Jewish History & Sites in Shanghai & Duolun Culture Street Half Day Private Tour
Why take this tour?
At the beginning of World War II, about 30,000 Jewish refugees fled from Europe to Shanghai. Calling themselves “Shanghailanders”, most settled in the Hongkou District where the local residents kindly offered food and medicine for these displaced people. The Jewish community thrived in the Hongkou. Bakeries, stores, cafes, synagogues, schools, clinics, cemeteries, and even a Jewish newspaper all flourished there.
English-speaking tour guide
Hotel pickup and drop off in the city center
Entry/Admission - Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum
Food and drinks
Frequently asked questions
Things to know
Before you book
Mobile tickets accepted
- Regular temperature checks for staff
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Shanghai is a frenetic, picturesque port city, home to both traditional silk weavers and cutting-edge fashionistas. Get a taste of both ancient and contemporary sides of the city on this comprehensive full-day guided tour, which covers more than 5,000 years of Chinese history, from Ming-era temples to sleek new waterfront towers. The tour is the perfect primer for first-time visitors to Shanghai, or anyone traveling on limited time.
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