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Gray Line- Day Tour

Shanghai, China
About Gray Line- Day Tour
In 2010, DTI became a proud member of Gray Line family. Main office located in Shanghai, with many veteran staff including high-quality managers, experienced operation members and multilingual expertise guides. Over 8 Daily Departures of Seat-in-coach Tours in Shanghai and it’s vicinity, Various Customized & Personalized Private Tours, Airport Transfers, 24*7 call center, guests happily choose their purchases from our sightseeing depot. Every day, many tourists are onboard Gray Line coaches and limos, escorted by consistently uniformed guides and drives, exploring culture and scenes of China.
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Shanghai Half-Day Sightseeing Coach Tour

A massive city with more than 20 million people, Shanghai takes time to explore independently. If you’re just in town for a quick trip, however, this guided coach tour lets you check off key sights in half a day. See the Yu Garden, the Bund, the Former French Concession, and Xintiandi, and shop for souvenirs. A choice of tour times and pickup locations makes for a convenient, hassle-free experience.  
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4 hours
from $50.00
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Priya D wrote a review Jan 2020
1 contribution
Jamie did an excellent job providing information and ensuring that our special diets (vegetarian with/out eggs) were accommodated.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Rita Suryadinata wrote a review Jan 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia2 contributions
I am the single participant in this tour as currently is the low season for tourism in Shanghai as it is almost chineese new year. Frank is my tour guide, and i am glad to have him during this tour as his english is excellence and he enthusiastic explain the meaning of each detail in every destination. The menu selection for the lunch is very nice and it's represent daily chineese meal, so i enjoy to taste every served meal. Overall i would like to recommend you to enjoy this Suzhou and Zhouzhuang trip when you visiting Shanghai, by using this tour provider (i.e. great tour leader, nice car and driver).
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Kiwibird03 wrote a review Jan 2020
Christchurch, New Zealand19 contributions6 helpful votes
Frank picked us up with his driver and we were instantly impressed with his good command of English. Born in Shanghai, he gave us a very interesting talk on the way to th Water Village about the city and China in general. We first went through the beautiful Chinese gardens, then hopped on a boat ride through the Water Village which was very pretty and relaxing. Frank took us through the tiny streets of Zhujiajiao and we got to sample many of the tasty snacks, including stinky tofu, which really was quite nice. Would recommend Frank as a guide, if you're heading to Shanghai for the day.🙂
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Sabine wrote a review Jan 2020
4 contributions4 helpful votes
We were really lucky because we had a private tour with our amazing guide Grace to Hangzhou. Although the weather wasn't that good Grace made our tour a great experience for us. The West Lake where we had a 45 minute boat ride was beautiful. The lunch at a local restaurant was the best we had in and around Shanghai. It is a long drive to Hangzhou but totally worth it!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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aphung20 wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom255 contributions28 helpful votes
Highly recommend this tour. Frank is an excellent tour guide with a strong command of English. He has great knowledge of Chinese culture and history and will share interesting facts during the tour. Both destinations were beautiful and certainly worth visiting during your stay in Shanghai. Lunch was excellent with traditional Shanghainese food. Yes, it does take all day (get back around 1700-17:30 depending on traffic but worth the convenience instead of taking public transport and could also squeeze in a cheeky nap!) All in all a great experience for off peak season. There were four of us in total, bus was not crowded and nor were the destinations.
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