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3 Star Starred
Chinatown via Explore San Francisco
Meet at the Chinatown Gate on the corner of Bush and Grant 501 Bush Street San Francisco, CA 94108
415-793-1104
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Ask to do a tea tasting! The best for last!
Chinatown Food Tour info Mar 17 2014 star this tip starred
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34 ratings
4.4 average rating
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attended Dec 15 2012

I've lived in SF for 7 years and had never truly explored china town before this. While our tour guide Alixx did take us through some of the touristy parts, we got to explore places like the Buhhdist temple and the fortune cookie factory, as well...continued

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attended Jun 07 2014

Most of our group were locals , wanting to learn more about the back streets and history of Chinatown.
Dan our guide made the tour very interesting and fun.
We loved it

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2 stars
attended Dec 29 2012

The Chinatown Tour was everything we hoped for and more. As Alex led us around town he furnished us with many fascinating tidbits of information as well as history. He took us to places we never would have found on our own. Good memories. Nice...continued

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http://exploresf.biz/chinatown.php

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Tour guide gratuity is not included.

About the Ticket Supplier: Explore San Francisco

After you've seen the tourist attractions, come explore San Francisco with us and see the city as a local. Be at the table for a one-time only pop up restaurant. Shop the boutiques of Pacific Heights. Take a leisurely stroll through Chinatown and North Beach and eat where the locals eat. Experience a wine tour without leaving the city. See wild flocks of parrots.Have a cup of coffee where Jack Kerouac sat.
Visit a Buddhist monastery, a chocolate factory. Savor the flavors of the Mission District and then visit it's world famous murals. And if you really want to we'll take you to the lunch truck that serves up insects.