‘Tis the season for friends, family, and loved ones to start visiting all of us living, working, and studying in China. One of the questions we always hear is “What do I do with my parents for a week in Shanghai?” or “How do I keep my friends busy while I have to work during the week?”
While Beijing has a plethora of cultural sites, and enough temples and sections of the Great Wall to explore for weeks, in Shanghai, sometimes you have to dig a bit deeper. Sure there are temples and gardens, but we’ve always thought of the city as more of a haven for nightlife, markets, and eating well. Which is why our half-day food tours are a great introduction for newbies to town, occupying an entire morning or afternoon while you resume your regularly-scheduled work and class life.
In addition to being able to privately book any of our food, jogging, or cultural tours, we’ve got a new summer schedule lined up for public tours that are especially affordable for students, singles and couples traveling in China.
Here’s the schedule breakdown:
Every Monday: Oodles of Noodles food tour – 2 PM – 3 hours, RMB 350/person
Every Tuesday: Street Eats Breakfast – 8 AM- 3 hours, RMB 350/person
Every Wednesday: Run This Town – 7:30 AM – 90 minutes RMB 200/person
We’ll keep the group size small at 6 people, and all you have to do is email info[@]untourfoodtours.com to reserve!