Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

by jessica on April 25, 2013

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall was completed in the beginning of 2000 and opening to the public in 25th February 2000. It is an AAAA level attraction whose floor space is 4000 square meters, building area 20,670 square meters and building height 43.3 meters and a more than one hundred meters long residents Leisure Street.

The modeling design of the main body of the pavilion building gets its inspiration from the gates of traditional Chinese form, and the structure schema which is symmetrical to center cleverly echo with the Chinese traditional aesthetics thought and modern sense that intelligently reflects the harmonious aesthetic feeling in the same building. Its top implies the blooming Shanghai city flower—Michelin Alba. Besides, the reticular structure for the building integrates the blue sky and the white clouds together. The building won the 2000 Shanghai “white magnolia prize” and national building highest honor award “Luban” award.

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

Features of the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall mainly are its professionalism, infotainment enjoyment and a combination of history and the future, which gives a person with infinite daydream. Majestic momentum, the decoration style of the big, modern first-class high-tech means of the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall vividly deduces the vicissitudes of life change there and shows the beautiful today in Shanghai and the bright prospects for the future. The Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall plays an important role on displaying the city theme, spreading the urban culture, promoting the spiritual civilization, showing the social effect and looking forward to the future development.

Travel information: 1) Opening time: 9:00 a.m. -17: 00 p.m. everyday from Tuesday to Sunday and closed on Monday; 2) Ticket price: 30 RMB/adult; 3) Ways to go there: take the Metro line 1, 2, 8 and the city buses no. 49, 123, 46 and also take the tunnel line 6.

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