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Shanghai Zhujiajiao Ancient Town Admission Ticket
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Shanghai Zhujiajiao Ancient Town Admission Ticket
from US$9.09*
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Zhujiajiao is an ancient water town also known as the "pearl stream." Best known for its bridges, built during Ming and Qing Dynasties, the various spans are built of wood, marble and stone.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
No.36 Meizhou Road, Qingpu District | Zhujiajiao Town, Shanghai 201713, China
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Reviewed yesterday

Shanghai and Suzhou have several Ancient Watertowns, Zhujiajiao being the one that is the easiest one to get to besides Qibao. Jump on the metro line 2 go to Hongqiao Trainstation metro stop and pick up Line 17 from there. Get off at the Zhujiajiao...More

Thank Reslimpan
Reviewed 2 days ago

Can take the metro and easily walk or take the local bus after getting down the metro as it is easily to be reach. Lots of bridges, built during Ming and Qing Dynasties, the various spans are built of wood, marble and stone. Nothing much...More

Thank oplevelyn
Reviewed 2 days ago

When my hubby and I went to this place, I didnt see any foreign people who are black or white...or even my own race....this place protects its exclusivity as much as possible to the locals...the night life are superb with a lot of bars and...More

1  Thank Dokirona
Reviewed 6 days ago

Not too far away from the city and we had a guide who kept a close eye on the traffic so no drama getting there. Lovely old streets and a ride on the river. It is a little touristy for an 'ancient town' and gets...More

Thank Wilyfox68
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Just visited this place during the public holidays. There are a lot of eateries places and very crowded. Definitely will be back again during non holiday season to have a quiet ambient and enjoy the old streets and houses.

Thank Jinchoon L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Zhujizjizo is a beautiful town. We took the metro from Shanghai and walked toward the town centre. We tried to hire a bike at first but that was all a bit too hard for us westerners. As we followed the signs, at the intersection there...More

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The water village at its best. Boat ride is two way and you can't get off on the way so beware. Instant photo shops are cheap and quality is average. There is an ancient temple and modern sites are developing on opposite side comprising of...More

Thank swatigeeta
Reviewed 1 week ago

The town itself is pretty nice, old houses, narrow streets, water canals and lots of things to do. Our mistake was to go there during 1st week of October, which is Chinese national holidays. The crouds were HUGE, it was impossible to walk, to stop,...More

Thank Anastasia8307
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A bit touristy and items are more expensive in the shops or stalsl.Very picturesque and great for keen photographers if you can avoid the crowds..Have visited this town on two separate occasions.

Thank moira193
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Zhujoajiao Town has one of the finest stone bridges in China. It is like a little Venice with merchants all along the canal. We took a ride on the canal and walked up and down the streets looking at the food vendors and shopping in...More

Thank LibbyH1
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14 July 2018|
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Response from Nils P | Reviewed this property |
We went there in the morning! This place is very crowded at about noon.
27 February 2018|
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Response from ptpt_jpn | Reviewed this property |
I went there by subway. Very easy. Get on line 2 to Hongqiao railway station. Then transfer to line 17.
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17 January 2018|
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I’m sorry I don’t know because we were on a tour.