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JING'AN PARK

Though small and surrounded by buildings on all sides, Jing’an Park is a pleasant little park just a short walk away from URBN. Come for a relaxing post meal stroll or join in the genial locals for taichi lessons in the morning. The park also houses a recreation of a Chinese classical garden and a romantic Indonesian restaurant Bali Laguna, which overlooks a scenic pond.

SHANGHAI STADIUM ROCK CLIMBING CENTRE

The rock climbing centre at Shanghai Stadium is the largest indoor rock climbing centre in China and is considered one of the best nationwide. There are 8 main walls stretching up to 20 meters high, with 2 easy walls for amateurs and other walls of varying levels of difficulty for more seasoned climbers. It also features a large bouldering area with many routes, ensuring hours of good, fun workout.

TOMSON SHANGHAI PUDONG GOLF CLUB

Situated in Pudong, Tomson is the only golf resort in Shanghai’s urban centre. Also an 18-hole, par-72 golf course; Tomson was designed by Japanese architect Shunsuke Kato, hence exuding a distinctively Japanese design sensibility. The tree-lined golf course boasts imported beautiful camphor and maple trees and is surrounded by luxurious villas. Tomson is home to the BMW Asian Open.

SHESHAN GOLF CLUB

Consistently ranked as one of the best golf course in Asia, Sheshan is an18-hole, par-72 golf course designed by internationally renowned golf course designers Nelson & Haworth. The golf course features thousand-year old gingko trees, an ancient canal and quarry, undulating fairways and a Tuscan villa style clubhouse. Sheshan is one of Shanghai’s most exclusive golfing experiences and also host of the annual WGC-HSBC Champions.

PLAYA MAYA WATER PARK

Playa Maya is a new and expansive water theme park in Sheshan with 40 water rides and over 150,000 metres of water areas, guaranteeing a fun day out with family or friends. Some other highlights include the world’s largest wave machine, a 17.6 meters tall water slide, and a water roller coaster. There is no better way to cool off during Shanghai’s harsh summers than a day out at Playa Maya.