Hong Kong's latest and trendiest food and chasing star one day tour

Kam Wai Travel Company Ltd.

Features
  • Taking you to taste the most distinctive and famous authentic street food in Hong Kong, such as Lanfangyuan "silk- stocking" milk tea (Hong Kong-style milk tea), Taichang egg tarts, Chef Nic cookies and more
  • Visiting a number of classic film and TV filming locations, where you can reproduce the classic scenes like the protagonists of the movies or TV dramas did
  • Visiting the trendy spots to explore different graffiti arts, and take wonderful photos
  • Visiting the Central Ferris Wheel and appreciate the beautiful scenery of Victoria Harbour
  • Taking you to taste the most distinctive and famous authentic street food in Hong Kong, such as Lanfangyuan "silk- stocking" milk tea (Hong Kong-style milk tea), Taichang egg tarts, Chef Nic cookies and more
  • Visiting a number of classic film and TV filming locations, where you can reproduce the classic scenes like the protagonists of the movies or TV dramas did
  • Visiting the trendy spots to explore different graffiti arts, and take wonderful photos
  • Visiting the Central Ferris Wheel and appreciate the beautiful scenery of Victoria Harbour
Itinerary
  • 1

    Day 1

    Pick up at designated time and place ~ Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market~ Lunch (special lunch with Hong Kong style) ~ Tsim Sha Tsui Canton Road shopping area and DFS Galleria ~ The world's longest pedestrian escalator ~ Lan Fong Yuen "silk-stocking" milk tea, Tai Chang egg tarts, Chef Nic Cookies Bakery ~ Soho Graffiti District, where the trendy crowds gather ~ (Including) Central Ferris Wheel ~ Central Promenade ~ Golden Bauhinia Square ~ Return to the designated location and end of tour

  • 1

    Day 1

    Pick up at designated time and place ~ Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market~ Lunch (special lunch with Hong Kong style) ~ Tsim Sha Tsui Canton Road shopping area and DFS Galleria ~ The world's longest pedestrian escalator ~ Lan Fong Yuen "silk-stocking" milk tea, Tai Chang egg tarts, Chef Nic Cookies Bakery ~ Soho Graffiti District, where the trendy crowds gather ~ (Including) Central Ferris Wheel ~ Central Promenade ~ Golden Bauhinia Square ~ Return to the designated location and end of tour

Other Info
  • Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market: The Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market has a history of more than a hundred years. Legend has it that it has witnessed countless gang struggles. It was also the filming location of Wong Kar-wai's《As Tears Go By》. During the day, the stall owners play mahjong calmly under the ceiling fans, as if there was no need to talk about business. The signs on the eaves of the stone buildings were mottled and primitive, all named XX columns, which looked like they have been used to the wind and rain for a century. Many well-known Hong Kong police and criminal film and television dramas were shot here. For example, famous Hong Kong films such as《Half Cigarette》,《Triad》,《PTU》,《Young and Dangerous》, etc. Stephen Chow even selected the market as the venue to promote his film of 《Journey To The West: The Demons Strike Back》.


  • Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui: Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui is the shopping area with the largest number of tourists. The world's top famous brands gather there. Known as the "Champs Elysées Avenue in Hong Kong", it is even more upscale than the Fifth Avenue in New York. The world's second largest LV flagship store and Hong Kong's first Omega flagship store can be found here, together with other international famous brands such as Chanel, Coach, Gucci, Prada, H&M, Emporio Armani, etc. Their Hong Kong flagship stores stand along this avenue as well. Countless fashion window displays are dazzling. You will definitely be satisfied with the pleasure of shopping here.


  • DFS Galleria: DFS Galleria is one of the largest duty-free shops in the world, allowing you to shop for top-notch brands, beauty and cosmetics at competitive prices.


  • Mid-Levels Central Escalator: The Mid-levels Central Escalator is a pedestrian transportation system from Central to the Mid-Levels. It is the world's longest outdoor pedestrian escalator. The annual electricity bill for the elevator alone is as high as HK$500,000. If you are a fan of Hong Kong movies, you will find yourself in those scenes such as《Chungking Express》, 《AD 2000》, 《New Police Story》,《Infernal Affairs》and more that were shot here. When walking on this escalator, you may feel like living in a drama.


  • Lan Fang Yuan "Silk-stocking" Milk Tea: "Silk-stocking" milk tea has become a symbol of Hong Kong culture. It has been mentioned in many Hong Kong movies. "Silk-stocking" milk tea is a synonymous of being authentic and mellow. The long-established Lan Fong Yuen in Central, which invented "silk-stocking" milk tea, now sells more than a thousand cups of tea every day.


  • Tai Chang Egg Tart : Opened in 1954, Tai Chang Bakery’s most famous delights include egg tarts, Sata andagi and pineapple buns. They are all hand-made in traditional methods, which are different from other bakeries in Hong Kong that generally use machines. The products of Tai Chang thus stand out with more traditional characteristics. Chris Patten, the last governor before Hong Kong's handover, loved the egg tarts of Tai Cheong Bakery very much. He tasted it many times and called it "the best egg tart in the world". There are also photos of the owner and Patten, and the Thank You letter kept in the bakery. Therefore, the bakery is considered a part of the collective memory of Hong Kong people.


  • Central Ferris Wheel: The 60-foot-tall Central landmark- Hong Kong Ferris Wheel has 41 gondolas, each of which accommodates up to 8 people. Passengers can stay on the Ferris wheel for 10 to 15 minutes and enjoy the scenery on both sides of the Victoria Harbour.
  • Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market: The Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market has a history of more than a hundred years. Legend has it that it has witnessed countless gang struggles. It was also the filming location of Wong Kar-wai's《As Tears Go By》. During the day, the stall owners play mahjong calmly under the ceiling fans, as if there was no need to talk about business. The signs on the eaves of the stone buildings were mottled and primitive, all named XX columns, which looked like they have been used to the wind and rain for a century. Many well-known Hong Kong police and criminal film and television dramas were shot here. For example, famous Hong Kong films such as《Half Cigarette》,《Triad》,《PTU》,《Young and Dangerous》, etc. Stephen Chow even selected the market as the venue to promote his film of 《Journey To The West: The Demons Strike Back》.


  • Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui: Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui is the shopping area with the largest number of tourists. The world's top famous brands gather there. Known as the "Champs Elysées Avenue in Hong Kong", it is even more upscale than the Fifth Avenue in New York. The world's second largest LV flagship store and Hong Kong's first Omega flagship store can be found here, together with other international famous brands such as Chanel, Coach, Gucci, Prada, H&M, Emporio Armani, etc. Their Hong Kong flagship stores stand along this avenue as well. Countless fashion window displays are dazzling. You will definitely be satisfied with the pleasure of shopping here.


  • DFS Galleria: DFS Galleria is one of the largest duty-free shops in the world, allowing you to shop for top-notch brands, beauty and cosmetics at competitive prices.


  • Mid-Levels Central Escalator: The Mid-levels Central Escalator is a pedestrian transportation system from Central to the Mid-Levels. It is the world's longest outdoor pedestrian escalator. The annual electricity bill for the elevator alone is as high as HK$500,000. If you are a fan of Hong Kong movies, you will find yourself in those scenes such as《Chungking Express》, 《AD 2000》, 《New Police Story》,《Infernal Affairs》and more that were shot here. When walking on this escalator, you may feel like living in a drama.


  • Lan Fang Yuan "Silk-stocking" Milk Tea: "Silk-stocking" milk tea has become a symbol of Hong Kong culture. It has been mentioned in many Hong Kong movies. "Silk-stocking" milk tea is a synonymous of being authentic and mellow. The long-established Lan Fong Yuen in Central, which invented "silk-stocking" milk tea, now sells more than a thousand cups of tea every day.


  • Tai Chang Egg Tart : Opened in 1954, Tai Chang Bakery’s most famous delights include egg tarts, Sata andagi and pineapple buns. They are all hand-made in traditional methods, which are different from other bakeries in Hong Kong that generally use machines. The products of Tai Chang thus stand out with more traditional characteristics. Chris Patten, the last governor before Hong Kong's handover, loved the egg tarts of Tai Cheong Bakery very much. He tasted it many times and called it "the best egg tart in the world". There are also photos of the owner and Patten, and the Thank You letter kept in the bakery. Therefore, the bakery is considered a part of the collective memory of Hong Kong people.


  • Central Ferris Wheel: The 60-foot-tall Central landmark- Hong Kong Ferris Wheel has 41 gondolas, each of which accommodates up to 8 people. Passengers can stay on the Ferris wheel for 10 to 15 minutes and enjoy the scenery on both sides of the Victoria Harbour.