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Yu Garden, Bund, French Concession, Pudong Prince Tour

  • Check off Shanghai’s must-dos—including tea!—in just half a day
  • Visit Yu Garden, the Bund, the former French Concession, and Pudong
  • Enjoy personalized attention from your private guide
Private Yu Garden, The Bund, French Concession, Pudong Half-Day Tour
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Morning TourMost Popular
Entrance fees, private English speaking driver guide and comfortable transfer service are inclusive. Your Tour departure time is at 9am.
Afternoon Tour
Entrance fees, private English speaking driver guide and comfortable transfer service are inclusive. Your Tour departure time is at 2pm.

See Shanghai’s highlights—including Yu Garden, Old Town, the Bund, the former French Concession, and Pudong—in just half a day on this guided tour that’s perfect for those on a tight schedule. You’ll even have time for a relaxing stop at a traditional teahouse. Leave the navigation to your guide, and ask plenty of question as this is a private tour. Hotel pickup and drop-off makes for a seamless trip.

What to Expect
Your private guide will pick you you from your hotel or the port and drive you into Shanghai. Start at the Bund, the historic waterfront with sweeping views across the Huangpu River. Continue to the 16th-century Yu Garden and historic Shanghai Old Street before a relaxing stop at a Chinese teahouse to taste some local tea.

Next, explore the former French Concession, first built in the 19th century. Then step into the 21st century in Pudong, the city’s towering business and financial district that’s home to skyscrapers including the Jin Mao Tower, the Shanghai Tower, and the Shanghai World Financial Center.

Your tour ends with transportation back to your hotel, the port, or another downtown spot.
Write a ReviewReviews (15)

1 - 5 of 7 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great way to see the highlights of Shanghai!

Myself and two colleagues had a few hours available to sight see in Shanghai. Tom picked us up in our hotel and explained what we were going to do. He was extremely knowledgeable about the city, history, culture, and great places to eat! We saw...More

Thank emmadc
Reviewed 6 June 2018 via mobile
Private Yu Garden, The Bund, French District & Pudong

A great way to get a feel of Shanghai with limited time. The highlight was the authentic tea tasting ceremony. Frank, our guide spoke fluent English & gave us a lot of valuable information & history of Shanghai. We were transported around in a very...More

Thank FelicityEM
Reviewed 12 May 2018
Half day tour of Shanghai

We had a wonderful half day tour of Shanghai. Our guide David was excellent. We were picked up promptly at our Hotel. David spoke fluent English, he was very knowledgeable and told us many interesting facts about Shanghai and its history. It was a wonderful...More

1  Thank MarkM2755
Reviewed 22 March 2018
Memorable Moments

Tom was great and made everything possible to be part of memorable moments. Highly recommended. He knows so much about where to go in the future. Definitely need to get with Tom

Thank Harold F
ShanghaiDriverGuide, Owner at Shanghai Driver Guide, responded to this reviewResponded 26 March 2018

Hi Harold Thanks for your kind review. I hope to see you again soon! Tom

Reviewed 5 March 2018
A Must in Shanghai

No visit to Shanghai can be complete without a visit to the garden. Our visit coincided with the Spring festival and many thousands of locals visited the area. the crowds were huge, but moved extremely well and enjoyed the beautiful spring day. After going through...More

Thank simbahay233
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