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Hong Kong’s new foodie bus hits the streets

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Thomas Hung, chairman of the operator, Crystal Bus Holding Limited, said at a launching ceremony this week, the venture "combines concepts of tourism and catering, allowing tourists to enjoy local cuisine while experiencing Hong Kong's most representative attractions”.

Hong Kong's first sightseeing restaurant bus has been launched, offering tourists the chance to wine, dine and watch the world go by.

Thomas Hung, chairman of the operator, Crystal Bus Holding Limited, said at a launching ceremony this week, the venture "combines concepts of tourism and catering, allowing tourists to enjoy local cuisine while experiencing Hong Kong's most representative attractions”.

The sightseeing restaurant bus is a 47-seat double-decker serving food prepared by locally famous and Michelin starred restaurants.

Its service comprises day and night tours, with the day tour covering more than 20 attractions from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island or to the New Territories.

The two-and-a-half-hour day tour costs HK$380 (US$48.9) per passenger.

Night tours are only for booking out the entire bus and guests can choose the route for themselves.


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