Though a bit far from downtown, Gongqing Park is a wooded wonderland split into a north and south portion. The northern section is the much larger "Forest Park," with little roller coasters, rock climbing, go-karting, horseback riding, space for outdoor BBQs, and tons of beautiful green spaces, gardens and lakes. The southern Wanzhuyuan, across Nenjiang Lu, features a mini-lakefront water-town. You won't get bored. One tip -- get up early for this park. You'll want a full day, and they close at 4.30pm. The entrance fee is 15rmb and other activities cost between 15–30rmb. They open at 6am.
Located in northeast Shanghai, Jiahui Yangpu is the second branch operated by Jiahui Health. The clinic works collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital, aiming to provide convenient, professional and international medical services to both...
Bldg 9, Shanghai International Fashion Center,
2866 Yangshupu Lu,
near Neijiang Lu
This unique concept combines chocolate production, a tasting tour, a chocolate shop and a Viennese style cafe by Austrian "bean-to-bar" chocolate maker known for its organic and fair trade principles. They offer a wide range of chocolates, too,...
With a campus near Shanghai Library and a campus in Yangpu, GoEast Mandarin offers courses such as preparing for HSK exams, focus on characters, survival Chinese, spoken Chinese (to help you chat with friends), and business Chinese. Like most...
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