In a hot and humid summer day, lying on the beach with a little breeze should be quite a pleasant experience. Let’s check out the urban beaches we can go for a relaxing day trip within Shanghai
Laomatou Sunshine Beach
This manmade beach is located in the south of the Bund, close to Waima Road. Within the city center, it is easily accessible and could be a good choice for those who couldn’t travel far. And it also offers splendid Bund views.
: Binjiang Terrace, Shiliupu Pier, Huangpu DistrictChinese Add
: RMB50 yuan with a glass of soft drinkHow to get there
: taxi to Waima Road
Located in Minxing District, It is more like a water amusement park that is worth spending a whole day in. It has the largest manmade beach in Shanghai and the biggest wave pool in Asia. Volleyball games on the sand, kid-friendly pools and rafting water slides, etc. make Dino Beach a favorite for families.
No. 78, Xinzhen Road, Minxing DistrictChinese Add
RMB120-200 yuanHow to get there
: Subway line 1 to Lianhua Road and take bus no. 753 to Xinzhen Road
Jinshan City Beach
This is also a manmade beach in suburban Jinshan District of Shanghai. Although it cannot be compared with those urban beaches in other corners of the world, it is still a pleasant place for a summer day trip. Travelers can swim, enjoy sunbath, catch crabs or simply stroll along the beach. There are also some events going on every year including a beach music festival.
: 5, Xincheng Road, Jinshan DistrictChinese Add
: Free till Aug. 31, 2014How to get there
: Subway line 1 to Lianhua Road and transfer to bus Lianshi Line to Fuchuan Road
Bihai Jinsha Water Park
It has one of the highest quality beaches in Shanghai. The white sand is shipped from Hainan province. The pools there are perfect for lying in the sun and facing the sea.
: No. 39, Haiou Road, Haiwan Tourist Zone, FengXian
: RMB40-60How to get there
: Subway line 8 to Shendu Road and take bus Haihang Line to Fengzhe Road Xinghai Station
Author: Zoe Posted on Aug 15, 2014 All Rights Reserved