Jews played a significant role in Shanghai’s development through 1949. Many wealthy and successful entrepreneurs lived in the city and ran thriving businesses. Our tour takes you on the historical trail through Shanghai’s Jewish history. Lunch at Shanghai’s Jewish Center gives you a glimpse into the continuing role of Jews in China.
|HIGHLIGHTS||Deep understanding of the Shanghai’s Jewish History
Visit the Queen Anne Revival style buildings
|Why choose this tour||Follow us to witness the long history of the Jewish people who settled in China. Ohel Moishe Synagogue, the Huoshan Park, the Tilanqiao Jewish Region, on seeing these sights one by one, you may feel you have personally experienced their history.|
|INCLUDED||Professional English Speaking tour guide
Free hotel pick up and drop off service
Private car/van with professional driver
A La Carte lunch (CNY80.00 net per person) will be served in the local nice restaurant for you to taste the local food
Travel Agent Insurance
|EXCLUDED||Gratuities to guides
Travel insurance coverage for injury/accident
Meet up at hotel lobby at 9:00AM
Our guide and driver will meet you at hotel lobby at 9:00AM with a card showing your names. It is very easy to be recognized.
Now, it is open to public as a recreational venue for free. Different from other amusement parks, it carried its own story and background. It was set up in memory of thousands of the Jewish who once thronged to Shanghai for shelter to get away from being persecuted by fascists during World War 2.
Tilanqiao Jewish Region
There remained some characteristic buildings, and most of them were of Queen Anne Revival style.
Our guide will introduce the local nice restaurants according to your flavor, you are suggested to try the steamed dumplings and Shanghai Benbang dishes.
The French Concession
It is centered on Huaihai Road and Nanjing Road. Designated for the French, French Concession is area with an air of “Paris of the East”. It is a beautiful district of Shanghai with tree-lined avenues, little boutiques and great bars and restaurants.
Jewish Refugees Museum
The Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum was built in memory of the time during the Second World War when Jewish refugees sought sanctuary from massacre. It is housed in the former Ohel Moshe Synagogue where the Jewish refugees gathered for religious activities. The museum holds many scrolls and other cultural relics.
Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center
Are you curious about what turned Shanghai into today’s super city? Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center is a must-see to witness how Shanghai became a cosmopolitan city from shabby fishing village. With the theme of “City, man, environment, and development”, it serves for exhibition, research, communication, consultation, education and sightseeing. The 3rd Floor is perhaps the most impressive, which displays a scale model of Shanghai. A cup of coffee on the top will be a good ending this time travel.
Back to hotel at 5:30PM
Our guide and driver will send you back to hotel at around 5:30PM.
Add on: To maximize your enjoyment of Shanghai, in the evening, you can choose to watch an awesome Acrobatic Show or take the Huangpu River Cruise to have a night view of Shanghai City. (Optional)
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