Clubs for parents and fun, family-friendly activities!
Neoroll's Glamping at Haiwan Park has 27 huge tents permanently set up for a very extra camping experience. Each 45m² tent has a bedroom with with either a twin or king-sized bed and an en-suite bathroom. Gone are the days of waking up in a tent with your head in a pool of water. Maximum capacity for each tent is four people (two adults and two kids under 12).
A self sustainable farm covering 43 acres with a piggery (a couple thousand pigs), and farm tours where you can pick your own vegetables. They also have done-up Mongolian yurts to stay in overnight.
Craft Studio is dedicated to all things handicrafty. Friendly staff and very quick responses from official WeChat account. Located in Xuhui District, they offer classes and crafty parties for kids and adults. Holiday camps and sewing classes are offered as well.
Small theatre catered towards performances for kids aged 2-12. They also offer intensive and innovative workshops and summer camps.
Pippa Studio offers extra-curricular workshops addressed to kids from 5 to 13 years-old, in which we develop curiosity, creativity, critical thinking and decision-making through the kids’ passion for fashion. Each workshop is 8-weeks length and its content is based on a famous designer or brand and inspired in a theme. Both elements lead to unique aesthetics which boost the creativity of the kids.
CieCAS is a dual education provider focusing on food and beverage professional development. They offer classes for professionals and for food and beverage lovers (semi-professionals). In addition, they provide specialized classes on restaurant entrepreneurship, modern culinary concepts, barista, wine, food products such as cheese as well as mixology.
Shanghai Mamas is a large online social support group made up of international families living in Shanghai. Their group of 5,000 members has been providing a safe environment where parents can ask questions, provide emotional support, swap/sell baby products and meet new friends since 2006. You can find an event calendar, articles, WeChat groups and other information on their official website. The only requirement to join is that at least one parent holds non-Chinese citizenship, or very strong links to the international community. It is a non-profit group.
At CodeAcademy123, they enable children to impact their digital world by understanding computer science and programming. Languages taught are ScratchJr (for kids aged 4 to 6), Scratch (for kids aged 7 to 12) and Python (for kids aged 9 to 14). Maximum number of students is six. All sessions are in English.