Walking Shanghai is not without its obstacles. Sidewalks are often crowded not only with other pedestrians, but with bicycle parking lots, vendors and their carts, card players, laundry strung
between doors and trees and motorcycles and bicycles zooming up and down the sidewalks as though they were extensions of the streets. But it is really only in walking that you'll get a chance to
discover aspects of Shanghai you would otherwise miss from a speeding taxi or a tour bus: that vegetable market teeming with local housewives - scene that are themselves rapidly disappearing from
today's Shanghai. The best way to see Shanghai, is on foot. It must be cool because it costs 200rmb to go around. Contact us in advance.
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