The 4th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB2015)
August 18th - 21st, 2015, Shanghai, China
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Group Tour
Brief Schedule (Pending):

Aug. 18th: Depart from Royalton Hotel at 19:00 to the Bund, and will be back to the hotel at 21:00.
Aug. 19th: Depart from Royalton Hotel at 18:00 to the Bund, the cruise Huangpu River, and will be back to the hotel at 21:00.
Aug. 21st: Depart from Royalton Hotel at 7:00 to Zhujiajiao Ancient Town →have lunch at Shanghai Classical Hotel→the Oriental Pearl TV Tower →the Old City God's Temple, and then back to the hotel.

Introductions of the scenic spots

The Bund
The Bund is a significant attraction and one of most famous destinations worth traveling to in Shanghai. Fifty two buildings with gothic, Romanesque, or baroque styles line the narrow shoreline of the Huangpu River, mixing Chinese and Western architecture. It's also the best place to enjoy the night view of Shanghai.
Huangpu River Cruise
The Huangpu River (Huangpu Jiang) is the city's shipping artery both to the East China Sea and to the mouth of the Yangzi River, which the Huangpu joins 29km (18 miles) north of downtown Shanghai. It has also become a demarcating line between two Shanghais, east and west, past and future. On its western shore, the colonial landmarks of the Bund serve as a reminder of Shanghai's 19th-century struggle to reclaim a waterfront from the bogs of this river; on the eastern shore, the steel and glass skyscrapers of the Pudong New Area point to a burgeoning financial empire of the future. The Huangpu's wharves are the most fascinating in China. The port handles the cargo coming out of the interior from Nanjing, Wuhan, and other Yangzi River ports, including Chongqing, 2,415km (1,500 miles) deep into Sichuan Province. A ship ride on the Huangpu River is highly recommended: Not only does it provide unrivalled postcard views of Shanghai past and future, but it'll also afford you a closer look at this dynamic waterway that makes Shanghai flow.
Zhujiajiao ancient town
Located in a suburb of Shanghai city, Zhujiajiao is an ancient water town well-known throughout the country, with a history of more than 1700 years. Covering an area of 47 square kilometers, the little fan-shaped town glimmers like a bright pearl in the landscape of lakes and mountains. Endowed with another elegant name,'Pearl Stream', the little town is the best-preserved among the four ancient towns in Shanghai. Unique old bridges across bubbling streams, small rivers shaded by willow trees, and houses with courtyards attached all transport people who have been living amidst the hustle and bustle of the modern, big city to a brand-new world full of antiquity, leisure and tranquility.
The Oriental Pearl Tower
With a height of 468 meters, the Oriental Pearl Tower ranks the second highest structure in Asia and the fourth highest structure in the world. Located in Pudong's new Area and facing a row of buildings of variegated Western architectures in the Bund across the river, it has become the landmark of Shanghai.  With Nanpu and Huangpu Bridge to its left and right sides, respectively, it looks as though two dragons are playing with a pearl. Standing on the tower and having a bird's eye view of Shanghai, it will seen as though the entire city is made of building blocks, due to the amazing creativity of the architects. 
Shanghai World Financial Center
Shanghai World Financial Center is a super high skyscraper in the city as well as the highest in the mainland China with a height of 492 meters. It is a multifunctional office-based building combining offices, commerce, business, conferences, hotels, exhibitions and sightseeing. Embodies the concept of Vertical Garden City and incorporates the building company's vast know-how and experience, the project offers office space with cutting-edge specifications and all the expected functions of a world-class international financial center. The center is also a hub of culture and information, boasting sophisticated retail space, elegant conference facilities, most advanced security, and superior urban facilities within world's highest observatories, and a five-star luxury hotel- Park Hyatt Shanghai. Restaurants and cafes are set for various business needs, offering diverse kinds of dishes; the forum is Shanghai's most sought-after event venue for a wide range of top-tier events; the media center is a gateway linking Shanghai and the rest of the world; and the observatories are giant windows in the sky, providing a commanding view of the city and its future 
The Old City God's Temple
The Old City God's Temple (Laochenghuangmiao) is a major yet relatively inactive, Taoist temple in Shanghai. It is located in the area south of Yan'an Road on the Fangbang Zhong Road. During the Ming Dynasty, Zhangshouyue, the head of Shanghai County, dedicated a temple to the local city god. Since then, the City God's Temple has been destroyed several times and the current temple was built in 1926. During the the war of resistance against Japanese invasion during World War II, local merchants built a new City God's Temple in the Foreign Concession (between Lianyun Road and West Jinling Road). That area is now a high-rise residence building. The "former" temple is known as the Old City God's Temple. The Old City God's Temple and the enclose Yuyuan are not only famous tourist sites but also popular shopping attractions. There are boutiques, shops selling local specialties, as well as large jewelry stores, department stores and fabulous local snack restaurants to be found here.
The 4th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology
Contact Person: Linda Li
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Address: No. 1, Optical valley avenue, East Lake High-Tech Development Zone, Wuhan, Hubei, China