Ancient Ruins in Shanghai

Ancient Ruins in Shanghai, China

Shanghai Ancient Ruins

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  • Jo-Ann
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia15,996 contributions
    A THREE hours ride for us from Pudong. Almost 2 hours on metro. Line 1 to Jinjang Park Station. One hour busride on the Feng Mei line straight to Fengjing. Town is serene and beautiful. As the Zongzi Festival (rice dumplings) is just next week, the whole town was at work. Fun to watch. Get to try varieties of freshly made rice dumplings. They can vacuum pack the dumplings for you if like for takeaway. Lovely experience exploring the town and then... the long ride home!
    Written 6 June 2021
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  • xingming
    Bicton, Australia788 contributions
    Public holiday today (Dragon Boat Festival) yet the park was very quiet. Easy to get to on Subway Line 9 - the station is Zuibaichi Park. Allow 2-3 hours as the park occupies 5 hectares. Great bonsai specimens and glimpses of the original gate from the Song dynasty while the other buildings are Ming and Qing. Tickets 12Rmb.
    Written 10 June 2013
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  • Chris P
    Shanghai, China4,925 contributions
    There really is not much to see of the old city wall. A very short section and a glass covered section of the foundation. The coffee shop looks worth a visit
    Written 15 November 2020
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  • Jo-Ann
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia15,996 contributions
    Built during the Ming Dynasty for the ancient town of Chuansha. It was to protect the people of Chuansha from the invasion of the Japanese. The wall is not intact but some remains are still in place. Even though it is a small place, it is still interesting to walk up the wall and if you can read Chinese, there’s some history written on plaques. The scenery is pretty. Chuansha was supposedly the first town in Pudong so it is nice to learn its history.
    Written 4 March 2021
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  • James P
    Hsinchu, T'ai-wan, Taiwan142 contributions
    Huzhu pagoda is located on Tianmashan, about 10km west of Dongjing metro station (Shanghai line 9), and can be reached by bus 9 from the station. There is a 10RMB charge for access to the mountain.
    The pagoda leans at 6.5degrees (more than the Tower of Pisa).
    Written 10 May 2015
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