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Shanghai - Nantong

Description :Nantong city is a vital river port bordering Yancheng to the north, Taizhou to the west, Suzhou to the south across the river, and the East China Sea to the east. It has contributed to China cultural development with seven "Firsts": Establishment of the first school for teacher training; the first folk museum; the first school of the textile industry; the first school of embroidery; the first drama school; the first school for the deaf and blind; and the first weather station.
Tour Code : SHEC-23
Price : from US$193 p/p
Departure Date : You choose
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Note: SSP refers to Single Room Supplement Price.

- Hotel accommodation (double occupancy)
- Entrance fees as mentioned in the itinerary.
- Meal as described. (B=breakfast, L=lunch)
- Personal Guide & Driver + Private car / van for Private Transfer & sightseeing.
- Service Charge & Government Taxes.

- Personal expenses.
- Tips or gratuities to local driver and guide.
- Single Room Supplement Price


Shanghai is a city mushrooming along the scenic Huangpu River. Ancient gardens and relics contrast with futuristic high rises. Water towns encircle its urban core. Temples,churches and cathedrals coexist in this melting pot. Come to explore Shanghai and fall in love with a city with no boundary...


In the earliest time of the Chinese nation was the Five-Emperor Age, wars had often been fought between the tribes living in northern Jiangsu and Han folks from the central China. These ethnic tribes were defeated by the central forces at last, so they inevitably needed to migrate to the south, thus the very first people living in area now we called Nantong were these exiled tribes. They had also left traces of northern culture here.
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