1 Day Private Shanghai
Tour To The Bund, Franch concession Xintiandi,
Confucian temple, Tea Ceremony, Shanghai Museum
Tour Code: Shanghai_04
Availability: Year Round
1. Tour Itinerary
Our tour guide will pick you up
from your hotel at 08:30. Tour
to Bund, Franch concession Xintiandi.
After lunch, visit Confucian temple,
watch the tea Ceremony, then visit
Shanghai Museum. Be transferred
back to hotel.
Bund: A famous waterfront and is regarded as the symbol of Shanghai. The bund is on the west bank of Huangpu River and winds 1500 meters in length. The most attractive sight which is at the west side of the Bund are the 26 various buildings of different architectural styles including Baroque, Gothic, Romanesque, Classicism and the Renaissance.
French Concession: A foreign concession in Shanghai from 1849 until 1943. For much of the 20th century, the area covered by the former French Concession remained the premier residential and retail district of Shanghai. Despite re-development over the last few decades, the area retains a distinct character, and is a popular tourist destination.
affluent car-free shopping, eating
and entertainment district of
Shanghai. It is composed of an
area of reconstituted traditional
shikumen ("stone gate")
houses on narrow alleys, some
adjoining houses which now serve
as book stores, cafes and restaurants,
and shopping malls. Most of the
cafes and restaurants feature
both indoor and outdoor seatings.
Xintiandi has an active nightlife
on weekdays as well as weekends.
Confucian Temple is the only ancient
architectural complex combining
temple and school in downtown
Shanghai to worship China's great
thinker and founder of the Confucian
culture, Confucius. It is a sacred
place for profound Confucian culture.
Since its establishment in 1294,
the temple has existed for more
than 700 years, during which it
was moved several times. The current
site was chosen in 1855, occupying
an area of 1.13 hectare. It is
a municipal site for protecting
Museum: A large-scaled museum of ancient Chinese art. Established in 1952, this museum is housed in a former bank building. Shanghai Museum is renowned at home and abroad for its rich collection of 120,000 precious cultural relics. At present the halls display Chinese bronzes, ceramics, and paintings arranged in chronological order.
This tour does not
include hotel accommodation.
2. Hotel Accommodation For This Tour
3. Tour Price
4. Service Inclusions For The Above Tour:
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provide the information below so that we can
quote precisely for
the above tour.
1. The number of adults and the number of children
in your party. If there are children under 12
years, they can enjoy the preferential price.
2. Your approximate travel date.
3. The code of the tour that you are interested
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4. If you would like us to tailor make a new
tour for you that is different from the above
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Chinese lunch in local Chinese restaurant as
specified in the itinerary.
2. Private Transport
Private transport between airport or railway
station and hotel and all the sights by air-conditioned
3. Entrance tickets
The main entrance tickets for the sights mentioned.
4. Guiding service
All normal sightseeing tours in each city with
English-speaking guide and admission fees where
China Life Tourist Accident/Casualty Insurance.
We highly recommend that you purchase full coverage
travel insurance from you country of origin.
5. Service Exclusions For The Above Tour:
1. Visa Fees
Charge of obtaining your visa to enter China.
2. Charge of arrival
The international or domestic air / train charge
of arrival and departure.
3. Single Room Supplement
Should a twin room is needed by a single guest,
supplement of the twin room will be charged.
is single supplement?
The hotel is based on double
occupancy. If the visitor travels alone or the
number of the travelers is odd (such as 3,5,
7...), who stays in one single room has to pay
the single room supplement. As the hotel is
on double occupancy.
4. Personal Expenses
Expenses of a personal nature such as laundry,
drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities
or sightseeing, overweight baggage charges or
meals not indicated, ect.
5. Optional Programs
Optional programs which are not specified in
the above itinerary.
6. Tips to guides
Tips depending on the service of your guide
and driver, entirely voluntary.
7. Hotel accommodation