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Experience an "Unseen" tour you never experience before. Unlike ordinary sight-seeing spots in Hong Kong, we offer a "dark" and inspiring experience. Please visit our website for more detail. PRE-BOOKING for English tour is essential as there are...more
Hours Today: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Shop 215, 2/F, Nob Hill Square, No.8 King Lai Path, Mei Foo, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
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Went to the couple's experience at DID Hong Kong. Although we were in a pitch black environment, but it was an eye-opening experience. The experience was entertaining with the help of our guide Alex, whom was visually impaired. It's an interesting social enterprise, it's a...More
I visited Dialogue in the Dark, HK with my daughters school and it was a unique experience for all of us. Navigating my way around a pitch dark room, experiencing a cafeteria where I was handed back correct change, being taught braille: the entire visit...More
A guided tour in a total dark environment. Touch, smell, walk without any light. The experience is good and the tour is well organized. The price is very reasonable and worthy. especially in the non-busy hour. But there is a bad news. Due to the...More
I think this is a must do to experience HK in eye-opening way...no pun intended. Imagine HK through other senses, not by what you see.
Great tour, fab guide and a highly recommended experience. My one regret is not discovering it earlier in order to...More
Very interesting experience of walking 1 hour in the dark. The tour gives you an experience of what it is like to be blind, living in a world of complete darkness going through the different scenarios in their daily lives with a walking stick and...More
We had gone there with the entire senior organisation's team members and were about 50 in our group. It was a fascinating experience and I do not want to divulge everything otherwise the experience will not be hold the surprise for you.
However, I would...More
I read about Dialogue in the Dark in a book called Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Taylor Brown and knew I wanted to experience it. There weren't any opportunities available in North America but fortunately I was planning a visit to Hong...More