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Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road)

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Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road)

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Nanjing East Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200000 China
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East Nanjing RoadShanghai Metro6 min
Tiantong RoadShanghai Metro11 min
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Half Day Private Tour to Zhujiajiao Water Town with Boat Ride from Shanghai
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Half Day Private Tour to Zhujiajiao Water Town with Boat Ride from Shanghai

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Escape the hustle and bustle of Shanghai with a getaway to Zhujiajiao Water Town. Explore traditional architecture and take a relaxing boat ride through the waterways. This private half-day tour takes care of all transfers and entrance fees, and you can upgrade to include lunch or dinner.
$134.50 per adult
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EtaTandela wrote a review Oct 28
Jakarta, Indonesia255 contributions54 helpful votes
Well this is a must place to visit when you go to Shanghai. You can shopping or eat or just chilling at a Cafe. Lots of light from building at night. There's a big Lego store in here
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Date of experience: December 2019
Jenn S wrote a review Oct 9
Los Altos, California31 contributions17 helpful votes
Even crowded there's lots of space. Lots of food of all types in the surrounding malls, clean bathrooms. If you get too close to the bund, the hotels have strict security as to who can go in, but further away it's just all shopping.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Maxim B wrote a review Jul 2020
Ottawa, Canada839 contributions85 helpful votes
Great place to visit despite meeting all the criteria for being a tourist trap :). At least three large malls at the beginning of the Nanjing Road pedestrian mall (at Henan Middle Road). Along the pedestrian mall there are lots of restaurants/cafes and touristy souvenir shops. There seems to be lots of watch repair places. There is a shop that sells Bee Cheng Hiang - the famous Singaporean beef and pork jerky. it is expensive, but definitely worth a try. When you buy multiple packages, usually would get a few extras. Another big attraction is the m&m store - one of only five in the world (others are in Vegas, Orlando, New York and London). Definitely an experience. As much as I tried to resist, my daughter walked away with a cup of m&m's with her face on them (after paying C$35 for a small cup) - yes, you can make your own custom m&m's and there is a line up to do it. There are quite a few hotels in the area and it is very convenient to the Bund and the skyscrapers of Pudong. There is also a little kiddie train that travels back and forth along the pedestrian mall - adults can fit in too. Ticket is RMB10 per person. Could be fun if it is too hot and you are tired of walking. Definitely an attraction to visit.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Darren M wrote a review Jun 2020
Perth, Australia154 contributions14 helpful votes
This was our first experience of China outside of our hotel. We took a visit here to 'acclimatize' to Shanghai. We found it easy to get around, even with a pram. It was a warm day when we visited, it was easy to get refreshments or find a spot to have a short rest when needed. Lots of big name branded stores and some local outlets/brands as well
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Date of experience: August 2019
KodoDrummer wrote a review May 2020
Yekaterinburg, Russia62,783 contributions132,512 helpful votes
Good street for souvenir shopping, and restaurants, cafe, and bars. Beware of the scammers who come up to you saying they wish to go to a cafe to talk with you to practice their English.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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