Visit Monkey Forest, Tegalalang Rice Terrance, and more on a full-day private sightseeing tour of Bali. With space for up to five passengers in a private vehicle, the intimate day-trip is ideal for families, solo travelers, and couples alike. Included admission to each location spares you the headache of dealing with foreign currency. Conclude your adventure with a cultural stop at a local coffee plantation, which includes a tasting.
If you’re visiting Japan for the first time, receive a cultural introduction to the country during a tea ceremony in traditional kimonos. During the ceremony, you’ll learn about Japanese history and sample matcha green tea, a local speciality. Plus, wearing a traditional kimono means you’ll return from the experience with fantastic photographs to commemorate your time in Kyoto.
Pamper your day with Bali's most important landmarks like an insider on this 9-hour private tour designed just for you and your companion(s) up to 5 travelers. Travel to Ubud to visit: Batuan Temple, Tegenungan Waterfall, Monkey Forest and Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Proceed to Kintamani to visit: Coffee Plantation with Tasting and Majestic Batur Volcano.Tour Includes: Hotel pick-up & drop-off, private air-conditioned car, driver-guide, entrance fees and mineral water.
Combine a full day of sightseeing with Taiwanese tea tasting in Taipei. Take a ride on the Maokong Gondola, get the opportunity to meet highly skilled local tea experts who will teach you how to steep the perfect pot of tea and stop at a lookout point above Thousand Island Lake (Qiandao Lake). You’ll visit the picturesque Bagua Tea Plantation. Numbers are limited to 7 people for more personalized attention from your guide. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Get an early-morning start for this pre-dawn trek up Mt Batur and view an unforgettable sunrise from atop the active Kintamani volcano. For physically fit hikers, the ascent takes approx. 2 hours. You’re rewarded with views of spectacular scenery and served a tasty egg breakfast cooked by the steam of the volcano. Learn from your experienced local guide about one of Bali’s most sacred mountains and hike around the entire crater before making your way down. Finish with a visit to Balinese coffee plantation.
Enjoy a day in the mountains of Northern Thailand on this private day trip from Chiang Mai to Suan Lahu, a coffee farm run by members of the local Lahu tribe. Discover the production of organic coffee, enjoy tastings, help out on the plantation and visit the village where most of the workers live. By providing a hands-on way to learn about and be part of Lahu culture, this private tour is a great way to gain a deeper understanding of a group of local people while also enjoying the scenic countryside.
Take part in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony in Osaka, the birthplace of the tradition. During the hands-on experience, you’ll be able to wear a kimono-style chef jacket and learn the proper etiquette and symbolism of the ceremony. Prepare matcha tea, along with traditional Japanese confections called wagashi, which are made from mochi, anko (red bean paste), and fruits.
Fall in love with the flavourful Balinese cuisine on this delicious food tour in Bali! . From yummy must-tries like the classic Babi Guling to unique dishes like spiced eggs; you’re in for a treat, so bring your appetite.During this culinary tour in Bali, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city. Wander around the vibrant Pasar Badung, the main food market in Bali. Want to know what food to eat in Bali? Try exotic fruits straight from the market and the beloved Tahu Tek, a tofu salad covered in peanut sauce. Munch into Batagor, fried fish dumplings, Babi Guling, a Balinese specialty, and two tastings in one. An authentic Balinese dessert, a refreshing treat for a hot day, try out the heavenly Pisang goreng, a deep fried banana, and a must-have in Bali, spiced eggs!Find out for yourself and join this food tour that will show you the real taste of Bali.
Discover the beauty, art and ritual of the Japanese tea ceremony during this private workshop in Kyoto. Experience true ‘omotenashi’ (hospitality) during your visit to the Tea Ceremony Room of Ju-An, observing as your tea is methodically, painstakingly, boiled, poured and mixed with matcha powder using a bamboo whisk. Enjoy your warm drink accompanied by Japanese sweets as you learn about the intricacies of this timeless custom.
Indulge your inner foodie on this half-day guided excursion in Tokyo’s historic Yanaka district. Escape Tokyo’s big city bustle and explore this charming old section that’s survived fires, earthquakes, and the bombings of World War II. Sample delicious street food—it’s included in the tour price—and enjoy a Teishoku lunch featuring specialties from Kyushu Island.
Go behind the scenes to experience one of Japan’s oldest living traditions with this hands-on tea ceremony, performed in a 300-year-old samurai house. Learn the ins and outs of the age-old cultural form, including how to brew the perfect cup of Matcha. Kimonos are available on-site, so you can dress the part.
Spend one day experiencing volunteering work in Dujiangyan or Wolong Panda Base, Guided by the panda keeper to make panda food, clean the enclosures, and feed the pandas snacks. Move to the nearby tea hill to have one hour soft walk in the tea plantation, and gain a wonderful bird view of Chengdu Plain, and relax yourself by sipping a cup of green tea in an elegant tea house before going back to downtown Chengdu.
Taipei Food Tour & Colorful Bubble Tea Making offers a fast-track, truly Taiwanese cultural experience, from the street to the dining table! Guided by our local chef, you will enjoy the experience just like a local: starting the day with a slice of classic Taipei, walking in the oldest morning market, welcomed by street vendors and shop owners, and savoring traditional and unique street food. You will also learn how to make Bubble Tea (with COLORFUL bubbles), a Taiwanese drink that has swept the world by storm! Class Highlights Small class (2-10 people) Cozy, homy and fully equipped cooking studio Morning market tour featuring authentic food tasting Hands-on bubble tea making (Colorful bubbles!) Recipe in English, Chinese & Japanese Unique, fun, and memorable experience of everyday life in Taiwan Two sessions available every day
Harajuku is known as the center of pop culture in Tokyo.However, if accompanied by a guide, you can explore the most entertaining spots in the most efficient way. You'll be able to visit shops that are recommended by locals without getting lost in translation, and you don't need to worry about getting confused about where to go and what to try. You'll easily see the contrast of beautiful Meiji shrine with the trendy pop culture, all in only three hours. After having our peaceful walk in Meiji shrine, we will go to the Kawaii Monster Cafe, which is based on the concept of the Harajuku monster. Here, you can have colorful pasta and cakes, and, if you are lucky enough, you can also watch a fun, entertaining show performed by “monsters” in the cafe!Lastly, we'll enjoy not only shopping, but also fancy sweets like crepes, pancakes, and cotton candy. At the end of the shopping street, you can snap fun purikura (sticker photos) with your guide!
Experience the traditions of Japan with a 1- or 1.5-hour tea ceremony in Kyoto and learn the origins of this ancient practice. Choose from one of two different tea ceremony options, including a 1-hour session hosted in a machiya (typical wooden house) and a 1.5-hour ceremony complete with kimono dress. Your ceremony includes a guide, who will provide translation.
Embrace the spirit of Saigon - "Pearl of the Far East" with a day trip visiting the iconic landmarks of the city and soaking up the rich tapestry of history and culture. This Vietnamese metropolis can intimidate at first, but with a local to guide you on a Ho Chi Minh City tour, it’s never been easier to visit this incredible city. This city tour unravels Saigon's turbulent past and also provides a glimpse into the fascinating variety the city has to offer. - Experience fast paced Ho Chi Minh City- Enjoy a delicious Vietnamese lunch and Vietnamese Coffee- Learn more about the Vietnam War, explore the old and new Saigon, and admire the highlights of the city- Admire magnificent pagodas, impressive buildings, and traditional markets- Experience the special atmosphere of Ho Chi Minh City for yourself
Join us as the Kingdom's Capital wakes up and comes to life! We think this is the best time to visit the local markets. Starting with a hotel pick up, we will head to our favorite local (you won't see any other tourists here) morning market for a guided tour which includes 2 delicious breakfasts (come hungry) as well as local snacks and learn about the often under-represented food culture of Cambodia as well as getting a glimpse into her past and present. After breakfast join us as we forage through the streets of Phnom Penh in search of the Kingdom's finest hidden murals and street art on a curated tour. There has been a prominent street art scene developing in the Kingdom for the past decade, part of the country's cultural renaissance. Like most things worth having, these murals are not easy to find but fear no more, we've got you covered! You will visit over 12 different murals around the city, learn about the Artists back stories and contemporary Cambodian art.
Immerse yourself in Taipei’s vibrant food scene on this delectable walking tour. Venture to Yongkang Street—the city’s primary gastronomic hub—and explore with just a small group for company. Be sure to come hungry: over the course of several hours, you’ll visit numerous eateries and vendors, will sample local specialties ranging from shaved ice and dumplings to scallion pancakes, and will learn more about the city’s culinary heritage.
As Taipei's first district to undergo economic development, Wanhua has many old buildings, cultural sites and old-time local snack treats. This tour will give you the chance to eat your way through the city with a local guide, sampling local favorites both sweet and savory. As you tuck into some of Wanhua’s best bites, you’ll also get a primer on the culture and history. Let’s spend a relaxed, pleasant day exploring them on foot!
Doi Inthanon National Park-* The best area and the highest point of Thailand 2,565 meter above sea level that you will see view of the whole Chiang Mai.* Visit 3 waterfalls and Hmong Hilltribe market* Visit Coffee Plantation in the mountain* Trekking pass Rice fields* Meet and talk with local village people* We love what we do and we do what we love!!!
Experience the rare opportunity to step inside a traditional Kyoto machiya, a wooden Japanese townhouse, and immerse yourself in the uniquely Japanese culture of the tea ceremony. In a small group of no more than six people, learn the basic concepts and ideas of tea ceremony, as well as the required etiquette. Watch a demonstration of the way of tea, then make your own. Your instructor guides you in how to drink it and also serve you a traditional Japanese cake.
Most of the tourists join city tours by bus on which they visit tourist attractions in the city center and are served foods at restaurants for tourists. This Saigon Unseen and Food Tour by Motorbike helps you to maximize your view of a different city hidden in far districts and amazing foods the other tourists do not have a chance to try. Unseen places including floating markets, former mafia hotspot, special markets and streets, old buildings. Specialty foods at the most famous hidden eateries and a long-standing unique coffee shop would make your trip to Saigon unforgettable.
Hanoi is captivating with its mysterious beauty that is best taken in slowly. People said that: “You can’t leave Hanoi without knowing and having a sip of the famous Vietnamese coffee”. If you are a coffee enthusiast, don’t miss trying out a good cup of black, milk or even egg coffee in Hanoi. You can do this as easily as with a well-placed order in a roadside coffee shack, a cafe, or restaurant, but you can also go on a tour.Come with us to the most unique and well-hidden coffee spots in Hanoi while learning about this city’s culture along the way.
Unleash your inner Anthony Bourdain on this small-group food tour that’s also an introduction to Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Discover the different types of local markets, learn why the street chairs are so low, and sample a range of dishes you couldn’t even fit in when flying solo.