This adventure takes us deep into the eclectic city of Hong Kong. We will explore what makes this such a dazzling contemporary metropolis, but also experience the essence of old Hong Kong, with all its exotic smells, sounds and side streets transporting you back to a different time.
Pedder Building, Man Mo Temple, Mid-Level Escalators
Our journey begins in front of the Pedder building, Central MTR exit D2, on Pedder Street.
Places to stop along the way:
There are many! The route is dotted with cafes, restaurants and coffee shops, and outside most of the major landmarks are benches where we can relax and take in the sights.
Best time to walk:
Anytime! I can suggest starting in the late morning, stopping half way for lunch, and then continuing the tour in the afternoon.
Wear comfortable shoes, sandals and flip flops are also fine.
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