Feng Shui Walking Tour and Dim Sum Lunch for One or Two from SF Chinatown Ghost Tours (62% Off)

Four Seas Restaurant

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A Taoist temple, a fortune-cookie factory, and a restaurant that dates to the 1930s help illustrate the principles of energy flow

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Walking tours explore intriguing surroundings at a leisurely pace, much like a photography class held in a thick bog of quicksand. Let it all sink in with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $30 for a two-hour feng shui Chinatown walking tour and dim sum lunch for one (a $78 value)
  • $60 for a two-hour feng shui Chinatown walking tour and dim sum lunch for two (a $156 value)

Starting from the 80-year-old Four Seas Restaurant, tour groups explore the feng shui principles at work behind the construction of sites including the Taoist Temple and a fortune-cookie factory. As the guide illuminates the system’s principles of attracting positive energy, guests will also learn about feng shui remedies and the meanings behind Buddhist talismans, octagonal mirrors, and why feng shui designers are unlikely to use antiques. An eight-course dim sum lunch and tea ceremony complete the excursion into a traditional way of life.

SF Chinatown Ghost Tours

From an early age, native San Franciscans Cynthia Yee and Korene Tom found themselves fascinated with their native culture and its ties to ancient beliefs and the supernatural. Now, through SF Chinatown Ghost Tours, native guides immerse guests in the mysticism, folklore, and history of the U.S.’s oldest Chinese community during themed walking tours. Wandering down dimly lit streets, patrons see the sites of former gambling dens, riots, and antique shops specializing in Mogwai. A daytime cookie factory tour meanders past historic Chinatown sights including a Taoist temple, food markets, and a fortune cookie factory, letting guests munch on cookies where the renowned biscuit was invented.

SF Chinatown Ghost Tours

From an early age, native San Franciscans Cynthia Yee and Ruby Tsang found themselves fascinated with their native culture and its ties to ancient beliefs and the supernatural. Now, through SF Chinatown Ghost Tours, native guides immerse guests in the mysticism, folklore, and history of the U.S.’s oldest Chinese community during themed walking tours. Wandering down dimly lit streets, patrons see the sites of former gambling dens, riots, and antique shops specializing in Mogwai. A daytime cookie factory tour meanders past historic Chinatown sights including a Taoist temple, food markets, and a fortune cookie factory, letting guests munch on cookies where the renowned biscuit was invented.


Tips

  • “loved, LOVED, LOVED the tour and our guide. So many interesting/ unknown facts about Old Chinatown.”

  • “Great tour. Entertaining and fun.”

  • “It was super fun!”

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    Four Seas Restaurant

    731 Grant Ave.

    San Francisco, California 94108

    415-793-1183

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