8 Days China Yummy Food Tour

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8 Days China Yummy Food Tour


Beijing (3 Nights) ,Chengdu (2 Nights) ,Guangzhou (2 Nights)

Duration: 15 Days & 14 Nights
Tour Type: Multi-City Tour
Tour Code: CTP202


Interested in authentic Chinese flavor? Why not come to China in person? Except for tasting the fantastic food, intriguing stories about Chinese cooking culture are awaits you.

1Highlights & Map


Day 01Beijing

Destinations: Beijing

Activities: Beijing is a city of amazing contrasts - an ancient capital with some incredible historical sites and a bustling modern metropolis getting ready to host the 2008 Olympics. Upon your arrival in Beijing, our guide will meet you and transfer you to your Hotel. The guide will give you some tips on local restaurants that we recommend and you can do some shopping in streets nearby. The rest of the day is free to rest to recover from jetlag or to explore by yourself.

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven

36 Nanwei Road (Nanwei Lu) Beijing China Show Map


Day 02Beijing

Destinations: Beijing

Activities: After breakfast head out for Tian'anmen Square, the world's largest public square, which is closely linked to the Forbidden City, from which the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties governed for over 500 years. Later you'll visit the Temple of Heaven, where the Emperors prayed for good harvests and rain, or gave thanks for the harvest. in the afternoon visit Summer Palace with boat ride: The palace is positioned in the west suburb of Beijing, about 12 kilometers northwest of the city center. Equally famous as the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace is called'Yiheyuan'(Garden of Nurtured Harmony) in Chinese. It is up to now the best preserved and the largest imperial gardens in China. You may regret it if you come to Beijing without visiting this grand imperial garden. In the park, you can also have a boat ride on the lake for about 10 minutes.

Meals: As for the lunch, enjoy wheaten food of Beijing cuisine at Jing Mian Da Wang Restaurant. Jing Mian Da Wang specializes in its traditional decoration of old city with archaistic red lanterns & bridal sedan chair; it mainly caters wheaten food to diners from local and different regions, creating a cozy atmosphere of festival and household.

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven

36 Nanwei Road (Nanwei Lu) Beijing China Show Map


Day 03Beijing

Destinations: Beijing

Activities: Leave town in the morning for the drive (a bit under two hours) to the Badaling Section of The Great Wall, which stretches for over 6000 km, and was originally built to protect China from the barbarians. You can walk and climb at your own pace, or enjoy spectacular views from the cable car.Today's lunch will be arranged at Commune by the Great Wall. Before returning to the city you'll enjoy visiting the Changling (one of the Ming tombs), and the attractive tree-lined Sacred Road, bordered by stone statues, along which the Emperors once trod to conduct their sacred ceremonies. During the day a visit to Jade Caving Factory or Cloisonne (enamelware) workshop is included.

Meals: we will enjoy the delicious lunch at the Xing Shuang Quan restaurant. Its specialties include the Huairou specialty rainbow trout, sturgeon, salmon and other many other varieties. In the evening, enjoy the Peking Roasted Duck which is renowned as the most delicious food of Beijing.

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven

36 Nanwei Road (Nanwei Lu) Beijing China Show Map


Day 04Beijing, Chengdu

Destinations: Beijing to Chengdu

Activities: After breakfast, you will go to cooking school to learn Chinese cuisine. Get to know how many ways to cook different dishes. In the 1.5 hours' study, you get this chance to learn one course, and you will enjoy the fruits of your labor in this delightful eating experience. As for the lunch, we will degust Tan-style cuisine at Lin Hu Xuan Restaurant. Tan-style cuisine has been regarded as a kind of family cuisine, which has played an important role in tradition Beijing Cuisine. Arrived in Chengdu, you will have a dinner at Qin Shan Zhai Restaurant, It is famous for its restorative, which has two types with one is fried dish and the other is hotpot. The soup is cooked in light taste and good for your health. After dinner, you will appreciate the classic operatic circle of the origin of a hundred years-Sichuan Opera, and enjoy some local snacks while watching performance.

Meals: Lunch:Tan-style cuisine at Lin Hu Xuan Restaurant Dinner:Sichuan Cuisine at Qin Shan Zhai Restaurant

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Chengdu Gulou

No.72 West Daqiang Street, Qingyang District,ChengduShow Map


Day 05Chengdu

Destinations: Chengdu

Activities: Today you will first visit the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base where you will see 12 very cute pandas and get to know more about this precious species in its museum. After lunch at Shu Long Restaurant, you will continue your cuisine tour to visit Du Fu Thatched Cottage and Chunxi Street. You can sample local arts and craft, traditional Chinese goods, local food and delicious snacks in the streets. In the evening, you will enjoy your dinner at Huang Cheng Lao Ma Restaurant, which is famous for its delicious hotpot; it caters hundreds of dishes to diners. With moderate flavors and ingredients it attracts people from different regions.

Meals: Lunch:Sichuan cuisine at Shu Long Restaurant. Dinner:Hotpot at Huang Cheng Lao Ma Restaurant.

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Chengdu Gulou

No.72 West Daqiang Street, Qingyang District,ChengduShow Map


Day 06Chengdu, Guangzhou

Destinations: Chengdu to Guangzhou

Activities: Your thrilling day will be started to visit Jinli Old Street and Wu Hou Temple. Picturesque, bustling, and cheerful, you can sample local arts and craft, traditional Chinese goods, food and delicacies, and even a Starbucks in the street. Andthen, you will have lunch at Long Chao Shou Snack,which is a time-honored snack bar with different kinds of snack. Ordering a package of snack it gives you a chance of tasting all the delicious food in Chengdu. Arrived in Guangzhou, you will taste Seafood-one of representative of Guangdong food. After dinner, you could you could explore Shangxiajiu Walking Street by yourself. Here you can find lots of modern and fashionable things that may suits you.

Meals: Lunch:Long Chao Shou Snack Dinner:Seafood

Hotel: Dong Shan Hotel

No.44 Sanyu Road, Guangzhou, GuangdongShow Map


Day 07Guangzhou

Destinations: Guangzhou

Activities: After breakfast, you will visit Qing Ping Market. It is the largest street market in Guangzhou with multiple shops of Chinese medicines (including live scorpions!!), spices, fish, pets, and flowers. Over 60, 000 people shop in the market every day. After get familiar with local cuisine ingredients, you will start your Guangdong Cooking learning. The Guangdong cooking style is another unique culture for you to experience when you are in China. Get to know how many ways to cook different dishes. In the about 3 hours' study, you get this chance to learn one course. Enjoy the fruits of your labor at last. In the afternoon, you will visit Chen Ancestral Shrine. The temple is especially renowned for its beautiful craftsmanship. As for dinner, you will taste the Cantonese food at Lianxiang Restaurant. The famous specialties are sweetheart cake (wife cake), almond biscuit with lotus-seed-paste, chicken cake with lotus-seed-paste and all kinds of moon cakes.

Meals: Lunch:Cantonese food Dinner:Cantonese food at Lianxiang Restaurant.

Hotel: Dong Shan Hotel

No.44 Sanyu Road, Guangzhou, GuangdongShow Map


Day 08Guangzhou

Destinations: Depart from Guangzhou

Activities: Transfer to airport for your departure.

3Price Policy

Price Includes

  • Hotel accommodation in twin shared room with daily breakfast.
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary (B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner).
  • Domestic flights, trains or buses as specified in the itinerary
  • Airport tax and fuel fee.
  • Private car/coach for transfers service and sightseeing program as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Local English-speaking tour guide for transfers and sightseeing program as indicated in each city.
  • Entrance fees to scenic spots as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Service charge and government Taxes.

Price Excludes

  • Entry or exit China international airfare or train tickets.
  • Hotel room/cruise cabin single supplement.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities, etc.
  • Gratuities to the tour guide, driver and hotel bellboy.
  • Fees for entry visa to China.
  • Traveler insurance.
  • Services not mentioned in the itinerary.
Note: Tipping is now considered by many locals to be a part of their normal remuneration. However, this is a matter of personal discretion. You may use following as a reference.Suggested Tipping: for local guide: $8 to $10 per person(guest) per day, for driver: $4 to $5 per person(guest) per day.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Tours Reservation
Cancellation in advance Cancellation penalty
More than 30 days No Cancellation Fee
30-10 days 50% of the full payment
9-0 days or no show 100% of the full payment

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Reviews (100% / overall satisfaction:)

Ms. Francis

Aug.05, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:

we arrived home Friday night. After getting on the flight to Beijing, everything went very smoothly! Thank you again for working so hard to re-arrange our flights and for making sure we were okay! As i think I mentioned to you, many foreigners were stranded because of the delays and dealing with the airline people was very exasperating for them. We feel so lucky to have had your assistance through it all.

The trip to Chengdu and Guangzhou was an incredible experience for us! We learned SO MUCH information in Chengdu and feel that we understand China's history and culture significantly much better than before we went. The time in Guangzhou was "food for the soul". Michael, our guide, was delightful. And we were blown away by the spectacular beauty of the city!

Thank you for arranging this great trip for us! And thank you for the lovely CD of music - we listened to it today and it is beautiful music!

Next week, we are headed back to the states for 8 months. We will be back in China next March (spring semester), so we will probably be contacting you again to arrange another trip or two a year from now.

Thanks again!


Ms. Teddy M. Mitchell

Jul.28, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
Hello James,

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to China Travel Depot for the wonderful service provided by your company and the various guides provided to us on our recent, private trip to Beijing, Chengdu, and Guangzhou. We are very satisfied with your organisation and would not hesitate in using your service again or in recommending China Travel Depot to our friends and relatives in both Malaysia and Australia.

Everyone of them was very helpful and kind during our visit to their particular regions. Always they went out of their way to facilitate our trip and organise any additional requests. They were knowledgeable and communicated this knowledge well to us.

We have recommended your tour company to several of our friends and families. Thank you again for such a great tour of Beijing. The food here was really yummy as you promised.

All the best,
Teddy L Mitchell

Ms. The Simons

Jul.12, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
Hello Luis,
The overall impression of the organisation is quite good. You didn't deceive my first impression, that you were serious and concerned about the well-being of your clients. You help me a lot. During my eight days trip, I enjoyed many yummy foods. The three cities are also great with many tour attractions. The Sanxingdui Museum houses an impressive display of artifacts from Sichuan's Bronze Age (ca. 1300-300 BC), most excavated from the Sanxingdui site itself. The material is striking for its radical difference from other Bronze Age cultures found in the region we now call China. This was really a history book to me. In this trip, I had much time to enjoy my own way.

You can publish my comments on your website and include my email address, I will be very happy to share our great experience with future travelers. Thank you for your excellent arrangement.

Best regards,
The Simons

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