Your tour starts with our guide’s meeting you at the hotel, and then we go to your first travel destination.
Your first must-see tourist site is the People’s Square. This is the heart of Shanghai surrounded by many internationally famous architectural buildings and city landmarks such as Shanghai Grand Theater, Shanghai Municipal Government Office Building, and Shanghai Museum and so on. It is the first place to know where the center of Shanghai is.
After that, we move to the famous Urban Planning Exhibition Center of Shanghai. This is a city history and blueprint displaying museum. People here can touch the past of Shanghai from a small village to an international metropolis. Also, people can know what Shanghai will be in the future.
Subsequently, we go to the Jade Buddha Temple, the spiritual landmark of Shanghai. Here, we may understand the spiritual world of Shanghai people and a traditional belief that has been keep for hundreds of years. To visit Jade Buddha Temple is to touch the heart of an intangible Shanghai.
After lunch, we take one-hour cruise trip on the Huangpu River to get a fantastic cityscape of Shanghai on both sides. The west is the traditional part, the past of Shanghai, and the east is the modern part, today’s Shanghai and part of future as well. The classic international architecture exhibition and the modern skyscraper clusters on both sides may give you a sharp contrast, and a great impression about the uniqueness of Shanghai.
Finally, we head to the last tourist destination – the former French Concession, the typical exotic zone in Shanghai. It is featured by beautiful, tree-lined streets and European-style buildings represented by Xintiandi. This is quite famous leisure center of Shanghai renovated from the stone arched houses with a blend of Oriental and European styles. it has many trendy clubs, top restaurants and boutiques shops. You can stay here to enjoy your free time, or go back to your hotel.
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Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Entrance fees as specified in the itinerary
Experienced English speaking guide
Air-conditioned private car or van for transfers and sightseeing
Service Charges & Government Taxes
Travel Agency Liability Insurance
International transportation & Chinese visa
Personal expenses like beverages.
Tips or gratuities to local driver and guide
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