Shanghai

Please note, flight schedules are subject to change

FRIDAY, MARCH 9TH

American Airlines#183
Los Angeles to Shanghai (Pudong)
Depart: 9:50am
Arrive: 3:55pm, March 10th
EQP: 788

American Airlines departs from Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 4. Flight time is 14 hours & 5 minutes.

SUNDAY, MARCH 18TH

American Airlines#182
Shanghai (Pudong) to Los Angeles
Depart: 6:20pm
Arrive: 3:05pm
EQP: 788

You will arrive into Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 4.  Flight time is 11 hours. & 45 minutes. 

LANGHAM HOTEL XINTIANDI

IN: Saturday, March 10, 2018
OUT: Sunday, March 18, 2018
99 Madang Road, Xintiandi, Shanghai 200021 China
Phone: 86-21-2330 2288
Fax: 86-21-2330 2233
Website: http://www.langhamhotels.com/en/the-langham/shanghai/

 

If you need additional nights at the hotel, please contact our office directly and we can arrange this for you.  This must be prepaid to our office with credit card to confirm and guarantee the group rate.Contact Information:

AVAILABLE OPTIONAL TOURS ON THIS PAGE

Tours are subject to change depending on the program

Special note: All tours will operate at the costs shown with a minimum 10 persons participating and are non-refundable after February 16th

Half Day Tour to the Urban Planning Exhibition Museum and Former French Concession Area: Sunday, March 11th, 9:00am - 1:00pm, $40.00

First, you will visit the Former French Concession area. The French Concession district of Shanghai is an area that was originally developed in the 1920's, during Shanghai's colonial period, when the city was a cosmopolitan, louche trading port. The French Concession is distinguished by tree-lined streets of two-story, gray-brick houses that have stone arches for doorways and terra-cotta tile roofs. Narrow alleyways intersect the streets, giving passage from one to the next.

 

Then, you will visit the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall to see what Shanghai will be like in the future. This museum has five floors that detail the ambitious plans of Shanghai's urban planners. Visitors are provided with a glimpse of how Shanghai will look like in a couple of decades. The centerpiece on the third floor is a huge model of the city as it is now. Check out the map on the first half floor, where the districts scheduled to be cleared for new constructions and green areas are marked. In the basement, old Shanghai is rebuilt with house entrances, cobble stone ways and operating shops and teahouses.

 

To join us on this tour, please fill out the Optional Tour Form and send it to us. Payment is due on or before February 12th and is non-refundable after February 16th.