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Hong Kong Night Walking Tour
"Meet your guide at Yau Ma Tei MTR station to begin your night walking tour of Hong Kong. Start with a visit to the Temple Street Night Market where you’ll find fortune-tellers street musicians and souvenir vendors. Learn about the popular Hong Kong evening pastime of meandering the street bazaar and soak up the bustling atmosphere as you watch locals haggle over wares including electronics arts and crafts jade and antiques. Then take a break from the market crowds with a walk to a couple of nearby parks. Stroll through one that is popular among the neighborhood’s Nepalese and South Asian communities before you follow your guide into the biggest park o
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Kowloon Street Food Tour
"Make your own way to Yau Ma Tei MTR Station and meet your guide at Exit A1. After introductions follow your guide through the bustling streets of Kowloon where you first visit an open-air produce and fruit market. Here you can see the ingredients that go into local dishes before you taste the food in its final form.Next your guide leads you through the district a working-class area renowned for its inexpensive restaurants and food stalls where you eat and drink like the locals: in family-run greasy spoons and busy food courts. Sit elbow-to-elbow with other patrons and learn how to order in Cantonese as you dive no-nonsense culinary scene.Take in numerous small restaurants near the Temple Street Night Market. Taste favorite snacks main courses and desserts
From $57.00
 
Big Bus Hong Kong Open-Top Night Tour
"Start your 1-hour big bus night tour of Kowloon from Central Ferry Pier 7 or Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade. Take a seat on the double-decker bus which provides open-top panoramic views and listen to audio commentary on all the sights you’ll see. Loop around the Hong Kong Coliseum before driving along Nathan Road the main thoroughfare that intersects Kowloon. You’ll see a neon display of shops and restaurants lining the 2.2-mile (3.5-km) street in a riot of color. Pass Kowloon Park and the Harbourside where the bus stops to capture views of the Hong Kong skyline. With your map in hand feel free to complete your bus tour early. Hop off at one of Kowloon’s bustling night markets — Ladies Market or Temple Street Night Market — to sample local foods or bargain with hundreds of street vendors. Or stay on board the entire hour and disembark marvel at the dazzling ‘Symphony of Lights
From HKD270.00

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Tang Chao or Tong Chiu or Sweet Dynasty

My family came straight after Ocean Park and with the cold air, our stomachs were really rumbling. We were game to try anything and everything that the restaurant has. Eating at this restaurant that's...
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Aidy_p
Dec 25, 2011

Sweet Dynasty

With a name like "Sweet Dynasty", which is a Chinese pun on the Tang Dynasty, how can you go wrong with the desserts? The truth is, despite the fame and savoury food that they serve, the most...
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leigh767
Apr 04, 2011

Sweet Dynasty (Tong Chiu)

This place is very famous for its desserts... and while I have always known of the existence of this place, I was never quite into tong shui (sweet soup, i.e. desserts) till of late. So on this trip I...
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monaco05
Apr 04, 2011

Sweet Dynasty

In Chinese the name is "Tang Chao". Crystal told me here the "Zha Liang" is best in Hongkong which is deep-fried twisted dough sticks in steamed rice-flour roll. Yes the "Zha Liang" inside is very...
strollingfish
Apr 04, 2011

Sweet Dynasty

A popular Chinese dessert shop right in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui There are some dessert dishes that are placed in a bowl of dry ice! Thus, when the waiters/waitresses bring out your dessert your...
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vincentf
Apr 04, 2011

Sweet Dynasty

The ambience was good and so was the food. Silky sweet beancurb and other desserts. They have dim sum, rice, noodles etc. It took us quite some time to decide what to eat. A really long list of menu...
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edelng
Mar 27, 2009

Sweet Dynasty

The ambience was good and so was the food. Silky sweet beancurb and other desserts. They have dim sum, rice, noodles etc. It took us quite some time to decide what to eat. A really long list of menu...
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edelng
Mar 27, 2009

Sweet Dynasty

The ambience was good and so was the food. Silky sweet beancurb and other desserts. They have dim sum, rice, noodles etc. It took us quite some time to decide what to eat. A really long list of menu...
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edelng
Mar 27, 2009

Sweet Dynasty

The ambience was good and so was the food. Silky sweet beancurb and other desserts. They have dim sum, rice, noodles etc. It took us quite some time to decide what to eat. A really long list of menu...
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edelng
Mar 27, 2009

Sweet Dynasty

I have walked passing by many times, not until my friend Balio brought there I knew how nice this place is.This place is just like all other restaurant in Hong Kong, crowded and loud, but as I...
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THLIN
Aug 04, 2008

Sweet Dynasty

We went to this well known restaurant for dinner and dessert. The food was quite ok, especially the "Gu Lu Rou" (Sweet and Sour Pork) and the various kinds of desserts. The ambience was not very good...
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chatterley
Dec 11, 2007

Sweet Dynasty

Eating out is a pleasure in Hong Kong, though we haven't been here long, we're already showing some Singaporeans around and introducing them to special eats that can't be found back home. Take the...
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Aug 13, 2007
 
 
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Kowloon Park

In the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui district of Kowloon, west of Nathan Road, this park is a deserved green island to escape the hustle-and-bustle and the overwhelming pace of its surroundings where walking...
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Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre

Kowloon Mosque, with a capacity of 3,500, is the largest of Hong Kong's 5 major mosques. The mosque was originally built in 1896 for the Indian Muslims in the British Army stationed at the garrison...
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Former Marine Police Headquarters

The Former Marine Police Headquarters, constructed in 1884, along with the neighboring Old Kowloon Fire Station, built in 1920, together form a high-end historic shopping center called 1881 Heritage. ...
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Clock Tower

Looking at the tall Clock Tower standing alone on the southern shore of Tsim Sha Tsui, I never would have guessed it is one of Hong Kong's oldest landmarks. This 44 metre high clock tower, was built...
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Chungking Mansions

Chungking Mansions is the name of five huge buildings, originally constructed as apartments in the 1960s, that today house hundreds of small foreign shops, money exchanges, South Asian restaurants,...
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The Peninsula Hotel

Set in Tsim Sha Tsui this hotel is the oldest and probably the grandest in Hong Kong. It dates from the 1920s when its location by the railway station and harbour made it a very convenient stopping...
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