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Changfeng Ocean World
Changfeng Ocean World is located in Putuo district.It is an international standard ocean world incorporating both a South American themed aquarium and a 2,000 seater indoor Beluga Whale Show Stadium. This new and modern indoor aquarium offers visitors a glimpse of life on the ocean floor. There are over 10,000 marine animals from over 300 different species.Schools of colorful fish are viewed against a backdrop of themes, such as a sunken pirate ship, mountain ... more
Great World
The Great World Entertainment Centre, facing onto the wide intersection of Yanan Road and Xizang Road, was the biggest and most famous entertainment complex of old Shanghai, with simultaneous all-day performances of music, films, opera, magic, with a host of ancillary attractions available, including brothels and fortune-tellers. It was a multi-media complex decades before the phrase was coined. Located on Yangjingbang West Street in the former French concession, ... more
Hongkou Football Stadium
Hongkou Football Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Shanghai. Located in Hongkou District, the stadium has a capacity of 33,060 people. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium was re-built in 1999 over the previous 46-year-old Hongkou Stadium. It hosted the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup. It's home to the Shanghai Shenhua football club. ... more
Jiangwan Stadium
Jiangwan Stadium is located in the eastern part of Shanghai. When completed in 1935, known as Shanghai Stadium (上海市运动场), was the Far East's largest stadium. It was also well-known as a major construction of the Greater Shanghai planning in 1930s. The urban planning was for the establishment of a new Shanghai Civic Center planned and designed by Chinese in a Greater Shanghai beyond the foreign concessions. The stadium features Chinese neo-classical ... more
Paramount
The Paramount Ballroom was the largest and a notorious ballroom in the old Shanghai. It was constructed in 1933 by a group of Chinese bankers in the style of Art Deco and was a meeting place for wealthy elite of Shanghai society. The Ballroom lasted under its original owners before going bankrupt in 1936. In 1937, it was converted into a taxi dance hall featuring Chinese dance hostesses, which it remained until 1949. Now, at night, the domed roof of this art-deco ... more
Shanghai Circus World
The Shanghai Circus World is located on Gong He Xin Road and is moved from the former Acrobatic Hall of Shanghai. The Circus World is a ball shape building and is a professional and modern place on acrobatics, magic and circus performances. It covers the area of 22,500 square meters and owns 1672 seats of its main stage. Acrobatics is one of the most favorite traditional performances for Chinese. Every night, a luxury acrobatic show ERA is performed there. ... more
Shanghai Concert Hall
Shanghai Concert Hall was founded in 1930, originally named Nanking Theater, was Shanghai’s first venue for foreign film and was one of the few buildings of its era designed by a Chinese architect. Known for its excellent acoustics, the theatre has been used as a venue for symphony orchestras since 1959, and then it was named Shanghai Concert Hall till today. The hall can accommodate 1,122 seats, 640 on the ground floor and 482 on the second floor. The stage is ... more
Shanghai Grand Theatre
The Shanghai Grand Theatre is located at the northern part of the People's Square in Huangpu District, Shanghai. With its unique style and beautiful outlook, the theatre has become a representative building in Shanghai. With a total construction area of 62,803 square meters and a total height of 40 meters, the Shanghai Grand Theatre has 10 storeys, two for underground, two for lofts and six on the ground which could hold nearly 4,000 people. .The building was ... more
Shanghai International Circuit
Located in Jiading District and neighboring Shanghai International Automobile City, Shanghai International Circuit (SIC) is 30 kilometers to the city center. SIC covers a total area of 5.3 square kilometers, among which the car racing area amounts to about 2.5 square kilometers. At present, SIC has hosted a series of world-class motor racing events including F1 and MotoGP. ... more
Shanghai Oriental Art Center
Designed by famed French architect, Paul Andreu, the Shanghai Oriental Art Center occupies 40,000 square meters in the Pudong New Area. The futuristic building was designed to look like five petals of a blossoming butterfly orchid, each petal belonging in turn to the entrance hall, the Performance Hall, the Concert Hall, the Exhibition Hall, and the Opera Hall. Enhancing the effect, roof is inlaid with hundreds of high-tech lights whose colors change with the music being ... more
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