Walk in Hong Kong
Walk in Hong Kong
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City ToursCultural ToursHistorical & Heritage ToursWalking ToursPrivate Tours
Monday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
About
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, in all their gritty, quirky glory. We invite everyone – tourists, expats and locals, young and old – to see the unseen Hong Kong.
Hong Kong, China

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Gregg
La Crescenta, CA1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
Any time a tour attracts locals, you know it’s good. My tour group was a mix of tourists (myself included) and locals. I definitely learned about Hong Kong and visited places I wouldn’t have thought to visit on my tour Lee Gardens Under the Invisibility Cloak. The locals said the same thing. The technology worked great, our guide Annie was so friendly and helpful, and the tour stops were really cool. We stopped at this cool restaurant for a bit and learned about that restaurant’s history while sipping tea and coffee and snacking on chicken. It was delightful. I think that specific tour might have actually been more geared towards locals, but it was the only one that fit my itinerary. There are so many interesting tours the Walk In Hong Kong offers. I will DEFINITELY take some more when I return to Hong Kong.
Written April 13, 2020
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aphrodykee
Ann Arbor, MI1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Had a great time learning about queer culture and history in Hong Kon with Benita. She was a personable and knowledgeable guide --introducing me to local slang, cultural norms, and other interesting anecdotes throughout the tour. I'm really happy that I did this at the beginning of my trip to Hong Kong, so that I could spend the rest of my time in the city a bit more knowledgeable, and able to participate more in the LGBT community events happening in the area. I did a private solo tour, and I still found it to be well worth the money. Hoping to come back to Hong Kong with some friends for it again!
Written February 3, 2020
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Thanks for your great words! Our pleasure to host you upon your arrival to give you a general picture of Hong Kong and how our LGBT communities get used to the place. Benita is definitely one of our best guides and we are glad that you had a great time together in Central. Our team at Walk in Hong Kong works very hard to uncover these gems in the city, and curate them into a memorable experience, so that you'll bring home precious memories beyond the typical tourist sites. We hope to see you again on our future tours. Please recommend us to your friends or family who are interested in experiencing the lesser seen side of Hong Kong. Many thanks!
Written February 6, 2020
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QYY
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
We were on a school trip to investigate tourism in Hong Kong. The Kowloon Walled City tour led by Rosen truly exceeded our expectation. We were shown to different restaurants in Kowloon City and the food we consumed really told the stories behind the multicultural mix of the area. Highly recommended.
Written May 5, 2020
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Cherry Lui
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Had just come back from the 'What Do Ghosts Eat?' tour and it was simply amazing. Our guide Olivia who spoke native English was nice and funny. She delivered us not only stories about HK culture and history, but also discussed with us problems in the society which is what I appreciate most. This is a great opportunity for foreign visitors to talk to local people. The ghosts stories were fascinating and they really got me! The dark and creepy spots definitely set a great mood for telling ghosts stories. Highly recommend this tour and i hope my advice helps!
Written January 29, 2020
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Thanks for your great words! Olivia is surely an outstanding guide, super personable and easy-going, and has an amazing ability to connect with guests like you. So nice to hear that she has given you an unforgettable moment in Hong Kong! Our team at Walk in Hong Kong is working very hard to explore these hidden gems in the city, and design memorable experiences for every one of our guests. Look forward to seeing you again on our future tours. Please recommend us to your friends or family who are interested in experiencing the lesser seen side of Hong Kong. Thank you once again! Take care!
Written January 30, 2020
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Yoyo Chan
Hong Kong, China4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2020
I highly recommend Walk In Hong Kong and it would be the best tour for you to learn more about the real culture in Hong Kong, but not only the touristic side. The exclusive Tsuen Wan Walking Tour I joined was very well planned and well prepared by our guides Meiling and Paul. The tour was overall very fruitful, interesting, and at the same time informative enough.

The tour was especially interesting with the knowledge by our guides.With numerous old photos of the district and interesting local stories, I got to learn more about the development of the district even though I always visit the district. Meiling was born and raised in the region, giving us a lot of local stories by her friends, schoolmates and neighbours, while Paul was very knowledgeable with urban development and renewal, comparing the new town development among different satellite cities in Hong Kong.

The walking tour was followed by with a home-made dinner by a famous local actor Joey Leung, who is also a farmer, writer and cook. We could taste the freshly harvested local vegetables and discuss the local agriculture development. It was a great chance to learn more about different sides of Hong Kong.

It wasn't a regular product by Walk In Hong Kong yet but I do hope that it will become one!
Written June 14, 2020
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Hampton T
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2021 • Family
Paul did an excellent job telling the tragic story of Shek Kip Mei Fire of 1953 and the subsequent redevelopment of the site. The story of Wong Jim, a famous local Cantopop songwriter, witnessing the fire and growing up in the neighbourhood was captivating. Our visit to Mei Ho House Museum took us back to the 1950s and it showcased the very cramped and rough living conditions of Hong Kong’s first public housing project. I enjoyed this part of the tour most.
Paul also took us to Apliu Street where I managed to find a cover replacement for my old cell phone. I was really pleased since I couldn’t find one in any electronic stores. We stopped at the Michelin rated Kwan Kee shop at Fuk Wa Street for chestnut pudding cake and small bowl pudding. They were so good!
Written December 1, 2021
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Danis C
Hong Kong, China1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
I have joined 3 walking tours organised by Walk In Hong Kong in 2 months, we walked from Kwai Chung, Cargo Terminal to our old area North Point and our most dynamic downtown-- Causeway Bay. Walk in HK clamined that they are the city's most beloved storytellers. For me, they are the best and most beloved one indeed. Their staff members are well-trained, friendly and very professional. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone, not only tourists. Even as a local, i enjoyed it so so so much!
Written February 13, 2020
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MW T
North Chicago, IL1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Business
As an architect it was nice to have a fellow architect uncovering Hong Kong’s built heritage hidden behind the gleaming skyscrapers. Was impressed by Walk In Hong Kong’s effort in saving one of the spots on the tour - they stepped in and managed to spare the State Theater, which is distinguished by the parabola arches on the rooftop, from the wrecking ball. Thumbs up for both the tour and the great work.
Written March 31, 2020
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Amy W
Hong Kong, China6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
#ddCityMania# Walk at Causeway Bay is indeed a surprising way to explore and find so much that one won't notice even working in the area. Zoe, the docent is very well prepared and with a lot of passion to share her knowledge. It's also a good opportunity to sharing with others of different nationalities and senior locals on the then and now changing environment of the Bay. Highly recommended!!
Written February 14, 2020
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coffeekava
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2020
we did a tailored hong kong tour with Walk in Hong Kong, it's relaxed yet informative. we were able to experience a lot of things that we didn't even know as a local! the organisation of the tour is perfect and they tailored our itinerary with patience and flexibility. love it! highly recommend!
Written June 21, 2020
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