||Visiting participants will be picked up at the hall of Howard Johnson Caida Plaza Shanghai.
Zhouzhuang is a town famous for its canals in Jiangsu province, China. It is located within the administrative area of Kunshan, 30 km southeast of the city centre of Suzhou.
Zhouzhuang is a popular tourist destination, classified as a AAAAA scenic area by the China National Tourism Administration. It is one of the most famous water townships in China, noted for its profound cultural background, the well preserved ancient residential houses and the elegant watery views. It has been called the "Venice of the East".
||Return back to Shanghai
||Huangpu River Crusie
Huangpu River, a symbol of Shanghai, originates in Dianshan Lake and empties into the Yangtze River at Wusongkou (mouth of Wusong River). It is 114 kilometers (71miles) long and 400 meters (0.25 miles) wide. It is ice-free year round. The river divides Shanghai into east and west. It is a silent eyewitness to Shanghai's history and its development.
||Return back to Howard Johnson Caida Plaza Shanghai: About 30 minutes
||For accompanying persons: ￥650 ($100)
||vehicle, tour guide, one dinner, admission fee, insurance.