Chinatown Walking Tour
Monday to Sunday
NYC information booth
NYC information booth
New York's China Town is a complex and diverse expanding Asian community. Experience immigrant history, along with incredible food on this 2 hour China Town walking tour. Meet your guide at the NYC information booth, here he will explain you that over half of Chinatown is composed of all the other Pacific Rim Nations, so you can get the finest Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Japanese foods here in China Town as well.
He knows the best places to eat in NYC’s China town. Where else can you find dumplings with soup in them instead of dumplings in the soup? This neighborhood has been Irish, Jewish, and Italian before it was China town.
The overlapping experience of all these New York City immigrants is what makes us New Yorkers who they are today, and that’s what your Manhattan Walking Tour guide brings to life for you. Whether it is barbecue pork with honey glaze or just wasabi peas, New York's China Town has it all, and you will end at the same meeting point.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|General (P/P)||89.00 (USD)|
- All your food and drink at five (5) different spots included.
- Fully qualified, knowledgeable, award winning tour guide.
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required.
- Any other dietary needs cannot be accommodated on this tour.
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Bring umbrella or jacket in case of rain.
Cancellations/Dates changes must be made more than 24 hours in advance of your tour.
You can then reschedule once at no additional cost or fees.
Cancellations within 24 hours of the tour are considered no-shows and are not refundable. But as a courtesy, we will reschedule at our convenience.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if it rains?
All tours are held rain or shine. However, we supply ponchos if it rains. We recommend you check the weather forecast to help you choose your shoes and garments. You might want to bring an umbrella.
Are pets allowed?
Pets are not allowed on any of our tours. As much as we love them, other guests might have potential allergies, and NYC food regulations do not permit them in the restaurants we visit.