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FOOD TOURS

Food tours & culinary vacations have become more popular than ever in recent years. After all, what is a vacation without great food? To meet the demand of our discerning travelers, we have created an tantalizing array of Asia culinary tours centered around good food and local experiences that indulges of all five senses – everything from sampling street food in Vietnam to enjoying the finest-of-fine dining in Thailand to trying some delicious Dim Sum in Hong Kong. Better yet, sign up for a fun-filled cooking lesson – Sushi-making in Japan, make dumplings with a local family in China, cook a 5-course dinner at one of Thailand’s acclaimed culinary schools. Whatever your palate desires, our Asia food tours takes vacationing Asia to a whole new level.

Thailand: Bangkok Old Market Hidden Street Eats

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Check Out: Siem Reap, Pou Restaurant

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If you want to see Hanoi’s food scene at its best, you’ll need to get up at the crack of dawn when the markets explode into a riot of colour and activity. During our early morning Hanoi food tour, you’ll leave the tourist trail behind and jump head first into four different food markets with …

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Over 4 hours you’ll navigate Old Town’s maze hitting up its tastiest spots with your foodie expert. Mop up creamy paneer tikka masala with freshly fired chapattis, pop bursting pani puris, nibble on chilli pakoras, and lick your lips after the best jalebi in India. That’s just for starters. There’s more food on this tour …

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Kick off from the central Mahabandoola Garden where your guide will take you to the first stop – grilled fish barbequed over hot charcoal and served with lime and tamarind dipping sauces. As you amble up through the backstreets of Old Yangon on your tour, you’ll dive into a famous noodle house famed for its …

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Prepare yourself because there’s nothing quite like Mumbai with its energy, pulse and personality unmatched by any other city on the sub-continent. Our Mumbai food tour guides was born and raised in this city and what he doesn’t know about the food here ain’t worth knowing. Hop from stop to stop using the city’s transport …

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There’s an eatery and food joint on every corner of Hong Kong, though not all are made equal. Fear not. You can hit the Hong Kong foodie scene running if you join our moveable food feast. Our Hong Kong food tour guide will take you on a journey through lunch, tea time and dinner in …

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Kick off your Chiang Mai food tour in one of the best food markets in the city. Here, you’ll indulge in several Northern Thai tastes different tastes and learn about their origins. Afterwards, you’ll be whisked away to try the best bowl of Chiang Mai’s famous khao soi – thick, silky coconut curry topped with …

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Singapore is an intriguing mix of Malay, Indian and Chinese all of whom have come together to create a dynamic food scene found nowhere else on earth. It’s truly one of the world’s great food cities, yet it can be intimidating for the uninitiated. Fear not. You can hit the ground running on our private …

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You haven’t truly explored the ancient former Japanese capital Kyoto until you’ve dived into the world of sake culture. This three-hour insiders’ sake tasting tour will see you visit one of the city’s best distilleries to learn about the secrets of tradition sake brewing techniques that have been passed down through the generations. Afterwards, you’ll …

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Kicking off with a hair-raising klong boat ride from Siam pier to a hidden old town district rarely visited by Westerners… get set for the best Bangkok food tour in town. Wander through this peaceful laid-back neighbourhood where you’re unlikely to see another traveler and tackle the century old food market that’s been feeding locals …

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Siem Reap’s most attention-grabbing Cambodian cuisine these days is surprisingly its most traditional, coming out of the very rustic upstairs kitchen of Pou Restaurant, which occupies an unrenovated wooden house on a dusty street opposite the historic Wat Damnak Pagoda. Pou translates as “uncle” in Cambodia, where it is customary to use the local equivalents …

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