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Where can I buy Expo tickets?

Expo tickets can be purchased in four different ways.

1. Ticket outlets

China Mobile, China Telecom, Bank of Communications and China Post are authorized Expo ticket agents and tickets can be purchased from their branches throughout the country. Detailed information about these branches and overseas agents can be found at the official Expo ticket website.

2. Ticket websites

Tickets can also be purchased at the websites of the four corporations mentioned above.

3. Travel agents

China Travel Service:


Shanghai China Travel:


Shanghai Airlines:


Shanghai Spring:


Shanghai Jinjiang: 8008208286

4. Tele-ticketing

China Mobile:


China Telecom:


Bank of Communications: 95559/4008009888

China Post:


How do I get to Expo?

Shanghai has established an extensive public transportation network to and from Expo garden. Visitors can get to Expo via subway stations, ground entrances and river gateways.

Metro lines 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9 will stop at the Expo site, while line 13 will have a trunk line within the 5.28-square-kilometer site.

Of the eight ground entrances, three are in Puxi - Luban Road, South Xizang Road and Bansongyuan Road - while five are in Pudong (on the east side of the river) - Bailianjing, Gaokexi Road, Shangnan Road, Changqing Road and Houtan.

Water gateway entrances include four outside the Expo Garden - Dongchang Road, Qichangzhan, Shiliupu and Qinghuangdao Road - and three inside the Expo garden.

Editor: Feng Hui


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