Experiential Dining

Overview

xdiningAs part of their visit, some groups like to incorporate a meal into the day, consisting of food typically eaten in slum conditions. This option is typically enjoyed alongside the Struggle for Survival and Refugee Run simulation programmes, as part of a morning schedule. The meal is tasty, but reflects the constraints of the poor preparing them.

Note: the meal is fully vegetarian, and avoids common allergens such as dairy, nuts and sesame.

 

Available Booking Schedules

As mentioned, the experiential lunch is available as part of a morning programme and would extend a typical morning schedule as follows:

09:45     Arrival, bathroom break, name-tags

10:00     Introduction to the programme

10:30     Simulation

12:30     Experiential Dining

13:30     End of programme

 

Practical Information

  • Booking: Participation is by booking. If you would like to make a booking, kindly fill in our online booking form.
  • Language: This programme is available in English and Cantonese.
  • Suggested Group Size: We tend to suggest a minimum number of participants of 30 and a maximum of 100. It is, on occasion, possible to combine with other groups in order to participate.
  • Program fee: There is a program fee for this programme. Please email us for a quotation.
  • Suggested age-range for programme: 14 – Adult
  • Please check out our Booking FAQ’s for details on:
    • The terms and conditions of your booking (including our cancellation and weather policy, and what happens if your number of participants changes)
    • What to bring when you visit
    • Directions to our site
    • .. and more
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