Legacy in Shanghai before communist regime

Tour info

Duration
6 hours
Group Size
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Meeting Point
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Why take this tour?

The last dynasty Qing (Empire) collapsed in 1911 and the people's Republic of China (Communist) founded in 1949, what happened in China between 1911 and 1949? It was R. O. C. Republic Of China. For which I would like to refer it as The First Republic and current China is the Second Republic (Communist). Pick up the tour and find out where was city center of Shanghai under The First Republic and how does it look like now? Let's restore the vanished history with your own eyes. With 40+ years opening up, China is no longer a misterious kindom and most of our travellers here are the experienced visitors. Even for the first-time visitor, it's barely a hard job to be on your own with the help of internet and billingual signs everywhere in all of our first-tier cities in China. Obviously you don't need a local guide if merely skimming on those tourist trap. Go with me to withness the history of Shanghai, touch real the life of Shanghai, and feel the heart beating of people in Shanghai!

What’s included?

  • guide service.

  • Coffee and/or Tea

  • All Fees and Taxes

  • Private transportation

  • Entrance tickets

  • Entry/Admission - Yangpu Bridge

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  • Duration: 6h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

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Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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About operator:

Receiving tourists speak Russian, Japanese and English, We tailor for customized tour for someone would like to see not only the glory but also the off-beaten paths in our city, you may experience the life like a local. In the morning, you would be picked up in your hotel lobby with the multiple choices of taking a taxi, by metro, chartering a van or even walking. The Yuyuan Gardern is a old garden with more than 450 years history, let me guide you through busy and zigzag garden with both historical legacy and replica, besides, we could also go to the old residential area with shabby huts in the old town area surrounding Yuyuan garden.The Bund is the riverside by mother river Huangpu, after walking up and down the Bund, seeing the architecture from 1920s-1930s, we could be the other side of river by ferry, the only transport replied upon by local 30 years ago, of course, people there would feel that you lived Shanghai for many years.Oriental TV Tower is the symbol of our city since 1994 when it was finished, climbing onto the observatory would be an extraordinary experience with a bird's view through transparent floor, the ground floor is a history museum which narrates the ups and downs of Shanghai since 1840s when the Opium War push Shanghai to the front of the world stage.For the lunch we might experience the local Dim sum in a clean and popular local restaurant with good value of money, the Jade Buddha temple would be a wonderful choice if you'd like to see how Chinese practice religion these day, and Xin tian di would be a typical place show you the authentic Shanghai style building with Shi Ku men architecture.If you wish to have an impressive night in Shanghai, acrobatic show should be the first choice, from 19:30-21:00, an hour and 30 mins leaves you breathtaking experience for nightlife in our city.

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