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Discover Shanghai, a booming megalopolis mixing East and West, ancient and modern. The 144-hour visa-free transit policy makes Shanghai a more convenient destination for transit and short stay passengers. We also design tours from Shanghai to the Yellow Mountains, Suzhou, Hangzhou, and nearby water towns, all of which can be completed within 6 days. Each tour can be tailored to your dates and interests. We are all about 'Discovery Your Way!'
Experience the real Shanghai and authentic water town
Visit the modern and ancient part of Shanghai, and enjoy the less commercial Xitang Watertown.
Feel the charm of the representative water towns
A trip to discover two different water towns: Zhouzhuang and Jinxi. One is famous while the other is quiet.
In-depth Bund culture discovery and tea plantation
Learn the culture behind the buildings, pick tea-leaves and make writing brush.
Bullet train experience and water town relaxing
A great chance to explore the Yangtze Delta's cities including Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou.
Natural Environment and Weekend Escape
This tour is ideal for people desiring to escape to Arcadia from the hustle and bustle of metropolis.
Between Shanghai Wusongkou Cruise Port, Shanghai Airports, Train Stations and Your Hotel
We offer a secure, reliable, fast and serene private transfer service, with 24-7 customer service and unbeatable prices.
Great Wall, Forbidden City and Summer Palace
Suitable for people who have limited time but want to visit Beijing.
Terra-Cotta Warriors and Ancient City Wall
Utilize one day to visit the essence of Xian, and fly back to Shanghai on the same day.
Suitable for: Princess Cruises: Sapphire Princess, Holland America: Ms Volendam, Oceania Cruises: Nautica, Silversea: Silver Shadow
A short stay (up to 6 days) in Shanghai and surrounding cities is more convenient now, for it is usually visa free! Since January 30th 2016, citizens from 51 countries can come to any of the following ports of entry in China – Shanghai Pudong International Airport, Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, Shanghai Railway Station, Nanjing Lukou International Airport, and Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport – and stay within the administrative precincts of Shanghai municipality, Jiangsu Province and Zhejiang Province for up to 144 hours without Chinese visas, by producing their own valid international travel documents and onward air/boat/train tickets to another country (or region) with confirmed date and seat to leave within 144 hours of arrival.