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Explore 2 UCPlaces digital self-guided tours in China

Hello and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of the vibrant city of Shanghai, where past and present seamlessly intertwine, creating a captivating tapestry of history and modernity. My name is Dave, and I am pleased to be your guide today. As we embark on this walking tour, we will greet you with the stunning architecture, including the towering skyscrapers of Pudong's Lujiazui district, a testament to Shanghai's rapid economic growth, and we’ll immerse ourselves in the city's cosmopolitan atmosphere. Marvel at the iconic Bund, where the historic waterfront meets a dazzling display of contemporary structures across the Huangpu River. Explore the bustling markets of Yuyuan Garden, where traditional Chinese architecture and serene ponds offer a tranquil escape from the urban hustle. Each step in Shanghai unveils a new layer of its rich heritage and dynamic spirit, making it a city of contrasts and cultural convergence that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression. We begin today on Xinchang Road next to the Chong Hing Finance Center. There is a large parking lot if you drove in today, and there is public transportation nearby, including subway trains and bus stops. Follow your navigation and we will begin shortly.

Places: 18 POIs Distance: 3.48 mi Duration: 1h:45m

Welcome to the Historic America & UCPlaces audio walking tour of San Francisco's Chinatown. This tour will guide you through one of the Bay Area’s most celebrated neighborhoods, the oldest and biggest Chinatown in the United States. Using historic sites, spiritual institutions, sites, sounds and statuary, you’ll learn how this place has persevered as an iconic center for the Chinese diaspora. We can’t wait to share San Francisco's Chinatown with you! To get started, meet me at the exit of the Montgomery Bart station, on Market Street.

Places: 17 POIs Distance: 1.21 mi Duration: 58m