Century-old modes of transport, old ladies chanting curses, and public housing that supposedly increases riches – this interesting tour gives you a look at quaint, local Hong Kong
Travel the way locals have done since the early 1900s: aboard the Star Ferry and the double-decker ‘Ding Ding' (tram)
Learn about the traditional practice of ‘Villain Hitting' (Da Siu Yan), given by fast-chanting old ladies to help clients curse various ‘villains ‘in their life
See the Mid-Levels Escalators, the longest series of covered outdoor escalators in the world - over 800 meters in length!
Visit Stone Slab Street, named for its granite stone steps – a Hong Kong rarity – now lined with pubs, restaurants and stalls
Take a walla-walla boat ride at Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter before visiting Hong Kong's oldest public housing, supposedly enriched with feng shui
Between commercial skyscrapers and hectic shopping streets, stock market traders and diligent workers lies a whole other side to Hong Kong. Get personal with the city and learn about its local traditions and superstitious practices. Discover the meaning of ‘Villain Hitting', walk up Stone Slab Street, explore the ‘Typhoon Shelter' and see how a public housing estate reportedly increases the fortunes of its inhabitants. To satiate your wanderfamished taste buds, this whirlwind local tour comes with lunch at a Hong Kong-style restaurant.
Met up with tour guide. Only two of us for this batch, so had a private tour. He was nice, explained everything well with his own opinions too. Not a super hyper engeric guy. Tour it's was as per description.