Shanghai Tour (Luxury)

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Introduction Shanghai, "Paris of the Orient," is one of the most prosperous Chinese cities. The featured architecture, cloud-capped skyscrapers and large-scale shopping malls will show you a perfect combination of Chinese and western cultures.

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Introduction of the Tour:
Shanghai, "Paris of the Orient," is one of the most prosperous Chinese cities. The featured architecture, cloud-capped skyscrapers and large-scale shopping malls will show you a perfect combination of Chinese and western cultures.
 
Tour Length: 3-6 days
 
Departure Date: Everyday
 
Tour Price per person: $ 180-$380
 
Accomadation: 4-5 Star Hotel
 
Starting City: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xi’an
 
Tour Type: Land tour + well selected hotel + domestic flights/trains, private guided with your own English speaking guide ( unless otherwise specified), your own driver at your own pace and schedule.
 
Tour Highlights
The Bund :
The word "Bund" was derived from Anglo-Indian word meaning quay, it is where the European, American and Japanese trading houses, clubs, consulates and banks had their headquarters in 1920s and 1930s, the stretch of neo-classical buildings along the bund left from then have been renovated by the government and are beautiful illuminated at night. The bund is about a mile long and it has become Shanghai's fulcrum.
 
Nanjing Road:
Known as "China's No.1 Shopping Street" with a huge of merchandise on sale, it is a favourite of Chinese shoppers and worth a stroll to or from the Bund to feel its atmosphere.
 
Yu Garden :
Located in the Old Town of Shanghai and laid out in 1559 AD by a powerful Ming official, Yu Garden recreates a beautiful landscape of pagodas, pavilions, rockeries, fountains, ancient trees and precious flowers, making it a fine example of Ming garden design.
 
The Oriental Pearl TV Tower:
The Oriental Pearl TV Tower stands opposite to the Bund in the Pudong area by the bank of Huangpu River, with 468-meter height, it is the highest TV Tower in Asia and the third highest one in the world, where on the sightseeing - seeing floor, you can get a bird's-eye view of Shanghai.
 
Zhujiajiao old town
Zhujiajiao old town is a well-preserved and fan-shaped old town with hundreds of years of history around the shore of vast Dingshan Lake, one of the largest commercial centers on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River during the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911AD), where you can see thousands of buildings in Ming and Qing style standing along the river, 36 old stone bridges connecting nine streets in the old town to form a unique and beautiful waterscapes.