The most dynamic city in the world’s fastest- changing nation, Shanghai is an exhilarating, ever-morphing metropolis that isn’t just living China’s dream, but is setting the pace for the rest of the world. During the One-Day Shanghai Tour, you will taste the feature of Shanghai both “Classic and Modern”, The City God Temple fair is one of the important stops on the sightseeing list when tourists come to Shanghai. Yu Garden, best preserved ancient Chinese private official garden style in Shanghai. The Bund, one mile stroll affords many spectacular views. The Bund, with more than 50 individual architectural styles, is reminiscent of the time when Shanghai was the center of Chinese economy and culture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Feel the traditional culture of Shanghai by visiting Old Residential Long Tang.
You will be picked up from your hotel by the driver and the guide around 7:30AM.
City God Temple (30 minutes):There are over a hundred stores and shops in this area, and most of these store buildings are nearly a century old. The temple connects to the Yuyuan Garden, another landmark of the old city.
Yu Garden (1 hour): Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden is a renowned traditional landscape garden in Jiangnan. The garden is a virtual maze of caves, gardens, rockeries, paths, bridges, and buildings.
The Bund Stroll (40 minutes): Walking along the Bund, you can see the modern skylines of this China's biggest city.
Old French Concession & Old Street (40 minutes): The French Concession is the area of Shanghai once designated for the French, consisting of today's Luwan and Xuhui Districts.
Local Restaurant-Lunch (1 hour)
Pudong New Financial Area (20 minutes): Pudong is home to the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone and the Shanghai Stock Exchange and many of Shanghai's best known buildings, such as the Oriental Pearl Tower, the Jin Mao Building, the Shanghai World Financial Center. It is also the site of the future Shanghai Tower. These modern skyscrapers face directly across from Puxi's historic Bund, a remnant of a former concession in China.
Shanghai 2010 Expo Park (30 minutes):The park includes the Expo Stage, and visitors can walk and travel along the Huang Pu riverside. The park's landscaping combines Western and Chinese gardening styles. Well known places in Expo Park include the cranes, the wetland and the lotus pond.
Featured Shopping at Pearl City (30 minutes) .
Walk to “Xintiandi” street and visit the architecture shikumen (courtyard) (40 minutes): Xintiandi is an affluent car-free shopping, eating and entertainment district of Shanghai. Shikumen Residence, literally meaning ‘Stone Warehouse Gate’, is regarded as the most representative house style of Shanghai as the Hutongs and Courtyards are representative of Beijing. It is so named due to the stone door frame. This sort of residence combines the architecture styles of southern China and western countries.
The tour ends when you are dropped off at your hotel before 5:30PM.
Meals included: Lunch
Pricing & Accommodation
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- HK Dollars
*USD 80 per person
*Children between 3 and 8 will receive 50% discount.
*The price is only for your reference and it is subject to seasons, high or low.Please send us your inquiry if you are interested.
Inclusions / Exclusions
1.air-con bus or van with experienced driver
2.English-speaking tour guide
3.Entrance tickets to the attractions as listed in the itinerary
4.Hotel pick-up & drop-off service
1. travel insurance
2. personal expenses
3.Tips is highly appreciated but not requested
How to Dress (only for reference):
Comfortable walking shoes
Long, loose and comfortable pants
Shorts for summer months (June – September)
Warm clothes (Fleece, Jacket, hat and gloves etc.) for Nov-April
Umbrella or waterproof jacket in a cloudy day or rainy day
Cover for backpack or plastic bags to keep clothes dry in case of rain
What to Bring (only for reference):
Wet wipes / Moist towelettes
Sun hat, Sun block, Sunglasses
Camera, film and memory chip, battery