Your day travel begins with our guide’s meeting you at the lobby of your hotel at 9:00 AM.
Then, we transfer to our first tourist destination, Yuyuan Garden – For the past of Shanghai, Yuyuan Garden is the first must-see site. This is a classical private garden in east China that qualified to be the counterpart of typical ancient gardens in Suzhou. Yuyuan Garden with the fantastic layout design and the vivid expression of the well-preserved tangible cultural tradition is absolutely a top tourist attraction of Shanghai.
And then, we head to Shanghai Museum – This is a worldwide artistic gallery of the orient represented by art of China, also one of the largest comprehensive museums of China highlighted with its ancient artworks such as the bronze ware, ancient porcelain, valued pottery ware, ancient calligraphy masterpieces and the classic painting works of ancient China.
After that, we go to The Bund – This is one of the world’s largest architectural clusters featuring the diverse architectural types of different countries in west and orient. Therefore, it boasts the International Architecture Museum in Shanghai. The Bund is a landmark dividing Shanghai into the traditional section and the modern section. The west of that is the traditional part showing the past of Shanghai, and the east shows the achievements of today’s Shanghai and the future of Shanghai. Taking a panoramic view of the Bund, traveler can have a quintessence of cityscapes like the Shanghai JinMao Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center and Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower in Lujiazui Financial Zone.
Finally, we take a walk to Nanjing Road – This is an internationally famous shopping street. Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street is the center of shopping, leisure and amusement in Shanghai. It is located at the heart of downtown area. All the brands of the top level in the world can be available here.
This tour ends with going back to your hotel.
| What Is Included and Excluded
Entrance fees as specified in the itinerary
Experienced English speaking guide
Meals as specified in the itinerary (B= breakfast, L= Chinese lunch, D= Chinese dinner)
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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