Venue: Shanghai Xihua Hotel
Address: #1, Huaihaixi Rt, Xuhui District, Shanghai, China
>> Standard single room: RMB 450/day
>> Standard double room: RMB 550/day
* Shanghai Pudong International Airport : 58km, 60mins
* Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport: 11km, 20mins
* Shanghai Subway Station: 9.2km, 24mins
Shanghai, also spelled Shang-hai, is one of the world’s largest seaports and a major industrial and commercial centre of China.
The city is located on the coast of the East China Sea between the mouth of the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) to the north and the bay of Hangzhou to the south. The municipality’s area includes the city itself, surrounding suburbs, and an agricultural hinterland. Shanghai is China’s most-populous city, and the municipality is its most-populous urban area.
Shanghai’s cultural attractions include museums, historical sites, and scenic gardens. The Shanghai Museum houses an extensive collection of bronzes, ceramics, and other artifacts dating over several thousand years. In 2000 the former Shanghai Revolutionary History Memorial Hall was combined with the former residence of revolutionary leader Chen Yun to create a new museum based on Chen’s life. The Dashijie (“Great World”), founded in the 1920s, is Shanghai’s leading theatrical centre and offers folk operas, dance performances, plays, story readings, and specialized entertainment forms typical of China’s national minority groups. The city also has many workers’ and children’s recreational clubs and several large motion-picture theatres, including the Daguangming Theatre.