Traveler Reviews : Shanghai Activities and Things to Do

Traveler Reviews : Shanghai Suburb Water Village Half Day Tour

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Mr. Pierre
( France )
Jul 11, 2012
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"A beautiful and peaceful small village in the rain"
Zhujiajiao is not far from Shanghai. It is still a beautiful and peaceful small village in the rain. Many photo opportunities. Fantastic 'local' food, although you have to be adventurous to try some of these foods, I enjoy the experience. Other attractions are just OK. There are not many things to see in Silk Mill. Our guide speaks good English. Half a day will be enough for sight-seeing due to its small size.
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Mr. Bob
( Hungary )
Jul 10, 2012
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"Great Day Out!!!"
Great Day Out!!! Zhujiajiao is less busy than other famous water villages, tranquil, and very authentic. It is a good place to wander if you were a resident nearby. The snacks in the town were also tasty. I enjoyed experience tasting many kinds of local snacks whenever I travel. This is a pretty and traditional town, but a lot of shops lining almost all of the ways. Thank you for all your assistance.
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Mr. Swan
( Ireland )
Jul 09, 2012
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"An overview of an old China town."
The old town is very fun and beautiful. You can find the real China here. It seems that people do not change their life style. It was very easy to get there from Shanghai, one bus, more than 30 minutes. The village is very crowded, however, this is China. You should treat the crowds as a part of life! A little bit commercialized, but it actually provids us with an overview of an old China town.
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Mr. Berlin
( Peru )
Jul 04, 2012
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"An Old Town."
The suburb of Shanghai, a good way to escape from the rush of modern life. So, this weekend, my wife and I did a half day tour in a water village. Visiting such an Old Town, you can taste a variety kind of tea and have views of restored old-style buildings. There are lots of stalls, and my bargaining skills should be improved I suppose. If you have more time, you can go to Zhouzhuang.
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Mr. Eric
( Hungary )
Jul 03, 2012
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"Zhujiajiao Water Village, loved it."
Zhujiajiao Water Village, we spent a half day here, loved it. With canals all over the town, the best way to travel this town is taking boat. Lake there gives you a peaceful mind. This village became well-known because the movie Mission Impossible III. It was interesting to find a movie scene in the real world. We preferred spending more time on scenery instead of small stores though some souvenirs were quite interesting.
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Mr. Peter
( Malaysia )
Jun 14, 2012
  • Overall Satisfaction:
"Short but good."
This town is more than 400 years old, but it is still not long in China. We went into almost every store. Although the tour was very short, our guide Tina was friendly and careful. She knew all the best places to take photos and she even could put you in the right position. Thank you for your arrangement. Some suggestions: maybe your company can recommend some nice restaurants to eat.
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David Craig Mellinger
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Aug 18, 2011
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Hi James,
The level of service and attention we received were almost overwhelming. And I say that in a good way. Given that we had never used tour guides before, we had no idea what to expect. Your company set the bar very high for future tours we may choose to take. Thank you for informed and personal tour guides, great food and accommodations and giving us the wonderful experience for which we had hoped.

Sincerely,
David Craig Mellinger, Austrilia