We accept all major credit cards & Alipay payments. All UnTours must be reserved with advance payment. If you wish to pay via Alipay, please see the on-screen options while checking out. If you would like to discuss other payments method, please contact us
All of our public weekly tours are held in English. Depending on guide availability, we may also be able to offer Mandarin or other European languages for our private tours. Please check with us if you have a specific request.
If a booking is canceled 72 hours or more prior to the UnTour, we will refund the booking less 20%. Refunds will not be given for cancellations less than 72 hours in advance. However, we will issue a refund less 20% within 72 hours only in the event of severe weather (i.e. typhoon. Rain is not severe weather. Trust us, we have a meteorological parent). In case of severe weather we will make every effort to reschedule your UnTour for another day if possible. If we are unable to do so then we will refund your booking in full.
On our scheduled public tours, our maximum capacity is 8-14 people, depending on the tour. We can also host larger groups of up to 30 people for teambuilding and other group activities. Please send us a message for more information about group tours.
Yes, but please be courteous. It’s often nice to “ask” locals first. We’ve found a big smile and a bit of sign language can go a long way, or your guide is happy to interpret!
We are happy to help, but we are not a full-service travel agency. We just love food. We can help you with restaurant recommendations and shopping tips around the city.
All our experiences are vegetarian-friendly (although you will have to skip out on a few dishes). Please let us know in advance if you are a vegetarian so we can advise our vendors.
We take food allergies very seriously and deal with them on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us directly with your dietary restrictions so we can try to customize a culinary UnTour based on your needs. At the end of the day, it is the sole responsibility of the participant to take care of his or her own dietary needs.
Street food safety is something we take very seriously at UnTour – here’s a link to an article we wrote to help independent travelers arm themselves with knowledge about street food safety. On our tours, we only work with trusted vendors whom we’ve been frequenting for years, and we’ve developed a personal relationship with the vendor, so we know we can trust them. These stops are our absolute favorite places to eat – the same places we take our family and friends.