Hong Kong’s iconic skyline, glitzy shopping malls and swanky sky bars all come to mind when generating an image of this spectacular city, but underneath its famous commercial character, you’ll find a wonderful melting pot of culture. Nothing illustrates this quite as well as the diverse cuisine on offer from traditional dim sum and Sichuan dishes to an abundance of western offerings. Dive into the local food culture visiting bakeries and sampling traditional wife cake and pineapple buns and interact with the street vendors serving up all sorts of delicacies from fish balls on sticks to egg tarts.
Despite Hong Kong’s reputation as a bustling concrete jungle, 70 per cent of the region is comprised of mountains, country parks and hundreds of miles of beautiful coastline, all easily accessed from the city centre. One minute you can be sky-high dining with panoramic views of the metropolis, the next exploring old-fashioned fishing villages nestled into the outlying islands.
Whether you’re interested in exploring the local art scene, tucking into Michelin star dim sum, spending the day hiking along picturesque trails or finding your zen from within one of the many serene temples, let our experienced team help you create your bespoke itinerary through this fascinating city.
Your journey will start with one of our UK team – someone like Annette, who's travelled extensively in China. They’ll shape your ideas into the trip of a lifetime. But they won't do it alone. They'll draw on the expertise of our contacts on the ground, connecting you to the people who'll make your holiday one you'll always remember - the guides who can take you to The Great Wall’s quietest spots, the villagers who can show you how to create your own lucky clay cat and the cooks who can rustle you up breakfast pancakes, Shanghai-style.
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