Shanghai One Day City Tour
Shanghai is a dynamic, diverse and stimulating city, the most cosmopolitan city in China. Shanghai is one of the biggest gate of China to the World. Every day, there are tens of thousands of poeple come to China through Shanghai. Though Shanghai can not rival Beijing in cultural heritage, but its varied architectural style, cosmopolitan feel show its own charms. A one day city tour in Shanghai can help you know about the city and show you a gateway to know China.
Shanghai Golden Beach Tour
|Golden Beach is Shanghai's own beach, and you no longer have to take a long trip to Hainan Island to enjoy golden sand, as Fengxian Bay is just right in front of your house. It was opend to the public on July 13, 2006.|
Shanghai Wild Animal Park Tour
|Shanghai Wild Animal Park is the first national wild animal park established by Shanghai Municipal Government and State Forestry Administration.
More than 200 kinds representative and rare animals form the world were collected in SWAP, and the number of animal is about 10,000, such as foreign giraffe, zebra, antilope white rhinoceros and so on, at the same time such as national prior protected giant panda, snub-nosed monkey, Chinese tiger.|
Shanghai Classical One-Day Tour
|Our tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in the morning. This one-day sightseeing tour will cover almost all the important tourist sightseeings in Shanghai including Jade Buddha Temple, People Square, Shanghai Museum, Yu Garden, Nanjing Road, and the Bund.|
Shanghai Modern History One-Day Tour
|The French Concession is the area of Shanghai once designated for the French before during the colony times. Today, the area's central Huaihai Rd is a busy shopping street, but the tree-lined avenues and their many Tudor mansions still retain an air of the "Paris of the East".|
Shanghai Overview One-Day Tour
|Our Tour Guide will pick you up in the morning. Shanghai, as the most cosmopolitan city in China, is so called the Oriental Paris. The bund and the Pudong New Area is the most impressive areas of Modern Shanghai|