Rebirth of Shanghai slaughterhouse
Tailored to your desires
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.
MEETINGS AND INCENTIVES DETAILS
6 pm – 10 pm
Gentlemen are allowed to wear proper/non-ripped denims, chinos or suit paints with a shirt or dressed-up T-shirt; no ties. There is no formal dress code for ladies yet a degree of polish is preferable, such as a blazer or jewellery. Flats or heels are acceptable.
We reserve the right to make necessary changes to the programme in case of unfavourable weather conditions or situations where we are forced to make alterations to guarantee the safety of our guests.