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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.
Shanghai is an international metropolis and her night scenery is charming and colorful. With the assistance of the knowledgeable guide, you will have a fantastic introduction to the Shanghai nightlife. The Bund looks completely different at night time. The ornate classical and modern buildings take on a new and exciting look as they are lit up by an abundance of colored lights. Taking a cruise along the Huangpu River and looking across the Huangpu River to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Jinmao Tower is a magical sight. Depending on your preference, you can choose one for your dinner between the buffet at the Huangpu River Cruise and the special dim-sum at Dingtaifeng Restaurant, the most famous one in town.
1. Walk along the Bund and enjoy 26 buildings of different western architectural styles
2. Take a cruise along the Huangpu River and enjoy the night scenery
3. Choose your dinner according to your preference
Hit the streets and explore Shanghai on this all-day guided biking tour. The route includes less traveled back streets, as well as must-see landmarks and sights including the Japanese Concession neighborhood, the Bund for views of the skyline, Shanghai Old Street alleyways, and more. Plus, practice some basic tai chi moves in the community park.
This is a morning tour combined the folk culture, history,daily life and neighbour experience together. Jump in the fascinating depths of a local culture and its people. Avoid the crowed tourist group. But don’t you just look quietly! Taste,experience, touch,speak...
At the begin of this tour, we will enjoy the picturesque scenery from both side of Huangpu river under the sunrise. Except take some nice photo as the regular tourist , background story share will as one of the necessary part of this trip.
The old neighour located Nanshi is a best place experience the authentic Shanghai life， taste local food and take daily life picture before it disappear by the rapidly modern urbanization
Imitate the local people do some morning exercise and share the history of Shanghai at ancient city park will as the end of this trip.
As a optional program (extra cost), acrobatic show in the evening is one of the most fantastic choice as evening activity.
Explore Shanghai's former French Concession long after dark, tasting several local foods along the way, on this culinary walking tour. Learn about the history and culture of the Xintiandi and Zhaozhou Road areas through your guide's commentary, and leave the tour with your culinary and historical appetites sated.
Get to know Shanghai with your own guide on this full-day private tour. Admire bird’s-eye views from a Shanghai Tower, stroll along the Bund, and visit the Yuyuan Garden and bazaar. Plus, explore the Confucius Temple and Former French Concession area, and enjoy a traditional tea ceremony. Choose to travel by public transport (own expense) if you're in a group of four or fewer, or upgrade to get around by private vehicle.
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.
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.
Stroll through the Shangai's trendy French Concession neighborhood with a private guide on this walking tour. Follow your guide's lead to unearth hidden courtyards, Art Deco buildings, and typical Shanghai street scenes. Highlights include the Lanxin Theater, the Cathay Mansion, the former residence of Dr. Sun-Yat Sen, Fuxing Park, and others. Choice of departure times to fit your schedule.
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.
China’s biggest city might not seem like the place for a relaxing bike ride, but the narrow lanes of Shanghai’s atmospheric Old Town are ideal for a cycling tour. On this bike tour, explore the Former French Concession, pedal around Fuxing Park, and hop off to visit a Buddhist temple, stroll around a traditional wet market, and re-fuel with coffee and pastries.
Once you’ve admired modern sights in cutting-edge Shanghai and are ready for a glimpse of the Chinese countryside, head to Huangshan and Hongcun on this scenic overnight tour. Flight and high-speed train tickets are included, plus four-star accommodation and tasty meals. You’ll admire some of the country’s most stunning natural scenery, with sunrise walks through canyons and pine forests—plus an 800-year-old village.
Get a comprehensive tour of Shanghai without the hassle of touring in a large group. This private tour ensures a more personal experience of such attractions as the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Bund Tunnel, and Shanghai Museum.
Explore Shanghai at night on this private tour that can be completely customized to your interests. You can choose to see the city’s neon lights or watch a popular acrobatic show or taste local foods and visit a rooftop bar. Along the way, learn about Shanghai history, culture, art, and more.
Get a taste for Shanghai’s startlingly diverse food culture and its culinary specialties. A guide introduces Shanghai’s selection of pulled noodles, breakfast pancakes, and “xiaolongbao” (soup dumplings). Along the way, observe tai chi practitioners and water calligraphers in Xiangyang Park, and wander street stalls and a wet market, where you’ll see fresh Chinese dishes prepared before your eyes. This small-group food excursion, limited to eight guests, is also great for kids.
Gain a deeper insight into local Shanghai life on a 2-hour tour with an expert guide who shows you the city’s hidden alleyways and older districts known as 'nontangs.' Learn about the distinctive design and architecture in the nontangs; meet some long-time residents who invite you into their homes; then explore a local food market and sample some tasty street food (own expense). This is a private tour just for you and your party.
Get to know Old Shanghai through this morning food and walking tour, including breakfast and a visit to the Xiahai Temple. Follow your guide through the ancient neighborhood's longing, or courtyard communities, visit six street stalls and eateries to taste 10 traditional foods that make up a hearty breakfast. End up at the Xiahai Temple, where entrance fees are included. A small group of just 10 people ensures your guide's personalized attention.
See the best of Shanghai and Suzhou on a private 2-day tour with an informative guide and small-group of up to nine guests. Visit the Shanghai Museum, walk through the lovely Yu Gardens and Bazaar, take in colonial architecture along the Bund, shop along Nanjing Road, and enjoy a Huangpu River cruise. Then travel out to Suzhou and Tongli water town to see ancient streets lined with charming old buildings and explore the Classical Garden of Suzhou.
1.It is a no-worry tour.Our tour guide will wait you at the exit of your flight in arrivals hall.
1.Private tour,only your group will participate
2.Specific tour for visa-free transit and layover tourists.
3.All Inclusive Tour,included 2 ways Maglev Train,metro line and Bus tickets,all entrance fees and lunch
4.Taking Maglev train-the highest Speed is 430km/h,experience the fast vehicle in Shanghai
5.Travelling by metro line,ejoy local life and economic plan
6.Visiting Yuyuan Garden,the Bund,Luzjiazui,Tianzifang-the most famous attractions in Shanghai in your limitted time
4.Tasting steamed dumpling or hot pot.Must be unforgetful tour.
Remark:We suggest tourists who has at least 8h to select this tour.Please reply us arrival and departure flight information.The earliest pick-up time is 8:30am
Discover Shanghai’s vibrant gastronomy scene during this 4-hour private tour. First, start at a farmers market and discover the fresh and local produce that is used in Chinese cooking. After gathering your ingredients, head back to your host’s home for a private, hands-on dumpling class. Learn to make vegan and vegetarian jiaozi from start to finish before enjoying the fruits of your labor.
Step back in time to old Shanghai and discover the city’s history and cuisine during this 3-hour tour. See famous landmarks such as the Old City Wall, a birds market, a 700-year old Confucius temple, the last remaining shantytown, and more. Stop along the way to sample some of the city’s most delicious foods such as egg pancakes, sticky rice rolls, wonton soup, fried dumplings and much more.
Lift the lid on Shanghai’s tea culture and sweet treats on this small-group afternoon tea and dessert tour. Stroll along Huaihai Road and after sampling Chinese mooncakes, visit a tea house for a classic tea ceremony. Taste delicate Chinese green and black teas as you discover traditional tea drinking etiquette, and finish at a Cantonese dessert restaurant to try popular cold sweets such as milk pudding and mousse cake.