Private Hong Kong Food Tour

Private Hong Kong Food Tour
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$85.04
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

This top-rated 4-hour Private Hong Kong Food Tour is based around Central and Western District of Hong Kong Island. Your enthusiastic guide will lead you to discover mouth-watering local delights that have conquered the hearts of millions of Hong Kong people. For a start, you will have dim Sum, egg tarts, barbecued pork and shrimp dumpling noodles. If you are game for it, Hong Kong also offers snake soup, pork liver congee, and turtle jelly. With so much to choose from, you will not have fixed or compulsory food-stops. Instead, you have the final say in what and how much you will be eating. How's that for a personal gastronomic journey?

At 10am, your licensed tour guide will meet you right outside Central MTR station to begin your 4-hour private food tour of the Central & Western District of Hong Kong.

This private food tour allows you to enjoy the cuisine that appeals to you at your own pace. Not sure what to try? Leave it to your guide to give you an introduction to Hong Kong cuisine (own cost) that is well-loved by the locals.

In between food-stops, you will walk through fascinating neighborhoods that reveal the everyday life of a local. Your guide will fill you in with the history of Hong Kong, and share with you some fun facts about Hong Kong.

Your tour ends at 2pm, back at Central Station.

This top-rated 4-hour Private Hong Kong Food Tour is based around Central and Western District of Hong Kong Island. Your enthusiastic guide will lead you to discover mouth-watering local delights that have conquered the hearts of millions of Hong Kong people. For a start, you will have dim Sum, egg tarts, barbecued pork and shrimp dumpling noodles. If you are game for it, Hong Kong also offers snake soup, pork liver congee, and turtle jelly. With so much to choose from, you will not have fixed or compulsory food-stops. Instead, you have the final say in what and how much you will be eating. How's that for a personal gastronomic journey?