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World EXPO 2010 Shanghai

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World EXPO 2010 Shanghai China is a great event to explore the full potential of urban life in the 21st century and a significant period in urban evolution.  Being the first World Exposition on the theme of city. Exposition 2010 will attract 200 nations and international organisations taking part in the exhibition, about 70 million visitors from home and abroad, making it the largest world expo in history, with focus on the theme "Better City, Better Life".

World Expo 2010 Shanghai China is the occasion for China to bring the world at home, and for the world to feel at home in China.
With a total area of 5.28 sq kmIt covers, it spans both sides of the Huangpu River. There are five functional zones marked A, B, C, D and E respectively.

Five Functional Zones of World EXPO 2010 Shanghai

Zone A will host China Pavilion and national pavilions for Asian countries except Southeast Asian ones.
Zone B will host national pavilions of Southeast Asian and Oceanian countries, Pavilions for International Organizations, Theme Pavilions, Expo Centre and Performance Centre.
Zone C will host European, American and African national pavilion clusters. A large public amusement park of about 10 hectares will be built at the entrance.
Zone D is located to the west of the Expo Boulevard in the Puxi Section. The land is one of the original places of modern Chinese national industry and the site of the Jiangnan Shipyard.
Zone E located to the east of the Expo Boulevard in the Puxi Section, will host stand-alone corporate pavilions, Urban Civilization Pavilion, Urban Exploration Pavilion and the Urban Best Practices Area.

Types of the Expo Tickets & Costs of World EXPO 2010 Shanghai: the mascot of 2010 Shanghai Expo

- Peak Day single day admission ( 200 RMB )
- Peak Day special admission ( 120 RMB )
- Standard Day single day admission ( 160 RMB )
- Standard Day special admission ( 100 RMB )
- 3 day admission ( 300 RMB )
- 7 day admission ticket and evening admission. ( 900 RMB )
- Evening Admission ( 90 RMB ) Peak Day refers to China Labor's Day (May 1st-3rd, 2010), National Day (October 1st - 7th, 2010) and Expo Ending Week (October 25th - 31st, 2010), totally 17 days.Standard Day refers to all visiting days (167 days in total) except for Peak Days during the Expo.

Visiting Tips

Vistors of World Expo 2010 Shanghai should take valid IDs or passorts along with them because valid IDs are required upon the entries.Visitor will have to get off the tour bus at an appointed parking area and walk to the Expo Gate. Electric car are limited and only available to VIP visitors. The Park covers an area of 5 square kilometers and every day about 400, 000 visitors will enter the Park. Seven water-way entrances will be opened for visitors' admission. Beside the Expo gate on land, visitors also can enter the Expo Park via water-way by taking the Expo ferries. Visitors are forbidden to bring bottled beverages into the Park. Only 1 day, you can't visit all of the Pavillions, but you can choose those that you are interested in. If you have enough time, 3 days visiting will be a very good choice.

Hotel Luggage Depository:

Due to the consideration of safty, during the period of World Expo 2010 Shanghai, after your check out, your luggages will not be allowed to deposit at the hotel lobby.


World EXPO 2010 Shanghai Tour

With focus on the theme "Better City, Better Life", as the largest world expo in history, the tour to World EXPO 2010 Shanghai will leave a deep impression to every visitor.