Soho’s famous Chinatown may be all but deserted these days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy it!
What to expect
Area guide Minji has taken her tours online, with a mix of prerecorded scenes and live discussion. Expect insights into the sights, smells, tastes and sounds that have made Chinatown such an iconic part of London through the ages. It’s an interactive affair, so come curious!
Groups are small—which is great for conversation, but it does mean tickets tend to sell out! Fortunately, there are plenty of dates available—at least until live tours open back up! Tickets seem to be sold on a per device basis. So it’s perfect for couples and flatmates looking to share an evening or afternoon out together from the comfort of their sofa.
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