Wet Market Tour A wet market is the type of fresh food market commonly found in Asian countries.The term "wet market" comes from the extensive use of water in the markets. The water keeps fruits and vegetablesfresh, keeps fish and shellfish alive, and alsowashes the floors every day. Wet market products are only stored for short periods of time and are always expected to be especially fresh.This type of market is the only place one can still purchase live animals such as poultry, fish and reptiles out in the open.
Hutong Cuisine Cooking Class (Reservation subject to the availability and DestinationAsia has the right to change to similar standard cooking class) In this fun and very much hands-on cooking class, try your hand at making some classic Chinese dishes in an exquisitely restored hutong courtyard house. You’ll get to learn about the many and varied regional flavors of Chinese cookery, the use of Chinese spices and condiments, wok and cleaver skills, and of course, make some of your favorite Chinese dishes.
Transfer back to the hotel and evening free at leisure on your own arrangement
Meals included: Lunch Back to top
ADDITIONAL INCLUSIONS: - Cost for cooking class - One lunch at cooking class