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Exploring Hong Kong Food – Indulge in the Flavors of the Orient

One of the two Special Administrative Regions of China is urban metropolis of Hong Kong. This oriental region is home to one of the most thriving economies of Southeast Asia, and is considered to be one of the biggest financial hubs of Southeast Asia. Hong Kong is also known for its rich heritage, unique blend of oriental and contemporary culture, and marvelous tourist attractions, making it an ideal tourist destination as well. A great choice of accommodation and an excellent private party venue Hong Kong is the Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong.

Ask anyone who has been to Hong Kong and they’ll be quick to tell you that food and dining is much more than just a means of sustenance, as it is actually a culture and an experience. The Orient is known for its flavorsome and wholesome culinary delights, and Hong Kong is widely considered to be the pinnacle of the Oriental food experience. With exquisite restaurants and busy night markets, Hong Kong offers you traditional and fusion dishes that are sure to leave you craving more!

Therefore, a trip to Hong Kong wouldn’t be complete if you do not explore its food and dining experience. One of the culinary masterpieces you must try while in Hong Kong is Dim Sum. Hong Kong is colloquially referred to as the Dim Sum capital owing to its many Dim Sum restaurants. Dim Sum is ideally serves as brunch or an evening snack, which is served in bamboo baskets containing three or four mouth-watering bite size snacks. Hong Kong is also known for its barbeque foods, including roast duck, Char Sui Pork, and the legendary Peking Duck. Seafood lovers are also sure to have a treat in Hong Kong, as many restaurants offer fish, crabs, prawns and lobsters cooked in almost every way imaginable!

The best place to really understand the food culture of Hong Kong is to visit a Dai Pai Dongs; large street food stalls which are located throughout Hong Kong, serving the best of Hong Kong’s dishes.

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+


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