Hong Kong is known for its picturesque skyscapers, lively theme parks like HK Disneyland, and countless places to shop in, but one thing that makes people want to come back here is the food—the culinary experience. Believe it or not, this little city has one of the highest number of restaurants in the world! If you love food, then this walking food tour around Hong Kong Island North Point is the perfect way to experience the culinary wonders of Hong Kong. This tour gives you a three-hour-long food tour of North Point, tasting different local delicacies like Gai Daan Jai (Egg Waffles), Mango Glutinous Rice Balls, Pan Fried Dumplings, and Michelin Star Dim Sum. You will experience more than just an appreciation of food, it will be a cultural immersion as you rediscover the culinary roots of Hong Kong in a fulfilling gastronomical stroll.
This unique Kowloon tour gives you an engaging interaction with a friendly local by touring Ap Liu street and a public housing estate. Listen as your host shares stories of Hong Kong or discusses their lifestyle, dreams and daily concerns. Converse about the city's hottest news headlines and prepare to bust a few stereotypes of Hong Kong along the way. Each visit also includes a walk in the neighbourhood with your informative guide so you can soak up the full vibes of Sham Shui Po, one of the best and most bustling areas to uncover authentic Hong Kong.
You might find the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong overwhelming, but persevere with the bustling markets, shouts of street sellers and a mix of smells and you'll find a side to Hong Kong at its most fascinating and sensual. Follow your guide to Canton Road market where daily essentials such as religious incense, herbal medicine and dried seafood fill your vision. Experience colourful shopping streets, dedicated to their individual wares such as fish, pets and flowers. Taste favorite Hong Kong snacks like egg tarts and milk tea at a true Hong Kong institution, a 'cha chaan teng' restaurant. All the while your helpful guide will describe the scenes, giving an insight into the local ways of life.