Best of Shanghai Day Tour including Jade Buddha Temple and The Bund

See all the main sites of Shanghai, 'Paris of the Orient'. Your fully
guided coach tour includes lunch as well as entry into the Jade Buddha
Temple, Shanghai Museum, Bund and Bund History Museum, Yuyuan Garden,
Shanghai Old Street, Fresh Water Pearl Gallery, a silk factory and Xin
Tian Di, Shanghai's entertainment district.

Your tour begins with Jade Buddha Temple. Built during the Guangxu
period of the Qing Dynasty (A.D. 1875-1909), it contains a priceless
collection of jade statues from Burma. The temple is constructed in
the magnificent architectural style of the Song Dynasty. Currently the
temple houses the Shanghai Buddhist Institute.

Next stop is Fresh Water Pearl Gallery. You'll see the process of
pearl cultivation and you may be the lucky participant to be presented
with a single pearl.

People Square, in the heart of the city is a vast green area
surrounded by great buildings on all sides. Here you have the
opportunity to feed the doves to pray for the world peace.Shanghai
Museum is a highlight of the tour. The museum design is in keeping
with Feng Shui principles. It houses a great permanent collection and
hosts various exhibitions with over 120,000 pieces thst showcase the
5000 years of China's history. We recommend you rent an audio phone
(USD 5) to make the most of your 1.5 hours' visit.

After lunch, visit the enchanting Yuyuan Garden and Shanghai Old
Street. The garden includes many halls, springs and other buildings of
interest. The visit brings you back to Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644).

Continue to the Bund on Shanghai's waterfront. The Bund is Shanghai's
most famous landmark and a symbol of old and new Shanghai. Four
kilometers long, it has long been one of the most important areas of
Shanghai. In the 1930s, the Bund was host to the city's financial and
commercial centers.

At the silk factory, see how Chinese silk has been produced since the
14th century. There is also the option to to purchase the silk at low
prices. After a drive along the former French Concession District,
characterized by beautiful, tree-lined streets wander through
Shanghai's hottest new entertainment district, Xin Tian Di. The brick
buildings on these two-square blocks have been preserved and
transformed into trendy clubs, restaurants and boutiques.

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¿Qué está incluido?

Local guide
Entrance fees
Transport by air-conditioned coach
Hotel pickup and drop off


8 horas

Cubierto de destino


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