If you’re looking to spend an evening experiencing the rich history, tradition and seafood culture of Hong Kong, then this is definitely the tour for you! A friendly, local guide will meet you outside of Causeway Bay MTR Station and take you to see some of the last practitioners of the ancient art of "villain hitting" in Hong Kong. This Chinese folk ritual is said to be effective in clearing your aura and ridding yourself of bad spirits. Paper figures are used to represent the object of your anger or sadness, which are then beaten to tatters and burned by the villain hitter in order to seal the deal with the gods. After this unique spiritual exercise, you will then hop on a ding ding or tram, one of the oldest forms of transportation in Hong Kong, to get to Typhoon Shelter. From here, you will board a flat-bottomed wooden boat or sampan to dine on a mouthwatering seafood feast! The menu would typically include the famous Typhon Shelter crab (also known as chilli crab), razor clams, fresh prawns, Chinese kale, and stir-fried noodles with crab meat. You will also get to sample a popular local rice wine called Hua Diao. You’ll have the option to be guided back to the Tin Hau MTR Station or just be on your way for a late night drink or shopping.