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Discover Hong Kong’s gourmet side with local teatime snacks and a stroll through a nearby wet market and specialty grocery stores, and learn about food preservation techniques before stopping for tea and dinner in Sham Shui Po.
Discover Hong Kong’s different dining cultures. Enjoy local teatime snacks with Hong Kong-style milk tea and egg tarts. Hunt for fresh ingredients at a wet market. Visit different varieties of grocery stores and explore the local wisdom of drying and preserving seafood. Lastly, taste Chinese tea before dining at a dai pai dong in Sham Shui Po.
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