What an incredible way to experience Shanghai. We went to the wet market, the Bund, various concessions (Japanese, British, French), Yu gardens, and ate a delicious authentic Chinese treat! May was an excellent tour guide. She kept a great pace and made me very comfortable...More
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Hit the streets and explore Shanghai on this all-day guided biking tour. The route includes less traveled back streets, as well as must-see landmarks and sights including the Japanese Concession neighborhood, the Bund for views of the skyline, Shanghai Old Street alleyways, and more. Plus, practice some basic tai chi moves in the community park.
This tour allows you to experience the Shikumen architecture of the Shanghai 'nontang' homes like the locals do: on a bicycle. Pedal around the traditional laneways with a guide, learning about the community's architecture, food, culture, and history. Use of all cycling equipment included.
See Shanghai at night on this guided bike tour. Hop on a vintage Chinese bicycle and ride through the city’s scenic spots. Explore the narrow alleyways of the old town and catch the bright lights of the Bund area. This evening tour offers a unique way to experience Shanghai nightlife from a local perspective.
Pedal through the different eras of Shanghai’s history on this small-group bike tour, the perfect introduction to a city that never sleeps. Cross the Garden Bridge, idle along the Bund, tour the Former French Concession, visit a classical garden, and explore People’s Square and People’s Park. Your guide will put the emphasis on design, lingering in the most fashionable zones of the Former French Concession.
See many of Shanghai’s most beautiful corners—and discover more of the city in less time—on this full-day bike tour. Meet your guide at a convenient starting point, grab your bike and helmet, and get ready to explore; with a maximum of 10 attendees, this tour promises an intimate experience. Bike through the picturesque French Concession, see the scenic Fuxing Park, browse the arty Tianzifang district, visit the Confucian Temple of Shanghai, and even enjoy an authentic, local lunch.
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