East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.
Travel from one city to the other in China by train. Recommended train TBA.
The district is composed of an area of reconstituted traditional mid-19th century shikumen ("stone gate") houses on narrow alleys, some adjoining houses which now serve as book stores, cafes and restaurants, and shopping malls. Most of the cafes and restaurants feature both indoor and outdoor seating. Xintiandi has an active nightlife on weekdays as well as weekends, though romantic settings are more common than loud music and dance places. It is considered one of the first lifestyle centers in China.
Enjoy a lunch break at Xintiandi, an affluent car-free shopping, eating and entertainment district of Shanghai.
* Meal at own cost. The guide can offer suggestions for lunch.
Build with the technological help from Germany, Shanghai Maglev Train (SMT) has been operating since the end of 2002. It is the world's first and only commercialized maglev train line in operation. It runs from Pudong International Airport to Longyang Rd. The station is located at the intersection of Longyang Road and Baiyang Road in Pudong New Area. Duration of a single journey is 8 minutes.
This large creative district is the urban ghetto of Shanghai's art scene, set amongst the backdrop of restored factories and home to the infamous Shanghai graffiti wall. With a collection of modern and contemporary art galleries constantly churning out new and exciting exhibitions, M50 remains one of the most innovative places to see free art in the city.
Shikumen (literally meaning "stone-framed door") buildings refer to two- or three-story structures resembling Anglo-American terrace houses or townhouses, distinguished by high brick walls enclosing a narrow front yard. The name "stone gate" references these strong gateways. Each residence abuts another and all are arranged in straight side alleys called longtang. The entrance to each alley is usually surmounted by a stylistic stone arch. Behind the stone-frame front door of a shikumen house lies a small courtyard, which is itself enclosed on the other sides by the building of the house. Shikumen houses are unique to Shanghai, and sadly disappearing all too fast in the face of rampant development.
Land transfer 1.5hours from Shanghai to Suzhou
Start at the Humble Administrator's Garden or known as the "Best of the Famous Gardens in Southeast China". Built during the reign of Ming Emperor Zhengde (1506-1521), the garden resembles the natural scenes of southeast China.
Then explore the Lingering Garden with a long history of more than 400 years. In the Lingering Garden, buildings, trees and flowers blend harmoniously with their surroundings. Liu Shu, one of the previous owners, was an enthusiast for stone collection. He collected many unusually-shaped lake stones in the garden, among which Guan Yun Feng is the most precious one and gains honor for the garden.
Next, visit the China National Silk Museum which is the first state-level professional silk museum in the country as well as the biggest of its kind throughout the world. There are weavers showing the whole process and you can participate in the activity.
Later stroll at Zhouzhuang water town, the most popular and developed water town in China. The town is built amid canals, ponds, and lakes. What makes it special are the old buildings and bridges, boat rides, crafts, and the quaint water town scenery. Fourteen of these bridges were built in the imperial era about 150 years ago or more.
Lunch at local restaurant.
Transfer back to hotel after tour. Overnight in Shanghai.
With one of the most commanding views in all of Shanghai, looking out onto the Pudong skyline, it is one of the most exclusive and upscale restaurants in Shanghai. M on the Bund's balcony provides the perfect view of the grand arch of buildings that once formed Asia's financial capital, as well as of Pudong, across the river, which hopes to someday recapture that title for Shanghai.
China Art Museum, located at No. 205, Shangnan Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai was opened on October 1, 2012. It was previously the China Pavilion of Expo 2010 Covering about 39 acres (16 hectares), it is one of the largest museums in Asia. Twenty-seven exhibition halls are mainly distributed among the 49-meter floor, the 41-meter floor, the 33-meter floor and the 0-meter floor. A top-down visiting route is recommended. The basic exhibitions include four themes: the Origin of Chinese Modern and Contemporary Art, Artworks Featuring Shanghai’s Historical and Cultural Development, the Artworks of Noted Painters and Arts Development in the New Century.
Take a 2.5 hour flight from Shanghai Airport to Chengdu Airport.
- Suggested flight schedules are current and subject to changes with or without prior notice until ticketed.
Embark on a 2 days tour in Shanghai to explore the various sides of Shanghai's and see what it has to offer!
Experience China through the country's history in Beijing and Xi'an followed by all the modern China has to offer in Shanghai.
Beijing: Day 1 - Day 5
Xi'an: Day 5 - Day 6
Shanghai: Day 6 - Day 11
This Package provide a glance of Shanghai during the layover period.
Be transported to the two major cities in China: Hong Kong & Shanghai and discover all that they have to offer. From the busy city center discovery to the more would down discovery of one of the UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage Sites of Hangzhou.
Be amazed by the vast land of China. Discover all the beutiful sites, taste the most delicious local cuisine and be enthraled by the magnificient scenery that China has to offer. In the package you will be transported to Beijing, Pingyao, Xi'an, Guilin, Yangshuo and Shanghai.
Spend the time to explore the two major cities in China: Beijing and Shanghai. Be mesmerized by both cultural and historical aspects of the two cities along with all the delicious culinary finds throughout the program.
This package will take you through all the popular sites in Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hong Kong. It is especially designed for the foodie who not only love to eat but also love learn about the Chinese cuisine. Experience hands on cooking classes throughout different cities and discover what makes each of the special.
Get a glimpse of what Shanghai can offer in 24 hours.
Explore Shanghai and Xi'an