• Local: Shanghai, China
  • Duração: 2 horas (aproximadamente)
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Avaliado por: L E B , Setembro 2015

Our tour guide, Zoe, was great! I've spent a lot of time in Shanghai on business and even took time to 'tour' during previous visits. BUT, this was the first tour where I felt I learned, in detail, about how those who live and work in Shanghai actually live. We walked the communities different income levels, visited a realtor to learn about prices/space/location for apartments and homes, visited a variety of food stores to learn about the different types of food locals eat, learned about eastern medicine herbs and other sources for healing and health and even learned about how different people come to live in Shanghai school, work, government-incentives. Zoe not only explained everything that we were seeing, she was also able to answer any questions we presented. I took two 17 year olds on this tour with me and Zoe kept their attention. If you can request a tour guide for the morning tour, request Zoe!

Avaliado por: Bruce N , Janeiro 2013

A really great opportunity to see part of Shanghai life that isn't usually accessible.Janny is an excellent guide.

Avaliado por: Anônimo , Setembro 2012

It was a great tour to experience the local Shanghai life. We are glad you took this tour - very off the beaten track and a must do!

Avaliado por: Robert M , USA, Setembro 2012

Of all the tours we took this really explained the life and living conditions of the local people. We were right in the lanes and alleyways talking to the local residents. We did not want the tour to end. Don'T miss this tour.

Avaliado por: Kathy B , Junho 2016

The weather had a huge effect on our experience as it rained steadily and I got soaked and cold. The focus was on three different types of residential housing It was interesting to go into the alleyways that we would never have dared to venture into on our own. I waylaid the guide to see food outlets that took my attention. We were never invited into a private house so that was misleading.