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Shanghai EXPO tour,Better City, Better life

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May 4, 2010


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Shanghai EXPO Tour 3 Days 2 Nights

Theme : Better City , Better Life

The quest for a better life has run through the urban history of mankind. Through different sub-themes, Expo 2010 will create blueprints for future cities and harmonious urban life styles, providing an extraordinary educational and entertaining platform for visitors of all nations.

ITINERARY PROPOSAL:

Day 1 Arrive in Shanghai

Lunch | Dinner | Transportation: Air conditioned coach | Hotel: 4 to 5 Star

Arrive in Shanghai. Our local guide will meet you at airport and tranfer you to hotel for 2 nights stay. After lunch, proceed to visit the Bund, a well-known waterfront park which shows Shanghai in early 1930s; Yuyuan Garden, a maze of marvelous pavilions, ponds, little rock mountain and arching tress; Old Street and XinTianDi. Enjoy some free time to wonder around Nanjing Road, a famous commercial street. After dinner, you can enjoy an amazing Chinese acrobatics performance – a crowd favorite (Optional)!

Day 2 Shanghai

Breakfast: Hotel | Dinner | Transportation: Air conditioned coach | Hotel: 4 to 5 Star

Whole day visit the EXPO. (Visiting time: 10:00-17:00)

Day 3 Depart Shanghai

Breakfast: Hotel | Lunch | Transportation: Air conditioned coach

After breakfast, visit Shanghai Museum (without earphone), which is the biggest museum in China. Proceed to visit the Global Finance Center and enjoy a birds-eye view of Shanghai and the Huang Pu River. After lunch, a chartered bus will take you to airport for your onward flight to next destination or begin the journey back to HOME.


Introduction of Tourist Sites:

The Bund

The symbol of old and new Shanghai, the Bund (officially known as Zhongshan Lu) is Shanghai’s most famous landmark. The Bund is from an Anglo Indian term meaning the muddy embankment on the waterfront, and it is the Huangpu River that helps, create the uniquely colonial feel here and provides a feeling of space and openness which is lacking elsewhere in the city.

Yu Garden

The Yuyuan gardens are situated not far from the Bund in the southwestern side of the city. The Yuyuan is certainly tacky- a kind of China meets Disney with an added twist- but nevertheless well worth a visit. The garden consists of an inner and an outer section.

Shanghai Museum

As a museum of ancient Chinese art, Shanghai Museum possesses a collection of 120,000 precious works of art. Its rich and high-quality collection of ancient Chinese bronze, ceramics, painting and calligraphy is specially celebrated in the world.

XInTianDi

As a re-creation born out of the sprawls of Shikumen housing, which is the architectural symbol of Shanghai in the 20th century, Shanghai Xintiandi is an urban tourist attraction imbued with the city’s historical and cultural legacies.

Global Finace Center

The Shanghai Global Financial Center is a city sithin the city, surrounded by natural beauty at ground level, soaring high into the sky. Here there is always something fresh and exciting to discover, in a place that is both safe and enjoyable. Here people meet, lively incounters generate economic energy; new forms of cultural activity appear. Deverse functions are assembled in a single self-contained neighborhood.

Shanghai EXPO

Duration: May 1 to Oct 31,2010. 184 days

Address: Along the Huangpu River, From Nanpu and Lupu Bridge

Expected Visitors: 70 million

Theme : Better City , Better Life

The quest for a better life has run through the urban history of mankind. Through different sub-themes, Expo 2010 will create blueprints for future cities and harmonious urban life styles, providing an extraordinary educational and entertaining platform for visitors of all nations:

l  Blending of diverse cultures in the city

l  Economic prosperity in the city

l  Innovations of science and technology in the city

l  Remodelling of communities in the city

l  Interactions between urban and rural areas

Emblem: The emblem, depicting the image of three people-you, me, him/her holding hands together, symbolizes the big family of mankind.

Mascot: Created from a Chinese character meaning people, the mascot “Haibao” embodies the character of Chinese culture.

Promotion: The Organizer of Expo 2010 Shanghai China will promote the 2010 event around the world via large events, public relations, media coverage and promotional items by following five phase: improving awareness, raising interest calling for participation, reinforcing image and establishing continuity.



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