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Zhujiajiao Water Town and Shanghai City Private Day Tour
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Half-Day Private Zhujiajiao Water Town Tour with Boat Ride from Shanghai
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No.36 Meizhou Road, Qingpu District Zhujiajiao Town, Shanghai 201713 China
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Shanghai Bus Tour Hop-on Hop-off Premium Ticket including City Top Attraction Admissions
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Shanghai Bus Tour Hop-on Hop-off Premium Ticket including City Top Attraction Admissions

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With long gaps between metro stops and a bus system that can be confusing to non-Chinese speakers, it takes time to travel between Shanghai’s attractions on your own. Take the pain out of transportation with a hop-on hop-off bus tour that also includes access to selected attractions: choose between five different packages, all perfect for first-time visitors. Jump off at the stops that interest you most and explore at your own pace.
$29.50 per adult
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gl0baltr0tter wrote a review Jun 2020
Shanghai, China1,054 contributions58 helpful votes
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It has a temple built in the Yuan dynasty circa 1341 and a post office used in the Qing dynasty circa 1000 years ago. With a river run through the town, it offers enough bridges, footpath, restaurants, cafes, and curiosity shops that reminded me a little of Venice. However due to the COVID pandemic, there weren't enough tourists to support the local businesses with completely empty seats in many cafes and restaurants and whole sections walled off. A little sad to witness.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Darren M wrote a review Jun 2020
Perth, Australia154 contributions14 helpful votes
What an amazing place. It was so nice to be able to take a pleasant stroll around the alley ways without the huge crowds that we had recently seen throughout Shanghai. We booked a private driver who escorted us around and was able to give us a lot of insight into the history of Zhujiajiao. A bit of a drive from Shanghai city but definitely worth it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ProJ09 wrote a review May 2020
Asia831 contributions72 helpful votes
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Beautiful. Very local town. Delicious cuisine and a hidden gem in Shanghai. Just a 40 min ride from the city and very convenient for a visit.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Lance G wrote a review Apr 2020
Metro Manila, Philippines15 contributions4 helpful votes
Amazing scenery and environment for a relaxing stroll. There's a lot of interesting local food stalls you can try. Most stalls that serve the same food or snacks generally offer them at the same price, so don't worry about getting a better deal at another shop. Try the zongzi and lamb skewers! You'll find many interesting shops as well. It's worth exploring the side streets and residential areas for a more quiet experience.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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PaulSiow wrote a review Apr 2020
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia2,710 contributions188 helpful votes
We took the metro to Hongqiao Railway station and sitch to Line 17 to Zhujiajiao station. Then, it's a 15mins walk to the old town. We arrived in the early evening and the crowds have left. It was a pleasure to walk around and we really enjoyed this place. Entry was free unlike Tongli water town and in our opinion, this place was better. The canals were bigger and it was a pleasure to walk around. Not as touristy but sights were beautiful.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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