Beijing is definitely the paradise for a foodie! There are so many delicious food hidden in the Hutongs. Today you will have the chance to taste some local snacks while we wander around in the Hutongs. And we will have the Beijing Duck dinner as the perfect ending of our experience. While we walk through the hutongs, lots of history and stories of old Beijing will be brought to you. This is the chance for you to learn about the Hutongs and the background behind it. You will experience the samll streets of Beijing like a local fooodie. Besides the Hutong Shopping Street, we will walk through a residential area and visit their street market. This is another great place for foodies! The daily delicacy which locals will enjoy are shown in the windows of every small shop. You can pick up whatever looks or smells good to you. At last, we will come to this Beijing Duck restaurant where locals will go to. So we will eat like a local as well. With the Beijing Duck, local drinks are also brought to you, like local orange soda, local beer or best of all – local wine. All food that is mentioned is icluded in the package.
I am a local born in Beijing, who grew up in the hutongs. As known, hutongs are where our local culture from and still existing. So, I am a 100% local person who knows the culture very well. I learned history and English when I was in university and got my guide license from the government in 2003. Therefore, I started to be a tour guide since 2003 and got a lot experiences on sharing our history and culture with visitors from all over the world. I am your perfect choice for Beijing’s history and local culture. I will bring you the experience of Beijing like no one else will.
Vegetarian food is available.
One of above is included.
We will wander around in the oldest Hutong Shopping Street in Beijing while we taste local snacks. We can visit many old shops that are over 100 years old. A street market is another stop of our experience. And at last, we will have a Peking Duck dinner in a local restaurant (Known as Beijing Duck as well).