Jinshan District, Shanghai
Nestling in the cradle of Hangzhou Bay and a hop, skip and jump from the neighboring highly developed regions like Shanghai, Hangzhou, Ningbo and Zhoushan Economic Zone, Jinshan District is the southwest gateway to Shanghai. And with its fertile and expansive farmlands as well as rivulets and lakes, Jinshan has long been known as the “breadbasket of Shanghai”. Over many centuries, due to its proximity to Shanghai, Jinshan has left its deep imprint on the history of Shanghai.
Nature enthusiasts, rejoice! Jinshan boasts 23.3km-long coastline with gentle slopes, soft sands and white-crested waves, The ancient town of Fengjing, Chinese Farmers’ Paintings Village,
Donglin Temple and Langxia Biological Park are also what makes Jinshan stand out from the crowd. History and nature combine to make Jinshan one of the most appealing destinations close to Shanghai. You can find the exciting in every season.