Business Class Hong Kong Package
Hong Kong is famous as a top shopping destination; and the crowded markets and shopping malls offer a vast selection. With 5-Star accommodation and business class flights, Hong Kong awaits…
Business Class Hong Kong Package
Hong Kong occupies a unique position in the world, both culturally and geographically. The eclectic mix of British and Chinese culture has created a distinctive society of its own; as proud of its ancient history as it is on dominating the business world.
Hong Kong is famous in tourist circles as a top shopping destination; and the crowded markets and shopping malls offer a selection of souvenirs ranging from jade jewellery to knockoff designer goods and custom-tailored suits. City life in Hong Kong is a melting pot of traditions evident in the diverse restaurants and nightlife pulsing beneath the neon lights.
Hong Kong is not all skyscrapers and shopping malls though: the Outlying Islands and New Territories are a sharp contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city, offering travellers serene landscapes of mountains and meadows dotted with hidden temples and traditional villages.
Royal Plaza Hotel is a luxury hotel in Mong Kok in the heart of Kowloon; and is only 45 minutes by rail from China as well as the Hong Kong International Airport. It is elegantly appointed and exceptionally spacious, all guest rooms feature luxurious amenities and broadband internet access. In addition to the unrivaled recreational facilities, the hotel also has three noteworthy restaurants.
Business Class Hong Kong Package – Kowloon Food Culture Tour
Kowloon Food Safari is unique in that it’s about 50% cheaper than the average Hong Kong food tours but does not include in it the cost of food. You pay the restaurants directly only for the food that you want to try, at the quantity that you like. Whether you are a carnivore or a vegetarian, eat a lot or not that much, feel adventurous or prefer to stay more on the safe side; you won’t be wasting money on food that you don’t want or causing food wastage.
Part foodie adventure, part culinary lesson; this Hong Kong food tour will tell you everything you wanted to know about the city’s food culture. You’ll head to Kowloon’s vibrant Jordan District; a working class area that’s a local favourites for its authentic and inexpensive restaurants and food stalls. The entire time, you’ll be eating and drinking like the locals do, stopping at Hong Kong-style cafés (known locally as cha chaan tengs) and open-air food stalls (known as dai pai dongs). Be warned, this is a tour for true food adventurers. We’re steering clear of 5-star restaurants and heading to family-run greasy spoons and chaotic food courts where tourists rarely venture. Sit elbow-to-elbow with locals; learn how to order in Cantonese, and experience the city’s authentic, no-nonsense culinary scene.
You’ll check out Hong Kong’s wet and dry markets where vendors sell fresh and processed produce; and taste treats at a mix of independent diners, street stalls, and food courts with one thing in common: they’ve set the standard for traditional dishes in the city. You’ll taste locals’ favourites, from snacks, to mains, to Chinese desserts — sweet or savoury, authentic and tasty! Many of the restaurants you’ll visit will be family-run businesses where the owner is also the head chef and the vibe is deliciously authentic. These neighbourhood eateries are considered hidden gems by even locals.