Huangpu River Cruise
Stretching 114 km long and 400m wide, the Huangpu River, a symbol of Shanghai, originates in Dianshan Lake and empties into the Yangtze River at Wusongkou. Ice-free all year round, the river divides Shanghai into east and west and has played a silent eyewitness to Shanghai’s historical development.
Cruising on the Huangpu River has become a must-do for visitors to Shanghai. Cruise ships vary in size, decoration and amenities, with the most luxurious offering air conditioning, conference rooms, banquet halls, bars and televisions.
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Night Cruise in Guilin
Enjoy an enchanting evening on a river cruise in Guilin, along the city’s intricate waterways that delight visitors with gorgeous views and tranquil surroundings.
Begin the evening with a light stroll along the beautiful Sha and Rong Lakes, named after the banyan trees and Chinese firs that line its banks. Take in famous spectacularly lit twin pagodas, the ancient south gate, and a variety of quaint bridges lit up by night. End the evening with a river cruise for a relaxing, dreamy trip along the water.
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