Eat your way around Beijing’s old ‘hutong’ alleyways and courtyards on a small-group tour. Explore by private tuk-tuk and enjoy several food stops at tucked-away restaurants and homes you wouldn’t find by yourself. Taste staples like Beijing wraps, flame-grilled meats, and noodles, learn about local cuisine over unlimited beers, and enjoy a stop at a local brewery. Come hungry: your tastings amount to dinner.
Hong Kong by night can be overwhelming, even for returning visitors; however, during this private evening tour of the vibrant street food and night market scene, you can eat, drink, and shop without a worry. Mingle with the locals, as your guide leads you to the spots which most travelers probably wouldn’t find alone. Plus, benefit from a selection of tastings included in the price.
Wander through Hong Kong’s Central and Sheung Wan neighborhoods on this incredible four-hour tour that showcases the tastes and flavors of Asia. Go off the beaten path and sample food from six different culinary destinations as you follow your expert local guide through back alleys and open markets. You’ll taste traditional dim sum, noodles and sweet desserts, plus wind through colonial architecture and learn about the city’s colorful history. With a small group cap of 12 people you’re sure to have a personalized experience.
Get an in-depth perspective on Cantonese cuisine with this small group food tour. Visit some of Kowloon’s best small restaurants, food stalls, and markets and find local gems far from the tourist path and meet locals as you dig into an array of dishes.
Uncover the ancient secrets of Chinese cuisine during a 5-hour cooking class in Beijing. Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of a local market to gain insight into the region’s rich culinary culture and purchase fresh ingredients from enticing stalls. Then, under the guidance of an expert chef, prepare local delicacies and delicious dishes inspired by ancient recipes. Cook in the cozy environment of a local home and master the techniques of sweet and sour pork and kung pao chicken. Feast upon the fruits of your labor at the end of the class and enjoy the relaxed ambience of the family home on this enriching experience.
Taste your way through the Former French Concession area of Shanghai on a tour that explores people, culture, and cuisine through the city’s breakfast foods. You’ll try more than 15 local breakfast treats, from ‘sheng jian bao,’ or pan-fried dumplings, to noodles, tea, and a beloved curry beef soup. This food walking tour is limited to 10 people for a fun, personal experience, with a local guide to lead the way through a fascinating part of the city.
Beijing is a great place to sample typical Chinese cuisine, but most visitors only eat in the main tourist areas. This 3-hour small-group tasting tour will take you to Beijing’s atmospheric Hutong neighborhoods for a delicious dinner, including traditional treats such as donkey burgers, jianbing (crepes), steamed dumplings, and Mongolian-style hotpot.
Avoid the hassle of trying to find out where to grab a good meal while in Shanghai. This Shanghai food tour takes you off the beaten path as the sun starts to set so you can taste some of the most authentic regional dishes of the city. Pop into family-run eateries, and sample food, beer, and spirits well-liked by locals. Travel in a small group for a more intimate experience as you sample foods with a guide who also tells you about the city’s history and culture as you go.
Treat your palate to classic Chinese snacks at Qibao Ancient Town on this 4-hour Shanghai food tour. Travel by subway to this historical water town, and stroll the alleyways, bridges, and canalsides to take in the Ming- and Qing-dynasty atmosphere and architecture. On route, sample up to eight foods such as crab-meat dumplings and sweet Haitang cake, and savor Chinese tea. Upgrade to include a 60-minute foot massage. Includes food tastings, tea, and subway tickets.
Satisfy your taste for traditional Chinese food during this culinary tour in Shanghai. Make your way down the famous Yunnan Road, stopping at several restaurants that are local favorites. Try typical Shanghainese dishes such as scallion oil noodles, steamed buns, parched chicken, and soup dumplings with black vinegar. Learn about the history and culture of the quickly changing city through your guide's informed commentary. All tastings are included and add up to more than enough for a full meal. Tours are available from morning to late-night to experience the best of Shanghai's culture.
The language barrier makes Hong Kong’s diverse street food hard to navigate without a guide. Let your personal foodie explain exactly what makes the city’s culinary culture tick over multiple tastings and a market visit. Taste everything from shrimp wonton to pineapple bun, sample sugarcane juice at an iconic teahouse, and experience the vibrant atmosphere of the local markets.
Immerse yourself in Hong Kong’s culinary culture during a food tour with your knowledgeable guide. Mainly Cantonese, Hong Kong cuisine features small differences that reflect the city’s mixture of Chinese and British heritage. During five stops, sample dim sum, wonton noodle soup, milk tea, roasted meat, and an egg tart. As you eat, learn about the history of food in Hong Kong, from traditional Guangzhou to Western influences from the 1950s.
Shanghai is one of China’s most delectable culinary capitals, but knowing where to go for the tastiest treats takes local know-how. Hit up four family-run seated eateries during this insider’s food crawl, topped off by a pint of craft beer at a local pub. You’ll venture far off the tourist track as you feast on 12 regional classics, made from recipes passed down over generations.
If you have a little bit more time between some regular city tours in Xi’an and at the same time you love foods very much, then this tour is a ticket for you to see how different the city is at night and to make you a real gourmet by trying amazing local food.
Served as capital of China for more than 1,200 years, the city was the home of many emperors and different religions as well as the terminus of world famous Silk Road. With the introduction of various kind of spices and flavorings from western regions, Xi’an food get its own special style and taste.
Join in this tour, you could get a close touch to the famous Xi’an food and local people’s life without missing some historical and cultural monuments in town.
Travel to the outskirts of Shanghai to visit the ancient water town of Zhujiajiao, situated on the Dianpu River. Weave through ancient streets lined with stone bridges and charming old buildings, then enjoy a tea ceremony in Shanghai’s oldest teahouse. Then have time to discover the trendy shops, artistic energy and Shikumen-style architecture in Tianzifang, a neighborhood in the old French Quarter of Shanghai. Your tour includes an informative guide, transportation, entrance tickets, tea ceremony, lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Getting off the beaten track when visiting Hong Kong—one of the world’s most densely populated, major cities—can be difficult. Discover local secrets and hidden attractions with a local Hong Konger. Take advantage of the city’s diversity with a local who prepares a personalized itinerary showcasing a different side to Hong Kong based on your interests and needs.
From ancient carvings located behind laundries to the 300-year-old Secluded Library (not open to the public), learn what lies behind the modern glamour of one of China’s largest and most cosmopolitan cities on this private walking tour of Old Shanghai. With just your group and private guide, head to a number of off-the-beaten-track attractions and quirky historical sites that create a fuller understanding of Shanghai’s history and contemporary culture alike.
After dusk, Hong Kong transforms into a glittering metropolis reminiscent of a science fiction film. Get the best views of the skylines of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island during an evening cruise by junk boat, a must-do for anyone visiting HK for the first time. As well as a boat ride, this package includes a Cantonese dinner at a dim sum restaurant and a visit to Tsim Sha Tsui promenade to watch the famous Victoria Harbour light show.
Nestled in Shanghai’s Old French Concession are a plethora of eateries selling noodles and wonton. Seek out the best backstreet hotspots on a 2.5-hour food tour that covers three critically-acclaimed restaurants, all renowned for distinctive noodle dishes as well as some local beer. Vegetarian options and a choice of departure times are available on this small-group tour, limited to seven food lovers.
Combine a cruise on Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour with a trip up to the top of Victoria Peak on this nighttime tour. See the city skyline lit up for the night while listening to insightful commentary from a guide and enjoying unlimited drinks on the cruise. Sit down for dinner at Bubba Gump, during which you can snap photos and enjoy views, then head back down to town to peruse the goods on offer at the Temple Street night market.
To truly escape Hong Kong’s tourist trail, it pays to have a local guide. Discover the city’s hidden gems on this quirky private tour: soak up the atmosphere at an open-air hawker court, visit a tiny temple, shop young designers at PMQ, and chow down on dumplings at a family-owned store. Finish with a ferry ride across the harbor to catch a spectacular light show.
Discover the cultural sights and delectable delights of Beijing on an 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.
• Hosted by a local hospitable family in Hutong near the Forbidden City.
• Start the tour from a local market. Experience the city’s culture in this harmonious living quarter.
• Learn how to make delicious dumplings. Learn about more interesting stories about Jiaozi (dumpling).
• Taste your own hand-made dumplings and local snacks together. Like a party.
• Enjoy the fun time after dinner. Ends up this memorial cooking experience with unique photo time.
Rather than going to a restaurant, enjoy a much more fun and immersive experience—a participatory dining and cooking event. It’s a great way to socialize with a group of friends, learn new cooking skills, and try a variety of dishes. No need to go shopping before the class—all ingredients are provided, so just turn up and enjoy yourself. Each event includes a selection of different Chinese dishes, so it’s the ideal way to add new menu items to your home cooking repertoire.