• Tour code: 13915P2
  • Location: Chengdu, China
  • Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
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Immerse yourself in the landscape and culinary traditions of the Sichuan region during this 8.5-hour private tour. Following a guide dedicated to just you and your party, pedal a bicycle through the countryside, chow down on a traditional lunch, and visit the Sichuan Cuisine Museum to learn more about the regional food. Use of all cycling equipment, as well as hotel pickup and drop-off, are included.


  • 8.5-hour private tour of the countryside outside of Chengdu
  • Private tour for just you and your party
  • Cycle through the bamboo forests and small villages
  • Traditional lunch in a local restaurant
  • Visit the Sichuan Cuisine Museum
  • Round-trip private transportation

What You Can Expect

Private, Full-Day Biking and Sichuan Food Tour near Chengdu

Cycle through pretty rural landscapes

Be ready for convenient pickup at your Chengdu hotel for an 8am departure. Please note: advise all passenger heights at time of booking to ensure correctly-sized bicycles are available. Meet your dedicated guide and climb into a private, air-conditioned vehicle, which will be your transportation for the day. Relax on the drive to Pixian County, about an hour away.

Disembark in a quaint village, where a bicycle and helmet will be waiting for you. Once you get geared up, pedal off into the countryside on the Pixian County Greenway. Watch the scenery glide by as you skirt the river, part of the  Dujiangyan Irrigation System, a UNESCO-listed example of early Chinese engineering. Spend about 1.5 hours on the track, passing small villages and cycling through bamboo forests, before turning around once you reach Wejiang County. 

Refuel with a traditional Sichuan meal at a local restaurant, during which your guide will fill you in on traditional foods and their origins. Then, board your vehicle for the 30-minute drive to the Sichuan Cuisine Museum. Tour the museum to learn about the history of Chinese cooking, its intersection with Chinese medical theories, and how it has evolved over time. Relax with a cup of tea to cap off your 1.5-hour visit to the museum before heading back to Chengdu for drop-off around 4:30pm.

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