Shanghai was the only city visa-free to Jewish refugees in 1930s. Jewish people had lived with Chinese citizens north of the Bund. Wander around the former Jewish Ghetto area to hear the history of survival.
What to Expect
Your personal guide will pick you up at the downtown hotel lobby at your convenient time. You will head to the neighborhood on public transportation. You'll wander around in the neighborhood of the former Jewish Ghetto.
Your guide will talk about why they came and how their life was like. You'll be shown different buildings and parks such as the Huoshan Park and the building of JDC. Your last stop on the tour will end at the Jewish Refugee Museum. The building itself is the former Ohel Moshe Synagogue built in 1927.
After visiting the museum, your guide will help with flagging down a taxi or giving you directions to the subway to get you back where you need to go. The duration of your tour is 2 hours long including the hotel pick up.
- Private English-speaking tour guide
What's Not Included
- Entrance tickets
- Meal and drinks
- Other personal expenses