Rebirth of Shanghai slaughterhouse
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As a leading architectural icon in Shanghai, reminiscent of the art deco style once prominent across the metropolis, 1933 Shanghai Slaughterhouse stands out from the crowd for MICE activities.
The cutting-edge architecture includes 26 sky bridges, narrow spiral staircases, twisting ramps and over 300 Gothic columns spread over an expansive 31,700-sq-m site. As the name implies, this venue was the leading slaughterhouse in East Asia during the 1930s. Ninety years later, it is one of the most in-demand places for food and beverages, events and product presentations.
The building’s ‘Gotham City’ appearance has been used as a backdrop in many films and this atmospheric environment provides unique dining and meeting space.