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Shanghai, China Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 657
Total Sleeping Rooms 124,618
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,159
Committable Meeting Rooms* 51
Convention Center Space 3,974,090 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 500,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 288,000 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CNY 1,675
Average Daily Meal Cost CNY 963
Average Weekly Car Rental CNY 1,287
*Maximum for a single hotel

Shanghai, China Things to Do and Attractions

Minsheng Art Museum

Found in the Red Town in the Changning district, the Minsheng Art Museum showcases a selection of contemporary Chinese and international works. The former factory-turned-museum itself is a work of art, thanks to its shiny metal panels and sharp

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Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai

Committed to promoting contemporary art and design, the Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai is centrally located in People's Park, which can easily be seen from the museum's floor-to-ceiling windows. The museum's impressive collection focuses on

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Shanghai Shopping

In Shanghai, shoppers should head to two grand avenues, Nanjing Road, which has east and west sections and is probably the greatest festival of shopping anywhere in China, even with some more traditional stores, too and Huaihai Road, which is where

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Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

As the largest aquarium in Shanghai, the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium features nine thematic zones housing more than 450 species of aquatic animals from five continents and four oceans. Each zone is designed to recreate its natural surroundings, including

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Shanghai Disneyland Park

Pudong's Shanghai Disneyland Park, part of the Shanghai Disney Resort, is beloved for its seven themed lands, including Mickey Avenue, Gardens of Imagination, Fantasyland, Treasure Cove, Adventure Isle, Tomorrowland, and Toy Story Land. Visitors

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Happy Valley Shanghai

Located in the Songjang District about 25 miles outside of central Shanghai, Happy Valley Shanghai is a family-friendly amusement park with more than 100 attractions throughout its seven themed zones. Highlights include the Gold Mine Town, a

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Guyi Garden

One of Shanghai's five classical gardens, Guyi Garden was built during the Ming Dynasty. Today, it features tranquil streams, graceful bamboo, Ming-style architecture, and its Flower Fragrance Park with peonies, cherry blossoms, lotus flowers, and

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The Bund on the Huangpu River

Visitors to Shanghai frequent The Bund, a waterfront area along the Huangpu River symbolic of colonial Shanghai and lined with beautiful architecture, river cruise boats, hotels, restaurants, and shops. Here, visitors will find spectacular views of

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Yu Garden

Classical Chinese architecture, beautiful green spaces, and the busy Yuyuan bazaar are found at the popular Yu Garden, a unique area with elaborate pavilions, pools, archways, sculptures, and bridges. After strolling through the gardens, visitors

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Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

The unique Bund Sightseeing Tunnel takes visitors under the Huangpu River aboard a transparent train, allowing 360-degree views of the tunnel’s multimedia effects. The five-minute ride features plenty of futuristic flashing lights and colors, making

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Shanghai Grand Theatre

Located in People's Square in central Shanghai, the iconic Shanghai Grand Theatre features one of the world’s largest and acoustically-equipped stages in the world. The facility is home to three theaters that showcase opera, theater, dance, concerts,

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Shanghai Centre Theatre

Home to a near-nightly acrobat shows, the luxurious Shanghai Centre Theatre is one of the most frequently-visited tourist attractions in Shanghai. Visitors flock to the theatre to watch the acclaimed Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe, founded in 1951. Group

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M on the Bund

Located along Shanghai's historic waterfront and overlooking the river from the top floor of the Nissin Shipping Building, M on the Bund is a renowned restaurant serving a unique blend of Middle Eastern and European flavors. M on the Bund serves

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Jean-Georges Shanghai

Classic French cuisine crafted with Asian ingredients and flavors are served at the glamorous Jean-Georges Shanghai, which features four-course prix-fixe menus, seven-course tasting menus, and an impressive wine collection. Jean-Georges Shanghai

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Napa Wine Bar & Restaurant

Shanghai's Napa Wine Bar & Restaurant serves inventive, wine-focused cuisine, with an extensive wine program of over 700 labels. Napa Wine Bar & Restaurant serves lunch Tuesday through Friday from noon to 2:30 pm and Saturday and Sunday from noon to

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