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Kowloon Walled City & Food Adventure

Tour Info

Join our tour to explore a sometimes forgotten yet charmingly down-to-earth part of town!

Our 3-hour food adventure that will take you deep into the heart of Kowloon City, a gritty yet charming part of town that remains a hidden gem to many tourists. Here you'll taste a selection of mouth-watering, local food favourites at 6 foodie spots!

We'll also go to a delightful Chinese-style garden where, at this famous site of the former Kowloon Walled City, you'll hear near-mythical tales of lawlessness and sin (and there’s so much more than just sex, crime and vice!).

Highlights of the Tour

  • Stroll through the beautifully-landscaped Kowloon Walled City Park and see the remains of the former Walled City from Qing dynasty
  • Enjoy a rich slew of fascinating stories that arose out of the near-century-long political and legal vacuum of the Walled City
  • Visit a traditional Chiu Chow grocery store, where time seems to have stood still. You'll get a taste of what it's like to buy rice, beans, and sauces before the advent of supermarkets. Oh and their glutinous rice cakes with leek are real good!
Details

    "The tour was a great way to get tap into Hong Kong in a way that we never could've on our own. I can't recommend this walking tour company high enough!"

    @deannad273

    "Paul knew all of the owners and their history, and the experience was seamless - and of course, delicious!"

    @amandabhalla1, New York City, USA

    "This tour was so worth the money - we absolutely recommend."

    Iman S.

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