CNN Parts Unknown Challenge: Hong Kong

CNN Parts Unknown Challenge: Hong Kong

Be Bourdain for a day: Win a trip for two to Tokyo by going on a foodie scavenger hunt
Get hungry. Get curious. Get lost!

Where can you dine in an old prison cell? Where are the smallest wontons in Hong Kong? 

Anthony Bourdain returns to CNN with the  Season 2 premiere of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown on September 16. To mark the occasion, we've donned the apron with Little Adventures in Hong Kong to serve up a whirlwind scavenger hunt for foodies. 

The CNN Parts Unknown Challenge will get 12 teams of two racing through the streets of Hong Kong to complete a series of food-related challenges.

Sign up on our official Parts Unknown Challenge website by Sunday, September 29. 

Is this the best wonton soup in Hong Kong? The event is open to both Chinese and English speakers. The winning Chinese-speaking and English-speaking team will each win a trip for two to Tokyo. 

Anthony Bourdain will judge one of the challenges remotely and announce the winner on his Twitter feed. The winners will also be announced on the CNN Travel Facebook Page

Conditions: 

  • Participants must hold a Hong Kong passport or ID card and be free to take part on Saturday October 5 from 1p.m. 
  • There is a social media element to this challenge so please ensure you have a registered Twitter and Instagram account.

Watch Season 2 of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown in Chinese

Launching on September 16, Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Season 2 airs Mondays at 9 a.m., Fridays at 10 p.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m. HKT on CNN International. This season, traditional Chinese subtitling will be available for Hong Kong viewers.

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