SHANGHAI

CULTURE

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Shanghai has lots to offer for both first-timers and re-visitors. What are the Top 20 attractions in Shanghai? Shanghai has become a paradise for both shoppers and diners. Shanghai is studded with restaurants from time-honored eateries to a vast assortment of restaurants serving French, Italian and Japanese cuisine. Famous dishes from every major school of Chinese cooking are served at old villa restaurants.
 
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China Art Museum

Housed in the China Pavilion of the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, China Art Museum features 27 exhibition halls measuring 64,000 square meters in area as well as such facilities as theater, conference hall and library. The 559-square-meter dining zone offers coffee, Western fast food and tea.
Displaying the collections of art from state-owned art organizations on a permanent basis, China Art Museum sheds interesting light on the origin and evolution of Chinese contemporary and modern art. At the same time, by working with the fine arts community of China, it collects and displays the works of art that are the post children of China's highest artistic creation, and also by working with the world's famous art museums, displays the contemporary and modern art treasures from other countries.
China Art Museum is a massive fine arts museum that makes for collection, display, exchanges, research and education. Here, visitors will be taken onto an eye-opening tour of the finest art creations by Chinese artists around the world.
  • 161 Shangnan Road
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  • 4009219021
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  • China Art Museum Station,Subway Line 8                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
 
 
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Shanghai Museum

China’s largest ancient art museum has a mind-boggling collection of 120,000 precious exhibits including bronze, pottery, porcelain, calligraphy and painting. Opened in 1952, the museum used to be housed in the building of old Shanghai’s horse racing club on West Nanjing Road. In October of 1959, it moved into a building on Middle Henan Road. In 1992, the local government made the decision to build the facility for Shanghai Musuem ideally located in People’s Square. No admisstion ticket is required for a visit.
  • 201 Renmin Avenue (close to Wushegn Road)
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  • 021-63723500 
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  • People's Square Station, Subway Line 1/2/8
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