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Choose this tour to be able to not just see, but also understand the deep history that lies behind the architectural masterpieces of the Forbidden City, the largest royal palace in the world. Without professional guidance, your trip to the Forbidden City isn't as insightful. This product is created for those who would like to spend more time in the Forbidden City to completely understand the rich imperial culture it has to offer. We will take 4 hours to walk around and fully view the palace complex, covering the West, East, and Central Line. You will be able to board the Meridian Gate, take a closer look at the elegant turrets, visit the museums, see the distinctive Royal Garden, and the Royal Family Residence, experiencing a valuable journey through the Forbidden City.
The UNESCO-listed Forbidden City is Beijing’s most visited attraction with over 14 million annual visitors, and it has the traffic to match. This half-day walking tour ensures you maximise your time, with a private guide, pre-paid entrance tickets, and an itinerary tailored to your preferences. Hotel pickup is included.
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.
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.
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.
Explore the colonial past and cosmopolitan present during this informative small-group walking tour through the streets of Hong Kong. You’ll get an up close look at the Central Business District and beautiful Hong Kong Park, as well make stops at Possession Point, the Blooming Bauhinia sculpture and the famous Fringe Club during this popular tour. Your expert guide will offer insight and history as you wander through this dynamic destination.
Explore Shanghai's former French Concession long after dark, tasting several local foods along the way, on this culinary walking tour. Learn about the history and culture of the Xintiandi and Zhaozhou Road areas through your guide's commentary, and leave the tour with your culinary and historical appetites sated.
See the sights of Hong Kong with a private guide on a customizable, walking half-day tour. Designed to provide a detailed introduction to the city at the beginning of your trip before you explore more on your own, or if you have limited time in the city, this tour will be tailored to your interests, which you’ll provide after booking. Then enjoy an exploration specific to you, from history and culture to food, markets and local neighborhoods.
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.
This tour of a Panda House and Beijing’s Summer Palace not only lets you check out two of the city’s main attractions, it also gives you a better understanding of how to use the city’s metro system. With help from your guide, take the metro to both places, and explore the areas. Afterward, decide if you want to take the metro back to your hotel with your guide or stay at the Summer Palace for more sightseeing. This tour is offered in the morning and in the afternoon, so you can choose which time better suits your schedule.
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.
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.
Get to know Shanghai with your own guide on this full-day private tour. Admire bird’s-eye views from a Shanghai Tower, stroll along the Bund, and visit the Yuyuan Garden and bazaar. Plus, explore the Confucius Temple and Former French Concession area, and enjoy a traditional tea ceremony. Choose to travel by public transport (own expense) if you're in a group of four or fewer, or upgrade to get around by private vehicle.
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.
Enjoy an alternative sightseeing experience on a half-day bike tour of Chengdu, led by a knowledgeable local guide. Immerse yourself in the traditional culture of the city as you visit the favorite haunts of locals to see how they pursue daily leisure activities. Visit legendary landmarks like the Wenshu Temple and the Qingyang Palace and cycle between impressive monuments at a leisurely pace tailored to your ability. Gain fascinating insight into the rich heritage of Chengdu as you absorb its unique ambience on this energizing and enriching excursion.
For a change of pace from the bustle of central Hong Kong, take a 3.5-hour biking tour in the tranquil New Territories, topped off with a delicious dim sum lunch. During two hours of leisurely cycling, roll along quiet roads with an experienced guide, visiting an old fortified village and Nam Sheng Wai Peninsula where a nature reserve shelters migrating birds. Have the option to add another two hours after lunch to explore further, pedaling past wetlands, Deep Bay, Wetland Park and the border with China.
Explore the winding streets of Beijing on a 3-hour private bike tour with an experienced guide. Admire the illuminated city at night as you bike along Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Cycle down Nanluoguxiang Alley to see trendy shops built along Beijing’s ancient alleys, and enjoy the lush environment of Shichahai Lake and Jingshan Park. Hear stories about Beijing's history and contemporary life from your informative guide, and enjoy frequent stops for photo ops. Your guide ensures a safe, fun and fascinating tour of Beijing by bike.
Do you want to have fun in Beijing and see its the Old Towns true beauty? Then riding an An eBike is without doubt the most exciting and eyeopening way to see Beijing!
Do you want to learn about Beijing's History and Culture? We love to talk with all our guests and teach them in a fun and interactive way.
Do you want some high quality photos to take away with you to remember your adventure? We provide free photography throughout our adventure for you to reminisce when you're back home.
We live in the heart of Old Beijing and we know how to discover the best of Old Beijing, like a local. Together we will see many of the Hutongs, which are the heart of Old Beijing. We'll visit lots of the epic landmarks and most importantly, you'll have a lot of fun! Riding these back streets (Hutongs) of Old Beijing is an awesome experience, where you'll see some pretty interesting things and it's always a very unique experiences each and every time.
We also offer private experiences upon request.
Get up close and personal with the sights, and discover several of Shanghai’s most noteworthy neighborhoods, on this small-group bike tour. Meet your group in central Shanghai, and grab a bicycle and helmet. In the space of just half a day, you’ll chart your way through the evocative French Concession, the bustling Bund, vibrant Xintiandi, Shanghai's Old City, and more. As you go, stop to taste local snacks, and learn more about the city’s history from your guide.
Be enchanted by Yangshuo’s misty lakes, looming karst cliffs and winding valleys on this 5-day bike adventure, including accommodation. Cycle a total distance of 75 miles (120 km) both on- and off-road, and stop along the way to snap photos, visit local village markets or cool off with a swim in the river. Finally, get an extra adrenaline kick as you cruise down the Li River on a bamboo raft; try activities like rock climbing and kayaking; or take a cooking class (one extra activity included). This small-group tour is limited to 12 people for a personalised experience.
Zoom along the lush trails of Lantau Island on this exhilarating mountain bike adventure from Mui Wo. After a scenic ferry journey from the city, set out on a 4 hour guided ride. Peddling around coastlines and mountains; gliding along tailored trails and attacking technical terrain if desired. Stopping from time to time to view the scenic beaches, catch our breath and grab a refreshment. Some experience is necessary and all equipment is included, with trails suitable for both beginners and experienced thrill-seekers.
Guangzhou is a bustling city with an old area preserving traditional Cantonese culture, this 4-hour walking tour will let you explore the old Xiguan area on foot to indulge into local life with our local guide, and learn the background and history from your local guide. You will view the Lychee Bay, Xiguan old house, Liwanhu Park, and Shangxiajiu Shopping Road where the trip concludes. If you are interested in Academy of Clan Chen, you can visit it instead of the shopping street. Meet outside, Exit A, Zhongshanba Station on Metro Line 5. Centrally located Guangzhou hotel pickup is an optional choice. There are two departures 9am and 2 pm in a day.
China’s biggest city might not seem like the place for a relaxing bike ride, but the narrow lanes of Shanghai’s atmospheric Old Town are ideal for a cycling tour. On this bike tour, explore the Former French Concession, pedal around Fuxing Park, and hop off to visit a Buddhist temple, stroll around a traditional wet market, and re-fuel with coffee and pastries.
There’s no better way to discover traditional Beijing life in authentic “hutong” neighborhoods than with a private guide. This door-to-door private bike tour combines the well-known attractions with less-visited lanes where locals still go about their daily lives. Besides Nanluoguxiang, Back Lakes, and Yandai Xie Street, see a drum show at the Drum Tower, enjoy a dumpling lunch, and visit some newly renovated “hutong” beside the Grand Canal.