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  • Shanghai Must-See and Foodie Bike Tour

    1. Shanghai Must-See and Foodie Bike Tour

    This is one of the most classic routes for visitors to experience Shanghai in a short period of time. You will cycle along the old Nongtang in the Former Concession area, an area which holds the most famous landmarks. Pass through the ancient garden bridge, then head to The Bund to view the most amazing skyline in the world. It’s well-known as the Shanghai epitome for the 19th century. From there, cross one of the busiest commercial roads - Nanjing Road. Afterward, head off to Yu Garden Area and hang around in its labyrinthine back alleyways and find a lot of interesting hidden gems. Get a taste of local life and see a city with its past and future. Join this unique bike tour and expereince the culture of Shanghai. 

    May was an outstanding guide and sadly shepherded us through the back streets of Shanghai.

  • Shanghai: Food and Drink Tour By Bike

    2. Shanghai: Food and Drink Tour By Bike

    Go on a six-hour food and drink tour of Shanghai and get around by bike to work off the calories and get a feel for the city between stops. Get to know the characteristic Shanghai cuisine known for its use of heavy, flavorful sauces. Eat (and drink) your way around China via the diverse regional cuisines you encounter while admiring the city's unique, historical architecture.  Start by trying JianBing, a popular Chinese breakfast dish similar to crepes. Then let your guide teach you how to eat ShenJianBao step by step. One of the most popular homegrown delicacies of Shanghai, ShenJianBao is a type of fried dumpling filled with pork and delicious, savory juices. While it's insanely hot and notoriously difficult to eat, your guide will ensure that you know how to eat ShenJianBao like a local.  Delve deeper into Shanghai's food culture by cycling through the backyards of traditional stone...

  • Shanghai: 4-Hour Nightlife Adventure & Tasting Bike Tour

    3. Shanghai: 4-Hour Nightlife Adventure & Tasting Bike Tour

    When the night falls, Shanghai is even dreamier with all the lights intertwining with the moon and the stars. The spectacular skyline in Pudong is well worth a look, with the Shanghai World Financial Center, the Shanghai Tower sitting in the clouds, the spaceship-like pink Oriental Pearl Tower and the video projections on the Aurora Plaza. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Huangpu River, you can view a lot of antique and graceful buildings along the Bund. See pointed Gothic roofs, arches from ancient Greece, Baroque columns, and Spanish balconies, displaying the rich flavor of foreign lands, so unique and majestic. During the tour, you also have a chance to visit the world's most famous jazz bar. From there, cycle to one of the biggest night flea-markets. Then head to Xintiandi and discover its colorful nightlife, wine, cuisines and bands intermingled with western and eastern flavors....

    Shanghai proves to be a surprisingly bike friendly city, especially at night when traffic is low. I felt safe and it was a great and fun way of seeing the city at night. My guide, May, was like an Energizer Bunny. She was extremely friendly and gave very good tips on great places where the locals eat. She also took very good photos for us. I also appreciate that she texted me a day prior to the tour to make sure that everything was fine. One of the highlights was definitely the night lights of the skyscrapers from the bund. She took us to a place where we had a great vantage point without the crowd. The tour also helps to give you an idea of night spots you may like to visit again the next days while you're still in Shanghai. Highly recommended and it was a super fun light workout as well.

  • Shanghai: Full Day Classic Bike Tour With an Authentic Lunch

    4. Shanghai: Full Day Classic Bike Tour With an Authentic Lunch

    Explore the diversity of culture, history, customs, and local lifestyle in Shanghai on this fantastic, one-of-a-kind full-day biking and food tasting adventure. You will appreciate, understand and enjoy Shanghai in a different way after this revealing experience. Your expert guide will lead you along the diverse heritage buildings in the Former French Concession area, then through a Shikumen of Nongtang communities before stopping to refuel with an authentic local lunch. Visit one of the most popular history blocks, an art gallery, Tianzifang, a local and western blended lifestyle hub with a bar, an outdoor cafe, boutique shops, a studio, and antique shops.  Then discover the pedestrian lanes of the Xintiandi area, well-known for its fashion. Ride past the colonial architecture of the Bund, and pedal to Shanghai Old Street, the People's Square, Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Grand Theater ...

    Our guide May was very friendly and funny. She was able to cater to all needs in the group, and made it a fun and exiting day for everyone.

  • Shanghai: Guided Bicycle Tour

    5. Shanghai: Guided Bicycle Tour

    Pedal your way to a new perspective in Shanghai. Explore the Shikumen architectural style that blends design characteristics of eastern and western cultures reflecting — the history of this great Chinese metropolis. Ride through Shanghai's narrow alleyways surrounded by stone houses and buildings on both sides, and catch a glimpse of the unique local lifestyle. Cycle along the picturesque Lu Xun Park and continue towards Yu Garden, an extensive Chinese garden located beside the City God Temple. Make stops at bustling street food stalls and antique stores along your journey, and listen to fascinating stories behind the building and sites you pass from your local guide.

  • Shanghai: Herb Market, Taoist Temple and Tai Chi Bike Tour

    6. Shanghai: Herb Market, Taoist Temple and Tai Chi Bike Tour

    Explore traditional sites of Chinese medicine and religion on a 4-hour bike tour in Shanghai. Pass by many scenic spots, and practice Tai Chi in a famous park. Begin your tour at the meeting point with your local, English-speaking guide. Visit a centuries-old Taoist Temple that has been in existence since the time of the Ming Dynasty, and gain insight into ancient Chinese philosophy and native religion. Then, follow your guide to the largest traditional Chinese herbal medicine market in the country. Explore the theory and application of Chinese medicine, discover how the herbs are prescribed, and come to understand that the goal of treatment is to bring the body back into balance. Finally, take the chance to practice Tai Chi in an ancient park with a master of this martial art. Work on developing your inner power and harmony through the concentration, coordination, and relaxation of y...

  • Full Day Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum & Heritage Bike Tour

    7. Full Day Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum & Heritage Bike Tour

    Enhance your visit to Shanghai with a tour that illustrates the invaluable influence Jews had on shaping Shanghai's culture and economy. Jews played an important role in the city's development from the 1850s to the 1950s, and this excursion immerses you in this period of history. Delve into the Jewish heritage of Shanghai as you explore the city via bicycle with an expert guide. Explore in the open air and get active while scoping out sites such as Huoshan Park, the Jewish Refugees Museum, the Jewish Ghetto, and the former Jewish Club. After meeting up at the office located at Japanese Concession, pedal out into the city with your guide leading the way. Uncover the story of Judaism in Shanghai as you stop at a series of landmarks that offer insights into Jewish life and culture. Stop at the small but quaint Huoshan Park, home to the sole memorial plaque to Shanghai's Jewish community. T...

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What people are saying about Shanghai

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 224 reviews

It is a excellent way to discover Shanghai and my guide May was charming and spoke good English. I loved the park! The main problem was the bike. Heavy and high. You also have to get used to the Shanghai driving especially the cycles

Really feels like seeing the whole town. May is full of energy and maken the trip exciting. Also feels remarkable save to cycle through Shanghai. Loved it!

Our guide May was very friendly and funny. She was able to cater to all needs in the group, and made it a fun and exiting day for everyone.

May was an outstanding guide and sadly shepherded us through the back streets of Shanghai.

Great fun and many many insights about every day life in Shanghai.