Toronto's Kensington Market & Chinatown Guided Walking Tour
Price On Request
Visit two of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Toronto: Kensington Market and Chinatown. Discover shops, restaurants and amazing graffiti art as you learn the area's history from an expert guide.
- Any cancellations made after 10:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
- Snack at a local food vendor
- Coffee or tea
Min/Max Quantity To Book
- Max Qty: 12 (Maximum tickets can be booked)
- 2 (hrs)
- Guests who will arrive late on the specified tour start times will be left behind and will not be entitled to a refund.
- Children of all ages can participate in this activity.
- The activity provider does not assume any responsibility for your valuables and/or personal belongings.
- The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
- Gratuity is not included in the price.
- The tour guide has full discretion to refuse service to customers based on attire, behavior, physical fitness and condition.
- Meals are not included in the price.
- Drinks and snacks are available for purchase.
- You will be joining a group of a maximum of twelve (12) people in this tour.
Dressing & Items to Bring
- Walking shoes
- Comfortable clothing
- During summers, the weather can be hot and humid, cool during spring/autumn and frigid with snow in winters. Please make sure to dress according to the weather.
|Toronto's Kensington Market & Chinatown Guided Walking Tour|
Check-in at the SW Corner of McCaul Street and Dundas Street
Feast your eyes on the colorful Kensington Market which offers a variety of bakeries & shops that sell a multitude of goods & commodities. Have coffee or tea at a local cafe and learn how this bohemian market came to be. Enrich the experience by visiting a local food vendor & try out a local snack.
Aside from shopping, the neighborhood is also a good place to snap some photos. Admire their graffiti murals with amazing colors and designs. Maximize your stay here and ask your guide for some of their recommended restaurants and places to visit.
Head over to one of Toronto's busiest cities -- Chinatown. Hear fascinating stories from the locals and learn about the history of the largest Chinese community in Canada. Immerse yourself in this bustling enclave where there are numerous shops, food places and landmarks to check out.
Check-out at Dragon City Shopping Centre