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Black Friday 2018 — For Food Tour Lovers

Black Friday 2018 is here! Book your tickets now during our annual Black Friday to Cyber Monday Sale since 2013. The promotion will end on Tuesday. Act fast! Enjoy 20% off our signature Central & Sheung Wan Foodie Tour. If you are a Hong Kong Foodie Fan, you will know that this Foodie Tour featuring iconic Hong Kong foods and drinks is rarely on sale as it is usually fully booked! To thank all Hong Kong Foodies for your support in the last 6+ years, our all-time best-seller, Central & Sheung Wan Foodie Tour has been chosen for this fantastic sale! Here’s a little tip for our Foodie Fans… if you are planning a trip to Hong Kong in 2019 and hoping ...

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Five Hong Kong Hikes to do Winter 2018/2019

As mercury drops in Hong Kong and you suddenly realize you’re shivering in your thin t-shirt and beach shorts, it might occur to you that the best thing to do in the coming few weeks is to cuddle up in bed with a nice, steaming mug of hot chocolate. However, we think the best thing to do before cuffing season (besides eating clay pot rice, of course) is to go on one of Hong Kong’s gorgeous hikes. Check out our roundup of our favorite Hong Kong hikes to do this winter, because the more you exercise, the more you can eat! 1. Ng Tong Chai Waterfalls Treat yourself to four sparkling clean waterfalls before the weather gets too cold for ...

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16 Fun Things to Do in Sham Shui Po

This working class neighbourhood of Sham Shui Po is scruffy and gritty, but it is proud of its rough edges and revels in its position of unique haven for shoppers and foodies. Those seeking to venture beyond the smart retail districts and glitz of the glass and steel skyscrapers will be pleased with what they find. There are many exciting things to do in Sham Shui Po. Discover this neighbourhood’s charms for yourself with one or more of our picks and discover the authentic, local Hong Kong. 1. Learn about Hong Kong’s public housing at Mei Ho Lau Mei Ho House once formed part of Hong Kong’s oldest public housing estate, called the Shek Kip Mei Housing Estate. Where flimsy ...

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Top Ten Things to Do at Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2018

Time flies and we almost cannot believe that it is time for the CCB (Asia) Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival once again. This popular event, hosted by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, is a must for foodies and wine enthusiasts. This event, which marks its tenth anniversary this year, takes place from the 25th to the 28th October at the Central Harbourfront Event Space. Here are ten things you need to do while you are at the festival. 1. Taste fine wines at Grand Wine Pavilion At any wine and dine event, tasting delicious wine is a must-do. Hong Kong’s top wine merchants bring festival visitors only the very best bottles. Top critics including James Suckling and Robert Parker will be ...

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Great November Feast — Sham Shui Po Foodie Tour

Organized by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the Hong Kong Great November Feast is the most exciting event of the year for all foodies and wine lovers. Whether you love gourmet food, local food, artisanal food, wine, beer or coffee, you will find an activity that you will enjoy during this month-long program. Tasting 10+ local dishes, treats and drinks in 3.5 hours is the perfect way to pig out during the Great November Feast! Coinciding with Hong Kong Tourism Board’s district promotion in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong Foodie is offering a 10% discount on our Sham Shui Po Foodie Tour held from now till end of November to celebrate this feasting occasion! What are you waiting for? Simply use ...

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12 Cool Things to do in Hong Kong this Fall 2018

We are often asked when is the best time to visit Hong Kong. There is no doubt in our minds that fall (or autumn) is the perfect time to come to Hong Kong. There is less sweating profusely. Thunderstorms come less frequently. Are you planning on being in Hong Kong during this perfect season? If so, we have news about what’s going on and some seasonal activity suggestions perfect for visiting Hong Kong during this season. Here are 12 cool things to do in Hong Kong this Fall 2018. 1. Do a fabulous hike Have you seen our guide to the best short and scenic hikes in Hong Kong? Fall is a great time of year for hiking. The temperatures ...

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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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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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