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Shanghai: 3-Hour Local Food Tasting Tour

1. Shanghai: 3-Hour Local Food Tasting Tour

Explore the local restaurant scene of Shanghai on a 3-hour food tasting tour of the city center. Start in the Xintiandi area to taste one of the best dumpling soups in the city. Then, go to the Yunnan Road to sit down at 3 different restaurants and a dessert shop. Marvel at the change in architecture as you move from the French Concession to the shikumen-style buildings that combine western and Chinese elements. Sample authentic dishes such as parched chicken, red-braised pork, scallion oil noodles, candied lotus rice and moon cakes. Try a cup of Longjing green tea or Fujian black tea and get a local insight into life in Shanghai.

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Gangster Tour: 2.5 hour Shanghai Walking Tour

2. Gangster Tour: 2.5 hour Shanghai Walking Tour

This 2-hour tour of Shanghai takes you on a journey into its notorious gangster underbelly. You will learn about the crime lords who once ruled the city like kings, from “Big Eared” Du with his lucky monkey heads, to “Pockmarked” Huang and his police car drug distribution. Guests on the Gangster Tour will have exclusive access to a set of colonial costumes and accessories provided by Newman Tours to get them in the mood. After meeting your guide, you will be taken around the French Concession as it was in the 1930s and be told the darkest tales and deepest secrets behind the lives of Shanghai's most powerful gangsters and leading criminal families. Visit famous haunts and hidden corners, including a property that once belonged to one of the world’s most influential families. Find out how to cheat at Black Jack and Craps and learn how colonial Shanghai’s casinos ensured that they always came out on top. If hanging round criminal estates and learning how to cheat still hasn’t got your heart pumping, then how about shooting some guns? If you are game, as an optional extra, you can be taken to a shooting range where you can participate in a “Cops and Robbers” shooting competition.

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Shanghai: 8-Hour Private City Tour

3. Shanghai: 8-Hour Private City Tour

With complete flexibility, follow this itinerary or create your own for a unique Shanghai experience. After meeting your guide at your downtown location, start this 8-hour private tour at the Yu Yuan Garden. Explore the Shanghai Old Street before taking a break in an ancient Chinese tea house. Following tea, head to the People Square to see the City Hall and its surrounding buildings. Stroll along the Xintiandi in the charming former French Concession before enjoying lunch on your own. In the afternoon, marvel at the sacred 19th-century Jade Buddha Temple. Then, head to Bund, which is Shanghai's picturesque waterfront. Admire its soaring skyline and views of the Huangpu River. Drive to Pudong Business and Financial Center where all of the main skyscrapers are located. See the tallest building, Shanghai Tower, as well as the Bottle Opener and Jinmao Tower before being transferred back to your hotel or chosen downtown location.

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China, Hong Kong and Macau: eSIM Data Plan

4. China, Hong Kong and Macau: eSIM Data Plan

Enjoy a high-speed data pack to stay connected with your friends and family on WhatsApp and seamlessly check up on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter throughout your trip to China. Access all these Apps and websites without being restricted by the Chinese firewall or using a VPN, providing you with connectivity if you are going to China, Hong Kong, or Macau. This data plan comes with an eSIM and you don’t have to switch SIM Cards between your devices anymore. Simply scan the eSIM profile then follow the simple steps of installation and you can get connected to the Internet once you arrive. The eSIM data service is only supported on eSIM enabled devices. Please check if your devices have eSIM functions before you place the orders.

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Shanghai: Private Tour of The Bund with Jewish Ghetto

5. Shanghai: Private Tour of The Bund with Jewish Ghetto

After meeting your guide at the fixed meeting point or being picked up at the hotel, start this 4-hour private tour with the first stop - Huoshan Park. It was the cemetery for the Jewish refugees during WWII, where former Israeli PM Yitzhak Rabin parents were buried. Now you can find monuments to memorize the history and locals using it for civic purposes. then, your guide will walk you to the former JDC office. During the War, the Committee helped thousands of Jewish survive from the Nazi persecution and now the building becomes residence for locals. Passing through the back lanes where you can see the real-life of Shanghainese, you'll then reach the Jewish Refugees Museum. Here, you will see various documents, photographs, films, and personal items documenting the lives of some of the more than 30,000 Jewish residents of the Restricted Sector for Stateless Refugees, better known as the Hongkou Ghetto, during the Japanese occupation of Shanghai. Your guide will tell you the forgotten stories of Jewish migration to China. At last, you will visit the Bund where you will pay a visit to the well-known Peace hotel, the former Cathy hotel, once were the tallest and most luxurious building in the Far East. Then, stroll along the famous Bund riverside to enjoy the splendid view of the old and New Shanghai while learning the history from your knowledgeable guide for the different buildings along the Old Shanghai side. You can find the legendary Jardine Matheson Building and HSBC Building here. Your tour will conclude here.

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Shanghai Disneyland: Private Transfer with Optional Ticket

6. Shanghai Disneyland: Private Transfer with Optional Ticket

Enjoy a direct, private transfer from your location in downtown Shanghai to Disneyland. Relax in a comfortable car and avoid crowded public transportation and the hassle of changing trains. Arrive at the car park in Disneyland in about an hour. Choose the a ticket-bundling option to skip the lines at the ticket counter, go directly to the entrance, and spend more time enjoying magical moments in Disneyland. Discover your favorite characters, stay for the fireworks, and enjoy a fun day. Explore the family theme park's 7 themed lands: Mickey Avenue, Gardens of Imagination, Adventure Isle, Tomorrowland, Toy Story Land, Treasure Cove, and Fantasyland, housing the Enchanted Storybook Castle. With the optional 1-day admission ticket, enjoy exciting rides and attractions, as well as live performances. Inside this wonderful world, interact closely with different Disney characters, watch the longest parade route of any Disneyland Park, and experience the endless charm of the Ignite the Dream show and the unforgettable fireworks.

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Shanghai: Yu Garden and City God Temple Private Walking Tour

7. Shanghai: Yu Garden and City God Temple Private Walking Tour

Get an insider's perspective of the changing scene of Shanghai on a 3-hour guided walking tour that discovers old city sights as well as delicious street food. The tour begins with a visit to Yuyuan Garden, one of the finest private gardens in China, known for its classic landscape architecture. Wander down lively streets filled with local residents, sometimes still dressed in their pajamas. See tiny family-owned shops where you can rummage for bargain items. Then you'll visit the City God Temple, where local residents go to pray for good fortune and peace. The popularity of the temple led to many businesses being set up in the area, turning the surrounding streets into a busy traditional marketplace. Your guide can also take you on a stroll along the Yu Garden Old Street and to learn about the porcelain art, wooden crafts, and jewelry crafts in the bazaar. If you want to buy some souvenirs, feel free to ask your guide to bargain the best price for you.  Take the optional snack option so you will have a chance to try some Shanghai street food. Taste the famous Soup Dumplings (Xiaolongbao) and learn from the local guide about the flavor and consistency of the broth, the quality of the meat filling, and the texture of the dumplings' skin.

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China: eSIM with Unlimited Mobile Data

8. China: eSIM with Unlimited Mobile Data

Stay connected on your trip to China with an eSIM data package. Get unlimited data for 3, 7, 15, or 30 days.  Make sure your phone is compatible with eSIM cards (make sure your device accepts eSIM cards) and avoid having to switch out a physical SIM during your trip. Post on social media, look up interesting sights, and find transportation easily with a fast 4G connection. With unlimited data, you won't have to worry about topping up your account or losing connectivity. Take the hassle out of finding a phone plan for your trip to China by pre-booking an eSIM card for your device.

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Private Gangster Tour: 2-Hour Shanghai Walking Tour

9. Private Gangster Tour: 2-Hour Shanghai Walking Tour

This private 2-hour tour of Shanghai takes you on a journey into its notorious gangster underbelly. You will learn about the crime lords who once ruled the city like kings, from “Big Eared” Du with his lucky monkey heads, to “Pockmarked” Huang and his police car drug distribution. Guests on the Gangster Tour will have exclusive access to a set of colonial costumes and accessories provided by Newman Tours to get them in the mood. After meeting your guide, you will be taken around the French Concession as it was in the 1930s and told the darkest tales and deepest secrets behind the lives of Shanghai's most powerful gangsters and leading criminal families. Visit famous haunts and hidden corners, including a property that once belonged to one of the world’s most influential families. Find out how to cheat at Black Jack and Craps and learn how colonial Shanghai’s casinos ensured that they always came out on top. If hanging round criminal estates and learning how to cheat still hasn’t got your heart pumping, then how about shooting some guns? If you are game, as an optional extra, you will be taken to a shooting range to participate in a “Cops and Robbers” shooting competition.

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Shanghai: Craft Beer Tasting in Former French Concession

10. Shanghai: Craft Beer Tasting in Former French Concession

Take a 3-hour craft beer tasting tour around the former French Concession area in Shanghai. Discover 3 of the best breweries Shanghai has to offer and savor 6 glasses of beer. Greet your local guide at the front gate of Langham hotel. Start off your evening by sampling local wheat beer, pale ale, or dark stout at The Brewer, a gastropub in the Xintiandi area. Next, stroll through Shanghai’s Old City and get an intimate glimpse of the residences and alleyways in this most traditional of neighborhoods. Enjoy a delicious treat of Shanghai-style dumplings, such as potstickers or wontons, and receive an introduction to local rice wine in a traditional liquor store with your guide. A 15-minute walk through other historic neighborhoods brings you to Sinan Mansions, a set of private villas dating back to the 1920s that have been renovated into an upscale lifestyle destination. Here, find the award-winning Boxing Cat Brewery, and try unique craft pilsners, lagers, stouts, and rotating specials on tap. The tour ends at Shanghai Brewery near Fuxing Park to taste even more craft beers. At the end of the night, your tour guide will help you hail a taxi back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Shanghai

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 117 reviews

What a great evening. Between jet lag and all day sightseeing, it can be a little hard to stay motivated for evening tours. Jim made us completely forget about our tiredness as we were completely absorbed in his descriptions and stories of local neighborhood food, culture, and history. The amount of food and portions were great for us, so we didn’t feel guilty for not eating all that was presented, and we didn’t leave feeling hungry. Everything was so tasty and fresh. Highly recommended!!!!

What a great way to see a lot of the major Shanghai sights (in a day!). Tom was a fantastic guide and spoke perfect English. I have been to many temples throughout Asia, but learned more about Buddhist temples and Chinese Buddha statues through Tom than all previous temple tours combine. He’s extremely knowledgable, not just on Buddhism, but all of Shanghai and it’s culture and history.

Tom Zhang is a very knowledgeable guide who has been showing us not only the obvious highlights of Shanghai but also the more subtle beauties and hidden places. He was very flexible in adjusting his schedule to our needs and no matter which detailed question was asked always had the right and entertaining answer.

Our guide Tom was so informative. We learnt so much about Shanghai and their culture and history. We had some requirements which got sorted to make it a great experience. We got so much out of it in such a short time

Tom was an amazing guide and he incredibly informative!