Peaceful park where you can walk around and see people playing chest. If you go early, you would be able to see the morning dances et workouts of the senior population of Shanghai.
Fuxing Park is beautiful with a variety of different things to see in order to experience Shanghai Culture. Luckily for you it's just across the street!
Take a nice walk after meal along the park. usually will take more than 30mins, busy during weekend afternoons. lovely. landscape, garden, and local people dancing singing - I love it!
Not to far, not to big and not too small, simply the best! My favorite park in Shanghai.
“rooftop terrace, different music played in two different rooms. live music. lady's night.”
“VUE Bar atop the Hyatt on the Bund is a great place to sip on some after work cocktails, or lounge after a long Sunday Brunch. With amazing views of the Bund, wood interior and jacuzzi on the outdoor ”
“Shanghai isn't known for having lovely pockets of nature but what you WILL find here and in other parks around China, are the elderly people dancing, practising calligraphy, playing cards and generally being merry. ”
“外滩（英文：The Bund；上海话拼音：nga thae），位于上海市黄浦区的黄浦江畔，即外黄浦滩，为中国历史文化街区。1844年（清道光廿四年）起，外滩这一带被划为英国租界，成为上海十里洋场的真实写照，也是旧上海租界区以及整个上海近代城市开始的起点。 The Bund (Shanghai Pinyin: Nga thae), located on the Huangpu River in Huangpu District, Shanghai, is a historical and cultural block of China. Since 1844, the Bund has been classified as a British Concession, a true portrait of Shanghai's Shili Yangchang, and the starting point of the old Shanghai Concession and the whole modern city of Shanghai. ”