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2010 Shanghai World Expo: Unique Expo Tours from The China Guide

2010 Shanghai World Expo: Unique Expo Tours from The China Guide

With the 2010 Shanghai World Expo just around the corner, The China Guide ( ) is now offering exciting Expo tour options for China visitors. Travelers making plans to visit the Expo will be able to visit the fair as well as tour the bustling city of Shanghai, which easily combines with surrounding cities and destinations throughout China. The China Guide has Shanghai Expo Tour packages ranging from three to seven days.

The Shanghai Expo will run from May 1st until October 31st, giving travelers ample time to make holiday plans during the summer months. The theme of the Expo is “Better City, Better Life,” and it will take a look at sustainable urban environments. The Expo site is in central Shanghai along both sides of the famous Huangpu River. Expo-goers can visit the country pavilions, see cultural and artistic performances and attend forums based around the main theme and other global trends. “The site of the Expo 2010 is great for travelers, right in the heart of Shanghai. Travelers can spend a day at the Expo and then easily access the popular city streets in the evening to do some shopping or grab dinner. We can book hotels for our clients in the central area, making sure they have the best access to the city’s offerings,” says Judy Huang, Travel Manager of The China Guide.

The China Guide’s Shanghai Expo Tour packages include different options depending on traveler interests, with each itinerary having a set day to visit the Expo. All options will include visits to the best sights in Shanghai, including the Bund, Yuyuan Garden, People’s Square and an evening show of the famous Shanghai Acrobats. For travelers who want to see beyond Shanghai, The China Guide recommends choosing an itinerary that includes a trip to one of the beautiful surrounding destinations. Popular excursions include Suzhou and Tongli water town. These destinations offer a serene getaway from the big city with traditional architecture and culture, set among twisting water canals and beautiful gardens. The China Guide can also customize tour options to include other cities in China such as Beijing, Guilin and Xi’an.

“Having the 2010 Expo in Shanghai really gives travelers that extra push to choose China as their next holiday destination. We are very excited to show guests what Shanghai and China have to offer. We have options to match all budgets and styles,” adds Huang.

The China Guide offers western style service with flexibility for their clients. Their Shanghai Expo Tour itineraries do not have any unplanned shopping stops that waste travelers’ time; the focus is only on the sights and culture. For Shanghai Expo itineraries visit: .