Travel information | P-MEC China

Secure your accommodation in Shanghai

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What I need to do?

1. To secure accommodation in Shanghai, you can select from one of the Official Hotel Service provider below to book the hotel.

2. For further terms & conditions, please check our options below: 

Option 1: Orient

Option 2: Booking.com

Invitation Letter for Visa Application

Invitation Letter CPhI China 2017

What you need to do?

  1. Do not leave your invitation letter application to the very last minute.
  2. Click on the link below to access your invitation letter application, fill and submit the form
  3. Important: Deadline to submit your application is 19 May 2017

Please note: It takes usually 2 weeks to get an invitation letter

Opening Hours

Tuesday, 20 June:       09:30 - 18:00
Wednesday, 21 June:   09:00 - 18:00
Thursday, 22 June:      09:00 - 15:30

Local Time in Shanghai

Practical Information when in Shanghai

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Where to eat in Shanghai

Along with thousands years of history and culture, Chinese cuisine has its own unique variety of taste. There are many special dishes apart you can taste from the popular Peking duck when in China. You will be amazed by how many available choices of food from the fresh Steamed Crab, Cheese Butter lobster to the exquisite Pigeon-Egg Dumplings. Plus it is definitely a must to try some Shanghai snacks such as Eyebrow-Shaped Shortcake, Crab-brown Baked Cake, Nanxiang Steamed Buns.Have a peek at our Top 5 recommended restaurants while you are in Shanghai!

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Where to go in Shanghai

Shanghai is one of the biggest city on earth with more than 24 million people, conveniently located on the central coast of China. Not only is Shanghai a global financial hub, but it is also well known for its charming tourist attractions such as Yu Garden, the Bund, Oriental Pearl Tower, Longhua Temple and many more await for your adventure. Please find out more at our map!

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Speak like a local – Useful Phrases

When abroad it’s always useful to know some practical phrases whether you want to greet someone, order a food or just thank to someone. We have prepared a short list of phrases for you, so check it out here.

English                                              Chinese

  1. Hi                                                     Nǐhǎo
  2. How are you?                                  Nǐhǎo ma?
  3. Very good                                        Hěn hǎo
  4. Thank you                                       Xièxie