Zuibaichi Park

Zuibaichi is one of the famous classical gardens in Southern China and a popular tourist attraction in Shanghai. Its predecessor dates back over 900 years. The park covers an area of just over 5 hectares and is home to ancient trees, pavilions, and historic sites.

The park is home to a number of pavilions and halls including Simian Pavilion, Letian Pavilion, Yifang, Baocheng Pavilion, and Chishangcao Hall, as well as the Outstanding Scholars Stone Carvings, Historic Artistic Stone Steele Corridor, the "10 Deer 9 Looking Back" stone carving, original Ode to the Red Cliff stone inscription, and the Nan De Hu Tu stone inscription. There are also 300-400 year old gingko and camphor trees, and over a century old peonies.

  • 64 South Renmin Road, Songjiang District
  • 021-57814763
  • Metro Line 9 to Zuibaichi, Bus routes: Husong Line, Songmei Line

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