Jingting Hotel

Jingting Hotel Jingting hotel is located at No. 56, Xijing street, Zhu Jiajiao. It was once Yang's residence and the first batch of immovable cultural relics registered in Shanghai. This traditional brick and wood structure residence, was built at th


Fangsheng Bridge

Fangsheng Bridge Fangsheng bridge is located at the east end of North Street and crosses Caogang river. In 1571, it was built by the monk Xingchao of Cimen Temple in Zhu Jiajiao, after 15 years of funds raising. After its completion, the area within


Yuanjin Buddhist Temple

Yuanjin Buddhist Temple Yuanjin Buddhist temple lies by Taian bridge and Caogang river. It was founded in 1341 and rebuilt in 1573. The temple is small but elegant with an asymmetric layout in courtyard style. Since the third Abbot Yu Shi, several ab


North Street

North Street The North Street has a history of more than 400 years, known as the NO.1 street in Shanghai during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The street is actually not wide, only 3-4 meters. Most of the buildings along the two sides of the street are


Tai’an Bridge

Taian Bridge Tai'an bridge is located in North Street, spanning over Shihe River, a tributary of Caogang river. It was built in 1584 and rebuilt in 1685. The bridge is 26.2 meters long, 3.2 meters wide and 4.6 meters high. It is the steepest single a


Ginkgo Tree Square

Ginkgo Tree Square The Ginkgo Tree Square was built on the ruins of Cimen Temple, the oldest and the largest Buddhist temple in Zhu Jiajiao history. Today, the temple no longer exists, leaving only two towering trees as a witness to the development o


Apo Tea House

Apo Tea House Apo Tea House is situated at the junction of Caogang River and Jingting River. It is surrounded by water on three sides. The building itself has two floors with flying eaves on the top. Tourists can try the local Apo Tea here. In the pa


Kezhi Garden

Kezhi Garden The garden is located in the northwest of Zhujiajiao ancient town, covering an area of more than 17997 square meters. It was built in 1912 by Ma Wenqing, the owner of the garden. It took 15 years and cost more than 300,000 taels of silve


Quanhua Museum

Quanhua Museum Quanhua Museum, founded in June 2006, is located in a late Qing Dynasty residential building in Xijing Street, Zhujiajiao ancient town. It is the first watercolor painting museum in China. Chen Xidan is the founder and curator of the A


The Garden Of Inseparable Hearts “Hexin Yuan”

The Garden Of Inseparable Hearts is a unique traditional Chinese garden and museum of antiquity and culture. The Garden Of Inseparable Hearts is named after the Qing Dynasty conjoined pavilion located in the rear of the garden. The grounds capture th