- Date: 10 Jul 2014 (Thursday)
- Pick up: 1430 hrs
- Pick up: Tsimshatsui MTR station N4 Exit (K11)
Pick up from Tsimshatsui MTR station N4 Exit and walk to the cooking studio and learn the secret of Chinese dim sum – the essence of Cantonese school of cooking popular in Hong Kong. Dim sums are bite size items, usually steamed or deep fried; savoury or sweet. You will learn to make 3 types of Chinese dim sum such as shrimp dumplings, Siu Mei and spring roll, instructed by professional chef from Superstar Restaurant – the award winner restaurant of the prestigious Hong Kong International Culinary Classic 2013. After the class, you’ll enjoy a refreshment of dim sum including the dim sum you make on your own! The tour will finish at the end of the cooking session. The cooking class and refreshment will finish by around 1700 hrs.
Cost: HKD450.00 per person.
Cost includes: recipes, ingredients and refreshments after the class.
- Date: 11 Jul 2014 (Friday)
One of the oldest existing fishing villages in Hong Kong, Tai O is a sharp contrast to the city, retaining ambience and charm of the past. You’ll see stilt houses along the river, fishermen drying their catch under the sun, and market selling all kinds of preserved seafood. The tour will take you to walk between the stilt houses, explore its local market, and take a boat cruise for you to capture its unique scene with your cameras, and if weather is good, you may see the pink dolphins – an endangered species living in Hong Kong waters, and experience a brief session of making salty egg yolk, a local delicacy commonly used in many Chinese dishes.
Cost: HKD550.00/person (around 5 hours)
The British met with opposition from the local indigenous people in the New Territories when they came to claim their sovereignty over the newly acquired crown land. The local people met at the Temple, worked out the strategy of attack and defence, recruit local villagers and fought with the British for six days. Without modern arms and guns, the clever tactics of the local villagers surprised the British and eventually, Sir Henry Blake, the Hong Kong Governor at the time, went to visit the Tang clan to make peace. The tour will uncover the story, starting with the Man Mo Temple at Tai Po market to the indigenous village of the Tangs in Ping Shan.
Cost: HKD420.00/person (around 4-5 hours)
Remarks: minimum 15 persons required to operate the above tours.
Prepared by Momentous Asia Travel & Events
7 May 2014