Opened since 2016, the Disneyland in Shanghai covers over 287 acres of land and offers several crowd pleasers only found in more popular Disneyland Parks, as well as other highlights and features dissimilar to the regular lands and designs found in other parks.
Some of its main draws are Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure, TRON Lightcycle Power Run, and Challenge Trails, aside from a hyper-modern Tomorrowland and a brand new land called Treasure Cove.
Besides that, Shanghai Disneyland is home to the largest theme castle Disney has ever erected so all visitors can rest assured that its daily firework show aptly titled Ignite the Dream is guaranteed to be that much more extravagant.
Like all Disneyland Parks, Shanghai Disneyland also honours the heritage of its host country by blending the magic of Disney with distinctive cultural elements, such as the integration of Chinese zodiac animal signs into its attractions.
Discover and experience the beautiful scenery around our Shanghai hotels.
A former industrial area for textiles in Shanghai composed of dilapidated warehouses and factories has now been transformed into the city’s top contemporary art complex housing galleries and art spaces featuring the works of many established and emerging Chinese artists.
Situated 47 kilometres away from Shanghai is a well-preserved ancient water village in the Qingpu district – Zhujiajiao Water Town – that is often dubbed the Venice of Shanghai and boasts nearly 1,700 years of history.
Akin to a dreamy backdrop of a Chinese historical drama, Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden is a verdant oasis in the middle of Shanghai’s Old City with exquisite scenery, complete with all the essential features and decorations of a classical Chinese garden.
Along the Huangpu River is a mile-long waterfront promenade known as The Bund or Waitan, and to its west bank sits 52 colonial-era buildings of contrasting Western and European architectural styles including neoclassical, baroque, Romanesque and Gothic designs.