Walk in Hong Kong
Walk in Hong Kong offers lovingly-designed and well-researched walking tours in Hong Kong that are fun, informative and celebratory of the city’s tales, past and present. We have two types of tours: by area – places that appear in tour guides as well as many that don’t – and by theme – urban myths, cemeteries, old shops and more.
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|Hours||10:00 - 19:00 weekdays, weekend on bookings.|
|Also Under||City Walks, Corporate Entertainment, Outdoor Recreation|
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Sham Shui Po: Grassroots Hong Kong - 22 Mar (Sun) 2015 2:30pm-5:00pm
See lively bazaars, a mosaic of public housing, not-yet-gentrified streetscapes, and stories of working-class grit and ingenuity.
Western District: Sex, Filth and the Docks - 29 Mar (Sun) 2015 3:00pm-5:30 pm
The MTR has come to this part of town but have you ever wondered what used to define the western edge of Hong Kong Island? Think a once-infamous red-light district, unwanted public facilities, and more.
Central: Money World - 11 Apr (Sat) 2015 10:00am-12:45pm
A jolly ride through the cut-throat world of local business since the 1840s, complete with stories of legendary takeovers, feng shui duels, antique banknotes, and more.
North Point : Nostalgia - 25 Apr (Sat) 2015, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Step into this lively, down-to-earth district to find vintage stores, trams in the wet market and a long association with Southeast Asia.
Wan Chai: Urban Myths - 9 May (Sat) 2015 2:30pm-5:00pm
A cocktail of urban ruins, haunted tales and landlocked Chinese temples amid a rising tide of gentrification.
Sheung Wan: So Old, Yet So New - 23 May (Sat) 2015 2:30pm-5:00pm
Walk into an undulating backdrop of heritage architecture and see how hip gentrification co-exists with the city's living traditions.