Visit gardens and green spaces when you find things to do in Pudong, Shanghai

Business travelers who stay at the Radisson Blu Shanghai Pudong Jinqiao are near one of the world’s largest convention centers as well as the Shanghai New International Expo Center. Book accommodations at our hotel, and after conference sessions wrap for the day, you can enjoy fresh air and stroll through Yu Garden or play a round of golf at Dianshan Lake. For shopping, Life Hub @ Jinqiao, Thumb Plaza, and Kerry Parkside are a metro ride away. If you’re traveling with kids, you can find plenty of things to do, including visiting the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and the Shanghai Disney® Resort.

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Dianshan Lake

41.21 mi / 66.32 km from the hotel
The largest freshwater lake in the city is also home to three golf courses and aquatic sports such as rowing, canoeing, windsurfing, and Chinese dragon boat racing.

National Exhibition & Convention Center

21.05 mi / 33.87 km from the hotel
One of the world’s largest exhibition, convention, and trade centers, this complex welcomes guests from all over the world. The center is also home to several businesses.

Qingpu Museum

31.45 mi / 50.61 km from the hotel
This museum celebrates Chinese heritage and local history with more than 10,000 pieces in the permanent collection.

Shanghai Grand View Garden

23.02 mi / 37.05 km from the hotel
For a dose of serenity in the midst of Shanghai’s bustle, visit these quiet lotus pools and gardens as you stroll through exhibits on Chinese folklore.

Shanghai International Circuit

25.53 mi / 41.08 km from the hotel
This world-class Formula One circuit, built in 2004, is a stunning modern design inspired by the Chinese character Shang. Take your seat among more than 200,000 spectators to enjoy the thrill of high-speed racing.
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Zhujiajiao Ancient Town

37.37 mi / 60.15 km from the hotel
Established about 1,700 years ago, this cultural landmark crisscrosses multiple local rivers in a series of canals and waterways. Stroll the ancient streets of this “water town” and walk across the many stone bridges that connect the area.