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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.

Highlights

  • 5-hour tour to Zhujiajiao from Shanghai with air-conditioned transport
  • Admire the 400-year-old water village of Zhujiajiao, the oldest of its kind in China
  • Take a boat trip along the canalways past wooden houses and bridges
  • Gaze out over the tranquil freshwater lake of Dian Shan
  • Barter for souvenirs at Zhujiajiao’s quaint shops
  • Hear about Zhujiajiao’s ancient origins from a knowledgeable guide
  • Visit a silk mill to learn how coveted South China silk is woven

What You Can Expect

Zhujiajiao Water Village Half Day Tour from Shanghai

Zhujiajiao Water Village Half Day Tour from Shanghai

Customer Reviews

Mary J

4 star rating: Recommended May 2016

Excellent guide -- very knowledgeable and personable. Such interesting history in the town, but it's become quite touristy which is probably inevitable. It's a long drive during rush hour so best to schedule around that if possible. But I definitely recommend the tour. Cheers!

jules

3 star rating: Worth doing October 2016

water village was worth seeing. Our guide, good knowledgeable on topic of the village and area. Not good the price for one. We could get a taxi there and back plus entrances to village cheaper. Did not see silk factory that was part of tour with no reason why, spent more in traffic wrong time of day.

helsta55

3 star rating: Worth doing October 2016

The tour was great except for period from 1st October till 7th October Shanghai has national holiday every year....avoid this time at all costs...besides being crowded normally this time it's absolutely crowded...hard to see things as SO many people on holiday ...tour was too quick, not enough time to look at things as too many people plus long queues for anything worth while ,...disappointed we were here at this time

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