Initially, I planned a three-day World Expo tour but, due to legality status which I would get into detail about it in the future, I only had one-day World Expo tour. In fact, it took me around 6 hours to finish 5 sites with just sightseeing and walking. No queuing or whatsoever.
Site C consists of North & South American pavilions as well as European countries pavilions. Hope I am not getting this wrong. This site is considered as the most crowded site.
I have a friend working inside this pavilion and was hoping he could get me in through VIP lane. However, I could not reach him as he was busy and so, I left the place. However, it was said that the USA almost was not able to come due to financial problems. Therefore, it will be great to have a look.
You have to queue to enter this kite forest.
They said you can see Cirque du Soleil who’s fantastic. No idea who that is as I did not enter the pavilion.
They said it’s a well inside. You should check it out, perhaps?
One of the beautiful pavilions (imho). Don’t forget to check out Romania Pavilion. I think I missed it.
If you were able to look carefully, the building was made of transparent concrete! Awesome, ya?
No doubt, this is the most beautiful, creative and unique pavilion. However, it is a disappointment in the inside or so I heard.
This pavilion looks interesting, alright. However, there is nothing much you could do other than walking around.
This pavilion is one of my students’ favourite. They said there are a lot of interactive exhibits and that you must beware of pickpockets who may steal your wallet or camera or both.
They hold large scale weddings for free. Anyone interested?
It’s cable cars are its main attraction.
People said it is a must see so, remember to join the queue here. It won’t be short so be well-prepared.
This pavilion was officially opened last year and if you are into sky-diving, this is a place for you as they provide such entertainment to people.
It was said that the services and exhibits are all first rated as the northern Europeans do not lack funds. Worth the queue, I guess.
There are 500 bikes provided for you to take a ride. It’s interesting though so, no harm queuing.
I know there should be more pavilions in site C to see but you see, some pavilions are still under construction. By right, August-September would be the perfect months to go for the expo.
Why not July-August?
It’s China’s summer break and you should know the scale of China’s population, don’t you? And Shanghai, itself, is already very populated. It’s going to be horrible; the place, the queue.