For a robust taste of Hong Kong of old, venture over to Kowloon. Experience local Chinese life in the Kowloon heartlands of Yau Ma Tei and Jordan, which are at their buzzing, idiosyncratic best as night falls. Wander the colorful produce at a century-old fruit market where urban tales accompany exotic fruits. Get a feast for the senses at Temple Street night market and pick up a bargain. Find yourself in an old-school singing parlour, a tradition that only lives on in this parting of town then settle in for a very local dinner nearby. Have the novel experience to get your fortune told beneath a banyan tree before capping off the night with the unique taste of some more local snacks.
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What people are saying about Art Tour in Hong Kong
This is a great way to see Hong Kong in a day. We were with 2 kids who would be exhausted with all the walking to visit and see several places in a day. This tour made it possible for us. The walking tour though has to be paced right so guests won't have to sprint to the last departing bus.
The tour is worth the price.
Such an amazingly insightful experience. Our tour guide was so informative and friendly, I even got to experience a tram ride. Definitely wear comfortable shoes and save space on your camera for tons of pictures. Bring cash and credit card for purchases you might want to make while touring. I would definitely recommend this tour if you want to get the most out of your time in Hong Kong :)
I've visited Hong Kong many times with my family and friends but the walking tour has brought me to places I've never visited before. Monica, our guide, is very personable, helpful and informative. My children and I really enjoyed the 2.5 hours walking tour. Loved the milk tea and egg tart. We bought many goodies along the way. We'll be visiting some of the spots again on our own today. This tour is highly recommended! Just ensure you wear comfortable walking shoes.
This walking tour is awesome! My friend and I had a great afternoon with our tour guide, Matthew. He was very energetic and told us a lot of fun facts about Hong Kong along the way. We had lots of fun together, he taught us how to pronounce some Cantonese phrases and he shared with us some insider tips about Central and Sheung Wan district. The best thing with this tour was that we had a chance to try some local street food – freshly baked egg tart and iced milk tea. We highly recommend this tour, this is definitely a must-do thing in Hong Kong if you are just staying here for just 2-3 days.
I made a reservation with Klook. If you make a reservation normally, it's 200HK $, so it's better to go here. It is located on the 1st floor of a building in the jewelry wholesale district near Wanpoa (2nd floor in Japan). It's really in an ordinary office building, so at first you'll be asked "Is it okay here ...?", But let's enter with courage. After the reception, one staff member guided me in full. The explanation is in simple English, so even I, who has only junior high school level English ability, could understand it. Inside, you can see guitars, watches, sunglasses, smartphone covers, golf clubs, etc. with a large amount of diamonds. I think there is no museum in Hong Kong or Japan where you can see masterpieces made by these modern skilled craftsmen. The number of exhibits is small, but the rarity of what is on display is amazing. You will want to take a closer look one by one. If you like diamonds and gems, you will especially enjoy it. The stone fastening method using 7 stones called Coronet Original was also interesting for me as a jewel nerd. Finally, there is a jewelery showroom designed by Coronet, where you can buy jewelery at a lower price than listed. It's definitely cheaper than buying it in Japan. I haven't seen it closely, but the quality of the diamonds seemed to be quite good. The designs ranged from simple to elegant, so you can look forward to it. The admission fee is $ 200, which is higher than a normal museum, but I was very happy with it. A city of gems: Get a glimpse of Hong Kong. I went alone, but I think it's probably better to go in groups of a few people without hesitation. Finally, thank you very much for the kindness of the female guide staff.
Fun and informative tour, I highly recommend it. The route in itself required a lot of walking but the stops and attractions were places that one would only get to discover through the help of a local guide. Monica never ran out of trivia and factoids to share and she would always draw our attention to things of interest that we would encounter along the way. We had to endure a sudden downpour and some isolated showers but we managed to complete the tour without skipping any places on the itinerary. Will definitely check out the places she recommended to visit and dine in on our next HK trip.