Walk in Zhoupu Town, Shanghai

Walk in Zhoupu Town, Shanghai

Zhoupu Town (周浦镇) is a historic town in Shanghai, covering an area of ​​42.6 square kilometers. It is located in the western part of Pudong New District, bordering Chuansha New Town, Hangtou Town, Kangqiao Town, Pujiang Town of Minhang District.

The history of Zhoupu Town can be traced back to the Southern Song Dynasty (1127–1279) and was once an important hub for water transportation in Pudong. In the early years of the Republic of China, Zhoupu Town developed commerce and was known as “Little Shanghai”.

Zhoupu Town is rich in agricultural resources and cultural heritage, and is the hometown of Chinese folk art (calligraphy and painting). It is also a community education demonstration town in Shanghai.

The main attractions of Zhoupu Town include the Eight Scenic Spots of Zhoupu, Gu Han Haitang, Fu Lei’s Former Residence, and the Little Shanghai Pedestrian Street.

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