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Above: Tsim Sha Tsui, Haiphong Road, main entrance of Sogo department store

Above: Central, Star Ferry Pier, outside Pier no. 6

This Soft Serve Ice Cream Truck is popular among locals and visitors. Their soft serve ice cream has a stronger milk flavour and less vanilla taste than other regular vanilla ice creams, which you can’t find anywhere else in Hong Kong. Soft serve ice cream truck were introduced in 1970. The hygiene department only allowed one ice cream machine per truck, that’s why each truck sells vanilla flavour only. However, in 1978, the government stopped issuing new licenses until now, thus there are around 16 trucks left in Hong Kong. They have regular spots in different areas in Hong Kong. These are the places you may probably find them: Hong Kong Island: Central: Star Ferry Pier, outside Pier no. 6 Causeway Bay: Lee Garden Road (next to the entrance of Apple shop in Hysan Place) Wan Chai: Golden Bauhinia Square Stanley: Stanley Main Street Kowloon: Tsim Sha Tsui: Star Ferry Pier, opposite to the Clock Tower Tsim Sha Tsui: Haiphong Road (Main entrance of Sogo department store) Mong Kok: Close to Broadway Cinema Mong Kok: Fa Yuen Street Mong Kok: Langham Place (Portland Street) Sham Shui Po: Fuk Wa Street (outside Sham Shui Po Station Exit D2) New Territories: Sai Kung Pier Hongkonguide tips: Since most of the locations are busy areas and the ice cream is popular, when there are many too many people buying their ice cream, the ice cream may not be cold enough. Then perhaps you can consider buying other products. They are usually freezing cold (and very hard to be precise)

Above: outside Sham Shui Po Station Exit D2


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