City Attractions

  • Yuyuan Garden
    • The garden is located in the center of the Old City next to the Chenghuang Miao area in Shanghai, China, is considered one of the most lavish and finest Shanghai, Chinese gardens in the region. The garden is accessible from the nearby Yuyuan Garden Station on the Shanghai Metro line 10.
  • HongQiao Airport
    • Before Pudong, this was Shanghai’s main airport. It remains China’s fifth busiest. It still has international flights, to Japan and Korea and there are plans for expansion.
  • Pudong International Airport
    • The airport is organised around two main passenger terminals, flanked on both sides by three parallel runways. Current airport masterplans call for the building of a third passenger terminal, a satellite terminal and two additional runways by 2015. A station for the Shanghai Maglev Train is sited between the passenger teminals, providing the world’s first commercial high-speed maglev service over 32 kms to downtown Pudong in 7 minutes and 20 seconds.
  • Yew Chung Shanghai Int’l School
    • The first international school to be recognized by the Chinese government in 1993, it now has three campuses in Shanghai. Its educational philosophy is to unite the best elements of both Eastern and Western traditions. To that end, it has a Co-principal structure; one Western and one Chinese working side by side.
  • Rainbow Bridge International School
    • Rainbow Bridge International School is for pre-school children. It opened in 1997. Currently it has eighteen pre-school classes, five kindergarten classes, and seven elementary classes. There are 350 students from thirty one countries.
  • Carrefour – Xietu Road, Xuhui District
    • This is one of 7 Carrefours in Shanghai. The French commodities giant offers an extensive range of imported Western groceries, fresh fruits, vegetables, sporting goods, clothing, shoes, music, electronic items, and books. Open daily 8am to 10pm.