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A guide to some local winter sports venues

Rink on the Bund

Keywords: Shanghai’s version of New York’s Central Park’s ice rink

The outdoor time-limited 200-sq-km-rink is a good place to enjoy a modern lifestyle. Located in the north square of the Bund Financial Center, there is a fantastic light show every night. A special program is performed every weekend on the rink with artificial snow and a fair. Free protective and auxiliary equipment is provided.

Address: 600 Zhongshan Rd E2

Dates: Through February 27

Time: 9:30am-10pm

Tickets: 89-499 yuan (US$14-79)

3rd Shanghai International Winter Festival

Keywords: Skating along the Huangpu River

With an area covering 1,200 square meters, this is the largest time-limited outdoor rink in Shanghai. It is located at Sinar Mas Plaza, or White Magnolia Plaza. It has a heart-shaped rink. There is a light show too, and offers a fine view of the riverfront at night.

Address: 501 Dongdaming Rd

Dates: Through February 28

Time: 9am-10pm

Tickets: 99-219 yuan

Tips: The daily maintenance time is 12pm-2:30pm.

Century Star Skating Club

Keywords: World-class ice rink

The club was set up in June 1999. It was the first professional skating training institution in China. Many skaters were trained in the club. It has nearly 30 branches in Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing and Shenzhen. It has hosted hundreds of national and international ice events.

Address: Room 401, 1599 Wuzhong Road

Time: Call the day before

Tickets: 100 yuan/2 hours

Feiyang Skating Center

Keywords: Champion Yang Yang’s skating club

Feiyang Skating Center is located in the Sanlin Sports Center in the Pudong New Area, near Shanghai Expo Park. It was established by Yang Yang, a former short track speed skating athlete and the first gold medal winner at the Winter Olympics for China, in 2013. The center has two floors. The first floor has a 1,080-sqm area and is for the public. The second floor, taking up an area of 1,800 sqm, is an international-standard skating center, with 5,000 seating space. It can be used for training and holding big competitions and performances.

Address: 201 Yunlian Road

Time: 10am-9pm (Mon-Thur, Sat), 10-11:30am & 4:30pm-9pm (Fri), 11am-9pm (Sun)
Tickets: 30-80 yuan


Keywords: Leading indoor ski experience chain

SNOW 51 is an urban indoor ski experience hub and a professional ski training institution in China. It was established in 2018 and has 18 branches in Shanghai, and 11 others in Ningbo, Shenzhen and Beijing. It allows ski lovers to enjoy skiing through simulator machines.

Address: 18 branches in shopping centers like BFC, L+MALL in Lujiazui and HKRI Taikoo Hui

Time: 10am-10pm


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