THINGS TO DO IN PUDONG, SHANGHAI
SHOP AND SIGHTSEE AT THE BEST ATTRACTIONS IN SHANGHAI
Spend your day shopping at nearby destinations like the Powerlong Plaza, which is within walking distance of the Radisson Blu Shanghai Pudong Jinqiao. For even more shopping options, hop on the metro to check out Life Hub @ Jinqiao, Thumb Plaza and Kerry Parkside. After conference sessions wrap for the day, you can enjoy fresh air and stroll through Yu Garden. If you’re traveling with kids, you’ll find plenty of things to do, too, including visiting the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and the new Shanghai Disney Resort.
- Powerlong Plaza (walking distance)
The Radisson Blu Shanghai Pudong Jinqiao is located on site at Powerlong Plaza, within walking distance of a supermarket, cinemas, upscale retailers and a variety of dining options.
- Life Hub @ Jinqiao (8 km)
This modern shopping center offers outdoor cafés, boutique shopping, and leisure activities like bowling and basketball.
Tel: +86 21 2023 3888
- Thumb Plaza (10.8 km)
A Carrefour supermarket anchors this shopping mall, popular with expatriates for its numerous family-friendly dining options.
- Kerry Parkside (13.2 km)
Head to this contemporary shopping complex for high-end retail outlets like New Balance, Kiehl’s and L’Occitane en Provence. The mall also boasts delicious on-site dining at spots like Pasta Bar and Pintxos.
Tel: +86 21 5033 8155
- Xintiandi (17.6 km)
Upscale shops, restaurants and entertainment venues line the streets of this car-free shopping district in downtown Shanghai.
- Shanghai Ocean Aquarium (5 km)
See fascinating creatures like the pot-bellied seahorse and the ocellate river stingray at this aquarium, known for its beautiful viewing tunnels.
Tel: +86 21 5877 9988
- Yu Garden (15.7 km)
Make a day of visiting these extraordinary gardens, famous as the home of the Exquisite Jade Rock. Relax as you enjoy peaceful views of the complex’s ponds, bridges and pavilions.
Tel: +86 21 6326 0830
- Shanghai Disneyland (17.9 km)
At Shanghai Disneyland, you can see sights like the Enchanted Storybook Castle, stroll down Mickey Avenue and exercise your imagination at Fantasyland. Don’t miss the Tron-themed roller coaster in Tomorrowland!
Tel: +86 21 3158 0000
- Oriental Pearl Tower (14.7 km)
Make plans to eat at the revolving restaurant or just enjoy the views at this 1,535-foot-tall structure, once the highest building in China.
Tel: +86 21 5879 1888
- The Bund (15.5 km)
Also known as Waitan, this waterfront area is Shanghai’s most famous attraction. Stroll along the Huangpu River as you enjoy views of modern skyscrapers and Art Deco architecture.
- People's Square (17.1 km)
Shanghai’s political hub, this public square was once a course for horse racing. Today, People’s Square is used for public parades and is home to the Shanghai Museum.
- Shanghai Museum (17.1 km)
This world-class museum features more than 120,000 pieces, including Ming Dynasty furniture, a “transparent” bronze mirror from the Han Dynasty and much more.
Tel: +86 21 6372 3500
Additional points of interest:
- Huaihai Road (18 km)
- Tianzifang (18.5 km)
- Jing'an Temple (20.1 km)