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Hong Kong Free Tours

Hong Kong, China
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About Hong Kong Free Tours
Hong Kong Free Tours organize weekly free tours to show you the Hong Kong experience, all by the locals!
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Walking Tour in Hong Kong About China Relationship

Opt for a more intimate glimpse into Hong Kong during a morning walking tour that reveals the city before crowds peak. Designed with history buffs in mind, this tour takes you to buildings that have played a significant role in Hong Kong’s history and offers information that you’re unlikely to find in the guidebook.
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2 hours 30 minutes
from US$17.61

Walking Tour on Dark Side of Hong Kong

Get a local’s perspective of Hong Kong on this Kowloon walking tour of the less affluent areas of the city. Visit places that most tourists don't get to, and hear candid insights about what real life is like for a poor local. Learn about the city's housing crisis and visit multiple markets, including Mong Kok, Prince Edward, and Sham Shui Po, in one day.
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3 hours
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Hong Kong Night Tour: Local Delicacy Adventure

Unless you speak Chinese, it can sometimes be difficult to access the best of Hong Kong’s street food. This tour, designed with food lovers and first-time visitors in mind, allows you to overcome the language barrier and sample local delicacies that may otherwise have missed out on. Plus, exploring Hong Kong at night, when the city is magically illuminated, gives you a different perspective of the metropolis.
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2 hours
from US$42.26

Dragon's Back Hiking Tour in Hong Kong

If you’re an active explorer than this 5-hour hiking trip on a Dragon’s Back trail to Big Wave Beach is just the thing for you. First spend about three hours hiking the 5-mile (8-kilometer) trail. When you reach the beach, celebrate with a craft beer (or other beverage if you’re not a beer fan). You’ll have about half an hour to an hour of free time on the beach when you can relax or choose to go swimming.
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5 hours
from US$40.63

Hidden Side of Hong Kong Half Day Private Tour

Hong Kong is best known as a centre for big business, but scattered among its gleaming corporate towers it is possible to find small, independent companies that specialise in traditional trades. These companies are closely linked to Hong Kong's history, and are woven into the city's cultural fabric. They're part of what gives Hong Kong its unique aesthetic and atmosphere.

Times are changing, though. Many of these businesses have no succession plans and anticipate closure. As these elements of its heritage disappear, Hong Kong edges ever closer to becoming another generic global city.

In this walk, we will visit a number of these disappearing trades, the last masters of some of Hong Kong's home-grown industries. With the end in sight for many, we go out to hear their stories and learn about their ways of life, before they are lost for ever.
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5 to 8 hours
from US$211.28
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TravelGuy wrote a review Feb 2021
Italy14 contributions2 helpful votes
I've been in Hong Kong in Novembre 2019 (only now I remembered to leave a review after watching some old images) and this tour was totally worth the time. You see many things and learn many thing, the guide (which in my case I believe was called Armie Ma) has been super nice with us, sharing information about the culture and lifestyle of the people of Hong Kong, as well as the past and their political situation. I've been in hong kong for just three days and I highly recommend this activity.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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taqqie wrote a review Aug 2020
Utrecht, The Netherlands3,458 contributions187 helpful votes
I did 2 walking tours with these guys: one in Kowloon and one on HK Island. I'm doing free walking tours in every new city that I visit but these were definitely among the best I ever participated in. An important aspect was that the tours did not focus around the important / well-known highlights of the city, but rather about the social issues and life + challenges for ordinary HKers. Poverty / housing issues and freedom issues / relation with mainland China were recurring themes. Both guys were great and enthusiastic story tellers (sometimes from first hand) and I learned a lot frkm them. Again, a very impressive experience for me. I hope everyone is well in these dark times.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ericaklee wrote a review Jun 2020
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SP was our tour guide for the day - no one else came along so we felt like we got a terrific private tour of Hong Kong side - he was very knowledgeable, friendly and shared many facts about the city as well as his personal experience. Highly recommend to everyone - tourists or locals!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Mick G wrote a review Mar 2020
United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
I did the tour on 14 March with Michael as a tour guide - I have been in HK for 2 months now so although kind of know my way around, I found this tour but very enjoyable and insightful taking me to places I hadn’t seen or noticed! Very knowledgeable tour guide with lots of insight - would highly recommend, best of luck Michael in these challenging times
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LPHDK wrote a review Feb 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark954 contributions367 helpful votes
First we were lucky that we were the only two people who showed - and that the tour did not get cancelled (they will be for a period due til the Coronavirus). Then we were lucky to have Shirley as our guide! She might be young, but she has a really good knowledge about HK, the history, the protest and the way of life and an exellent ability to make her stories come alive and make them relevant for us. Also she answered all my questions readily. It is not your usual highlight tour, even though they were included, but a tour that gave us so much more. I cannot recommend this tour enough!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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