Location ： Located along East-1 Zhongshan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China.
With a total length of 1.5 kilometers, the Bund, which has extraordinary significance for Shanghai is located on the bank of the Huangpu River. It starts from the Shiliupu Pier on the south and ends up with the Waibaidu Bridge to the north, facing the Huangpu River on the east and 52 buildings in different Chinese and western style on the west. It is widely regarded as the "Exhibition of World Architecture”.
Fengjing Water Town
Location ： No.28, Lane 8588 Tingfeng Highway, Jinshan District, Shanghai
Ancient Town of Fengjing is located in the southwestern corner of Shanghai. It is a typical water town in the southern Yangtze with profound significance of history and culture. There are 52 bridges on the crisscrossing water-ways in the town, among which, the oldest one is Zhihe Bridge built in Yuan Dynasty with a history of nearly 700 years. The green water, low houses and the boats moving slowly on the river make up a tranquil and picturesque water town, in contrast to vigorous and energetic Shanghai.
Porsche Experience Centre Shanghai
Location ： 2000 Yining Road, Jiading Shanghai（Shanghai International Circuit）
Located at the world-famous Shanghai International Circuit, just a short drive from the heart of Shanghai, the Porsche Experience Centre Shanghai is an ideal venue for hosting exclusive events, with the guarantee of Porschestandard quality. Offering a wide range of flexible spaces and state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, the Porsche Experience Centre Shanghai allows you to combine business with pleasure, plus the exciting option to add a tailored driving programme to your event.
The old Shikumen-style buildings of the early 20th century in Xin Tian Di, with their red blocks and grey tiles, will bring you back to life in the old Shanghai as if in a time travel. You feel you are transported back in time, but culturally and historically imbued old homes have been turned into a hive of activity for diners,shoppers and entertainment and leisure seekers. Once you step into a door, the ambience of modernity is just overwhelming.
The Shanghai Museum of Glass maintains the basic structure of the site’s existing factory, expressing its original details and creating a highly artistic and interactive space. To highlight the building’s previous function as a glass factory, there are several feature areas, including the Kaleidoscope Entrance, Corridor of History, House of Glass and the Jewelry Box.
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