Explore the food culture of Hong Kong on a 3.5-hour walking tour, and sample a range of delicious treats, such as wonton noodles, egg tarts, silk stockings milk tea, and more. Stroll the bustling markets to experience unique sights, scents, and flavors.
What to Expect
Hong Kong has a long history of food culture and traditions. Beside the legendary high-end dining establishments, its independently-owned street cafés and open-air market stalls serve all kinds of exciting food at affordable prices.
Experience this street food culture on a half-day walking tour, following the Dr Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail. Sample fabled treats, such as authentic Chinese dim sum, Chinese tea, and more, as you discover the open-air market stalls known as “dai pai dongs.” Try the egg tart made famous by the last Hong Kong Governor, Chris Patten. Learn what Hong Kong French toast is, and how the renowned “silk stockings milk tea” is prepared.
As you walk and eat, your guide will tell you about the sights of the Dr Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail, bringing to life the old days of Hong Kong at sites such as the spot where Chinese revolutionary Yeung Ku-wan was assassinated by Qing agents, the original site of the Furen Literary Society, and the Hong Kong headquarters of the Revive China Society.
- Chinese dim sum
- Egg tart
- Sugar cane juice
- BBQ pork
- Chinese tea
- Wonton noodles
What's Not Included
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
Know Before You Go
• Please wear comfortable shoes, and note that there are a lot of steps and some messy streets!
• Bottled water can be purchased en route