*According to the latest social distance measure released by the Hong Kong government, all live performance are now allowed in catering premises. Therefore, the “LGBT in Hong Kong 2.0” tour will be re-open to public!


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TOUR INFO

Thirty years after Hong Kong decriminalized same-sex sexual acts between consenting male adults in private, is Hong Kong becoming a more inclusive society for its LGBT community?

While ViuTV’s Ossan’s Love, a drama about a mid-age married man falling in love with a young man, has proved to be a big hit, people with opposite views also brought up equally controversial comments about the LGBT community.

So, we are to ask the question: how do today’s Hong Kong society and the LGBT community coexist?

In this walking tour, we will lead you through the historical landmarks of LGBT in Central, visit their gathering locations and get to know their communities. You will learn that LGBT rights in Hong Kong is not only about activism and TV series, but also touching stories written by each and every life in their community!

MEETING INFORMATION

Meeting Time: 10:00am

Meeting Point: Central (exact location will be announced soon)

Finish Time: 2:00pm

Finish Point: The Peak Cafe Bar

Duration: 4 hours

Price: HKD 450 per person

Group Size: No more than 28 people

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

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TOUR

Introduction – Know more about the history and activism of LGBT right in Hong Kong

St. John Cathedral – Introducing Pastor Pang, an LGBT pastor from BMCC (Blessed Ministry Community Church)

MC Yip – A cross-dresser in Hong Kong. Listen to MC Yip’s story and know more about the LGBT community in Hong Kong.

The Peak Cafe Bar – Human library with a current drag queen, back stage access to see his preparation for the drag show. Watch a drag show and enjoy a free beer/soft drink at the end of the tour.

OTHER INFORMATION

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.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation made at least 8 day(s) before activity date, will charge 50%. Cancellation made during 0 ~ 7 day(s) of activity, Non-refundable (0% refund)

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

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 black rain signal. Cancellations due to weather will be announced on the website two hours prior to the tour’s start time. If some attractions cannot be visited due to the rain, the tour guide will decide to change or cancel the tour depending on the safety conditions at the time.

Participants: Tours may be cancelled if fewer than ten participants join the tour. In this case cancellation will be announced seven days before tour starts.

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