Why choose Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal (Baoshan)

Did you know, Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal sits at the mouth of the Yangtze River, a historic gateway to Shanghai's maritime glory? Blessed with a mild climate and rich maritime heritage, Wusongkou offers an authentic escape from tourist clichés. It's a vibrant showcase of China's bustling port life and bustling local culture. Plus, with unique attractions like the Yangtze River Bridge, it's more than just a cruise stop—it's a journey through time. And here's a unique fact: Wusongkou's strategic location made it a key battleground during the Opium Wars, shaping the course of modern Chinese history.

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Once a vital trading post, Wusongkou boasts a storied past that resonates through its bustling streets. As you sail into this historic port, you're seamlessly connected to Shanghai's main attractions, from the iconic Bund to the vibrant Nanjing Road. Despite its fame, Wusongkou hides treasures beyond the tourist gaze, waiting to be discovered. From the historic remnants of the Old City to the vibrant local markets, there's always more to explore in this dynamic metropolis.

Indulge in Shanghai's culinary delights, where bold flavors and exotic ingredients reign supreme. Start your culinary adventure with a tantalizing bowl of "xiao long bao," steamed soup dumplings filled with savory broth and tender meat. From savory "sheng jian bao" to aromatic "stir-fried eel," Shanghai's diverse cuisine offers a feast for the senses. Don't miss out on local specialties like "lion's head meatballs," hearty pork meatballs simmered in a fragrant broth—a true taste of Shanghai's culinary heritage.