Discover Hong Kong with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Hong Kong, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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Don't wait any longer to immerse yourself in the magic of Hong Kong! Download our free tour audio guide now and start planning your next adventure. Without schedules, without groups, at your own pace... to discover what things to do, see or visit in Hong Kong, whether you are just passing through or staying for several days.

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Our audio guide will accompany you in every corner of Hong Kong, giving you privileged information and secrets that only an expert would know. Let your ears guide you and transform your trip into an unforgettable experience! It doesn't matter if you are an experienced traveller or a newcomer, this audio guide is perfect for everyone. Download it now and immerse yourself in the cultural richness of Hong Kong!

About the city of Hong Kong: Your comprehensive guide

Get ready to dive into a city where east meets west, blending a rich history and vibrant culture with jaw-dropping skyscrapers. Feel the pulse of the city as you explore bustling night markets, serene temples, and some of the world's most cutting-edge architecture. Don't forget to snap a selfie at the iconic Victoria Peak! While you're soaking it all in, make sure to indulge in some of the finest dim sum, Peking duck, and egg tarts the world has to offer. Trust us, your taste buds will thank you!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

In Hong Kong, the culinary scene is rich and diverse, a heaven for food lovers, blending textures, flavors, and cultures. First and foremost, dim sum is a must-try, comprising a variety of steamed or fried dumplings, buns, rolls, and tarts, typically enjoyed with tea. Delight in an array of options, like har gow (shrimp dumplings), siu mai (pork and shrimp dumplings), and char siu bao (barbecue pork buns).

For a heartier meal, savor wonton noodles, featuring delicate dumplings filled with shrimp or pork in a flavorful broth with egg noodles. Another local favorite is congee, a comforting rice porridge often cooked with fish, meat, or century eggs, ideal for breakfast or a light meal.

Roast goose is a signature dish of Hong Kong, typically seasoned with a blend of spices and herbs, and then roasted until the skin is crispy, and the meat is tender and juicy. For an iconic snack, try the sweet pineapple bun, named for its crisscross pattern resembling a pineapple, usually served with a slab of butter.

To experience the flavors of the sea, sample the numerous seafood dishes, especially in Sai Kung and Lei Yue Mun, where seafood is prepared using a variety of cooking methods, allowing you to savor its freshness.

As for beverages, milk tea is synonymous with Hong Kong's local drinks. This smooth and creamy tea, usually made with condensed or evaporated milk, is a refreshing complement to many local dishes. For those with a sweet tooth, egg tarts and mango pomelo sago are popular dessert choices, blending sweetness and texture to round off your meal.

At the end of the day, wind down at one of Hong Kong's many bars or speakeasies to sip on innovative cocktails or the local craft beers, providing a blend of local and international flavors in every sip.

Finally, for a more casual, yet quintessentially Hong Kong experience, explore the dai pai dong (open-air food stalls), offering a range of local dishes like stir-fried noodles and claypot rice in a bustling, vibrant setting.

On each spot of the audio guide, we’ll provide you with the names and details of the nearest recommended restaurants according to Google’s users' opinions, ensuring you a delightful culinary journey through the gastronomic wonders of Hong Kong.

Transportation and getting around the city

Navigating Hong Kong is pretty straightforward! When you land at the airport, you've got a couple of good options to get to the city. The Airport Express Train is a solid choice—it's quick and takes you straight to central Hong Kong in around 24 minutes. Super easy! You can buy tickets at the airport or, if you prefer going digital, just grab them online.

Now, if you’re not in a rush and want to save a few bucks, public buses are another way to get from the airport to the city. They might take a bit longer, but you'll get some scenic views of Lantau Island.

When it comes to getting around the city, the Octopus Card is your best friend. It’s like the Swiss Army knife of payment cards—you can use it on the MTR, trams, buses, and even in some stores. Just swipe and go! And if you run out of credit, topping up is easy at any MTR station or convenience store.

Speaking of the MTR, it’s probably the quickest way to get around. It’s clean, efficient, and gets you pretty much everywhere you'd want to go. Buses and trams are everywhere too, and they’re a chill way to see the city above ground. Some of the trams are double-deckers, and grabbing a seat on the upper level gives you some sweet views of the streets below.

For more of a personal touch, taxis are everywhere, and they’re not too expensive. Just a heads up, though—while most drivers understand English, having your destination written in Cantonese can be a lifesaver!

Walking is a vibe in areas like Central, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Causeway Bay. They’re packed with shops, restaurants, and bars, and you'll stumble upon some cool stuff just roaming around.

Now, if you're into sightseeing, Big Bus Tours can show you the highlights without the hassle. You can hop on and off as you like, and there’s always a guide spitting facts about the sights. Tickets are easy to grab—you can book online, or just buy them when you hop on.

And if you fancy a more scenic route, the Star Ferry is iconic! It's a chill way to travel between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island, and the views of the skyline are second to none, especially at night.

Happy traveling! Hope you soak up all the awesomeness Hong Kong has to offer!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Victoria Peak . Star Ferry . Tian Tan Buddha .

3d : Victoria Peak . Star Ferry . Tian Tan Buddha . Ladies' Market . Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade . Wong Tai Sin Temple . Hong Kong Disneyland .

5d : Victoria Peak . Star Ferry . Tian Tan Buddha . Ladies' Market . Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade . Wong Tai Sin Temple . Lantau Island . Ngong Ping 360 . Man Mo Temple . Lan Kwai Fong . Hong Kong Disneyland . Ocean Park .

All : Victoria Peak . Star Ferry . Tian Tan Buddha . Ladies' Market . Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade . Wong Tai Sin Temple . Lantau Island . Ngong Ping 360 . Man Mo Temple . Lan Kwai Fong . Stanley Market . Aberdeen . Tai O Fishing Village . Hong Kong Museum of History . Hong Kong Disneyland . Ocean Park . Victoria Harbour . The Peak Tram . Avenue of Stars . Cheung Chau . Temple Street Night Market .

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