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Enjoy a delicious and wide-ranging foray into Beijing’s culinary traditions on this small-group walking tour. Pick between breakfast, lunch, and dinnertime itineraries, and meet your group at the Zhangzizhonglu Metro station. With a maximum of eight tour attendees, you’re guaranteed a personal experience. Visit several local restaurants, sample upwards of 15 traditional dishes, and enjoy glasses of beer, baiju, and soda. You’ll also have the chance to explore the city’s historical hutong alleyways.
Discover the foodie highlights of Beijing’s Old Hutong area on this fascinating culinary adventure. The narrow unnamed streets can make the hutong area feels like a maze, but you won’t have to worry about getting lost as a guide will accompany you. Examples of foods you might try include Beijing wraps, Mongolian hot pot, fresh noodles, and homemade pear herbal soup. Conveniently, all food tastings are included, and you’ll also enjoy unlimited beer and soda.
Discover the cultural sights and delectable delights of Beijing on a 2-hour evening food tour. Accompanied by a gastronomic guide, discover the city’s most sublime street food stands and pleasure your palate with a selection of local specialties. Gain insight into the culinary culture of the country and absorb the vibrant atmosphere of a local market on this enriching epicurean exploration.
Go off the beaten path in Beijing to visit a ‘hutong' (traditional-style neighborhood) with an experienced private guide for an authentic experience of local Chinese cuisine and the rich culture of old Beijing. Visit the produce market and sample more than 20 different dishes at a range of small eateries including locally owned shops, bakeries and restaurants. Meet the owners and learn about Chinese culinary customs from your guide. Your 4-hour tour includes all food tastings, a great treat for foodies!
From sesame cakes to steamed buns, Beijing is a city packed with flavor. Learn about the dishes that locals love on this 3-hour walking culinary tour of a night market, including 10-15 samples of dishes sure to satisfy your appetite. A private guide ensures a personalized experience, including catering to dietary restrictions, and easy logistics.
From savory braised pig’s feet to crunchy bamboo worms, Chinese cuisine is unlike that of any other place in the world. Eat like a Beijing local as you make your way through the city’s historic Hutong alleys in search of 12 traditional Beijing foods that most visitors don’t dare sample, like fermented mung bean and blackened chicken feet. This tour provides a deeper understanding of Beijing culture as well as the opportunity to try all foods as per itinerary.
Beat the crowds and shun the tourist track on this private foodie walking tour of Dongsi Hutong in east central Beijing. Immerse in Chinese food culture as you stroll and snack, savoring at least 15 separate tastings: Muslim-style kebabs, northern Chinese dumplings, “baijiu” hard liquor, and more. Wrap up with the city’s defining dish, a feast of Beijing duck, cooked over fruit wood and washed down with an ice-cold beer.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic night with your significant other or a fun-filled night with friends, this private 4-hour food and beer tour in Beijing is for you. From a dinner at Mr. Shi’s Dumplings to a stop at a local brewery, and a stroll along the lake, your night is planned out for you, so you can enjoy some of the best things Beijing has to offer without the stress of organizing it yourself. Plus, your transportation is taken care off, too, to further put your mind at ease.
See Beijing come alive after dark—and follow in locals’ footsteps—on this private walking and subway tour of the city. Depart from your hotel in the early evening, and set off. You’ll travel first to Wangfujing, a street known for its bustling, tantalizing outdoor market. After sampling what catches your eye, browse through the area’s shops and stop for dinner at a Peking duck or hot pot restaurant, if preferred (own expense). Continue the tour to Tiananmen Square, the Olympic Stadium, and other highlights.
Combine sightseeing at iconic destinations with an immersive experience of local life on a private 6-hour tour with a knowledgeable guide. See Beijing’s historic treasures, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Forbidden City, and the highlights of Tiananmen Square including the National Museum of China, Monument to the Peoples’ Heroes and mausoleum of Mao Zedong. Then head to a hutong (a traditional neighborhood) for lunch at a family home, followed by a food and walking tour with 20 food samples from local restaurants and shops.
Eat your way around Beijing’s old ‘hutong’ neighborhoods on this 3-hour food walking tour. Explore the traditional lanes, and experience local life and delicacies during food and drink stops at stalls and cafes. Sample Beijing yogurt, steamed 'baozi' buns, and fried pancakes, try some 'baijiu' liquor, and taste other tidbits. Feeling more daring? Upgrade to the bizarre food tour option, stopping to sample Beijing’s exotic offerings like 100-year-old eggs and other adventurous specialities.
Sample three different types of local breakfasts—steamed dumplings, pancakes, and deep-fried dough—on this out-of-the-box culinary tour of Beijing, which also includes stops at the UNESCO-listed Temple of Heaven and Pearl Market, a world-renowned shopping mecca. Explore Beijing’s thriving gastronomy with your own personal guide and get the run-down on the capital’s tastiest treats.
Shun the beaten path and savor a breakfast feast as you explore a traditional hutong neighborhood on this small-group walking tour. Exploring with a foodie guide, learn how locals live as you snack, slurp, and sip over 10 different dishes and drinks from four or five separate eateries. Along the way try yoghurt and pancakes, savor coffee with a view, and visit a local market to see what’s in season.
We will pick you up at the Beijing Capital International Airport Terminals 1, 2 and 3 or the major hotels in the city. You will drive to explore and taste Beijing's various specialty snacks, such as Beijing Roast Duck and Beijing Copper Pot. Old Beijing Blast, Qingfeng Buns, Pancake Fruit (Optional), etc., make you absolutely worthwhile, and have a good aftertaste!Our stopover tours are for those who have a longer stopover (more than 8 hours) and want to visit the Great Wall or other attractions between two long flights. We offer a wide range of tours so you can choose the best Beijing attractions you would like to visit.In addition, the highlights of this tour are:There are no tourist traps.No hidden fees.All our airport tours are value for money. We will make sure that your short time in Beijing is worth your lifetime.Note: In order to make this trip possible, your stay must be at least 8 hours or longer (between flights)
See beautiful lakes, temples, towers and willow trees in Beihai Park.Also special experience with an easy self boating tour on Beihai Lake. Experience the best panoramic view of the Forbidden City at Jingshan Park.Taste most famous Beijing local snack food in during the tour, and dinner at a famous local hot pot restaurant
Visit Beijing's culinary hot spots on this 4-hour food and walking tour to experience the traditional foods and cutting-edge cuisine. Accompanied by a tour guide, admire the beautiful view of the Houhai lake area, explores the historical area at Shichahai, Yandaixie Street, Gulou East Street and Nanluoguxiang Allay. Savor the rich flavor of local delicacies like Traditional Beijing Noodle, "Tea Soup", Pancake, Soup Dumplings, Tanghulu, meat ball, Muslim kabobs and more, gain fascinating insight into the culinary and cultural traditions of the country from your expert guide. Come hungry: your tastings amount to dinner.
Savor delicious street food and drink beer on this Beijing night tour, experience how vibrant of this ancient city is in Houhai Lake area, trace history of the past from Bell and Drum Tower and Tianmen Square. The tour is flexible with replacing sites that you have visited before.
Niu street is an area of the West District containing many traditonal and time-honored brands. It's the most popular place only for the local people.Here you will meet no more than 4 foodie friends (maybe from other countries) in this 3 hours walking food tour. You are not only the guest but also the friend who will share the interesting stories and special experience with others.【Must to eat】I gonna take you to try 5-6 foods including the royal deserts , the yogurt,the pork on toothpicks,sugar-coated haws on a stick Belly pack meat and so on. If you have any other food want to try or you can't eat innards, tell me in advance. We can adjust the plan.【Fayuan temple】Fayuan temple,the most famous temple in Beijing, witness to the history of Beijing. There are lots storys about heroes, but nowday there are only the chanting masters and the sleepy cats under the sun.
Discover Beijing’s traditional culinary culture, and go on a wide-ranging food tour with this private dinner time itinerary. Meet your guide at your downtown hotel and travel via taxi or subway to our foodie points starting place. You’ll visit several different restaurants, and will try up to 12 dishes, ranging from street skewers to Mongolian-style ice cream, all washed down with local soda, local beer, and Beijing baiju(Chinese spirit).The special stop will be the Beijing Lamb Ribs Hotpot (used to call Old Beijing Scorpion Hotpot since the bones shape looks like scorpion), meat from the bones is gentle and juicy since boiled in soup for a few hours, easily take off the bones. Beside ribs, you also will eat a lot of vegetables in hot pot as well. As you go, you’ll also see Beijing’s hutongs traditional alleys and courtyards that are native are staying now.
Visit one of Beijing’s most vibrant areas, and see the sights from a local’s perspective, on this morning market tour. Meet your guide outside the Gulou subway station and, with just a small group for company, head to the food market. You’ll learn all about Chinese culinary traditions, popular flavors, and can shop for ingredients that catch your fancy. As you go, you’ll also have the chance to do some tasting.
Through Beijing food walking experience you will learn different ways of cooking and different cuisines in China, eating like locals and experience the atmosphere in Chinese restaurants, talking with local Beijingers and learn how to use chopsticks from locals and see the different eating custom and practice.
Sanlitun is an area of the Chaoyang District containing many popular and international stores. It's the most popular place for the young to go shopping,eat and relax.【Must to eat】I gonna take you to try 4 ~5 foods including the Shannxi cusine, Japanese speciality, desert, and drinks. If you have any food want to try, tell me in advance. We can adjust the plan.【Must to look】There are many shops is popular for its decoration stytle or atmosphere. Some of them is restaurant, bars, eyeglasses stores，vintage or even book stores. They are beautiful and great to take photos.【Fashion clothing shop】Sanlitun is most popular place in Beijing and how could we miss the stresst Fashion clothing shops. We will choose 2~3 shops to look, for example the vintage shops, Madness, Juice and NPC. You can understand the fashion trends in current China.In the end, I will also offer you Sanlitun Food guide and a souvenir.
Enjoy a deep dive in Beijing’s old Hutong neighborhoods on a 3-hour private food tour. Taste the real cuisine of Beijing introduced by your food-expert guide other than you could by yourself. Walk down the food streets, discover spots favored by local food-lovers, and appease your appetite with all kinds of snacks at the time-honored Huguosi Xiaochi Restaurant. Learn about the Hutong cuisine and history from your guide.
Qianmen was the ancient commercial and financial center in Old Beijing. And now it’s still attractive to tourists and locals for shopping. Most of flagship stores of traditional brands are located in this area. But unfortunately, there is no English information for foreigners. You will have a whole picture of the local food, gourmet stores and restaurants for locals, buy local foods as gifts and have dinner at a Beijing BBQ restaurant.Meeting Point: Exit A, Line 7, Zhushikou Subway StationDuration: 3 HoursTransport: Approx 2.5 KM by footInclude: Local snack food, Dinner, Hutong tour, Local English Guide, Map of Qianmen① Visit Chinese alcohol museum and try something really strong② Stroll some of the most beautiful pedestrian areas of the city like the traditional narrow alleys known as “hutongs”③ Dinner at a traditional decorated Beijing BBQ restaurant④ Get bilingual order information guide and help you to eat like locals