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!
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!
Have you always wanted to learn how to cook authentic dim sum? You’re in luck! This activity will make you achieve your culinary dream of doing so. You’ll begin by meeting up with a guide who will take you for an informative stroll around the local wet market. There, you’ll learn all about the best ingredients that you can buy and use to put together the best kinds of dim sum recipes as well as how to haggle with vendors to purchase the ingredients for lower rates. Learning these things is essential for people who love to cook. Once you’re done being taken around the market, you’ll visit a real home kitchen and learn how to make dim sum from a local. You’ll never know what you’re going to be taught because the dishes you’ll prepare will depend on the season and the availability of ingredients, though this is what makes the class exciting. You’ll even get to feast on the dim sum you’ve made. This class is a great way to make new friends who share the same love of food as you and you can swap stories with them while you dine on your creations. You’ll definitely have an amazing experience and you can take home what you’ve learned so that you can feed your family and friends some amazing dim sum dishes. This is a must for food lovers and chefs looking to learn new recipes.
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What people are saying about Food Tours in Shanghai
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.