Morning Run – Shanghai Pudong Saturday

Morning Run – Shanghai Pudong Saturday

All of you most likely picture Shanghai as a place constantly crowded and hardly with any open spaces or areas free of crowds….Well, if you try hard – you can find the place and time where you will be (almost) alone….even…in Shanghai.

On Saturday morning I decided to go for a morning run / brisk walk in the area of the Shanghai International Conference Center and the Super Brands Mall and between the river and Binjiang Avenue.

Morning-Run-Pudong-river-parkYou all be very surprised to find a park nearly devoid of people even at 9am in the morning.  And here is the good part – you can stroll, run, stretch along the walkway along the Huangpu river and enjoy all this space to yourself.

Morning-Run-Shanghai-PudongAs you can see the park and its alleyways are very nice and comfortable for both taking in the views as well as having a good run

Morning-Run-China-Shanghai-PudongHow do you like this view…? From this vantage point you can see the buildings across Huangpu river

Shanghai-Pudong More views from the Bund – all the historic buildings (Peace Hotel…) seen from Pudong.

Shanghai-PudongSome of the old customs houses at the Bund – Good views from Pudong side…

Morning-Run-shanghai-pudong Where are the people?  Indeed…

Morning-run-Shanghai-Pudong-Running and more – ready for a run?  It is very humid and hot, but – hey, it is a great place to run and enjoy the views at the same time…

China-Shanghai-PudongThe entrance to the park…Although you can access the parkway along the Huangpu River from many points this being one of them.

Overall, this is the place to be on a weekend morning in Pudong – a place to be alone, able to exercise, enjoy the views and then eventually go to a nice brunch in the near by shopping mall area.  How do find the place, take a cab to the Shanghai International Conference Center or the Super Brands Mall, or the subway line 2 to the Super Brands Mall and from there walk towards the river…you will find the place.   Enjoy your run!

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