Situated in the middle of China’s east coastline, Shanghai is a gate to the Yangtze River valley. Shanghai has a delightful climate with four distinct seasons. The average temperature of the year is 15.7 oC and the yearly precipitation is 1,200 mm. It is the largest economic and trade centre in the country and a comprehensive industrial base. Shanghai Port is the leading port in China. It is an open city along the coast, as well as a famous historical and cultural city.
Shanghai is an ideal "shopping paradise"; Nanjing Road, known as "China’s No.1 Street", the reconstructed Huaihai Road, Jinling Road, East, North Sichuan Road, the Yuyuan Garden shopping and tourist area, the Ever Bright City Commercial Centre, Xujiahui Commercial Centre, and Zhangyang Road Commercial Centre in Pudong are packed with rows of shops arrayed with large collections of merchandise that are a feast to the eyes and meet the demands of different classes of domestic and foreign customers.
Shanghai is also a paradise for gourmets. There are over a thousand restaurants serving the famous 16 styles of Chinese food, such as Beijing, Sichuan, Guangdong, Yangzhou, Fujian, etc. There are also French, Russian, Italian, English, German, Japanese, Indian and other kinds of foreign flavored cuisines, genuine Muslim food and vegetarian food. In Shanghai you can have a taste of all the different kinds of food in the world. Shanghai is well developed in communications in air, land and sea, which render tourists with fast, efficient and quality service.
Famous Sight Spots in Shanghai:
Hannover Milano Fairs Shanghai Ltd.
301 B&Q Pudong Office Tower
393 Yinxiao Rd, Pudong
Tel: (86) 21 5045 6700
Fax: (86) 21 5045 9355