Radisson Blu Forest Manor Shanghai Hongqiao

THINGS TO DO NEAR OUR SHANGHAI HOTEL


SHANGHAI’S MOST POPULAR ATTRACTIONS

Shanghai offers many must-see architectural wonders and entertainment venues. The Radisson Blu places you close to stunning business venues like the Shanghai World Financial Center, family-friendly spots like Shanghai Disneyland® and transportation hubs like Hongqiao International Airport.

Family fun:

  • The HUB - 3 km
    Designed to be the cultural center of Hongqiao, the HUB is home to upmarket shops, a variety of restaurants, an IMAX theater, corporate spaces, and the elegant Performance and Exhibition Center.
  • Shanghai Disneyland® - 50 km
    Come with your friends and family to Shanghai Disneyland to spend a happy time with Mickey and enjoy the magic world.

Business and finance:

  • National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC) - 1.5 km
    Home to more than 500,000 square meters of indoor and outdoor exhibition space, the NECC is one of the world’s largest event facilities.
    Tel: +86 21 6270 0066
  • Shanghai World Financial Center - 25 km
    A feat of modern architecture, this towering structure is home to a host of retail establishments, financial centers and business headquarters.  
    Tel: +86 21 3867 2008

Cultural sites:

  • Qibao Ancient Town - 13.5 km
    You can easily find shadow plays and cricket fights, the most popular folk activities among the ancient Chinese, in this conveniently located ancient town in the center of Minhang District.
  • Xin Tian Di - 26 km
    This urban attraction holds the historical and cultural legacies of Shanghai, allowing you to explore international galleries, bars and stylish cafes found in the antique walls of old Shanghai housing. Visitors will get a taste of both the 1920s and the modern lifestyle of the 21st century.
  • The Bund (Wai Tan) - 27 km
    Bright lights and historical architecture go hand in hand in Shanghai’s most iconic district. Situated along the Huangpu River, The Bund is known for its Neo-Classical and Art Deco buildings.
  • Oriental Pearl Tower - 29 km
    Once the highest building in China, this structure towers more than 467 meters (1,535 feet) high.
  • Zhu Jia Jiao - 36 km
    More than 1,700 years old, this ancient city is called a “water town” because of its many canals and waterways that intersect local rivers. Take a peaceful stroll across a few of the city’s 36 stone bridges.

Outdoor activities:

  • Shanghai Hongqiao Golf Club - 17 km
    Designed by the famous American golf-course group Golfplan, this 33-par course features nine challenging holes and beautiful views that include more than 30,000 trees. Because of its well-lit fairways, this course has become one of Shanghai’s most popular for golfing day and night.
  • Shanghai Audi International Circuit - 22 km
    Built in 2004 for the country’s first Formula One race, this Jiading District track now hosts the annual Chinese Grand Prix.
  • Yu Garden - 25 km
    More than five acres of gardens form an oasis in the middle of Shanghai, just next door to the City God Temple. See Ming Dynasty architecture, ponds, pavilions and the Exquisite Jade Rock.