What’s the best way to tour an attraction? Walk, take a car, or take a boat? In fact, we have another option, which is to ride a bike. For some scenic spots that can’t get in by car and are too far away on foot, cycling can be said to be suitable! In addition, you can also enjoy the scenery on the way while cycling, and if you encounter a place you like, you can stop at any time. Isn’t that great? Now, we have prepared for you a Shanghai Bike Tour, where you can ride a Bike in Shanghai Nongtang, riding leisurely on the tortuous and narrow roads and blending into the world here. In addition, we will visit such famous attractions in Shanghai as Yu Garden, The Bund, Nanjing Road, and Oriental Pearl TV Tower. If you are interested, join our China Bike tour Shanghai!
Welcome to Shanghai! Our guide will pick you up at your hotel and take you to the attraction directly. The first attraction we will visit is Yu Garden (closed on Monday). Yu Garden, known as “the root of Shanghai,” is a unique cultural symbol of Shanghai. Built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), it was a private garden in the very beginning. In today’s Yu Garden, you can enjoy the beauty of its rocks, lakes, flowers, and plants, as well as the surrounding shopping streets with Shanghai delicacies. The glue pudding and steamed stuffed bun are very famous there, and thousands of tourists come from all over the country every day just to taste these delicacies.
After visiting Yu Garden, we will head to the Bund. The Bund is a landmark and a must-go attraction in Shanghai. When touring here, you cannot miss the Exotic building clusters in the Bund of Shanghai. There are 52 buildings of various styles, including Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque, Chinese and, and other Western styles. Among them, the most famous is the Shanghai General Association. The Association, built in 1910 and cost 450,000 taels of silver, is with Renaissance style. Its interior decoration is undertaken by Japanese designers, referring to the style of the Imperial palace of Japan, so it is also called “London of the East.” If you are tired from walking, you can go to Nanjing Road. After coming here, you must visit the famous Paramount Hall. Known as the first music mansion in the Far East, the hotel is a comprehensive entertainment venue in Shanghai. When the hotel opened in 1933, the list of eligible guests was dominated by top celebrities such as President Chiang Kai-shek, comedian Charlie Chaplin, and Rong Zongjing, then the richest man in China. Although it has undergone more than 90 years of change, today’s Paramount Hall is still luxurious and attracts countless visitors
After lunch, we will have an experience of Biking in Nongtang！Nongtang, or alley, which consists of rows of old houses, is a unique form of residential housing in Shanghai, Jiangsu, and Zhejiang. This form of the residential house was once inseparable from the lives of thousands of Shanghai citizens. Over the years, most Shanghainese have spent their lives in these narrow and long lanes. For today’s people, the best way to quickly understand the inside of the alley is to ride a bike. You can take a leisurely Shanghai Bike tour here and experience the buildings on both sides and the various people here. You might encounter children playing games, women doing laundry or hawkers. At this moment, please think of yourself as a real resident in old Shanghai!
Finally, we will head to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. The TV tower is located on the bank of the Huangpu River, with the Bund on the other side. In addition, it is one of the landmarks in Shanghai, the tallest tower in Asia, and the third tallest tower in the world. From a distance, it looks like a rocket, and it seems to be launched at any time. In addition, you can also come here to overlook the whole of Shanghai from a 272.5-meter-high, 45-meter-diameter sightseeing floor. You can see the Huangpu River and the endless high-rise buildings in the distance, and I believe you can feel the development and grandeur of Shanghai at this moment. After visiting the Oriental Pearl Tower, our tour will come to an end, and our guide will take you back to your hotel. Hope you enjoy your trip!
Author: Zhang Ziyang
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We started with a few days in Beijing & ended in Shanghai, from where we visited the Forbidden City and Great Wall. In between we visited Terra Cotta Warriors Museum, Panda Base, Shanghai Disneyland.
We had a wonderful holiday in China which will remain long in the memory. China is a breathtakingly beautiful country full of splendid temples and palaces, mountains and rivers, peaceful rural scenes and bustling shopping streets.