5 – 8 December 2023
Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC), China
The National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) is a large exhibition center with a total construction area of 1.47 million square meters. The facade of the NECC building draws inspiration from a mellow and auspicious “four-leaf clover” with the Commercial Plaza acting as the central core and the exhibition halls as the leaves. Blending with many Chinese elements and design concept of symmetry axis layout, it is one of the landmark buildings in Shanghai.
The NECC consists of exhibition halls, the NECC Plaza, office buildings and a high-end brand hotel. It is an iconic venue which was selected by major national and international conferences and exhibitions.
National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai)
333 Songze Avenue, Shanghai, China
Postal code: 201702
Take the Shanghai Metro Line 2, get off at the Xujingdong stop and use Exit 4, 5 or 6.
NECC (Shanghai Hongqiao) is only 1.5 km from the Hongqiao Airport Terminal and about 60 km from Pudong International Airport. The venue can be reached by taking the airport buses and the Metro.
NECC (Shanghai Hongqiao) is 1.5 km from Hongqiao Railway Station and can be directly reached by taking Metro Line 2.
Bus No. 865, 706, 3 or 776
By Car in the Yangtze River Delta:
Visitors from Hangzhou, Ningbo and Suzhou can take G60, G2 and other highways to G15 Shenhai Expressway > Songze Avenue ramp > Songze Avenue (NECC North Gate) or Songze Avenue > Zhuguang Road > Yinggang East Road to reach the venue.
Shanghai, the trade and financial centre of China, is an ideal port located in the central-eastern part of the country. With over 700 hundred years of history, the city comprises both Eastern and Western architecture and culture.
Puxi (west of the Huangpu River) wins the attraction of many visitors because of its characteristic 19th century constructions built along the coast by the American, British, French, Japanese, and Italian. The old town was built with multi-national architecture which today has been turned into shopping centres, restaurants, cafes and bars that everyone must visit. Pudong (east of the Huangpu River) shows the modern part of China where international banks and businesses have gathered, and buildings such as skyscrapers and new residential estates are being built.
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