Fengxian (奉贤区; Fèngxián Qū) is a suburban district of Shanghai. By Shanghai standards it is almost rural, but it has a population of over a million and considerable development, mainly residential and industrial. Nanqiao town is the largest clump of development.
Metro linewas extended into Fengxian on December 30, 2018, with several stops in the district. There are buses:
- Nanmei Line (南梅线) from Jinjiang Park to Nanqiao Bus Station (南桥汽车站) (The park is on Hongmei Road; Nanmei abbreviates Nanqiao-Hongmei)
- Shangfeng Bus from the Shanghai South Railway Station South Square. (Shanghai-Fengxian)
- Xinnan Bus from Xinzhuang (Xinzhuang-Nanqiao)
The Shanghai end of any of these is a metro stop on line; of the three, Xinzhuang is closest to Fengxian.
- Three Women Temple (三女祠, Sān Nǚ Cí) (in Guhua Park). Named for the three daughters of the King of Wu during the Zhou Dynasty (1024-256 BCE) who hanged themselves rather than be caught by the King of Yue's soldiers.
- Shanghai Business School. A university.
- 1 East China University of Science and Technology. A university.
- 2 Ten Thousand Buddha Pavilion (万佛阁 Wàn fó gé), 奉城北街189号 189 North Street, Fengcheng Town.
- Guhua Park (In Nanmei).
There are beaches on the South side of the district.
- Bihai Jinsha (碧海金沙, meaning Blue Sea, Gold Beach). A popular water park for Shanghai residents to go on weekends.
- Xinghai beach. Undergoing development as a resort.