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Shanghai Botanical Garden, Shanghai

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The winner of numerous international prizes, Shanghai Botanical Garden boasts over 3,500 different species of flowers and plants, including some unique local types. A visit to this garden allows you to both enjoy colorful views, and learn interesting information about the plants. Pay attention to the penjing garden and its miniature exhibits of tiny roses, magnolias, and many pot-grown trees. Using our world travel planner, Shanghai attractions like Shanghai Botanical Garden can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Too crowded and dirty, not worth 15RMB , Better go to Century Park which only cost 10RMB . They only give more focus on the entrance part of the park, the other part dont have good maintenance.  more »
  • For a day trip or picnic with the family, it's an okay place to go. The 3 greenhouses cost about 30 rmb/person, kids free, and to get in to park at arrival, it's another 10 rmb. What you CAN do is go ...  more »
  • I'm me ask about senior citizen friends. It seems from a whopping 80-year-old. I'm tagging with the trees naturally could not read. When you look at the scientific name it works the best. Also in the Park serving as a souvenir shop. This is a good place to wander around.
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  • Awesome during summer. Great place for photos and to hang out. Recommended to visit during work days when there are less people around. However, if you are far don't come here only to visit this place.
  • Very crowded and poorly maintained. They have a nice Bonsai collection but definitely not worth the trip down. There are much better parks in Shanghai
  • Badly maintained, falls in ruin slowly. On the bright side, very little people walking there, so if you look for place to rest, that's the one.
  • Beautiful place and extremely large. Conservation rooms are great. Don't go in winter.
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