Your San Francisco trip is not complete without a walking tour of the cultural side of San Francisco where the old world meets the new. With friendly, knowledgeable and experienced guides, uncover the secrets of San Francisco's Chinatown.
- Herbal Pharmacy
- Fortune Cookie Factory
- Historic landmarks
- Chinese Temple
- Stockton Street Food Market
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This city within a city is a historic maze of mysterious sights, where an ancient culture from the other side of the world survives and flourishes with remarkable authenticity.
- Buildings of historical and architectural interest: Admire the pagoda style buildings and hear about their history
- Herbal Pharmacy: Behold life prolonging ginseng root, pearl pills for beautiful skin, gecko lizards for energy
- Fortune Cookie Factory: Sample these "wise crackers" and watch how it's done
- Stockton Street Food Markets: Stroll among the freshest and most exotic foods in the Bay Area
- Authentic Buddhist Temple: See the dazzling altars adorned with red lanterns, priceless gold antiques, and incense filled bronze urns
- Waverly Place: Hear about the history of Chinatown's most interesting alley full of temples, private clubs and secret societies
- Chinese Language School: Find out how Chinese families keep alive language and cultural traditions for their children
- Tea Tasting Demonstration: Visit a tea shop where you can sample a variety of exotic teas, all complimentary. (This stop subject to availability)
- Insider's list of recommended shopping and restaurants in Chinatown: All guests receive a copy of the current year's best bets
- Hosted 10 Course Dim Sum Luncheon at one of Chinatown's most popular restaurants (only if option selected with booking)
Reviewed by Elaine C, May 2013
Lynn was a wonderful guide and very knowledgeable!, Totally enjoyed the tour and the beautiful San Francisco day. Saw parts of Chinatown I didn't know existed Ended with a wonderful dim sum lunch!!
Reviewed by John B, March 2013
Our tour guide Linda Lee was a delight, she really painted a picture of what life was and is like for many of the people who live and work in China town. it was a very enlightening tour, Our only disappointment was that for personal reasons she could not stay for the Dim Sum