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Shanghai Expo Park

Shanghai Expo Park


Shanghai Expo Park (simplified Chinese: 上海世博公园; traditional Chinese: 世博公園; pinyin: Shìbo Gōngyuán) is the park in the city of Pudong Shanghai. It is situated in Pudong New Area. It is located near the Mercedes-Benz_Arena_(Shanghai).

Contents

  • Events 1
  • Features 2
  • Transportation 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Events

It hosted the Shanghai Expo 2010[1] and Strawberry Music Festival 2012. The park is close to Huangpu River, next to Mercedes-Benz_Arena_(Shanghai) & the Expo Axis in Shanghai's Pudong New Area.

Photowalking in Shanghai Expo Park, PudongShanghai.

Features

The park includes the Expo Stage, and visitors can walk and travel along the Huang Pu riverside. The park's landscaping combines Western and Chinese gardening styles. Well known places in Expo Park include the cranes, the wetland and the lotus pond.

Transportation

Expo Park is best reached by taking Line 8, Shanghai Metro on the Shanghai Metro to Yaohua Road Station.


References

  1. ^ China Rules the World at Expo 2010



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