Parks

Minhang Sports Park

Minhang Sports Park is 60,600 square meters in size and has a canopied corridor, large-scale bonsais, a monkey enclosure, lotus pond, mushroom pavilions, and large-scale rockeries, with each area separated by large trees, plants which flower in different seasons, and hedgerows of varying heights. The western section of the park is the activity area, while the eastern side is home to hills, dense woodland, grassy areas, flower-lined footpaths, small brooks, and fish ponds. In the north east of the park is a flower arrangement 3300 square meters in size filled with China roses of different colors. The monkey enclosure is located in the east of the park. If you climb the platform you can see the monkeys playing around inside. The activity area includes activities for children such as bumper cars, a miniature train, electric cars, a ball pit, rocking horses, horse drawn carriages, and race cars.

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Gucun Park

Gucun Park is a large-scale urban forest park which combines ecological protection, sightseeing, leisure and relaxation, culture and entertainment, and tourism in one,

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Yangpu Park

Construction on Yangpu Park began in early 1957 and the park opened on January 24, 1958. The land was originally a small village with farmland, ponds and residential buildings.12.47 hectares of land was converted into the park at first, and this was later enlarged five times to 22 hectares.

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Gongqing National Forest Park

Gongqing Forest Park was made a National Forest Park in January 2006 by the State Forestry Administration and its name was officially changed to Shanghai Gongqing National Forest Park. The park is 131 hectares in size, of which 124.7 is open to the public. The majority of the park’s scenery focusses on woodland with over 200 varieties and over 300,000 individual trees in total. The park is separated into northern and southern sections. Aside from taking in the natural beauty, visitors can go horse rising, have a BBQ, and fish in the park, making it a great vacation spot.

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Huangxing Park

Huangxing Park is located at the southern end of the municipal sub-center on either side of East Guoshun Road, and occupies an area of 624,000 square meters. The park was designed with the idea of creating an urban forest in mind. It emulates natural scenery and focusses on plant landscaping to create a natural looking urban recreational green space. The park is home to over 180 species of plants. The scenic spot is built around the 87,000 square meter Huansha Lake which is surrounded by gentle slopes and hills as well as platforms and open square spaces.

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Quyang Park

Quyang Park is a comprehensive park 6.47 hectares in size which focusses on sports facilities. It was opened to the public in December 1997. It has four sections in total: The first is a flower bed area. Near the entrance is a European style flower bed arrangement with accompanying stone pillars and a central fountain. There are also a number of powerful and beautiful sports related statures dotted amongst the arrangement. The second area is for kart racing which offers an exciting and thrilling ride in Japanese imported race karts; a sport which has taken the world by storm. The third area is the exercise area. This section has an international size tennis court, boat rental, a children's play area, pool, and ping-pong etc. The final area is the quite relaxation zone which is centered around the rockeries and waterscape. There are three scenic spots in this area: Dockyard in Spring, Moonlight Bridge, and Silver Waterfall. The parks buildings, pathways, and plants and flowers have all been beautifully and thoughtfully arranged.

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Heping Park

Construction on Heping Park began in 1958. It is a comprehensive park based on the beauty of China's natural landscape scenes. The park also has a number of classical style flower halls, stone houseboats, and waterside pavilions from which to enjoy the scenery from. The hills, water, buildings and plants have all been carefully placed to play off one another to create a beautiful and relaxing environment.

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Lu Xun Park

Shanghai Lu Xun Park, formerly Hongkou Park, is 286,300 square meters in size. It is one of Shanghai's mainly commemorative parks and China's first sports park. The park is home to the national cultural relic protection site, Lu Xun's Tomb, Shanghai Lu Xun Museum, and Yoon Bong-gil's memorial which includes a pavilion and monument stone. The park has rockeries, water, and a waterfall. In between the hills and water are bridges and embankments from which you can enjoy the scenery. The park has a very British feel to its design.

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Daning Lingshi Park

Construction on Daning Lingshi Park began in early 2002 and began trial operation on May 1 the same year. In April 2004, Guanzhong Park was incorporated into Daning Lingshi Park. It is the largest park in Puxi, a AAAA rated site, and one of Shanghai’s top 10 beauty spots. What attracts most people is the huge 19 meter tall man-made hill in the north of the park. There is a 4 kilometer long, 6 meter wide path which circumnavigates the park. There is also a 4 meter deep lake. The Pengyuepu River, a tributary of the Huangpu River, traverses the park north to south and splits the park into three sections, each with a different topography and style. The theme of the eastern section is water and includes a waterscape viewing embankment, a lake and mountain scenic spot, and a wetland scenic spot. The 70,000 square meter man-made lake has a man-made beach over 3000 square meters in size. The central area is marsh area, and the western area is the forest and European garden section.

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Pengpu Park

Construction on Pengpu Park began in March 1983 and the park opened to the public on December 28 1984. It has a layout which imitates nature and is divided into an inner park and outer park. The outer section is more open and features rockeries. The inner section is full of twists and turns on the path, with pavilions, corridors, trellises, bamboo groves and trees. To the east of the main entrance is a landscape wall 16 meters long. It runs north to south then turns and stretches west for 2 meters and is 3.6 meters tall. It has a yellow mosaic pattern and rectangular windows throughout it. The wall connects with a Chinese wisteria trellis to the west. It has four columns connected with a trellis covered in two Chinese wisteria plants. The north and south sides of the trellis are lined with southern magnolia, osmanthus, Chinese flowering crabapple, gardenia jasminoides, rhododendron, podocarpus macrophyllus, Chinese privet, hypericum, sabina chinensis, and bambusa multiplex.

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