Have you seen the movie Twilight of the Warriors: Walled In and wondered what the famed Kowloon Walled City is really like? Walk in Hong Kong recently organised a walking tour for a group of students from Hong Kong Baptist University, giving them a firsthand look at this culturally fascinating community. Approximately 60 students enrolled … Read more

In 2013, Walk in Hong Kong was established by a group of friends who had a passion for traveling. Their aim was to explore the cultural stories of their hometown and design engaging walking tours. Now, after ten years, we interviewed three of the co-founders to hear their reflections on the past decade and their … Read more

Walk in Hong Kong’s 10th anniversary marks a milestone for us. Our vision is rooted in human connection, and it is an important part our team culture too.

(Written by Paul Chan in Chinese before the founding of Walk in Hong Kong) About the trip to Taipei, let’s start with the topic of garbage. On a…

The film “To Be Continued,” co-produced by Walk in Hong Kong and Hong Kong Community Heritage Foundation, premiered at the Hong Kong International Film Festival in April 2023. (Click here to watch the movie trailer). It tells the story of Harry Odell (1896-1975), an impresario and an era of Hong Kong. Five years ago, Haider … Read more

As the Red Rainstorm Warning Signal was hoisted at 1:35pm on 7 May 2023 (Sunday), all “Movie Tram” tours on that day had been regrettably cancelled (including tours of Eastbound which gathered at 1:45pm and Westbound which gathered at 3:45pm). For customers who bought the tickets, the detailed arrangement of refund is as below: If … Read more

Escape the urban buzz at the new harbourfront public spaces in Fortress Hill and Wan Chai, offering tranquil respite and stunning views of Victoria Ha…

Discover the power of cultural tourism as Walk in Hong Kong’s CEO & Co-founder Paul Chan shares how movies and popular culture are used to promote unique experiences in Hong Kong’s countryside, showcasing hidden gems and unlocking the potential of cultural tourism.

Step back in time and uncover the history of Hong Kong’s local dairy industry at Pokfulam Farm, featuring a revitalized Grade I historic building with mixed Chinese and Western architectural styles, guided tours, workshops, and a glimpse into the challenges and successes of the Dairy Farm’s pioneering operation.

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