Last updated by david at 2014/5/3
Former Residence of Sun Yat-sen: The Former Residence of Sun Yat-sen is located at No. 7 of Xiangshan Road, west of Fu Xing Park (the former No. 29 of Moliere Road). It is a quiet European-style house with a garden where Sun Yat-sen and his wife Soong Ching-ling lived from 1918 to 1924.
Zhou Residence: The Zhou Residence is situated on Sinan Road at No. 73 along the east side of Sinan Road (the former No. 107 of Masinan Road). It is a western-style building with three floors and a garden. This is the former office of the Shanghai Delegation to the Communist Party of China.
Address: No. 73 of Sinan Road, Luwan District
Tickets: free of charge
Getting there by bus: Bus 17, Bus 24, Bus 36, Bus 41, Bus 42, Bus 96, Bus 104, Bus 128, Bus 146, Bus 575, Bus 780, Bus 781, Bus 786, Bus 835, Bus 864, Bus 869, Bus 933, Bus 920, Bus 911, Bus 932, Bus 945, Lvyou Bus No. 10, or the free sightseeing bus on Huaihai Road
Hours: 9:00 am – 11:00 am, 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Zhou Residence is closed on Mondays and Thurdays.
Huaihai Road Commerce Street: The Huaihai Road Commerce Street begins from Renmin Road in the east and stretches to Kaixuan Road in the west. It is divided into three parts: the eastern part, the western part, and the middle part totaling more than 5,000 meters long. It is a very famous business street in Shanghai.
Tips: Huahai Road is an elegant cultural street. The well-known Former Residence of Sun Yat-sen, Song Ching Ling Memorial Residence, Zhou Residence, and the site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China are all near this road. At the end of 1996, the new Shanghai Library was set up on Huaihai Middle Road.
Yandang Leisure Street: Yandang Leisure Street is also known as the backyard of Huaihai Road. It begins from Huanghai Middle Road in the north, goes through Xing’an Road and Nanchang Road, and ends at Fuxing Park Street. It is a vehicle-free promenade that is open all day long.
Getting there by bus: Bus 96, or Lvyou Bus No. 10
Shanghai Library: The old Shanghai Library is located at the crossing of Nanjing Road and Huangpi Road. In 1996, the new Shanghai Library was built on Huaihai Middle Road.
Temporary library card: 10 RMB (visitors must apply for the temporary library card with their identification card before 5:00 pm).
Hours: 8:30 am – 8:30 pm
Getting there by bus: Bus 15, us 93, Bus 96, Bus 126, Bus 548, Bus 911, Bus 920, Bus 926, or Bus 945.
Fuxing Park: Fuxing Park is one of the oldest parks in Shanghai.
Tickets: free of charge
Getting there by bus: Bus 02, Bus 17, Bus 17, Bus 24, Bus 36, Bus 42, Bus 146, Bus 575, Bus 780, Bus 831, Bus 864, Bus 869, Bus 932, Bus 933, Bus 911, Bus 920, the free sightseeing bus on Huaihai Road, You 7, You10, Suidao Line 8, Daqiao Line 1, or the Yuanye Special Line
Getting there by subway: Subway Line 1
The Old Site of the Central Committee of the Communist Young League: The Old Site of the Central Committee of the Communist Young League is an old-style Shikumen house made of brick and wood. It used to be the place where the Shanghai Communist Group held their activities.
Address: No. 6 of 567 Lane, Huanghai Middle Road, Luwan District
Getting there by bus: Lvyou Bus No. 10, Bus 02, Bus 42, Bus 146, Bus 911, Bus 926, Bus 920, Bus 945, or the free sightseeing Bus on Huaihai Road
Former Residence of Zou Taofen: The Former Residence of Zou Taofen is a typical western-style building. Zou Taofen, the owner of the building, was originally called Zou Enrun. However, “Taofen” was his pen name when he was the chief editor of “Life” weekly magazine 1926. The Chinese character “Tao” means “hiding capacity and biding time”, and the character “Fen” means “keep fighting”.
Address: No. 54 of 205 Lane, Chongqing South Road
Tickets: 5RMB for individual travelers, 4 RMB for members in a touring party of more than 10 people
Getting there by bus: Bus 17, Bus 24, Bus 36, Bus 146, Bus 575, Bus 780, Bus 781, Bus 786, Bus 864, Bus 869, Bus 933, Bus 932, Suidao Line 8, or Daqiao Line 1
Hours: 9:00 am – 11:00 am, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Solo Adventure Tips:
How to Get There?
Subway Line 1, bus 926, 42, Tourism Line 10.
Opening Hours: 24 hours
More Tips: The best time to visit: at night
The best time to visit: at night
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