Hong Kong Food Tour

Tastings included

Engaging local guide

Cultural & historical context

Join us on a food tour to experience what makes Hong Kong’s Cantonese cuisine so special! Taste local specialties, visit markets, learn about HK cafe culture and gain an understanding of local culinary practices. We’ll cover everything– the who, what, where, when, why, and how of local food customs. Come hungry!

Highlights

Visit a Hong Kong style bakery

Explore Hong Kong style cafe culture

Sample local dim sum

Try local Cantonese dishes

Trip Details

Price

$399 per group (up to 4 people)

More info. for big groups & children

Children with adventurous appetites are welcome and tour for free! Larger groups are welcome for a fee per each additional person.


Optional add-on

Vehicle & driver $100 USD per tour

Click for large groups

If you are travelling in a group of more than 6 people, a larger vehicle will need to be rented at a higher rate.


Start time

8:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m., or 6:00 p.m.


Availability

Daily, upon request


Duration

4 hours


Meeting point

Your hotel lobby in Hong Kong

Should you be traveling in a group of more than 6 people, a larger vehicle will need to be rented at your expense. If you would like to book a tour for more than 15 people, please contact us!


Maximum group size

15 people
If you would like to enquire about booking a tour for a larger group, please contact us!

Should you be travelling in a group of more than 6 people, a larger vehicle will need to be rented at your expense. If you would like to book a tour for more than 15 people, please contact us!


Transport type

Walking and public transit, unless you opt for a vehicle

Please check your eligibility for the Shenzhen Visa on Arrival here. While most countries’ citizens are eligible for a landing visa that can be acquired at the border, citizens of certain countries (USA, for example) will benefit from arranging a full China visa prior to arrival.


Visa requirements

Citizens of most countries can enter Hong Kong without a visa.

Please check your eligibility for the Shenzhen Visa on Arrival here. While most countries’ citizens are eligible for a landing visa that can be acquired at the border, citizens of certain countries (USA, for example) will benefit from arranging a full China visa prior to arrival.


Included

Food & refreshments


What to bring

Please wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes.


Good to know

Please let us know upon booking if you have any dietary restrictions so we can determine whether or not we can accommodate you!

A Taste of Hong Kong

Discover true, local Hong Kong cuisine! With the ubiquity of Chinese food throughout the world, many people believe they’ve experienced true Cantonese cuisine outside of China. This is rarely the case!

We’re here to introduce you to the real Cantonese cuisine Hong Kong is famous for. From its preparation to its main elements to its history and even its influence from the British colonisation during the 19th century, you’ll discover exactly what makes Hong Kong’s Cantonese cuisine just so special and so different from the other Cantonese cuisines you’ve tried.

While this is a food-focused tour, we won’t miss out on seeing some noteworthy sites in the city, and we’ll discuss how the local cuisine ties in with the Hong Kong culture at large. We at This is Asia Tours are truly the best people to get you acquainted with Cantonese cuisine–we grew up on it and we know the best spots in town to get authentic dishes. Along the way, we’ll tell you all about Hong Kong’s cafe culture, introduce you to the HK style bakery, pop into local markets, and learn how locals prepare food. We hope you’re hungry!