The 3rd International Conference on New Energy and Future Energy System
The 3rd International Conference on New Energy and Future Energy System
August 21st - 24th, 2018, Shanghai, China
Attractions in Shanghai

Visitors to Shanghai are not only dazzled by the modern metropolis and gateway to a developing China, but are also able to immerse themselves in the unique Shanghai culture, a combination of Chinese and Western elements. Below are some of the most attractive attractions

Shanghai Huangpu River Night Cruise (夜游黄浦江)
The Bund is the cultural section of Shanghai that best represents the blending of ancient and modern influences. This renowned waterfront district is the city's most famous landmark. Local people honor the Huangpu River as Mother River, and as you view the lights and spectacle from the deck of your evening cruise, you will understand why.


The Oriental Pearl TV Tower (东方明珠电视塔)
The highest tower in Asia and the third highest tower in the world scans the cluster of modern buildings in Lujiazui on the bank of Huangpu River as well as the myriad classic foreign buildings on the Bund. The 468-meter high tower contains the base, 3 massive poles, the lower sphere, the middle sphere, the upper sphere and space capsule. Rocket up to the mid-level bubble for the eye-opening nightly views of the city in all its expanse and splendor.


Yu Garden (豫园)
This ancient property owned by a Ming dynasty official is the only Ming garden in the northern part of the Old City. Built in 1559, the 2-hectare garden has been around for over four centuries. It boasts over 40 ingeniously conceived, well laid out ancient buildings, which have interesting names like Iron Panther, Moon Tower and Hearing-Waves Pavilion.


Shanghai Wild Animal Park(上海野生动物园)
Shanghai Wild Animal Park is China's first state-level wild animal park and was built thanks to a cooperation between Shanghai Municipal People's Government and the State Forestry Administration. The park is home to over 200 types of representative and rare animals from around the world, with over 10,000 animals in total. These include giraffes, zebras, antelopes, and white rhinos, as well as Grade 1 National Key Protected Species such as pandas, golden snub-nosed monkeys, and golden takin.


Xintiandi (新天地)
Xintiandi, a modern leisure and entertainment neighborhood in downtown Shanghai, provides an interesting window on the city and the rest of the world, on city’s yesteryears, today and tomorrow. Galleries, designer clothing shops, theme eateries, cafés and bars are everywhere. Xintiandi is Shanghai’s new landmark. It is where tradition and modernity meet, a classy venue for urban slickers.


Shanghai Disneyland Park(上海迪士尼乐园)
As the sixth in the world and the first in mainland China, Shanghai Disneyland Park creates many records among the existing Disney parks. It has the tallest theme castle: the Enchanted Storybook Castle, the first garden-designed zone and the first pirate-themed garden. It also combines movie figures with Chinese elements, like the Chinese Zodiac Murals in the Gardens of Imagination. There are altogether six theme.
Mickey Avenue(米奇大街)

Once you enter Shanghai Disneyland Park, you will walk along Mickey Avenue and see the Steamboat Mickey Fountain right inside the gate. Mickey Mouse and his friends gather along the street welcoming visitors from all over the world. This place is also a busy bazaar. Tourists can select exquisite goods and enjoy tasty snacks while wandering around. The figures from the animated movies walk around the street. Visitors have a chance to hug them and take photos with these lovely friends.
Gardens of Imagination(奇想花园)

This is the first garden-designed Disney park in the world, with bridges and paths connecting seven themed areas. There is a unique viewing ladder for visitors to view castle stage plays and splendid night performances. Chinese Zodiac Murals in the Garden of the Twelve Friends turn the movie figures into the twelve animal signs. Guests can try to find their own zodiac signs on the wall and take photos with them. Merry-go-rounds and other entertaining facilities are also open to the public.
Adventure Isle(探险岛)

Adventure Isle takes visitors into a newfound ancient tribe. It is filled with mysterious feelings and hidden treasures. You can prove yourself a real adventurer in the Camp Discovery, finding traces of the lost tribe, or exploring natural scenes and ancient tales. Visitors who want to view the world can achieve this wish at Soaring over the Horizon. This will take you over the landmarks in every corner of the world. Roaring Rapids carries guests into the heartland of Adventure Isle. Drifting down the river on the rafts, you will pass through unknown places and rush into the gloomy caves, meeting giant mysterious monsters.
Treasure Cove(宝藏湾)

Treasure Cove is the first pirate-themed park in Disney Park with two giant pirate ships, one pirate restaurant and a water-play zone. Visitors will be stunned by the epic settings at Pirates of the Caribbean – Battle for the Sunken Treasure, which is an indoor drifting adventure facility. Captain Jack Sparrow will lead the players to steal the treasures of Davy Jones. During the journey, guests will encounter brave pirates, beautiful mermaids, and even the Krakens. There is an elaborate play, Eye of the Storm: Captain Jack's Stunt Spectacular, in the theater.

How to get to Disneyland Park Shanghai
1. Take metro line 11 and get off at Disneyland Park Station. Go out via Exit 1, and then walk for about 5 minutes to the park. It's advised to buy a return ticket upon arrival at the subway station to avoid the long queue in the evening.

2. Take bus line Pudong 50, Pudong 51 or Pudong 52 and get off at South Public Transit Hub. Then walk for about one mile (1.6 km) to the park or transfer to shuttle bus 2 or 3 in the resort.

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