China Pavilion, one of the best-loved pavilions of Shanghai Expo, will reopen to tourists on December 1st, 2010, according to a press conference held in Shanghai yesterday.
Known as Oriental Crown, China Pavilion attracted 10 million visitors during the 186-day Shanghai Expo.
As the Shanghai Expo Committee had scheduled, China Pavilion, together with other four permanent pavilions (Expo Axis, Expo Themed Pavilions, Expo Center and Expo Performance Center), would not be tore down like the other pavilions, but close for one month for essential maintaining work and then reopen to the public from December 1st,2010 to May 31st, 2011.
09:00-17:00, every day except Mondays (from December 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011).
Note: The ticket selling and entry will be ceased at 16:00 every day.
There are two types of tickets: Regular Admission (20 RMB); Special Admission (15 RMB).
Special Admission tickets are only available to the disables, senior citizens (born before December 31, 1951), students, children (whose height is more than 1.2 meters) and soldiers.
Children less than 1.2 meters high are free to enter the pavilion in adult's company.
Notice: Valid IDs are required upon ticket purchase and entry; one ticket per person, valid for one entry on the day of admission.
1. Individual Ticketing: Individual visitor could only buy tickets at the Book Office at the Pudong South Road (near the No.1 and No.4 subway exit of Yaohua Road). And the office time is from 08:45 to 16:00.
2. Group Ticketing: if visitors want to book tickets (more than 30 tickets), they should downlown a form from the Shanghai Expo official office (http://cp.expo2010). They will able to take the special quick passage to China Pavilion.
Buses: You can take No.82, No.177, No.454, No.576, No.734, No.786, No.974, No.978, No.974 or No.981 bus to get to the entrance.
Subways: You can take the No.7 or No.8 Subway and get off at the Yaohua Road station to enter the park and the pavilion.
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