Hong Kong Cuisine: 10 hours of Foodie Fun and 30+ Tastings for your Belly

Are you a true foodie? Are you planning to visit Hong Kong and savor our delicious local food? The next question you’d probably be asking is, “Where would I find true local Hong Kong cuisine? I have no time to plan!” Hong Kong cuisine has so much more to offer than just dim sum. Here’s a great deal for you! Hong Kong Foodie is now offering a special promotion for our Triple Tasting Tour Experience! Book three of our selected Foodie Tours — Sham Shui Po Foodie Tour, Central & Sheung Wan Foodie Tour and Temple Street Night Foodie Tour  — for only HK$1,998 (originally at HK$2,250)! With the Triple Tasting Tour Experience, you will get to savor of true ...

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The Fire Dragon Dance: Tai Hang’s Mid-Autumn Spectacle 2018

Aside from being Hong Kong’s cradle for countless culinary ventures, Tai Hang is also home to one of the city’s most spectacular festivities– the annual Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance. This Mid-Autumn Festival, treat yourself to a dazzling display of fire and fury, where around 300 people parade a 67-meter-long dragon lined with sticks of incense from head to tail, enshrouding the neighborhood in a warm, smoky glow. How the fire dragon dance began Legend has it that this 138-year-old tradition began when Tai Hang was struck with three consecutive disasters a few days before the Mid-Autumn Festival in the 19th century. Still a small Hakka village at the time, Tai Hang was hit by a typhoon, which swept away ...

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Eight Cool Things to Do in Sheung Wan in 2018

Sheung Wan is conveniently located beside Central but it has its own unique personality. The area’s rich cultural heritage makes it an excellent choice for the visitor to explore. Here are eight cool things to do in Sheung Wan. 1. Discover Local Entrepreneurs at PMQ PMQ stands for Police Married Quarters, but you don’t have to be either to visit this hub for local start ups and creative entrepreneurs. Housing the city’s most talented artists and promising young designers, PMQ is a space reimagined. If you’re feeling inspired by the exhibitions and work on display, why not book a place at one of the many workshops that are held here? We guarantee it will get your own creative juices flowing. ...

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Learn how to make moon cakes

Learn how to make moon cakes with Hong Kong Foodie! Let us bring you into the kitchen of a 52-year-old Chinese bakery in Sham Shui Po. The pastry chefs here are ramping up the production of moon cakes for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival. If you are visiting in September, be sure to join us on our Sham Shui Po Foodie Tour for our annual moon cake tasting starting this Friday, September 7th. You might even have a chance to experience the behind-the-scenes of moon cake making at this legendary Chinese bakery on our Foodie Tour! Here’s a sneak peek of what they do in their kitchen: Prepare the moon cake crust In this traditional Chinese bakery, the moon cake production ...

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Ten Cool Things to Do in Hong Kong this Summer 2018

Are you likely to find yourself at a loose end this summer? If you are in search of cool things to do in Hong Kong this summer, here are our picks. 1. Bounce your Stress Away at XXL Playground SummerFest is back at the Central Harbourfront Event Space this summer and we are excited about the XXL Playground. For almost the whole of August (check listings for special event days when XXL Playground will be closed), giant inflatables are going to make this the most fun place to be in Hong Kong. Five XXL inflatable games have been set up: Twist your Body, Attack on Bowling, Kick Shot, Dart Ball Hero and Basket Tall, so whichever game is your favourite, there’s ...

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Seven Hong Kong Restaurants to Check Out Summer 2018

When you are trying to find somewhere to eat in Hong Kong, the choice can be overwhelming. Normally, we’d recommend you take one of our excellent Foodie Tours, but since we are closing for our summer holiday from July 29th to August 23rd, we figured we should offer this pick of the Hong Kong restaurants you should try this summer instead. They aren’t the family-run local businesses we feature on our Foodie Tours, but we think they are great eateries and highly recommend you try them. 1. Old Bailey We are excited about Old Bailey. It recently opened at Tai Kwun, Hong Kong’s new heritage centre for the arts in the reimagined Central Police Station compound. The subtle, well balanced flavours of ...

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Eight Interesting Things to do in Central in 2018

If you are looking for things to do in Central, we can help. This vibrant Hong Kong Island neighborhood has a diverse mix of architecture, eateries and interesting ways to spend your leisure time. Here are our picks for things to do in Central. 1. Immerse in Hong Kong heritage and arts at historic Tai Kwun  The Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts is a new hub for contemporary art installations, history and performing arts, located in the painstakingly restored Central Police Station compound. You will learn about the role of law and order in Hong Kong, appreciate the heritage architecture and enjoy interactive tours and storytelling in this unique space. Venues such as JC Cube, the Laundry Steps, ...

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Early Bird Summer Sale is Back! Book Tickets Now!

Hong Kong Foodie is bringing back our Early Bird Summer Sale this year. Are you planning an upcoming trip to Hong Kong later this year? Looking for things to do in Hong Kong? Eating your way throughout the city, while learning about our cuisine, history and culture sounds fun, doesn’t it? Get 15% off any Foodie Tour from now till November 30th, 2018. Book your tickets using promo code “SUMMER18” on or before July 31st, 2018.  Did you know that the perfect season to visit Hong Kong is in the autumn/fall between October and November? The rainy season will be over then with great weather for outdoor lovers to go on hikes in some of the most beautiful country parks ...

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Hong Kong Foodie Makes TripAdvisor Hall of Fame!

Hong Kong Foodie is thrilled to announce that we have been awarded the 2018 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and also inducted into the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame. For each of the six years since our Central & Sheung Wan Foodie Tour was first launched in 2012, Hong Kong Foodie has been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. 2018 is no exception. In addition, recognizing consistent positive reviews and popularity with travelers, with Certificates of Excellence from five consecutive years, Hong Kong Foodie has also been nominated to the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame! This is no small feat! Aside from being proud, we are also thankful for different teams who have made this possible! Foodie Participants Thank you for joining us ...

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12 Best Things to Do in Hong Kong at Night

Like all great cities, Hong Kong still shines long after the sun goes down. If you are planning a night on the town, here are some ideas for the best things to do at night in Hong Kong. 1. Enjoy Spectacular Views from The Peak Photo Credit: Hong Kong Tourism Board Let us start with the quintessential Hong Kong experience – an ascent by Peak Tram. On a clear night, there is no place better to savour the sight of the city lit beneath you while a gentle breeze teases your cheek. Developers have shoehorned more skyscrapers than you ever thought possible between the busy waters of Victoria Harbor and the forested hill of the Peak itself. While this iconic ...

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