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China Vegetarian Tours
Easy Tour China has carefully arranged China trips for vegetarians and vegans with acceptable cuisine.

Most Chinese vegetarians are Buddhists & Taoist; and now more and more Chinese people want to keep healthy and fit, which makes the vegetarian food popular in the country. And the vast land offers many fresh vegetables, noodles, rice, todu and varied fruits that all fine for vegetarians.

On the guided vegetarian tours in China, you don’t need to worry anything includes eating. We selected comfortable and clean vegetarian restaurants at every destination.

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Useful Tips & Guide

There’s a dinning cart on Chinese train, sometimes there would be something suitable to eat, but most of time not available.

Bring your own fruit, vegetarian food if you travel by train;

Some packaged toufu, biscuits for sale are also contain meat flavouring, be careful before buying;

Reserve vegetarian meals on flight if you book tickets in advance.

Chinese vegetarian food has good taste, while some dishe will resemble a type of meat or seafood. Just feel free to try.

Consider bringing a small jar of peanut butter, crackers, granola bars, and snack mix to help tide you over until you can find some food after you land.

How to say “I don’t eat meat/I am a vegetarian/I eat vegetarian food” in Chinese: wo bu chi…(I don’t eat) or just say wo chi su (literally "I eat vegetables")