Discover things to do in the Xujiahui District of Shanghai

From strolling through serene gardens to shopping in some of Shanghai’s best boutiques, the Xujiahui District around the Radisson Blu Plaza Xing Guo Hotel is filled with things to do. Take a walking tour of the Art Deco buildings, and then wander through the tranquil Yu Garden or Fuxing Park. For a fun family outing, plan a day at Shanghai Disneyland® or catch an exhilarating race at the Shanghai International Circuit. Need to stretch your legs after a long seminar? Wander through the nearby university area or walk along the Bund’s lively waterfront.

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National Exhibition & Convention Center

7.8 mi / 12.55 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.

Shanghai Grand View Garden

13.99 mi / 22.51 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

15.03 mi / 24.18 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

24.07 mi / 38.73 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.

Propaganda Poster Art Centre

0.25 mi / 0.4 km from the hotel
Tucked away in an apartment building’s basement, this quirky museum displays a collection of more than 6,000 propaganda posters. Most pieces were created during the Mao years, and many include notes in English, explaining the meaning and significance.

Shanghai History Museum

4.39 mi / 7.07 km from the hotel
Offering free admission, this 9,800-square-meter museum with its famous bell tower recently underwent a two-year renovation. Learn about Shanghai’s history as you browse more than 1,000 artifacts like the pair of iconic bronze lions from the 1930s.