The route of this tailor-made cycling tour will be created according to your own unique interests, however, highlights include exploring the leafy boulevards of the charming and historic neighbourhood. One major attraction is Fuxing Park. Far removed from the gorgeous park’s current use as a rose garden. In 1909, the park is opened to the public, with classic Parisian designs such as the Sunken Flower Bed.
Eat It and Burn It
An insightful tour that will immerse you into the daily life of a local in Shanghai.
Take the time to step off the typical tourist trail to experience the realities of Shanghai, experience the unmatched pulse of the city, and taste authentic flavours, just as a local would do.
One of the best food markets in Shanghai is ‘Tian Zi Fang’ which is open 24 hours to the public and is the perfect blend of global charm and ordinary life in the city of Shanghai.
As you venture deeper into the city, the aromatic smells of local delights will be hard to ignore, and you will have the opportunity to explore some of the culinary delicacies that the local scene has to offer, including Xinjiang Lamb Kebabs, Pan-fried Beef Dumplings and Shanghainese Spare Ribs With Rice Cake.
One of the best food markets in Shanghai is ‘Tian Zi Fang’ which is open 24 hours to the public and is the perfect blend of global charm and ordinary life in the city of Shanghai. Throughout the market, there are many open-air cafes where many locals frequent to get their cup of coffee or to simply relax as time passes by. Your guide will take you to their favourite spots along the way, and will also tailor the day to suit your preferences – options include visiting the flagship store of Shanghai Lady, the Ceramic Arts Museum, and the Shanghai Coloured Glaze Museum.