Love spicy food? Sichuan is the province to beat in China for fiery fare. The region’s ideal geographical features make it a perfect site for foraging and growing great produce, and UNESCO recognized the the city as a “City of Gastronomy” in 2010 – the first Asian city it bestowed the honor on, in part thanks to its
Jennifer from Adventurous Appetite joined UnTour Shanghai for our Night Markets tour. Here’s a taste of what she had to say: I recently discovered a food tour group that has made this desire a bit more feasible. UnTour was founded in 2010 by a woman named Jamie Barys, a food writer and longtime Shanghai expat.
As you might have heard, it’s October Holiday (or National Day or Golden Week – it’s got all sorts of names!), which means that getting around town might be a bit harder due to an influx of domestic tourists. In addition to the sheer number of people in Shanghai, the government is also shutting down
Fiji Water is branching out of the volcanically-filtered, tropical-rain bottled water business and writing city guides of the most exciting cities in the world, including Shanghai! UnTour Shanghai’s Night Market food tour is featured the “Taste” section of the guide, so check it out. We’re whipsmart. And unconventional!
We love Chinese street food breakfast so much that our Street Food – Breakfast tour was the first one we ever designed at UnTour Shanghai! So when Time Out Shanghai approached us to talk about some of our favorite local breakfast spots, we could barely stop talking… Read the whole article here or check out some highlights below: The