A good tour to see the highlights of Tokyo in one day. The lunch was very good and with a nice view.The cruise could be avoided, as there is nothing to see, and you can see the bridge when you go to Odaiba island.The guide was very good too.
Seoul, South Korea
21 people stuck in a mini van where from the 4 back seats you could see nothing outside,as they were upper,and also nobody could see from the unfolding middle seats.The minivan was passing from various squares and famous buildings in Seoul (for the few that they could see at least) but the guide didn't tell us anything about these.The minivan finally changed only at the last stop to a bus! The lunch was average, most people didn't eat it.
Hangzhou is a beautiful city,the lake is fabulous.It turned out to be a private tour, the car was luxurious, the guide and driver ok (nothing special). It is a long journey from Shanghai. I would prefer if the Felai Peak could be part of the tour,since it takes so much time to go in Hangzhou. The lunch was poor with no variety (the worst meal we had in China).The tea plantation is interesting, but too expensive (40 euros for a few gramars) and the employers a little 'pushy'.
Zhouzhuang is a 'must' but Suzhou was disappointing.Zhouzhuang is one of the most beautiful places i've been in China.Suzhou gardens were nothing special, the Yu garden in Shanghai is similar. The lunch was fabulous, and our guide and driver were really nice too.If you want to do something special outside of Shanghai choose a half-day tour to Zhouzhuang only...
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