Intrepid Sightseeing

  • Join this Shanghai tour and get caught up in an avalanche of noodles, buns, mooncakes, and pancakes. A local guide will show you the way and teach you some local lingo to ensure an embarrassment-free ordering and eating experience.
    2-3 hours
  • Did someone say dumplings? Join this Beijing tour to learn how to master the fine art of dumpling making (as well as the equally fine art of dumpling eating). Other arts perfected on this tour include: snacking at markets, riding public transit, and drinking at hutong rooftop bars. 
    3 to 4 hours
  • Think of this as the ultimate, quick reference guide to China's capital. See the monuments and icons, ride the subway,  try some dumplings, and hit the parks and pagodas scene; this is Beijing 101 suitable for newbies and returning travellers. 
    7-8 hours
  • One of the greatest constructions in the world, the Great Wall of China is a hard act to follow, but this Beijing tour does its best by providing a lunch and foot massage chaser after your Great Wall hike. Touche Urban Adventures... touche.
    8-9 hours
  • You may not associate mosques and Muslims with China, but Xi’an is home to some fine examples of Islamic architecture and a strong Muslim community. On this Xi’an tour you’ll explore the Muslim Quarter area, meet the Hui minority, and feast on street food and a traditional banquet. 
    3 – 4 hours
  • Escape Shanghai's futuristic streetscapes to waltz around the nostalgic Old Town area for a few hours. Join sprightly locals in group ballroom dancing or tai chi sessions in the park, try some old-school dumpling soup, pick through antiques, and watch a black and white film at an old movie house. 
    3 - 4 hours