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Shanghai Day Tours

Covering modern landmark buildings, classic gardens, ancient water towns and many other highlights, our professionally designed private Shanghai day tours and group Shanghai day trips can well satisfy your interest, taste and budget. We are ready to offer the best travel experience to you.

Shanghai Private One Day Tours

The best attractions presenting Shanghai's essence are all distilled in this Shanghai layover tour. You will not only learn about the city's profound history and culture but also enjoy its dynamic fresh appearance.
This itinerary reveals not only modern city scenes with numerous skyscrapers like the World Financial Center, but also the historical side of the city by leading you to the Yuyuan Garden and Tianzifang Cultural Block.
This Shanghai one day tour to Wuzhen Water Town will enable you to explore in-depth the noteworthy features of the town, the Dongzha and Xizha areas, with their quaint buildings and distinctive folk performances.
The day trips from Shanghai to Suzhou are very popular among travelers. In the classical Humble Administrator's Garden and ancient Tongli Water Town, you can get a real feel for the attractive 'paradise on earth'.
It is a private full-day Hangzhou tour from Shanghai. Our guide will accompany you to take in the beauty of Hangzhou by visiting the city's highlights as well as experience the Chinese tea culture in the Tea Plantation Village.
Accompany this Shanghai Jewish day trip to the Tilanqiao Jewish Isolation Region, where numerous Jews sought refuge during the World War II. You will acquire a glimpse of their daily routines by visiting the Jewish Refugees Museum.

Shanghai One Day Group Tours

Mini group tour with no more than 6 people! Ride a gondola in Zhujiajiao and view the metropolis city at a height of 1,555 feet.
Set off at 12:00 to avoid the crowds at Zhujiajiao. The night cruise shows you the city's landmark buildings with bright lights.

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Questions & Answers
Asked by Roda from PHILIPPINES | Apr. 08, 2019 00:19Reply
Am i eligible to get the 24hrs visa free, im a philippine passport holder
Traveling from NY-Shanghai-Cebu for 18hrs layover
Answers (2)
Answered by Karen | Apr. 08, 2019 19:04

Yes, you are eligible to get the 24hrs visa free at the Shanghai airport.
Answered by Roda from PHILIPPINES | Apr. 08, 2019 23:59

Thanks much! 😁
Asked by Asya from UNITED STATES | Mar. 25, 2019 14:52Reply
Do I qualify for 72 hour visa free travel?
I am flying to shanghai from New York. I have a layover in canada before landing in shanghai. I plan to spend 48 hours in shanghai and then travel to South Korea. I will return to shanghai to fly back home because I got a return flight ticket but will not be leaving the airport as my flight from Seoul is lined up to land right before my flight home from shanghai.
Answers (1)
Answered by Mary from THAILAND | Mar. 26, 2019 18:26

You qualify for free transit in Shanghai. Nice trip.
Asked by So from USA | Mar. 15, 2019 11:08Reply
144. Am I eligible for 144 permits?

I'm going to Shanghai 4/10-4/15.

Thank you!
Answers (3)
Answered by Thomas | Mar. 15, 2019 13:38

Yes you are
Answered by So from USA | Mar. 17, 2019 18:59

Thank you, Tomas!
If my return flight stops in ICN to go LAX( one stop connecting flight) then it’s not eligible for 144, am I understand it correctly? (A and C need to be different airport or is it the final destination count as C?)


Thank you!
Answered by Larissa | Mar. 18, 2019 17:58

LAX->HK->ICN->PVG->ICN->LAX doesn't qualify for free transit, but the LAX->HK->ICN->PVG->LAX does.
Asked by Terrence from EL SALVADOR | Mar. 13, 2019 13:54Reply
Inexpensive hotel
Hi, Im looking for an inexpensive but clean hotel when Im on my long layover in Shanghai. Also, if the staff speaks English. My Chinese is terrible. Ill be arriving on July 2, 2019.
Answers (1)
Answered by Anne | Mar. 14, 2019 18:01

I kindly suggest you choose some middle chain brand hotels, like Ibis Hotel, Echarm Hotel, Holiday Inn Express Shanghai New Hongqiao or Jinjiang Inn Select. All I mentioned are around 400 RMB per night for one standard room. As I know, some of international hotel brands have their own express and budget hotel, so you may book these hotels. And most young people in China can speak simple English, and Shanghai is a first-tier city in China, I don't think it will be very difficult to communicate. Besides, you can install a translate translation App on your phone for more convenience.
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