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What are the wetland parks worth visiting in Shanghai

Release Time | 2020-02-19

What are the wetland parks worth visiting in Shanghai

Staying between this bustling high-rise building in Shanghai all day, I feel that I have no spirit. Take a weekend to visit these wetland parks, and enjoy the cool breeze while enjoying the geological features of the wetlands such as tidal ditch and sand waves And ecological landscape, feel the greatness of nature. So which wetland parks are worth visiting in Shanghai? Come close to nature and relax yourself.

Nanhuizui Guanhai Park

Nanhuizui Guanhai Park is located in the southeast of Shanghai. The iconic sculpture of the entire park is "Sinan fish" made of stainless steel pipes. Leaning on the mouth of Nanhui, overlooking the connection between the port and the bridge, the towering and majestic, near the seagulls flying, fishing sails a little. On summer nights, you can feel the coolness when the sea is facing the wind. You can also look up at the vast starry sky, and the morning sunrise is quite spectacular.
Address: Binhai Tourist Resort, Pudong New Area

Expo Houtan Wetland Park

After the World Expo Houtan Wetland Park, there is no bustling crowd at the World Expo, but it is even quieter. The park is very chic. It stretches along the Huangpu River to the Expo Performance Center. The lawns, wetlands, sculptures and other layouts are clear and patchy. Large areas of thatch and reeds present a natural rural scenery. Tired of walking, you can sit down and rest at any time, the wind blowing across your clothes, driving away the heat.
Address: 2200 World Expo Avenue, Pudong New District

Xisha Wetland Park

The Xisha Wetland Park is located at the southwestern tip of Chongming Island, and is currently the only natural wetland in Shanghai with natural tidal phenomena and a shoal of mudflats. This is also the site of the Chongming Island National Geopark Monument. It is designed in the shape of the Arabic numeral "17", which means that there are 17 types of typical geological relics in two categories. Walk along the 6,800-meter-long wooden trestle bridge, while enjoying the cool breeze, while enjoying the geological landforms and ecological landscapes of the wetlands, such as tidal ditch and sand waves, and feel the greatness of nature.
Address: 588 Lvhu Village, Lvhua Town, Chongming District

Cannon Taiwan Wetland Forest Park

Paotai Wetland Forest Park is backed by mountains and water. It faces the Yangtze River, Huangpu River in the east, and Mount Fortress in the west. The southwest corner is the famous Wusongkou. During the Qing dynasty, it built the naval fortress, so it was named "Taiwan." The tidal flat wetland of the park is about 50 hectares, with a length of 2 kilometers along the river bank. It is divided into five major areas, such as a forest recreation area, a valley ecological corridor area, a desert landscape area, and a waterfront wetland landscape area. Blow through and drive away the heat.
Address: No. 206 Tanghou Road, Baoshan District

Hengsha Island

The petite Hengsha Island is located at the easternmost end of the Yangtze River estuary. It has the idyllic style that urban people have long missed. Green farmland, lush orchards, and green bamboo cottages surrounded by red tiles and white walls. Flocks of ducks are in the pond. Playing leisurely, a stream of cooking smoke not far away, with a seductive aroma of farm food. Coming to Hengsha Island is like walking into a delicate and elegant Chinese painting. It is especially different to take a summer break and enjoy the summer breeze.
Address: Hengsha Island Scenic Area, Chongming District

Binjiang Forest Park

Binjiang Forest Park is located at the northernmost end of Pudong New Area, where the Huangpu River, the Yangtze River and the East China Sea converge, presenting the only geographical landscape of "three waters flowing concurrently" in Shanghai. This is also the gateway to Shanghai from the waterway. The shoreline of the riverside in the park is 2 kilometers long. The scenery of Wusongkou is clear. The Baoshan Cannon Mountain and the lighthouse opposite the Pujiang River are clearly visible. When the weather is fine, you can see Changxing Island and Hengsha Island at the mouth of the Yangtze River. Walking along the river embankment, the breeze feels comfortable.
Address: No. 3, Lingqiao High Beach, Gaoqiao Town, Pudong New District

Dongtan Wetland Park

Chongming Dongtan Wetland Park is far from the urban area and is a shelter for countless birds and wild alligators. In the setting sun, listening to the birdsong, watching the reed flowers, walking around the park, life seems to be slowing down. In winter, this is a great bird watching spot. Thousands of black ducks, silver gulls, and black-faced spoonbills forage in reed shoals. In summer, this is a summer resort for urban residents. You can enjoy cycling in the countryside, tents, barbecues, and the coolness of the countryside.
Address: Dongwang Road, Dongtan, Chongming District

Jiangwan Wetland Park

Jiangwan Wetland Park is the green lung in the city. There are not many tourists here, so it seems very quiet. Visitors can bring a tent, relax here, fly a kite on the lawn, catch small fish in the water, and experience a rare leisure. The park has an extreme U platform and a U pool with a depth of 5 meters. Besides being small and fresh, this park has also become a paradise for extreme sports enthusiasts.
Address: 880 Yinhang Road, Yangpu District

Shanghai Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Park

Formerly known as Linjiang Park, it was named because of its proximity to the Yangtze River, and was later renamed Shanghai Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Park. It contains Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial, Memorial Square, and sculptures. Across the road, across the east gate of the park is Baoshan Riverside Park. This is a riverside citizen leisure park built along the bank of the Yangtze River. It is not very big, but has green grass and river views, so it can still attract a lot of young people. Groups set up tents in the grass, enjoyed picnics, and kite flying.
Address: No. 1 Youyi Road, Baoshan District

Dianshan lake

Dianshan Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in Shanghai, covering an area of 62 square kilometers, and is the source of Shanghai's mother river, the Huangpu River. There are many attractions around Dianshan Lake, as well as sports venues such as water sports fields, yacht clubs, golf courses. Walking along the Dianshan Lake Lake Trail, looking at the beautiful lake view, blowing the breeze by the lake, you can feel pleasure both physically and mentally.

Address: Dianshan Lake Scenic Area, Qingpu District