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One Day Hakka Cultural Tour to Fujian Tulou Kingdom
"At 8 O'clock in the morning your driver will transfer you from your hotel lobby to Fujian Tulou in Yongding area of Longyan City in Fujian province which will take approximately 2.5 to 3 hours by car. On the way you will see banana and coffee plantations. You will stop at a tea field and take a walk in the tea plantation plucking tea leaves or just breathing the fresh air. You will also visit a tea house to watch an artistic Chinese tea ceremony and sip a cup of tea has been produced in the Fujian area for more than 1600 years. Fujian province produces 5 different types of tea including oolong black green
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One Day Hakka Cultural Tour to Fujian Tulou Kingdom
"At 8 O'clock in the morning your driver will transfer you from your hotel lobby to Fujian Tulou in Yongding area of Longyan City in Fujian province which will take approximately 2.5 to 3 hours by car. On the way you will see banana and coffee plantations. You will stop at a tea field and take a walk in the tea plantation plucking tea leaves or just breathing the fresh air. You will also visit a tea house to watch an artistic Chinese tea ceremony and sip a cup of tea has been produced in the Fujian area for more than 1600 years. Fujian province produces 5 different types of tea including oolong black green
From $231.00
 
One Day Hakka Cultural Tour to Fujian Tulou Kingdom
"At 8 O'clock in the morning your driver will transfer you from your hotel lobby to Fujian Tulou in Yongding area of Longyan City in Fujian province which will take approximately 2.5 to 3 hours by car. On the way you will see banana and coffee plantations. You will stop at a tea field and take a walk in the tea plantation plucking tea leaves or just breathing the fresh air. You will also visit a tea house to watch an artistic Chinese tea ceremony and sip a cup of tea has been produced in the Fujian area for more than 1600 years. Fujian province produces 5 different types of tea including oolong black green
From $231.00

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Although desserts are not my favorite, I can’t even resist such a bowl of sweet dumplings(collectively known as Tang Yuan or Yuan Xiao). There are different kinds of fillings filled in the sweet...
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Moon cakes are usually eaten on Mid-Autumn Festival. Most people like Guangzhou moon cakes. But there are still some people liking Chaozhou moon cakes.the cover and the filling are different between...
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The Chaozhou noodles are wide and very thin. The soup for these noodles is usually chosen the pig/chicken bone soup, which the soup will be very tasty and clear. In Chaozhou, a bowl of these noodle...
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These fried vegetable dumplings are one of the sacrificial offerings for the moon nymph on Mid-Autumn Day. All of the sacrificial offerings for the moon nymph must be vegetables or fruits. This is the...
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China is a place which is rich in water chestnuts. It seems Chaozhou people like water chestnut a lot. In the season when water chestnuts are mature, there are many water chestnuts sold on the road...
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I would like to recommend this very traditional Chaozhou snack. It’s also my favorite :) Oyster pancake (or you can call it Oyster Pisa) primarily consists of eggs, small oysters and starch. A special...
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People from different areas have different diet customs. I know that western people don’t eat the internal organs of pig. However, if you come to Chaozhou one day, please don’t miss this snack...
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Rice soup is almost in every day life for Chaozhou people. We usually have rice soup as breakfast. So called white rice soup means there is no other food and condiment in the rice soup. So, there are...
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Sautéed glutinous rice being rolled by a thin piece of covers which is made of soybean becomes a kind of traditional Chaozhou snacks. The rolls are usually cut into pieces when are eating. Some...
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So-called non-rice cakes are because of their covers made of starch. These covers will look transparent after being cooked. The common fillings are salty mushed green beans. Non-rice cakes will be...
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You know, Japanese like sashimi. Chaozhou people like sashimi too. They have their own way to make and eat the fish fillets. The fish fillets are made from grass carp. You know, the fillets themselves...
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So, do you think the fish dumplings are all made of fish? Actually, only the cover of the fish dumpling is made of fish; the filling is made of pig meat. Fish dumplings are usually cooked into soup...
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Although leek cakes look very simple, actually the tasty is inside the rice dough. These leek cakes can be eaten after being steamed or sauted. I guess anyone who likes eating leek will like these...
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There are many kinds of local cakes which are usually made in Chinese traditional holidays in Chaozhou. The fillings of these cakes can be sweet or salty. These cakes are used to serve the deities. In...
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No 35-37 South Of Huancheng Rd, CHAOZHOU, 521011,
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No.1 Chaofeng Road, Chaozhou, Guangdong, 521000, China
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No.188 Kaiyuan Rd., Chaozhou, Guangdong, 521000, China
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No.1-7 Chaozhou Avenue, Chaozhou, 521000, CN
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Xinyang Road, Bangni Garden, M, Xiangqiao District, Chaozhou, Guangdong, 521000, China
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Opposite to Telecom Bureau, Central Section, Chaofeng Road, Xiangqiao District, Chaozhou, Guangdong,
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