May Day is a sunny day. Starting from home at 7 o'clock, we navigated Baidu for more than 40 minutes and arrived at Jinshanzui Fishing Village, Shanghai, 3A Scenic Spot. Book tickets online one day in advance. It's very convenient to collect tickets. It's at the customer service center on the old street of the fishing village. Along the old street, we visited the fishermen's old houses, fishing gear hall, Mazu Culture Hall, Haiyu Culture Hall and folk collection hall in turn. It turned out that Jinshanzui Fishing Village was the earliest and last fishing village along the coast of Shanghai. As the most beautiful leisure village in China, it has a long history of sea fishing culture. It is a long experience. Old Street is small and delicate, Xiangyu Village has its own characteristics, simple and kind folkway, seafood Street tastes delicious food, many people walk in the sunshine, collect shells on the beach, everywhere is the scenery, it is a worthwhile trip.
Jinshanzui fishing village is the earliest fishing village on the coastal land of Shanghai and the last fishing village in Shanghai. It is near the Hangzhou Bay and north of Shanghai-Hangzhou Highway. It is only one step away from the sea and across the three islands of Jinshan in the sea. Various and delicious seafood delicacies are one of the characteristics of fishing villages. Seafood delicacies street and fishermen's Inn snacks have their own characteristics, attracting more and more tourists. Jinshanzui is a well-known fishing port in Shanghai. Marine fisheries have been flourishing in history. At the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, there were 36 shops and workshops in the small town, and there were more than 10 fishing Inns operating fishery goods only. Every spring and autumn, big fish and jellyfish flourished. Tourists and businessmen came to watch the tide, buy fish, do business, and businessmen flocked together. In the 1980s, Jinshanzui fishing village reached its peak, with more than 1,000 fishermen going to sea, 45 fishing boats, 1,650 tonnes and 1.16 million tons of fishing goods per year. The fishing area also moved from Hangzhou Bay to ocean, south to Diaoyu Island and north to Jeju Island, South Korea. It is a red flag on the fishing front of Shanghai. However, since the late 1980s, due to the construction of many chemical enterprises, a large amount of sewage has flowed into Hangzhou Bay, coupled with overfishing, fishery resources have gradually been depleted, resulting in the situation that fishing boats shelved on the beach and fishermen came ashore. Most fishermen say goodbye to the sea on which they live, some workers, some businessmen and some mindful of the sea. While adhering to fishing in the coastal waters, some fishermen have set up farming and fishery processing businesses on land. Some fishermen, taking advantage of their unique natural conditions, have opened dozens of seafood hotels on the side of Shanghai-Hangzhou Highway, forming a unique seafood street. At present, Jinshanzui Old Street has been renovated and renovated. It has opened fishing village museums, fishing gear development, artists'studios, fishermen's inns and other exhibition halls and restaurants with marine cultural characteristics. As a tourist spot along Jinshanzui Golden Coast, Jinshanzui Seafood City and Seafood Street, it has renewed the vitality of the old fishing village. Shanghai Jinshanzui Fishing Village, which I visited in mid-December 2015, happened to have a light rain. Because it is the earliest and last fishing village in Shanghai, it feels very precious. Tickets are priced at 50 yuan. Older people over 60 can enjoy preferential fares. In fact, you can visit the old street of the fishing village without buying tickets. The environment around the fishing village is impressive, clean and well regulated. The old street of fishing village comes out to sell dried seafood fish. Something must be fresh, but the price is more expensive. There are dried fish, shrimp skin and other kinds of seafood.
Jinshanzui Fishing Village, the last fishing village in Shanghai, is near the Hangzhou Bay. We drove along the Shanghai-Hangzhou Highway. We saw the East China Sea under the seawall through the window all the way. The feeling of vast sea and sky came! When we got off at the seafood street of Yucun, there was a short levee leading to the East China Sea. We could see the three islands of Jinshan in the sea step by step. We ate local seafood with fishermen's lights. The price was affordable and the tranquil small fishing village did not miss this trip.
Shanghai has the sea, and Shanghai has fishing villages. Jinshanzui Fishing Village, once a famous fishing port in Shanghai, has now become the last fishing village in Shanghai. This fishing village along the Hangzhou Bay, from prosperity to silence, from exhaustion to renewal of vitality, shows how human beings treat the ocean and seek the prosperity of the earth. With the attitude of scientific development, fishing villagers have achieved good results through the rational use of resources and the construction over the past few years. Today's fishing villages are accompanied by the sea. The renovated ancient streets of fishing villages, with the theme of showcasing rich and colorful marine culture and creating a leisurely environment, provide city people with unique advantages of vacation and seafood tasting. The seafood business there is basically local people. Most of the middle-aged and elderly people who visit there speak Shanghai language with them, and they are especially friendly. It's very convenient from Shanghai to Jinshan. Jinshan Railway is similar to high speed railway. The fare is 10 yuan. It's only half an hour from Shanghai to Jinshan. It's very convenient for the railway station to Yucun.
On the second day of the New Year, the weather was fine. I took my family to Jinshanzui Fishing Village, the last fishing village in Shanghai, and came to the seaside. The air was full of the taste of the sea, blowing the sea breeze, which was very pleasant. Wandering around Jinshan Old Street, eating snacks, visiting fishing gear museum, Mazu Culture Museum, folk collections, the afternoon ended so happily.
Jinshanzui Fishing Village is a tourist attraction characterized by fishing villages. It has opened exhibition halls and restaurants with marine cultural characteristics such as fishing village museums, fishing gear development history, painter studios, fishermen's inns and so on. It is also a tourist spot along Jinshanzui Golden Coast with Jinshanzui Seafood City (Three Island Seafood City) and Jinshanzui Seafood Street (Shanghai-Hangzhou Highway). The village has renewed its vitality.
Jinshanzui Fish Village came for the second time. In the sunshine, the sea gently pats the shore, and the visitors in twos and threes at the seashore are happily laughing, and the sea breeze with the smell of sea constantly invades my nose, for a while, but I don't hate it. The beauty of the scenery is better than everything else.
It is only one step away from the sea and across from the three islands of Jinshan in the sea. Various and delicious seafood delicacies are one of the characteristics of fishing villages. Seafood delicacies street and fishermen's Inn snacks have their own characteristics, attracting more and more tourists.
It's convenient to take Jinshan Railway to Jinshanwei and change to Nanwei Railway. The folkways here are relatively simple and the scenery is good, but the tourist atmosphere has begun to deepen. Several scenic spots introducing folklore are charged. It's not cheap. 10 yuan for a joint ticket is 40 yuan. They were all free to visit before. The earlier you go, the more you can experience such scenery.
Yellow croaker noodles are good, and the eating environment is good. Of course, if the water is clear, it would be better. This shop has tables made of stone mill. They are very unique. The name of the shop forgot that it was the first alley across the bridge that arrived. The yellow croaker noodles for 30 yuan were very delicious. We recommend yellow croaker wonton. In addition, the first bridge to make oil piers is very delicious, only two yuan a, delicious is not expensive yo.