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ShangHai Tour by Sightseeing Tour Bus

See Shanghai’s highlights on this hop-on hop-off tour! Visit Jade Buddha Temple, Nanpu Bridge, the Bund, Jing’an Temple, Xintiandi, the People’s Plaza and more. Your pass is valid on all three routes, and you can hop off at any of the 22 stops to explore attractions by foot with your provided map. You can choose 1 or 2-day pass includes different city attraction admission combos, such as Huangpu River Cruise, Jinmao Tower observation deck (88th floor), The Bund sightseeing tunnel, Shanghai World Financial Center (100th floor) and Shanghai Tower (121th floor)
shanghai sightseeing tour bus

shanghai sightseeing tour bus

ShangHai Sightseeing Tour Bus Info

• 大巴士红线 Red Line

• 大巴士蓝线 Blue Line
1、外滩A2、外滩B3、东方明珠4、上海环球金融中心和金茂大厦5、老码头6、十六铺浦江游览码头(全程时间1小时15分钟,首班发车时间 09:45,末班发车时间17:15,车次间隔30分钟)

• 大巴士绿线 Green Line
shanghai tour map
shanghai city tour map

For Tickets:关于车票
1. Adult ticket
30 yuan ticket: including the 1st and 2nd lines of urban sightseeing tour, valid for 24 hours
50 yuan ticket: including urban sightseeing lines 1, 2, 3, 5 and the Huangpu River Expo ferry, valid for 48 hours
2. Each ticket can bring a child under 1.4 meters (inclusive) free of charge. The child does not occupy a seat. Children above 1.4 meters need to buy an adult ticket.
3. When using each ticket for the first time, you will receive a map brochure and a pair of earphones for the city sightseeing tour bus.
4. With a valid ticket, you can get on and off the bus as many times as you like at the stops of the designated line of the ticket during the operation time of the sightseeing bus.
5月1日-10月31日 9:00—20:30
11月1日-次年4月30日 9:00—18:00
5月1日-10月31日 9:00—19:30
11月1日-次年4月30日 9:00—17:30
全年运行 9:00—16:00
全年运行 9:00—18:00
全年运行 9:00—20:00
1. Urban Sightseeing Tour Line 1 (Red Line)
May 1st – October 31st 9:00—20:30
November 1st – April 30th of the following year 9:00—18:00
2. Urban Sightseeing Tour Line 2 (Green Line)
May 1st – October 31st 9:00—19:30
November 1st – April 30th of the following year 9:00—17:30
3. Urban sightseeing tour line 3 (yellow line)
Year-round operation 9:00—16:00
4. Line 5 (purple line) for urban sightseeing
Year-round operation 9:00—18:00
5. Urban Sightseeing Expo Ferry
Year-round operation 9:00—20:00

ShangHai HuangPu River Cruise at Night

take an amazing river cruise on the HuangPu River. The perfect end to a great tour to see the spectacular views of Shanghai’s skyline from both the East and West sides.

ShangHai HuangPu River Cruise Wharf
please check the map above, usually at the bund, you can find wharf location and buy tickets
• Add 1:上海的十六铺码头,船票在金陵东路轮渡站旁边就可以买到
• Add 2:浦东的滨江大道(离东方明珠不远的黄浦江边滨江大道的海鸥舫)
• Add 3:南京路外滩
• Price:From 35 CNY/Person to 280 CNY/Person,depends onday or night and combination tickets.
• Time:

How to get to Bund HuangPu River Cruise
By Taxi
from city center(tianfu square) to ChengDu People’s Park, very close , 5-10 mins walking route

useful Chinese:for taxi driver
Please take me to ShangHai Bund for river cruise
请载我们到外滩坐游船 (十六铺码头)

By Bus
Bus Line:65

Pudong Skyscrapers


【Jin Mao Tower: Experience the Extreme Speed Elevator】
The two direct elevators running at 9.1 meters per second in Jin Mao Tower are called “time shuttles”, and they can reach the top of the building in just 45 seconds. The glass curtain wall on the sightseeing floor has a wide field of vision. Leaning on the railing, you can see the urban scenery on both sides of the Huangpu River and the magnificent scenery of the Yangtze River Estuary. There is also a love post office in the sightseeing hall, where you can send a postcard to him and share with him the scenery and mood at the moment

[World Financial Center: Overlooking the Panorama of Magic City]
The World Financial Center is one of the “Three High-rise Buildings in Shanghai”. Its unique shape resembling a “corkscrew” is particularly eye-catching among the high-rise buildings in Lujiazui. The Sightseeing Hall on the 100th floor is a prime location overlooking the panoramic view of the Magic City. Not only can you look up at the spire of the Oriental Pearl, you can step on the hanging sightseeing corridor and enjoy the scenery on both sides of the Pujiang River through the transparent glass under your feet. There was a surge of pride and joy that “I will be the top of the mountain, and I will see the mountains and small mountains”.

Oriental Pearl Tower

When the Oriental Pearl Tower was built in 1994, much of Pudong was still farmland. The structure, which looks straight out of The Jetsons is particularly kitschy when night falls and its neon lights are turned on. Each of the tower’s three spheres, which are meant to represent pearls, has its own observation deck, and a museum in the base recalls Shanghai’s pre-1949 history. For a 360-degree bird’s-eye view of the city go to the top deck, or sit for a drink in the tower’s revolving restaurant, although the food should be given a pass.

Puxi, the west side of Shanghai, has the city’s historic buildings, and Pudong, to the east, has its skyscrapers. These are concentrated in the Lujiazui neighborhood, just across from the Bund. Jin Mao Tower stands 88 floors high (8 is an auspicious number), a postmodern spin on a classic 13-tier Buddhist pagoda design. Zoom to the tower’s 88th-floor observation deck in just 45 seconds and take in the 360-degree views, or skip the line and settle into a window seat at Grand Hyatt’s 87th-floor Cloud 9 bar. Just across the street is Shanghai World Financial Center, often jokingly called “The Bottle Opener.” It has three observation decks, the highest of which is on the 100th floor. The view from the top is thrilling—on a clear day, you’ll feel as if you’re floating above the city, and when it’s overcast, it’s as if you’re adrift in the clouds. As with Jin Mao Tower, you can skip the crowds of the observation deck by going for tea or a drink at Park Hyatt’s 87th-floor Living Room. Shanghai Tower—China’s tallest building and world’s second tallest—is not yet open to the public.

ShangHai Aquarium: World’s longest underwater tunnel

The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is one of Shanghai’s strangest attractions. Located beneath the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, you travel under the Huangpu River by train for the most psychedelic trip of your life. Compartments on the train are completely transparent, so you can see all around, and the sound system changes as much as the colors. It takes about 5 minutes to go through the tunnel, plus it’s a great chance for memorable vacation photos.

Old City

A great neighborhood for exploring and getting lost, the Old City was once the central core of Shanghai, surrounded by a fortified wall built to keep out Japanese pirates. Today, just one 50-year section of the Old City Wall remains, and the area’s old shikumen stone gate houses are disappearing rapidly. Here you’ll find the highest concentration of narrow, winding laneways where laundry flaps from bamboo poles, locals drive scooters piled perilously high with cargo, and where not so long ago chamber pots were still in use. This is one slice of old Shanghai that will never be replicated, so see it before it’s gone.

ShangHai Night Acrobatic Show

a fantastic acrobatic show in the evening after your day tour. This is the best show in China with a spectacular environment and features sophisticated athletic performers! ​A must see activity if you have time. Price: $45 USD/person from