Intrepid Sightseeing

  • We hope you’re hungry! This Penang walking tour will set your taste buds salivating as you sample the best of the city’s street food scene. Your guide is a local foodie who will ensure you’re stuffed with sweet and savoury treats as you learn about traditional Malaysian cuisine. Along the way, take in some history as you wander old city streets, passing preserved heritage sites, and stopping at famed food spots like one of Penang’s oldest Chinese coffee shops and Indian Muslim restaurants. With Malay, Chinese, and Indian flavours in its street food, there’s no better way to literally taste the cultural diversity of Penang!
    Penang
    3 hours
  • Discover favourite local designers and sophisticated watering holes over a cocktail (or three!), and get an insider’s perspective behind some of Brisbane’s leading venues. This Brisbane city tour is all about showcasing the best of Australia — from local chocolatiers and charcuterie treats, to up-and-coming international labels. You’ll even take part in a cocktail class and learn what happens behind the scenes at some of the swankiest establishments about town!
    Brisbane
    3 hours
  • Be warned, this ain’t your typical history tour! Mix convict heritage with the best of Australia’s brews on this city beer tour that takes you from 1800s Brisbane to today. Explore Brisbane’s laneway pubs and bars that are often only discovered through word-of-mouth. Sample boutique Australian beers as our local insider guide introduces you to a Brisbane tucked away in city side streets and back courtyards. You’ll learn about ANZAC, WWII, and yes, that infamous Aussie convict heritage while seeking out some of the best beers to be found anywhere. Oh, and there are gourmet pub snacks on offer, too! So, where isn't this sounding brilliant?
    Brisbane
    3 hours
  • Get to know Agra the local way, by exploring the city’s hidden laneways, bustling spice market, and religious mosques and temples, all with your feet to guide you. Sample treats at a 200-year-old sweets shop, hop on a cycle rickshaw, and learn why Hindu families dress their idols. Hear the legends that have been passed down through generations and learn how modern-day India is reshaping itself. Finish it all up with the spectacular sight of the Taj Mahal from a secret spot.
    Agra
    3 hours
  • Festivals are the truest of celebrations in India, and particularly prevalent in Kerala, where occasional festivities win out over the characteristic simplicity of life here. If you’re looking for a juxtaposition of culture, one of Kerala’s many festivals is no doubt where you’ll find your groove. 
    Kochi
    6 to 8 hours
  • With a fascinating fusion of Jewish, Polish, Italian, and Russian influences, Vilnius is a cultural feast of architectural and culinary proportions. Get lost in the narrow streets of the Old Town Vilnius while sampling tasty treats and bold brews from specialty food shops, cafes and bars along the way! Does it get any better than that?
    Vilnius
    3 hours
  • Taste the real Krakow on this food tour of the best Polish bites and sites! Sample traditional fare of pierogies, zapiekanka, and oscypek at local hideaways and explore Krakow’s bustling markets and neighbourhoods. The perfect balance of cuisine and culture for a truly authentic local experience!
    Krakow
    2.5 - 3 hours
  • Foodies rejoice! Your favourite cooking element takes centre stage in this Zanzibar food tour of the local spice culture. We’ll take you beyond the shaker to a spice farm to sample the best “Spice Island” has to offer. After exploring a nearby village, we’ll head to the home of a local cassava farmer for a Swahili cooking lesson and lunch of freshly-farmed produce.
    Zanzibar
    4 hours
  • Go beyond Stone Town to experience local life in the different neighbourhoods of Zanzibar City. Visit two local workshops to see the humble production of traditional handicrafts, like vibrant Zanzibari textiles and intricate wooden doors. Wander through the exotic fruit and vegetable stalls of the island’s biggest market and top it all off with a delicious lunch at a local ocean view restaurant!
    Zanzibar
    4 hours

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