Hong Kong is one of the most culturally diverse cities in Asia, with a vibrant and unique history of immigration. In the ten years leading to 2016, the ethnic minorities in Hong Kong had grown by 60%.

While diversity in Asia’s World City is a fact proved by numbers, however, it is worth questioning whether Hong Kongers are inclusive enough to embrace this diversity – What would you feel if a South Asian walk towards you in the middle of the night in Tsim Sha Tsui?

In this walk, we will explore the history of Hong Kong from the people’s perspective – How Hong Kong society

benefits from cultural diversity with people from different origins and what we should do to protect this value of Hong Kong.


Starting Time: 1:45pm

Meeting Point: Jordan MTR Station Exit A

Find Us: Find a yellow T-shirt/jacket with ‘The Hong Kong Free Tours’

Fee: Due to COVID-19, the original tip-based free tour is now operated as paid tour. Guests will be charged a fixed fee of 400 HKD per head.

Reservation: Only guests with reservation will be able to join the tour.

Ending Time & Point: 5:00pm at Chung King Mansion

Major Sites:
– Temple Street – The daily life of ethnic group: jewellery shops, hair salons, and restaurants
– Bowring Commercial Centre : Ethnic shopping center, a variety of nostalgic shops.
– Kowloon Park : Green Lifestyle Sightseeing Spot
– St. Andrew’s Church & Christian Action Center for Migrants Domestic Workers :
Conditions faced by migrant domestic workers and assistance provided by the center
– Boundary Street: Hong Kong’s minimum wage, coffin house and cage house
– Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre:
A tour inside the mosque and a brief introduction on the three Sect (Sunni Islam, Shia Islam and Khariji Islam)
– Chung King Mansion & Christian Action Center for Refugees:
The original of Chung King Mansion and how it became a multicultural area?


Cancellation: Please note this tour may be cancelled due to the following conditions:

Weather:  Tour may be cancelled in the case of a typhoon signal three or a yellow rain signal. Cancellations due to weather will be announced on the website one hour prior to the tour’s start time.

Participants: Tours may be cancelled if fewer than two participants join the tour. In this case cancellation will be announced at the tour’s start time.

Friendly reminder: Please wear a hat or bring an umbrella, and stay hydrated to prevent heatstroke or heat exhaustion.

COVID‐19 Insurance: A Group Personal Accident Insurance covering COVID‐19 will be provided by Zurich Insurance and the cost is included as part of this quotation. ALL participants are required to provide the following information for the coverage: Full Name, HKID number, contact phone number.

Conditional Exemption for Local Group Tours: The Hong Kong SAR Government announced on 27 April 2021 the resumption of conditional exemption for licensed travel agents to organise local group tours of not more than 30 persons including working staff accompanying the local group tours, with effect from 29 April 2021. This tour is registered under the scheme.


充滿活力的香港既是國際大都會,獨特的移民史亦讓它成 為亞洲最為文化多元的城市之一。直到 2016 年的十年 間,香港的少數民族增長了 60%,看來論多元化,香港自 是無庸置疑。 然而,香港人又是否夠包容性去接納這份多元性?想像半 夜走在尖沙咀,迎面走來的是個南亞人,你會有什麼感 覺? 這次步行之旅,我們將從少數族裔的角度探索香港的歷史 ——香港作為一個社會如何從他們的多元文化中獲益,我 們又該如何保護這份香港價值。


  1. 在佐敦站 A 出口集合
  2. 廟街 —— 少數族裔的衣食住行 ,包括金鋪,髮 型屋,餐廳介紹
  3. 寶靈商業中心 —— 少數族裔的購物中心,五花八門的懷舊店舖。
  4. 九龍公園 —— 本地綠色生活景點
  5. 聖安德烈堂及勵行會(外傭) ——教會的歷史及其對香港家庭傭工的援助
  6. 九龍清真寺和伊斯蘭中心——走進清真寺並認識三大教派:遜尼派、什葉派和哈里哲派
  7. 重慶大廈及勵行會(難民) ——這座有小聯合國、民間非洲國家大使館之稱的傳奇大廈的前世今生。

請注意: 穿著合適的步行鞋
集合地點: 佐敦站 A 出口
集合時間: 下午 1:45
終點: 重慶大廈
結束時間: 下午 5:00
時長: 3 小時
價格: 每人港幣 400 元
團體人數: 不超過 28 人

COVID-19 保險: 團體個人意外保險保障包括新冠病毒將由 蘇黎世保險公司提供,並且成本包含在此報價中。所有參 與者需要提供以下資料而受保:全名、香港身份證號碼、 聯絡電話。

本地團體旅遊有條件豁免: 香港特別行政區政府於 2021 年 4 月 27 日宣布恢復持牌旅行社組織不超過 30 人的本地團體 旅遊的有條件豁免,包括陪同當地團體旅遊的工作人員, 自 2021 年 4 月 29 日起生效。該旅遊已根據該計劃註冊。





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