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Happy Valley Shanghai is a theme park consisting of seven themes: Happy Times, Typhoon Bay, Sunshine Beach, Ant Kingdom, Gold Mine Town, Shanghai Beach and Shangri-la Woods. Offering plenty of thrill rides for adults, Ant Kingdom is best for younger...more
We bought tickets online back then and got an email with the tickets attached but now in 2018 because we are foreigners we cannot buy tickets online. Requires a Chinese ID.
So I bought Disney tickets online instead for the kids. As you can see...More
Park and activities are nice but the place is poorly managed. Roller coasters run 1 by 1 and you’ll merely have 2 or 300 people board per hour when it would reach more than a thousand in any other park.
Not sure the park is...More
Not a expensive entrance cost if you compare with Disney, but the park lacks in detail maintenance if you are used to 1st class theme parks.
We went on a Sunday if had no line at rides that worth the visit.
One thing need to...More
We had to decide between Happy valley or Disney. My kids..16, 14 and 20 something chose Happy Valley. The rides looked better, the price was definitely better and it was something new for us.
We went on a Friday, took the metro, easy. Shuttle bus...More
Go to the Happy Valley amusement park (between 9: 00-10: 30) - the journey from your hotel to the amusement park takes about an hour and a half. To get to the amusement park, take subway line 1 and drive to Xujiahui Station, where you...More
Price 230 yuan per person ( adult ) and about 160 yuan for kids.
You can take the metro to get there but I use didi ( just like uber and grab but in chinese version ) which cost me about 100 yuan from town...More
Visited the park in March of 2018. Entry to the park was 230 CNY. We entered the park around 11 am and found the best two coasters had big lines. However later in the day we only waited 5 or 10 minutes for the most...More
its a Chinese style theme park, the lines for the rides are usually long and the locals require patience to deal with as they will be trying to cut in front of you in the line ...i would still recommend going there specially if you...More