Shanghai China is a vibrant and modern city. Talk about photo opportunities! Do your hunt in The Bund, The French Concession or in Pudong near the river. Or, if you are staying in a different area of town, we can likely create a hunt for you.
In The Bund, the colonial riverfront area of old Shanghai, your group will experience the numerous surprisingly-beautiful historical buildings along the River. The walkway along the river has been recently revitalized and is a great place for photographs!
Shanghai Scavenger Hunt Testimonial
“Thank you very much for your support and arrangement of the hunt. We all had so much fun. Highly appreciated and again, thank you!!”
– Zoe Kwok, Shanghai
The Bund Shanghai Scavenger Hunt Map
The French Concession was once called the Paris of the East and is one of Shanghai’s most interesting neighborhoods. Xintiandi is a pedestrian-only area and perfect for a scavenger hunt, featuring refurbished shikumen houses, narrow alleys and stone courtyards. The adjacent Fuxing Park is not to be missed for its beautiful flowers and interesting people.
French Concession Shanghai Scavenger Hunt Map
Pudong is also a suitable place for your Shanghai scavenger hunt. It is the most modern part of town and includes the odd-looking Pearl TV Tower, a nice walkway along the river, Jinmao Tower featuring the world’s highest hotel and more.
Take your pick and we’ll put together a fantastic program for your group!
Here are some sample Shanghai scavenger hunt tasks:
Looking across the River from The Bund, you will see a building that looks like a bicycle helmet. Take a photo of a team member set up in a way that looks like he or she is wearing the helmet.
Take a photo of team members sitting at a Mah Jong table in Fuxing Park.
Take a photo of your team on a moving walkway in Pudong.
What Pudong building houses the world’s longest laundry chute?