4 Days Huangshan Gourmet Tour

  • 4 Days, 3 Nights

Hui cuisine, also called Anhui Cuisine, is a rich cultural heritage in China and it's one of the 8 famous Great Cuisines of China. It's a general term for 5 kinds of local cuisines in Anhui Province, and Wannan Cuisine is the essence of them. The taste of Wannan Style is mainly refers to the cuisine in Hui Region. And Huangshan City is the original capital city of old Huizhou Prefecture. So Huangshan City is the right place to taste the authentic Hui cuisine. The food ingredients of Hui cuisine based on the delicacies from the mountains, the flavor of strong umami is the feature of Hui Cuisine.

The cuisines you would enjoy during the journey:

Huizhou Stinky Mandarin Fish (The representative dish of all Hui Cuisine)

Assorted Yipin Pot

Hairy tofu (beancurd)

Wenzheng mountain bamboo shoots

Steam stone chicken

Steamed preserved meat

Additional Info

  • LocationThailand
  • Duration4 Days
  • Min Age12+
  • Max People05
  • LandingThailand
  • Check In15/05/2019
  • Check Out15/06/2019

Day01 Arrive Tunxi (The downtown of Huangshan City) (D)

Upon your arrival, be picked up at the railway station or airport, transferred to 4* Huiman Hotel in the downtown of Huangshan City. Enjoy the leisure time on your own arrangement. We would serve you the welcome dinner at Mom's local restaurant. Their specialty is Huizhou Stinky Mandarin Fish. We would also offer you Hairy tofu (beancurd) as well.

Hotel: 4* Huiman Hotel (Chinese garden style hotel).


Day02 Tunxi-Hongcun Village- Mt Huangshan (B/L)

Get up early, we strongly suggest you to check out as early as possible, then we can arrive Hongcun Village before the influx of tourists. Hongcun Village looks more charming when there are less people there. The village is a small merchant town considered one of the top cultural heritage attractions in China. The lunch would be served at Yilou Restaurant near Hongcun Village. Their steamed preserved meat and Steam stone chicken are both great in taste. After lunch, we would drive you to Mt Huangshan Scenic Area. Take Yungu Gondola up and hike through Shixin Peak, Beihai Scenic Area. Check in and take a rest in your hotel. Go and enjoy the sunset view on top of the mountain and our guide would give you the time for sunset. As there is no good restaurant on top of the mountain, therefore we do suggest you to arrange the dinner by yourselves.

Hotel: 4* North Wing of Xihai Hotel


Day03 Mt-Huangshan-Tunxi (B/L/D)

Get up early and enjoy the sunrise near your hotel if the weather is good. Back to hotel and take a rest, have breakfast, then go head to hike more attractions like Bright Summit, Tianhai Scenic Spot, Guest-greeting Pine, and take Yuping Gondola down to the earth which depends on your physical strength as well. If you feel tried, we can turn back the original way and go down by Yungu Gondola, the first day's gondola we took. Upon your arrival at Tangkou Town where Mt Huangshan located, we would serve the lunch at Little Chef King Restaurant. Their classical dishes are sliced pork and bamboo shoots and Huizhou Stinky Mandarin Fish. The Huizhou Stinky Mandarin Fish were tasted on the first day, you might probably want to taste it again. After lunch, drive around 1 hour and 15 mins to Chengkan Village which is a well preserved residential architecture from Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 A.D.). It’s also widely known as Bagua Village relating to Taiji philosophy that focuses on two aspects – Yin and Yang. Stay overnight in the hotel inside Chengkan Village. The dinner would be served at the restaurant inside Huanxiu Building. Their representative dishes are salted chicken and Huanxiu stir-fried.

Hotel: Shou Shan Ru Zong Boutique Hotel (not star hotel but delicate)


Day04 Chengkan-Tunxi, depart from Tunxi (B/L)

If possible, get up early and it's the good time to take picture inside the ancient town. Drive to Tunxi City after breakfast, stroll on Tunxi Old Street and then go and visit China Emblem Cuisine Museum to explore more knowledge and history about Hui style cuisine. Then we would drive you to Maiden's Small Stove Restaurant. Their representative dish is Braised Spare Ribs in Brown Sauce. After lunch, we would drive you to railway station and take bullet train or flight to leave Tunxi City.


@Based on 2 persons traveling

US$738/per person


@Based on 3-4 persons traveling

US$598/per person

Note: You need to pay US$20/per person more if staying on top of Mt Huangshan on Friday or Saturday as they execute weekend price on this two days.



The price includes:

  • Private English speaking guide service
  • Private 5 persons business van rental cost
  • One bottle of mineral water per person per day
  • All accommodation for 3 nights with breakfasts
  • Entrance fee of the specified attractions listed in the itinerary (round way gondolas for go up and down of Mt Huangshan)
  • Life insurance
  • Chinese style lunch as specified in the itinerary

The price excludes:

  • The transportation cost to enter/leave Huangshan City
  • Visa fee, passport application or renewal fee
  • Tips for guides, escort, drives, bellboys, etc.

Suggested Tipping Standards:

If the group size is 1-5 persons

US$100 for local guide

US$50 for local driver

If the group size is above 5 persons

US$130 for local guide

US$65 for local driver

  • Dinners en route
  • Personal expenses such as excess luggage fees, laundry, postage, communications and beverages, optional activities, dinner etc. are at your own expense.

Traveling Tips:

  • Tunxi Old Street is prosperous on 06:00-23:00pm daily but it would be closed earlier at around 09:30pm in winter time.
  • Hongcun Village is one of the first batch villages open to tourists in Huangshan Area, now it's quite commercialized but not affect its beauty. Chengkan Village is a bit more rustic.
  • Xihai is a 5 star hotel on top of Mt Huangshan, it has two wings, one is north (4*) and the other is south wing (5*). And all the clients would be checked in together on south wing (5* building). There is around US$20/per person price difference for upgrading the room into 5* south wing if you need.
  • Our guide would probably adjust the time to go up Mt Huangshan according to your traveling time in order to avoid the peak mountain entering hours, but we would keep the same visiting content just adjust the visiting order.
  • Chinese fish in dishes are all with bones. You need to take care about the fish bones during the eating.

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