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Travel to the outskirts of Shanghai to visit the ancient water town of Zhujiajiao, situated on the Dianpu River. Weave through ancient streets lined with stone bridges and charming old buildings, then enjoy a tea ceremony in Shanghai’s oldest teahouse. Then have time to discover the trendy shops, artistic energy and Shikumen-style architecture in Tianzifang, a neighborhood in the old French Quarter of Shanghai. Your tour includes an informative guide, transportation, entrance tickets, tea ceremony, lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Taste your way through the Former French Concession area of Shanghai on a tour that explores people, culture, and cuisine through the city’s breakfast foods. You’ll try more than 15 local breakfast treats, from ‘sheng jian bao,’ or pan-fried dumplings, to noodles, tea, and a beloved curry beef soup. This food walking tour is limited to 10 people for a fun, personal experience, with a local guide to lead the way through a fascinating part of the city.
Enjoy Shanghai’s evening lights and a Peking Duck dinner on this private 4-hour night tour. Savor a traditional Beijing-style feast of roast duck with pancakes at a restaurant before a walking tour to admire the city lights. Stroll around the Yu Garden Bazaar, cross the ‘Nine Zigzag’ bridge, and walk along The Bund to see its floodlit colonial-era buildings and Pudong’s illuminated skyscrapers. Includes dinner with select drinks, plus central Shanghai hotel pickup and drop-off.
Join and learn how to make both the dough and filling with fragrant Chinese spices in a class. You will make the dumplings in different ways, and you will learn how to make a yummy Chinese sauce to go with the dumplings. It's not only fun but knowledgeable to learn how to cook local ingredient and different technique of dumpling wrapping. Finally, enjoying your hand-made meal together.
Treat your palate to classic Chinese snacks at Qibao Ancient Town on this 4-hour Shanghai food tour. Travel by subway to this historical water town, and stroll the alleyways, bridges, and canalsides to take in the Ming- and Qing-dynasty atmosphere and architecture. On route, sample up to eight foods such as crab-meat dumplings and sweet Haitang cake, and savor Chinese tea. Upgrade to include a 60-minute foot massage. Includes food tastings, tea, and subway tickets.
Avoid the hassle of trying to find out where to grab a good meal while in Shanghai. This Shanghai food tour takes you off the beaten path as the sun starts to set so you can taste some of the most authentic regional dishes of the city. Pop into family-run eateries, and sample food, beer, and spirits well-liked by locals. Travel in a small group for a more intimate experience as you sample foods with a guide who also tells you about the city’s history and culture as you go.
From ancient carvings located behind laundries to the 300-year-old Secluded Library (not open to the public), learn what lies behind the modern glamour of one of China’s largest and most cosmopolitan cities on this private walking tour of Old Shanghai. With just your group and private guide, head to a number of off-the-beaten-track attractions and quirky historical sites that create a fuller understanding of Shanghai’s history and contemporary culture alike.
Shanghai is one of China’s most delectable culinary capitals, but knowing where to go for the tastiest treats takes local know-how. Hit up four family-run seated eateries during this insider’s food crawl, topped off by a pint of craft beer at a local pub. You’ll venture far off the tourist track as you feast on 12 regional classics, made from recipes passed down over generations.
Nestled in Shanghai’s Old French Concession are a plethora of eateries selling noodles and wonton. Seek out the best backstreet hotspots on a 2.5-hour food tour that covers three critically-acclaimed restaurants, all renowned for distinctive noodle dishes as well as some local beer. Vegetarian options and a choice of departure times are available on this small-group tour, limited to seven food lovers.
Satisfy your taste for traditional Chinese food during this culinary tour in Shanghai. Make your way down the famous Yunnan Road, stopping at several restaurants that are local favorites. Try typical Shanghainese dishes such as scallion oil noodles, steamed buns, parched chicken, and soup dumplings with black vinegar. Learn about the history and culture of the quickly changing city through your guide's informed commentary. All tastings are included and add up to more than enough for a full meal. Tours are available from morning to late-night to experience the best of Shanghai's culture.
Get the most out of your Shanghai trip by experiencing the combination of a Huangpu River cruise and a Xinjiang food experience. Take the stress out of navigating the metro, and instead travel in a private, air-conditioned vehicle. See multiple famous Shanghai landmarks from your river cruise such as Oriental Pearl TV Tower and World Financial Center, and have a guide to translate the menu during your Xinjiang feast.
Ensure a memorable evening out in Shanghai on this 4-hour tour, including dinner at one of the city’s Michelin-starred restaurants. Tuck into delicious soup dumplings, wontons, and other Chinese specialties at Din Tai Fung restaurant, then enjoy a spectacular 75-minute performance by the Shanghai Acrobatics Troupe, including martial arts, circus tricks, acrobatics and magic acts. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Become more familiar with one of China’s Yangtze River regions during this 7-hour tour of Xitang Water Town at sunset. With round-trip transport and dinner included, your night is planned out for you, so you can enjoy exploring the alleyways and streets of this unique place. Stroll through some of the same areas Tom Cruise did while filming Mission Impossible 3, and then sit down for a local meal at one of the town’s best restaurants.
Enjoy a Shanghai soup dumpling dinner and river cruise on this private evening tour. Take a VIP Class cruise along the Huangpu River, admiring the floodlit colonial-era Bund and illuminated skyscrapers of Pudong. After your cruise, savor a traditional 'xiaolongbao' (soup dumpling) dinner at the highly-rated Din Tai Fung restaurant, and stroll around Xintiandi, one of Shanghai’s hippest historic districts. Cruise, dinner with a drink, and central hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Discover a side of Shanghai it takes a local to know on this private foodie walking tour. Explore main streets and back lanes as you snack and slurp on delicacies like soup dumplings, roast duck, and mango pudding—enough for a full meal. Finally, enjoy a Shanghai classic: a Huangpu River cruise.
Immerse yourself in the rich culinary culture of Shanghai on a tour that includes a comprehensive cookery class. Pleasure your palate with local specialties like wontons, fried pot stickers and the city’s renowned ‘xiaolongbao’ (soup dumplings) as you discover enticing food stands with a knowledgeable guide. Uncover the secrets of Chinese cookery in a cooking class after your tour and learn to make delicious 'har gow’ (steamed dim sum shrimp dumplings), feasting on the fruits of your labor on completion. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, where numbers are limited to just 10 people.
Savor dinner at Asia’s highest revolving restaurant with this 2-hour experience at the Oriental Pearl TV Tower in Shanghai’s Pudong district. Ride the high-speed elevator to the Oriental Pearl Revolving Restaurant in the tower’s second big ‘ball,’ and enjoy a delicious Chinese and Western buffet meal. Admire the bird’s-eye views of the glittering skyscrapers and River Huangpu as you dine and relax. Your experience includes dinner, plus private return transfers from your central Shanghai hotel.
Go on a night out on the town with this 3.5-hour acrobat show and dinner experience in Shanghai, including round-trip transport. Start with dinner at one of the most beloved eateries in Shanghai, and indulge in authentic Chinese dishes. Afterward head to the city’s acrobat theater, and watch from your seating as amazing acrobats perform tricks, such as aerial walking and bowl balancing.
Go on a night out on the town with this 4-hour acrobat show and dim sum dinner experience in Shanghai, including round-trip transport. Head to the Shanghai Acrobatic Theater, and watch from your seating as amazing acrobats perform tricks to upbeat music. Afterward, pop into a local restaurant in the city’s French Concession area, and enjoy an array of delicious dim sum dishes.
Explore Shanghai’s top markets, stores, and malls on a private 4-hour shopping tour. With an expert guide, visit hotspots like the South Bund Fabric Market and old shopping streets to snap up bargains, get garments tailored, and browse designer knock-offs, souvenirs, antiques, and electronics, all while soaking up local culture. Choose markets and areas that interest you thanks to the customizable itinerary, and clinch the best bargains with haggling tips from your guide.
Shanghai’s bar scene evolves so fast it really is hard to keep up. Let your private guide do the work on this sophisticated evening, which starts with a cocktail and smooth jazz at the historic Peace Hotel. Admire the city lights as you stroll the Bund to the Lost Heaven on the Bund restaurant for dinner, then soak up skyline views from Bar Rouge, VUE Bar, or CHAR bar.
Calling all revellers, this 4-hour Shanghai evening tour showcases the city’s nightlife hotspots. In a small group limited to 10, you’ll visit ambient bars and a swanky club in the Old French Concession and The Bund (Waitan.) Enjoy a glass of wine, beer, or spirits in every bar and conclude your evening at M1NT, a nightclub famed for its shark tank and luxurious decor. Hotel pickup and drop-off, and entrance fees are included.
Swap the high-rises and hectic pace of Shanghai for the peace and history of ancient Zhujiajiao on this 5-hour tour. Leave Shanghai by air-conditioned vehicle with an expert guide, and visit this delightful 400-year-old water village, whose wooden buildings fringe a network of canals. Learn about Zhujiajiao’s origins in the Yuan Dynasty, discover the waterways by boat, and enjoy time to stroll, explore and shop for souvenirs. On your way back to Shanghai, stop at a silk mill to see how famous South China Silk is made.
Shanghai is even more magical by night and this 3.5-hour tour ensures an unforgettable evening in the city. Tuck into a delicious dinner at a Thai restaurant, enjoy a VIP Huangpu River cruise, and marvel at illuminated landmarks such as the Shanghai Tower, Pearl TV Tower, and the Peace Hotel. Private hotel pickup and drop-off is included.