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Fengjing Ancient Town

Fengjing Ancient Town owns a history of more than 1,500 years.  Unique customs, simple and honest folkways, and idyllic scenery have made it a typical waterside township in south China. The town is the hometown of folk arts and Chinese rice wine. The town is National AAAA Scenery Area and has been selected as one of "the Eight Shanghai Must-Sees."

There are 29 streets and blocks, and 84 lanes in the town. Among them, ancient Heping Street, Shengchan Street, Beida Street and Youhao Street are well preserved. Fengjing Town is the only large-scale and beautifully preserved ancient water town in Shanghai.

With great cultural diversity, several notable talents have emerged from Fengjing Town. Cartoons by Ding Cong, paintings by Cheng Shifa, Jinshan Peasants Painting and the Weiqi skill of Gu Shuiru are called "three paintings and one game" of the town. The town is also famous for its delicious food, including golden maple rice wine, Fengjing braised pig's feet, scholar cake and bean curd.

Public Transport: Take Metro Line 1 to Jinjiang Park Station, take Fengmei Line at West Meilong Bus Station, get off at Fengjing. Or take Metro Line 1 to Shanghai South Railway Station, exchange Shanghai-Jinshan Railway and get off at Jinshanwei Station, then take a 2-hour bus to Fengjing.

Self-drive Route: Take G60 Express Fengjing Exit, go in Fengjing direction to the parking lot of Fengjing Ancient Town.