When talking about the seven primary colors, most folks think of the seven colors that make up a rainbow. But the Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort – located in East China's Shanghai – also boasts seven vibrant colors. Let's explore Sheshan Resort and its seven colors together:
Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden
The Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden is a sprawling and diverse botanical oasis situated in Shanghai's Songjiang district. Renowned for its rich collection of plant species, themed gardens and picturesque landscapes, this garden offers visitors a serene retreat with the chance to explore ecosystems, conservatories and greenhouses.
One of the most iconic autumn sights in the Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden is the fiery red maple leaves, making the garden appear as if it's ablaze with vibrant red hues. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park
Located about 30 kilometers from downtown Shanghai in the Songjiang district, the Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park is often referred to as the "Root of Shanghai" and holds a wealth of archaeological treasures dating back to the Neolithic Age.
A breathtaking sunset at the Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Tianma Mountain Park
Tianma Mountain Park – located in the Sheshan Resort – is a culturally significant natural retreat. This park features ancient ginkgo trees that turn golden during autumn, serene lakes and lush forests, creating an idyllic atmosphere for relaxation and exploration.
An ancient ginkgo tree stands gracefully, blending seamlessly with the autumn landscape. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
East Sheshan Park
East Sheshan Park – along with West Sheshan Park – makes up the Sheshan National Forest Park. The park spans an area of 53.3 hectares and boasts well-maintained greenery, lush woods and thoughtfully arranged amenities – making it an ideal natural retreat for leisurely walks and hiking enthusiasts.
The lush green bamboo covers the slopes in East Sheshan Park, providing an inviting and cooling shade to escape the sun. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Shanghai Moon Lake Sculpture Park
Beneath the vast blue sky lies the Shanghai Moon Lake Sculpture Park. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
The park is surrounded by the scenic Sheshan Mountain, with Yuehu – or Moon Lake – at its center. In this beautiful natural setting, you can admire more than 70 sculptures that harmoniously blend art with nature.
Shimao Dream City
Shanghai Shimao Dream City is the first Smurfs theme park in the Asia-Pacific region. The Smurfs are fictional characters created by Belgian cartoonist Pierre Culliford. They are small, blue and human-like creatures who live in a village hidden in the forest. The theme park is said to offer a plethora of delightful experiences that will take you on a "blue-themed" adventure.
A family has a ball meeting lovable Smurfs at the entrance of Shimao Dream City. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Shanghai Happy Valley
Located in the central area of the Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort, Shanghai Happy Valley is a theme park that offers a diverse range of thrilling rides, captivating entertainment and family-friendly attractions.
The dazzling water light show illuminates Shanghai Happy Valley. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]