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Bazaar Trail Walking Tour in George Town

Bazaar Trail Walking Tour in George Town

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58
  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
From
$26.14
From
$26.14
See the eclectic marketplaces and colorful bazaars on this memorable walking tour of Chennai. Explore George Town and uncover the stories of daily life and local people as you listen to your friendly local guide share historical legends and old folklore. You'll navigate the crowded markets and narrow lanes as you experience the life of a local on this interactive and engaging tour that's not to be missed.
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* A traveler said: "I was really glad doing this tour. I booked the tour unexpectedly but I was really glad to do it. The tour was beautiful and fascinating. The walk through the george Town is almost a must do for all visitors in Chenna. It was worthwhile. The guide Ms Krishna was very kind and told us all the stories about it."


Small-Group Guided Food Trail in the Sowcarpet Market

Small-Group Guided Food Trail in the Sowcarpet Market

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14
  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$30.94
From
$30.94
Chennai’s tourist menus won’t give you a true perspective on the everyday foods enjoyed by locals. Step forward on this small-group walking tour of the Sowcarpet Market: where a multitude of stalls serve the staples that keep Chennaites sustained. Let a guide navigate the market so you don’t get lost, taste popular foods at tried-and-trusted stands, and get the full lowdown on local delicacies that you wouldn’t hear on your own.
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Food Walk Tour Chennai

Food Walk Tour Chennai

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4
  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$18.59
From
$18.59
Chennai is a royal destination and for centuries it is known for its rich and yummy food culture, we are fortunate today that this rich food culture is preserved in the form of small food joints by some thoughtful people for generations. We have designed this amazing experience for you with an intention to take you to these places for food tasting, so that you can also cherish this food, feast your taste buds and have a fabulous and lasting impression.
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* A traveler said: "Sharmini was great! Very easy to understand. Not only did we try amazing foods, she explained the background stories behind them. Would highly recommend. Come hungry... lots of food to try!"


The Georgetown Bazaar Walking tour by Wonder tours

The Georgetown Bazaar Walking tour by Wonder tours

star-3.5
3
  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$25.07
From
$25.07
On this tour, we explore the busy neighbourhood of Georgetown. This area consists of well-established specialised bazaars, with small winding streets, warehouses, covered wholesale markets, street stalls and retail shops. Originally called ‘Black Town’, the area came up in the late 1600s after the founding of Fort St. George. Local people settled here to trade and do business with the fort. A portion of Black Town was flattened in the 1700’s, to provide an open area outside Fort St George. The residents of Blacktown re-settled just beyond the open area, in what was called New Black Town. In the mid 1800’s, the open area (old Black Town) was used to construct the grand building of Madras High Court. In 1910, when King George visited India, Blacktown was renamed Georgetown. Today Georgetown continues to be a busy market area, selling everything under the sun: bangles, fabrics, fruits, vegetables, spices, stationery, jewellery, etc.
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Food trail in Sowcarpet Market by Wonder tours

Food trail in Sowcarpet Market by Wonder tours

star-5
2
  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$30.68
From
$30.68
This is a food walk in the Sowcarpet, to introduce you to the traditional cuisine of south India.Chennai’s tourist menus won’t give you a true perspective on the everyday foods enjoyed by locals. Step forward this small-group walking tour of the Sowcarpet Market: where a multitude of stalls serve the staples that keep Chennaites sustained. Let a guide navigate the market so you don’t get lost, taste popular foods at tried-and-trusted stands, and get the full lowdown on local delicacies that you wouldn’t hear on your own. Discover Chennai’s street foods on a Sowcarpet Market food walking tour Find and hear about dishes with a guide for insight, tips, and navigation Taste snacks such as savory chaats, and hear food trivia you’d miss alone All-you-can-eat street food tour, limited to 10 for personalized feel
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Private Georgetown Bazaar Walk by Wonder tours

Private Georgetown Bazaar Walk by Wonder tours

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1
  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$40.56
Price varies by group size
From
$40.56
Price varies by group size
On this tour, we explore the busy neighbourhood of Georgetown. This area consists of well-established specialised bazaars, with small winding streets, warehouses, covered wholesale markets, street stalls and retail shops. Originally called ‘Black Town’, the area came up in the late 1600s after the founding of Fort St. George. Local people settled here to trade and do business with the fort. A portion of Black Town was flattened in the 1700’s, to provide an open area outside Fort St George. The residents of Blacktown re-settled just beyond the open area, in what was called New Black Town. In the mid 1800’s, the open area (old Black Town) was used to construct the grand building of Madras High Court. In 1910, when King George visited India, Blacktown was renamed Georgetown. Today Georgetown continues to be a busy market area, selling everything under the sun: bangles, fabrics, fruits, vegetables, spices, stationery, jewellery, etc.
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Shopping and Bazaar trail in Chennai

Shopping and Bazaar trail in Chennai

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1
  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$96.00
Price varies by group size
From
$96.00
Price varies by group size
Shopping in Chennai is a great way to imbibe the rich culture of this ancient city. On this Shopping in Chennai Tour you will get to visit a wholesale market for fruits, flowers and vegetables, a market dedicated to leather, antique and junk bazaar, Burma bazaar flea market, a fish market and an art and crafts shop. This is an all-inclusive trip where we take care of transport, lunch and the services of a full-time tour guide
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Koyambedu Market trail in Chennai by Wonder tours

Koyambedu Market trail in Chennai by Wonder tours

  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$62.94
Price varies by group size
From
$62.94
Price varies by group size
Visit the Asia's biggest fruit and vegetable market in Koyambedu, Chennai, where visitors can find both local and imported fruits and vegetables.
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Private Morning Market Tour in Chennai

Private Morning Market Tour in Chennai

  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$109.00
Price varies by group size
From
$109.00
Price varies by group size
Visit the largest perishable goods market of Asia on this three-hour tour in Chennai. Koyambedu market is the biggest fruits and vegetables market in Asia, where visitors can find both local and imported fruits and vegetables. For a city that does not have any nightlife, this market stands in stark contrast by operating 24 hours a day. Take a tour of this sprawling market and discover the local flavors of Chennai. Highlights • Visit to Koyambedu market, Asia’s largest market for perishable produce • 3 000 fruits and vegetables shops • An entire block of flower shops
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Private Food Trail in Sowcarpet Market by Wonder tours

Private Food Trail in Sowcarpet Market by Wonder tours

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$40.56
Price varies by group size
From
$40.56
Price varies by group size
This is a food walk in the Sowcarpet, to introduce you to the traditional cuisine of south India.Chennai’s tourist menus won’t give you a true perspective on the everyday foods enjoyed by locals. Step forward this small-group walking tour of the Sowcarpet Market: where a multitude of stalls serve the staples that keep Chennaites sustained. Let a guide navigate the market so you don’t get lost, taste popular foods at tried-and-trusted stands, and get the full lowdown on local delicacies that you wouldn’t hear on your own. Discover Chennai’s street foods on a Sowcarpet Market food walking tour Find and hear about dishes with a guide for insight, tips, and navigation Taste snacks such as savory chaats, and hear food trivia you’d miss alone All-you-can-eat street food tour, limited to 10 for personalized feel
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The Georgetown Bazaar Walk by Wonder tours

The Georgetown Bazaar Walk by Wonder tours

  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$24.95
From
$24.95
On this tour, we explore the busy neighbourhood of Georgetown. This area consists of well-established specialised bazaars, with small winding streets, warehouses, covered wholesale markets, street stalls and retail shops. Originally called ‘Black Town’, the area came up in the late 1600s after the founding of Fort St. George. Local people settled here to trade and do business with the fort. A portion of Black Town was flattened in the 1700’s, to provide an open area outside Fort St George. The residents of Blacktown re-settled just beyond the open area, in what was called New Black Town. In the mid 1800’s, the open area (old Black Town) was used to construct the grand building of Madras High Court. In 1910, when King George visited India, Blacktown was renamed Georgetown. Today Georgetown continues to be a busy market area, selling everything under the sun: bangles, fabrics, fruits, vegetables, spices, stationery, jewellery, etc.
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