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Crowne Plaza Pudong Shanghai

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Tipps für die Umgebung

Tipps für die Umgebung

Unbedingt ansehen

A walk through the Jinqiao neighbourhood is a good way to see first-hand the impressive speed and extent of Shanghai's development. As you pass manicured lawns and stop for coffee at Starbucks, it's hard to imagine that it was farmland just 20 years ago.


Built as the bright red centrepiece of Expo 2010, the massive crown-shaped China Pavilion is a new, permanent feature of Shanghai's skyline. Inside you can trace China's rich history, while the structure itself exemplifies China's history in the making.


You can hop on Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong's complimentary shuttle bus for a comfortable ride to locations such as Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre, Yatai market and Jinqiao district. Ask our friendly Concierge for journey details.

Unbedingt tun

Keep your golf swing in shape with an hour or 2 at the Shanghai G-Kors driving range, just a 15-minute by taxi from Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong. Foreign and local coaches are on hand to help you fine-tune your swing and offer feedback on your technique.

Lassen Sie sich dies nicht entgehen

Putting your bargaining skills to the test at Yatai market, which lies on the hotel's shuttle bus route. You'll find a huge range of souvenirs, from Chinese tea sets and chopsticks to silk shawls and sportswear in this sprawling underground mall.



Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower

No. 1 Century Avenue, Shanghai, Pudong 200120

The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is located in Pudong Park in Lujiazui, surrounded by the Yangpu Bridge in the northeast and the Nanpu Bridge in the southwest, creates a picture of 'twin dragons playing with pearls'.

Shanghai Grand Theatre

190-200 Huangpi North Road, Shanghai, Puxi 200120

Shanghai Grand Theater is located on the west of the People's Square, the center of Shanghai. It is in concise and graceful geometrical shape as the crown-like white arc-shaped roof stretching to the blue sky.

The Bund

No.2 Zhongshan Road(E), Shanghai,

The Bund (Wai Tan) is one of the symbols of Shanghai. Located along the Huangpu River, the Bund shows off Shanghai’s outstanding foreign buildings, most of which were erected before 1937.

Xin Tian Di

No.181 Taicang Road, Shanghai,

Shanghai Xintiandi in Shanghai is an historical and cultural character of the city tourist attractions, it is unique Shikumen Shanghai-based urban construction, into a world-class restaurants, business, entertainment, culture, leisure walking Street.

Nanjing Pedestrian Street

Nanjing Road, Shanghai,

Nanjing Road is the main shopping street of Shangai and one of the world's busiest shopping streets. It is divided into two sections: the eastern section and the western section. It is known for its shopping centers, best restaurants and many tourists attactions.

Shanghai Century Park

no.666 mangmian road pudong district, Shanghai,

century park is the largest echo-city park with natural characteristics. it covers an area of 140.3 hectares and is designed by british luc company, which embodies the combination of eastern and western cultures, human and nature and with a feature of chinese gardens.

Tomson Shanghai Golf Club

No.1 Longdong Avenue, Shanghai,

Tomson Shanghai Pudong Glof Club which is a world-class 18 holes 72 par chanpionship golf club.It covers 1.4 million square meters of land including 7200 yard of fairways.

Chenghuang Miao Temple

fangbang middle road, Shanghai,

The Temple of the Town Deity is located south of Yuyuan Gardan. There used to be a temple to the local deity, whick the inhabitants believed would protect them, in every city. The city deities were frequently real persons to whom the town owed something. Today, an arts aand crafts store is in the temple.

Shanghai Wild Animal Park

No. 178 Nanliu, Shanghai, Nanhui

Shanghai wild Animal Park is the first national safari park in China built by the Shanghai Municipal Government and State Administration of Forestry .It covers 153 hectares and is 35 kilometers away from the city center. The zoo officially opened on November 18, 1995. The zoo houses and exhibits more than 200 animals species including the giant panda, golden snub-nosed monkey, South China tiger, and zebras, giraffes, antelope and white rhinoceros.