Destination: Shanghai

Set some time aside to explore this truly exotic city with its dynamic mix of ancient and modern culture.

Dear Breakbulk Asia Delegates: Welcome to Breakbulk Asia 2019! Thank you for your support and participation in this event! We are preparing for this event and hope to bring you the best experience of the exhibition. Meanwhile, as a native Shanghainese, I’d like to share with you some of my favorite restaurants and the must-see sights around Shanghai. Looking forward to welcoming you in Shanghai!  

1. The Bund (pictured above)
The Bund is a mile-long stretch of waterfront promenade along the Huangpu River. To the west, stand 52 buildings of various architectural styles, including Gothic, baroque, and neoclassical. It is often referred to as “the museum of buildings.” Roaming among the architectural complexes, you’ll have a better under-standing of the century-long charm of this city. No visit to Shanghai is complete without a stroll along the Bund.
Beside the Huangpu River, Huangpu District, Shanghai
Distance from SWEECC: 8.8 KM, 23 minute drive

2. Yuyuan Garden
Yuyuan Garden is Shanghai’s largest ancient garden with Ming and Qing architectural styles. The garden has six areas, each with its own style. The Grand Rockery, in the center of the Garden, is the most renowned sight. Near the garden is the Old City God Temple, surrounded by streets filled with snack vendors and shops.
218 Anren Street, Huangpu District, Shanghai
Distance from SWEECC: 9.3 KM, 22 minute drive

3. Xin Tian Di
Shanghai Xin Tian Di has become an urban attraction that holds the historical and cultural legacies of the city. It is a fashionable pedestrian street composed of Shikumen and modern architecture style. When you walk into it, you will get the taste of both Shanghai in the 1920s and the modern lifestyle of today’s urbanites.
123 Xingye Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
Distance from SWEECC: 7.1 KM, 24 minute drive

4. Shanghai Disney Resort
Shanghai Disney Resort is a themed resort in Pudong, Shanghai. It is the first Disney park resort in mainland China and the second in Greater China, after the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort. The resort opened on June 16, 2016, so this is a nearly brand new attraction in Shanghai.
Huangzhao Rd, Chuanshaxinzhen, Pudong New Area, Shanghai
Distance from SWEECC: 24.6 KM, 34 minute drive

5. Shanghai Village
Shanghai Village is located in the Shanghai International Tourism and Resorts Zone, which includes the Shanghai Disney Resort. It is defined by a distinctive offer of international, fashion and lifestyle brands and by an authentic European shopping experience, consistent with the nine Villages by Value Retail in Europe.
88 Shendi East Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai
Distance from SWEECC: 26.2 KM, 38 minute drive

6. Nanjing Road
Nanjing Road is considered to be the ‘No. 1 commercial street in China’, which has been a landmark for this city for a long time. Here, you can purchase just about everything you want from special and cheap souvenirs to  luxurious world-famous brands.
Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, Nanjing Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
Distance from SWEECC: 10 KM, 32 minute drive


Yang’s Dumpling
It is a small but popular fried dumpling shop serving pan fried pork bun or Sheng jian bao, a Shanghainese Chinese dish with secret recipe. They have over 20 locations in Shanghai and are opening others all the time. ​
1st Floor, Building 3, 218 Changli Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai

Jesse Restaurant
This cramped little restaurant is widely recognised as the best Shanghainese restaurant. Many locals bring visitors here for a taste of old school Shanghainese food.
41 Tianping Lu Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai

Grandma’s Home
All the dishes offered here are very typical, home-cooked style Chinese dishes.
Zone 5, B, 5B08, River Mall, No. 168 Shangnan Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai

Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant (pictured above)
Nanxiang steamed bun became famous everywhere for its thin skin, plenty of stuffing and delicious broth. The restaurant has branches in many Asian countries.
85 Yuyuan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai

Lu Bo Lang
The Yuyuan Gardens and Bazaar is a popular tourist destination in Shanghai. After exploring the intricacies of the garden and haggling with the shopkeepers for souvenirs, what better place to have lunch than the Lu Bo Lang Restaurant located in the Old Town God’s Temple?
115 Yuyuan Road, City God Temple, Huangpu District, Shanghai

Ye Olde Station Restaurant
Formerly known as the Virgin Mary Convent, the restaurant is situated in a church building with over 90 years of history. Award-winning Shanghai local cuisine surrounded by traditional architecture and decoration is surely a special dining experience.
1177 Biyun Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai


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