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Changfeng Park, Shanghai

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Changfeng Park is a landscaped park in the west of Shanghai, China. The size of the park is 364,000 square meters. It includes a large lake in the centre of the park. There are various facilities including a Sea Life aquarium and boating on the lake.LocationThe park is located in the Putuo District. To the east is East China Normal University. Global Harbor, a large shopping mall, is northeast of the park. The park features an artificial lake, Yin Chu Lake ("silver hoe lake"), and a hill, Tie Bi Shan ("mount of iron arms").HistoryThe first phase of constructing the park started on 4 April 1957 and the second phase started in July 1958. The park was opened on Chinese National Day (1 October) in 1959. Initially the park was called Huxi Park ("western Shanghai park") and then Biluohu Park ("green lake park") when it was partly opened on 1 July 1958. On 29 September 1959, the deputy secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee, Wei Wenbo, changed its name to Changfeng Park ("wind park").Changfeng Ocean World (Sea Life Shanghai)Changfeng Ocean World, also known as Sea Life Shanghai is the main attraction within Changfeng Park. It opened in 1999 with an area of 10,000 square meters. It showcases more than 10,000 marine creatures of over 300 different varieties. It is China's first marine aquarium, and Shanghai's first large-scale world-class aquarium. There are more than 1,500 species of marine life on display, and it is one of Shanghai's youth science education bases. The main building is located 13 metres below Yin Chu Lake. The aquarium was purchased by Merlin Entertainments in 2012.
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  • A lot of chinese families go here in the weekend and stay there whole day. Some people sing or make music spontaneously. You can take a boat ride around the park as people do in Amsterdam, but unfortu...  more »
  • The park has a great dolphins show with great trainers . The show lasts 30 minutes . Also there is a great aquarium with tons of sea lives , a great tunnel where U can see sharks swimming above U . A ...  more »
  • This park is perhaps not that popular among foreigners. Lot of local families and elderly do visit typically. Park entrance is free, but you need to pay extra e.g. for boats and fishing. Park does hav...  more »
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  • To the power of the sun father for two consecutive weeks to open the sun low energy finally in the second weekend to take me to row the boat was comfortable to a good sunshine Boating 60 yuan an hour deposit 100 line up half an hour a total of three terminals plus a cruise terminal pier No. 2 looks like a special provision of small yellow duck boat weather is too good Park people naturally burst Remember the time to look like a child is not a spicy thing, the breath of spring has been feeling the beautiful flowers have blooming the park there is a large green space where the tents occupied now will enjoy As well as the depths of the woods of the uncle who sat in the stone chair on the landlord side of the crowd is also more than the big people are also excited Haha There is a snack angle like a long wind park snack street with crispy chicken stinky tofu meat dog lobster shrimp slices a child eating barley sugar The overall evaluation of the lake is very large garden is very clean next time to take tents in addition to the playground facilities exit opposite the campus is the feelings of the campus is also good days can be stroll
  • Being a European citizen I found it very interesting to take a run in this park during the weekend. It's interesting to see how the locals spend a lot of weekend time in the park. Kids are playing, adults walk the trails and some people fishing. Also, it is a nice park. I can really recommend a visit here!
  • This park is lovely. It's clean and green. Lots of nooks, corners and trails to explore. It's a great recreational space for everyone living in the surrounding area.
  • Small aquarium here.
  • 門票免費,比較人性化。公園花草樹木很多,打理得很好,綠樹成蔭,繁花似錦,走在小徑,跨過小橋,看著人工湖面倒影的白雲和船影,心境也特別舒暢。 早上,附件等居民都來鍛煉身體,男的比較少,大媽比較多,充滿生活氣息。