Heads Up, Foodies! Hong Kong is Having 2 Major Food Festivals this October & November

Heads Up, Foodies! Hong Kong is Having 2 Major Food Festivals this October & November

Two food festivals that are certain to tease palates and taste buds are heading your way.

The land of Michelin-Star dim sum, crispy egg tarts, and fresh char siew, Hong Kong has always been fondly remembered as a gourmet paradise.

Here’s a heads up to foodies who enjoy visiting Hong Kong: you can embark on an extraordinary gastronomic journey this October and November in Hong Kong at these two upcoming food festivals.

Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival

Dates: 26 – 29 October 2017

The Hong Kong Wine and Dine festival, in its ninth year running, returns from 26 – 29 October with a myriad of flavours to tease and tantalise taste buds. Themed “A Sparkling Exploration” this year, the festival celebrates taste and eye-catching visuals. A key highlight is Singapore’s very own local chef Janice Wong, the owner of 2am:dessertbar, will cook up dishes at the special culinary event in the Tasting Room.

For just HK$30 per person, taste fine wines, sparkling drinks and global gastronomic delights. Talk a walk through a bazaar of delicious food favourites accompanied by live music amid Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour skyline.

The top 100 travellers who book their Hong Kong accommodation on Agoda with a UOB card, will also receive a complimentary Bonus Pack worth HK$125 (including admission and 4 wine tokens).

Hong Kong Great November Feast

Dates: 1 – 30 November 2017

After indulging in delectable cuisine for four days, head over to the Hong Kong Great November Feast which runs from 1 – 30 November 2017. This feast sees Hong Kong engaging in a month-long series of gourmet happening and dining offers for visitors to experience a unique gastronomic indulgence in Hong Kong. Even better if you’re a seafood lover, as hotels and restaurants in the city will launch exotic Crab menu this year.

Excited? Start planning your food trail to Hong Kong this October and November. Find out more at Hong Kong Tourism Board’s website.

Information extracted from press release by Hong Kong Tourism Board.

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