We specialise in Private Tours and Small Group Tours of Hong Kong. We focus on introducing you to hidden gems, exploring the back streets and learning about local businesses as well as explaining Hong Kong’s culture, customs and history. Our tours are culturally immersive walking tours, meaning that you will travel around Hong Kong on foot and use the excellent public transport system.

Our Private Customised tours are ideal for people who would like a detailed overview of Hong Kong before exploring further on their own and also for people who would like to make the most of a limited amount of time in Hong Kong. 

Our Lantau, Food and Night ‘themed’ tours allow for an in-depth exploration of a district or topic.

There is no crossover between any of our tours. If you are lucky enough to have four days in Hong Kong booking one of each of our tours would give you a depth of insight that very few visitors (and expats living in Hong Kong) ever get. Our Private Tours are available in English, French Spanish and Dutch.




When you book a private tour with us the only people on your tour are those which you personally invite. If you book one of our ‘themed’ tours you can add on an extra hour and have the guide meet you in your hotel lobby rather than at the prearranged meeting point. 

You will have a friendly, approachable, personal tour guide who genuinely loves their guiding job. All of our guides are passionate about sharing their knowledge of Hong Kong. Please CLICK HERE to find out more about our team. 



Hello Hong Kong has teamed up with Heliservices and Sail Asia to bring you two fantastic Hong Kong activities. These are not guided tours, they are charters. We have selected them because we believe that they will show you yet another side of Hong Kong. One which can not be experienced on foot!


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Hong Kong Activities | Mid-Autumn Festival

Hong Kong Activities | Mid-Autumn Festival A romantic Chinese poem says “May we live long and share the beauty of the moon together, even if we are hundreds of miles apart.” The Mid-Autumn or Moon festival was celebrated first in the Tang dynasty (618–907). It is the celebration of the harvest. When you are on a Hong Kong tour these days, you will not escape the decorations and preparations for the “Moon Festival”. An important part of the festival celebration is moon worship. The ancient Chinese believed in rejuvenation being associated with the moon and water. Another tradition is to eat mooncakes. If you are on a Hong Kong city tour during the Mid-Autumn Festival, it will be impossible to walk passed the mooncakes. How about you plan your Hong Kong private tours with a stop to get some of these exotic delicacies…? Did you know that a mooncake with 2 yolks (yes, egg yolks) is very special? Ask your private tour guide Hong Kong to help you find your favourite flavour! #homekong #wanderlust #discoverhongkong #instacool #photooftheday #bbctravel #hongkong #china #hk #instatravel #adventure #welltraveled #tourism #travelbug #condenast #lonelyplanet #hellohongkongtours #hellohk #ilovehk #hongkongtour #cnntravel #homekong #privatetour #personaltour #tourguide #privateguide #personalguide #moonfestival #midautumnfestival #harvestfestival #mooncake #eggyolk #tasty #somethingspecial  

Hong Kong Food Tour | Char Siu Anytime!

Hong Kong Food Tour | Char Siu Anytime! …Char what….? Char Siu or barbecued pork, to make it more simple, is a cooking method in the Cantonese kitchen and means literally “fork roasted”. You can find this delicious speciality on Hong Kong culinary tours in “siu mei” restaurants. These places are specialised in meat dishes. On your private food tours Hong Kong, you will not only get some mouth-watering BBQ pork but also other meats like roasted goose or duck. Most shops display the meats by hanging them in the window. Usually, the food is served with a side of rice and vegetables. Should you get hungry on your Hong Kong tour or plan your Hong Kong activities, you should not miss out on barbecued pork! #getinmybelly #goodeats #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoverhongkong #love #food #foodporn #instagood #instafood #eathongkong #foodie #foodadventure #hk #tourism #travelbug #hellohongkongtours #hkfoodie #privatefoodtour #personalfoodtour #foodguide #bbqpork #charsiu #siumei 

Hong Kong Food | Did You Ever Tried Egg Tart?

Hong Kong Food | Did You Ever Tried Egg Tart? One of the most delicious things to on a Hong Kong food tour is without a doubt an egg tart! This mouthwatering goodness is best eaten when the egg custard is still warm and the pastry just crumbles in your mouth leaving you with a happy and fulfilled feeling. This sweet dessert is believed to has it’s origins in neighbouring Macau but some believe that the origins lies in the English custard pie. If your list of Hong Kong activities does not have a tick box with “try egg tart” you might miss out on the thing that makes every hong kong foodie heart skip a beat. 😃 When you plan your Hong Kong tour, don’t forget to add the egg tart on the list of the things to eat! 😉   #getinmybelly #goodeats #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoverhongkong #love #food #foodporn #eggtart #delicious #eathongkong #foodie #foodadventure #hk #tourism #travelbug #hellohongkongtours #hkfoodie #foodtour #mouthwatering #hongkongtour #foodieheart #eggcustard #crumble #pastry   photo credit: J3tours

Hong Kong Junk Boat Tour | Hong Kong Activities By Boat

Hong Kong Junk Boat Tour | Hong Kong Activities By Boat When you feel like you need a different kind of Hong Kong tours, think about a Hong Kong sailing trip! Our captain will take you on a Hong Kong day tour by sea from Aberdeen or Sai Kung. Your Hong Kong junk boat tour will take you to places around Hong Kong to show you the most beautiful places that will take your mind off the usual hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. Just grab some friends and go onto your very own Hong Kong boat adventure. #boattour #harbourcruise #sailing #cruising #hongkongtour #hellohongkong #adventure #tourism #travelbug #wanderlust #victoriaharbour #containerport #containerterminal #traveloften #discoverhongkong #bbctravel #instatravel #hongkongjunk #aberdeen #stanley #repulsebay #hongkongsailing #hongkongboat      

try a homemade noodle soup on your hong kong food tour

Hong Kong Food | Not Your Everyday Noodle Soup

Hong Kong Food | Not Your Everyday Noodle Soup Anybody who has ever been on Hong Kong culinary tours knows that no Hong Kong tour is complete without a decent noodle soup! How lucky that we can take you to one of the best ones on our Hong Kong foodie tasting tours! Mak’s noodles were introduced to Hong Kong originally in the 1940ies as street food. The original restaurant was set up in Guangzhou. The restaurant on our Hong Kong food tour is in the third generation with a twist… If you are curious to find out what the twist is and why the spoon is placed on the bottom of the bowl or why you should eat the soup fast, ask your Hong Kong food guide!   #maksnoodle #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoverhongkong #food #instagood #happy #getinmybelly #eathongkong #bbctravel #foodie #foodadventure #hongkong #china #hk #instatravel #adventure #welltraveled #tourism #travelbug #lonelyplanet #travelstoke #hellohongkongtours #hongkongtour #hkfoodie #foodtour #privatetour #personaltour #personalguide #homekont #wonton #noodlesoup #storywithatwist #thirdgeneration #michelinstar     

The fascinating Kai Tak Terminal

Hong Kong Walking Tour | From Kai Tak Airport To Kai Tak Terminal

Hong Kong Walking Tour | From Kai Tak Airport To Kai Tak Terminal When you are on a Hong Kong city tour, you will quickly find out that this amazing city has always been a place of constant change. One of the most interesting changes though is when the famous Kai Tak Airport became the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal! Built in the 1920s, it was used as an airfield by several flying clubs. During WW II, when Hong Kong fell in the hands of Japan, the runways 13/31 and 07/25 were built. After its expansion, Kai Tak Aiport’s capacity was planned to handle 24 million passengers a year. However, in 1996 it handled 29.5 million passengers, plus 1.56 million tonnes of freight, making it the third busiest airport in the world in terms of international passenger traffic, and busiest in terms of international cargo throughput. Initially, Kai Tak was far away from residential areas but the expansion of both, the airport and the residential area, made it very close and eventually leading to very high noise pollution AND the famous pictures that we know. When the government found the present day site to build the Chek Lap Kok airport, Kai Tak was originally thought to be developed into a residential area. However, voices from the public were raised to protect the harbour. After long processes, finally in 2006 blueprints were introduced and today’s Kai Tak Cruise Ship Terminal was completed in late 2013 due to re-tendering. The first ship berthed on 12 June 2013. The terminal has the capacity to berth two large 360-metre (1,180 ft) long vessels, which carry a total of 5,400 passengers and 1,200 crew, as well as anticipating the demands of cruise liners currently on the drawing board. Should your cruise ship arrive at this terminal, you can start your Hong Kong private tours right there from the terminal! Although, sometimes it might feel like all 6,600 people got off the cruise ship at the same time, don’t be alarmed! Your private tour guide Hong Kong will be happy to meet you at the arrivals hall to start your Hong Kong tour. #design #kaitak #photooftheday #hongkong #china #hk #lonelyplanet #hellohongkongtours #ilovehk #hellohk #streetsofhongkong #wanderlust #buildings #hklife #wanderlust #homekong #cruiseterminal #airport #hongkongcruise #ships #cruiseships #kaitakterminal    Source: wikipedia, J3Tours, HongKong, I love you

Hong Kong Day Tours | Leave The City Behind And Visit Cheung Chau!

Hong Kong Day Tours | Leave The City Behind And Visit Cheung Chau! 10 km southwest of Hong Kong we can find “dumbbell Island”, the nickname for Cheung Chau. With an area of 2.5 square km, Cheung Chau is home to around 21,000 people and always worth Hong Kong day tours. From Hong Kong Island you have the option to take a 55 minutes ride with the “slow ferry” that gives you outdoor seating for many nice pictures. You can also take the “fast ferry” and have a shorter, airconditioned ride of 35 minutes – which might be preferable especially in the summer months in Hong Kong. The picturesque harbour is full of Hong Kong activities with fishing vessels, junk trips and sampans going back and forth. Cheung Chau can offer a Hong Kong local tour for all tastes! From windsurfing to Cheung Po Tsai cave over rock carvings and the beautiful Tak Pai temple, which is about 10 min walk away from the pier. This temple was first built in the 18th century is kept in very good condition after a renovation in 1989. It is devoted to Pak Tai the Taoist god of the sea, who is also known as the Supreme Emperor of the Northern Heaven or the Mysterious Heaven. “Bun is fun” in Cheung Chau! Originally created to celebrate the end of a plague in the Quing Dynasty, now it is an annual festival celebrated in May. The highlight of the Bun Festival is the bun tower climbing competition. Don’t worry if you miss the Bun Festival. Cheung Chau has other great activities to offer! You can spend the whole day by the beach and enjoy some delicious and fresh seafood in one of the many seafood restaurants in Cheung Chau as a contrast to your Hong Kong city tour. If you ar looking for different Hong Kong activities, definitely ask your Hong Kong tour guide for a day in Cheung Chau! Our furry mascot has the right idea! 😃   #cheungchau #photooftheday #hk #tourism #travelbug #natgeotravelpic #lonelyplanet #hellohongkongtours #ilovehk #hellohk #hongkongtour #dayatthebeach #hikehk #beautifulhk #hiking #nature #beaches #junktrip #sampan #bunfestival #temple #caves #privatetours #grouptours #personaltours #customizedtour #personalguide #privateguide