Surprisingly well run and managed theme park about an hour out of downtown Shanghai. It's huge and features four large roller coasters. On the weekends in the summer, expect long lines for the best rides, but there's plenty to see and do, even if you don't want to... Read more
Tourists wanting to get outside the city can make the 22 mile trip to the Shanghai Wild Animal Park, Southwest of the Airport off the S32 Highway. The park features over 200 species and two different options for viewing them. Visitors can walk through the exhibits... Read more
Massive (373 hectare) park/garden/theme park nearly halfway to Suzhou, at the very end of Line 17, right next to Diantian Lake. The south gate is about two minutes from the station. Apart from the odd bits of nonsense aesthetic drizzled around, it's got your standard... Read more
A aquarium/waterpark/resort located at the end of Line, Haichang Ocean Park is Shanghai's answer to SeaWorld. Opened in 2018, it's got five distinct areas, featuring fish and aquatic mammals, from polar bears, penguins and whale sharks to their Russian-born orcas. It... Read more
DB JUMP is the biggest trampoline park in Shanghai, covering an area of over 10,000 sqm. It has over forty facilities, including a huge free jumping area, a professional jump area, trampoline dodgeball, ninja obstacle courses, climbing walls, bull-fighting machinery,... Read more
The largest amusement park near to downtown Shanghai, this place boasts four roller coasters, two of which are big, loop-the-loop affairs, plus a bunch of water rides, a ghost train, and a huge ferris wheel. In the week it's pretty quiet except for some young... Read more
Quite excellent VR facility in Xujiahui. Good location with HTC Vive Pro equipment and helpful English-speaking staff. Prices aren't too bad either - 119rmb for an hour perusing their wide range of games. This location has 4 rooms with two headsets in each, while... Read more
A virtual reality arcade on the 5th floor of Joy City. MacHouse has a passable VR experience although for the price it is trumped by some of the other options near Wujiaochang (big VR area in Yangpu). It costs 388rmb for two people to play 4 games, which will take... Read more
Located in the D3 area of New Yangwan Science Park, Double jump Trampoline Park covers an area of more than 1800 square meters, including a regular trampoline area, trampoline basketball area, bubble football area, children's building blocks castle area, 10-meter... Read more
A state-of-the-art virtual reality facility near Wujiaochang. Joy's VR stands out in an area heavy in competition due to them having PlayStation, HTC Vive Pro and Oculus VR equipment all on site. This, combined with around 50 different games make it a contender for... Read more
Reasonably priced VR arcade in the basement of the mall at the end of Daxue Lu up near Wujiaochang. Big area for VR and this one is a respectable option. The gaming arena is elaborately decorated in a prison theme which is great for when you are playing Dead Prison... Read more
Dream Dog is a chain of VR facilities with 3 locations around town. This one near People's Square is pretty small - only space for two people to play together at one time. Their equipment is HTC Vive, an hour here will cost just under 100rmb. Location and a slightly... Read more
Theme park based around the wildly popular online MMPRPGs World of Warcraft and Starcraft. It's about an house outside Shanghai. Take a train or bus to Chang Zhou. Then it's 200rmb to get in with all the rides (some rollercoasters, a lot of "theater experiences") all... Read more
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