Zhujiajiao Water Town Tour-Highlights:
1.Non shopping tour
2.No tourist traps
3.No hidden fee
4.The best use of time
6.Licensed guides and tour vehicles
7.Unbeatable price and 5 stars service
Zhujiajiao Water Town Tour
Todays activities:Zhujiajiao,Lunch on your own expense
Meet your guide at your hotel in the morning
Kezhi Garden——Kezhi Garden is a famous classical Chinese garden located in Zhujiajiao, Shanghai. Built during the Qing Dynasty over 200 years ago, it is one of the most well-preserved gardens in southern China. The garden features traditional Chinese architectural elements such as pavilions, bridges, rockeries, and ponds, all set within a natural landscape of trees, plants, and flowers. Visitors can explore the garden’s many scenic spots, admire the exquisite details of the ancient architecture, and experience the tranquility and beauty of old-world China. Kezhi Garden is a must-visit attraction for anyone interested in Chinese culture and history.
The Quanhua Watercolor Art Museum——-located in Zhujiajiao, Shanghai and is a unique attraction for art enthusiasts. As the first watercolor art museum in China, it features a vast collection of watercolor works from renowned artists both from China and abroad. The museum offers visitors an opportunity to see the beauty and diversity of this art form, as well as learn about its history and development. In addition to the exhibits, the museum offers various activities such as watercolor painting classes and cultural events. With its picturesque surroundings and impressive collection, the Quanhua Watercolor Art Museum is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the arts.
The Yuanjin Chan Temple——also known as Yuanjin Zen Temple, is a Buddhist temple located in Zhujiajiao, Shanghai. Originally built during the Tang Dynasty over 1,000 years ago, the temple has undergone several renovations and expansions over the centuries. The temple complex features traditional Chinese architecture with intricate carvings and decorations, including a large bell tower, a drum tower, and several halls dedicated to different Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. Visitors can explore the temple grounds, admire the beautiful buildings and sculptures, and participate in various spiritual activities such as chanting and meditation. The Yuanjin Chan Temple is a significant spiritual and cultural center in Zhujiajiao and a must-visit attraction for anyone interested in Buddhism and ancient Chinese architecture.
The Chenghuang Temple——also known as the City God Temple, is a Taoist temple located in Zhujiajiao, Shanghai. Built during the Ming Dynasty, it served as a place of worship for the city’s patron deity, known as the City God or Chenghuang. The temple complex includes several halls, courtyards, and pavilions, all showcasing traditional Chinese architecture with intricate carvings and decorations. Visitors can explore the temple grounds, admire the beautiful buildings and sculptures, and participate in various religious activities such as offering incense and praying for good fortune. The Chenghuang Temple is a significant cultural and spiritual center in Zhujiajiao.
The Shanghai Handicraft Zhujiajiao Exhibition Hall——a museum located in Zhujiajiao, Shanghai that showcases traditional Chinese handicrafts. The museum’s collection includes a wide variety of handmade artworks by local artisans, including silk embroidery, bamboo weaving, pottery, paper cutting, and more. Visitors can learn about the history and techniques behind each type of craft, watch demonstrations by skilled craftsmen, and purchase unique handmade souvenirs to take home.