2288 Pudong Avenue, Shanghai, 200136 CN

19 miles



Shanghai Surprises, Delights, and Enchants

Marvel at ancient art, stroll through the magnificence of abundant flora, or enjoy a game of golf

As the largest metropolis in China, Shanghai is a burgeoning cultural and financial mecca. With a wealth of historic landmarks including The Bund, City God Temple, and Yuyuan Garden, visitors to our pulsing metropolitan area can revel in our city’s many treasures, attractions, and shopping, including the Super Brand Mall. With an ideal location in the center of it all, we offer you easy access to many of Shanghai’s delights and panoramic views of the famous Huangpu River as a delightful bonus. 


2288 Pudong Avenue, Shanghai, 200136

Nearby Places

Shanghai Oriental Art Center

As one of the leading performing arts and cultural facilities in Shanghai and China, this fashionable landmark was designed by Paul Andreu, a famous French architect and features five hemispherical halls connected together to make the whole construction appear like a shining butterfly. 

Century Park

Situated in the Flowers and Trees Administrative Cultural Center of Pudong Area, this is the largest ecological city park in Shanghai.

Lujiazui Financial District

The most important financial district in Shanghai features many sites of interest such as the JinMao Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower.

People's Square

This spectacular space in the heart of Shanghai features gardens, cultural activities, and commerce,  and is a primary destination for festivals and holidays.

Shanghai New International Expo Center

Strategically located in Pudong's key economic development zone, this exhibition center hosts a large number of exhibitions, including the Shanghai Motor Show.

Yu Garden

Located in the Old City adjacent to the City God Temple, the garden boasts many delights, including the Exquisite Jade Rock centerpiece, a 5-ton boulder rumored to have been destined for Beijing’s imperial palace.

The Bund

The waterfront area in central Shanghai known as The Bund is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Shanghai, and thus, worth a visit.

Shanghai Xintiandi

Where “yesterday meets tomorrow in Shanghai today” refers to the Shikumen buildings, most of which retain notable external features found in old Shanghai, and updated internal spaces aimed at 21st century urbanites seeking casual elegance in a modern city.

Jinqiao International Commercial Plaza

Located at the intersection of Jinqiao Road and Zhangyang Road, this grand commercial center offers restaurants, shopping arcades, and entertainment.

Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club

This 18-hole championship golf course is considered the best golf course in Pudong and is the closest course to the hotel.