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Exclusive Hong Kong Private Tours by Eating Adventures

Exclusive Hong Kong Private Tours by Eating Adventures

Eating Adventures has added exclusive Hong Kong Private Walking Tours to its range of tours in Hong Kong. Led by highly experienced native Hong Kong tour guides, clients can utilise the guides’ knowledge to explore the well-known attractions of Hong Kong, as well as off the beaten path.

“The tours have been launched due to a shortage of private tours in Hong Kong being offered by native guides,” said Wai Zhou, founder of Eating Adventures Food Tours. “Clients are aware that, if you really want to understand the culture of Hong Kong, there is no replacement for a guide who was born and raised in this culture and is fluent in Cantonese.”

Eating Adventures already offers group food tours in Hong Kong. The new private tours are cultural walking and sightseeing tours with less of a food focus. Clients can, however, rest assured that the expert guides will know great places to stop for a snack anywhere in Hong Kong.

Eating Adventures has three suggested private tour routes in Hong Kong, but any tour can be fully customised to meet the client’s needs. “Our guides are great at showing clients the wonders of local life that can be found around any corner,” added Zhou. “You don’t have to travel far to go off the beaten path in Hong Kong, you just need to know where to look.”

Tours have been priced competitively, with a four-hour private tour for a group of four people starting at $HK2,488.

Find out more at www.eatingadventures.com/Hong-Kong-Private-Tours.html

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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