Arrival & stay

Here you will find all information you need for your arrival and stay in Shanghai during Music China.

Getting to the fairground


The Shanghai New International Expo Centre is located in the Pudong business district of Shanghai, just 50 minutes from the Pudong International airport.

There is a public traffic interchange for bus and metro, named “Longyang Road Station”, located at Longyan Road. It takes about 10 min to walk from the station to fairground.

From Pudong Int'l Airport

By taxi: 45 min (RMB120)

By Transrapid Maglev: 7 min (RMB50/trip, RMB80/return trip)
(from Pudong International Airport to Longyang Road, drop off at Longyang Road Station, operate between 0830 – 1730)

By Airport Line Bus No. 3: 40 min (RMB 20)
(From Pudong Int'l Airport to Renaissance Yangtze Shanghai Hotel, drop off at Longyang Rd. Station)


From downtown
By taxi: 50 min (RMB50)
By Subway (Metro Line 2, drop off at Longyang Rd. Station): 20 min (RMB3-4/trip); or (Metro Line 7, drop off at Huamu Rd. Station,  Entrance no. 1 or 5): 35 min (RMB3-4/trip)

From Shanghai Railway Station
By taxi: 50 min (RMB 50)
By Subway (Metro Line 1 interchange to Line 2, drop off at Longyang Rd. Station): 30 min (RMB4-5/trip)

Bus Lines (please drop off at Longyang Road Station unless otherwise specified)

Bus No. 983: Lujiazui – SNIEC
Bus Da Qiao No. 5: Fudan University – Zhangjiang High-Tech Park
Bus Da Qiao No. 6: Shanghai Jiaotong University (Xu Jia Hui Area) – Zhangjiang High-Tech Park
Fang Chuan Line: Fangxie Road – Pudong International Airport
Shen Jiang Line: Changyi Road – Sifan Residence
Airport Line No.3: Renaissance Yangtze Shanghai Hotel – Pudong International Airport

45 min (RMB120)    from Pudong Int'l Airport
50 min (RMB  50)    from downtown
50 min (RMB  50)    from Shanghai Railway Station

** time and taxi fare are for reference only.  **


Recommended hotels

hotel accommodation

Official travel agent:

Shanghai Vision Expo & Meeting Solutions Co Ltd
Tel: +86 21 5481 6051 / 5481 6052
Fax: +86 21 5481 6032

Travel tips

travel centre

The National Health Commission has announced that the restrictions put in place to prevent new coronavirus infections will be lifted as of January 8, 2023. Moreover, beginning November 1, 2023, individuals entering or exiting the country will no longer have to fill out a health declaration card, including passengers.

The overview of entry restrictions provided is for reference only. Various restriction measures may be subject to change at any time. Please refer to the latest information announced by the Chinese government for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

Visa application


Please note that all travelers must have a valid entry visa to enter China. Make sure to check that your travel companions have also obtained the necessary Chinese visas.

For more information and assistance, please consult the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate.

To date, the People's Republic of China has signed visa exemption agreements with over 150 countries.

For short-term travel, passport holders usually do not need to apply for a visa in advance.

To find out if you are eligible for visa exemption, please refer to the CVASC website.

Step by step application guide

Click here for specific visa application instructions.

For further details, notices and announcements, please contact your nearest application service centre (

Invitation letter application

Please contact our Official Travel Agent for an Invitation Letter for your visa application.

Shanghai Vision Expo & Meeting Solutions Co Ltd
Ms Ealcie Gao
Unit 703, New Caohejing Building,
509 Caobao Road, Shanghai 200233, China
Tel: +86 21 5481 6051 ext. 808
Fax: +86 21 5481 6032

Do & dine in Shanghai


Music China takes place in Shanghai, China's most modern and dynamic metropolis. A city steeped in history and culture, Shanghai has it all – historic sights, fantastic shopping, exotic cuisine and night-time entertainment.

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