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Enormous Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country's biggest city and a global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu River rises Pudong’s futuristic skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, with distinctive pink spheres. Sprawling Yuyuan Garden has traditional pavilions, towers and ponds




Shanghai Bund Musical Show

Shanghai Bund is China’s very first original musical theatre production which has been performing more than 200 shows. Carrying Shanghai’s culture and feelings in 1930’s, combining the enthusiastic European musical style and the entertaining element from Broadway. “Shanghai Bund” re-writes the very classic story of love & hate.


Jazz du Funk

Lessons in everything from ballet to tap, via belly dancing, flamenco and salsa, are available here at beginner, intermediate or advanced levels. The teachers are professional and speak English.


Shanghai Circus World: ERA Intersection of Time Acrobatics Show

While in Shanghai, don't miss this stunning acrobatic show that combines fascinating history, traditional Chinese martial arts and stunning special effects. 'ERA Intersection of Time' tells the story of China’s evolution from its ancient culture to its modern achievements to its promising future. You’ll be captivated by the vibrant lights, elaborate costumes and engaging live music of this family-friendly show.


Nanjing Sightseeing Day Trip from Shanghai by Train

This tour includes historical and cultural sites in Nanjing to let you know more about the history when Nanjing was the capital in China and how it's like nowadays.

You will make your own way to Shanghai Hongqiao Railway station for your train to Nanjing.Your round-trip train tickets will be purchased and delivered to your hotel in Shanghai downtown a day before the tour.When you arrive at Nanjing, meeting your guide at Nanjing Railway station and transfer you to visit the Chaotian Gong or the “Heaven Palace”. The buildings which can be seen today at the Chaotian Gong were actually constructed in the nineteenth century, and now house a museum. This museum holds an interesting collection which includes fragments of the porcelain pagoda, the fifteenth century Ming Dynasty monument which was destroyed in the Taiping Rebellion.Then you will visit the Zhonghua Gate. Zhonghua Gate (translated as the Chinese Gate) is the south gate of Nanjing City. A precious cultural relic, Zhonghua Gate has the double distinction of being the biggest castle-style city gate in China and a structural element of the most complicated castle in the world. Afterwards, you will enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.After lunch, you will visit the Nanjing Confucius Temple (also known as Fuzimiao).Nanjing’s Confucius Temple was originally constructed in the year of 1034, in the Song Dynasty. It was a place to worship and consecrate Confucius, the greatest philosopher and educator of ancient China, and a man whose spirit still influences Chinese society nowadays.Your guide will then take you to go on a cruise on the Qinhuai River, a branch of the great Yangtze River, which is about about 68 miles in length and covers a drainage area of about 1,016 square miles. It was originally called the Huai River, and it is said that the river was channeled to the city of Nanjing during the reign of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, so it was named Qinhuai River since then.And finally, you will visit the Mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, which is located at the foot of the second peak of Mount Zijin. The construction of the tomb started in 1926 and takes about three years. After this, you can use the train ticket purchased by your tour operator to transfer back to Shanghai.


Shanghai Urban Engineering Tour: Jin Mao Tower and Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

This tour offers the most spectacular city views from walking along the bund, riding the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, one of the busiest waterways in China flanked by the old and the new city skylines of this city, ending with a visit to the 88th floor observation deck of the Jin Mao Tower


Shanghai By Night: Huangpu River Cruise, Jin Mao Tower Observation Deck and The Bund

This tour takes you on an evening trip of Shanghai, to show you the magnificent skyline of Shanghai at night from a Huangpu river cruise, take you to Shanghai’s iconic bund at night, and finish with one of the most spectacular views the city has to offer from the observation deck of the 88th floor of the Jin MaoTower.


Shanghai Past and Future: Huangpu River Cruise, The Bund, Urban Planning Exhibition Hall and Shanghai Museum

Today’s city tour will take you by bus, foot, and boat. You will visit Shanghai’s most famous boulevard in Shanghai from the Huangpu river, and experience the iconic Shanghai skyline. After that, you’ll get an overview of Shanghai’s future at the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, and a look at Shanghai’s past at the Shanghai Museum.