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...within Shanghai city borders. The park was opened in 2007, but looks still well maintained. Beside the main road there are a lot of small paths without any other visitors. You can small the fresh air, listen births‘ songs, or walk on the Yangtze shore...More
I visited during an assessment of flood protection facilities and was pleasantly surprised. The park is a beautiful network of woodland walkways, wetlands, ponds and shoreline boardwalk. Birds abound. The Yangtze Estuary Science Museum was an excellent end to our walk. The displays were well...More
Getting there: Line 3 to Shuichen Road, exit 1. you have two options. It is about 2km by foot, following Shuichen Road East (when it goes around to the left, follow and turn right then next right then next left to rejoin Shuichen. Take first...More
For many first time visitors to Shanghai this park may not be at the top of the list of things to do or see. But if you live here or have visited Shanghai before and seen all the sights I strongly recommend visiting the Paotaiwan...More