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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.
Go outdoor dancing with the old aunties, check out the bird men and their cute little cages of singing birds or my favourite are the tree rubber exercise enthusiasts but you have to get up early to catch them. Enjoy a coffee at the Rose Garden Cafe and watch locals doing laps of the park.
Fuxing Park med Airbnb-opplevelser
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