What you'll do
There are lots of legends about the Bund in Shanghai, but how were the changes made to the farmlands into private wharfs and South-Asian style corridor built, eventually became an "international architectural exposition”? How to build the westernized Public Park and the wide Yangtze Road along the Bund? How foreign consulates, Western firms and financial institutions liked to set up here? And why the area was called the Bund? The answer is quite a complex, but we will reveal all of the secrets for you during this unique walking tour.
Janny, Mary, Mason, Zoe, Joy
We're a group of people who are passionate about the city and Chinese culture. Our programs are designed to provide a complete, genuine, and insightful Shanghai experience. Together we created Shanghai Pathways, a platform that engages with people to learn and understand the city through unique cultural activities off the beaten tracks. Our founder, Janny Chyn, is a writer who's been a guest speaker for schools and organizations. She also provides training and consultation services for P&G, Ipsos, and Google. Her work has been featured in the LA Times, CNNgo, and the Shanghai Morning Post.
Where you'll be
We will walk through the following places - Former Astor House Hotel. - Waibaidu Bridge - Shanghai Rowing Club - The Union Church, and the former British Consulate. - East Nanjing Road - Peace Hotel - Former HSBC building - Custom house - Former British club
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
Exploring the Bund Offbeat
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