Fuxing Park

Fuxing Park

Built by the French in 1909, Fuxing Park is probably Shanghai’s most famous park, and for good reason. Spanning an entire city block this family-friendly park has traditional French landscaping, including a beautiful rose garden and ivy-covered trellises. The main draw is the spacious central lawn that attracts everyone—local, foreign, young, old- for picnics, games, and kite flying.

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