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One Day Tour to Ancient Xitang Town from Shanghai

One Day Tour to Ancient Xitang Town from Shanghai
Tour Code: SHA-SHA20
Price from:(per people)
CNY 395 p/p
Duration:
1 day
Departure Date:
You Deside !
Departure/Pick-up:
Shanghai
Traffic:
Car
Main Destination:
Xitang Town
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Itinerary Features

Main Tourist Attractions in the Itinerary:

Xitang Town:
Five Girls Park, Temple of King Protecting Country Sui Rice, Long corridor by the side of river, Drunken Garden, Sacred Hall, Ni’s Family Residence, West Garden, Zhongfu Hall, China Wine Culture Museum, China Eaves Tile Museum, Ancient Wood Carving Museum, China Button Museum, Root Arts Museum.

 

Experience in the Itinerary:
* Strolling on the flagstone streets in the ancient town to feel the frozen history in tranquil and serene.
* Indulging yourself in the picturesque scenery of the bridges and rivers with green trees, ancient simple but graceful buildings.

 

Why we suggest this tour itinerary?

Having a tour to ancient town and village in China would be a very special experience for who wanna escaping from the over-noising city and long for a vacation that can free oneself in peace. China Ancient Town Tour here selects well-arranged tour package to one of the most famous water towns, Xitang, aims to provide you with the opportunity to explore the town, which well keep their unique customs and culture, to appreciate its peaceful atmosphere and feel the magic power of water.   

  

You can find the situation of the famous ancient Water Towns near Shanghai in Yangtze River Delta at this map,

6 Most Famous Water Towns:
Wuzhen, Nanxun, Xitang, Tongli, Luzhi, Zhouzhuang

 

Some other Water Towns in this area:

Zhujiajiao, Jinxi, Mudu, Luxiang, Huishan. 

 

In 2003,the protecting project of the Yangtze River Water Towns (including Zhouzhuang, Tongli, Luzhi, Nanxun, Wuzhen and Xitang) was granted the Award of Distinction by the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation. It has helped make the project a model for repairing and conserving other cultural relics. By car, you can easily take one day tour to any one of these towns from Shanghai.

 

These small towns, with their black tiled, oil-painted timber framework houses, that contrast sharply with its white walls and gray flagging, brings to mind a Chinese ink and wash painting. The rivers running through the town were once the main means of transportation for local people, but these days is little used, other than for festive celebrations, when bulk cargo is shipped in. The window sills of the houses on the banks of the river are further extended with boards, on which flowers, plants and bonsai bloom in the warm sunshine, adding a touch of life and color to this tranquil, old style towns.

 

There are many well-preserved Ming (1368-1644 AD) and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911 AD) buildings in these towns, formerly the homes of those rich enough to escape the social turbulence of centuries past. They chose these towns as the place to build their homes for its out-of-the-way location and convenient transportation, the same reasons these towns retains such an authentic feeling today.

 

Go to Water Towns around Shanghai, looking for peace in your heart...