One Day Shanghai Seat-In-Coach
Tour Code: SICSH_01
1. Tour Itinerary
Boarding. Tour to Yuyuan Garden, then go to
the Bund and have a stroll. After lunch,visit
the Jade Buddha Temple. The tour also takes
in a pearl workshop, for an interesting view
of how pearls are produced. After that, visit
Shanghai Museum. In the late afternoon, stroll
Yuan Garden: The most famous garden in Shanghai, located not far from the Bund. The garden was finished in 1577; construction of the garden took 20 years. Yuyuan Garden is built in traditional Chinese style with many beautiful rock formations, trees, ponds, and pavilions. Doorways and zigzagging bridges separating the garden into various areas.
Bund: With a length of
1 km, the bund is a waterfront area in central
Shanghai and regarded as the symbol of the
city. The most famous and attractive sight
which is at the west side of the Bund are
the 26 various buildings of western architectural
styles dating back to the early this century.
Museum: A museum of ancient
Chinese art, situated on the People's Square.
The museum is divided into eleven galleries
and three exhibition halls with over 120,000
pieces of collection. The eleven Galleries
cover most of the major categories of Ancient
Chinese art: Ceramics, Sculpture, Paintings,
Calligraphy, Jade, Coins, Bronze, and Furniture.The
over 400 pieces of exquisite bronze wares
cover the history of ancient Chinese bronze
Buddha Temple: Founded in 1882, the Jade
Buddha Temple is a popular tourist destination
for its two magnificent 1.9-meter-high white
jade Buddhas brought from Burma. It is now
an active monastery of Zen Buddhism, with
70 resident monks living and working there.
Xintiandi: Xintiandi is a fashionable pedestrian street provides affluent car-free shopping, eating and entertainment. The district is composed of modern architecture style and traditional mid-19th century shikumen ("stone gate") houses on narrow alleys, some adjoining houses which now serve as book stores, cafes and restaurants, and shopping malls. Most of the cafes and restaurants feature both indoor and outdoor seating.
2. Boarding Places
1. Renaissance Yangtze Concierge Desk
2. Jin Jiang Tower Lobby 08:20
3. Portman Ritz-Carlton Lobby 08:40
4. Oriental Riverside Pudong Concierge Desk 09:15
Note: Shanghai City Planning Exhibition Hall is
closed every Monday and you visit Shanghai Museum
instead which is one of the four main museums
in China and well-known for its bronze ware and
3. Tour Price
4. Service Inclusions For The Above Tour:
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quote precisely for
the above tour.
1. The number of adults and the number of children
in your party. If there are children under 12
years, they can enjoy the preferential price.
2. Your approximate travel date.
3. The code of the tour that you are interested
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4. If you would like us to tailor make a new
tour for you that is different from the above
tour, please let us know your requests.
Chinese lunch in local Chinese restaurant as
specified in the itinerary.
2. Private Transport
Private transport between airport or railway
station and hotel and all the sights by air-conditioned
3. Entrance tickets
The main entrance tickets for the sights mentioned.
4. Guiding service
All normal sightseeing tours in each city with
English-speaking guide and admission fees where
China Life Tourist Accident/Casualty Insurance.
We highly recommend that you purchase full coverage
travel insurance from you country of origin.
5. Service Exclusions For The Above Tour:
1. Visa Fees
Charge of obtaining your visa to enter China.
2. Charge of arrival
The international or domestic air / train charge
of arrival and departure.
3. Single Room Supplement
Should a twin room is needed by a single guest,
supplement of the twin room will be charged.
is single supplement?
The hotel is based on double
occupancy. If the visitor travels alone or the
number of the travelers is odd (such as 3,5,
7...), who stays in one single room has to pay
the single room supplement. As the hotel is
on double occupancy.
4. Personal Expenses
Expenses of a personal nature such as laundry,
drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities
or sightseeing, overweight baggage charges or
meals not indicated, ect.
5. Optional Programs
Optional programs which are not specified in
the above itinerary.
6. Tips to guides
Tips depending on the service of your guide
and driver, entirely voluntary.
7. Hotel accommodation