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Tour Extensions & Day Trips in Shanghai

Shanghai Guided City TourShanghai is the largest and busiest city in China. It will wow you with its ultra-modern architecture and will surprise you with its beautiful quiet gardens. During the panoramic city tour by car, you will stop at the People’s square located in the heart of the city. It is house to Shanghai’s local government and a meeting place for locals. Also located on the square is the Shanghai Museum. Boasting a new building, the museum exhibits objects of Chinese art such as fine bronze, paintings and calligraphy, ceramics and furniture. Later on, take a stroll along the famous Bund, a mile-long riverside promenade framed with majestic European style buildings. You will find examples of Baroque and Neo-Classical design, also keep an eye for Art Deco edifices, there are quite a few of the on the Bund.
3 hours | £150 per person
Guided Tour to Yu Garden & Oriental Pearl TV TowerToday’s tour is an eclectic one. You will start in the old Shanghai and visit a peaceful and very beautiful Garden located next to City God Temple. Spread across 5 acres this piece of landscape design in Suzhou style has six main areas including a rockery, a chamber of ten thousand flowers, multiple halls, ponds, pavilions and towers. From old to new, your next stop will be the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. Built in 1994 for over a decade it was the tallest building in China. Finish the tour on the Nanjing Road, Shanghai’s main shopping street and the longest shopping street in the world (5.5km). Known as Park Lane in until the middle of the 19th century it attracts over one million visitors on daily basis.
3 hours | £225 per person
Visit to Shanghai MuseumThe Shanghai Museum is a museum of ancient Chinese art and has a collection of over 120,000 pieces, including bronze, ceramics, calligraphy, furniture, jades, ancient coins, painting and much more. The Shanghai Museum houses several items of national importance, including one of three extant specimens of a "transparent" bronze mirror from the Han Dynasty.
£150 per person
Shanghai Extension - 3 daysShanghai is a captivating city, with much to engage visitors. Once a bustling trade port known for its opium dens, this is now a place with its eyes firmly fixed on the future. Over the past couple of decades, its skyline has been transformed by glittering high rises, yet it’s still possible to find traces of the old city if you know where to look. Bisecting the city is the Huangpu River; lining this waterway, you’ll find the famous Bund.
£325 per person