“Explore Hong Kong in YOO Style” – Personalized tours of Hong Kong with unique insights into the city by local trendsetters


Hong Kong is always one of the favorite travel destinations in Asia with its famous paradise of shopping, eating and City of Life. Hong Kong is a dynamic city that’s filled with vibrant fusion of west and east, where cosmopolitan living co-exists in harmony with local lifestyles and timeless traditions.

To offer unique insights into Hong Kong which is filled with surprises, Award winning J Plus Hotel by YOO has introduced “Explore Hong Kong in YOO Style”, personalized tours of Hong Kong with unique insights into the city led by local trendsetters – celebrity chef Walter Kei, fashion guru Humphrey Cheung, and culture maven Johannes Pong who is also a media personality. These personalized insight tours in the Food, Fashion, and Arts & Culture scenes are tailoring one-on-one tours according to the specific interests of the tourists.

Walter Kei (3)Walter Kei’s Foodie Tours visit markets to select the best local ingredients, followed by personalized cooking classes in his own private kitchen or in collaboration with Michelin star-chefs, as well as discovering local delicacies. Bringing all his insider knowledge as a celebrity chef, food writer, TV host and author, he can also escort guests to discover unique local ingredients and remote dining experiences off the usual tourist trail, such as Tai O fishing village.

Humphrey CheungHumphrey Cheung knows the Hong Kong fashion scene inside out.  The graduate with first honours degree of Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, where Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and Stella McCartney studied, has worked for top fashion houses from Lane Crawford to Burberry and Giorgio Armani, as well as his own brand Pink Martini.  His Fashion Tours extend from designer icons to independent boutiques and hidden vintage outlets.  Bespoke tailoring is also included for shirts at Qipao, along with advice on outfits for special occasions and personal styling tips on mix and match shopping with high-end and low-end items.

Johannes PongJohannes Pong guides guests on Arts & Culture Tours from lesser-known galleries like PACE and Above Second, to established icons like Pearl Lam Galleries, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, The Cat Street Gallery and Liang Yi Museum, home to one of the largest and best-curated private collections of antique Chinese Ming and Qing dynasty furniture in the world.  The well-known culture writer is a regular on lifestyle TV programmes, including introducing Travel Channel’s Andrew Zimmern to snake soup on an episode of Bizarre Foods.

The itineraries of these personalized trip are priced according to personal request and depending on time and extent of experiences.  For more information, please visit www.jplushongkong.com.