Explore Chinatown's Food and Sights on a Guided Walking Tour
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We had a GREAT tour with Dan Chew. There apparently was a mix-up between the "regular" walking tour and the "food" tour so he combined it and we got the best of both worlds! He was a very interesting host as he grew up in Chinatown. He just had a very nice demeanor and I really enjoyed talking with him. I would highly recommend this tour with him. It was the perfect combination of interesting sights and great food. We even did a tea tasting which I found very interesting (and entertaining). Our host for the tea tasting was hilarious!
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Definitely will do this again! Dan grew up in Chinatown & shared history, how things gave changed since he grew up, and customized our personal tour for 2! Knowing we hail from Hawaii & he has family there, he gave us a wonderful experience.
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This is a walking tour on hilly terrain, so strollers and toddlers are not advised. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and dress in layers.
This tour does not visit restaurants that are tourist attractions. You will only visit places for locals, so English may not be spoken and usually all menu items are written in Chinese.
Tour guide gratuity is not included.
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