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Private Full-Day Tour: Shanghai Old and New Highlights
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Private Full-Day Tour: Shanghai Old and New Highlights

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With a population of nearly 25 million and centuries of history, Shanghai can be daunting. Make the most of your time there with a private guide on this fully customizable tour. Get an overview of the highlights, or dig in deeper at specific sites. Hotel pickup adds extra convenience, while upgrade options include transportation by private car (regular tour travels by taxis and metro) plus covered lunch and entrance fees.
$121.50 per adult
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LoveTravelling1116 wrote a review Jul 2020
Singapore, Singapore649 contributions76 helpful votes
Tian Zi Fang is the quintessential tourist heaven for souvenir-hunting shopaholic. Its intertwined narrow pathways are filled with numerous adorable shops, with each specializing in diverse variety of products. Though this attraction is not as vast in space as Yuyuan, the quality of souvenirs is not any inferior. In fact, I was pleasantly surprised to purchase magnets of unique design, distinctive from Yuyuan’s one. I happened to chance upon a Taiwanese food store named Super Fries selling long fried potatoes fries with different toppings. As a French Fries lover, I quickly bought one packet to try, only to realise that this was the worst French Fries I had ever tasted in my whole life. I forced myself to finish the entire packet. It neither has the potato flavour nor did it taste crispy, but it was just extremely bland. Do note that there is limited food selling within this attraction site. For vegetarians visiting Tian Zi Fang, there is a nearby vegetarian restaurant named Super Vegan restaurant selling authentic Chinese cuisine. This restaurant is located at a shopping mall next to Dapuqiao station, which is the nearest train station to Tian Zi Fang. If you are here for shopping, do visit its nearby Buddha-glass-sculpture museum called Liuli China Museum, for some awe-inspiring aesthetics immersion, to perfect your trip for the day.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Darren M wrote a review Jun 2020
Perth, Australia146 contributions14 helpful votes
We visited at night time to fill in a few hours and have some dinner. It was nice just top wander around the alley ways, not knowing what was around the next corner. We ate at Bohemia Cafe and Bar and were very disappointed with both service and the food. Was a little difficult getting a cab at the end of the night, but still a nice spot to visit
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Date of experience: August 2019
Jelena Dj wrote a review May 2020
Shanghai, China89 contributions124 helpful votes
Great place,one of my favorite in Sh! You can sit on the street,popular street bars,and have a reaaally good frozen strawberry daiquiri 🍸street food,local souvenirs and bunch of people will make you feel festive !party here lasts all day-all night😊 if you don't like crowded places,you can skip this block.
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Date of experience: April 2020
2 Helpful votes
Leeyong60 wrote a review Jan 2020
Shanghai, China23 contributions8 helpful votes
Tian Zi Fang is a cornucopia of tiny, pictoresque, creative stores and food shops. Fun for a lazy afternoon of sight-seeing and shopping. Easy access from the metro. One can find pieces from local artists, souvenirs, clothing, furniture, and an endless list of knick-knacks. Prices are usually reasonable, often negotiable. The place tends to be crowded to stay close to your party, specially if it includes children. It is easy to lose them in the waves of people flowing down the narrow alleyways and walkways. It is one of my teenagers' favorite place for a cheap outing or date with friends. One can be amused and surprised for free in many of its nooks and crannies. Worth at least a couple of hours.
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Date of experience: November 2019
2 Helpful votes
SLE811 wrote a review Jan 2020
104 contributions13 helpful votes
Most people recommend Xintiandi and Tianzifang as Shanghai attractions. If time only permit you to go one place only, I would prefer Tianzifang. It is narrow, crowded and more lively. Lots of street food and nice souvenirs.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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