Tiger are back at the beach later this month with another Full Moon Party. Once again they aim to bring the atmosphere of the Full Moon Parties of Koh Phangan to Sun Island Resort, a large hotel with a beach, water slides and a huge wave pool about an hour from downtown Shanghai. Lounge around in the afternoon, then there's a Thai buffet dinner for 100rmb, and then a party with DJ Verse@ille and ELECTRONIC SOUND OUTFIT (New York). until 3am. Tickets include bus transfers to and from the venue (bus leaves Shanghai 3pm) and four beers, plus beers on the bus: 250rmb available on SmartTicket.
Shuttle bus for ticket holders:
Shanghai Museum Parking Area: WuSheng Lu corner XiZang Zhong Lu at 2:30pm (close to Peoples Square). 上海博物馆停车场，武胜路，靠近西藏中路
How to get there:
Either take a taxi and get of at the corner or take Metro Line 8 to DaShiJie, Exit 4 and walk the XiZang lu in the north direction for about 500 meters. You will see a girl standing with a full moon sign!
Meeting time: 1:30pm (don't be late!)
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