Travel with Diana Chan and indulge your tastebuds on a foodie tour through Hong Kong.
Check in to EAST Hotel and spend the afternoon settling in to the room and relaxing around the hotel - lounging by the pool and taking in the views of the cityscape.
Enjoy a free daily breakfast at EAST hotel before venturing out to Lamma Island for a serene, oceanside hike. Satisfy your hunger with a lunch stop-in at Rainbow Seafood Restaurant, and satisfy your sweet tooth at Tofu Garden for dessert.
Spend the afternoon relaxing by the pool or adventuring through the streets of Hong Kong before heading to the local Kam's Roast Goose restaurant for a 1 michelin star dinner - famous for over 70 years for their Roast Goose.
Stop at Lamma Rainbow Seafood Restaurant for lunch after the Lamma Island Hike.
Dinner at Kam's Roast Goose. For over 70 years, the Kams have been famous for their roast goose and this shop was opened by the third generation. But the goose extravaganza doesn’t stop at their juicy roast goose with crispy skin. Try also their silky, melty goose blood pudding or the decadent blanched noodles tossed in goose fat. Other Cantonese barbecue dishes glistening in the window are also worth trying. With only 30 seats, don’t be surprised to see a queue.
Begin the day with a light breakfast before checking out of EAST hotel and making your way to Sham Shui neighbourhood for a foodie walking tour with an expert of the neighbourhood. Taste and explore the local food at the iconic shops in the town.
Check in to the Peninsula Hotel and spend the afternoon lazing around, exploring all that the hotel has to offer - perhaps a visit to the onsite spa or indoor pool and sauna.
Enjoy an evening sightseeing cruise on Aqua Luna before heading to the iconic Ho Hung Kee for dinner - famed for its springy wonton noodles and fresh, sweet soup.
45 min evening sightseeing cruise on Aqua Luna
Casual dinner at 1 Michelin Star Ho Hung Kee famed for its springy wonton noodles and fresh, sweet soup.
Begin day 4 with an exploration of Old Town Central, taking in the sights of one of Hong Kong's well-worshipped temples - Man Mo Temple. Stop for lunch at Tai Cheong Bakery and try some of their famous egg tarts, before spending the remainder of the afternoon epxloring the Heritage and Arts Centre at Tai Kwun.
Finish the day at the Chinese Library on the top floor of the old Police Headquarters for a feast of traditional Chinese dishes inspired by David Yeo and his vast personal library of Chinese cookbooks.
Explore Old Town Central starting at Man Mo Temple
Try the famous Egg tarts at Tai Cheong Bakery for lunch
Explore the Heritage and Arts centre at Tai Kwun
- Hong Kong’s favourite Chinese dishes served in colonial elegance on the top floor of the old Police Headquarters.
- Conceived by founder David Yeo and inspired by his vast personal library of Chinese cookbooks, The Chinese Library showcases dishes from the diverse culinary regions of China.