This custom-tour takes you to the farthest reaches of the Middle Kingdom, where you’ll be able to sample the cuisines of China’s 56 Ethnic groups. If you’re interested, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you plan your next grant adventure.
Hui Cuisine and Culture
In the Western reaches of China, you can explore the cuisine of the Chinese Hui Muslims, which combines the hard-won fruits of the earth in this arid region, which is threaded with the historical riches of China’s ancinet silk road. This region is also a central point containing many of China’s most exquisite Buddhist relics.
Yunnan Cuisine and Culture
Yunnan, which was once believed to be the true location of Shangrila, is home to numerous ethnic groups, including Bai, Yi, Dai, Miao, Jingpo, and Nu, many of which have stunning culinary customs and ways of preserving foods thousands of years old.
Guizhou Cuisine and Culture
Guizhou is home to some China’s most stunning scenery, such as endless rice paddies being tended by old grannies with straw hats, and Karst mountains towering over winding rivers. It is also home to some of China’s most interesting ethnic groups such as the Yi, Bai and Miao, whose distance from the capital has helped them preserve age-old customs.
Fujian Cuisine and Culture
Fujian Province was China’s central trading port at the height of the Silk Road days, and is home to a number of ethnic groups, including the Hakka, as well as culinary and cultural influences from around the world.