The venue for the Conference and accommodation is Marriott Nanjing South Hotel, No. 1519 Shuanglong Avenue, Jiangning District, Nanjing, Jiangsu 211100 China,
+86 25 8610 6888
All the reservations can be made directly at the Marriot Nanjing South Hotel using the following link: Book Your Group/Corporate Rate | Marriott International
Nanjing Lukou Airport is about 30 kilometres from the conference hotel; you can take Metro Line S1 (Airport Line) at Nanjing South Railway Station, transfer to Metro Line 1 to Baijiahu Station Exit 2, walk 593 meters (9 minutes) to the conference hotel.
Nanjing South Railway Station is about 6.4 kilometres from the conference hotel; you can take Metro Line 1 to Baijiahu Station Exit 2 and walk 593 meters (9 minutes) to the conference hotel.
Nanjing Railway Station is about 19 kilometres from the conference hotel; you can take Metro Line 1 to Baijiahu Station Exit 2, and walk 593 meters (9 minutes) to the conference hotel.
Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu Province, is a popular travel destination in China with abundant historical and cultural heritages.
CAPITAL OF 6 DYNASTIES – In ancient China, Nanjing served as the capital of Wu, Eastern Jin and Southern Dynasties (Song, Qi, Liang, Chen) for a total of over 500 years;
ONE OF THE FOUR ANCIENT CAPITALS OF CHINA – 6000 years of history left Nanjing plenty of historical heritage and made it one of the Four Ancient Capitals of China together with Beijing, Luoyang and Xi’an;
THE CITY OF HUMANITY – No matter whether it is glorious or devastated, Nanjing has always been a cultural melting pot to fuse the East and the West;
THE CENTER OF BUDDHISM CULTURE IN EASTERN CHINA – Buddhism began to spread across Nanjing in China long ago, and a number of Buddhist temples are well preserved in this historical city;
A GREEN CITY – Nanjing is endowed with rich natural resources and boasts a pleasant climate that enables an abundance of plants to thrive;
A VITAL HUB IN EASTERN CHINA – Situated in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River near Shanghai, Nanjing enjoys a golden waterway with China’s longest river flowing through it. Last but not the least, Nanjing, with various local Chinese dishes and western food (such as pan-fried beef dumplings, salted ducks, stinky tofu, and tangbao), is the perfect place to serve travellers’ taste buds.
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