Hong Kong is one of the Asian destinations that are popular to tourists. Aside from shopping, you can do a lot of things there! In this article, we will talk about the fun things that you can do to enjoy your upcoming Hong Kong trip.
How adventurous are you? What if it is your first time to go to Hong Kong? Which places should you visit? Which types of food should you try? What things should you do or not do?
If you are going to Hong Kong for the first time, don’t fret. I highly suggest booking tours so that you can make the most of your trip. Let the experts take you to the best places to visit. Let them show you the foods that you should try.
Doing your research beforehand would be helpful. You will find a lot of information online about the popular attractions and foods, but what if you want to discover hidden and breathtaking adventures in Hong Kong? If that is the case, then Little Adventures in Hong Kong can help you.
Now, let’s talk about what Little Adventures in Hong Kong offers. They provide walking tours, food tours, mini tours, and culinary walking tours to their customers. Their team consists of top journalists, food writers, and local professionals. They aim to provide their customers an insider’s perspective on Hong Kong. Their founder and director Daisann McLane built the company in 2009 to bring corporate executives, expats, food lovers, and global nomads closer to Hong Kong’s cuisine and culture.
Little Adventures in Hong Kong provides insightful and smart walking tours. Their private walks will take you to unexpected paths that will show you how beautiful Hong Kong is. Their tour guides will show you what makes the city special.
Little Adventures in Hong Kong food tour guides provide authoritative, private, and customized Hong Kong food tours. How awesome is that? They will help you find the best of the best local dishes (from humble to fine dining). They will also give you a Hong Kong food experience that matches your taste and experience level. They also provide complimentary access to their foodie resources which include a list of recommended restaurants, a list of street food and noodle shop tips, and personal advice on where to eat (and why). In other words, you will get a professionally curated Hong Kong food experience from the first until the last day of your trip.
Mini tours are recommended for tourists who only have a short time to visit Hong Kong. With Little Adventures in Hong Kong’s mini tours, you will get a quick yet intensive introduction of the city and its food.
Culinary tours are perfect for tourists who want to expand their knowledge of the city’s culinary culture. Tourists get new tools for their kits. In addition to that, they also learn culinary techniques as well as special ingredients used in Cantonese cuisine.
Which among these tours would you like to try out?