SH's got tulips!
Shanghai – Although they may look like pictures from
these shots come straight from .
Located in Nanhui district, some 70 kilometers away from Pudong’s Longyang
subway station, the Shanghai Shanghai Flower Port
(上海鲜花港) is a 100-hectare themed park that in April boasts China’s largest display of tulips imported from
the . The Park was established in 2002 as a tourist attraction and also hosts an
R&D centre of modern agriculture. Netherlands
As its flowers are in full bloom, it undoubtedly makes for a lovely get-away from Shanghai's hustle&bustle and a much needed respite into nature, under the blessings of "the Goddess of Tulips".
|"The Goddess of Tulips"|
Besides "those flowers", as my taxi driver referred to the tulips while pointing out that "we [Chinese] don't like them as much as Chinese flowers", other flowers are also grown. Tulips are the park's highlight in the first half of April and were already withering as I visited it on April 28th.