|Yu Garden & Market, Shanghai Museum, Pudong New Area, The Bund
Be picked up by private car and English speaking tour guide from your hotel and transferred to the Beijing Train Station.
The tour guide from Beijingservice.com will lead you to take overnight train for Shanghai. Our guide will show you to your train carriage.
Arrive in Shanghai in the morning next day. Our Shanghai tour guide will hold a sign ready your name to meet you in Shanghai Train Station.
Visit Yu Garden & Market. Located in the southern part of Shanghai, Yu Garden is a well-restored Suzhou-style garden. It is one of the best gardens in southern China. With pavilions, halls, chambers, towers, ponds and rockeries, it presents more than 40 scenic spots. No wonder people say "Those who have come to Shanghai missing Yu Garden and the City God Temple Bazaar can not claim that they have been to the city."
Yu Market is a bazaar with Ming and Qing architecture near Yu Garden. The bazaar is always busy and crowded. Traverlers can find plenty of local products.
Then visit the Shanghai Museum. Shanghai Museum, known as the Museum of Ancient Chinese Art, was established in 1952. You will find more than 120,000 precious and rare works of art in 21 categories. In addition to the 11 galleries, the museum includes three exhibition halls, a tearoom, a restaurant, shops, a high-definition graphics hall, a library and a VIP garden.
Visit Pudong New District. Located on the coast of the East China Sea and along the east bank of Huangpu River, Pudong New District arose from China's policy of 'Opening Up' and economic development.
Covering an area of 570,000m², Pudong New District is now considered a modern new urban district and Shanghai's modernization and prestige as center of world commerce.
Move on to visit the Bund. The Bund, also called Zhongshan Road, is a famous waterfront and regarded as the symbol of Shanghai for hundreds of years. The most famous and attractive sights are the 52 various buildings of different architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and the Renaissance, which are also located at the west side of the Bund. The Bund was the centre of Shanghai's politics, economy and culture hundreds of years ago, consulates of most countries. Many banks, businesses and newspaper offices were settled there, and that's why we have these art-like buildings.
Be transferred back to Shanghai Railway station to connect overnight train to Beijing.
Our Beijing tour guide will wait you at the entrance of your train carriage. Be transferred back to your Beijing Hotel.