Best of Chan May (5 Days)

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
Hong Kong, China to Hong Kong, China
Dates: 21 Aug 2019 - 25 Aug 2019

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DAY
PORT
ARRIVE DEPART
DAY 1
21 Aug 2019
Hong Kong, China
5:00 PM
DAY 2
22 Aug 2019
Day-at-Sea
DAY 3
23 Aug 2019
Chan May, Vietnam
7:00 AM 5:00 PM
DAY 4
24 Aug 2019
Day-at-Sea
DAY 5
25 Aug 2019
Hong Kong, China
7:00 AM
Best of Chan May map

What's Included

Included

  • Shipboard accommodations Ocean transportation Most meals Some beverages Most entertainment aboard the vessel

Not Included

  • Airfare Transfers Items of a personal nature government taxes and fees additional Anything not listed as included

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Guests staying in select suites may enjoy priority check-in, complimentary Concierge Club, reserved prime theater seating, VIP pool deck seating, priority departure and more!

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Shore Excursions

Hong Kong, China - 21 Aug 2019

Offered by: Urban Adventures
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 3 Hours
Meals: Snack
Recommended Ages: 5 and Above
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts
Kowloon Food Safari

Part foodie adventure, part culinary lesson, this Hong Kong food tour will tell you everything you wanted to know about the city’s food culture. You’ll head to Kowloon’s vibrant Jordan District, a working class area that’s a local favourite for its authentic and inexpensive restaurants and food stalls. The entire time, you’ll be eating and drinking like the locals do, stopping at Hong Kong-style cafés (known locally as cha chaan tengs) and open-air food stalls (known as dai pai dongs). Be warned, this is a tour for true food adventurers. We’re steering clear of 5-star restaurants and heading to family-run greasy spoons and chaotic food courts where tourists rarely venture. Sit elbow-to-elbow with locals, learn how to order in Cantonese, and experience the city’s authentic, no-nonsense culinary scene. You’ll check out Hong Kong’s wet and dry markets where vendors sell fresh and processed produce, and taste treats at a mix of independent diners, street stalls, and food courts with one thing in common: they’ve set the standard for traditional dishes in the city. You’ll taste locals’ favourites, from snacks, to mains, to Chinese desserts — sweet or savoury, authentic and tasty! Many of the restaurants you’ll visit will be family-run businesses where the owner is also the head chef and the vibe is deliciously authentic. These neighbourhood eateries are considered hidden gems by even locals. Along the way, you’ll learn plenty of facts about the Hong Kong food scene. Like, did you know Hong Kong has one of world’s highest per capita concentrations of cafés and restaurants? Or that Hong Kongers’ seafood consumption is four times that of the global average? Or that some specialities are listed as part of the city’s official cultural heritage? (Sorry, no spoilers here — you’ll have to take the tour to find out the full stories!) And don’t worry if you have any food allergies or aversions — your Hong Kong tour guide will help you pick dishes that match your tastes. Our tour is designed so that you pay for your own food along the way, so you won’t have to worry about wasting money on food you don’t want or like, or contributing to any food waste. If you’re still eager for more Hong Kong after all that food, your guide will gladly point out great places to grab a few drinks nearby — no matter whether your tastes are local dive bars or glamorous rooftop lounges that offer breathtaking Victoria Harbour views. We promise it will be an authentic Hong Kong culinary experience. So, ready to eat like a local? Note: Kowloon Food Safari is unique in that it’s about 50% cheaper than the average Hong Kong food tours but does not include in it the cost of food. You pay the restaurants directly only for the food that you want to try, at the quantity that you like. Whether you are a carnivore or a vegetarian, eat a lot or not that much, feel adventurous or prefer to stay more on the safe side, you won’t be wasting money on food that you don’t want. The average food cost per person is approximately 200 HKD (25 USD). But that can vary depending on how hungry you are! At the end of the tour we will stop for a bar beverage, at your own cost. Alcoholic drinks cost on average 100 HKD.

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