Explore the tranqile ancient canal life and enjoy the local mouthwatering food.
Zhujiajiao, with a history of about 1, 700 years, is the best-preserved ancient water town among the four ancient towns in Shanghai. Situated forty seven kilometers away from Shanghai in Qingpu, Zhujiajiao is accessible by tourist bus.
Called "The Venice of Shanghai", Zhujiajiao features lovely waterways, curved rock bridges, old streets cemented with stone, and over 10, 000 buildings dating back to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing dynasties (1644-1911).
Bridges in the town are distinctively in different shapes and styles, from wooden to stone to marble. Fangsheng Bridge is the longest, largest and tallest stone bridge among them.
Scenic spots include the Zhixi Canal, Kezhi Garden, Grand North Street and Fangsheng Bridge, offering you the chance to feel the tranquil life.
- Pick you up in your hotel lobby.
- Drive to the canal town about 40-60min.
- Walk along the cobbled streets, visit the Buddhist Temple and take a boat.
- Finish the tour and arrive at your hotel.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel lobby, cruise Ship Port,
airport, or any other agreed upon location.
End location: Hotel lobby
Rail or Bus Station
Cruise Ship Port
Address or Intersection upon Traveler's request
Duration: 6 hours
We will use modern A/C vehicles, ranging from a standard 5 seat car up to a 17 seat van depending on the size of your group.
We'll also make a 5 minute transfer by a local bus in the village.
- Professional English-speaking tour guide service
- Scenic spots tickets
- A beautiful van
- Canal cruise
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 RMB - 100-200RMB/person for meal, depending on the restaurants.
- Any personal purchases or expenses
I am not a driver guide but work with excellent chauffeurs if you would like me to arrange a car for your tour. I am also more than happy to walk, take subways, bullet trains and riverboats as appropriate!
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Our guide, Liam Liu, was excellent. He had an excellent command of English and was thorough with his information, genuinely happy to show us what we wanted to see, and energetic. We would highly recommend taking his tour.