About The Kowloon Free Tour
|Starting Time: Every Monday Wednesday Friday Sunday 10:00am|
|Meeting Point: Outside Mong Kok MTR Station Exit B3|
|Find Us: Find yellow T-shirt/jacket with "The Hong Kong Free Tours"|
|Duration: Around 2.5 hours|
|Booking: Simply show up with a smile!|
|Fee: This is a pay what you think is worth tour. A similar tour in Hong Kong would cost USD 100 per person. We recommend tipping HKD 100 per person so this will be win-win for all involved.|
|Cancellation: Please note this tour may be canceled if typhoon signal 3 or yellow rain signal is hoisted. If there is cancellation due to weather condition, a notice will be posted in this website at least one hour in advance. Please contact us here if you are not sure.|
|Tour Description: We recommend joining the Hong Kong Free Tour before joining the Kowloon Free Tour. In the Kowloon Free Tour, we walk an extra mile to show you things beyond all the common tourist spots. We will show you the lesser known markets that are essential to us and we will expose the inconvenient unreality behind the glamorous & beautiful Victoria Harbor...... Please come prepared to see a different side of Hong Kong...|
Read about us on Tripadvisor
Jonathan_Ramael - Antwerp, Belgium
"The tour in Kowloon is more about the daily local life. It will show you both the good and the bad of Hong Kong, which makes it very worthwhile and crucial to understand the city."
Reviewed March 30, 2016
"The second tour we did was a journey around Kowloon. Alla's tour was insightful and honest and showed us that there is much more to HK than modern skyscrapers and bright lights. We explored numerous markets and areas that we never would have found on our own."
Reviewed March 30th, 2016
HimfromPenrith - Cardiff, United Kingdom
"We visited the Bird/goldfish and flower markets, say old tenement buildings and learned about how tough life had been in years gone by, how it can still be a struggle to survive in the worlds most expensive real estate and what the locals do day to day. There was also a very sedative and emotional section on homelessness, which up until this tour we thought did not seem to exist in Hong Kong."
Reviewed March 23, 2017