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Gongqing Forest Park, Shanghai

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Gongqing Forest Park is the second-largest park in the city of Shanghai. It is located in the Yangpu District in the north section of the city. To reach the park you can take line 8 on the metro to Shiguang Road. From the metro station the park is a less than 1 km; walk or take a very short taxi ride to it. Being further out the park is somewhat less crowded than Century Park, the largest park of the city.
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  • Here is your typical Chinese combination of arboretum/botanical garden and amusement park. You can get your horticultural experience as well as playing paintball, roller coaster rides, horse riding, a...  more »
  • A great place to relax. In the year 1986, the then Mayor of Shanghai and the future General Secretary Jiang Zemin planted a couple of trees, after which the place was turned into a park by opening it to the public. The Park is very picturesque, it stretches along the banks of the Huangpu River. There are rides, specially equipped places for barbecue, lakes, stables. In General, the location is excellent, the truth is not close, on the outskirts of the city. 
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  • We visited this park on weekend, and we spend roughly 1 hour to get to this park from the place we stayed. Paid RMB 30 for both of us, and we head straight to the park with excitement. It was a crowde...  more »