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Easily accessible from Shanghai. Lots of the shops are food related, however, nice just to have a wander around. Take a boat ride and then relax in one of the bars along the water and take in the sights.
Take ine 17 until Zhujiajiao from anywhere in Shanghai.
the whole trip is like 8Rmbs and takes around 1.5 hrs from Peoples square.
I went there end of november temperature was around 20 degrees. Windy though. its better to go early mornings if you are...More
An hour away from Shanghai, a very quiet and calm water village is Zhujiajiao. Beautiful old bridges and lot of tourists around. Ancient town has a lot of attractions including the old post office, the city god temple, kezhi garden, chinese pharmacy and many more....More
The new Metro line 17 now takes you to Zhujiajiao.... a great find. The old town is about a 20 minute walk from the Metro station. The old town has lots of neat things to see. Skip the Venice style gondolas.... they are as bad...More
Shanghai is surrounded by Water Cities. This one is easily accessible from subway train in downtown Shanghai. It will take about 1 hour. Lots of venders along the narrow streets of the main canal and many restaurants/coffee houses. A few impressive bridges.
Zhujiajiao is a very nice water town on the outskirts of Shanghai, around 50 minutes from downtown with the metro. It's not the most amazing one in China, but if you can't leave Shanghai this is a good choice.
I suggest to visit it in...More
Maybe I am a bit jaded because of my recent visit to Xitang, but I thought Zhujiajiao was the poorer cousin to the former. Don't get me wrong; this was still a great place to come to, partly for the cultural experience, partly for the...More