Geographic Location: Shanghai Museum is located south of the central fountain at People's Square, No.201, People's Avenue, Huangpu District.
Introduction: Shanghai Museum (New Museum) is a large museum of ancient Chinese art with an exhibition area of 2,800 square meters. There are 120,000 precious cultural relics, especially bronzes, ceramics, calligraphy, and paintings. The collections are diversified with superb quality and good reputation both at home and abroad. Shanghai Museum is known as one of the four museums in China with Beijing Museum, Nanjing Museum and Xi'an Museum.
Geographic Location: It is the central area of Shanghai, east from Zhongshan No.1 Road, north from Garden Bridge of Shanghai, south to East Jinling Road and Huangpu River.
Introduction: The Bund is the most famous landscape of the oriental metropolis Shanghai, and a "must" for tourists to Shanghai. With Huangpu River in the east, 52 buildings of the Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque, Chinese and western styles, the Bund is known as the "the exotic building cluster". The Bund has very rich cultural connotations because of its unique geographical location and influence on Shanghai and China in the economic field over the past century.
Shanghai Science and Technology Museum is located at No. 2000, Century Avenue, Huamu administrative and cultural center, Pudong in Shanghai, China. It is a science education-based museum themed on "Nature • People • Science and Technology". Shanghai Science and Technology Museum covers an area of 68,000 square meters, construction area of 98,000 square meters, with a total investment of 1.5 billion Yuan. It is co-designed by the U.S. RTKL International Ltd. and Shanghai Institute of Architectural Design. Shanghai Science and Technology Museum held the Ninth APEC Informal Leadership Meeting on October 21, 2001 and was open to visitors on December 18, 2001.