Historic Southern Hongkou Walk

The Hongkou district lies to the north and east of the Suzhou Creek. It was originally developed by American and Japanese concessionaires.

The Hongkou district lies to the north and east of the Suzhou Creek. It was originally developed by American and Japanese concessionaires. In 1863, it was combined with the British Concession to create the International Settlement.

 

After the great Tokyo earthquake in the 1920s, over 30,000 Japanese civilians moved to Shanghai to rebuild their lives. They opened small shops, restaurants, and hotels in this area. At the end of WWII, they all were repatriated, leaving the area to a new set of inhabitants.

 

Today, the area is mostly visited for its little-known architecture treasures and cultural heritage. You will start this walk in the lobby of the historic Broadway Mansions, just over the Waibaidu Bridge.

Price: RMB1500 for up to 2 people

RMB300 per additional person

(Including guide fee and entrance fee)  

 

For a group of more than 10 people, please contact us for larger group offer

 

Tour is 2hrs, Meeting Point: Direction's in both Chinese and English will be provided for you to arrive at our starting point. Price includes all tickets admission to all sites listed.

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