Is Zhujiajiao worth visiting?

This water village gets its nickname, the Venice of China, for its many winding stone pathways and bridges, and homes, cafes, and shops lined up on the riverbanks. The water village is one of the best preserved ancient water towns in all of China – and is well worth a visit.

How old is Zhujiajiao?

about 1,700 years ago
Zhujiajiao is a water town on the outskirts of Shanghai, and was established about 1,700 years ago. Archaeological findings dating back 5,000 years have also been found. 36 stone bridges and numerous rivers line Zhujiajiao, and many ancient buildings still line the riverbanks today.

How do I get to Zhujiajiao by Metro?

How to Get to Zhujiajiao Water Town. You can take Metro Line 17 to there, get on at Hongqiao Railway Station and get off at Zhujiajiao Station. The most affordable way to get to Zhujiajiao is to take a bus from the bus station at the Pu’an Road bus station near People’s Square in Shanghai.

How do you say thank you in Shanghai?

Xiè xiè This is the simple and basic version of how to say thank you in Chinese.

Do the Chinese eat bread?

To many people’s surprise, bread is a common staple food in Chinese households. Traditionally, people in northern China live mainly on wheat-flour based dishes such as noodles and bread. Unlike noodles, Chinese bread hasn’t gained as much attention as it deserves.

What time is lunch in China?

People usually have lunch between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm. In small towns and rural areas of China, people go home for lunch. In the large and medium cities, due to the far distance and limited time, some people have their lunch at the canteen, whole some eat in nearby restaurants or fast-food shops.

What xie xie ni means?

thank you
Chinese term or phrase: xie xie ni. English translation: thank you.

What is Xiexie?

1. Xièxiè – the most common Chinese thanks. As already mentioned, the most common way to say “thanks” or “thank you” in Chinese is xièxiè (谢谢) or xièxie.

Where is Zhujiajiao Ancient Town?

Zhujiajiao (朱家角) Ancient Town, or Zhujiajiao Water Town, reputed as ” Venice of Shanghai “, was listed as one of the top four cultural ancient towns in Shanghai, about 48 kilometers west from Shanghai downtown area. Zhujiajiao ancient town is located in Qingpu District of Shanghai, linked by subway line 17, close to Dianshan Lake scenic spot.

What does Daocheng mean in Tibetan?

In Tibetan, Daocheng means “the open land in the mouth of a valley”. Daocheng is located in the south of Garze Tibetan Prefecture, around 800 kilometers from Chengdu.

What is the tourist service center of Zhujiajiao?

The tourist service center of Zhujiajiao provides luggage storage service. Fangsheng Bridge (放生桥), built in 1571, is standing across Caogang River (漕港河), linking the north and south part of Zhujiajiao. It is the symbolic spot of Zhujiajiao Ancient Town.

Where to find hidden treasures in Zhujiajiao?

Kezhi Garden (课植园) is a hidden treasure with a typical Jiangnan style. The former owner was Ma Weiqi (马维骐) whose family were salt merchants for generations, being one of the richest men in Zhujiajiao Ancient Town.