Real Food Adventure - China

Real Food Adventure - China information and booking

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Schedule Details

Departs from
Guesthouse, Hotel, Overnight sleeper train
Group Size
Maximum of 12 travellers per group
Metro, Overnight sleeper train, Private Bus, Public bus
Important Notes
1. A Single Supplement is available on this trip. See under the Single Traveller section of your Trip Notes for more information. 2. A scanned copy of the personal details page of your passport is required at time of booking in order for us to purchase your train tickets. 3. An upgrade to Soft Sleeper trains is available on this trip. Please see Trip Notes for full details.


Dine on delectable Peking duck in Beijing, Sizzle and chop through a mouth-watering northern Chinese cooking class , Walk a stunning section of The Great Wall of China, Munch on guan tang baozi (steamed buns with gravy) for breakfast in Xi’an, Marvel at Xi’an’s impressive Terracotta Warriors, Spice up the trip with an exquisite Sichuan hotpot in Chengdu, Discover the eclectic food culture of Hong Kong, Brave the wilds of Donghuamen Night Market, where nothing is off the menu

Tour description provided by Intrepid

Welcome to enigmatic China, where culture, history and cuisine all combine to create a truly mesmerising travel experience. Explore Beijing’s ancient hutongs to search out some of the city’s best street food. Discover Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City before seeing another side of China's gastronomy at the Donghuamen Night Market. Wander along the Great Wall of China and then travel to Xi’an to be awed by the magnificent Terracotta Warriors and the city’s excellent snack-food scene. Taste the peppery treats of Sichuan cuisine in Chengdu and enjoy a visit to a farming village learning about the food grown and what life is like for people out of the cities. End the adventure in Hong Kong, where fresh food markets, excellent shopping and a range of amazing eating experiences await.


Days 1-3 Beijing
Beijing has a long and colourful history and this rapidly modernising city is an amazing whirl of ancient sites, modern buildings, bicycles, people, shops and eateries.
Days 4-6 Xi'an
As the start of the ancient trading route the Silk Road and an imperial centre for 2,000 years, Xi'an has a fascinating history and rich cultural sites to discover.
Days 7-8 Emei
Chengdu has plenty of traditional flavour with its famous tea houses, numerous markets and as the home of Sichuan cuisine, known the world over for its spiciness.
Day 9 Chengdu
Step back in time in ancient town of Huanglongxi. With its well-preserved Qing dynasty buildings and tasty street foods, this town delights not only the tastebuds but all the senses.
Days 10-12 Hong Kong
Farewell Chengdu and fly to the bright lights and excitement of Hong Kong.