The Mong Kok district can be overwhelming for some, but it is also Hong Kong at its most fascinating and sensual. At down-to-earth Canton Road market, daily essentials such as religious incense, herbal medicine and dried seafood will vie for your attention as our guide decodes the bustling action and explains the local ways of life. You’ll have the chance to sample beloved local snacks like egg tarts and milk tea at one of the most iconic Hong Kong institutions, a "cha chaan teng" restaurant. Also you’ll experience some of the city’s most colourful shopping streets, dedicated to auspicious fish and flowers.
• Ignite your senses with the sights and smells of a very traditional local wet market, right in the hustle and bustle of Mong Kok.
• Let your taste buds take you on an adventure of local flavours by sampling Hong Kong’s signature milk tea , the infamous stinky tofu and buttery egg tarts, just to name a few comfort food favourites.
• Learn interesting facts about Kowloon’s history while strolling through the many curiously-named streets across Mong Kok.
• See an assortment of sea creatures being sold in puffy plastic bags, then indulge yourself in natural fragrances at a popular flower market.