a fantastic experience. The guide was knowledgeable, friendly and went out of his way to personalize the tour. a good value for the money as well.
Let an off-duty chef navigate for you on this food and walking tour of Vancouver’s Chinatown. After a leisurely stroll through the iconic Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden, head into the heart of Chinatown to sample a variety of traditional foods. The tour allows you to avoid the hassle of making reservations and scouting out the area’s best eateries on your own.
Start the morning at the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden. As you stroll through the gardens, your guide provides an overview of Chinese culture in Vancouver and points out landmarks you may not have recognized had you come on your own.
The sheer number of restaurants in Chinatown can be overwhelming, so let you guide choose for you. Visit hidden gems and establishments loved by locals where you sample a variety of traditional foods and treats.
Cap the tour with a sit-down meal of piping hot dim sum. A small group size of 10 people or fewer ensures an personal experience and the full attention of your guide. The tour ends with plenty of time left in the day to explore on your own.
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Bob gave us new and interesting info, about Chinese history in the Northwest. We ate a lot of really good Chinese food! I would recommend this tour for anyone who likes Chinese food. Bob was accommodating to one participant who was vegan, but I don't...More
Bob was very knowledgeable and interested in personalizing our experience. We were the only two on the tour which was nice. He gave lots of background information, got to know us, chose food he thought we would enjoy. There's not too much walking. I loved...More
I am a local in Vancouver and go on tours frequently for my job. I didn't know a whole lot about Chinatown so I booked this tour. Bob blew me away with his knowledge and passion for Chinatown's culture and its cuisine. Bob took us...More
A really great and unique tour. Bob is enthusiastic, patient, and very knowledgeable. Each stop along the way is full of interesting things to learn. After a great dim sum lunch, a stop with a tea master caps the experience. Never did I realize there...More