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Hired a cab for 100 cny per hour for 8 hours (hotel arranged this and it was really a Buick G8 minivan) and traveled to Shanghai Wildlife Safari and Flower Port. A great day. Here are some inside tips on Flower Port
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It was a long ride from the city by train and a few minutes ride by bus. There is an entrance fee of 100 yuan. We were welcomed by the sweet smell of flowers as we entered the park.. Its a destination for all ages....More
Good place to visit with kids. Many photo opp. Keep your camera and selfie sticks handy. Young kids - go with pram as require long walk. Foods and drinks are allowed inside so carry them. Super approachable by metro line 16 - last 3 km...More
It's worth visiting flower port, even for the high entrance ticket (100¥). Visited on A sunny day, all colours of tulips were glorious! It's a challenge to remember all tulip shades !! A very well maintained garden, feels like garden brought from Holland! Artificial mountain...More
A decent hour drive from the city, this is a must visit over the month it is open. Amazing landscape, lovely tulips in full bloom - this is a must-visit if you happen to be in the area during its brief period of operation. Pack...More
Getting there from downtown Shanghai was quite easy, take subway line 16 from Longyang Rd station to Dishui Lake (about 1hr journey) then connect with local bus no. 1078 which will take you right in front of the entrance/ticket office. I don't read nor speak...More
Millions of tulips and a really nice area. Only downside is the tulips are only in bloom from late March to late April. So the window of opportunity to visit is small. Definitely worth spending a day out there.