This place is huge! Great convention centre although they need to turn up the aircon as it got really warm. Ensure you change lines at Longyang Road as it is quite a trek in 40 degree temperatures!
The FHC China 2012, The organisers who had the Culinary competition happeing, . The place was not set with opening time not in sync with our competition tinmings. The security personnals were to understanding with over 650 oarticipants spread over 3 days to be judged. We were given a shocker mentioning that sharp 5 P.M. all the power and doors... More
Thank you for organizing Jack as our tour guide in Shanghai.She was excellent guide and we enjoyed our time with her and learnt a lot about Shanghai and China
Though it is an efficient expo centre but unlike dusseldorf this did not have eating joints in all the halls. The eating places was in Hall 6 after crossing halls 1-5. The variety offered was also not much. There should be more restaurents at the expo. Also the organizers should look into taxi arrangements or buses arrangements particularly at the... More
NOT A TOURIST ATTRACTION. This is a huge place to hold conferences and expositions. I have to admit it is well designed to accommodate large amounts of people. The grounds itself is designed as one big triangle with a huge field in the middle. Various exhibition buildings are placed on the outer perimeter. There are plenty of washrooms and lots... More
As an expo it is a zero-star tourist attraction. But it is an OK expo with several McDonalds outlets + a good proximity to Kerry Hotel and Mall, where there is a good selection of international food.
One word to describe the Shanghai Expo 2010 .... A M A Z I N G .... So many people ... So many to see ... So many walking on foot But now it's already demolish what i heard :( I'm feeling very lucky to have opportunity to see the Shanghai Expo 2010. You can visit so many pavillion represent... More
Massive place. Well organised. Each pavilion had a help desk with English speaking staff and a searchable databass. Food inside is not great and expensive.
My husband, my mom and 3 kids(13,10,7) spent 4 days at the Expo from Sept 14-17 from 10.30am to 11pm each day. We managed to cover almost the entire site and visited 80+ 'countries' and a few of the corporate ones on the Puxi side of the river. The kids enjoyed zipping through each pavillion to collect the stamps for... More
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