3 Days unique Shanghai tour

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Visiting: Shanghai, The bund, Shanghai Museum, Yu Garden

Highlights: Stroll on Huangpu River Bund and view modern constructions at Shanghai Visit Shanghai Museum to experience the changes of history Climb up to Oriental Pearl Tower to enjoy panorama view of the metropolis.


Day 1

Destinations: Arrive in Shanghai

Today's Activities:Your local tour guide will meet and greet you at the Shanghai airport upon your arrival and then we will visit The Bund first. Being the most imposing spectacle in Shanghai, the Bund has been seen as the embodiment of Shanghai for a long time. This spot in the city is home to a myriad of European-styled buildings that face the Huangpu River. Architectural styles include gothic, baroque, Romanesque, and renaissance.And after lunch, we will go on to the Nanjing Road, Shanghai's main shopping street, known as "the No.1 commercial street of China", stretching from the Bund east towards Hongqiao, with People's Square in the middle.

Day 2

Destinations: Shanghai

Today's Activities:Today we are going to visit Shanghai Museum in the morning, which is the biggest museum in China, with a collection of over 120,000 pieces of Chinese art & cultural relics. The museum is especially famous for its treasures of bronzes, ceramics, paintings, and calligraphy. After that, we will go into the most beautiful private garden in China, Yuyuan Garden, a traditional Chinese park decorated by beautiful pavilions, miniature lakes, bridges and rock formations. After lunch, we will continue to climb up the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, standing by the Huangpu River with 468 meters high, Oriental Pearl TV Tower is the highest TV Tower in Asia (up to the last floor to see Shanghai scenery).It is a new landmark of Shanghai in 21st century.

Day 3

Destinations: Shanghai / Exit

Today's Activities:Free in the day until our local guide escorts you to the airport for your onward flight to your next destination.


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