People's Square Metro Stn.
1$ - Single ticket - $0.58
For your convenience, we've developed this route from the city center (subway station - People's square (Line2). It takes 6 stops by subway from this station to the station Shanghai Science (Line2).
7$ - Espresso coffee - $5, Croissant - $2
It's an ultra-modern coffee-house, where you can find the extremely good coffee of their own roast. There are also delicious pastries and desserts (try their eclairs or croissants).
Shanghai Science & Technology Museum
9$ - Adult tickets - $8.75. Closed on Mondays
You could easily get stuck there for a whole day, because Shanghai Science and Technology Museum covers an area of 68,000 square meters and an exhibition space of 65,500 square meters. Museum currently has opened 14 thematic exhibition halls to the public. It impresses and captivates. It's just a must-see in Shanghai.
Century Park is the largest park in the city of Shanghai. Century Park focuses on lawns, woods, and lakes. The park is also known as "Holiday Park" because there are many activities. You can feed pigeons, go fishing, row a boat, ride a bicycle, or have fun in the green labyrinth.
Shanghai Sci. & Tech. Museum Metro Stn.
1$ - Single ticket - $0.44
Let's continue the route. From this already familiar stop (Shanghai Sci. & Tech. Museum Metro Stn.), go to the "Lujiazui". It takes 4 stops by subway (Line 2).
4$ - Akamaru tamago (special soup with soft-boiled egg) - $4.37
Ippudo is a restaurant of ramen noodles. Ramen is a combination of Japanese and Chinese cuisine. Wheat noodles are served in a meat or (occasionally) fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso. Try the Akamaru tamago (special noodle soup with soft-boiled egg).
Lujiazui Central Green Space
Lujiazui Central Green Space is exactly the place, which has to be visited. This is just a green area, but you can notice an interesting combination of city's movement and nature calmness.
Pudong Riverside Promenade
It is a long nice embankment. It's recommended to come and enjoy the sunset and wait for the lights go down the river.
Skip all the shops and go to the top floor, and then go to the roof. There are amazing views on Shanghai. The most important thing is that visiting the roof is free and without crowds of tourists.