Shanghai Tour,Zhujiajiao Water village tour
Tour Days:4 Days
Departure Date:You Choose
|Tour Dates||Destinations||Services Provided||Meals Included|
|Day 1||Arrive in Shanghai||Airport Transfer (Shanghai)||/|
|Day 2||Shanghai||Yuyuan Garden, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, The Shanghai World Financial Center, The Bund, Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop||B,L|
|Day 3||Shanghai||Zhujiajiao Water Town, Xintiandi||B|
|Day 4||Depart Shanghai, Flight not included||Hotel to airport Transfer (Shanghai)||B|
Place & Transport: Arrive in Shanghai
Today's Activities: Airport Transfer (Shanghai)
Place & Transport:Shanghai
Today's Activities: Yuyuan Garden, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, The Shanghai World Financial Center, The Bund, Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop
Meals:Breakfast, Chinese Lunch
Yuyuan Garden:Yuyuan Garden is the only fully restored classical Chinese garden in Shanghai. It was inaugurated in the Ming dynasty and has a total area of 20,000 square meters. Although the Garden occupies less than five acres, demonstrates perfectly the sophisticated art of combining several different elements to create a world in miniature - ingeniously mingling pavilions and corridors, small hills and carefully selected and well-placed rocks, lotus ponds, bridges, winding paths, and trees and shrubs.
Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall: The Center is a six-story building, with two basement levels, which displays Shanghai urban planning and development. This is one of the world largest showcases of urban development and is much more interesting than its dry name suggests.
Shanghai World Financial Center: Shanghai World Financial Center is a super tall skyscraper in Pudong New Area, Shanghai. On 14 September 2007 the skyscraper was topped out at 492.0 meters (1,614.2 feet) and became the second tallest building in the world
The Bund: The Bund has been a symbol of Shanghai since a hundred years. It begins with the Waibaidu Bridge at the estuary of Suzhou Creek in the north and ends at Jinling Road in the south, with a total length of 1,500m.
Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop: See how silk is produced from the cocoons of silk worms, and turned into the beautiful fabric we all know and love. Silk filled duvets are excellent value, and the showroom offers everything from small souvenirs to larger items. The beauty of real silk is that it's so light, and packs really easily.
Place & Transport:Shanghai
Today's Activities:Zhujiajiao Water Town, Xintiandi
Zhujiajiao Water Town: Located in a suburb of Shanghai city, Zhujiajiao is a water town with a history of more than 1,700 years. Unique old bridges across bubbling streams, small rivers shaded by willow trees, and houses with courtyards attached all transport people who have been living amidst the bustle and hustle of the modern big city to a brand-new world full of antiquity, leisure and tranquility.
Xin Tian Di: Xintiandi is a car-free shopping, eating and entertainment area of Shanghai, China. It is composed of an area of restored traditional shikumen (stone gate) houses on narrow alleys, a modern shopping mall with a cinema complex, and some adjoining houses which now serve as book stores, cafes and restaurants .
Place & Transport:Depart Shanghai, Flight not included
Today's Activities:Hotel to airport Transfer (Shanghai)
|Nov.1 - Mar.31||Superior||Deluxe||Economy||Single Room Supplement *|
|Apr.1 - Oct.31||Superior||Deluxe||Economy||Single Room Supplement *|
|Shanghai||Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World or same class||The Bund Hotel Shanghai or same class||Kingtown Hotel Plaza Shanghai or same class|
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Feb 1, 2008 Jane, It was indeed a pleasure finally meeting you last Friday. I would like to thank you for all the hard work in preparing my brief but enjoyable journey to Mainland China. I would be pleased to respond to your questions regarding my trip. I truly enjoyed the intimacy of the tour not a bus full of strangers but a small number of your friends and family.The trip made me feel like a tr ... more
US | 2009-01-30