Shanghai Science and Technology Museum Station

Shanghai Science And Technology Museum Station

anghai Science and Technology Museum (simplified Chinese: 上海科技馆站; traditional Chinese: 上海科技館站; pinyin: Shànghǎi Kējì Guǎn Zhàn) is the name of a station on Shanghai Metro Line 2. It features the large underground AP Plaza shopping mall. Eastbound it is the 4th station in Pudong, after Lujiazui and Dongchang Rd, and Century Avenue.

The station is linked directly to the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum.

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