Take a guided tour of Vancouver's Chinatown to try the traditional Cantonese style of food known as Dim Sum. Devour delicious food, learn all about local history, and have tons of fun with others.
Cancellation:  No refunds for cancelled bookings
Best Price Guaranteed
- Discover Vancouver’s best Dim Sum, which is a Cantonese family tradition that features small, shared dishes often served in bamboo steamers
- Follow along with a knowledgeable and entertaining guide, who takes you on an adventure to local hidden gems
- Sample steamed shrimp dumplings, packed with flavor, white and fluffy steam buns stuffed with BBQ pork or vegetables, steamed dumplings with pork and broth filling, and more
- Guided tour
- Hand-chosen dishes at each venue
- Round-trip transportation
Feb 6, 2019
The places we visited were great but I'm not sure why Jordan was there...you literally could have given me a list of the places to go and I could have went there myself. Having a guide did not help the experience at all. He is a nice guy but didn't add anything to this tour.
Feb 4, 2019
Gave this as a gift. The recipients really enjoyed the tour and the food, and felt it was good value, however the tour guide spoke too quietly and they had difficulty hearing that part of the tour.
Jan 28, 2019
Hi...thanks for giving me the opportunity to provide feedback without putting it out on social media. Jordan was a very personable and attentive guide. My review is not about him but about the tour as a whole. I don't think that I would recommend this tour to anyone. My biggest disappointment was standing around a park bench in a very unclean area, eating BBQ Pork. There was food waste and other trash around and it was VERY unappetizing. At this point, I was already prepared to leave the tour and go find somewhere else to eat or just go home. For the cost of the tour I'd have expected something a LITTLE better. Perhaps the BBQ Pork could have been left on the sales counter as we all filed past and took a piece to taste? Jordan was prepared with napkins, wipes, toothpicks and such, but it was a pretty big turn off. What would have been done if it had been raining? I really enjoyed the bakery stop. I tried a number of Chinese baked goods I hadn't tried before and I will try again. Our smaller group learned more from a Chinese tour participant than we did from our tour guide, but do be aware that Jordan was attentive to our questions and always went out of his way to find answers if he could. I hope you give some thought to my feedback. Wishing you all the best.
Over 1 million bookings
for the world’s greatest activities are processed by Peek every year