Shanghai & Eastern China

Glamorous Shanghai! Explore the French Concession and enjoy the old and the new cityscape from the Bund.

Immersed in the neon-lit Nanjing Lu’s traditional stores and the crowded Yuyuan market, and indulge at the Shanghai Museum. Visit nearby Suzhou for its intricate gardens, Hangzhou for the beautiful lakeside scenery, Nanjing for the historical sites, as well as the Chinese ink-painting like water towns. Go further to climb Yellow Mountain, wander through medieval villages or shop for Chinese ceramic art.

Best Season

Mar - May & Sep - Nov

Spring & Autumn are the best seasons to visit

Shanghai, Suzhou And Hangzhou - From Historical Chinese Paradise To Tomorrow World’s Melting Pot
From S$ 2,685/Adult
6 days
From S$ 2,685/Adult

Discover vibrant Shanghai, a melting pot of east and west, past and present. Enjoy walking through Suzhou's famous gardens and Hangzhou's lovely West Lake. There is a famous Chinese saying – “In heaven there is paradise and on earth there is Suzhou and Hangzhou”.

Yellow Mountain And Medieval Villages-	Discover the picture-perfect mountain and untouched villages
From S$ 2,090/Adult
From S$ 2,090/Adult

Hike on a special route to avoid crowds on Huangshan. Slow down your pace in charming medieval villages to enjoy the exclusive Hui style architecture and relax in beautiful boutique hotels hidden in the local villages

Water Cities - From Wuzhen To Hangzhou
From S$ 2,040/Adult
4 days
From S$ 2,040/Adult

The water cities around Shanghai represent a golden age of China's commercial past during the Ming & Qing Dynasty. Travel through the famous Hangzhou as well as the less known Wuzhen and Fengjing, which are some of the best preserved water cities.

Yellow Mountain And Jingdezhen - From Picture-Perfect Chinese Landscape To Porcelain Capital
From S$ 2,890/Adult
7 days
From S$ 2,890/Adult

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Huangshan, also known as "The loveliest mountain of China" is acclaimed through many arts and literatures. Jingdezhen is home to fine china and synonymous with Chinese porcelains since the Jinde period of the Song Dynasty.

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