As the winter break for students fast approaches, kids are eagerly planning a great time – and in particular they're eyeing the thrilling attractions of the Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort, located in the Songjiang district of East China's Shanghai.
The resort has organized a series of winter activities that promise a fantastic array of fun and excitement. Here are some of the highlights:
Shanghai Happy Valley
Nestling in the Sheshan National Tourist Resort is Shanghai Happy Valley, China's first chain brand of theme parks and a national grade-AAAA tourist attraction. This sprawling theme park covers an area of 650,000 square meters and boasts seven distinct theme areas, offering over 30 unforgettable experiences.
Families can enjoy the popular Ocean Adventure hanging roller coaster and the cutting-edge 6D virtual roller coaster, dubbed the Ocean Star. Additionally, the park hosts world-class performances such as the nighttime spectacular Lake of Illusions and the original magic show called the Magic Treasure Chest, ensuring non-stop fun for everyone.
Visitors get to experience the excitement of the giant swing at Shanghai Happy Valley. [Photo/WeChat account: sheshanlvyoutopnews]
Don't miss the exclusive discounts which opened on Dec 22 and which run to March 31:
15th Anniversary Ticket: 150 yuan ($20.9) per person
Afternoon Ticket: 99 yuan per person
Couple's Ticket: 299 yuan per couple
Pancoat Park – a huge outdoor parent-child amusement park – is located in the Shanghai Yuehu Sculpture Park. It's a real haven for families with children aged 3-12. Boasting over 30 themed rides and more than 100 thrilling activities, the park is divided into six zones, each featuring must-try attractions.
Embrace the holiday spirit with Pancoat Park's winter specials from Jan 5 to Feb 29:
Single Afternoon Ticket: 49.9 yuan per person
Combined Ticket (Pancoat Park + Shanghai Yuehu Sculpture Park): 59.9 yuan per person
Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park
For history buffs, Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park is a must-see place in Shanghai. This archaeological site dates back to the Neolithic era and it's been designated as a key national cultural relic protection unit.
The park features various themed exhibition halls, providing a comprehensive understanding of the local Guangfulin culture. Visitors can explore the rich history of the region while enjoying traditional Chinese aesthetics presented in both the architecture and content of the exhibits.
This winter, Guangfulin Cultural Relics Park presents the Guangfulin Winter Camp, which runs to Feb 9, offering folks an immersive experience in archaeology, exploration and traditional festivities.
On top of that, the Fulin Youth Village offers a three-day, two-night exploration camp – allowing participants to trace Shanghai's origins, explore its ancient architecture and experience a traditional New Year market.
Scan the QR code for more details and embark on a winter journey filled with adventure, history and fun at the Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort.