Built in 1930, this Shanghai historic house is located in quiet Lane, Xinle Road, where used to be the France concession before 1949 and now is the downtown CBD area in Shanghai. 2 bedrooms, 1 study room, big family room, and access to 18 sq.m roof terrace.
5 minutes walk to Subway Line 1, 2 minutes to Xiangyang Park, restaurants bars and caffee shops.
This is a great place to come, littered with temples and shrines, and, at a mere 12 square km, is easily navigated and covered in a few relaxing days.
Even for those not coming on a Buddhist pilgrimage, the island provides a peaceful atmosphere and some of Chinese premiere beaches that even the most atheists will be impressed.
Besides the many temples, the island is also lush in vegetation and a profusion of forests, all flourishing in the warm and humid climate.
Amidst such an environment, a stroll around the mountain or an immobile day at the beach is equally attractive.
Maps for the island can be brought for a small price beside the port.
For those not wishing to track, the island also has a fairly comprehensive minibus transport system to all the main sights.
ATTRACTIONS: The Thousand Step Beach and the Hundred Step Beach Apart from the sacred Buddhist Mountain, the island of Putuo is known as a haven of blue sea, golden beachesand sun, ideal for a relaxing weekend.
On top of all this, Mount Putuo has some of China’s greatest seafood on offer.
Sampling fresh seafood dishes has become an indispensable part of any trip to Putuoshan.