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New Year's Eve Fireworks On The Bund

With 360 degree views of the Bund and Pudong, your new year celebration from hotel room or TOPS rooftop bar will be a memorable year-changing experience.

2

Shanghai Tourism Festival

Held every year from the third Saturday of September to October 16, this tourism festival showcases all the city has to offer visitors. The perfect setting for visitors and foreigners to learn more about Chinese culture and history, Shanghai Tourism Festival features a number of traditional and non-traditional entertainment programmes held at different venues all across the city.

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Mid-Autumn Festival

One of China's most celebrated holidays, the Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. Chinese legend has it that the moon is roundest and brightest on this day.