The National Convention and Exhibition Center (Shanghai) has a total construction area of over 1.5 million square meters. It integrates exhibition, conference, activity, business, office and hotel, and is the largest exhibition venue in the world at present. The main building is one of the landmark buildings in Shanghai, which is shaped by the “four-leaf clover” and adopts the design concept of axis symmetry.
The National Convention and Exhibition Center (Shanghai) is located in the core hinterland of the Yangtze River Delta and in the west of the core area of Shanghai Hongqiao Business District. It is only 1.5 kilometers away from Hongqiao transportation hub. It is closely connected with Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station and Hongqiao Airport through air corridor, underground passage and Metro Line 2. The surrounding expressway network extends in all directions. It can reach major cities in the Yangtze River Delta in one to two hours, and can reach major economic cities in Asia Pacific in two to three hours by air.