Go on a cruise along the Huangpu River and get an extraordinary view of the Bund and the surrounding areas. With a fully flexible ticket, turn up at a time that's most convenient for you, go to the port and just present your voucher to get on board. The cruise starts from the Bund and will cruise along to view the most popular sights along the Huangpu River such as the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the Shanghai International Convention Center, Jin Mao Tower, International Finance Center, the Shanghai Center, and more (there are way too many to mention!) You can go any time of day and get to treated to different sights of Shanghai in the morning, afternoon or evening! This tour is a great introduction to the beautiful city, perfect for first-timers in Shanghai!
Get a new perspective on the many neighborhoods of China's largest city, Shanghai, during this half day bicycle tour! Cycle past city districts and famous attractions, such as the French Concession, where you'll see some of the city's best dumplings. Then head over to Xintiandi, where lanes offer some of the best shopping, dining, and entertainment you'll ever find in Shanghai. Pass by Shanghai Old Street, too. Here, you can visit a number of cultural exhibits, such as handicraft stores and traditional tea houses. Some other places you'll visit are the People's Square, the Bund, and Nanjing Road. This tour is perfect for people who want to discover Shanghai the local way!
Pedal through the different eras of Shanghai history on this half day bike tour, the perfect introduction to a city that never sleeps! Through the narrow lanes in the former Japanese concession area, discover the gathering place of Japanese immigrants. Then head to the famous foodie street with hundreds of restaurants and indulge in some local food before cycling to the former British concession area. Pass by some of the must-sees in Shanghai, such as People's Park, Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Grand Theatre, and Urban Planning Exhibition Hall. If you want to enjoy a classic route to experience Shanghai in a short full stop of time, then this bike tour is for you!
You might think Shanghai is all about futuristic, avant-garde buildings in Pudong and old art deco buildings on the Bund. But there are enclaves where you can still feel the city's olden times, with its Chinese traditional buildings, gardens, and typical Chinese eateries—and this bike tour will take you through it all. Your first stop is the Former French Concession, where you'll bike through narrow lanes and discover beautiful villas from the 1920s. See shikumen housing in its most authentic state at Cité Bourgogne, too, and pass by the Zhou Enlai Residence. Some other attractions you'll visit are Tianzifang (Taikang Road), the antique markets on Dongtai Road, and Shanghai Old Street. This tour is for you if you prefer to explore the city on an off the beaten track, far from the tourist crowd.
Discover Shanghai's colorful nightlife and spectacular night views—behind bike handlebars! This bike tour starts at the cultural section of the city that best represents a beautiful mix of ancient and modern influences: the Bund. Then you'll bike along Tianzifang (Taikang Road), an arts and crafts enclave that comprises a labyrinth of alleyways. Pass by Maoming Road as well going to Xintiandi, where you'll get a taste of both Shanghai in the 1920's and the urbanities of the 21st century. Shop for souvenirs at Nanjing before heading to the last tour stop: the city's famous People's Square. If you're a fan of Chinese culture and want to see what Shanghai has to offer after the sun goes down, this bike tour is for you.
Discover the colorful nightlife and the spectacular night views of the vibrant city of Shanghai — all from behind the handlebars on this bike tour! When night falls, the city is even dreamier with all the lights. Start the night bike tour with a stunning view of the skyline in Pudong. Then take your time pedaling along the famous Bund walkway, taking photos of the antique and majestic buildings along the Huangpu River. Admire the pointed gothic roofs, baroque columns, ancient Greece style arches, and Spanish balconies of the structures along the Bund, then head over to Shanghai's most famous jazz bar and biggest night flea markets. Continue riding to Xintiandi for a taste of the Shanghai nightlife, before ending the bike tour for some traditional Shanghainese street food. Bring your friends and family along on this exciting, immersive bike tour!
Discover hidden Shanghai on this half day bike tour of Shikumen! Shikumen, which means 'Stone Warehouse Gate', is regarded as the most representative house style of Shanghai as the Hutongs are representative of Beijing. Like Hutongs, Shikumen is a traditional Shanghainese architectural style characterized by multifamily, low-slung complexes often with second-floor balconies. On this bike tour, cycle through the laneway houses and pass by the residential complex, General Zhou Enlai. Learn about the traditional buildings from a knowledgeable guide, and gain insight into the daily life of Shanghainese in the area. Pedal through Tianzifang as well to see the beautiful contrast between the antique and modern buildings. Head to your last stop, Yu Garden, and admire the stunning architecture of the pools and pavilions. If you want to see the cluster of enclaves that seem frozen in time in Shanghai, then this bike tour is for you!
Shanghai is packed with fascinating sights, old and new—and doing them all justice calls for a full day bike tour! On this tour, you'll start with a 1 hour Chinese massage for a much needed energy boost before you hit the streets. Then pass by the leafy boulevards of the elegant Former French Concession, where you'll find live music venues and boutique wine bars. Cycle around the most popular scenic spots, such as Xintiandi, Tianzifang (Taikang Road), and Shanghai Old Street. Let the fresh wind at Riverside Promenade or Binjiang Road touch your face and blow your hair, as you bike towards People's Square, where you'll have the chance to admire its garden landscapes and landmarks. The last tour stop is Nanjing Road, the earliest and most prosperous shopping street in Shanghai. Here, you can look for souvenirs to take home to your family and friends!
Take a breather from the hustle and bustle of Shanghai’s concrete jungle and go on an adrenaline-pumping tour on a bicycle to the picturesque Jiangnan region of China. You’ll be picked up from your hotel and get taken to a bicycle rental shop. From there, you’ll ride a bicycle alongside your fellow tourists and an enthusiastic English-speaking tour guide who will regale you with riveting tales and insightful commentary all throughout this adventure. You’ll ride your bicycle for about 30 kilometers to the majestic and idyllic Zhujiajiao Watertown. Once you arrive there, you’ll explore it on foot. You’ll get to see daily rural life in the region and admire the many waterways, the old bridges, and the quaint houses all around you. You can even ride a boat and get filmic views of town from the waterways. You’ll also get to feast on an authentic Chinese dish for lunch at a restaurant by a water-front. This is a must for culture enthusiasts and history buffs who like to go exploring places on foot or on a bicycle.
Unveil Shanghai's artistic heritage on this bike tour to the city's most famous museums and exhibitions! See an extensive collection of ancient Chinese art at the Shanghai Museum, then proceed to the nearby Shanghai Art Museum. Pass by the Shanghai City Planning Exhibition Hall, which was built to show the success of the city's planning and construction. Admire the traditional lane houses at Cité Bourgogne, which blends European and Chinese architectural features, as well, before proceeding to Hengshan Road where you'll find a host of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs with open courtyards. You'll end the tour at the famed Taiyuan Road. This tour is for you if you wish to familiarize yourself with the artistic side of Shanghai.
Explore Shanghai by bike on a full day tour that takes you to the best parts of the city. On this tour, you'll cycle along the historical block in old downtown, then through an antique market, and a famous museum. Your first stop is the Former French Concession, where you'll trace Shanghai's colonial past. See traditional shikumen buildings at Cité Bourgogne, as well as the reinvented traditional stone gate lane houses in Xintiandi. Then head over to Tianzifang, where you'll discover creative shops, before heading to Zhou Enlai's Residence. Some other attractions you'll visit on this tour are Dongtai Road, Shanghai Old Street, Binjiang Avenue, Nanjing Road, People's Square, and Shanghai Museum.
Delve deep into the fascinating Jewish heritage of Shanghai as you explore the city on a bike! In the 1930s to 1940s, the Chinese city hosted a large, vibrant community of Jewish refugees fleeing persecution in Europe—and on this tour, you'll get a glimpse into those refugees' daily lives. Visit the Ohel Moshe Synagogue, now called the Jewish Refugees Museum. Then admire the verdant splendor of Huoshan Park, before going to the Jewish Club in Nanjing West Road. Head over to Tianzifang, too, which houses cafes, bars, restaurants, craft stories, art galleries, and French bistros. Xintiandi, Shanghai Old Street, Binjiang Avenue, and People's Square are some other attractions you'll visit on this tour.
You might think Shanghai is all about futuristic, avant-garde buildings in Pudong and old art deco buildings on the Bund. But there are enclaves where you can still feel the city's olden times, with its Chinese traditional buildings, gardens, and typical Chinese eateries—and this bike tour will take you through it all. Pedal through the historic block in old downtown, past a famous post museum, antique market, and local community. Take a break with some authentic Chinese lunch, before getting back on the road to the Confucius Temple. Visit Shanghai Museum and Tianzifang as well, then cycle along Sinan Rd for the exquisite art galleries, coffee shops, tea houses, and more. See the only garden in Shanghai that has preserved the French style, Fuxing Park, before you reach the ancient city wall. Cycle the backstreets of old Shanghai as an end to the tour. This bike tour is for you if you prefer to explore the city on an off the beaten track, far from the tourist crowd!
Shanghai is definitely the most dynamic city in China. It's not only a city with ancient relics, but is also an ever-changing metropolis — and on this bike tour, you'll discover the modern side of the city! Start with a short introduction to Shanghai history from your knowledgeable tour guide. Then ride through Shikumen Longtang, a lane where you'll admire the most representative architectural style of Shanghai. Explore the French Concession, then pedal through Xintiandi to witness a melting pot of cultures. Ride across Nanjing Road to Pudong New Area, and visit the Shanghai Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, and Jin Mao Tower, among others. This is simply the perfect excursion if you want to get an insight into the modern, dynamic city of Shanghai in just one day.
Looking to see more of China beyond the engaged streets of Shanghai? Book through Klook and go on a thrilling whole day cycling tour that’ll take you to a gorgeous rural area in the country that most people don’t bother to visit. You’ll begin the tour by getting picked up by a private transfer that’ll take you to a bicycle rental shop. You’ll hop on a bike and take it for a sweet ride to the beautiful island of Chongming. On the way there, you’ll get filmic views of the lush Chinese countryside, so make sure to bring your camera so you can take wonderful snapshots of the incredible landscape. All throughout this tour, you’ll be cycling alongside an engaging tour guide who will regale you with great stories and interesting trivia about the island. There, you’ll witness daily rural life as you meander around the many villages and pastoral lands around it. You can also visit the bird sanctuary where you can watch a wide variety of avians flying around the area and perching on trees. This is a must for culture enthusiasts and nature lovers who like to go exploring on a bike.
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What people are saying about Bike Tours in Shanghai
Did the afternoon bike tour with a young lady named “Su-chi” (forgot her English name) this past Sunday. Two other people who were supposed to be on the tour didn’t show up, so it ended up being just me (private tour, yay). The bike ride was pleasant and the guide was knowledgeable and paid great attention to my safety. We were biking on the streets of Shanghai with all the road traffic so you’d want to be comfortable with it (we used the bike lane but scooters were using the lane too). We got to see places as noted in the itinerary, and also parked the bike and walked a bit in the old alleyways, tianzefeng, and xintiande. I really enjoyed the tour and the guide was very sweet and professional. Would definitely recommend.
I strongly recommend this bike trip. This bike trip is one way to truly enjoy your trip to Shanghai. In addition to the many tourist spots, you can also see the lifestyles and streets of locals in Shanghai. The guide was very good at English and kindly explained to us the history and culture of Shanghai. Shanghai was a good place for biking because there were no mountains, and the roads weren't bad for cycling. The experience of riding a bike with other people in Shanghai has been a good memory for me. If my friend is going to Shanghai, I would definitely recommend this bike trip. One thing to complement is that it was hard to find points that met the guide. I was embarrassed that there was no store at the address described. The fact was that I had to meet a guide in front of the address building. If you see an explanation for this, it may be helpful.
We were a party of 3 and had a good time at this bike tour. Especially Julia our guide was very friendly and good at her job. The group was also very nice and we had a group drink at the boxing cat (local brewery). This activity is more than recommendable, especially if you want to be active and experience Shanghai by night.