Tai Mo Shan Waterfall Adventure Hike more_vert
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Nestled within dense jungle on the breathtaking slopes of Tai Mo Shan Mountain, lie the Ng Tung Chai Waterfalls. A series of cascades spread over several kilometers, each waterfall is more dramatic than the last. Culminating in the spectacular 'Main Falls', Hong Kong's highest. Climb past rural villages and temples into another world, a steep sided world full of animals and fauna. Hidden within the dense vegetation you can uncover some truly stunning places. The city never felt so far away.

You will be picked up at Tai Wo MTR Station and head to Tai Mo Shan. Hiking in wild Tai Mo Shan to see the waterfalls will last 5 hours in total.

The trail takes about 3.7 miles and you will have 3.5 hours to hike. After that, it's your time to enjoy the majesty of the waterfalls.

This is an all year round hike and can be enjoyed in almost any weather conditions. Great on a sunny day, but also (unlike many other hikes) is very suitable for a murky or damp day.

The difficulty level of this hike is generally moderate with the odd strenuous section.

After hiking, you will end the tour by getting dropped off at Tai Wo MTR Station.

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The Dragon's Back Hiking Tour more_vert
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One of the finest hikes in Hong Kong, the Dragon's Back is a classic trail that combines many of the area's finest attributes. From mountain ridges and sheltered forest trails to the white sands of Big Wave Bay, it's no surprise that Dragon's Back has been hailed as Asia's best urban hike.

Meet your hiking guide at Shau Kei Wan MTR station and start this exciting small-group hiking tour away from hectic Hong Kong.

Navigating the undulating ridge that resembles a dragon's back, one is rewarded with stunning views of southern Hong Kong Island and its surrounds. Then descend through shaded pathways before reaching Big Wave Bay. There one can jump in and have a swim or rent a board for a surf. Perhaps relaxing by the beach side is more your style? Enjoying a nourishing meal and refreshing beverage would be the perfect way to cap off an awesome day.

This is a year round hike and can be enjoyed in most weather conditions; it's particularly great on sunny days or days with good visibility and best during the autumn months. The hike is relaxing and refreshing. It's generally easy with a few moderate sections.

After this off-the-beaten-track hiking tour at Dragon's Back, your guide will take you back to the MTR station to catch the metro back to your hotel.

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Three Dragon Gorge River Walking Tour more_vert
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Hidden away within Lantau Island is Yellow Dragon Gorge, a secluded oasis not far from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. Hike with your guide on a moderately strenuous route into the mountains, boulder-hopping upstream alongside vertical cliffs full of dense rainforest and cascading waterfalls. This 6-hour tour starts and ends in Tung Chung, not far from the airport.

Meet your guide at the Tung Chung MTR station on Lantau Island, located less than 15 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport — an ideal start and end point for anyone on a layover or with limited time in Hong Kong.

This year-round hike can be enjoyed in almost any weather conditions; summertime rewards you with multiple swimming opportunities in natural pools. Be prepared for a level of difficulty that is more than moderate, requiring agility and technical know-how as you traverse boulder-to-boulder and move around waterfalls.

Your guide will select from numerous routes possible on Lantau Island. Nearby Sunset Peak and Lantau Peak are among the finest mountains in Hong Kong to ascend; reigning supreme over the isle, they offer sweeping views.

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Arguably the crown jewel of rural Hong Kong, the Sai Kung peninsula is genuinely remote. Join your experienced guide for a day out exploring Hong Kong's wild side. Mountains, waterfalls, white sand beaches, unique rock formations - Sai Kung has it all. There is also the option to take a speedboat ride around the incredible Geo-Park on the way back. (Extra fee for boat, weather dependent)

You will meet your professional guide at Hang Hau train station and start today's adventure to Sai Kung beaches. It's going to be your perfect day to stay away from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong, and enjoy what nature brings you.

The vast land and sea area of the peninsula remains untouched by urbanization, and it is mostly covered by country parks. The marine ecosystem in Hoi Ha Wan is protected by law. If you are lucky, you will also get the opportunity to spot native birds like Chinese bulbul and white-eyed magpie. The rock formations are also magnificent, as the whole coast are almost composed entirely of volcanic materials. Acid lava can be found in the area surrounding the High Island Reservoir and the south islands. With so many options, your guide can mix things up a little for Sai Kung, according to what experience you're looking for and what the conditions are like.

After your exciting beach adventure, Your guide will escort you back to MTR station to take the train back to the city.

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Ma On Shan Climbing Adventure more_vert
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Conquer the highest peak in eastern Hong Kong on a hiking tour with a guide. You'll discover Ma On Shan (Saddle Peak) and its commanding presence over the surrounding landscape as you climb the mountain from Ma On Shan township, ascending the mountain slopes before traversing an exhilarating knife-edge ridge. It's a heart-pumping way to trade in the bustle of the city for some time in the great outdoors.

Your tour starts in Ma On Shan township, where you'll meet your guide and begin your climb up Ma On Shan (Saddle Peak).

Hike up the mountain, climbing its twin peaks and navigating one of Hong Kong's finest ridge walks before finishing your hike in the rural town of Sai Kung. This hike is possible year round, but autumn and winter are optimal, as conditions are generally pleasant. Some hikers do this climb in the summer months, but is for those who seek a serious sweat; sunny days between June and September can be sweltering.

Please note: This is a strenuous hike. You should be in pretty good physical condition in order to participate.

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Family-Friendly Tolo Harbour Cycling Adventure more_vert
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Explore Hong Kong's largest natural harbor during this 4-hour bike tour of Tolo Harbour. Meet your guide at the Tai Wai MTR Station then ride along a flat path amid tranquil natural surroundings and learn about the regional geography. Stop to take in the views of the Pat Sin Leng mountain range along the way.

Meet your guide at the Tai Wai MTR Station and set out for nearby Tolo Harbour. Once you're fitted with a bike and helmet for your tour, you'll have ample time to explore this scenic setting of Hong Kong. With the water never far away, the vistas across the Pat Sin Leng Mountains are at your fingertips. 

Follow a flexible and flat route along dedicated bicycle paths, making this 4-hour tour ideal for beginners, youngsters, or anyone who prefers a relaxing ride. The picturesque surroundings can be enjoyed year-round in most weather conditions, and are particularly great on sunny days with good visibility.

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Plover Cove Bicycling and Hiking Waterfall Adventure more_vert
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Combine hiking and bicycling on this 5-hour tour of Plover Cove and its scenic natural surroundings. You'll explore Hong Kong's wilderness with a guide on this action-packed outdoor adventure, including a trek into highland forests with natural pools and waterfalls. Start and end at Tai Po Market MTR Station.

Meet your guide at Tai Po Market MTR Station. Starting in Tai Mei Tuk, you will bicycle around the Plover Cove region, keeping an eye out for lakeside vistas on the ride. If you're feeling adventurous and want more of a challenge, ask your guide to begin your journey in Tai Wai to add an extra 12 miles (20 km) onto the route.

Afterward, venture up into the highlands on foot. Hike through lush forest landscapes in search of hidden waterfalls while your guide points out any wildlife. You'll hardly believe you're in Hong Kong. If you'd like to amp up your trek with more hills, there are plentiful options to explore the remote eastern ranges of Pat Sin Leng and Plover Cove Country Park.

This year-round tour can be enjoyed in almost all weather conditions, and summertime offers numerous opportunities to swim in natural pools.

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Hong Kong Geopark Kayaking Adventure more_vert
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From the white sands of Pak Lap, embark on an adventure with your expert guide in search of uninhabited islands, jaw dropping rock formations and untouched beaches. Paddle through dramatic sea arches and caves, among-st dramatic basalt rocks. Then have a rest on the unspoiled beach of Long Ke Wan.

Meeting your guide at Hang Hau MTR in the morning, and make your way to Sai Kung ferry pier, then embark on either a 20-minute minibus or taxi ride to Sai Kung Country Park.

The area is a sanctuary for many types of marine life and is among the most pristine places to be found in Hong Kong. Never mind the kayaking, for many the beautiful journey just to get there is worth the effort. However, once you dip your paddle into her clear calm waters, Hong Kong takes on an entirely new aura. 

Depending on weather conditions and the group/individuals' ability, you might be able to explore different areas of the park. 
With abundant sea life, scattered coral beds and beaches aplenty, there is more than enough to fill a day.

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3-Day Small Group Cycling Tour in Kaiping and Chikan from Hong Kong more_vert
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This unique small group bike trip covers a 62 miles circuit over three days, touring through the UNESCO listed World Heritage Castle House villages that make up Kaiping County, an area that first saw mass immigration to the West and subsequent returning wealth and architecture a century ago. Pass through sky high bamboo forests, hidden majestic mansions and bustling market towns. This tour is cost inclusive from start to end plus a souvenir cycling shirt for all participants!

Day 1: HK - /Kaiping - Chikan - Ma Jiang Long (L,D)
Assembling in Kowloon by 7:30AM, you are off on the trip to Kaiping. After clearing customs and immigration you will be on your waiting coach for an one-hour trip to your lunch in Kaiping. From Kaiping, you will cycle to Chi Kan Village from Nan Lou - the Southern Defense Tower. Riding through Chikan District, you will pass by Ma Jiang Long, a historic village in Guangdong. Afterwards, you will take a coffee break. From here you are cycling back to Kaiping and head back to hotel. The whole cycle will be around 17 miles cycling today.

Day 2: Chikan - Enping - Kaiping (B,L,D)
Today’s castle lane brings you the mansions of Li Yuan and then on to Zili Village from Chikan. The cycling distance around these two stops of interest is 6 miles. Once you have finished your exploration of Zili village, you will cycle about 4 miles to village “49” and then bus or ride 6.5 miles to your lunch spot at Sha Hu (Sandy Lake). The afternoon ride will be mostly some village paths, forest trails and roads are not very famous but beautiful, such as Shengtang. Your last stop today is the castle house of Jin Jiang Li, and you will receive a free shirt here. The whole cycle will be around 37 miles today.

Day 3: Kaiping - HK (B, L)

A morning cycle loop of the castle houses and villages at south of Kaiping, it will be around 12 miles and then check out from the hotel. You will end up the travel back to Hong Kong by an afternoon boat.

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Half-Day Hong Kong Cycling Tour Including Dim Sum Lunch more_vert
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It would take nerves of steel (and perhaps a cavalier attitude towards life in general) to cycle within Hong Kong's downtown, but biking in the untouched New Territories is an entirely different story. This guided cycling tour is not just a workout on two wheels, it includes a visit to an age - old walled village, a mysterious tree house and an internationally recognized bird migration area. Ending with a reviving Dim Sum lunch.

On this small group cycling tour you'll first cycle through villages in Hong Kong and then bike to Nam Sheng Wai Peninsula, where thousands of migratory birds stay warm for the winters. The tour then winds its way towards Yuen Long for a reviving Dim Sum lunch.

Cycling Schedule:
9:00-9:30 - bike adjustments, helmet adjustments, warm up, bike safety briefing introduction
9:30-10:30 riding into Shui Tau village with stops of interest and discussions
10:30-11:30 riding through Nam Sheng Wai to Yum Cha in Yuen Long
11:30-12:30 Dim Sum Lunch

After lunch, you will be guided to take public transportation at Yuen Long station to end your half-day tour.

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It would take nerves of steel to cycle within Hong Kong's downtown, but biking in the untouched New Territories is an entirely different story. This guided cycling tour is not just a workout on two wheels, it includes a visit to an age - old walled village, a mysterious tree house and an internationally recognized bird migration area. You will also enjoy a reviving Dim Sum lunch.

On this small group cycling tour you'll first cycle through villages in Hong Kong and then bike to Nam Sheng Wai Peninsula, where thousands of migratory birds stay warm for the winters. The tour then winds its way towards Yuen Long for a reviving Dim Sum lunch.

Cycling Schedule:
9:30-10:00 - bike adjustments, helmet adjustments, warm up, bike safety briefing introduction
10:00-11:00 riding into Shui Tau village with stops of interest and discussions
11:00-12:00 riding through Nam Sheng Wai to Yum Cha in Yuen Long
12:00-13:00 Dim Sum Lunch

After lunch you are off by bike again into the Wetlands behind the Park and along Deep Bay Rd. You will bike 16 miles at the Wetland Park where we will be able to purchase the entrance tickets to Hong Kong's Wetland Park at your own expense.

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3-Day Private Cycling Tour in Kaiping and Chikan from Hong Kong more_vert
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This unique private bike trip covers a 62 miles circuit over three days, touring through the UNESCO listed World Heritage Castle House villages that make up Kaiping County, an area that first saw mass immigration to the West and subsequent returning wealth and architecture a century ago. Pass through sky high bamboo forests, hidden majestic mansions and bustling market towns. This tour is cost inclusive from start to end plus a souvenir cycling shirt for all participants!

Day 1: HK - /Kaiping - Chikan - Ma Jiang Long (L,D)
Assembling in Kowloon by 7:30AM, you are off on the trip to Kaiping. After clearing customs and immigration you will be on your waiting coach for an one-hour trip to your lunch in Kaiping. From Kaiping, you will cycle to Chi Kan Village from Nan Lou - the Southern Defense Tower. Riding through Chikan District, you will pass by Ma Jiang Long, a historic village in Guangdong. Afterwards, you will take a coffee break. From here you are cycling back to Kaiping and head back to hotel. The whole cycle will be around 17 miles cycling today.

Day 2: Chikan - Enping - Kaiping (B,L,D)
Today’s castle lane brings you the mansions of Li Yuan and then on to Zili Village from Chikan. The cycling distance around these two stops of interest is 6 miles. Once you have finished your exploration of Zili village, you will cycle about 4 miles to village “49” and then bus or ride 6.5 miles to your lunch spot at Sha Hu (Sandy Lake). The afternoon ride will be mostly some village paths, forest trails and roads are not very famous but beautiful, such as Shengtang. Your last stop today is the castle house of Jin Jiang Li, and you will receive a free shirt here. The whole cycle will be around 37 miles today.

Day 3: Kaiping - HK (B, L)

A morning cycle loop of the castle houses and villages at south of Kaiping, it will be around 12 miles and then check out from the hotel. You will end up the travel back to Hong Kong by an afternoon boat.

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5-Hour Small Group Kowloon Sightseeing Tour more_vert
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An extensive excursion to Kowloon Island (translated as Nine Dragons). This tour covers three areas in Kowloon to let you walk through the significant parts of Kowloon Island.

Hong Kong is a soaring developed city. The high-rises and modern architectures in the Kowloon have almost edged out all traces of its historic origin.

Fortunately, with careful observation of the surroundings, the treasures are still there. This "Seeking Nine Dragons" walking tour will let you explore the significant parts of Kowloon. You will follow the trace of the Heavenly Goddess' descendants and the royal family of the Song Dynasty, as well as the relics of the most influential settlement in Kowloon area scattered in Wong Tai Sin and Kowloon City over 600 years. Following the treats of renowned delicatessen in the Kowloon City, the tour will visit the old urban area of To Kwa Wan where the landscape, shops and flats have frozen for almost half a century. Sad but true that such live history in Hong Kong will not last long. It will be gone in the near future when the clock of urban development ticks again. So join the tour before it will be gone!

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Half-Day Hong Kong Walking Tour: Origin of Fragrant Harbour more_vert
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This walking tour of Hong Kong involves some hiking and getting around by public transportation as you visit the attractions. Ride the tramway to the Peak and take a bus to an old village at Pok Fu Lam to seek out the origins of Hong Kong (translated as Fragrant Harbor).

Meet your guide and small group (maximum 15 participants) at the departure point in Central Hong Kong, and take a ride on the Peak Tram (ticket included). Ride up to Lugard Road at the Peak where a scenic promenade showcases the view from 1,312 feet (400 meters) above Hong Kong. See bountiful flora and historical monuments en route while you learn about the original coal-fired tramway before it became electrically powered in the 1920s.

Afterward, take a bus to Pok Fu Lam for snacks or homemade dim sum. In the old village, hear tales about how Hong Kong got its name (literally, Fragrant Harbour) and perhaps search for the origin of the 'fragrant stream,' which can still be found here despite being threatened by urban development. During your heritage walk through the atmospheric village, learn about Hong Kong's primary university, dairy farm, and other 'firsts' long forgotten.

At the end of your 5-hour tour, your guide accompanies you by bus back to Admiralty Station.

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Most people busily hunt for souvenirs for their friends when traveling. The desirable choices should be unique and meaningful. Why don't you make one with your own hands? Renowned local artist Choi Chi will teach you to craft the world's only handicraft for your beloved ones from this activity. It is fun to learn and well manageable even for the rookies. This handicraft workshop (90 minutes) is also followed by a evening walking tour to indulge in the history of time. Participants can enroll in either one single activity or a combo of two events.

At 4:15pm, your host will meet you at Sheung Wan MTR station Exit E, and take you to handicraft workshop. Your class instructor will coach you to craft your own adorable travel souvenir. After finishing the workshop, you can have an option for joining a hearty evening walking tour at 6:15pm (2.5 hours) from POHO, or Tai Ping Shan District (Tai Ping, literally orderly and peaceful) to the forgotten corner of Victoria City, and to taste the delicacies of the old days. Light snack will be provided for both sections, and meal break will be arranged for the combo participants.

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Expert-Led Hong Kong Food and Culture Walk: Sunday Morning in Wan Chai more_vert
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Join a local chef or journalist on a 2.5- to 3-hour food tasting and cultural walking tour through an old Hong Kong neighborhood. Pull up a stool and eat a typical brunch with locals, visit bustling outdoor markets, and slip into hidden temples and down backstreets while getting up to speed on Hong Kong's history and current events. You'll get an insider's perspective that takes you beyond the typical street scenes.

On Sunday mornings Hong Kong slows down its pace, making for a more tranquil time to explore granite-paved backstreets when local eateries are less crowded. Join a cohort of travelers capped at a maximum of five, and meander down alleys to small hideaways in search of culinary delights with a chef or journalist as your guide. This small-group tour is also a great option for expats who are still familiarizing themselves with Hong Kong. 

During the 2.5- to 3-hour itinerary, you're introduced to typical Hong Kong street foods and snacks, including bakery treats, milk tea or coffee, pork sandwiches, and egg tarts. Discover Hong Kong's comfort food as you rub elbows with the locals over a typical breakfast at an old-school cha chaan teng (tea cafe). 

Familiarize yourself with daily life in the city as you wend your way around the lanes of the culturally rich Wan Chai district. Experience the sights and smells of an open-air food market; sample a home remedy herbal tea prepared by a Chinese medicine practitioner; and peek into the secret garden behind a hidden temple. 

Conclude at the starting point, near a major transit station.

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Spend an informative afternoon in a hidden area of Hong Kong: Kennedy Town. This history-rich part of the city stands well behind the modernization curve, and you'll see it with a neighborhood local as your guide. Visit a Chinese temple, bustling market, and public housing estate. Squeeze into a hole-in-the-wall Hong Kong joint for the best egg tart in town, and indulge in a craft beer or a glass of wine alongside the harbor at sunset.

Meet your guide near the Kennedy Town MTR station, located just minutes away from downtown. Set off on foot with a small group, capped at five participants for a personalized tour of this neighborhood at the western end of Hong Kong Island. Soak up the village-like atmosphere on the edge of Victoria Harbour. Stroll through the laneways lined by tenements and wrap-around buildings, passing street food hawkers and century-old banyan trees. 

Follow your guide to an exquisite Chinese temple tucked into a hillside, and stop by the statue of Lo Pan, the God of carpenters and contractors. Visit a bustling market alongside local residents, and see a public housing estate in this historically working class district, once home to a slaughterhouse, contagious diseases hospital, and public mortuary. Learn about this grittier side to Kennedy Town while you walk along the docks leftover from a bygone era. 

You'll taste freshly baked egg tarts and buns at a bakery, and relax with a glass of craft beer or house wine at a lovely waterfront cafe.

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Skip the Line: Hong Kong Pub Crawl more_vert
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Join us to explore Hong Kong's awesome nightlife with experienced pub crawl guides. Get a free shot at all four bars, plus the best drink deals at every stop – such as HKD20 beers and HKD30 cocktails! Enjoy free VIP entry to the hippest club in town with discounted drink deals. Forget about taking the perfect selfie - a professional photographer is tagging along to document the epic night!

Meet us at Central Hong Kong and hit up some of the best nightlife spots in Hong Kong on our 6-hour Thursday night pub crawl through the city. Follow your guides as you are led to 4 unique bars and 1 VIP entry to one of the hippest clubs in town. Along the way, you will meet new friends, who could be travelers, locals, or students.

At each stop, you will have free entrance into the bar or club and will be greeted with a free welcome shot. After that, take advantage of special drink deals, with beers priced at $20HKD and cocktails priced at $30HKD.

With experienced guides leading you from spot to spot, a pub crawl is a great way to explore the best that Hong Kong's nightlife has to offer with an unbeatable atmosphere and even a photographer on hand to capture all the moments!

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Private Tour: Customised 4-Hour Hong Kong City Tour more_vert
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This private half-day tour takes you to experience the true diversity of Hong Kong. You'll get the chance to appreciate some of the city’s more down-to-earth attractions, experience the city through the eyes of its locals and learn how the city lives and breathes.

This private half-day city tour will take you to discover the things locals do and learn about the local way of life in Hong Kong. Get a taste of different local cuisines, street food and even dine at places that are big with locals. See the local historic area and the spectacular skylines of Hong Kong from this tour, morning or afternoon, depends on your choice. 

Beginning from your hotel lobby, you'll first discuss about your preferences for the day and your guide can accommodate any requests of sightseeing. Your guide will then give you recommendations about how your tour will flow and input on anything else interesting that you might not be aware of. 

If you opt for the tour without private vehicle, you'll get to explore the city by foot and public transports, giving you a good perspective of the true Hong Kong local life. If you choose the option with vehicle, you'll enjoy your sightseeing with a comfy ride on a private air conditioned vehicle.

First, you'll spend your time touring Hong Kong island, where you'll see Hong Kong's modern skylines with spectacular views from Victoria Peak. You'll also get to visit other areas such as Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, Tin Hou and Sheung Wan. 

Swing by the streets of the historic area seeing the old British days of Hong Kong. Get into the local street markets where real local people live and shop. You'll get the chance to have your lunch at a Chinese restaurant where locals go for “Yum Cha”, also known as going for dim sum, a type of Chinese style brunch tea.

Your guide will also show you the specialties at a local bakery or a local cafe called "Cha Chan Teng". You'll also get to taste local street food with recommendations from your guide, showing you the best of Hong Kong. Learn what you want to know and not just what you are being told.

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If you are traveling through Hong Kong International Airport, make the most of your layover by taking a private guided walking tour of Hong Kong. See some major sites, such as Victoria Peak, Big Buddha, Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, and learn how to get around Hong Kong like a local. Customize your 4-hour layover tour based on your preferences and experience the world beyond the airport.

Begin your 4-hour private walking tour by meeting your local guide in the Hong Kong International Airport airport arrival hall. Take the airport train into the city accompanied by an informative local guide. Journey off the beaten track to see how Hong Kong locals live and work. See some of the major sites, learn how to get around Hong Kong, and even have a chance to try some local cuisine. Plan and customize your private tour depending on the length of your layover and your preferences, just let your guide know if there are specific things you would like to see or do. Return to the airport in time for your connecting flight at the conclusion of the tour.

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Private Culinary Tour of Hong Kong more_vert
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Celebrate the culinary traditions of Hong Kong and eat like a local on this 4-hour private walking tour. Sample delectable treats such as sweet, crispy barbecued pork and dim sum while strolling through the historical streets of Hong Kong and Kowloon. Your personal guide will unveil cultural landmarks as you venture into time-honored establishments to taste delicious cuisine. Pricing is per group, based on a maximum of four people.

Begin your private walking tour by meeting your guide in the lobby of your hotel or at the cruise port. You'll taste your way through the heart of Kowloon and Hong Kong by sampling foods in the rows of restaurants that line the historical streets of this popular shopping, dining, and sightseeing destination. 

Try several varieties of Chinese cuisine while you explore unique culinary stops, such as bustling food markets and a traditional Hong Kong–style bakery. Tastings may include: bite-sized dim sum, char siu (barbecued pork), seasonal fruits, milk tea and boba (bubble tea).

Learn about local culinary traditions and etiquette from your guide, then return by private vehicle to your hotel or the cruise port at the conclusion of your 4-hour tour.

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Explore the modern metropolis that links Hong Kong to mainland China on a full-day private tour of Shenzen. Learn how the city has developed into a megacity over the past several decades. With your guide, customize the itinerary of your personalized tour according to your preferences. Pricing is per group, based on a maximum of five people.

Begin your private full-day tour by meeting your guide at the Hong Kong cruise terminal or the lobby of your centrally located hotel. You'll head straight to Lo Wu, the central suburb of Shenzhen, located in southern China. Travel between attractions by taxi and public transportation, or upgrade your tour with the convenience of a private vehicle and driver (including fuel) to maximize your time.

Your guide will explain the history of the city while you learn facts and figures about its regional development and snap photos of panoramic city views. In the afternoon, travel to Overseas Chinese Town to purchase lunch (own expense).

Look out at the Chinese Folk Culture Village and Window of the World theme park from the monorail. Other noteworthy sights include the highest observation point in the city, the bustling streets of Dong-Men, and the Lo-Wu shopping district where you'll find bargains. Perhaps visit a middle-class suburb to see how the locals live and gain an understanding of daily life. Your guide will offer recommendations for a customizable itinerary.

Conclude with the return to Hong Kong and drop-off at your hotel or the cruise port.

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See the city lights and active nightlife of Kowloon on this private 4-hour tour of Mongkok at night. Walk around this Hong Kong district while accompanied by a personal guide and visit places such as Ladies' Market, Temple Street Night Market, and Goldfish Street. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.

Your personal guide will pick you up from your hotel lobby in Hong Kong. Then, head toward the heart of Kowloon to experience Mongkok at night — a completely different scene compared to the daytime. Walk through crowded night markets and discover how the locals find entertainment; due to the limited living space, they can often be found hanging out and sharing activities on the city streets. As you walk, your guide will share this authentic experience of living in Hong Kong.

Venture to the Temple Street Night Market and Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street to find a range of items. Then, stroll through Goldfish Street, which is lined on either side with shops selling many types of fish, from oddly shaped goldfish to colorful tropical species with high price tags. Later, explore the night skyline of Victoria Harbour with its skyscrapers lit up on both sides. At your request, dinner at a local restaurant can be arranged, or your guide will be happy to escort you to taste some popular street snacks (own expense).

When your 4-hour night tour comes to an end, you will be transferred back to your hotel by private vehicle.

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Experience Hong Kong from the air on a flight seeing adventure by MD902 helicopter. This shared aerial tour operates on a per-seat basis with up to six passengers; tours depart from the Peninsula Hong Kong or the Wanchai Heliport. You may also select a private helicopter tour when booking, if you prefer.

Your Hong Kong Island helicopter tour provides panoramic, bird's-eye views of Victoria Harbour and attractions around the island. Board your air-conditioned MD902 Explorer, an ideal platform for aerial views of the city; you'll enjoy its comfort, safety, and reliability.

See landmarks of the Hong Kong skyline, including the Central district with its headquarters to many international corporations and Two International Finance Centre (IFC), the second-tallest building in Hong Kong. Admire the Bank of China Tower, and look down on the Star Ferry Pier, connecting Central to Tsim Sha Tsui. Other sights include the International Commerce Center, Hong Kong’s tallest building; the Avenue of Stars, a promenade along the waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui; Aberdeen Harbour, an area in the south known for its floating village and seafood restaurants; and the Hong Kong Golf Club, home to one of the oldest golfing societies in Deep Water Bay. Fly over Kai Tak Airport, famed for its low approaches and now the site of the cruise terminal; the summit of Victoria Peak; Wan Chai, a bustling nightlife district and home to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and Golden Bauhinia Square; and Happy Valley, a prestigious residential area known for its Happy Valley Race Course.

Your tour starts (and ends) from either the rooftop of the Peninsula Hong Kong hotel or the Wanchai Helipad, located next to the Convention and Exhibition Centre and Golden Bauhinia Square.

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Hong Kong TramOramic Sightseeing Tour plus 2-Day Tramways Ticket more_vert
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Discover Hong Kong, from its historical landmarks to modern skyline, during a 1-hour sightseeing tour aboard an elegant 1920's style, historical tram and two full days of access to the city’s public tram network. On the TramOramic tour, travel through Hong Kong on a vintage open-top tramcar to see major landmarks and learn about daily life in the city. Then use your 2-day Hong Kong Tramways ticket to explore the city independently.

Your 1-hour Hong Kong sightseeing tour begins at one of two starting points—Western Market Terminus or Causeway Bay Terminus, depending on the departure time of your selected tour.

Hop aboard your vintage, double-decker, open-top tram for a journey past Hong Kong Island sights like Macau Ferry Pier, Man Wa Lane, Tak Wing Pawnshop and Statue Square. See landmarks like the Supreme Court, Bank of China building, Lippo Centre, Tai Yau Plaza and Times Square, and pass by Happy Valley Race Course & Jockey Club and Happy Valley Cemeteries.

During the ride, listen to recorded commentary put together by knowledgeable tour guides and historians about life in Hong Kong, plus enjoy the onboard ‘minimuseum’ of pictures, videos and artifacts on the lower deck of the tram. You can admire old photographs of Hong Kong, watch retro television commercials and learn about the history of the tram system, which dates back more than 100 years.

While the tram captain drives you safely down busy streets, your onboard tram host is available throughout the tour to answer any questions you have. The tour ends at the opposite terminus from where you started.

Hong Kong Tramways Access:
Your 1-hour tram tour includes a 2-day ticket, known as the Golden Ticket, for independent use of the Hong Kong Tramways regular passenger services. With almost 20 miles (30 km) of tracks, the extensive transportation network offers you easy access to continue sightseeing on your own. Use it like you would a hop-on hop-off tour to get yourself to places of interest like Victoria Park, Central and Causeway Bay.

After receiving your Golden Ticket from your host on board your TramOramic tour, you have the rest of that day and the two full days following your tour to use it.

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Kowloon Evening Walking Tour with Dinner: Yau Ma Tei and Jordan more_vert
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On this unique 3-hour evening walking tour, you’ll experience the vibrant nightlife of Yau Ma Tei and Jordan: stroll through a century-old fruit market, enjoy a delicious local dinner, immerse in a traditional singing parlour on Temple Street, get your fortune told under a banyan tree, as well as hear local folklore that you’ll laugh about and remember for a long time to come.

    Join us on this in-depth 3-hour evening walking tour, you will learn about contemporary Hong Kong through the heritage red-brick building on Shanghai Street and the classic Yau Ma Tei Theatre. Hear fascinating stories about day-to-day life of old Hong Kong at Yau Ma Tei Fruit Wholesale Market, a century-old fruit market for a blend of hilarious urban tales and exotic fruits.

    Save your appetite for dinner in Mido Café, a local institution, or at a local taipaidong (a street side restaurant). Embrace in the ambiance of night Hong Kong, hear stories about this gritty, down-to-earth part of Kowloon, and dine in some of the local's favorite dishes.

    After dinner, you will visit a singing parlour in Temple Street (Yau Ma Tei section) for authentic, old-school local entertainment. Soak in the lights and sounds at Temple Street market and see the stars in an old-school singing parlour that only lives on in this part of town.

    Roam along Temple Street in the relaxed night vibes around Tin Hau Temple and join in a fortune-telling experience. Get the chance to have your fortune told under a banyan tree before we cap off the night with more local food delights. At the end of this exciting 3-hour Yau Ma Tei and Jordan walking tour, your tour ends at “Wo Kee”,a local dessert shop in Temple Street where you can continue your exploration of night Hong Kong.

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      Small-Group Hong Kong Walking Tour: Central and Sheung Wan more_vert
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      Dive right into Hong Kong’s financial and commercial heart of Central, and weave among the skyscrapers to trendy yet traditional Sheung Wan. This tour is an insider’s guide to the city’s fascinating mishmash of the old and the new.

      The name makes it clear: Central lies at the frenetic heart of Hong Kong, and it’s an unmissable part of any visitor’s trip to the city. Under an electric backdrop of gleaming skyscrapers and mighty colonial buildings, we’ll talk about what defines Hong Kong.

      A short "ding ding" tram ride away lie the quainter charms of Sheung Wan, a historic and increasingly trendy neighborhood. Expect to find here hip boutiques and artisan bakers standing cheek-by-jowl with atmospheric Chinese temples and traditional Chinese trades.

      Along the way, we’ll lavish you with local stories that could get even a Hong Konger amused and surprised.

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      Hong Kong and Macau 4-Day Tour more_vert
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      Visit the signature landmarks of Hong Kong, Photograph the lovely UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Macau. 3 nights in 4-Star Regal Oriental Hotel in downtown Kowloon including the hotel shuttle bus round way transfer from the airport to hotel.

      Day 1 Arrival and Hong Kong city tour
      Arrival at Hong Kong airport, Please go to the airport counter at B14, arrival Hall. Look for "Regal Hotels International Airport Representative" logo. Take shuttle bus hotel. The bus leaves every hour, and it takes 45 minute to the hotel. The hotel you will stay is 4-star Regal Oriental Hotel, The hotel is easily accessible to all major transport links, shopping arcades, restaurants and tourist attractions.

      Your 5-hour afternoon Hong Kong tour starts from your hotel lobby at 12:50. A coach tour with English speaking tour guide to visit Victoria Peak and Sky Terrace by tram ride, sampan ride at Aberdeen Fishing Village, shopping at leisure in Stanley Market and Tse Sui Luen Jewelry Factory. If you prefer to take this tour on day 2, the pickup time is either 07:50 or 12.20. Please tell us on reservation.

      Day 2 Hong Kong shopping day (B)
      Free time in shopping paradise of Hong Kong day! Hot Places for Shopping on Hong Kong Island (Along the line station of MTR ) :

      In Causeway Bay:
      Time Square ( Special and Mega shopping mall )
      Sogo Mall ( Japanese shopping mall )
      Paterson Street

      In Mong Kok:
      Langham Place ( Special and Mega indoor street shopping mall, is landmark in Asia)
      Ladies Night Market
      Sai Yeung Choi Street (Broadway Street)
      Nathan Road ( is main road in West Kowloon, also is shopping street there)

      Please there is no tour guide or coach service inclusive for today.

      Day 3 Hong Kong to Macau (B, L)
      When you're in Hong Kong, you're never just in Hong Kong because with just one ferry ride, you can reach the remarkably lovely land of Macau. Your tour guide will pick you up at the hotel lobby at 7:20AM, they will then transfer you to the Hong Kong Ferry Terminal for departure to Macau. Once the tour ends, transfer you back to your hotel in Hong Kong.

      Upon your arrival in Macau, your sightseeing tour begins with several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These attractions include the Section of the Old City Walls, Na Tcha Temple, Mount Fortress and A-Ma Temple.

      You will also visit the signature landmarks of Macau – Ruins of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, which was built in 1602 and burned down in 1835. Miraculously, the fine arts of carving and statues can still be seen on the surviving facade. You will then proceed to visit Macau Tower (Admission on own expenses) and then go on to visit the grand and luxurious Casinos.

      Day 4 Depart (B)
      Free time till transferring you to airport by shuttle bus. Pick you up from your hotel lobby. Please tell the tour operator your flight code and flight time when booking the tour.

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      5-Day Hong Kong and Macau Sightseeing Tour more_vert
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      Enjoy a multi-day classical Hong Kong city tour, with a full day shopping included. Explore the world heritage site in Macau, with free time in the famous hotel Venetian for shopping, shows and leisure time.

      Day 1 - Arrival at Hong Kong
      Arrive at Hong Kong International airport, go to counter B14 at the arrival hall and check in for the free hotel shuttle bus. With the guidance of counter staff of "Regal Hotels International Airport Representative", take hotel shuttle bus and transfer to the hotel. The hotel shuttle bus is available every 30-minutes from 7:30am to 11pm.

      Accommodation: Regal Oriental Hotel Hong Kong 4-star

      Day 2 - Hong Kong City Tour (B)
      Be picked-up at the hotel lobby at 7:50am and start your 5-hour Hong Kong city tour. The tour includes a one-way tram ride to the summit of Victoria Peak, where you'll enjoy the spectacular view of the city skyline at Sky Terrace. You will then go on to visit the Aberdeen Fishing Village, then proceed to Stanley Market, a shopper's paradise, where you can find a wide variety of souvenirs such as silk, garments, sportswear, Chinese artwork and accessories.

      Accommodation: Regal Oriental Hotel Hong Kong 4-star

      Day 3 - Hong Kong Ocean Park(B)
      Your day will start with a pickup from your hotel lobby at 7:50am. Afterward, your guide will take you to Ocean Park by coach.

      Accommodation: Regal Oriental Hotel Hong Kong 4-star

      Day 4 Hong Kong to Macau (B, L)
      Get picked-up at the hotel lobby at 7:20am. Your guide will then transfer you to Macau Ferry Terminal for departure to Macau. Upon arrival, a sightseeing tour begins with certain World Heritages Sites including section of the Old City Walls, Na Tcha Temple, Mount Fortress and Temple of A-ma.

      At 5pm, take a coach transfer to Grand View Hotel Macau. Service ends when you arrive at Grand View Hotel. Have some free time to explore the night of Macau. Your hotel is near the largest leisure and entertainment Mecca, the Cotai Strip. You will have the choice of either trying your luck at the gambling tables in Venetian Macao, shop till you drop at the Grand Canal Shoppes or treat yourself to taste a variety of international cuisine while you enjoy a spectacular life show.

      Accommodation: Grand View Hotel Macau 4-star

      Day 5 - Macau to Hong Kong airport (B)
      After your hotel breakfast, you will take the free shuttle bus to Macau Outer Harbour Ferry terminal back to Hong Kong airport. The ferry depart time:  0715, 0915, 1130, 1515, 1945.  Sailing time is 70 min.  The ferry ticket will be arranged by your tour operator in advance, and you will get it from your tour guide when you arrive at Macau on day 4. 

      Free hotel shuttle bus schedule
      Driving Time : Approx. 20 mins
      Bus Time: 0815, 0915, 1015, 1115, 1215, 1315, 1415, 1515, 1615, 1715, 1815, 1915, 2015, 2115.
      Ask front desk staff for a free ticket when you check out, give this ticket to bus driver.

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      Macau Excursion With Venetian Resort Visit From Hong Kong Island more_vert
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      Venetian Macao is the largest single structure hotel building in Asia. it is located in Cotai Strip Macao, Inspired by the Las Vegas Strips, It is the fastest growing entertainment district in the recent years funded by Las Vegas Sands. It hosts up to 30 resorts making it the newest vacation paradise. Enjoy this Macau sightseeing tour and visit the Venetian Resort.  Hotel pickup, Macau sightseeing, buffet dinner and round trip ferry tickets are all included. four hours free time for gambling, shopping and enjoying a variety of international cuisine within the resort.  Round trip ferry tickets will be reserved for you one day prior to the trip.  Your return ferry time is 10pm.

      The pickup time is between 7:30am to 7:50am. Your tour guide will pick you up at your hotel lobby, and you will board on 8:45am ferry to Macau. After sightseeing tour in Macau, transfer to Venetian Macau at 5pm. 4 hours free time in Venetian Macao. Take free hotel shuttle bus to Macau Ferry Terminal at 9pm, then you will take 10pm ferry back to Hong Kong.  Tour service ends when you have arrived at Venetian Macau.

      Round trip ferry tickets will be reserved for you one day prior to the trip.  

      PLACES TO VISIT in Macau

      • TEMPLE OF A-MA (UNESCO HERITAGE): The temple was built 400 years ago in homage to a girl who saved A seaman's life. 
      • RUINS OF ST. PAUL'S: Remain of the first church and Colleague of the Jesuits in China, built in the early 17th century
      • SECTION OF THE OLD CITY WALLS (UNESCO HERITAGE): A remnant of an early Portuguese tradition of constructing defensive walls around their port settlements, built in 1569.
      • MOUNT FORTRESS (UNESCO HERITAGE): It was built in conjunction with the Jesuits form 1617 to 1626.
      • MACAU TOWER (Admission on own expenses)
      • VENETIAN MACAO: You will have the choice to either trying your luck at the gambling table, shop till you drop at the Grand Canal Shoppes or treat yourself to taste a variety of international cuisine.

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      5-Day Hong Kong Tour including Disneyland and Ocean Park more_vert
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      This package includes accommodations at 4-star Regal Oriental Hotel in downtown Kowloon, a convenient location to go to all famous attractions and shopping malls, plus an unforgettable day in Hong Kong Disneyland.

      Day 1 - Arrival at Hong Kong
      After your arrival at the Hong Kong airport, you'll take the shuttle bus to your hotel. The bus leaves every hour, and it takes 45-minute to the hotel. Overnight at the 4-star Regal Oriental Hotel.   

      Day 2 - Hong Kong City Tour (B)
      Be picked up from the hotel lobby at 7:50am and start your 5-hour Hong Kong city tour. Firstly, looking down from Victoria Peak, you'll be amazed by the spectacular view of the city skyline. Then, visit Aberdeen Fishing Village, where you can gain a deeper insight of an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in other parts of the world. View the rows of old junks and sampans as well as a glimpse of the daily lives of the fisherman. Proceed then to Stanley Market, a true shopper's paradise, where you can find a wide variety of souvenirs such as silk, garments, sportswear, Chinese artwork and accessories. Overnight at the 4-star Regal Oriental Hotel.

      Day 3 - Hong Kong Ocean Park (B)
      Start the day with a pickup from your hotel lobby at 7:50am. Afterward, your guide will take you, by coach, to the marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park known as Ocean Park. Overnight at the 4-star Regal Oriental Hotel.

      Day 4 - Hong Kong Disneyland (B)
      Be picked up from your hotel lobby at 9:50am. Your guide will transfer you to the Hong Kong Disneyland for the day. Visit the traditional Fantasy Land, Tomorrow Land, Adventure Land, watch the Disney Parade at American Main Street. It is highly recommended that you visit something that you can only find in Hong Kong Disneyland, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land and Grizzly Gulch. Take an exciting ride on Big Grizzly Mountain's Runaway Mine Cars. Enjoy your time until fireworks finish at 9:00pm. Transfer back to hotel by coach. Overnight at the 4-star Regal Oriental Hotel.

      Day 5 - Hotel to Hong Kong airport (B)
      Take the airport shuttle bus from your hotel at your desired time. You should be at the airport at least 2-hours prior to your flight's depart time. Which bus should you take? Please tell the tour operator your flight details to and from Hong Kong when you reserve this package.

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      Hong Kong Sightseeing plus Jumbo Kingdom Lunch with Pickup from Kowloon Area more_vert
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      Discover the highlights of Hong Kong in this full-day tour, which includes visits to a traditional Chinese temple built in 1847 and a tram ride to Victoria Peak with spectacular views of the city skyline. Afterwards, enjoy a dim sum lunch at Jumbo Kingdom restaurant and free time to browse the stalls at Stanley Market.

      Meet your English-speaking guide in your hotel lobby between 9:50am and 10:30am and board the air-conditioned coach to your first stop, Man Mo Temple. Built in 1847, the temple is dedicated to the god of literature, Man, and the god of martial arts, Mo, and is notable for its many polished brass and pewter incense burners.

      Next, ride the Peak Tram 373 meters to Victoria Peak. Operating for more than 125 years, the tram offers a spectacular optical illusion, making skyscrapers look like they are leaning at 45-degrees!

      Standing 1,811 feet (552 meters) tall, Victoria Peak is the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island. After enjoying the views and snapping some photos, board the tram again for the Sky Terrace – the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong. Standing 1,404 feet (428 meters) above sea level, it offers stunning 360-degree panoramic views of Hong Kong's city skyline, the world famous Victoria Harbour, and peaceful green hillsides.  

      Your next stop is Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, a traditional old fishing village where you can ride a sampan (a flat-bottomed wooden boat) and get an insight into the lives of Hong Kong fishermen.

      Enjoy a delicious dim sum lunch at the Jumbo Kingdom Floating Restaurant which has served rich and famous diners including HM Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise and Chow Yun Fat. Then head to Stanley Market and perhaps pick up some souvenirs from the stalls selling silk, clothing, Chinese artwork and accessories. 

      Your last stop is the TSL Jewelry Factory, where you can take a tour of the site and admire quality cut diamonds and original designed handcrafted jewellery.

      At approximately 5:30pm, the coach will take you back to your hotel where the tour ends.

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      City Sightseeing plus Jumbo Kingdom Lunch with Pickup from Hong Kong Island more_vert
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      Cantonese style Dim Sum food served in Jumbo Kingdom Floating restaurant is well known in Aberdeen Fishing Village, where you can gain a deeper insight of an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in any other parts of the World. This tour includes a visit to the traditional Man Mo Temple, tram ride to Victoria Peak, and free time shopping at Stanley Market.

      Please see the list below of hotels where pickup can be accommodated.

      Morning pickup from your hotel lobby between 9:50am and 10:30am. Actual time will be given at the time of reservation. Pickup is available from 40+ selected downtown hotels in Hong Kong Island. Transfer back to your hotel after the tour.

      MAN MO TEMPLE
      Built in 1847, the temple is dedicated to the gods, Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). The temple is notable for its many fine, well-polished brass and pewter incense burners.

      PEAK TRAM
      Operated for over 125 years, there's nothing in the world like riding the 373 meters long Peak Tram to visit the Victoria Peak. Many skyscrapers buildings you passed by look like they leaning at a 45 degree angle.

      THE SKY TERRACE
      Standing at 428 metres above sea level, it is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong offering a stunning 360-degree panoramic view across Hong Kong, including the Victoria Harbour.

      ABERDEEN TYPHOON SHELTER
      Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in any other parts of the World. You may gain a deeper insight of the lifestyle of Hong Kong fishing folks by riding on a sampan.

      DIM SUM LUNCH AT JUMBO KINGDOM FLOATING RESTAURANT
      Since its' establishment in 1976, Jumbo Kingdom have served many world famous celebrities and politicians, including HM Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise, Chow Yun Fat and many more. Now you can enjoy the same dim-sum as those mentioned above with a lunch at Jumbo Kingdom, exclusively arranged for you.

      STANLEY MARKET
      Stanley market is a Shoppers' Paradise where you can find a wide variety of souvenirs such as silk, garments, sportswear, Chinese artwork and accessories.

      TSL JEWELLERY FACTORY
      TSL is one of the few merchants that are the receiptian of the Outstanding QTS Merchant Award for more than 10 years and counting. Known for offering a wide range of products from quality cut diamonds to outstanding original design handcrafted jewellery, a visit to the TSL factory will give you an exclusive first-hand experience on its state of art jewelry facility.

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      5-hour Coach Tour: Hong Kong Heritage Discovery more_vert
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      Visit The New Territories, which is a piece of land located between Kowloon Peninsula and Mainland China.  Historically, it is the region described in The Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong Territory in 1898.  This is the place where traditional Chinese enhanced culture influence can be found. This tour brings to life the customs and cultures and provides a fascinating glimpse of Hong Kong's rich heritage.

      Pickup from meeting point at 8:45am every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday, except 1st , 2nd and 3rd Day
      of Chinese New Year, Christmas Day, Boxing day and New Year Day.

      TAI FU TAI & FAN TIN VILLAGE
      The opulent stately home built in 1865 by a scholar of the Man clan, Man Chune-luen, who was bestowed a title of Tai Fu (Mandarin) by The Qing Imperial government. Nearby is Fan Tin village where the Man clan members dwell.

      LO WAI WALLED VILLAGE & TANG CHUNG LING ANCESTRAL HALL
      A photo stop will be made at the Lo Wai Walled Village, the first walled village built by the Tang clan. The site was also declared a monument in 1997. Nearby is the Tang's Ancestral Hall, built in the 16th century, for clan rituals & ancestor worship.

      LAM TSUEN WISHING TREE
       A big banyan tree that is popular among local villagers who come to burn joss sticks and make wishes under it.
       
      MAN MO TEMPLE & TAI PO MARKET 
      A temple dedicated to the gods Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). Nearby is the Tai Po Market which used to be the trading ground of foods & goods around the New Territories and now is a thriving food market.

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      Macau Sightseeing Day Tour with One-Way Ferry from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Macau is a small peninsula in mainland China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong only 1-hour by ferry. It was an overseas territory of the Portuguese until 1999 and it reflects a mix of Portuguese and Chinese influences.  This Macau day tour includes hotel pickup service from selected hotel in Hong Kong, and coach transfer to your hotel in Macau after the tour.  It is perfectly designed for travelers who would like to have an overnight stay in Macau.

      Pickup from your hotel lobby in both Hong Kong and Kowloon area (see selected hotel list in voucher) from 7:30am to 8:00am, actual pickup time will be given at the time of reservation.  Transfer to ferry terminal to take 8:45am ferry to Macau. After the scenic ferry ride, disembark in Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal at 9:45am. 

      Your exciting Macau day tour starts with a visit of the ornate Temple of A-Ma, a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as the Ruins of St Paul's. Visit the Old City Walls and the Mount Fortress, have a buffet lunch at Rio Hotel, then continue to Sands Casino, and the Macau Tower (admission at own expense). 

      At 4:00pm, you'll be transferred to your hotel in Macau, or you might be drop off at Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal.  There are lots of free hotel shuttle bus waiting there, they can take you to many hotel or Casino in Macau.

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      Lantau Enlightenment Afternoon Tour more_vert
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      If you are not a early bird person, or only have time in the afternoon, this sightseeing tour is suitable for you. With the development of Ngong Ping Cable Car, the Island has become a new attraction in Hong Kong which is almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island. Come and join to visit one of the tallest outdoor seated Buddha Statue - TianTan Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery. Take amazing boat ride and explore Tai O, a quaint fishing village where the houses are on stilts. Pickup between 12:50pm to 1:10pm from your hotel lobby.

      This day tour begins at Tung Chung by coach, then take cable car ride to Ngong Ping in which you can have a better view of prosperous Hong Kong. Then it’s free time to walk around Tian Tan Buddha, and the Po Lin Monastery. Afterwards, you will make a stop at Tai O by coach, a quaint fishing village where the houses are on stilts. Boat ride is included to explore the village. At last, transfer back to your hotel by coach after the tour.

      NGONG PING CABLE CAR
      Ngong Ping Cable Car connects Tung Chung and Ngong Ping. The 5.7km cable car journey offers visitors spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of South China Sea, Hong Kong International Airport, North Lantau Country Park and Giant Buddha.

      CRYSTAL CABIN
      Only standard cabin ticket is included for cable car ride. Small extra cost on site can upgrade to crystal cabin. Equipped with a glass bottom, all new Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin is designed to feast your eyes with an astonishing bird's eye view. Feel the magic of the boundless sea and the rolling grassland slopes right underneath your feet.

      TIAN TAN BUDDHA
      It is located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, a large bronze statue of a Buddha Amoghasiddhi, also known as big Buddha, completed in 1993. The Buddha is 34 metres (112 ft) tall, weighs 250 tons. You need to climb 268 steps to reach the Buddha, there is a small winding road to the Buddha for vehicles to accommodate the handicapped.

      PO LIN MONASTERY
      Know as the "Buddhist Kingdom in the South". Po Lin Monastery is the most popular Buddhist temple in HK. The world's largest outdoor Buddha at the Po Lin Monastery becomes a site of Pilgrimage and is visited by Buddhists' from all over the world.

      NGONG PING VILLAGE
      It is set on a 1.5 hectare site on Lantau Island, adjacent of Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal and the Tian Tan Buddha Statue. This amazing cultural themed village has been architecturally designed and landscaped to reflect the cultural and spiritual integrity of the Ngong Ping area.

      TAI O FISHING VILLAGE (with boat ride)
      Tai O, was once the largest inhabited settlement on Lantau Island. The village's stilt houses on the waterfront, offer a glimpse into Hong Kong's past and provide a striking contrast with the modern city.

      THE STILTS HOUSE
      A free boat trip ride to cruise around the old fishing village is included. An highlight of the cruise is the stilts house, unusual, interconnected structures on water that form a tightly-knit fishing community for villagers to live in.

      TAI O HERITAGE HOTEL
      Built in 1902, as the Tai O Police Station, it is now a hotel with colonial design parlor represents the vintage architectural charm of the 19th century. In 2010, it was graded as a Grade II historic building by the Antiquities Advisory Board.

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      Magical World Entry Ticket more_vert
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      Magical World, located in Tsim Sha Tsui, is a platform for creativity. Unlike a traditional art museum, here visitors can climb right into an art piece and change the formation of the painting via their participation. Head to a dozen major cartoon sections with nearly 70 photography spots in the Luminous Disney Zone, a highlight of the exhibition. Visitors are the directors of their own photos in this 4D universe.

      Venture to Tsim Sha Tsui and spend the day with family or friends at Magical World. Meet your favorite cartoon characters such as Cinderella, Stitch, Minnie Mouse, and Mickey Mouse at the Luminous Disney Zone, where paintings become animated under fluorescent lights. With special sound effects and lighting to create a whole new experience, this exhibition highlight places you into a fantasy world with endless surprises.

      With 12 major cartoon zones and about 70 photo spots, you can step right into the action in 4D paintings at Marvel Comics, Monster University. Frozen, Toy Story, Star Wars, and more. Dance with Disney princesses and swim with Nemo or the Little Mermaid at the Underwater World.

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      Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong more_vert
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      Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong is a 3D visual art Museum located at the Peak Galleria Mall with magnificent views of the Victoria Harbour. Originated from South Korea, come and interact with the amazing art pieces and exhibits. You can create unforgettable memories with your family and friends in this world-class 3D museum.

      Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong introduces a completely new form of its artworks combining with digital screen technologies. It just goes beyond traditional 3D paintings. And to meet with the Hong Kong local market, the museum took Hong Kong's cultural heritage and developed localized Hong Kong themed artworks that capture the unique essence of the city. There are 5 different zones with more than 70 photo points that visitors can take photos. Visitors will be amazed with all 3D artworks in the museum that created by Korean artists and all artworks are tailor-made only for Hong Kong branch. Visitors are encouraged to touch, climb onto and immerse with the amazing exhibits. Each artwork on display is completed through active participation by the visitors. In the Trick Eye Museum, everyone can literally enter the paintings and become a part of masterpiece. It is an interactive museum where one can become an actor, a director and a photographer.

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      Walking in the Darkness Experience in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Visit Hong Kong's Dialogue in the Dark exhibition, a specially constructed pitch-black space that provides a new way to 'see' the world around you. With this admission ticket, give your eyes a rest as you are immersed into complete darkness, accompanied by a guide. Your other senses will be heightened while you explore foreign yet familiar places without the use of your sight. Select from two tour times when booking.

      During your 75-minute experience at Dialogue in the Dark in Hong Kong, your guide will lead you through the exhibition, introducing you to a world without light.

      You'll learn that without vision, your perceptions are challenged as you use your other senses to find out what you're capable of and how you use your senses in daily life. Visit five different settings and environments, each with its own unique texture, sound, smell, and even taste. A few real-world scenarios are designed for you so you can use your other senses to explore your surroundings in the dark.

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      Peak Tram Sky Pass: Tram Ticket, Hong Kong Sky Tour and Sky Terrace 428 Entry more_vert
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      Enjoy the ultimate peak experience with the Peak Tram Sky Pass, which offers transport aboard Hong Kong's funicular railway. See panoramic views and get a look at local art from the Sky Terrace 428, the highest 360-degree viewing platform in Hong Kong. In addition to stunning vistas you'll have access to shopping and dining.

      Important Note: You must go to the departure point Peak Tram Lower Terminus (33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong) for actual ticket redemption before taking your Tram ride.

      The Peak, Hong Kong's most popular attraction, includes a collection of unique must-visit attractions. Getting there by the Peak Tram is an unforgettable experience in itself. One of the world's oldest funicular railways, the tram rises to about 1,300 feet (396 meters) above sea level — so steep that the buildings you pass appear as if they are leaning over. 

      The vista has been further enhanced by the revitalization of one of Hong Kong's most striking landmarks, the Peak Tower, with its iconic wok-like top. A destination in its own right, it offers a dazzling array of leisurely shopping and dining experiences, perfect for souvenir hunting or savoring the view.

      Offering 360-degree panoramic views across Hong Kong, the Sky Terrace 428 stands 1,404 feet above sea level; it's a scenic spot that visitors should not miss. An added attraction on the terrace is the Sky Gallery, which showcases the works of the city's talented artists.

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      Hong Kong Island Food Tour more_vert
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      Enjoy local Hong Kong culture and cuisine on this fantastic 3.5 hour walking tour. Indulge in Goose, Dim Sum, Egg Waffles and more, whilst exploring local streets and markets. Tasting locations are a mixture of small family run businesses and some more established restaurants. This is small group tour limited to 8 people, ensuring a personalized experience, and is led by a fully licensed Hong Kong guide. Come to see and taste Hong Kong through the eyes of a true local.

      Explore Hong Kong cuisine on this 3.5 hour walking tour of Hong Kong Island. Commencing in North Point, the tour will take you to 5 - 7 fantastic tastings whilst you wander around this local suburb absorbing the sounds and sights of life in Hong Kong. See vibrant street markets, indoor wet markets (food markets) and cultural sights such as the only Chinese Opera theater in Hong Kong.

      Tastings on this tour include (Subject to Change):

      • Dim Sum: Indulge in Dumplings, Pork Buns and so much more at this Michelin star restaurant
      • Lo Soi Goose: Enjoy succulent Goose cooked in the traditional Chui Chow style
      • Mango Glutinous Rice Balls: Glutinous rice snack with a sweet mango and red bean paste filling
      • Pan Fried Pork Dumplings: Delicious dumplings from a local favourite hidden in the backstreets
      • Gai Daan Jai (Egg Waffles): This famous Hong Kong street snack is served from a modest hole in a wall
      • Dessert: Indulge in contemporary Hong Kong Style Desserts such as glutinous rice balls with sesame paste in a ginger soup

      The tour commences near North Point MTR station and at the conclusion of the tour your guide will either assist you to return to the closest MTR station, or will assist you into a taxi.

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      Mongkok Foodie Tour more_vert
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      Explore Hong Kong culture and cuisine as you weave through the busy streets of Mongkok on this 3.5 hour walking Food Tour. Famous for its vibrant atmosphere, shopping and markets, Mongkok is one of the best places to indulge in Hong Kong cuisine. Enjoy famous Roast Goose, Dim Sum, Snake Soup, Sweet Tofu pudding and more. This tour is perfect for foodies that are a bit more adventurous. Tasting locations are a mixture of small family run businesses and more established restaurants. This is small group tour limited to 6 people, ensuring a personalized experience, and is led by a fully licensed Hong Kong guide. Come to see and taste Hong Kong through the eyes of a true local.

      Immerse yourself in the vibrant street of Mongkok. Commencing in the afternoon near Mongkok MTR, the tour starts with a delicious tasting of Roast Goose before touring Mongkok's fascinating outdoor fresh food market. From there, you will explore the rest of Mongkok and discover many of the delicacies that Hong Kong is famous for.

      Tastings on this tour include (subject to change):

      • Dim Sum: This innovative restaurant has all your traditional favorites plus some more contemporary choices. Highly reviewed and simply delicious.
      • Roast Goose: Succulent goose with crispy skin and plum sauce from this goose specialty restaurant that is more than 50 years old.
      • Snake Soup: It’s true, it does taste like chicken. This tasty meaty soup is full of health benefits. You might try it for the novelty of snake, but it is the flavor of the soup that you will be impressed by. Always a favorite.
      • Dao Fu Fa (sweet tofu dessert): Silky smooth soft tofu in a sweet syrup. This eatery doesn’t look like much but is a favorite of some famous chefs.
      • Street Snacks: If you have been to Hong Kong before you would have seen these busy corner shops selling all sorts of skewers, but probably didn't know what they are and where it is safe to try. Try some local street snacks.
      • Bakeries: No eating experience in Hong Kong would be complete without trying some of the local baked goods. Your tour guide knows where to find the best.
      • Matcha Smoothie: Hong Kong locals love modern desserts, try a matcha and red bean smoothie

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      Walking Tour: Central and Sheung Wan Exploration in Hong Kong more_vert
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      This 2-hour walking tour of Hong Kong takes you from Central to Sheung Wan, two districts developed by the British in the 1840s. Explore the history of Hong Kong and get acquainted with its major attractions while your guide shares the stories behind each building. Enjoy light refreshments at local food stalls while you walk.

      Your 2-hour walking tour starts at Statue Square, located near the Central MTR Station where you'll meet your guide in the afternoon. Listen to historical anecdotes and learn how this city hub changed from a symbol of colonial governance to something uniquely Hong Kong. 

      Continue on foot to the Old Dairy Farm Depot, now housing The Foreign Correspondents' Club. Discover how local arts and culture evolved with the city over time. Making your way to Wo On Lane, find out how folk religion blends in with the nightlife hotspot of Lan Kwai Fong. 

      At the Yu Lan (Hungry Ghosts) Club, your guide discusses the history of hygiene in Hong Kong; learn why the locals are doubly concerned about powdering their noses and pacifying ghosts. Proceeding to Pak Tsz Lane Park, you'll get a look at a monument to the city's pivotal role in China’s revolutions and the founding of Asia’s largest republic.

      Stroll through Hong Kong’s oldest open market — Central Street Market — where 160 years of history faces urban development. Visit Man Mo Temple and see Upper Lascar Row, now a hotspot for antiques and secondhand goods.

      Enjoy several light refreshments at local food stalls (subject to change), such as Hong Kong–style mochi and fresh-pressed sugarcane juice. Your tour ends at the Sheung Wan MTR Station.

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      Private Hiking Day Tour: Hong Kong Country Park Adventure more_vert
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      Hong Kong has some superb hiking trails. The best-known hike is the 100km MacLehose trail, which intertwines with the 78km Wilson trail. Hong Kong Island itself has a 50km long hiking trail. For your personalized hiking tour, your tour guide will select the most interesting stages of these trails, often with variations based on local knowledge. Explore Hong Kong's green side with an experienced private hiking guide. This tour pricing is good for up to 4 people, which is perfect for you and your family or friends to get some stretch on a nice day!

      Your professional hiking tour guide will meet you at your hotel and discuss the route with you before taking off. The transfer to the country park in the New Territory will be done by taking Hong Kong's excellent public transport system. Private cars are not allowed in most of Hong Kong's Country Parks. Hong Kong's hiking trails are well maintained and save and lead the way into lush tropical valleys and up onto ridges offering spectacular mountain and coastal sea views.

      Following a network of paths, often on inter-village routes, you'll pass fascinating old Hakka clan villages and former rice paddies. Lunch is taken at a simple restaurant en route. Toilets are available en route as well. Normally, you will hike around 2 hours each before and 2 hours after lunch (total 4 hours). The level and length of the hike can be adjusted to your preference. If you enjoy a dip in the ocean, bring your swimsuit along too.

      Please wear comfortable walking shoes with a sole that provides good grip. On sunny days sunblock and a hat are needed. A small backpack for water and a spare T-shirt is sufficient.

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      Private Hong Kong Layover Hiking Tour to Lantau Island more_vert
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      This layover tour begins at the Hong Kong airport which happens to be right next to great hiking trails. Enjoy the perfect full-day hike tailored to your experience level. Get your body moving between flights and see some of the best outdoor attractions of Hong Kong. Have your choice of three different hikes based on your interest or skill-set. This tour pricing is good for up to 4 people, which is perfect for you and your family or friends to get some fresh air at beautiful Lantau Island.

      Lantau Island, where the Hong Kong International Airport is located offers great hiking, unspoiled beaches and great tourist attractions like; the Big Buddha and Tai O Village. Mix and match these ingredients to suit your taste on your layover day. Below are three possible itineraries:

      Serious Hiking: Start your hike in the valley behind Tung Chung. The path leads us up to the Ngong Ping plateau, 360 meters (1181 feet) above sea level. Coming up behind the Po Lin monastery gives us a serene view of the Big Buddha emerging behind forest, before entering the more touristic area of the site. There is time to visit the monastery and climb up to the Buddha, admiring the Bodhisattvas and the view over the island.

      After lunch, hike over the rolling hills and along the ridge to the highest point, Keung Shan, at 459 meters (1501 feet). The mountain offers splendid uninterrupted views over wild south Lantau to the distant Soko islands.

      Heading down, we pass through forest, walk by an old Chinese landscaped garden before descending into a tidal wetland landscape with mangroves and former salt pans. Our hike ends at the picturesque fishing village of Tai O. If time allows we stroll down the streets, lined with traditional shops, selling dried seafood products. The village boasts temples and interesting stilt houses built over the water.

      Easy Hiking: For those who prefer not to do any uphill and downhill hiking. Walk along the coast line to the fishing village of Tai O. Visit the village, learn about it's heritage and enjoy some tea at one of the stilt houses on the water.

      Shorter hike with time at the beach: Take an easy hike up to the plateau with the Big Buddha, after a visit at the monastery and a stroll through the beautiful Wisdom Path, we descend south, towards the beaches of Lantau Island and spend some time enjoying the long sand strip of unspoiled coast line before heading back to the airport.

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      Small Group Hiking Day Tour to Lamma Island Hong Kong more_vert
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      Spend a great day on this away-from-it-all guided hike on an island with 6,000 years of fishing history. Walking is the only way to explore the numerous trails on Lamma Island, as there are no roads. This tour meets in Central on Hong Kong Island from where the ferry will take you to Lamma Island and your adventure begins.

      A short ride aboard the Kaito ferry brings you to a sleepy village on the eastern tip of Lamma Island. The hike takes you through near-abandoned villages with their banana plantations and past beautiful old Feng Shui woods, as we follow a lovely paved coastal path on this peaceful, traffic-free island. During the summer months you're often escorted by beautiful butterflies. Climb a hillside for majestic views over the shipping lanes of the South China Sea, neighboring islands Cheung Chau and Lantau and the unspoiled south. Walk past many of Lamma's famous boulders, which make great backdrops for photos.

      Just before midday reach the Sok Kwu Wan village through a path lined with bamboo, descending into the famous stretch of waterfront seafood restaurants where you can have lunch if you like to (at your own cost). First pay a visit to the atmospheric 1826 Tin Hau temple, designated to the local sea goddess.

      Leaving the numerous fishing boats, platforms and fish-breeding nets behind, continue your scenic walk past a delightful sandy bay to the bustling village of Yung Shue Wan, where you'll stroll down the narrow streets of tightly packed local shops, absorbing the relaxed atmosphere. The ferry brings you back into busy Central.

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      5-Hour Hiking Tour in The Green to Lion Rock in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Enjoy a half day away from the hustle and bustle of the Hong Kong city, and enjoy being around with the nature at Lion Rock (495 metres high) which is located between Kowloon Tong of Kowloon and Tai Wai of the New Territories. Come and join this most spectacular stretches 5-hour hiking tour, and get yourself to experience the spirit of "Beneath the Lion Rock" (a famous theme song, sung by Roman Tam, is considered to indicate the spirit of the Hong Kong people).

      Meet your professional hiking guide at 8:30am in Central, Hong Kong, and hop on the bus to Kam Shan Country Park directly. You will be surrounded by monkeys. Macaques, re-introduced to Hong Kong in the 1910’s, have now become a stable Macaque population living in the area where you start your hike.

      Once on the path, your attention is soon with the beauty of the forest trail and the breathtaking vistas. You will be walking through forest for the entire hike but every now and then the view opens up to the urban jungle of the Kowloon Peninsula down below us. At first, you overlook stone-cutters Island, the container harbor and huge volumes of industrial buildings. Later Nathan Road unfolds below, the railway to Hung Hom, and more residential and office districts come into view.  

      On clear days, you can see the skyline of Hong Kong Island. Half into the hike, the former Kai Tak Airport, now fitted with a cruise terminal, stretches out below us. All this while you are surrounded by lush greens! At the foot of Lion Rock we have the choice of either climbing over it or to bypass it on a more level path. Eventually the trail will lead you to Sha Tin Pass, from which you stroll down, leaving the mountain and forest behind, forward into the busyness of Wong Tai Sin district below.

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      Hong Kong Audio Tour more_vert
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      This interesting audio tour of the bustling city of Hong Kong will guide you through the historic city of Hong Kong where you will learn about its vast history and about the Chinese culture. Please download a vibrantly-narrated mp3 audio guide combined with a map detailing the area of your tour (see voucher for details).

      On this self-guided audio tour of the bustling city of Hong Kong you will experience this fascinating cultural city where you will learn about its English history and some of its turbulent times. You will see many different areas of Hong Kong such as the Yau Ma Tei and the Tsim Sha Tsui as well as impressive museums such as the exciting Hong Kong Space Museum as well as having the chance to relax in Kowloon Park. You will also see the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Star Ferry Terminal, Avenue of Stars, Chungkin Mansion, and visit Temple Street. The highlights of the bustling city are not to be missed. Your Tour. Your Way.

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      Aqua Luna - Symphony of Lights Cruise In Hong Kong more_vert
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      Join this 45 minutes harbour night cruise and get relax in a stylish lounge beds. You can enjoy drinks and snacks while soaking up the sights and sounds of Hong Kong’s fantastic skyline. The famous "A Symphony of Lights Show" you can't miss out.

      You can choose to take this night cruise at Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier No.2 (departure time 7:30pm) or at Central Pier 9 (departure time 7:45pm). The entire cruise runs about 45 minutes, and you will watch nightly multimedia show (A symphony of Lights) on he cruise at 8:00pm (13 minutes).

      A Symphony of Lights: the nightly multimedia show, which involves more than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbour.
      Named the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records, colored lights, laser beams and searchlights perform in an unforgettable all-round spectacle synchronized to music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong Kong. There are five main themes: Awakening, Energy, Heritage, Partnership, and the finale Celebration.

      You are entitled a complimentary drink during this tour.

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      Aqua Luna - Evening Cruise At Victoria Harbour Hong Kong more_vert
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      This 45 minutes unique evening sailing will take you to discover the beauty of Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong. and it's a unique experience to see the entire city sights from water. Get yourself relax in style on the lounge beds and enjoy a complimentary drink while soaking up the sights and sounds of Hong Kong's fantastic skyline at famous Victoria Harbour.

      Absorb Hong Kong’s history while enjoying the intoxicating harbour and skyline views on board Aqua Luna. This ultimate Hong Kong experience is only complete while indulging in ultra hip cocktails and snacks while lounging in Aqua Luna’s 1,500 square feet cabin and alfresco decks.

      Evening Harbour Cruises depart from Public Pier 2 in Tsim Sha Tsui and Pier 9 in Central, close to the Star Ferry Pier. For 6:30pm and 6:45pm Sunset Cruise offers the occasional spectacular views of Hong Kong's skyline as the lights come on. Guests can sip on one of Aqua Luna's complimentary Sunset Cocktails that are offered on this special cruise.

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      Aqua Luna Hop-On Hop-Off Boat Tour of Victoria Harbour more_vert
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      Travel at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off boat tour of Victoria Harbour, which features stunning vistas of Hong Kong Island and the city skyline. This afternoon pass to the Aqua Luna cruise circuit gives you the flexibility to disembark and explore Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Wanchai, and Hung Hom independently.

      This afternoon boat tour of Victoria Harbour departs from the pier at Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Wanchai, and Hung Hom, allowing you to see the best of Hong Kong. The Aqua Luna circuit embarks every hour, so if you hop off to explore an area then you can hop on the boat again later. 

      Discover Tsim Sha Tsui, a shopper's paradise with some of the largest luxury brand stores in the world, including Chanel, Hermes, and Louis Vuitton. Head to the heartbeat of Hong Kong Island at Central and perhaps ride the Peak Tram to Peak attractions (own expense). Venture to Wanchai, home to the must-see Golden Bauhinia and the impressive Exhibition Center. At Hung Hom you'll find a vibrant shopping, entertainment, and dining hot spot, great for a stroll around the neighborhood streets.

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      Aqua Luna - Stanley Weekend Cruises more_vert
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      Every Saturday and Sunday, Aqua Luna cruises take you on a 90 minute cruise of Hong Kong Island to show you the delights of Stanley.

      Absorb Hong Kong’s history while enjoying the intoxicating harbour and skyline views on board Aqua Luna. This ultimate Hong Kong experience is only complete while indulging in ultra hip cocktails and snacks while lounging in Aqua Luna’s 1,500 square feet cabin and alfresco decks.

      Stanley village on the south-side of Hong Kong Island is a favorite destination for visitors and locals alike. Shop at Stanley's colorful market, have lunch at its bustling waterfront cafes, visit the Chinese Tin Hau Temple and enjoy the grandeur of colonial Murray House.

      Departing from Victoria Harbour, as Aqua Luna heads west and south, on one side of the boat you see the rugged coast and soaring peaks of Hong Kong island. On the other are vistas of some of the 235 islands that comprise Hong Kong.

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      Dim Sum Food Tour in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Dig into an array of dim sum during this 2-hour guided culinary experience in Kowloon. Taste authentic Hong Kong dumplings and other small bites — served for breakfast and savored like a true local at one of the city's famed eateries. You'll discover the important role food plays and practice a few words of Cantonese with newfound friends.

      Meet your guide outside the Jordan MTR Station and set off to a dim sum restaurant, located 10 minutes away. The small-group walk provides an introduction to Kowloon's fascinating history. 

      Upon arrival, sit down to feast on a vast array of dishes while your guide provides insight about growing up in the city. Hear how much Hong Kong has changed over the years, and discover the significance of bite-size portions in its culinary culture while you participate in a traditional dim sum for breakfast.

      Try different dim sum classics and favorites, as well as new and unexpected dishes. As a parting gift you will receive a booklet with basic Chinese phrases and an ordering guide to help develop your confidence the next time you wish to eat dim sum.

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      Half-Day Hiking Tour at Kam Shan Country Park in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Hike through Kam Shan Country Park, aka Monkey Hill, and travel on foot along part of the MacLehose Trail with your guide. Snap pics of macaques and explore tunnels named after London landmarks at Shing Mun Redoubt, the site of historical World War II relics and part of the 'Gin Drinkers Line.' Immerse in Hong Kong's nature and history, located a short ride away from the heart of Kowloon.

      Meet your guide at the Prince Edward MTR station in Hong Kong in the morning or afternoon (depending on option selected). After a 15-minute bus transfer, you’ll arrive at the starting point for your hike in Kam Shan Country Park. Begin with a gentle ascent, reaching a total of 1,640 feet (500 meters) in elevation change over an entire hiking distance of 7 miles (12 km).

      Troops of macaques can be seen playing and preening as you wind your way uphill; take advantage of plentiful photo opportunities. Further along the hiking trail, your guide points out the British military defensive line, aka the Gin Drinkers Line, built during WWII to defend Hong Kong against Japanese invasion. See the bunkers, underground trenches, and machine gun posts best explored with the aid of a flashlight. From here, follow a section of the Wilson Trail, known as Smuggler's Ridge, to the end of the hike.

      Another brief bus journey returns you to the Prince Edward MTR station.

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      4-Hour Group Hiking Tour: High Junk Peak And Clear Water Bay Discovery in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Hike straight from the MTR station and within 5 minutes you will find yourself on the trail. Climb one of Hong Kong's most unusually shaped peaks, enjoy 360º views,  to your left South China Sea to your right Victoria Harbour, Clearwater Bay golf course is in front. You will also visit Hong Kong's largest Tin Hau temple and then time to relax with an optional swim at the beach.

      You will meet your guide at Hang Hau MTR station Exit A for a prompt start time of 9:30am or 1:30pm. Your guide will lead you out through part of old Hong Kong to see village life, this will lead you to the start of the hike up to the ridge-line. During the tour you will have two ascents to negotiate.
      The first one is Miu Tsai Tun which upon reaching the summit offers panoramic views which are exceptional with beautiful coastal views of Clearwater Bay and the golf course and also reveals your second challenge of the tour, High Junk Peak at 344m and the fabulous winding trail ascending to the peak. This ascent is more of a challenge than Miu Tsai Tun.

      You will descend following the trail all the way to coast line of Joss House Bay where you will spend time at Hong Kong's oldest and largest Tin Hau Temple. It's a great opportunity to explore this amazing temple. The hike will continue on for a while, and your tour will be end at Clearwater Bay Beach.

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      Half-Day Group Hiking Tour Of Lantau Country Park more_vert
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      Lantau South Country Park was designated in 1978, it is the largest country park in Hong Kong. Come and spend 4-hours hiking in this beautiful place. Enjoy a fabulous downhill hike through stunning scenery, and trek the coastal path to your finish in the village of Mui Wo, where you will find a great choice of food and drink, local and international. You may want to enjoy personal time at Mui Wo after the tour end, maybe a visit to the beach? Your tour guide will be happy to help with suggestions and ideas.

      Meet your hiking guide at the meeting point in morning or afternoon. From there you will take a short bus journey of about 10-minutes in order to reach the fabulous South Lantau Country Trail. The hike starts immediately as you immerse yourself in the beautiful winding trails which one minute are open with beach views the next under canopy with sunlight shimmering through the trees. Around every corner of this walk is another surprise including numerous small waterfalls. Bring your camera on this one. 

      The first 7km of this walk is predominately flat and very easy. However, you will find a slightly tougher section with some ascent which is a little steep but rewarding as the hike continues to deliver on scenery and views. You will be astounded that such beauty can be found a short distance from Hong Kong, which is visible on a clear day. The trail continues to the village of Mui Wo where you will find numerous dining options and bars.

      The hike will finish at the ferry terminal. From there, you will take one of the regular ferry services back to Hong Kong Central Pier 6 (at own expense).

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      Ultimate Adventure Night Hiking Tour: Lantau Peak For Sunrise more_vert
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      See the sunrise from Lantau Peak — the second highest peak in the Hong Kong territories, standing at an elevation of 3,064 feet (934 meters). Join this overnight hiking tour, starting at sea level, and take in the stunning natural surroundings while you ascend. Your guide provides hot drinks at the summit while you savor the view.

      This memorable night hike to Lantau Peak begins with pickup from a central meeting point in Hong Kong. Your guide ensures that you check over your equipment before boarding the ferry (own expense) for the crossing to Lantau Island, in preparation for your ascent. 

      Head out from the village of Mui Wo before you start the steady climb up to Nam Shan, where you will have a final equipment check and time for any adjustments. Possible wildlife sightings include porcupines, boar, and even the elusive barking deer. Due to the remote location, the Milky Way can often be seen along with other wonders of the night sky, depending on the time of year.

      Continue steadily upward along a coastal path that provides views of Pui O and Cheung Sha by night. The climb gets progressively steeper as you pass by the Halfway House Pavilion and Heaven’s Gate, before the final push to the summit.

      From Hong Kong's highest accessible peak, you'll observe a spellbinding sunrise (subject to weather conditions) while your guide serves tea and coffee; you are free to bring your own snacks.

      After you descend, use your provided ticket to catch a bus back to Mui Wo. From here, you'll board the return ferry (own expense) to Central. 

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      Hong Kong Hiking Tour to the Picturesque Traditional Fisherman's Village more_vert
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      A hike of 14km starting in Tung Chung, your guide will lead you out onto the coastal path where the first of the new awaits, very interesting views of Hong kong airport in full operation. Then the very controversial but engineering marvel which is the Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macau Bridge. Your Hike will continue winding along the coastal path taking in quiet villages. The hiking will finish at the fabulous village of Tai O, a fishing village on the Western coast of Lantau Island where we allow time for you to explore this quaint and picturesque village with the traditional stilt houses predominant of the old Southern Chinese fishing villages, one of the few remaining places where you can still see them in Hong Kong. A boat journey returning to Tung Chung will end the tour, with your guide returning you to the MTR.

      You will be required to meet your guide for a start time of 9:00am at Tung Chung MTR Station on the north side of Lantau Island. After a quick equipment check your hike will start with your guide leading you out through Tung Chung onto the coastal path. It's easy flat hike on the north side of Lantau Island which will combine a mixture of old and new, ancient and modern.

      The first sight which you will see is Hong Kong International Airport which is built on the island of Chek Lap Kok which sits in the Pearl River Estuary and South China Sea. From there you can enjoy the coastal path with low range mountains to your left and sea and beach views to your right. The second and very obvious sight will be the Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macau Bridge, very controversial with local Hong Kongers but an engineering marvel the project includes just under 30km of bridge and 6.7 km of tunnel.

      On leaving this behind you will find the hike becoming more remote, taking in some small old villages until we arrive at the final destination and highlight of the tour the Fisherman’s Stilt Village. We factor in an hour here so you can explore the village, maybe sample some of the food on offer and enjoy the sights. Bring your camera as this is photographer’s paradise.

      You will leave at 2:00pm on a small local ferry, there is a chance you may witness the fabled pink dolphins during this ferry crossing which inhabit the waters off the north coast of Lantau. You will head back to Tung Chung with a journey time of approximately 30 minutes, where your guide will lead you back to the MTR from where you started for a finish time of around 2:45pm

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      Unique Stunning Hiking Tour Visiting an Authentic Hakka Walled Village more_vert
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      Lai Chi Wo - This hike is so amazing that it's almost too good to share!! You might want to keep this one as a secret. During this hiking tour, you will visit Brides Pool, a beautiful waterfall nestled in the Plover Cove Country Park. On this fabulous hike of around 15km, you will truly get see a huge array of what hiking in Hong Kong can offer. This is a remote location your guide will collect you from your hotel and return you at the end of a full day. As its an all day tour, your own packed lunch is highly recommend as there is nowhere to get food during this hike. Please allow a full day for this Hiking Tour, 6 hours hiking time plus travel time which is around 90 minutes from Central, the access is remote. You surely will love this tour since it is truly an adventurous day out. 

      Pick up is at 8.30am, and your guide will be waiting in reception of your hotel lobby.

      From here you will travel by Hong Kong's rail system the MTR to the north New Territories. A taxi ride will be needed from here to the trail head. Brides Pool will be your starting point, steeped in folklore, a tragic tale. Folk legend has it that a bride was passing by on her sedan chair in stormy weather when one of her porters slipped!! You will learn the rest of the tale on your tour. 

      Hiking on past small old ghost villages where nature has taken its revenge and reclaimed once what was before. You will follow the path through bamboo and forest sections and head out along a coastal path to reveal red rock beaches part of Hong Kong's geological heritage. Heading inland next to the 'Hakka Walled Village Lai Chi Wo' a village with strong Feng Shui beliefs. You will get to explore this village and learn about the famous trees and the surrounding forest that is grown to retain wealth and protect against bad luck. This is also the point to enjoy your packed lunch.

      Heading out of Lai Chi Wo climbing steadily through a forested area navigating north until a clearing in the trees reveals the sea and Mirs bay, on the other side lies the Chinese border and the large container port city of Yantian and you will be close enough to see the ex soviet aircraft carrier, Minsk, which is now a museum.

      You are nearing the end of the tour now, you will hike out to a remote local restaurant selling noodles and seafood, cold drinks and cold beer which you will deserve after such a big day out. You will rest here until ready to catch a small local mini bus back into civilization where your guide will escort you on the MTR returning you to your hotel.

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      Fabulous Hiking Adventure: Sunset on Lantau Islands Sunset Peak more_vert
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      Sunset Peak, Lantau's second highest peak standing at 869m is not a technical ascent but a level of fitness is required and previous hiking experience will be a distinct advantage. The descent is also a little steep in places but with steps in place it is manageable. Sunset on Sunset Peak, this is one for the hopeless romantics, the photographer or just those that want a little adventure and fun. Sunset Peak is situated on one of Hong Kong's outlying islands, Lantau. This evening hiking tour is around 5 hours.

      To get this adventure underway you will be required to catch the 13.10 ferry from Central Pier 6 to Lantau Island. Your guide who lives on Lantau will meet you from the ferry by the famous green post box just outside Mui Wo ferry terminal, the start and finish point of many of Lantau's endurance events. Fear not this is not one of them.

      Please allow time at this point for a supplies and equipment check, water and head torch (available for hire) plus correct clothing for the time of year and current forecast weather conditions.

      Then, you will head out through the old village of Mui Wo and Silvermine Bay to follow the River Silver. Its not long before you are heading onto a forested trail which signals the start of the ascent. This ascent will take you from sea level all the way to the 869m Sunset Peak, your guide will set a very steady and most importantly maintainable pace, once again you are allowed plenty of time for breaks and the steady hiking pace.

      The trail you follow remains wooded as you continue to ascend before the landscape starts to change as you gain altitude and slowly but surely Sunset starts to reveal its views. First fabulous views of the coastal town Pui O and its long sandy beach, further afield views of the surrounding islands. Up you go still further at times the ascent will test you. Heading for the Peak now crossing over a couple of small waterfalls and heading on past a dozen or so stone dwellings what were originally built by missionaries in the 1920s, then on past the 800m mark to the peak.

      The view from here is stunning but is magnified by the sunset on that you have worked so hard for. You will not be disappointed even if you do not get the full sunset.

      Once finished on the peak and the sun has set and photos are done you will head down the opposite side of Sunset Peak with a few steep sections to beware of and now we will be hiking in the dark so soaking up a different atmosphere on your descent which is shorter and far less demanding as we ascend to 324m where you will catch a bus back to Mui Wo.

      On arrival at Mui Wo ferry Pier this is officially the end of your hike but your guide will be than happy to suggest food and beverage options if so desired and will advise on ferry timings and be happy to help with any other questions.

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      Small-Group Tai Chi and Kung Fu Class in Hong Kong more_vert
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      This unique opportunity lets you participate in a 90-minute lesson with Master Chow Chin Ching, listed by the Kung Fu Celebrity Archive of Beijing as a prestigious Kung Fu master of China. Learn five key Tai Chi movements along with 'Qi' breathing techniques that have been traditionally practiced in China for centuries.

      Meet your master instructor at the martial arts institute in Sheung Wan in central Hong Kong, where you'll learn about the ancient and secretive world of Chinese martial arts with a small group of students.

      Your 1.5-hour lesson starts with a brief historical introduction to Tai Chi and its 15 different levels, which in ancient times were kept secret. Watch a 
      demonstration of the sudden thunder–style of Tai Chi in both soft and explosive forms, and learn about the cultural heritage of the Kirin dance of the Hakka people from China.

      After discovering the use of several traditional Chinese weapons, you’ll practice five basic Tai Chi movements accompanied by important breathing techniques using Qi. Whether you want to learn martial arts skills or simply wish to improve your overall health and fitness, you'll find that these simple steps can be practiced anywhere at any time.

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      Hong Kong Sunset Cruise plus Dinner at the Jumbo Floating Restaurant more_vert
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      Experience the magic of Hong Kong at night with an evening cruise on Hong Kong's dazzling Victoria Harbour, followed by an 7-course Chinese banquet at Aberdeen's famous Jumbo Floating Restaurant. You’ll enjoy postcard-worthy views as you sip unlimited drinks from the open bar aboard an enchanting Chinese-style boat, and take in the palatial atmosphere of the Jumbo while dining on a sumptuous meal. End your evening on top of the world as you ascend halfway up Victoria Peak to the Mid-Levels lookout for panoramic views of Hong Kong’s shimmering skyline.

      Departing from either Hong Kong Island’s Central Pier or Kowloon Public Pier, board a traditional Chinese-style boat for your 1.5-hour evening sightseeing cruise around Victoria Harbour. Relax with unlimited complimentary drinks from the open bar on board while you soak up the sights of Hong Kong’s floodlit natural harbor. Enjoy the gentle breeze and shimmering skyline as you coast by the Kowloon Promenade, taking in panoramic views of Hong Kong’s skyline and highlights such as Causeway Bay, North Point and Lei Yue Mun Village.
      After your evening cruise, hop aboard a luxury motor coach and travel to Aberdeen Harbour for a superb Chinese banquet dinner at the famous Jumbo Floating Restaurant, moored on the southern tip of Hong Kong Island. Spectacularly illuminated at night, the Jumbo looks like a floating palace from the imperial era and is Hong Kong's most renowned floating restaurant. Enjoy your 7-course meal, which features signature Chinese dishes amid the palatial décor.
      On your return trip, your coach makes a quick stop at the Mid-Levels lookout for a glittering night view of Hong Kong and Kowloon. Halfway up Victoria Peak, peer from inside an outdoor covered escalator at the harbor lights below!
      Your 4-hour tour ends with drop-off at either the Central Pier of Hong Kong Island or Kowloon Public Pier.

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      Cheung Chau (Long Island) Tour with Dim Sum lunch more_vert
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      Cheung Chau Island, also known as Long Island, is only a short ferry ride from Hong Kong.

      The tour begins with the Pak Tai Temple, supreme Emperor of the Dark Heaven. Walk down to the beautiful Tung Wan Beach with its clear water and soft sand before exploring 3,000 year old Bronze-Age rock carvings and old fishing communities of West Bay, Cheung Po Tsai Cave. The next stop is a visit to Tin Hau Temple where followers come to worship the Goddess of Sea.

      Pick up from selected hotels to the Outlying Islands Pier for a relaxing ferry ride to Cheung Chau (Long Island) which is about 12 kilometers southwest of the busy Hong Kong Island. The tour begins from the Pak Tai Temple (supreme Emperor of the Dark Heaven). Built in 1783, the temple's layout is in the form of traditional Chinese architecture, such as ceramic figurines on the roof ridges, mural of auspicious motifs and stone lions in the forecourt. Next walk down the beautiful Tung Wan Beach with its clear water and soft sand, a most popular spot for windsurfing and canoeing. The 3,000 year old Bronze-Age rock carvings can be seen with geometric graphics and abstract animal images.

      Walk through the old main street of Pak She Street and San Hing Street, you will see a typical island community. After take 20 minute sampan ride to cruise inside the typhoon shelter to see the historical and cultural aspects of old fishing communities to West Bay, Cheung Po Tsai Cave. The mysterious cave reputed to have been the hideout of notorious 19th Century pirate Cheung Po Tsai (Prince of Pirates), who is said to have commanded followers of 2 thousand and a fleet of 600 junks.

      The next stop is a Tin Hau Temple. Local people come to the temple for guidance by shaking the prediction box. Take a walk along the beautiful scenery of West Lane from Sai Wan to a local restaurant for dim sum lunch, after which you will have free time to explore the island by foot or on a bike.

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      Hong Kong Harbor Night Cruise and Dinner at Victoria Peak more_vert
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      Enjoy sweeping city views over a lovely meal at Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak, followed by a cruise on famous Victoria Harbour with unlimited drinks. This is a great way to spend an evening on the town in Hong Kong.

      Your evening starts with a meal at the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company (Bubba Gump’s), located atop The Peak Tower on Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak. Enjoy dishes such as baby-back ribs, grilled fish and Cajun shrimp as you soak in amazing, sweeping views of the city and harbor below you.

      After dinner, join the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong with a stroll along the busy, narrow lanes of the exciting Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon.

      To complete your evening, relax on a 55-minute Victoria Harbour cruise aboard a traditional Chinese style tour boat. Enjoy unlimited drinks while witnessing the mesmerizing reflections of Hong Kong's gorgeous multicolored neon lights mirrored on water.

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      Guangzhou (Canton) China Day Trip from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Visit mainland China by catamaran on a full-day trip from Hong Kong and see some of China's iconic sights with an informative guide. Meet an adorable panda at Shenzhen Safari Park, discover Qin Dynasty terracotta warriors and their horses, and tour the metropolitan city of Guangzhou, formerly known as Canton. You’ll find everything from towering skyscrapers to ancient temples in China’s third largest city — a former trading hub located on the Pearl River — before returning by express train. Lunch, coach transport and a group visa are all included!

      Please note: Due to tight schedule, this product is not recommended to travelers who need to leave Hong Kong on the same day.

      After hotel pickup from your central Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel, your full-day trip to mainland China starts with a 50-minute catamaran ride and coach trip to Shekou Industrial Zone. China's first Special Economic Zone and a former customs station, the area served as a base for foreign oil workers in the 1980s. On weekdays, outside school holidays, start with a visit to a kindergarten to meet local children for a glimpse of everyday life the city.

      Afterward, it's on to Shenzhen Safari Park to see the Chinese panda, considered to be a national treasure. Located on lovely Xili Lake, the wildlife park is home to rare and nationally protected animals including Asian elephants, red-crowned cranes, Siberian tigers and — of course — pandas!

      Once you’ve observed this cuddly creature up close, you'll visit a market (if time permits). Watch as the locals go about their daily shopping, and test out your bargaining skills if you decide to purchase any items.

      Your visit to the Exhibition Hall in Shekou is a must! See a display of Qin Dynasty terracotta warriors and horses unearthed in Xian — acclaimed as the Eighth Wonder of the World. You'll also find bronze wares more than 2,000 years old, wall paintings, and porcelain and pottery from the Tang Dynasty, all unearthed in Xian. Listen as your guide describes the significance of the terracotta army sculptures, which date back to the 3rd century BC and were buried to protect Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China.

      Your coach tour continues to Guangzhou, the third largest city in China. After lunch at a local Chinese restaurant, embark on a city sightseeing tour of this bustling metropolis — the political, economic and cultural heart of Guangdong province. View highlights including the Six Banyan Tree Temple and the Memorial Hall of Dr. Sun Yat Sen as your guide informs your group about this important hub on the Pearl River.

      Your day trip to mainland China ends with an accompanied return to Hong Kong by express train to Kowloon Station, followed by a Hong Kong Island transfer (if applicable) and drop-off at your hotel.

      Please note: Your tour will not be confirmed unless you provide the following information at time of booking. This is required for your China group visa.

      • Full name
      • Date of birth
      • Passport number
      • Nationality
      • Hotel name while staying in Hong Kong

      Please make sure to send the copy of each passenger's passport which show the Full Name, Date of Birth and Passport number to complete the booking process.

      Click on "View Additional Info" for the hotel pickup list
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      New and Old Hong Kong Walking Tour: Sheung Wan District more_vert
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      Explore an area of Hong Kong that has preserved its heritage over time! This guided walking tour takes you through the district of Sheung Wan, where you will be immersed in a world of specialty shops, art galleries and temples. The past and the future converge here, allowing you a peek into authentic Hong Kong life. Ride a traditional tram and sample delicious Hong Kong goodies.

      To start your Hong Kong walking tour of Sheung Wan, enjoy a ride on the city's oldest and most traditional form of land transportation – the tram built in 1904. Head west to Sheung Wan, the core urban area of Hong Kong that still maintains a vibrant environment of past traditions. See Bonham Road, which offers a variety of exotic dried seafood sold on the street, and have free time to roam around Cat Street, where you can do some window shopping or practice your bargaining skills in one of the many antique shops and galleries.
      You can do more shopping on Hollywood Road, which boasts of several blocks of shops selling all kinds of bric-a-bracs like Chinese furniture, historical memorabilia, porcelain wares and even funeral items. Hollywood Road is also home to the largest Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong. Step inside this protected monument and be awed by the immense incense spirals hanging from the ceilings and the scattered images of Chinese deities.

      Next, see the Central Escalator, the world’s longest covered escalator, spanning more than 2,500 feet (800 meters)! Then put down your camera for a moment to try succulent Southeast Asian fruits like durians and rambutans at one of Hong Kong’s oldest fresh markets.

      Finally, finish your authentic Hong Kong lifestyle experience at the local café Cha Chaan Teng, where you can enjoy traditional Chinese snacks like milk tea and egg custard.

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      Hong Kong Pink Dolphin Watching Cruise more_vert
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      Join this Hong Kong cruise to witness the world's pinkest dolphins at play!

      Be amazed - these dolphins, found between Hong Kong and Macau, are pinker than the Boto dolphins in the Amazon River in South America and live within a few kilometers of one of the world's busiest shipping centers and most densely populated urban area.

      The Pearl River Delta, between Hong Kong and Macau, is home to around a thousand Indo-pacific Humpback dolphins, Sousa chinensis. For some unknown reason, populations of this species along the Chinese coast are bright pink. They are the world's pinkest dolphins - pinker even than the Boto dolphins in the Amazon River in South America- and they live near Hong Kong, within a few kilometers of the world's busiest shipping center and most densely populated urban area.

      Chosen as the official mascot of the 1997 handover ceremony, the dolphins are threatened by pollution, over fishing and reclamation. This trip is designed to minimize disturbance to the dolphins, therefore these lovely creatures are comfortable with the vessel being used and sometimes come quite close.

      96% of trips have successful sightings. If no dolphins are seen, passengers are entitled to take another dolphin cruise at no extra cost - subject to availability.

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      Hong Kong Shared Arrival Transfer: Airport to Hotel more_vert
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      Save time and money - book your Hong Kong airport transfer shuttle before you get there! You will be met by a representative at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok Airport, and transferred to either your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel. This is the ideal way to start your holiday or business trip.

      When making your airport shuttle booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your accommodation details. Please check whether your hotel is in Kowloon or Hong Kong to ensure you choose the correct transfer option at time of booking. Your airport transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver in Hong Kong.

      Shared arrival transfers are not available between the hours of 11.00pm to 7.00am, a private transfer must be booked

      Save the hassle and book your Hong Kong Hotel to Airport transfer now!

      Note: Transfers are available to selected hotels, click "View Additional Info" for the hotel list - No transfers available to Express by Holiday Inn and Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.

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      Hong Kong Private Arrival Transfer: Airport to Hotel more_vert
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      Avoid the stress of public transportation by pre-booking this Hong Kong airport transfer before you arrive! Travel from the Chek Lap Kok Airport in Hong Kong to your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel or Ocean Terminal in the luxury of a private vehicle. Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be met by a representative at the arrivals and transferred to your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel or the Ocean Terminal. It's that easy!

      When making your booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your accommodation details. Please check whether your hotel is in Kowloon or Hong Kong to ensure you choose the correct transfer option at time of booking. Your airport transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver in Hong Kong.

      Save the hassle and book your Hong Kong airport transfer now!

      Price is per person, based on 3 adults per car/vehicle.
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      Hong Kong Private Transfer: Hong Kong International Airport to Ocean Terminal Cruise Port more_vert
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      Avoid the stress of public transportation by pre-booking this private Hong Kong airport transfer. After pickup from the Hong Kong International Airport (Chek Lap Kok Airport) by your airport representative and professional driver travel to Ocean Terminal aboard a comfortable private vehicle. This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

      When you land at the Hong Kong International Airport (Chek Lap Kok Airport), you'll be greeted by your airport representative and escorted to your private vehicle for a comfortable drive to Hong Kong's Ocean Terminal.

      When making your booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your cruise details. Please ensure you leave ample time between your cruise arrival and your flight departure time, as local traffic conditions may vary. Your airport transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

      Price is per person, based on 3 adults per car/vehicle.

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      Dim Sum Cooking Class in Hong Kong more_vert
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      While in Hong Kong, learn to make delicious dim sum staples such as bite-sized dumplings, spring rolls and desserts. An expert chef unveils secret recipes and demonstrates how to skillfully combine ingredients before assisting you toward making your own small dishes. In addition to learning traditional culinary skills, put your imagination to use by turning your own creations into cute penguins and lively squid! You’ll make shrimp dumplings, ‘squid’ spring rolls and a ‘penguin’ custard dessert during your hands-on cooking class while chefs add dishes to supplement lunch.

      Meet your guide at the cooking studio at Tsim Sha Tsui for your dim sum cooking class. Start your 1-hour lesson with a demonstration, watching in awe as an expert chef artistically creates three types of dim sum: shrimp dumplings, spring rolls shaped as squid, and an adorable custard dessert that resembles a penguin.

      After each demonstration, head back to your table to study each recipe and recreate each food item under the guidance of your helpful instructors. You’ll have plenty of time to perfect the art of dim sum — or at least try your hand at it!

      While you are stuffing scrumptious ingredients into spring rolls and dumplings, and experimenting with artful designs, chefs are steaming more dim sum in the kitchen to add to your three dishes. At the end of your session, sit down with newfound friends around a set table and enjoy your creations along with a complete menu for lunch.

      Dim Sum Lunch Menu (subject to change)

      • Cartoon dim sum
      • Steamed pork dumpling
      • Pan-fried pork and vegetable bun
      • Poached Chinese cabbage
      • Rolled rice cake with red bean
      • Chinese tea

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      Hong Kong Disneyland Admission with Transport more_vert
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      Hong Kong Disneyland Theme Park is dedicated to the young and the young at heart. Your admission ticket gives you a full-day pass to Hong Kong Disneyland, where Disney characters come to life. Embark on a magical journey through various themed lands, such as Fantasyland and Toy Story Land. The whole family will enjoy the numerous rides, shows and attractions the park has to offer. Hotel pickup and return by MTR (Mass Transit Railway) to Hong Kong and Kowloon are included.

      Discover the magical kingdom of Hong Kong Disneyland, where four famous lands combine classic Disney characters with futuristic adventure rides—from the Sleeping Beauty Castle to the Space Mountain roller coaster. (See samples of attractions under Itinerary.)

      Upon hotel pickup in the morning, you’ll transfer to Hong Kong Disneyland by air-conditioned coach. With your admission ticket, enjoy dozens of attractions for all ages, providing endless fun for your family all day long! Depart whenever you’d like, using your one-way return MTR ticket for Hong Kong or Kowloon.

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      Hong Kong Shared Departure Transfer: Hotel to Airport more_vert
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      Need to get to Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok Airport? Plan your trip ahead of time, and book and pay for your airport transfer right here.

      Travel from your Hong Kong Island or Kowloon City hotel to Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok Airport.

      When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. 24 - 48 hours prior to your Hotel to Airport transfer, you will be required to reconfirm exact pick up times and places (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher).

      Shared departure transfers are only available between the hours of 12pm to 4.55pm. A private transfer must be booked instead if you need transfer out of this time frame.


      Note: Transfers are available to selected hotels, click "View Additional Info" for the hotel list - No transfers available to Express by Holiday Inn and Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.

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      Hong Kong Private Departure Transfer: Hotel to Airport more_vert
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      Save time and money by pre-booking this Hong Kong airport transfer! Travel to Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok Airport in the luxury of a private vehicle from the Ocean Terminal or your hotel in Hong Kong or Kowloon. When you are ready to leave the city, you will be met by a friendly representative and transferred directly to the airport. This is the ideal way to farewell your holiday or business trip.

      When making your booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your accommodation details. Please check whether your hotel is in Kowloon or Hong Kong to ensure you choose the correct transfer option at time of booking. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver in Hong Kong.

      Save the hassle and book your Hong Kong Hotel to Airport transfer now!

      Price is per person, based on 3 adults per car/vehicle.
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      Hong Kong Private Transfer: Hotel to Ocean Terminal Cruise Port more_vert
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      Save time and money by pre-booking this Hong Kong hotel-to-port transfer. When you are ready to embark on your cruise, you'll be met by your driver at your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel and taken by private vehicle to Ocean Terminal or Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.

      This reliable, hassle-free transfer service takes you directly from your hotel to Ocean Terminal or Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, the cruise ports in Hong Kong. When it's time to head to your cruise ship, your friendly, professional driver will meet you in the lobby of your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel and escort to your private vehicle. Sit back, relax and enjoy comfortable transportation to the port.

      When making a booking, you will need to advise your cruise departure details and your accommodation details. Please indicate whether your hotel is in Kowloon or Hong Kong to ensure you select the correct transfer option. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It's that easy

      Price is per person, based on 3 adults per car/vehicle.

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      Hong Kong Private Transfer: Cruise Terminals to Hong Kong International Airport more_vert
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      Save time and money by pre-booking this private port-to-airport transfer in Hong Kong. Aboard a comfortable private vehicle, travel from Ocean Terminal, Hong Kong's cruise port, or Kai Tak Cruise Terminal to the Hong Kong International Airport (Chek Lap Kok Airport) with an English speaking tour guide. This is the ideal way to wrap up your vacation or business trip! This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

      When your cruise ship arrives at Hong Kong's Ocean Terminal or Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, you'll be greeted by your professional English speaking guide, and escorted to your private vehicle for a comfortable drive to the Hong Kong International Airport (Chek Lap Kok Airport).

      When making your booking, you will need to advise your cruise arrival details and your flight departure details. Please ensure you leave ample time between your cruise arrival and your flight departure time, as local traffic conditions may vary. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

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      Hong Kong Private Transfer: Ocean Terminal Cruise Port to Hotel more_vert
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      Avoid the stress of public transportation by pre-booking this private Hong Kong port transfer. Upon your cruise ship's arrival at Ocean Terminal, Hong Kong's cruise port, you'll be met by your English Speaking tour guide and driven in a comfortable private vehicle to your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel. It's that easy!

      When your cruise ship arrives at Hong Kong's Ocean Terminal, you'll be greeted by your professional English Speaking tour guide and escorted to your private vehicle. Sit back and relax and enjoy comfortable transportation to your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel.

      When making a booking, you will need to advise your cruise arrival details and your accommodation details. Please indicate whether your hotel is in Kowloon or Hong Kong to ensure you select the correct transfer option at time of booking. Your port transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to your driver.

      Price is per person, based on 3 adults per car/vehicle.

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      Private Hong Kong Layover Tour: City Sightseeing with Round-Trip Airport Transport more_vert
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      While on layover in Hong Kong, get to know Hong Kong Island on a private five-hour tour, including round-trip airport transport by private vehicle. Hong Kong International Airport is approximately 21 miles (34 km) from downtown, making for an easy-to-do layover tour! Whether this is your first visit or you wish to refresh old memories of ever-changing Hong Kong, you’ll enjoy visiting Aberdeen’s fishing community, browsing for souvenirs at Stanley Market, seeing famous landmarks and learning about the island’s history – all with an informative local guide.

      After pickup from the Hong Kong airport by private vehicle, your five-hour layover tour begins with a ride on the Victoria Peak tram for spectacular views of Hong Kong Island and its skyscrapers. Take an eight-minute funicular railway ride to the summit, where your personal guide will point out Kowloon and the surrounding islands of Victoria Harbour.

      Next, pass beautiful Repulse Bay en route to your next destination, the famous fishing village of Aberdeen. Marvel at Hong Kong's floating community on Aberdeen Harbour and learn about this thriving village where fishermen and their families still reside aboard traditional junk boats. You'll have the option to board a sampan (flat-bottomed wooden boat) around the colorful harbor for a close-up view of waterborne life (at an additional cost).

      Afterward, your guide will accompany you to Stanley Market, where goods are available at just a fraction of the price in town. Browse the small shops for great deals on everything from Chinese costume jewelry and souvenirs to silk clothing and sportswear.

      When you’ve had your fill of bargain shopping, conclude your private layover tour of Hong Kong with a short visit to a well-known jewelry factory. Here, watch expert craftsmen create lovely works of art, constructed of beautiful gems and gold, and gain insight into the jewelry-making process before your guide returns you to the Hong Kong airport.

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      Hong Kong Island Half-Day Tour more_vert
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      Whether this is your first visit to Hong Kong or you’re returning to refresh old memories, this comprehensive orientation is a great way to get to know Hong Kong Island, its history and its famous landmarks. During your half-day tour, a knowledgeable guide takes you to see multiple Hong Kong highlights in this ever-changing locale, including Victoria Peak, Aberdeen fishing village and Stanley Market. Enjoy informative commentary and included round-trip transport from your hotel.

      Start your half-day tour of Hong Kong Island with hotel pickup, and head to the famous fishing village of Aberdeen. Here you'll see Hong Kong's junk-dwelling floating community, still very much a part of Hong Kong life. You have the option to board a sampan (at an additional cost), for a close-up view of waterborne life.

      Next up is a short visit to a well-known jewelry factory, where craftsmen fashion meticulous works of art from gold and gems. Then pass picturesque Repulse Bay on the way to your next destination, the famous Stanley Market, where you can pick up bargains at just a fraction of the price in town.

      Your tour of Hong Kong Island includes a tram ride for panoramic views of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the surrounding islands. With an eight-minute funicular railway ride, take in the sweeping vista of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers before you’re taken back to your hotel.

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      Private Tour: Hong Kong Island more_vert
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      This half-day private tour offers a comprehensive introduction to Hong Kong Island. First-time and repeat visitors will become better acquainted with Hong Kong highlights, from the floating community of Aberdeen to the views from Victoria Peak, all in the private company of a knowledgeable local guide. Discover renowned landmarks and learn about the fascinating history of this ever-changing locale. Round-trip hotel transport by private vehicle is included.

      Meet your private guide upon hotel pickup and set out by private vehicle to your first Hong Kong destination: Aberdeen Harbour. Here, discover a fascinating village that comprises a junk-dwelling community of fishermen and their families. You'll have the option to ride a sampan around the harbor (at an additional cost) for up-close views of life aboard these traditional boats.

      Afterward, make a short visit to a renowned jewelry factory to observe professional craftsmen create beautiful works of art. Take note of the jewelry-making process as you watch these experts transform gold and sparkling gems into earrings, pendants and bracelets.

      You'll pass picturesque Repulse Bay en route to Stanley Market, a great venue for bargain shopping in Hong Kong. Your private guide can help you find deals on everything from Chinese costume jewelry to silk clothing and sportswear as you browse the small shops. Grab a quick bite for lunch (own expense) while you have free time and take a look around.

      Victoria Peak is the final stop on your half-day tour, with a tram ride to the top for excellent panoramic views. Your guide accompanies you on the funicular railway ride to the summit, where you’ll enjoy views of Hong Kong skyscrapers, Kowloon and the surrounding islands. Then head back down the hill and disembark for your return drive by private vehicle with drop-off at your hotel.

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      Hong Kong Super Saver: Hong Kong Island Tour plus Sheung Wan District Walking Tour more_vert
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      Enjoy the benefit of a Super Saver that combines a Hong Kong Island tour with a guided walking tour of Sheung Wan District. Your informative guide will orient you to Hong Kong’s famous landmarks on a comprehensive half-day tour, from Aberdeen to Stanley Market and the Victoria Peak Tram. Then, stroll through the district of Sheung Wan, where modern shops and cafés converge with old temples preserving the heritage of Hong Kong. See everything within two days, taking either tour on your preferred day!

      Hong Kong Island Morning Sightseeing Tour:After hotel pickup (select hotels only), your guide will take you past picturesque Repulse Bay on your way to Aberdeen. Learn about this floating community where fishermen still reside aboard junks, and take an optional trip aboard a sampan (flat-bottomed wooden boat) around the fascinating harbor (at an additional cost).

      Next, your guide will take you to Stanley Market, a must-see destination in Hong Kong. Browse the little shops for fantastic deals on everything from Chinese costume jewelry and souvenirs to silk clothing and sportswear. When you’ve had your fill of bargain hunting, head to your final destination – a famous jewelry factory where professional craftsmen make gorgeous works of art, constructed of gold and beautiful gems.

      At last, aboard a funicular tram to Victoria Peak to start your morning tour of Hong Kong Island with amazing views from the top. Look out past Kowloon and the surrounding islands before you descend, and then head

      Sheung Wan District Afternoon Walking Tour:
      See where Hong Kong’s past and future meet in Sheung Wan, a modern urban district at the center of Hong Kong that still maintains many of its old traditions. First, enjoy a ride on a 1904 tram -- the city's oldest form of land transportation. Then, embark on your guided walking tour along Bonham Road, where you’ll find an assortment of street vendors selling dried seafood.

      Roam around Cat Street for a bit of window shopping or browse for bargains in one of the many antique shops and galleries. Head to Hollywood Road where several blocks of stores overflow with Chinese porcelain ware and furniture, historical memorabilia and funeral items. Step foot in Man Mo Temple and admire the scattered images of Chinese deities as well as the massive incense spirals hanging from the temple ceilings.

      Get your camera ready for Central Escalator, the world’s longest covered escalator, before a stop at one of Hong Kong’s oldest fresh markets to taste tender Southeast Asian fruits, such as durians and rambutans (own expense). Complete your walking tour at Cha Chaan Teng, a local café where you can savor traditional Chinese snacks like milk tea and egg custard.

      Please note: These two tours do not have to be taken on two consecutive days, provided you advise which days you would like to do what tour under Special Requirements at time of booking. The days of operation for the tours are as follows:

      • Hong Kong Island Tour: Daily
      • Sheung Wan District Walking Tour: Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday

      Special Offer - Book this tour and save 7% compared to booking these attractions separately! - Book Now!

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      Hong Kong Super Saver: Hong Kong Island Tour, Mongkok Market Tour plus Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Day Pass more_vert
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      Get to know Hong Kong Island with a Super Saver tour that combines the best sights, covered all in one day or on separate days – your choice! See Hong Kong’s highlights on a comprehensive tour with a local guide, visit the various street markets of the Mongkok District and stop at seven famous landmarks with a hop-on hop-off tour of Kowloon. You’ll see Aberdeen’s junk-dwelling community, visit Tin Hau Temple, take a tram ride up Victoria Peak and more -- a great option for first-time and return visitors. To fit your travel preferences, you can pick which tour to do on what day!

      Hong Kong Island Sightseeing Tour
      Begin your comprehensive tour of Hong Kong Island by taking you past lovely Repulse Bay on the way to Aberdeen, Hong Kong's floating village where a junk-dwelling community of fishermen still thrives. For a close-up view, you can board a sampan, a flat-bottomed wooden boat that will take you around the colorful harbor (at an additional cost).

      Then, head to Stanley Market to find great bargains and conclude your guided orientation of Hong Kong at a renowned jewelry factory, watching expert craftsmen create painstaking works from gems and gold.

      At last, aboard the Victoria Peak tram, an eight-minute funicular railway ride that takes you to the summit for a spectacular vista, including Kowloon and surrounding islands. 

      Mongkok Market Tour:
      Your guide will accompany you aboard the double-decker sightseeing bus in Kowloon and take you to the densely populated district where a variety of markets sell everything from clothing to electronics to food. Enjoy a guided walking tour past shops and restaurants on bustling commercial streets and immerse yourself in the dynamic atmosphere.

      Stop at Tin Hau Temple along the way to the markets and view the gorgeous Main Hall devoted to Tin Hau, the protector of fishermen. Enjoy the sight of local men playing chess under the banyan trees outside Hong Kong’s oldest and most traditional temple complex.

      Follow your guide to the outdoor Mongkok Wet Market for fresh meat and vegetables, and watch retailers sell an array of goods such as clothing and accessories at Fa Yuen Street Market. Walk to the Flower Market and Goldfish Market to admire colorful aquarium fish and try on jewelry sold at the Jade Market. Take in the brilliant sights and sweet aromas of the Flower Market, and listen to melodic songbirds at the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden – a feast for the senses!

      After your walking tour, you can continue to use your hop-on hop-off day pass for the Kowloon Big Bus (blue route).

      Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Day Pass:Hop off the open-top, double-decker bus at any of the seven stops around Kowloon and explore the area on foot with your provided map in hand. Enjoy informative onboard audio commentary about the history of Hong Kong and gain insight into Cantonese culture. Explore Temple Street Market, Langham Place, Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade and more!

      See the Itinerary below for a full list of stops on the blue route.

      Special Offer - Book this tour and save up to 23% compared to booking each attraction separately! - Book Now!

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      Hong Kong Harbor Night Cruise and Dinner at Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village more_vert
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      Combine sightseeing and gourmet seafood on your evening out in Hong Kong. First, you'll take an evening cruise on Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese tour boat, then you'll sail to Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village for a sumptuous Chinese Dinner at the renowned Lei Yue Mun restaurant.

      On your relaxing evening cruise around on Hong Kong's floodlit harbor you'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar onboard a traditional Chinese tour boat.

      After your cruise on Hong Kong's bustling harbor, you will disembark at the Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village on Hong Kong's Eastern Harbor, renowned by gourmets as Hong Kong's seafood paradise. After a brief walk through the traditional Chinese seafood market, you'll enjoy a sumptuous Chinese dinner at the Lei Yue Mun restaurant.

      On your return journey to Hong Kong Island or Kowloon, you'll enjoy more glittering harbor views by night.

      9-course Chinese banquet menu

      The following 9-course Chinese meal will be served to a table seating 6-10 or more people. A table seating 5 or less people will be served with 7 dishes at the restaurant's discretion.

      • Minced chicken and sweet corn polage
      • Steamed fresh prawns
      • Deep fried squid with chili and salt
      • Scallops steamed with garlic
      • Steamed fish in traditional Cantonese style
      • Fresh oyster in batter
      • Spare ribs in sweet and sour sauce
      • Seasonal vegetables
      • Fried rice in Yeung Chau style
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      Horse Racing at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Happy Valley more_vert
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      Experience the fever-pitch atmosphere of Hong Kong's racing scene by taking in either a daytime or evening horse racing tour! Offered exclusively for overseas visitors only, this tour gives you access to the Members' Enclosure, international buffet with unlimited serving of house wines, standard pouring brand, house beers, orange juice and soft drinks inside the Visitors' Box, and a tour of the parade ring and winning post.

      Available from September to June, experience daytime or nighttime racing at the famous Happy Valley Racecourse on Hong Kong. You'll receive drinks on arrival, dine at the international buffet and receive a welcome pack including a HK$30 betting voucher.

      The tour is restricted to tourists aged over 18 years who have been in Hong Kong for less than 21 days and hold a valid overseas passport. Dress code is smart casual, so no tracksuits, vests, shorts, overalls or sports shoes.

      Please note that on certain days, the horse racing event will take place on Sha Tin Racecourse. Evening horse-racing events are usually scheduled on Wednesdays while daytime horse-racing events are usually scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays. For more details on specific days, please click on the orange View Additional Info button below.

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      Kowloon and New Territories Tour more_vert
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      This tour of Kowloon and the New Territories travels towards the Hong Kong / China border taking in the Wong Tai Sin Temple, the largest Taoist temple in Hong Kong, glimpses of China's Shenzhen special economic zone skyline as well as the well preserved, fortified village of Tsang Tai Uk, which stands today as it did in the early 1800's.

      New Territories is a region in Hong Kong, China. The region comprises the area north of the Boundary Street and south of the Sham Chun River (Shenzhen River) which is the border between Hong Kong and mainland China, as well as most of Hong Kong's outlying islands including Lantau Island, Lamma Island, Cheung Chau, and Peng Chau.

      This tour of Kowloon and the New Territories commences from Kowloon Peninsula and makes several interesting stops on the way to and from the border with China. Wongtaisin Temple is the largest Taoist temple in Hong Kong and is visited annually by more than 3 million worshippers. No other temple presents visitors with such insight into Chinese religious beliefs and practices.

      A typical old-style rural local market to sells fresh produce, daily necessities and electronic equipment. Lok Ma Chau is a good vantage point to glimpse the remarkable skyline of China's Shenzhen special economic zone.

      Tsang Tai Uk is near the approach road to the Lion Rock Tunnel is an outstanding example of a fortified village. The name means Tsang's Big House. Built in the 1840s, it is a large, rectangular grey-brick compound with high, thick walls and tall corner towers. Originally designed as the home for a rich quarry-master's clan, the walled village gained its current name when it gave refuge to displaced families after the Second World War.

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      Hong Kong Market Walking Tour: Mongkok District more_vert
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      Shop your way through the streets of Mongkok! This guided Hong Kong walking tour takes you to the various street markets that the district of Mongkok is known for, including the Mongkok Wet Market, the Goldfish Market and the Jade Market! You’ll be immersed in the lively atmosphere of Mongkok as you explore the markets’ shops and restaurants, where locals stock up on everything from electronics to fish.

      Your Hong Kong walking tour starts as you and your guide hop on the open-top sightseeing bus in Kowloon and make your way to the Mongkok District, which boasts the highest population density in the world. The area is home to a large number of markets and shops selling a variety of goods from women’s clothing to electronics to fish! These busy commercial streets draw locals and visitors alike – it’s a must-see area of the city.

      Stop first at the Mongkok Wet Market, an outdoor fresh meat and vegetable market. Next, visit Fa Yuen Street Market, where small retailers sell an assortment of clothing and accessories. Then enjoy the colorful sights and wonderful scents of the Flower Market, and try on the many jade accessories sold at the Jade Market. Delight in the melodious sounds of songbirds at the Yuen Po Street Garden, and then stroll to the Goldfish Market, which sells assorted aquarium pets and ornaments.

      Along the way, enter the Tin Hau Temple, one of Hong Kong’s oldest and most traditional temple complexes, with its elegant Main Hall dedicated to Tin Hau, the protector of the fishermen. Mystics predicting futures are scattered throughout the complex, and elderly locals playing chess can be found under banyan trees outside.

      After the tour, you are free to use your day pass for the Kowloon Big Bus to visit other locations and attractions in the city!

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      Lantau Island and Giant Buddha Day Trip from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Embark on a tour of Lantau Island in Hong Kong and visit the Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall at Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery. On this Big Buddha tour with a professional guide, you’ll discover pristine beaches, traditional fishing villages, lush valleys, soaring mountains and spiritual enlightenment. Ride a cable car from Tung Chung with spectacular views of Lantau Island, Ngong Ping Plateau and the South China Sea. Your Lantau Island tour includes round-trip hotel transport, one-way ferry and lunch.

      Please note: Cable car will not operate from Jan 1st, 2017 to May 31st, 2017 due to scheduled maintenance, you will be provided coach transfer from Nong Ping Village down to Tung Chung during this period.

      Your Lantau Island tour in Hong Kong begins with hotel pickup, followed by an express ferry ride across Hong Kong Harbour. When you reach Lantau Island with your guide, board a coach to beautiful Cheung Sha Beach – Hong Kong's longest beach. From here, head to the unique Tai O fishing village, where you’ll find local fishermen's homes built on stilts.

      Your scenic coach journey will take you up a winding mountain road to Ngong Ping Plateau, where the majestic Tian Tan Buddha sits near the Po Lin Monastery. Popularly known as the Big Buddha or Giant Buddha, the statue reaches more than 111 feet (34 meters) high, making it the world's largest seated, outdoor bronze Buddha.

      You'll have ample time to enjoy a guided Big Buddha tour, including the colorful Po Lin Monastery and its Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall. A short walk away is the Wisdom Path, where an ancient prayer is inscribed on a series of wooden columns set in a figure eight to signify infinity.

      Enjoy a traditional Buddhist vegetarian meal at the monastery, followed by an optional visit to the culturally themed Ngong Ping Village, which offers a range of regional street performances, shows and demonstrations, as well as multimedia attractions.

      Your tour of Lantau Island in Hong Kong concludes with a descent down the mountain aboard the Ngong Ping 360 sky rail cable car to the Ngong Ping Plateau – a 3-mile (5.7 km) distance away. This 25-minute journey across Tung Chung Bay offers breathtaking panoramic views of the South China Sea along with the awe-inspiring Giant Buddha nestled in the lush mountains landscape.

      From Tung Chung Village, return to Kowloon or Hong Kong Island by coach.

      Please note:

      • This tour is NOT recommended for elderly or disabled passengers due to restricted access on and off the ferryboat and Ngong Ping cable car. (Cable car subject to operational and weather conditions)
      • Cable car will be unavailable due to maintenance on the following 2014 dates: Jan 14-16, Mar 17-20, Jun 24-25, Sep 15-19 and Dec 2-3. Transportation by coach will be arranged for these dates
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      Macau Day Trip from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Complete your visit to Hong Kong with a day trip to Macau, once the oldest European settlement in the Orient. Sit back and relax as you sail across the sea from Hong Kong to Macau on a jetfoil or catamaran. Explore Macau's historical sites, such as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ruins of St Paul and A-Ma Temple (Macau Barra), and visit modern establishments like the Macau Tower with your expert guide. With lunch and round-trip hotel transport included, this full-day sightseeing tour is not to be missed!

      Please note: Due to tight schedule, this product is not recommended to travelers who need to leave Hong Kong on the same day.

      After your driver picks you up from your hotel, head to the ferry terminal to board a catamaran or jetfoil. Enjoy the 60-minute ride and admire the landscapes of both Hong Kong and Macau.

      Upon arrival in Macau, a former Portuguese colony, begin your full-day sightseeing tour with a scenic drive along the Guia Circuit, where the Macau Grand Prix is held annually. Located along the Macau Peninsula, the street circuit is considered one of the world’s most challenging circuits, due to its elevation gain and tight corners.

      Stop at Kun Iam Temple – where Marco Polo studied Buddhism – and gaze at the statue of Kum Iam, the Goddess of Mercy. Listen to your guide's informative remarks as you admire the bronze figure, which stands 66 feet (20 meters) high in embroidered silk, flanked by eighteen Buddhas.

      Re-board your vehicle and proceed to Macau Tower, the 11th tallest tower in the world. Have your camera at the ready to capture this iconic Macau site, which reaches an astonishing height of 1,108 feet (338 meters)! Entry to the observation deck is optional (own expense).
      Your guide will take you to Macau's historical center to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of A-Ma Temple, a graceful sanctuary built in 1488 in honor of Matsu, the goddess of seafarers. As you explore the halls guarded by stone lions, admire classical Chinese architectural features and hear folktales about the goddess who blesses and protects fishermen. Afterward, enjoy an international buffet lunch in a restaurant expertly selected by your guide.

      Continue on to another World Heritage Site, the Ruins of St Paul, a 16th-century complex that originally included St Paul's College and the Cathedral of St Paul. Walk up the 66 steps to see the evocative remnants and imposing facade of this historical church, designed by Italians and built by Japanese Christian exiles. Admire the still-remarkable details, including intricate stone carvings and sculptures. Then, follow your guide on a short walk to the city center, designated another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll along charming cobblestone streets, and pass quaint shops and local restaurants, in this pedestrian enclave.

      Before leaving Macau, try your luck at the gambling tables of the world-famous Macau Casino. In this premiere card room, you can join one of the daily poker tournaments or play blackjack, Spanish 21, mini baccarat and more! After your comprehensive tour of Macau, return to Hong Kong via the jetfoil or catamaran, followed by drop-off at your Hong Kong hotel.

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      Ocean Park Hong Kong Full Day Tour more_vert
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      Enjoy a full day to experience the huge variety of attractions at Ocean Park Hong Kong. See marine animals such as sea lions, dolphins, penguins and walruses; admire super cute giant pandas and other land critters; hop on amusement park rides and get fantastic photo ops over the ocean from a cable car or giant outdoor escalator. A great excursion for all ages, this convenient tour includes an experienced guide, round-trip transportation by air-conditioned coach, admission ticket, and pickup and drop-off from centrally located hotels.

      After morning pickup from your Hong Kong hotel, your guide takes you to Ocean Park. Admission ticket in hand, skip the long ticket lines and go directly into the park, which spans more than 215 acres (87 hectares).

      The park is divided into two main areas, the Waterfront and the Summit. Enjoy the experience of traveling between them on the cable car, funicular train or massive outdoor escalator. The Cable Car provides an aerial perspective over the South China Sea, while the Ocean Express train resembles a submarine and simulates a voyage to the depths of the ocean. The escalator, one of the world’s longest outdoor escalators, scales 740 feet (225 meters) of green hillside and provides excellent views of the surrounding sea and forest.

      In the Waterfront, you’ll find one of the park’s star attractions, the giant pandas exhibit where Le Le, Ying Ying, An An and Jia Jia charm their visitors. Nearby, check out the red pandas, sea otters, Chinese alligators and birds of prey. An immense aquarium offers a look at the denizens of the deep; the Adventures in Australia exhibit showcases koalas, wallabies and kookaburras. In the Old Hong Kong zone, see the city as it looked from the 1950s-1970s.

      Up on the Summit, Thrill Mountain contains many of the park’s rides, including the Hair Raiser roller coaster and the Abyss Turbo Drop, which plunges towards the ground from the height of a 20-story building. Small children love the carousel and other tot-oriented rides.

      Journey to the South Pole and North Pole exhibits to see three different penguin species, walruses, spotted seals, sea lions and arctic foxes, among others. Check the schedule for the day's animal feedings and sea lion or dolphin shows in the Ocean Theater.

      Food and drinks are available for purchase at restaurants or cafes throughout the park.

      With so much to discover, you may need more than one visit to take it all in!

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      Hong Kong Harbour Pre-Dinner Night Cruise more_vert
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      The best way to experience a Hong Kong sunset is on the harbor with a few drinks before dinner.

      So relax into your evening in Hong Kong with a cocktail-hour sunset cruise on Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing boat. You'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar onboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing boat while you watch one of the world's greatest lightshows unfold.

      Your 1.5-hour evening sightseeing cruise takes you past the illuminated Kowloon Promenade, Causeway Bay, North Point and Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village. Hong Kong and its famous sights are all brilliantly illuminated, glittering in the dark of night to make a vibrant start to your evening out in Hong Kong.

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      Hong Kong Shore Excursion: Full-Day City Sightseeing Tour more_vert
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      After your cruise ship docks in the port of Hong Kong, enjoy a full-day shore excursion to the must-see sites of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Your informative guide will take you to Hong Kong’s famous landmarks on this comprehensive sightseeing tour, a perfect introduction for first-time visitors. Enjoy a Star Ferry ride across Victoria Harbour, a sampan ride on Aberdeen Harbour and a tram ride to Victoria Peak, plus free time to browse for souvenirs at Stanley Market and the Ladies Street Market in the Mongkok District.

      Start your shore excursion of Hong Kong with a ride across Victoria Harbour aboard the Star Ferry, in operation for more than a century. This iconic attraction, popular with locals and overseas visitors, takes you to Hong Kong Island’s Central district.

      Upon arrival at Central, board a comfortable air-conditioned coach and pass picturesque Repulse Bay en route to Aberdeen Harbour, home of the Jumbo floating restaurant and fishing village. Ride a sampan around the colorful harbor and learn about this floating community where fishermen and their families still reside aboard junks.

      En route to Stanley Market, stop for a short visit to a renowned jewelry factory for insight into the jewelry-making process. See professional craftsmen making beautiful works of art, constructed of gold and gorgeous gems. At Stanley Market, popular with its array of little shops, browse for fantastic deals on everything from Chinese costume jewelry and souvenirs to silk clothing and sportswear. During your free time here, you can stop to purchase a quick bite to eat for lunch (at additional cost).

      Next, hop aboard the famous Victoria Peak tram, an eight-minute funicular railway ride to the summit. At Lion's Pavilion, the top of The Peak, enjoy the sweeping vista of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour, including Kowloon and the surrounding islands.

      Afterward, your guide will take you to the Mongkok District in Kowloon for a final stop at the Ladies Street Market. Mingle with the locals and try your hand at bargaining as you browse amid the bustling streets, before your guide delivers you back to the Hong Kong port.

      Worry-free Shore Excursion:
      We will ensure your timely return to the Hong Kong cruise port for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.

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      Hong Kong Shore Excursion: Central District Tour more_vert
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      While you're in port in Hong Kong, explore the central district – Sheung Wan – on a three-hour guided walking tour. See where past and the present converge in this well-preserved area, enjoying a glimpse of Hong Kong’s heritage and experiencing its authentic present-day lifestyle. Follow a knowledgeable local guide through the streets of Sheung Wan – a world of art galleries, old temples and specialty shops. Your shore excursion includes a ride on a traditional tram and a sampling of delicious Hong Kong treats.

      Begin your Hong Kong shore excursion with a charming ride on a traditional tram, the city's oldest form of land transportation, built in1904. With your guide, head west and start your walking tour of Sheung Wan, Hong Kong’s central urban district that maintains old customs in a vibrant atmosphere.

      Roam down Bonham Road, where vendors sell an assortment of dried seafood on the street, and enjoy a leisurely stroll around Cat Street, with plenty of window-shopping and bargaining opportunities at the many antique shops and galleries.

      Find all kinds of bric-a-bracs on Hollywood Road, which boasts several blocks of shops selling Chinese furniture, historical memorabilia, porcelain wares and even funeral items. On Hollywood Road, home to the largest Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong, you can visit this protected monument. You’ll be amazed by the interspersed images of Chinese deities and the massive incense spirals that hang from the temple ceilings.

      Next, your guide will take you to see the Mid-Level Escalators, the world’s longest covered escalators, which span more than 2,500 feet (800 meters)! Visit one of Hong Kong’s oldest fresh markets, where you can try succulent Southeast Asian fruits like durians and rambutans. Afterward, complete your authentic Hong Kong lifestyle experience at the local café, Cha Chaan Teng, where you can enjoy traditional Chinese snacks like milk tea and egg custard.

      Worry-free Shore Excursion:
      We will ensure your timely return to the Hong Kong cruise port for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.

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      Shenzhen Sightseeing and Shopping Tour from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Discover the vibrant city of Shenzhen on your full-day trip by rail from Hong Kong. With a local guide you’ll sightsee Lichi Park and Meridian View Centre, and then have free time to shop to your heart’s content. See the incredible life-size Terracotta Warriors in a Chinese Arts and Craft Center. Enjoy a shopping extravaganza at the Lo Wu Commercial Shopping Mall before returning by train.

      Please note: Due to tight schedule, this product is not recommended to travelers who need to leave Hong Kong on the same day.

      On your full-day tour, you guide picks you up from your Hong Kong hotel and takes you to the railway station where you’ll board a train for the 1-hour journey into Shenzhen.
      The tour starts in Shenzhen with a visit to Lichi Park. This lively park is a popular place for the locals to gather for morning exercise. The tour will then makes its way to the Meridian View Centre, the observatory deck of Shun Hing Square, one of the highest buildings in Shenzhen. Get some great views of the city and bordering Hong Kong while enjoying some light refreshments.
      Head over to a Chinese Arts and Craft Center to view this riveting collection of sculptures originally buried in a mausoleum near Xi'an. The figures depicting the army of Emperor Qin, the first emperor of the Qin Dynasty (221-207 BC), were buried with him to guard his empire in the afterlife, and some of them were shipped to Shenzhen for exhibition purposes. Also visit the display of jade products and a tea ceremony here.
      Enjoy a delicious Chinese lunch before starting your shopping extravaganza with free time to explore some of the 1,500 shops at the Lo Wu Commercial Shopping Mall. You’ll have 2.5 hours to browse throughout this five-story glass building. Find everything you've ever imagined including watches, handbags, shoes, electronics, clothes and much more!
      After your shopping spree, travel by first-class train back to Hong Kong with drop-off at your hotel.

      Please note: Your tour will not be confirmed unless you provide the following information at time of booking:

      • Full Name as per passport
      • Date of Birth
      • Passport Number
      • Passport Expiry Date
      • Nationality
      • Gender
      • Hotel name while staying in Hong Kong
      Please make sure to send the copy of each passenger's passport which show the Full Name, Date of Birth and Passport number to complete the booking process.

      Click on View Additional Info for the hotel pickup list.

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      New Territories of Hong Kong 'The Land Between' Tour more_vert
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      Discover Hong Kong's rural beauty away from the bustling streets, neon lights and the skyscrapers. 'The Land Between' tour will allow you to see another side of Hong Kong and it stands both as a gentle reminder of Hong Kong's past as well as a symbol of its hopes and dreams for the future. Lunch as well as coach transportation are included.

      Your first stop is the Yuen Yuen Institute, which demonstrates the significance of contributions from Confucian, Taoist and Buddhist to the local society. Then it's out into the countryside, past banana plantations and up the tallest mountain in Hong Kong, Tai Mo Shan, for a panoramic view of Hong Kong Island and the industrial town of Tsuen Wan to the south. 'The Land Between' continues heading north through the lush, rural landscapes passing both Shek Kong and Lam Chuen Valley enroute to the traditional rural market at Fanling Walled Village. Here you can browse among colorful stalls piled high with dried fish, herbs and vegetables, fresh fruit and flowers - a pungent combination.

      Then it's time to head to the border of Hong Kong and China, stopping at Luk Keng. Close by is a Hakka Village and a bird sanctuary where Chinese pond herons and night herons nest. Next, it's a trip through the Plover Cove Country park, and on to the fishing village of Sam Mun Tsai to see how local fisherfolk breed fish in submerged cages.

      Finally, your tour will return to Hong Kong via the new industrial town of Tai Po, the Chinese University and Sha Tin, once a sleepy village and now the site of an impressive new town. The tour concludes with a Chinese lunch at a popular restaurant in the New Territories.

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      Symphony of Lights Hong Kong Harbor Night Cruise more_vert
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      Hong Kong's harbor dazzles with neon at night, but the synchronized Symphony of Lights laser show takes the nightly spectacle to another level. Cruise Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing junk and enjoy an uninterrupted view of this dazzling light show for an unforgettable evening in Hong Kong.

      On your 1.5-hour evening cruise around Hong Kong's harbor you'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar while you watch one of the world's greatest lightshows unfold.

      The highlight of your evening harbor cruise is the 20-minute Symphony of Lights show, a spectacular display of laser beams bouncing off 33 key skyscrapers on both sides of the harbor. Accompanied by synchronized music and commentary, the sound and light display depicts the growth of Hong Kong from a sleepy fishing village to the dynamic world-class city it is today.

      The Hong Kong Symphony of Lights display showcases the vibrant and glamorous night vistas of Victoria Harbour, one of the world's most impressive natural harbors.

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      A Full Day Sea Kayak Tour At North Lamma Island Hong Kong more_vert
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      This full day sea kayak trip around the northern coast of Lamma Island showcases the total contrasts that make Hong Kong unique. Your sea kayak journey begins in an ancient fishing village with traditional Chinese junks and sampans tied up alongside super yachts of the wealthy day visitors. Your paddle takes you up the East Lamma Channel with unspoiled Lamma Island on the left and the huge modern skyscrapers of Hong Kong Island on the right. It takes only 30 minutes by ferry from a super modern city Hong Kong to this alongside villages that haven't changed much in decades and even centuries. This trip will show you old and new, east and west. Wild nature and man-made superstructures, all in the one memorable day.

      Lamma Island is a paradise just a 30-minute ferry ride from the Central, Hong Kong. The island is physically evenly divided into 2 halves, The northern half is where the majority of the inhabitants live. The village of Yung Shue Wan is regarded as Hong Kong’s expat hippy capital due to the laid back lifestyle, arts and crafts stalls, boutique restaurants and cafes and of course fresh organic foods.

      The northern half of Lamma Island is also full of contrasts - the very essence of what makes Hong Kong a unique destination. From ancient fishing villages to modern skyscrapers, plodding sampans to monster container ships, remote white beaches to coal-fired power stations – all within a 4 hour paddle!

      Your sea kayak journey will take you from Sok Kwu Wan (Picnic Bay) in the middle of the island, around the northern tip to Yung Shue Wan.

      Departing Sok Kwu Wan, you pass through an ancient fishing village and have a close up look at a traditional Hong Kong fish farm. You will spend the morning sea kayaking north up the East Lamma Channel sandwiched between sparsely populated Lamma Island and the contrasting, densely populated Hong Kong Island coastline.  Directly ahead, on our left we see small traditional sampans, little coastal villages and the forest clad Lamma Island coast. On our right, only 2000m away, are modern pleasure yachts, huge container ships and the skyrise that is Hong Kong Island.

      No matter how many times you see these incredible differences side by side, you can never quite get used to it.

      You will have a picnic lunch on a deserted beach at the northern tip of the island before heading west to the northern village of Yang Shu Wan. Here, depending on the individuals in the group, you will have the option of continuing by sea kayak and paddling through the 'monstrous' coal-fired power station that dominates the north-west Lamma Island skyline, or retire to explore the village itself.

      The tour finishes here or further south at Lo So Shing beach depending on weather conditions and tidal currents. Ferries depart for Hong Kong Island every 40 minutes so there is plenty of time to relax and enjoy the Bohemian ambiance before heading back to the crowds of the city.

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      Full-Day Lamma Island Sea Kayaking and Hiking Tour from Hong Kong more_vert
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      This tour combines the best of Lamma Island. Perfect for people who have limited time but want to see a part of Hong Kong that they would never have guessed even existed. In the morning, you will explore the beautiful and remote southern coastline of Lamma Island by sea kayak before hiking into the Sea Turtle Marine Reserve (closed to boats from June to Oct). Your afternoon is spent swimming at the beach and trekking over the island back to our Sok Kwu Wan sea kayak base. A beautiful and wild part of Hong Kong that few visitors have seen.

      From the base, you will paddle through a traditional, floating fish farm that is the mainstay of the local economy. The bird life here is spectacular with herons, egrets and kites all getting a free lunch! Your paddle takes you out into Lamma Channel before getting to the southern coast of the island to view the beautiful and remote granite cliffs.

      The destination is a golden white sand beach that rings this crescent bay. You will have a swim and lunch here, and then leave your kayaks to your afternoon hike. Starting with a short hike to Turtle Beach to view the only nesting place in Hong Kong for the endangered green sea turtle.

      Continue hiking onto the ridge that spans both the north and south sections of Lamma island. The views along the ridge are beautiful, looking out over the South China Sea or back to Hong Kong Island. Our afternoon trek ends back at the sea kayak base at Sok Kwu Wan to enable you to catch a return ferry back to Hong Kong Island.

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      Kayak Adventure with Chinese White Dolphin in Hong Kong more_vert
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      This amazing sea kayak exploration of the remote coast of South Lantau Island takes you deep into the natural habitat of the Chinese White Dolphin (Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin). Your journey takes you west along the beautiful and untouched coastline passed deep bays, white sandy beaches, mangrove swamps and mud flats. You will have lunch at a deserted beach, all while keeping an eye out for your friends the dolphin. Please do not intrude as you are the guest in their world, and deep respect is required from all participants. The entired sightings are recorded and will be submitted to the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society to be added to their database. Since your group is the only people who visit this part of the dolphin habitat so the sightings will play an important part in the ongoing protection of these amazing mammals. 

      You will be met at the Tung Chung MTR station before boarding a local bus to take us on a short journey (35 minutes) over the mountains to the sea kayak base at Tung Fuk, overlooking the South China Sea on the southern coast of Lantau Island. Here you will meet your instructor/guide for the day, receive a comprehensive briefing on the journey and how to paddle your sea kayak before we take to the water for some kayak training. 

      Your sea kayak journey takes you towards south, heading west along the coast passing rocky shores and deserted beaches with the beautiful, ever-present, mountainous backdrop of Lantau Island in the distance. After approximately 1 hour paddling, you are deep in dolphin habitat. You will take your lunch break early at one of the deserted sandy beaches. If the day is warm enough, you can have a swim. Otherwise, just explore on foot the forests and scrubs that surround the area.

      After lunch, you will start the Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin watching. The dolphins do not avoid people like they do the motorized vessels so you are able to get relatively close when your instructor sight them. As your group will be the only people to come to this part of the habitat, you do not have to worry or hurry. Once your instructor makes a sighting, you simply paddle towards them but keep a respectful distance.

      If the dolphins decide to come very close, it is a once in a lifetime experience. However, please note, these are wild animals and it cannot be guaranteed any sightings. Therefore, if you do not happen to see them in your short time on the water, you will be able to understand why such mammals inhabit this beautiful and remote part of Hong Kong. 

      Your return journey takes you back along the coast to Tung Fuk, keeping a watch out for your playful friends.After a shower and change back into your city clothes you are escorted to Moi Wo, on the eastern end of Lantau Island to take a short ferry ride back to the hustle and bustle of the densely populated Hong Kong Island.

      Please Note: This is a very active activity where you will be paddling a sea kayak on the open ocean. Please ensure that you have the fitness required to complete this tour before you make a booking.

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      Kowloon and The New Territories Half Day Tour more_vert
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      A new version of Kowloon and the New Territories half-day tour will enable you to go beyond the Island for a different experience of Hong Kong.

      Go beyond the Island to Kowloon and the New Territories for a different experience of Hong Kong.

      Start your day explore Tsang Tai Uk, or “Tsang’s big house.” Built in the 1840s, it’s one of the best preserved walled villages in Hong Kong.

      You will then visit to a spectacular Tang dynasty-style Buddhist temple (Chi Lin Nunnery). This Buddhist nunnery is stunning with its monastery complex having been renovated as a piece of Tang dynasty architecture. The grand and elegant complex will surely become one of China's great cultural attractions in the years to come.  Then enjoy a walk at Nan Lian Garden where is a Tang Garden & its scenic garden is meticulously landscaped over an area of 3.5 hectares, in which every hill, rock, body of water, plant and timber structure has been placed according to specific rules and methods.

      Continuous explore the fascinating heritage from a street market dedicated to songbirds to Flower Market before enjoying the Hong Kong’s style Milk Tea and Egg Tart.

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      Small Group Walking Tour: Local Life in Hong Kong's Back Streets more_vert
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      Experience another side of Asia's vibrant metropolis on a half-day urban excursion into the local heart of Hong Kong. Try your hand at the strange local tradition of "villain-hitting", visit a historic fishing village and square up for a game of mahjong with a local family on the ultimate city tour with a twist.

      Get a taste of Hong Kong's true local flavour on a backstreets adventure beyond the tourist trail. Start your journey with a trip on a Hong Kong commuter classic, the Star Ferry. As one of the oldest forms of public transportation in the city, your view on board is the perfect front row seat to witness Hong Kong's iconic skyline unfolding as you chug across Victoria Harbour. After docking, hop off of the ferry and onto one of the city's famous double-decker trams - the only tram system run exclusively on these two-level carriages.

      Whiz through the city by tram before meeting up with a Dai Siu Yan practitioner, or "villian hitting", a bizarre local custom that's sometimes described as Hong Kong's own voodoo black magic. With the help of your guide and Dai Siu Yan expert, partake in a bit of villian hitting for yourself - but be careful, it's believed to curse your enemies as well as welcome good fortune!

      Afterwards, take a short stroll to Shau Kei Wan, a historic fishing village in the north-eastern corner of the island that retains a timeless aura, immune to the rapid modernisation in the rest of the city. Follow your guide through narrow alleyways to the frenetic wet market for a glimpse at how locals swap stories and stock up on their morning groceries. Then, walk to Main Street East, a once-infamous hangout for pirates that's now filled with chic bars and trendy restaurants. Stop by the Shing Wong Temple, dedicated to the guardian god of the city and built in 1877, before wrapping up your tour with a visit to a local family at nearby Ming Wah Dai, the oldest existing public housing estate in the city. Square up for a game of Hong Kong mahjong and a friendly chat.

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      2-Hour Private Chinese Porcelain Masterclass more_vert
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      Learn the traditional skill of porcelain painting, a Chinese symbol of both ancient wisdom and extraordinary craftsmanship. With guidance from a porcelain expert, choose from hundreds of colours, brushes and tools, and paint your own beautiful cup or plate. Take home your personal creation as a unique souvenir of your masterclass in Hong Kong.

      Meet your porcelain master Amy, who is an artist, lecturer and teacher of porcelain painting with 18 years of experience. Amy learnt the skill in Hong Kong and has had her work displayed as far as the US.

      Join Amy for an artistic and intriguing insight into Chinese porcelain painting. Learn about the history, importance and process of porcelain art, then head to the workshop to try this unique skill yourself. Take your pick from an array of tools and up to three hundred colours, then decorate a cup or plate with guidance from the talented Amy. Finally, take home your one-of-a-kind souvenir as a reminder of your rare masterclass in Hong Kong.

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      Mrs Wan's Home Cooking Masterclass in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Learn about Hong Kong cuisine in an intimate cooking masterclass at a local home. Begin with a trip to the wet market, finding the finest ingredients with guidance from your experienced master. Then, head back to Mrs Wan’s traditional home to learn the secrets behind the delicious dishes of Hong Kong.

      Meet your cooking master: Mrs Wan, a local housewife with over 40 years of experience of cooking authentic Hong Kong cuisine. Mrs Wan bargains for ingredients at the wet market every day before lovingly preparing a delicious family dinner.

      Begin by exploring the real Hong Kong with a trip to the wet market. Let Mrs Wan guide you through rows of fresh meat, vegetables and seafood, finding the best prices and quality with her skillful bargaining. Then, head back to her home kitchen and learn about the best flavours and techniques used to make traditional Hong Kong cuisine. Finally, after detailed cooking guidance from Mrs Wan, dig into your delicious dishes.

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      6-Hour Hong Kong Excursion to Cheung Chau Island With Dim Sum Lunch more_vert
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      This is a 6-hour excursion from Hong Kong to explore the beauty of nature, unique traditions and historical sites of the tiny dumbbell-shape Cheung Chau Island. Hotel pick up, round trip ferry tickets and dim sum lunch are all inclusive.

      Your tour guide will come to pick you up at your hotel lobby in the morning.Then you will start your wonderful 6-hour excursion to Cheung Chau island.

      The tiny dumbbell-shape Cheung Chau is a perfect opportunity to explore the beauty of nature, unique tradi-tions and historical sites of the Island. Visit Pak Tai Temple, featuring traditional Chinese architecture before unwinding at Tung Wha beach’s soft sands, which even feature some bronze-age carvings. Ride on a wooden sampan into a typhoon shelter en route to the hideout of notorious pirate Cheung Po Tsai. After a scrumptious dim sum lunch, spend the remainder of the afternoon at Tin Hau, a 200 year-old temple dedi-cated to the Goddess of the Sea.

       Note: Transfer from the Ferry Pier in Central to your hotel is not included after tour ends.





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      Hong Kong City Night Cruise Including Bubba Gump Dinner and Drinks more_vert
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      See the mesmerizing reflections of Hong Kong’s neon lights wavering in the dark blue waters. Your evening begins with a 4-course set dinner at the highest restaurant in Hong Kong: the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Finish with a night cruise and unlimited drinks on board. Selected hotel transfers included.

      After pickup from selected hotels in the evening, you'll be transferred to Hong Kong's Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Located atop the famous Peak Tower on Victoria Peak, Bubba Gump offers unobstructed panoramas of the glittering harbor and skyline.

      Once you're satiated by the delicious four-course set menu (vegetarian meals can be arranged on request), continue on to bustling Temple Street with your guide. This authentic and lively marketplace comes alive when the sun sets. Take in the sight of talented street performers, mystical fortune tellers, and vendors hawking various goods.

      Finally, travel to Victoria Harbour and board a quaint Chinese junk that carries you through calm waters. Enjoy unlimited drinks including house red or white wine, beer, gin, whisky, soft drinks, coffee, tea, and mineral water. Soak up the sight of Hong Kong's neon-lit reflections before your 5-hour tour ends with hotel drop-off.

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      5-Hour Private Excursion to New Territories Trail from Hong Kong more_vert
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      A specially designed guided 5-hour excursion by limousine featuring an insight into Hong Kong’s heritage, culture and tradition and a visit to the Eco-friendly Wetland Park.

      Your private tour guide will come to pick you up at your hotel lobby, and you will start your 5-Hour excursion to explore the New Territories area.

      Your tour highlights include:

      -The Hong Kong Heritage Museum: Located within a wooded setting just out of view of Sha Tin’s towering housing complexes, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is patterned after the traditional si he yuan (courtyard); a compound of harmoniously blended houses built around a central courtyard. The extensive museum is divided into 12 exhibition galleries, each a treasure trove of relics that express the history, culture and arts of early Hong Kong and the nearby South China region.

      -Hong Kong Wetland Park: This popular park is a combination of conservation, education and tourism attraction. The park comprises a 10,000-square-metre visitor centre, a 60-hectare Wetland Reserve and Wetland Interactive World featuring themed exhibition galleries, a theatre, an indoor play area for “swamp adventures” and a resource centre.

      -Tai Fu Tai Mansion: This opulent residence built in 1865 is considered to be one of the most beautifully embellished traditional Chinese buildings in Hong Kong. It is particularly renowned for its fine architectural decorations, such as the lavish plaster moldings and auspicious Chinese woodcarvings adorning its regal interior. Here you can appreciate how the Chinese elite of Hong Kong lived during the 19th century
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      Walking and Shopping in the Mid-Levels and Central of Hong Kong more_vert
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      The words variety and Hong Kong shopping go hand-in-tote bag. And that’s not just in the range of goods on offer, but in the countless ways you can find and buy them. Whether you’re a ‘mallster’ or a market hound, there’s plenty to choose from in Asia’s world city. This private walking excursion is designed to offer a distinctive experience to browse and shop in one of Hong Kong Island’s oldest settlement in the Mid-Level and Central districts.

      You will begin the excursion by ascending on the escalator (world's longest outdoor covered escalator system) from Central to the Mid-Levels

      Your first stop is Upper Lascar Row("Lascars" were seamen from South Asia) better known as Cat Street - a narrow alley in Mid-Levels that runs parallel to Hollywood Road on the north side. It is a straight alley measuring over 509 feet where you can find such treasures, within its fantastic congregation of antique dealers, curio merchants and art galleries. This is also the place to go for bargains in jade, silk products, embroideries and wooden handicraft items.

      Next, take a short stroll to the nearby PMQ passing the celebrated Man Mo Temple built in 1847.

      The PMQ (literally meaning Police Married Quarters) is a site with several layers of historical significance being a number of school and colleges from 1889 to being the Hollywood Road Police Married Quarters in 1951. In 2009 the site was listed as one of eight projects under ‘Conserving Central.. Renamed as PMQ, the site is now a hub for design and creative industries.

      Afterwards, continue along Hollywood Road lines with more antiques, curio shops and art galleries and head from the buzzing Central district where we visit the flagship store of Shanghai Tang in Duddell Street - a meticulously decorated store sprinkled with beautiful craftsmanship and a great go-to for hip Chinoiserie. Keeping in line with Shanghai Tang’s unique way of blending traditional Chinese elements with contemporary style, the 15,000-square-meter shop welcomes customers with a custom-made crystal chandelier that symbolizes longevity.

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      5-Hour Hong Kong Markets Walking Tour more_vert
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      Hong Kong has plenty of atmospheric street markets and shopping streets – entire thoroughfares dedicated to one type of product. The South China practice of grouping similar businesses on one street means you can do much more: goldfish, birds, clothes, flowers– if it’s worth shopping, it has a street here. This specially designed excursion to four popular markets starts off with a short ride on the MTR (Hong Kong’s mass transit system) to Mongkok

      Meet your professional tour guide at departure point, and visit the Flower Market, a jungle of exotic blooms and scents that’s worth immersing yourself in. The dozens of shops and wholesalers here sell auspicious blossoms and luck-bringing houseplants to an enthusiastic crowd all year round.

      Next, visit Bird Street - a popular haunt for songbird supporters. The visually engaging Yuen Po Street Bird Garden is designed in the style of a traditional Chinese garden. The park has dozens of stalls selling exotic birds, beautifully crafted bamboo cages, porcelain water dishes and other bird-care paraphernalia. While it’s unlikely that you’ll be purchasing a few Chinese thrushes as mementos of your Hong Kong trip, the garden is a pleasant place to witness this age-old Chinese hobby in action; where elderly men feed and preen their feathered friends in exchange for sweet songs.

      You will also visit the nearby Goldfish Market, lined on either side with shops devoted to the raising of many types of fish, from weirdly shaped goldfish to colourful tropical species with gaspingly high price tags. In between, you’ll also spot a few amphibians and reptiles crawling about; not to mention some impressive saltwater aquarium setups complete with coral.

      Finally, you will visit the Fa Yuen Street Market- a wet market housed in the Fa Yuen Street Municipal Building- here you will have a great insight of busy stalls selling fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood. Experience the sights and sounds of old-school market business in full swing and a vivid and timeless world of food shopping that refuses to be extinguished by modern supermarkets!

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      Hong Kong Night Tour: The Illuminated City and Harbour more_vert
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      A great combination of a cruise on Hong Kong’s famous Victoria Harbor and a drive up to Victoria Peak for a fabulous night view and dinner followed by a visit to one of the city's most popular night market at Temple Street.

      You will first board on a Chinese style cruiser for a relaxing cruise on Victoria Harbor glittering in spectacular lighting gliding past the Western district, Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter and the neon-lit entertainment district of Wan Chai, whilst enjoying unlimited complimentary drinks (including alcoholic beverages).

      Afterwards, drive up to the famous Victoria Peak (554 M) where dinner is served at the “Bubba Gump” - the highest restaurant in town offering a sweeping night view of the city & harbor. This family friendly restaurant is themed on Forrest Gump’s life, and showcases memorabilia & photos from the movie, along with reproductions of script pages, storyboards & costumes.

      Next, you cross to Kowloon to the renowned Temple Street, best known for its night market and are extremely popular with tourists and locals alike. This crowded flea market is sometimes known as “Poor Man’s Night Club”.

      Pickup from below Hotels in Kowloon (Tsimshatsui Area):

      1. Park Hotel (17:40)
      2. Kowloon Hotel (17:50)        

      Pickup from below Hotels on Hong Kong Island Side:

      1. Excelsior Hotel (17:00)
      2. Cosmopolitan Hotel (17:15)
      Please meet your tour guide at the designated hotels above to join in this tour.
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      Walking Experience of Hong Kong Colonial History more_vert
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      This walking experience traces back to the Colonial period in Hong Kong which began in the 19th century when the British Empire launched their first and one of the most aggressive expeditionary forces to claim the territory under Queen Victoria in 1840. The focal point of our excursion is the so called “Government Hill” area on Hong Kong Island, historically known Victoria City. With its proximity to Victoria Harbor, the area has served as the center of trade and financial activities from the earliest day of the colonial era in 1841, and continues to flourish after the transfer of sovereignty to China in 1997.

      Meet your guide at the departure point, and start your half day walking tour.

      This 4-hour walking tour is going to cover following highlights:

      • The Former Legislative Council Building & Former Supreme Court: The building was designed by British architects responsible for the eastern facade of Buckingham Palace. The structure was built on reclaimed land, and opened on 15 January 1912.
      • The Cenotaph: This monument, constructed in 1923 and is located between Statue Square and the City Hall, commemorates the dead in the First and Second World War that served in Hong Kong in the armed forces.
      • Former French Mission Building: This is a declared monument currently housing the Court of Final Appeal.  The present three-storey building was built in 1917, and constructed in granite and red bricks in Neo-Classical style from the Edwardian period.
      • St. John’s Cathedral: This is the he second oldest building in Hong Kong and the oldest Anglican Church in the Far East, which opened for service on Sunday, 11th March, 1849. The cathedral's architectural style is a plain, unadorned adaptation of 13th century English and Decorated Gothic. During the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong from 1941 to 1945, the Cathedral was converted into a club for the Japanese.
      • Flagstaff House: The former Flagstaff House is also one of the oldest British-style architecture remaining in Hong Kong located within the Hong Kong Park. It has been a longtime residence of the Commander of the British forces in Hong Kong during colonial times. Today Flagstaff House houses the Museum of Tea Ware.
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      Private Hong Kong City Tour: Insight of Kowloon more_vert
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      A specially designed guided excursion by private limousine incorporating a visit to a unique temple complex of elegant wooden in Tang dynasty architectural style, and its nearby scenic gardens, visit a former public housing estate and it's museum followed by a walk in the crowded aisles of a popular market.

      Your tour guide will come to meet you at your hotel lobby, and take you to this interesting city tour to find out more about Kowloon area in Hong Kong.

      The tour highlights include:

      • Chi Lin Nunnery:  This revered establishment was established in 1934 and renovated in Tang dynasty style (AD 618–907) in 1990, the Chi Lin Nunnery is a large temple complex of elegant wooden architecture, treasured Buddhist relics and soul-soothing lotus ponds. The complex also includes a series of temple halls, some of which contain gold, clay and wooden statues representing divinities such as the Sakyamuni Buddha and Bodhisattva.
      • Nan Lian Garden: The nearby Nan Lian Garden is a public park also built in the style of the Tang dynasty. Its scenic garden is meticulously landscaped over an area of 3.5 hectares, in which every hill, rock, body of water, plant and timber structure has been placed according to specific rules and methods. There are permanent exhibitions of Chinese timber architecture, rocks and potted plants.
      • Mei Ho House: Situated among-st the Shek Kip Mei Housing Estate, the heritage of Mei Ho House comes alive where visitors will be able to trace the history of public housing in colonial Hong Kong between the 1950s and 1970s at the Mei Ho House museum.
      • Ladies Market: Located in the popular and populated shopping district of Mongkok, the renowned “Ladies Market” on Tung Choi Street features more than 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs within a one-kilometer stretch on which to practice your bargaining skills. It gets its name from the huge amount of clothing and accessories on sale for women of all ages; however, with watches, cosmetics, bags, home furnishings, CDs and trinkets also up for grabs, you can find great bargains within its crowded aisles!
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      Container Port Tour in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Are you looking for something new and interesting to do in Hong Kong? Get off the normal tourist route for this truly unique Hong Kong experience, touring one of the world's largest and busiest container ports by boat. Its a great day out for friends and family and a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the action so close.

      It's a great day out with your family or friends and the only opportunity you'll get in Hong Kong to be so close to the action. Set yourselves up around a table or on a bean bag on Jungle Jane with a glass of wine or beer, and make the most of this unique opportunity to get close to the big container ships and one of the busiest and most efficient ports in the world.


      THE BOAT
      Jungle Jane is one of Hong Kong' most iconic boats. It has a huge open deck with funky lounge furniture including bean bags, kind sunbed as well as tables and chairs.

      THE GUIDE
      Your guide, New Zealander, James Hargraves has 10 years experience working in the shipping industry in Asia and will give you an insiders view with some interesting knowledge about the port.

      THE TOUR
      After taking Jungle Jane right up inside the Hong Kong Container Port for the tour, and you will stop for lunch at Ma Wan deserted village, where you can take a stroll before enjoying a sausage sizzle lunch, salads and dessert plus some great wines, beer and soft drinks on board Jungle Jane. 

      Don’t forget to bring your camera!

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      5-Hour Private Customized Walking Tour in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Enjoy a 5-hour walking tour of Hong Kong with a western (expatriate) tour guide. Your tour will customized around your interests and can include Victoria Peak, riding the Star Ferry, Aberdeen, Stanley, The Peninsula Hotel, Mong Kok, Central, Wan Chai and more. Your guide will be an expert on Hong Kong and as well as visiting key areas of interest you can choose to learn about Hong Kong's history, culture, religion, politics and food. During your walking tour you will travel around on foot and using Hong Kong's world class public transportation system. You will use a combination of trams (trolleys), boats, taxis and the MTR (subway). By the end of your tour you will feel like a local Hong Konger!

      Some people come to Hong Kong with a very clear idea of what they would like to see and do. Others are overwhelmed with the number of options they have read about leaving them with ‘no idea’ as to what they would like to include in their tour. And then there are those that would simply prefer to leave everything in the hands of their guide. This tour is 100% flexible and you can work with your private guide for all types of requirements and preferences.

      Upon booking you will provide some basic questions about your preferences. Then, your guide will plan your tour based on your requirements and interests. You can also discuss with your guide when you meet up, and any changes to the plan can be made whenever you like, even during the tour.

      Some popular sites that you may like to include in your tour:

      • Victoria Peak - admiring the view and learning about the notable buildings and the development of the city. 
      • Sheung Wan - learning about Chinese Medicine and medicinal foods.
      • Central - exploring the banking and financial district and learning about Feng Shui in architecture and business. 
      • Soho - riding the worlds longest escalator system and seeing the most westernised side of Hong Kong. 
      • Tsim Sha Tsui - discover some of Hong Kong's oldest and most notable buildings including The Peninsular Hotel and Hullet House, the former marine police headquarters. 
      • Mong Kok - Explore the colourful Flower Market, Bird Market, Goldfish Market and Ladies Market.
      • Sham Shui Po - visit the least affluent area of Hong Kong and learn about the day to day life of the average Hong Konger. 
      • Aberdeen - take a short cruise through Aberdeen Harbour and visit the famous floating restaurant JUMBO. 
      • Stanley - take a stroll along the promenade, shop at the famous Stanley Markets and learn about Stanley's history as a base for pirates. 
      Some discussion topics that you may be interested in:
      • History - learn about the British colonisation of Hong Kong, the Opium Wars and Hong Kong's return to China.
      • Culture and religion - visit one or more of Hong Kong's beautiful temples to learn about the religions of Taoism and Buddhism. Understand the importance of offerings and fortune telling.
      • Politics - discuss the agreements under which Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997 the current political environment.
      • Food - eat your way through Hong Kong tasting the Cantonese favourites of Dim Sum, Wonton Noodles, BBQ Pork, Fish Balls, Egg Puffs and more.
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      8-Hour Private Customized Walking Tour in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Enjoy an 8-hour walking tour of Hong Kong with a western (expatriate) tour guide. Your tour will customized around your interests and can include Victoria Peak, riding the Star Ferry, Aberdeen, Stanley, The Peninsula Hotel, Mong Kok, Central, Wan Chai and more. Your guide will be an expert on Hong Kong and as well as visiting key areas of interest you can choose to learn about Hong Kong's history, culture, religion, politics and food. During your walking tour you will travel around on foot and using Hong Kong's world class public transportation system. You will use a combination of trams (trolleys), boats, taxis and the MTR (subway). By the end of your tour you will feel like a local Hong Konger!

      Some people come to Hong Kong with a very clear idea of what they would like to see and do. Others are overwhelmed with the number of options they have read about leaving them with ‘no idea’ as to what they would like to include in their tour. And then there are those that would simply prefer to leave everything in the hands of their guide. This tour is 100% flexible and your personal guide can accommodate all your requirements and preferences.

      Upon booking you will provide some basic questions about your preferences. Then, your guide will plan your tour based on your requirements and interests. You can also discuss with your guide when you meet up, and any changes to the plan can be made whenever you like, even during the tour.

      Some popular sites that you may want to visit:

      • Victoria Peak - admiring the view and learning about the notable buildings and the development of the city. 
      • Sheung Wan - learning about Chinese Medicine and medicinal foods.
      • Central - exploring the banking and financial district and learning about Feng Shui in architecture and business. 
      • Soho - riding the worlds longest escalator system and seeing the most westernised side of Hong Kong. 
      • Tsim Sha Tsui - discover some of Hong Kong's oldest and most notable buildings including The Peninsular Hotel and Hullet House, the former marine police headquarters. 
      • Mong Kok - Explore the colourful Flower Market, Bird Market, Goldfish Market and Ladies Market.
      • Sham Shui Po - visit the least affluent area of Hong Kong and learn about the day to day life of the average Hong Konger. 
      • Aberdeen - take a short cruise through Aberdeen Harbour and visit the famous floating restaurant JUMBO. 
      • Stanley - take a stroll along the promenade, shop at the famous Stanley Markets and learn about Stanley's history as a base for pirates.
      Discussion topics that you may be interested in:
      • History - learn about the British colonisation of Hong Kong, the Opium Wars and Hong Kong's return to China.
      • Culture and religion - visit one or more of Hong Kong's beautiful temples to learn about the religions of Taoism and Buddhism. Understand the importance of offerings and fortune telling.
      • Politics - discuss the agreements under which Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997 the current political environment.
      • Food - eat your way through Hong Kong tasting the Cantonese favourites of Dim Sum, Wonton Noodles, BBQ Pork, Fish Balls, Egg Puffs and more. 
      After tour is finished, you can choose to be dropped-off at your hotel lobby or to be left in the city to continue exploring on your own.
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      Local Markets Hopping Tour in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Hong Kong is packed full of fascinating markets and all these markets are colorful and lively, absolutely a must on any visit. It’s not only a great place for shoppers to “go shopping” but also a kaleidoscope for photographers. Come and explore the best of Hong Kong's lively markets on this half-day small group walking tour.

       Meet your friendly tour guide and group fellows at Prince Edward MTR station(2:00pm) to begin this 4-hour fun market journey. During this tour, you will take MTR or public double decker bus between stops just like a local (at your own cost).

      Please see the markets and places your will be visiting in below:

      • Flower Market - a jungle of colorful flowers, fragrant scents and luck-bringing houseplants spread out over 50 shop.
      • Bird Garden - a charming Chinese-style garden where you will hear melodious chirping from the hundreds of birds in more than 70 songbird stalls.
      • Fa Yuen Street - a popular non-touristy local street market where vendors sell bargain-priced clothes, bags, accessories and other household items.  It’s time to practice or to show your bargaining skills here, If you’re not up for bargaining, it’s still tons of fun to experience the atmosphere of the market, set deep within the neighbourhood of Mong Kok - the world’s most densely populated neighborhood with more than 130,000 people per square kilometer! 
      • Near the Fa Yuen Street market is the Gold Fish market – with shops devoted to the raising of various kinds of gold fish, from the weird looked gold fish to the colorful tropical species, you will also be impressed by the saltwater aquarium setups with coral.
      • Yau Ma Tei Theatre - the oldest existing theater in Kowloon and Yau Ma Tei fruit market, a century-old wholesale market.
      • Jade Market - has more than 400 stalls selling jade pendants, bracelets and ornaments to learn why the Chinese believe jade wards off evil spirits.
      • Temple Street Market - the liveliest night market in Hong Kong.  Find bargain electronic goods, try the savory treats from one of the many open-air food stands or visit a feng shui advisor.  You will also catch an impromptu Cantonese opera show, this all adds to the lively and bustling atmosphere of the market.

      After your tour is finished, your guide will see you off at Jordon MTR station.

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      SOHO Gallery Walk more_vert
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      This tour is specially designed for art lovers with inquisitive mind. Walking into a wide range of galleries in Central, Sheung Wan and Soho areas that cover different aspects of modern art, you will surely enjoy the conversation with the knowledgeable tour guides on the latest trend of modern art. You will find this tour a deep dive into the gallery eco-system in Hong Kong and will equip you with a fresh pairs of eyes to appreciate the world of art.

      Hong Kong hosts more than 200 galleries of various sizes and styles, and you will visit hand-picked handful of them to encourage an intimate conversation with the fresh art work from primary market. The experience varies from time to time as the exhibitions constantly change.

      During this interesting art tour, you will see modern and contemporary paintings by both greater China and global artists, sculptures, installation, photography, etc.. Come and get the Insight of art work valuation and auction secrets. In addition, you may even pick up a few tricks on how to bargain in art market.

      • $43.73
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      Central Street Art Walking Tour more_vert
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      Do you know the street art you pass by every day might be a masterpiece from a world famous artist? Can you imagine that a humble painting on the wall of a small alley could worth $2 million? Are you aware that your favorite piece of street art is very likely to be gone the next day? Come and join this 1-hour art tour to walk around SOHO area where you will find the answers for above questions.

      Meet your guide and tour fellows at meeting point on Sunday morning to start your 1 hour art tour in the Soho area. This is small group art tour is perfectly fit for art lovers with inquisitive mind. You will be shared the stories behind the fabulous hidden art pieces in the most secret streets in Hong Kong.

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      Hong Kong International Airport Plaza Premium Lounge more_vert
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      After arriving in Hong Kong, refresh and recharge in the Plaza Premium Airport Lounge before boarding your connecting flight. Take a hot shower, use the wireless network and enjoy delicious food and beverages. Choose from several options depending on the length of time you need to relax.

      Escape the hectic airport atmosphere and head to the Plaza Premium Lounge at Hong Kong International Airport. After arriving in Hong Kong, enjoy high-quality service, relaxation and comfort in the lounge. Depending on your needs, choose from three, six or 12 hours of relaxation in the lounge facilities.

      The lounge operates 24 hours per day, and provides amenities and services to ease your fatigue after a long day of travel. Restore your body and revitalize your senses in preparation for your next destination. The lounge provides superior service to meet the demands of all travelers, and provides a hassle-free transit from Hong Kong to any destination.

      Service and Facilities:

      • Hot food, sandwiches, cookies
      • Freshly brewed coffee, tea, espresso and cappuccinos
      • Comfortable seating area
      • International newspapers and magazines
      • International TV channels
      • Shower with amenities
      • Free wireless internet access
      • Free local calls
      • Flight information
      Please note: The Plaza Premium Lounge has several locations through the airport. For locations in the restricted area of the airport, you must pass through security and immigration prior to gaining access to these lounges; an on-going boarding pass MUST be presented by all passengers before entering any of the lounges. A boarding pass is still required for entry into locations in the non-restricted areas of the airport.

      Click on "View Additional Info" for lounge locations.

      Special Offer - We'll get you in the door for cheaper. Save when you book with us. Price displayed includes a 51% discount off the local admission price! - Book Now!

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      Hong Kong and Macau Attractions Pass more_vert
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      Visit Hong Kong and Macau's leading attractions with this sightseeing pass that provides admission to 14 of the island’s most popular attractions: like Ngong Ping 360, Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, Peak Tram ride, Ocean Park Hong Kong, and more! After your first use of the pass, you have either three or five consecutive days to finish using it, depends on the option you choose!

      Please note: You will be eligible to receive a 25% off on purchasing the round-trip Airport Express tickets. Attractions are subject to change at any time. You will receive the most up to date list on collection of your card.

      *** Please note that Ngong Ping Cable Car. Ngong Ping Cable car is undertaking a major cable changing work from 9 Jan until end of May 2017. It will be replaced by a seat-in-coach guided tour.

      With the flexibility to use your Hong Kong attractions pass over three or five days, you have the freedom to enjoy all experiences at your own pace. Simply swipe the card at each attraction to enter — no waiting in ticket lines. When you pick up your pass in Hong Kong, you'll also receive an informative fold out guide that features maps and attraction details.

      Attractions:
      • Ocean Park Hong Kong – Single One Day Entry
      • sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck - Single Entry, Gift Shop Discount & FREE WIFI
      • Ngong Ping 360 – Single Entry (Standard Cabin Round Trip)***
      • Rickshaw Sightseeing Bus – One Day Pass
      • TKW Macau Tour – Full Day Sightseeing Tour
      • Peak Tram – Round Trip
      • Trick Eye Museum – Single Entry
      • Magical World – Single Entry
      • Broadway Macau - Set Meal Voucher up to HKD100 Value
      • Noah's Ark Hong Kong – Single One Day Entry
      • Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre - Single entry to Observation Decks & AJ Hacket Discount Offer
      • Pier 16 Macau 3D World – Single Entry
      • Hong Kong Watertours Cruise – Pre-Dinner Sunset Cruise
      • Viva La Broadway Show Macau

      Upgrade Option:
      • Upgrade to include Disneyland Hong Kong for an additional fee of HK$449 per adult and HK$369 per child, payable at Online Beng Seng Counter at Hong Kong International airport. Supplement is subject to change at any time.

      Exclusive Offers
      • Airport Express - 25% off on Airport Express round trip
      • Cotai Waterjet – 15% discount off tickets
      • 4G Sim Card 5 day (Hong Kong only)
      • Bubba Gump – 10% discount on meals
      • Khana Khazana Indian Restaurant – 20% discount on A La Carte and 10% discount on Lunch/Brunch
      • Jumbo Kingdom Restaurant - HK$100 coupon on total bill over HK$800 or above

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      Private Tour: Macau Day Trip from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Discover Portuguese influences in Macau on visits to various historical and cultural sites with your private guide on this private tour from Hong Kong. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ruins of St Paul’s and see the 17th-century Cathedral of St Paul. Visit two museums that demonstrate various themes running through Macau’s history – the Macau Museum and the Maritime Museum. End your tour with lunch at the stop of the Macau Tower and admire gorgeous bird’s-eye views of Macau, the Pearl River and beyond.

      After pickup from your Hong Kong hotel, you’ll be dropped off at the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal for your scenic 1-hour (approx.) ferry ride from Hong Kong Island to Macau. Upon disembarking, board your private vehicle with your guide and make your way to the Ruins of St Paul’s, the ruins of a 16th-century complex originally including St Paul’s College and the Cathedral of St Paul. Today, the only remaining remembrance of this complex is the notable facade of the old cathedral. Follow your guide on a walk up the 66 steps to the top to fully appreciate the grandeur of the remaining stone facade, featuring intricate 16-century stone carvings and sculptures.

      Then, walk to the nearby Macau Museum, where you can view exhibitions representing the history of this former Portuguese territory. See the vast number of historical and cultural objects that demonstrate the ways of life of the various communities that have inhabited the city.

      After, hop into your private vehicle for a 30-minute drive (approx.) to the Maritime Museum. Inside, see several exhibitions that showcase the history of the maritime industry in Macau, China and Portugal. Learn about various major maritime themes in Macau like Portuguese explorations and discoveries, developments in naval technology and transport, nautical costumes, fishing techniques and more.

      For lunch, delight in a unique fusion of Portuguese and Indian cuisines atop the Macau Tower at the 360° Café, Macau’s highest revolving restaurant! Afterward, tour the Macau Tower with your guide. Enjoy stunning views of the Pearl River Delta from its main observation lounge at 731 feet (223 meters) from the ground!

      At the end of your tour, you’ll be transferred back to the ferry terminal for a return ferry back to Hong Kong. A private vehicle will then take you to your Hong Kong hotel.

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      Hong Kong Markets Small-Group Walking Tour more_vert
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      Explore the best of Hong Kong's lively markets on this half-day walking tour. From the fragrant Flower Market to the sonorous Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, this small-group tour, with a maximum of 12 participants, is an adventurous experience for all. Soak in the excitement of Hong Kong’s market scene and test your bargaining skills!

      Start your small-group walking tour at the Flower Market, a jungle of colorful flowers, fragrant scents and luck-bringing houseplants spread out over 50 shops. Adjacent to the Flower Market is the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, where you will hear melodious chirping from the hundreds of birds in more than 70 songbird stalls. See the elderly Hong Kong men carry their beloved pets in intricate cages.

      Head on over to Fa Yuen Street, considered by locals as one of the best of non-touristy street markets for bargain-priced clothes, bags, accessories and other household items. Meanwhile take in the world’s most densely populated neighborhood with more than 130,000 people per square kilometer!

      Walk past Nathan Road and then reach Shanghai Street to get a glimpse of the street famous for selling traditional wedding clothes and feng shui items. Continue onto the Yau Ma Tei Theatre, the oldest existing theater in Kowloon, built and used as a cinema since the 1930s but now turned into a Chinese Opera House. Explore the century old Fruit Wholesale Market which runs 24 hours a day 7 days a week and stop by the Jade Market, with 400 stalls selling jade pendants, bracelets and ornaments to learn why the Chinese believe jade wards off evil spirits.

      Finish your walking tour at the Temple Street Night Market, the liveliest night market in Hong Kong. Find bargain electronic goods, try the savory treats from one of the many open-air food stands or visit a feng shui advisor.

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      Small-Group Historical Walking Tour of Hong Kong more_vert
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      Discover Hong Kong’s colonial past and cosmopolitan present on this walking tour through the city streets. From the bustling pace of Central (the business district) to the serenity of Hong Kong Park, you’ll learn all about Hong Kong’s rich history. On this small-group walking tour, with a maximum of 12 passengers, your guide will take you to visit Possession Point, the Fringe Club and the Blooming Bauhinia sculpture.

      Formerly a British outpost and now reunited with the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong has had an interesting history that unfolds on its streets. Start your small-group walking tour at Possession Point, the area where the British took hold of Hong Kong in 1841. Witness the rampant urbanization of this city as your guide recounts the history of this site that was once part of a shoreline. Continue along to the Sheung Wan district and take the Sun-Yat Sen historical trail to gain insight into the life of the founding father of China.

      Then make your way back to Central and see the buildings that comprise the city’s administration center, including the Central police station and Victorian Prison Compound, Hong Kong’s first prison.

      Stop by the Fringe Club, a low-rise brick and stucco building, renowned for displaying the work of young emerging artists and serving as a hub for contemporary art. Amble down the granite Duddell Street Steps and pass by Hong Kong’s only remaining gas lamps as you pass by many of Central's most popular landmarks, such as the Legislative Council building, the Cenotaph, Statue Square and the Court of Final Appeal Building. Then visit St. John’s Cathedral, the oldest Anglican church in Asia.

      Walk to Hong Kong Park to stop by the Flagstaff House to admire the British architecture and view the impressive display of antique tea ware inside. Next door, see the new Government's Headquarter's Complex where the ministers, legislators and civil servants overlook the city's famed Victoria Harbour.

      Head to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on the Wan Chai waterfront, famous for being the location where the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony took place. See the Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture, a gift from the People’s Republic of China to celebrate the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

      Your tour finishes here, and you are free to explore the waterfront area or return back to the center of the city.

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      Small-Group Walking Tour: Old vs New Hong Kong more_vert
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      On this small-group walking tour, immerse yourself in Hong Kong’s diverse history and culture by journeying through both old and new Hong Kong. With your friendly and knowledgeable English-speaking guide, explore small, traditional markets and antique shops before marveling at the bustling commercial and industrial hubs dotted with towering skyscrapers. As you walk through the city, learn about the intermingling of old conventions and new institutions that form Hong Kong’s fascinating culture.

      After meeting your guide at a central location in Hong Kong, begin your tour by exploring some of the city’s oldest and most unique markets to get acquainted with the city’s humble trade and fishing community.
      First, enter the Western Market, the oldest surviving market building in Hong Kong. Inside this Edwardian-style building, see fabric stores, bakeries and dessert shops, cafés and souvenir shops. Continue to the markets along Wing Lok Street and Bonham Strand West, which sell prized, luxurious items like ginseng.
      Afterward, follow your guide to Ko Shing Street (also called Herbal Medicine Street), a retail and wholesale center for Hong Kong’s herbal medicine. Walk along the pathways and learn about the wide selection of Chinese herbs offered here.
      A 20-minute walk will take you to Hollywood Road (Antique Street), where you will find specialty shops and curio stalls selling everything from Chinese furniture and porcelain wares to Buddha idols and collectible coins. Venture onto Cat Street and browse stalls selling rare and exquisite products such as jade and silk.
      Continue along Tai Ping Shan Street to discover an interesting fusion of tradition with modernity. See contemporary boutiques and cafés built against the backdrop of one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, providing a unique historical narrative.
      Nearby, walk to the base of the Central Escalators (also called the Mid-Levels Escalators), the world’s longest outdoor escalator system, covering a distance of nearly 2,600 feet (800 meters). Hop on and experience this cool way of getting to the Central district in Hong Kong!
      When you reach this central business district, see towering skyscrapers housing international corporations. As you follow your guide on a walk, marvel at the immensity of buildings such as the Bank of China Tower and the International Finance Center, and learn how the construction and organization of these buildings follow traditions of feng shui-oriented art and architecture.

      Note: Travel start from January 1st, 2016, you will visit another highlight of your Hong Kong tour, this will no doubt be a visit to the newly opened PMQ; the former Police Married Quarters has been transformed into the designer hub of the city. Young brands and independent designers showcase and sell their products in the old dormitory units in the heart of the city, while paying a subsidised rate. PMQ is the last word on cool in Hong Kong town. We dare you to see if something doesn’t catch your eye here!

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      Hong Kong Night Walking Tour more_vert
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      See Hong Kong after dark on a 3-hour walking tour, exploring different pockets of the city with an expert local guide. This night tour covers plenty of ground, from peaceful parks to glittering skylines. Visit the Temple Street Night Market and the Peninsula Hong Kong hotel and the fascinating Chungking Mansions. You’ll learn about Hong Kong’s growth from fishing village to cultural capital, and get a local’s perspective on life after the sun goes down. Numbers limited to 12 to ensure personalized attention on this small-group tour.

      Meet your guide at Yau Ma Tei MTR station to begin your night walking tour of Hong Kong. Start with a visit to the Temple Street Night Market, where you’ll find fortune-tellers, street musicians and souvenir vendors. Learn about the popular Hong Kong evening pastime of meandering the street bazaar, and soak up the bustling atmosphere as you watch locals haggle over wares, including electronics, arts and crafts, jade and antiques.

      Then take a break from the market crowds with a walk to a couple of nearby parks. Stroll through one that is popular among the neighborhood’s Nepalese and South Asian communities before you follow your guide into the biggest park on the Kowloon peninsula.

      Soak up the tranquility away from the lights and sounds of the city before you head to a little-known lookout for a spectacular view of the Hong Kong skyline, where you'll hear about the development of the city.

      Continue to a dizzying street where multimillion-dollar flagship stores sell major fashion brands. After browsing the shopping strip, you’ll visit two local legends: The Peninsula Hong Kong, an elegant hotel labeled the ‘Grande Dame of the Far East’ with its own Rolls-Royce fleet, and Chungking Mansions, a building renowned for its low-cost accommodations housing many of the city’s ethnic minority communities.

      Your tour will finish after visiting the Chungking Mansions. And if you don’t want your night to end yet, ask your guide to recommend the best skyline bars in town!

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      Kowloon Street Food Tour more_vert
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      Become an expert in Cantonese cuisine on a Hong Kong food tour that explores Kowloon’s most authentic restaurants, markets and food stalls. Led by an expert guide, you’ll venture far from the tourist haunts to eat at local gems in Hong Kong’s working-class Jordan district. Learn about the history and traditions of Chinese food as you dig into delicious dishes while seated next to the locals in eateries where the surroundings are basic and the food sublime. The menu is up to you, so you can try as much or as little as you like. This small-group tour is limited to 12 participants, ensuring that you’ll have the guide’s full attention.

      Make your own way to Yau Ma Tei MTR Station and meet your guide at Exit A1. After introductions, follow your guide through the bustling streets of Kowloon, where you first visit an open-air produce and fruit market. Here you can see the ingredients that go into local dishes before you taste the food in its final form.

      Next, your guide leads you through the district, a working-class area renowned for its inexpensive restaurants and food stalls where you eat and drink like the locals: in family-run greasy spoons and busy food courts. Sit elbow-to-elbow with other patrons and learn how to order in Cantonese as you dive into the city’s authentic, no-nonsense culinary scene.

      Take in numerous small restaurants near the Temple Street Night Market. Taste favorite snacks, main courses and desserts, some sweet and others savory. Throughout the 3-hour tour, your guide shares informative commentary about food in Hong Kong, a city which has one of the world’s highest concentrations of cafés and restaurants per capita.

      
This tour does not include food costs; instead it offers a less expensive tour with the ability to choose what to purchase and eat, without spending money on a set menu that may not appeal to you. It’s up to you how much to eat and whether you feel adventurous or prefer to stay more on the safe side. If you have any food allergies or aversions, your guide can help you select suitable dishes.

      After the food and drinks, you have the option to take an after-dinner stroll in tranquil Kowloon Park, an urban oasis for the densely populated peninsula. Your guide points out local dive bars and glamorous rooftop lounges with views of Victoria Harbour.

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      Contemporary Culture Hong Kong Evening Tour with Local Expert more_vert
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      Hong Kong is a rapidly changing city with a fascinating and evolving political and cultural presence. The bustling district of Kowloon is the ideal spot in Hong Kong to get a real feel for contemporary life in the city. This 3-hour tour of Hong Kong's Kowloon district, led by a historian or journalist explores how Hong Kong has changed since its transition from the British back to China in 1997 and the social implications on life today.

      You will begin this tour with a trip on the Star Ferry, cruising through the harbor and past the sea of high rise skyscrapers. Then, continue a walking tour through Kowloon, all the while learning about the transfer of sovereignty and the surprising economic and demographic background of the area. You will then shift the focus to the social side of the region, and the multiculturalism of Kowloon. You may stop to discuss the Mosque or the Fuk Tak Temple or to a street vendor for a little snack before we explore some of the area's night markets. Your tour will be wrapped up with a chat about the youth of Hong Kong, and what the future holds for the new generation.

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      Small-Group Walking Tour: Introduction of Hong Kong more_vert
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      A general introduction of Hong Kong led by a local insider. You will spend 3 hours together strolling through the Central and Sheung Wan districts and learning about Hong Kong's history, contemporary culture, and tips for making your visit the best it can be, including tips for ordering in restaurants, how to get around, and how to frame your visit. The group is limited to six people, which makes for a conversational learning experience.

      Your tour begins in Statue Square, once lined with statues dedicated to British Royalty, the only remaining one today being that of Sir Thomas Jackson, an early Chief Manager of HSBC, a coincidental foreshadowing of the powerful connection of the banking sector and the many headquarters towering over the small square. Your tour will continue through Central and past the Former Legislative Council Building and St. John's Cathedral, both of which will allow you to talk about the 19th century and British rule—while the enormous skyscrapers that crowd in from all side raise questions about the skyrocketing value of Hong Kong's land. We will also visit the modernist City Hall to discuss the handover to local Hongkongers over the course of the 20th century.

      Weaving your way through the smaller streets of Central, and you will discover more of the traditional Cantonese character of Hong Kong and learn more about the cohabitation with the British, not always an easy one as you will see at Victoria Prison. You will travel up some of the vast escalators, granting you a perspective into the density of the city as well as the social classes that these levels imply.

      You will eventually end up in hip Sheung Wan, now home to antique shops, trendy cafés in additional to traditional medicine shops giving us first-hand insight into contemporary life demonstrating both the city's westernization and promotion of traditional culture.

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      6-Day Best of Southern China Private Tour: Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Guilin and Yangshuo Including Pearl River more_vert
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      Experience the best of Southern China, beginning in Hong Kong and then followed by its famous mainland neighbors - Guangzhou, Guilin, Yangshuo and Longsheng - on this 6-day, 5-night guided tour. Explore Hong Kong’s city life as your expert guide takes you to its commercial districts. Learn about the interesting culture and colonial history of Guangzhou, and ride a bike through Yangshuo to see the fantastic natural scenery of the county. Visit the Longji Rice Terraces and hike to Dazhai to appreciate not only the resourceful method of farming but also the breathtaking Chinese landscape.

      Don’t worry about having to book separate trips to the must-see locations in China. With meals, accommodation, a private guide and all necessary transportation included, this comfortable trip will take you to the essential places in the southern part of China.

      Please see Itinerary below for a more detailed and specific schedule.

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      4-Day Private Tour of Hong Kong and Guangzhou more_vert
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      Experience both bustling city life and serene natural landscapes on this four-day privately guided tour of Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China. Walk through the lively business district of Hong Kong and enjoy magnificent aerial views from Victoria Peak with your guide. Marvel at traditional Chinese architecture at Chen Clan Academy in Guangzhou. And be wowed by the gorgeous natural landscape of Lotus Mountain. This tour includes accommodation, all necessary transfers and most meals.

      With a private guide, see the best of Hong Kong and Guangzhou on this four-day, all-inclusive tour. First up is Hong Kong, a beautiful city of skyscrapers, mountains and a deep harbor. Explore the commercial center of Hong Kong both on foot and on a ferry through Victoria Harbour, and enjoy amazing views of the city on your way up to Victoria Peak.


      You will then visit Guangzhou, the capital of the Guangdong province. With your guide, admire both the historical structures of the area and their stunning natural backdrops. You’ll also enjoy panoramic views of the city from the observation deck of Canton Tower, the tallest structure in China.


      Please see the Itinerary below for more details on each day of the tour.

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      5-Day Guangzhou and Macau Independent Tour from Hong Kong more_vert
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      On this independent tour from Hong Kong to Guangzhou and Macau, spend five days/four nights exploring historical sites and discovering the culture of southern China. Visit many of Guangzhou’s historically important sites by day, and enjoy a dinner cruise along the Pearl River by night. Then sightsee in Macau, where you’ll see the remainders of European colonialism in its structures, cuisine, practices and culture. Your trip includes accommodation, some meals, private transfers, two guided coach tours and a train ride on the historic Kowloon/Canton Railway.

      Your independent trip gives you the flexibility to explore Guangzhou and Macau on your own, with two scheduled coach tours included. Journey by train on the historic Kowloon/Canton Railway from Hong Kong to Guangzhou. Spend a full day exploring Guangzhou on a guided coach tour to colonial locales like Shamian Island and culturally significant sites like Yuexiu Park. Enjoy the city at night as you dine on a buffet dinner on board a Pearl River Delta cruise.


      Spend a day in Macau and discover its deep Portuguese influences on a guided coach tour to museums and monuments like the Ruins of St Paul and A-Ma Temple. You’ll also have some free time in Macau to explore on your own.


      Prior to your trip, an itinerary will be sent to you that notes the departure times and locations of your scheduled sightseeing tours. For days when no activities are scheduled for you, refer to your provided list of excellent recommendations.


      Please see the Itinerary below for more details on each day of the tour.

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      5-Day Hong Kong and Macau Tour more_vert
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      Explore the sights of Hong Kong and Macau on this 5-day trip that gives you two guided tours in both cities, free time to explore on your own, private transportation and accommodation. In Hong Kong, discover the diverse landmarks like the Aberdeen Floating Village and the Peak Tram. Then spend two full days in Macau, where you’ll visit heritage sites illustrating the city's Portuguese and Chinese influences, as well as modern establishments like Macau Tower. Accommodation in 4-star hotels and some traditional meals are included.

      Your 5-day tour begins in Hong Kong, where you will enjoy amazing views of the city on the way to Victoria Peak, encounter the traditional fishing lifestyle in the Aberdeen Floating Village and witness Chinese market culture at Stanley Market.

      You will then cross the Pearl River by high-speed ferry to Macau, a prime destination rife with landmarks displaying its deep Portuguese influences. Learn about Macau’s history as a Portuguese territory while you sightsee around UNESCO World Heritage Sites like A-Ma Temple, Fortaleza de Monte (Mount Fortress) and the Ruins of St Paul. Get a more modern view of this area as you soar to the top of Macau Tower and enjoy a spectacular aerial view of the whole region.

      Prior to your trip, an itinerary will be sent to you that details all your scheduled tours and activities. For days when no activities are scheduled for you, refer to your provided list of excellent recommendations of things to do and see in Hong Kong and Macau.

      Please see the Itinerary below for more details on each day of the tour.

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      7-Day Independent Tour: Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Macau with Transport more_vert
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      This independent 7-day tour takes you to three of China’s most sought-after destinations: Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Macau. In addition to sightseeing tours in each city with English-speaking guides, visit Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, take a Pearl River Delta evening cruise in Guangzhou, and visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Macau including A-Ma Temple and the Ruins of St Paul. You’ll stay in 4-star hotels and have plenty of time to explore more on your own, with tips and recommendations located in your itinerary package. All transportation for scheduled activities and tours, daily breakfasts and entrance fees to all attractions listed in the itinerary are included.

      When you arrive in Hong Kong, you’ll be taken to your Hong Kong hotel to begin your 7-day tour.

      Your first sightseeing tour will take you to Victoria Peak, where you’ll admire fantastic views of skyscrapers, world-famous Victoria Harbour, Kowloon and peaceful green hillsides. Enjoy some Chinese dim sum for lunch in the traditional Aberdeen fishing village and shop for local wares at Stanley Market.

      Take the train to Guangzhou for an evening Pearl River Delta cruise and a sightseeing tour of several historical and cultural attractions and landmarks such as the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Yuexiu Park and Hualin Temple.

      Then, travel through the beautiful countryside, crossing rivers and passing quaint pedestrian promenades, to Macau. On your sightseeing tour, visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites including A-Ma Temple, one of the oldest and most famous Taoist temples in Macau, and the Ruins of St Paul, a 16th-century complex featuring remains of the Cathedral of St Paul.

      You’ll stay in 4-star hotels and have plenty of time to explore more at your leisure. All transportation for schedule activities and tours, daily breakfasts and entrance fees to all attractions listed in the itinerary are included. Comprehensive instructions on transportation as well as expert recommendations on activities and attractions can be found in your itinerary package.

      For details on each tour, see the Itinerary section below.

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      4-Day Tour of Hong Kong and Lantau Island more_vert
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      This exciting 4 day tour will guide you around Hong Kong and Lantau Island, it will provide you an unique opportunity to discover this remarkable city where East truly does collide with the West.

      Day 1 Hong Kong
      Arrive in Hong Kong transferred to Hotel by Airport express hotel coach. Depending on arrival time in you may have the opportunity to explore the charms of this bustling city. A list of recommendations will be provided.
      Evening Accommodation:-Eaton Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong or similar

      Day 2 Hong Kong Island Tour
      Breakfast. Day tour of Hong Kong Island with an English speaking guide. Inclusions
      The Peak Tram to Victoria Peak, and The Sky Terrace, standing at 428 meters above sea level and providing 360-degree panoramic views of Hong Kong.
      Aberdeen Fishing Village, an old traditional fishing village, the fishing folks here still live on their Junks with Sampans plying the waters a way of life that has not changed in over a 100 years.
      Aberdeen contains a famous floating "Jumbo" restaurant which over the years has hosted many famous celebrities. Here a Chinese Dim Sum lunch has been arranged.
      Stanley a picturesque bay on Hong Kong Island looking out into the South China Sea. This is also the home of Stanley Market, a shopper’s paradise with a wide variety of shops selling souvenirs such as silk, garments, sportswear, Chinese artworks.
      Man Mo Temple, this grade 1 historic building was built in 1847 and the temple is dedicated to the gods, Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts).
      Evening Accommodation:-Eaton Hotel or similar

      Day 3 Hong Kong–Lantau Island Day Tour
      Breakfast. Day tour of Lantau Island with an English speaking guide. Inclusions
      Ngong Ping Cable Car, the 5.7 km cable car offering spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of the South China Sea, HK Airport, Lantau Country Park and giant Buddha.
      Po Lin Monastery, the “Buddhist Kingdom of the South” has one of the tallest seated Buddha statues in the world and is the site of pilgrimage and visits by Buddhists’ from all over the world.
      Museum occupying three floors below the Buddha Statue
      Vegetarian Lunch at the Po Lin Monastery.
      Tai O Fishing Village, with stilt houses on the waterfront, offer a glimpse into Hong Kong’s past and provide a striking contrast with the modern city. The tour includes a boat trip around the old fishing village.
      Ngong Ping Village, a culturally themed village architecturally designed and landscaped to reflect the culture and spiritual integrity of the Ngong Ping area.
      Evening Accommodation:-Eaton Hotel or similar

      Day 4 Hong Kong
      Breakfast
      At a time determined by your flight departure time you will be transported from your Hong Kong accommodation to the HK International airport, by airport express coach.
      Alternatively you may choice to conclude your tour in Hong Kong on checking out from your accommodation

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      3-Night Hong Kong and Macau Tour more_vert
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      Independent extended multi-day tour of Hong Kong with four-star hotel accommodation and daily breakfast. Included are full day Hong Kong Island and Macau tours providing a unique opportunity to discover these remarkable cities and experience all the charms, sights and sounds of the orient.

      Day 1: Hong Kong
      Arrive in Hong Kong transferred to Hotel by Airport express hotel coach. Depending on arrival time in you may have the opportunity to explore the charms of this bustling city. A list of recommendations will be provided.

      Overnight accommodation: 4-star Eaton Hotel or similar

      Day 2: Hong Kong Island Tour (B+L)
      After breakfast, your day tour of Hong Kong Island with an English speaking guide begins. You will be visiting the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak, and The Sky Terrace, standing at 428 meters above sea level and providing 360-degree panoramic views of Hong Kong.

      Aberdeen Fishing Village, an old traditional fishing village, the fishing folks here still live on their Junks with Sampans plying the waters a way of life that has not changed in over a 100 years. Aberdeen contains a famous floating "Jumbo" restaurant which over the years has hosted many famous celebrities. Here a Chinese Dim Sum lunch has been arranged.

      Stanley a picturesque bay on Hong Kong Island looking out into the South China Sea. This is also the home of Stanley Market, a shopper’s paradise with a wide variety of shops selling souvenirs such as silk, garments, sportswear, Chinese artworks. Man Mo Temple, this grade 1 historic building was built in 1847 and the temple is dedicated to the gods, Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts).

      Overnight accommodation: 4-star Eaton Hotel or similar

      Day 3: Hong Kong – Macau Day Tour (B+L)
      After breakfast at the hotel, we will depart on a day tour to Macau with an English speaking guide by Turbo Ferry.

      Several Macau world heritage sites including a section of the old city walls, A Chinese traditional style temple called Na Tcha Temple which was built for worshipping children, the ruins of St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church, the Mount Fortress Macau's principal military defense which was built in conjunction with the Jesuits from 1617 to 1626. The temple of A-Ma (Macau Matsu) in Barra Square built 400 years ago in homage to a girl who saved seamen's lives. Lunch is served at a local Macanese restaurant.

      Admission to the museum of Macau and the Macau Tower providing breathtaking views of the entire city of Macau and outlying islands from 223 meters above the ground. Should you wish there will be time to explore some of Macau’s Vegas style Casinos. Afterwards, we will be traveling back to Hong Kong by Turbo ferry.

      Overnight accommodation: 4-star Eaton Hotel or similar

      Day 4: Departure Day (B)
      After Breakfast, at a time determined by your flight departure time you will be transported from your Hong Kong accommodation to the HK International airport, by airport express coach. Alternatively you may choice to conclude your tour in Hong Kong on checking out from your accommodation.

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      4-Night Hong Kong and Macau Exploration Tour more_vert
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      This exciting multi-day tour of Hong Kong with four star hotel accommodation will let you know more about Hong Kong and Macau. You will have the opportunity to visit Hong Kong, Lantau Island, Macau and more!

      Day 1: Hong Kong
      After arriving in Hong Kong international airport, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Hong Kong by Airport coach. A list of recommendations will be provided if you need.

      Accommodation: Eaton Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong or similar

      Day 2: Hong Kong Island Tour(B,L)
      Breakfast will be provided.

      You will take the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak, and The Sky Terrace which providing the breath-taking view. Following by visiting the Aberdeen Fishing Village, a traditional fishing village, with Sampans plying the waters as they have for over a 100 years. You will taste the delicious Dim Sum as lunch at the famous floating "Jumbo" restaurant.

      Afterwards, going to the Stanley Market, a shopper’s paradise, which is a shop selling silk, garments, sportswear, and Chinese artworks.

      The last stop of today is the Man Mo Temple, this historic building was built in 1847 and the temple was dedicated to the god: Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts).

      Accommodation: Eaton Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong or similar

      Day 3: Hong Kong – Macau Tour(B,L)
      Breakfast will be provided.

      Taking the Turbo Ferry Macau, you will start your day trip in Macau!

      Today you will visit some Macau world heritage sites:
      Old city walls
      A temple called Na Tcha Temple built for worshipping children
      St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church the
      Mount Fortress Macau's principal military defense built from 1617 to 1626
      The temple of A-Ma which was built 400 years ago in homage to a girl who saved a seamen's lives

      Lunch will be at a local restaurant. The admission to the Macau Tower will be providing the breathtaking view of the entire city of Macau. Afterwards, if there is still time, you will be able to explore some of Macau’s Vegas style Casinos.

      Accommodation: Eaton Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong or similar

      Day 4: Hong Kong–Lantau Island Day Tour(B,L)
      Breakfast will be provided.

      You will be able to take the Ngong Ping Cable Car, which can offer breath-taking view.

      Next, Po Lin Monastery, a site of one of the tallest seated Buddha statues in the world and of pilgrimage and visits by Buddhists’ from all over the world.

      Today, the Vegetarian Lunch will be at the Po Lin Monastery.

      Afterward, going to the Tai O Fishing Village, with stilt houses on the waterfront, offer a glimpse into Hong Kong’s past. Tour includes a boat trip around the old fishing village. At the last, you will go to Ngong Ping Village, a themed village architecturally designed and landscaped to reflect the culture and spirit of the Ngong Ping area.

      Accommodation: Eaton Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong or similar

      Day 5: Hong Kong(B)
      Breakfast will be provided.

      You will be transferred to Hong Kong International airport as you need.

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      4-Night Hong Kong and Guangzhou Tour more_vert
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      Independent extended multi-day tour of Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China with four star hotel accommodation, daily breakfasts and single entry China Visa all included. Also included is a full day tour of Guangzhou and evening dinner tours of Guangzhou and Hong Kong providing a unique opportunity to discover these remarkable cities and experience all the charms, sights and sounds of the Orient.

      Day 1 Hong Kong
      Arrive in Hong Kong transferred to hotel by coach. Time permitting you may have the opportunity to explore. A list of recommendations will be provided.

      Accommodation: Eaton Hotel or similar

      Day 2 Hong Kong – Guangzhou (B+D)
      After breakfast, private transfer to the Railway Station where you will depart on the historic Kowloon/Canton Railway for the 2.5-hour journey. The train crosses the Chinese border at the city of Shenzhen, then traveling through the Pearl River Delta before reaching Guangzhou. Meet in Guangzhou and transfer to your Guangzhou hotel. Afternoon at leisure.

      Enjoy your evening Pearl River Dinner Tour with a buffet dinner with some spectacular landscape at night.

      Accommodation: Marriott Hotel or similar

      Day 3 Guangzhou (B+L)
      After Breakfast, start your day tour of Guangzhou with English speaking guide. You will be visiting Dr. Sun Yat-sen's Memorial Hall, Five Ram Statue and Zhenhai Tower, located in Yuexiu park, Guangzhou Museum and the Arts and Craft Center, the Chen Clan Academy, built at the end of the Qing Dynasty, the Hualin Buddhist Temple, Shamian Island the home to the British and French following the opium wars of 1850's. A delicious Chinese Lunch will be provided around noon.

      Accommodation: Marriott Hotel or similar

      Day 4 Guangzhou – Hong Kong (B+D)
      After breakfast, enjoy your morning at leisure. Afternoon return train journey to Hong Kong with private transfer to hotel. Join us on this evening city tour of Hong Kong Island with English-speaking guide. We will go up to the Victoria Peak by the Peak Tram and admire the Sky Terrace which offers spectacular night views of Hong Kong Harbor. Followed by a visit at Madame Tussaud’s wax works museum.

      Take the opportunity to enjoy Aberdeen Harbor by night with Chinese dinner on ‘Jumbo Restaurant’. After dinner we can drop by Lan Kwai Fong with its multitude of bars and restaurants, a main entertainment destination.

      Accommodation: Eaton Hotel or similar

      Day 5 Hong Kong (B)
      Enjoy breakfast in the hotel. At a time determined by your flight departure time you will be transported from your Hong Kong accommodation to the airport, by coach. Alternatively you may choice to conclude your tour in Hong Kong on checking out from your accommodation.

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      6-Day Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Macau Tour more_vert
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      See Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Macau on a 6-day tour with 4-star hotel accommodation, breakfasts and single entry visa into China all taken care of. Enjoy a train ride to Guangzhou and follow a guide on a tour of Zhenhai Tower, Chen Clan Academy and more, as well as a dinner cruise on the Pearl River. Then head to Hong Kong for an evening tour and dinner on a cruise dinnner liner on Hong Kong  Harbor before spending the day in Macau to discover its World Heritage sites.

      See the Itinerary section below for more details on your 6-night tour.

      Special Offer - Book by November 30th, 2016 and travel by March 31st, 2017 to save 20% off compared to the local supplier's prices! - Book Now!

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      Big Bus Hong Kong Hop-On Hop-Off Tour more_vert
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      See Hong Kong’s highlights on this hop-on hop-off tour! Hop off at any of the 22 stops to explore attractions by foot with your provided map. Visit Man Mo Temple, Stanley Market, Aberdeen, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and more. Your 24- or 48-hour ticket is valid for all three routes, giving you the flexibility to see what you want to see. Enjoy a sampan ride and a ferry ride across Victoria Harbour, and check out the ‘Symphony of Lights’ on a 1-hour panoramic night bus tour of Kowloon (optional). Also included is your choice of a Peak Tram Sky Pass or admission to the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck.

      Please note: Avenue of the Stars will be closed for major repair and renovation from October 2015 until 2018.

      Hop aboard the open-top, double-decker bus at any of the 22 stops around Hong Kong to begin your hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. On board, enjoy informative audio commentary about the history of Hong Kong and gain insight into Cantonese culture and tradition.

      Based on the attractions you want to see, choose from three different routes: Hong Kong Island (Red Route), Kowloon (Blue Route) and Stanley (Green Route). Your ticket is valid for all three routes.

      With your provided map in hand, hop off the bus to explore by foot. Visit everything from traditional temples to historic colonial sites to contemporary shopping centers. Highlights include Lan Kwai Fong, Soho, Lascar Row, the Bird Market, Temple Street Market, the Hong Kong Space Museum, the Hong Kong Museum of History and the world-renowned Hong Kong Cultural Centre.

      With your included one-way ferry ticket, enjoy one of Hong Kong’s most classic experiences: riding the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbour. Ride from Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon to the Central Star Ferry Terminal on Hong Kong Island. This passenger ferry service has been linking Kowloon and Hong Kong Island since 1888. Carrying more than 70,000 passengers a day, the Star Ferry is one of the most popular things to do in Hong Kong!

      While in Aberdeen, enjoy a sampan ride around the harbor. Aboard a skiff propelled by two oars, have your camera ready as you weave past a floating village and around clusters of local fishing boats. A sampan ride is one of Hong Kong’s best cultural experiences.

      Your ticket also includes either a Peak Tram Sky Pass or admission to the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck — your choice. Both offer superb views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong’s downtown skyscrapers. The Peak Tram is a funicular railway that runs from the Central district of Hong Kong Island to Victoria Peak; at the summit, you can dine, shop and enjoy scenic walks. Or, visit the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, a 360-degree indoor observation deck on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong's tallest building.

      See the Itinerary below for a full list of stops on each route.

      Optional Upgrade: Big Bus Night Tour of Kowloon
      A visit to Hong Kong would not be complete without experiencing the famous ‘Symphony of Lights’ illuminations and the neon spectacle of Nathan Road. This 1-hour panoramic night tour of Kowloon offers the best view of both. Ride through the bustling heart of Hong Kong and see Kowloon at its vibrant best: by night! If you’d like, you can finish your tour early and disembark at one of Kowloon’s bustling night markets to shop or sample local foods.

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      Big Bus Hong Kong Open-Top Night Tour more_vert
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      See Kowloon by night on a 1-hour panoramic big bus tour! Board the open-top double-decker coach for an experience to remember as you tour vibrant Kowloon in the bustling heart of Hong Kong. See Victoria Harbour’s illuminated ‘Symphony of Lights’ and the neon display of Nathan Road. You’ll receive a map of the route and all the great sights, and you’re free to hop off anytime along the way.

      Please note: Avenue of the Stars will be closed for major repair and renovation from October 2015 until 2018.

      Start your 1-hour big bus night tour of Kowloon from Central Ferry Pier 7 or Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade. Take a seat on the double-decker bus, which provides open-top panoramic views, and listen to audio commentary on all the sights you’ll see.


      Loop around the Hong Kong Coliseum before driving along Nathan Road, the main thoroughfare that intersects Kowloon. You’ll see a neon display of shops and restaurants lining the 2.2-mile (3.5-km) street in a riot of color. Pass Kowloon Park and the Harbourside, where the bus stops to capture views of the Hong Kong skyline.


      With your map in hand, feel free to complete your bus tour early. Hop off at one of Kowloon’s bustling night markets — Ladies Market or Temple Street Night Market — to sample local foods or bargain with hundreds of street vendors. Or stay on board the entire hour and disembark at Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade. Here, marvel at the dazzling ‘Symphony of Lights,’ a nightly show with spectacular colored lasers illuminating 40 buildings over Victoria Harbour!

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      Hong Kong Travel Pass: MTR and Airport Express Tickets more_vert
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      Get easy access to nearly all of Hong Kong’s public transportation systems by booking this travel pass in advance of your trip. You’ll get two rides on the Airport Express and a 1-day pass for the MTR (Mass Transit Railway). Upgrade to include a round-trip ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car over Lantau Island and a 3-day MTR pass to fit your schedule! Plus, by purchasing now, you’ll be able to pick up all your passes at the airport as soon as you arrive in Hong Kong, saving you precious time in individual ticket lines. This is the ultimate way to get around Hong Kong to see the attractions that you want to see.

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      When you arrive in Hong Kong, simply pick up your passes at a designated spot in the airport, and get ready to begin your sightseeing of Hong Kong! With three package options to choose from, you’ll skip all the long lines to buy individual tickets to the MTR, Airport Express and cable car, allowing you to make the most of your time in Hong Kong.

      Airport Express Pass First up, use the first half of your Airport Express pass to get from the Hong Kong airport into the city. When you’re ready to go back to the airport, use your second trip on the Airport Express.

      MTR Pass Hong Kong is at your fingertips with your 1- or 3-day pass (depending on option selected) for the MTR (Mass Transit Railway). With three different transportation options – trains, a light rail system and feeder buses – you can easily reach the Hong Kong attractions that most interest you.

      The fast and easy-to-use MTR covers Hong Kong’s major districts, including stops at the boundary with mainland China. Across 10 different rail lines, you can see it all – perhaps head to Disneyland on the Disneyland Resort Line, or check out Central, Sheung Wan and Causeway Bay on the Island Line.

      Ngong Ping Cable Car Ticket: Travel across Lantau Island on the Ngong Ping Cable Car! Enjoy a round-trip ride in a standard cabin, which offers wonderful aerial views of the surrounding scenery. The 25-minute ride (each way) begins in Tung Chung, crosses Tung Chung Bay and gives you unforgettable vistas of the hills, the South China Sea, the Ngong Ping plateau and the Tian Tan Buddha. It’s a great way to trade in the bustle of the city for the serene landscapes of Lantau.

      To view Airport Express Pass redemption point, please click 'View Additional Info' for details:

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      Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR, Airport Express, Ngong Ping Cable Car, Motion 360 and Walking with Buddha more_vert
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      Travel around the city and enjoy Lantau Island's top attractions with ease by booking this Hong Kong combo pass before your trip. You'll receive a round-trip Airport Express ticket, a 1-day pass for the MTR (Mass Transit Railway), a round-trip ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car to Lantau Island, entrance to the Walking with Buddha multimedia experience, and admission to the Motion 360 theater. When you arrive in Hong Kong, simply pick up all of your passes at the airport, eliminating the need to wait in individual ticket lines.

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      When you arrive in Hong Kong, pick up your passes at a designated spot in the airport for a convenient start to your time in the city. Except for your Airport Express passes, all of the other tickets must be used on the same day.

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      Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR, Airport Express, Ngong Ping Cable Car and Stage 360 more_vert
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      Get around town and travel to Lantau Island with ease by booking this Hong Kong travel combo before your trip. This combo ticket package provides two rides on the Airport Express, a 1-day MTR pass (Mass Transit Railway), a round-trip ride to Lantau Island on the Ngong Ping Cable Car, and admission to the Stage 360 show. Upon arrival in Hong Kong, simply pick up your passes at the airport, allowing you to skip the ticket queues and spend more time sightseeing.

      Please note: Ngong Ping Cable Car service will close for scheduled maintenance from
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      When you arrive in Hong Kong, pick up your passes at a designated spot in the airport for a quick and easy start to your time in the city. The MTR pass and attraction tickets must be used on the same day, but the Airport Express pass can be used on your arrival and departure days.

      Airport Express pass:

      Use the first half of your round-trip Airport Express pass for a comfortable and convenient ride from the airport into the city. On your departure day, simply use the second trip to ride back to the airport.

      MTR pass:
      Your 1-day pass for Hong Kong's MTR (Mass Transit Railway) makes it easy to get around the city. The MTR can be used for three transportation options: trains, feeder buses and a light-rail system. The MTR covers Hong Kong’s major districts and includes stops on the border with mainland China. Popular places you can reach on the 10 rail lines include Disneyland on the Disneyland Resort Line, and Sheung Wan, Central and Causeway Bay on the Island Line.

      Ngong Ping Cable Car ticket:
      Admire panoramic views of the South China Sea during a round-trip ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car in a standard cabin. Catch the aerial tram in Tung Chung, and soar over Tung Chung Bay to Lantau Island, soaking up views of the Ngong Ping plateau and Tian Tan Buddha along the way. The 25-minute ride (one way) ends in Ngong Ping Village on Lantau Island.

      Stage 360 ticket:
      Stage 360 is located in Ngong Ping Village. You'll get the feeling of what it’s like to be in a Hong Kong action movie during this live performance that showcases classic action sequences from films. Go behind the scenes with the director to watch professional stuntmen performing stunts and wire work, with explosions and special effects for a sizzling show. After observing the exciting world of action stars like Ip Man and Bruce Lee, you can try some flying kicks of your own. The show runs for approximately 25 minutes.

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      Viator Exclusive: Lantau Island Sunset Tour Plus Airport Express and MTR more_vert
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      Experience Hong Kong and neighboring Lantau Island with this one-day travel pass and tour combo — it's a Viator Exclusive package that can’t be booked anywhere else! Take advantage of round-trip Airport Express tickets and a one-day MTR (Mass Transit Railway) pass to use at your leisure. In the midafternoon, arrive at the Ngong Ping Cable Car station for a ride to Lantau Island. On the island, enjoy a guided tour that includes a boat trip to the fishing village of Tai O, a stroll through Ngong Ping Village, and dinner at Tai O Heritage Hotel. Bonus: During your visit to the island, you'll even catch a beautiful sunset.

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      Collect your round-trip Airport Express and one-day MTR passes at the Hong Kong International Airport. Use your Airport Express ticket to head into the city. You might start your outing at the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, where you can pick up your Ngong Ping Cable Car ticket that you'll use to get to your guided Launtau Island tour in the afternoon.

      Hong Kong is at your fingertips with your one-day pass on the MTR. The transport system features trains, a light rail system and feeder buses that cover Hong Kong’s major districts across 10 different rail lines. Don't worry about waiting in line for a ticket: Find the boarding area of the line you want, swipe your card, and jump on your transport of choice. The pass is valid for a full 24 hours after first use. For the first half of the day, you will explore sights on your own.

      In the afternoon, make your way back to the Tung Chung Cable car terminal for a ride to Lantau Island. Simply present your voucher at the ticket office.

      Take off in a cable car that glides along Asia’s longest bi-cable ropeway. Enjoy 360-degree views of rolling grasslands, boundless blue sky and the South China Sea from a standard cabin. Alternatively, upgrade to a crystal cabin that features a glass floor.

      Arrive at Ngong Ping Village to meet your guide for your 5.5-hour tour in the late afternoon. Start by visiting two major pilgrimage spots for local Buddhists: the Big Buddha (aka the Giant Buddha or Tian Tan Buddha) and Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong’s largest temple.

      Next travel via boat to Tai O, Hong Kong’s oldest fishing village. During the 15-minute ride, enjoy charming views of stilt houses along the banks of Tai O’s waterways; an up-close look at the General’s Rock; and, if you're lucky, a glimpse of Chinese pink dolphins.

      Take a brisk walk around the community of Lantau before dinner at the Tai O Heritage Hotel. The 1902 building houses the Tai O Lookout, a glass-roofed restaurant. Delight in your authentic meal as you peer out at woodlands and the South China Sea. Depending on the season, you might even catch a sunset reflecting on the water. After dinner, your guide takes you to Cheung Sha, Hong Kong’s longest beach, for stargazing.

      Your tour ends with a return coach ride back to Tung Chung, where you can continue to revel in the sleepless city. When your Hong Kong trip comes to an end, use your Airport Express ticket to get back to the airport.

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      Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR Pass, Ngong Ping Cable Car and Big Buddha Tour more_vert
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      Enjoy a fun-filled day of Hong Kong sightseeing with this one-day travel pass and tour combo that allows you to explore the city with ease. You’ll get one day of unlimited use on the MTR (Mass Transit Railway) and a round-trip ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car standard cabin over Lantau Island. Plus, enjoy a walking tour a Big Buddha walking tour on Lantau Island, where you’ll see the island’s top sights like Tai O fishing village and, of course, the Big Buddha (also known as the Giant Buddha or Tian Tan Buddha). You also have a choice of upgrading to include the glass-bottomed crystal cabin of the Ngong Ping Cable Car or a 3-day MTR pass with round-trip Airport Express tickets. By booking now, you can collect all your passes and tickets at the airport as soon as you arrive in Hong Kong, saving you precious time in individual ticket lines.
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      After picking up your MTR pass and additional tickets at the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, you’re ready to begin your Hong Kong sightseeing!

      MTR Pass:
      Hong Kong is at your fingertips with your pass for one day of unlimited use on the MTR (Mass Transit Railway). With three different transportation options – trains, a light rail system and feeder buses – you can easily reach the Hong Kong attractions that most interest you.
      The fast and easy-to-use MTR covers Hong Kong’s major districts, including stops at the boundary with mainland China. Across 10 different rail lines, you can see it all – perhaps head to Disneyland on the Disneyland Resort Line, or check out Central, Sheung Wan and Causeway Bay on the Island Line. Or use the light rail to travel between Yuen Long and Tuen Mun in the New Territories.

      Airport Express Pass (if option selected):
      First up, use the first half of your Airport Express pass to get from the Hong Kong airport into the city. When you’re ready to go back to the airport, use your second trip on the Airport Express.

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      Hong Kong Food Tour: Central and Sheung Wan Districts more_vert
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      Meander through the Central and Sheung Wan neighborhoods of Hong Kong’s business district on a fantastic food-tasting adventure! This four-hour culinary walking tour takes you off the beaten path to six hidden gems, where you’ll savor delicious dim sum, noodle dishes, drinks and dessert. As you explore back alleys and stroll through an open market, admire the colonial architecture and learn about Hong Kong’s historical figures from your entertaining guide. Numbers are limited to 12 people, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of like-minded food lovers.

      Meet your guide and small group in the afternoon at a designated place on Queen’s Road Central, located in Hong Kong’s thriving business district. Then follow your guide on a foodie adventure through the alleyways of Central and its neighbor Sheung Wan, visiting six family-run hot spots – from a noodle shop to a local bakery – for tastings both savory and sweet! (Please note: All food venues are subject to change.)

      Begin your culinary walking tour with a stop at a wonton noodle shop, an award-winning family restaurant started by the grandfather of a brother-sister team. Savor delicious wontons with noodles and intensely flavored broth before moving on to a restaurant specializing in roasted meat. Here, taste a bowl of succulent roast meat rice and learn how the owner of more than 30 years has perfected the juicy meat. Continue to one of the neighborhood’s oldest shops to gulp a refreshing glass of juice, containing elements that balance the delightful flavors on your food tour.

      Next, follow your guide to one of Hong Kong’s greatest hidden treasures – a private tea house, set in a Chinese courtyard. Sip a handpicked selection of high-quality cha (tea), meant to aid with digestion. As you meander with your guide from one tasting location to another, walk through an open market, where you can watch how the locals bargain over fresh fish.

      At Dim Sum corner, where you’ll find siblings, in-laws, nieces and nephews all helping out with the family-run business, sample a selection of dim sum and you’ll want to come back for more. Finally, your guide will lead your small group down a side alley to check out a little bakery where you can relish your dessert – freshly baked tarts still hot from the oven – yum!

      Throughout your culinary and cultural tour, your local guide – a food connoisseur – will lead you past beautiful colonial architecture in the business district, and share interesting facts and anecdotes about Central and Sheung Wan. Learn about Hong Kong’s food culture and food industry, as well as its cultural heritage, living conditions and history of development.

      After visiting several hidden gems of this commercial area – far from the busy shopping malls and typical sightseeing spots – you’ll gain new insight into Hong Kong. At the end of your tour, your guide will help you with directions to get back to the starting location or point you to the Sheung Wan MTR station.

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      Hong Kong Food Tour: Sham Shui Po District more_vert
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      Savor authentic Hong Kong delights on a food-tasting tour through the Kowloon neighborhood of Sham Shui Po! Follow an entertaining local guide on foot through this foodie enclave and discover everything from local specialty stores to old mom-and-pop eateries. Stop at six family-run food venues and sample delicious treats – from breakfast to lunch – as you learn about Cantonese flavors and Hong Kong cultural history. Numbers are limited to eight people, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of like-minded food lovers.

      In the morning, meet your guide and small group at Sham Shui Po MTR Station, located in one of Hong Kong's most intriguing neighborhoods. This old Kowloon district offers an abundance of popular spots for any foodie interested in trying out Hong Kong's beloved cuisine. Follow your guide on foot down a food trail off the beaten path to six tasting locations – local eateries and specialty shops – for a taste of both sweet and savory classics. (Please note: All food venues are subject to change.)

      Start your walking tour with a stop at Hong Kong Style Café (Cha Chang Teng) for a typical Hong Kong breakfast. Then, head to a soy specialty store and sip some of the freshest soymilk as you learn about the three different soy products sold at the shop. Afterward, follow your guide to a Chinese pudding store for a taste of delicious sweet pudding made the traditional way at this sixty-year-old establishment.

      Next, see how the Braised Goose Restaurant’s owner and chef adapts traditional Chiu Chow fare for Hong Kong tastes at this hidden gem. After a savory sampling, your palette will be ready for two types of freshly baked cookies at a legendary Kowloon bakery. Finally, your guide will take you to Oodles of Noodles Restaurant, an award-winning family-run restaurant that serves fresh noodles made by hand daily. Savor egg noodles smothered with a special topping -- it's like nothing you’ve ever tasted before!

      Between tastings, learn about Kowloon’s culture and history while your knowledgeable and entertaining guide points out iconic landmarks. As you stroll through Sham Shui Po, watch the neighborhood come to life and discover how it has changed over the past few decades. You’ll discover cultural remnants of Hong Kong’s past and experience modern life in this vibrant working-class community that escaped much recent urban redevelopment.

      By the time you’ve eaten enough food for brunch, you’ll feel like a local with new knowledge of Hong Kong’s culinary culture! At the end of your tour, your guide will help you with directions to get back to the starting location or point you to the nearest MTR station.

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      Hong Kong Food Tour: Tai Po Market more_vert
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      Get a taste of the real Hong Kong on this 4-hour food tour of Tai Po Market district, a delicious yet less-visited district of the city that's home to an ample amount of amazing eats. With an experienced guide to show you the way, you'll sample such dishes as roasted goose, fresh seafood (paired with beer) and steamed rice rolls. Adventurous eaters: Don't miss a taste of the snake soup. This walking tour is limited to 12 people for a small-group experience.

      Hong Kong may be one of the best cities for eating on the planet, and the city of seven million people boasts many well-documented hot spots. But if you want to visit an area with less tourists, head to the Tai Po Market district. Here you'll visit up to six family-run spots and sample a variety of popular dishes in Hong Kong.

      After you meet your guide at the Tai Po Market station, start the tour with delicious steamed rice rolls and a plate of tender roasted goose atop a bed of rice noodles. You'll also venture over to a dai pai dong, a type of local food stall that is slowly disappearing from the Hong Kong restaurant landscape. Get a taste of the stall's fresh seafood dishes, which you can wash down with beer.

      If you're a no-fear eater, you'll love the steamy bowls of snake soup served up at the next stop. Dessert lovers, on the other hand, will be happier once they are nibbling on homemade candy and delicious homemade sweets at nearby Chinese dessert shops.

      Sample itinerary (subject to change):
      • Congee, noodle and rice shop: Made-to-order steamed rice rolls with a variety of toppings, from simple to bold
      • Roast goose restaurant: A celebrity-recommended eatery that serves succulent roasted goose and noodles served in a delicious broth
      • Handmade candy store: A selection of handmade Chinese candies are picked especially for you
      • Snake house: Snake soup is on the menu at the most adventurous stop of this food tour
      • Dai pai dong: A casual food stall offers fresh seafood dishes and beer
      • Dessert shop: Homemade local dessert made fresh every day

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      English High Tea with Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck Admission Ticket more_vert
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      Savor sandwiches and sweet treats along with outstanding panoramic views while you enjoy English high tea service from the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck. Ride a high-speed double-deck elevator to the 100th floor of Hong Kong’s tallest building and feast your eyes on the vista below as you sip. Your English tea set at Vista@sky100 cafe comes with coffee or tea for two along with delectable nibbles such as French macaroons and fresh pastries.


      Admission tickets to sky100, Hong Kong’s must-see attraction inside the city’s tallest building, includes English high tea for two! Relax with an English tea set at Vista@sky100 cafe as you indulge the senses, taking in extraordinary 360-degree views day or night while you feast.
      Enjoy two cups of coffee or tea, exquisite macaroons and Rum & Vanilla cakes , creamy mini panna cotta and cheesecakes, delicious assorted éclairs and chocolate chip brownie squares, sweet mini raisin scone with jam & butter, and grilled sandwiches.

      While you sip, you won’t want to peel your eyes away from Hong Kong’s world-renowned skyline with views of Victoria Harbour and the Northern Territory, especially vivid at sunset. Located in the International Commerce Centre (ICC), sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is just a 60-second ride by double-deck elevator up to the 100th floor — 1,290 feet (393 meters) above sea level.
      After you’ve had your fill, take in the incredible vistas through on-site telescopes, view the large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit that offers insight on local history and culture, or check out a variety of exclusive souvenirs at the gift shop.

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      Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck Admission Ticket more_vert
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      Marvel at spectacular 360-degree views of Hong Kong’s world-renowned skyline and Victoria Harbour! This admission ticket grants you access to the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, located in the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. Optional upgrades feature a relaxing tea break or a delightful dim sum set. Take a high-speed double-deck elevator to the 100th floor in just 60 seconds for awesome panoramic vistas of the city below. It's the ultimate sky-high experience!


      Make your way to the International Commerce Centre (ICC) and ride the swift, double-deck elevator up to the 100th floor. You’ll reach the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, located 1,290 feet (393 meters) above sea level, in just 60 seconds!
      Towering above the city, sky100 is an indoor observation deck in Hong Kong that offers 360-degree views of the territory including its stunning Victoria Harbour. Take in the comprehensive views through on-site telescopes.
      Sky100 is also home to a large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit that offers insight on local history and culture, and a gift shop with a variety of exclusive souvenirs to complement your one-of-a-kind experience. Beyond the magnificent Hong Kong views, sky100 connects you to major transportation networks and a world-class shopping mall.
      Upgrade and take in incredible views of Hong Kong while enjoying a cup of coffee or tea and a pastry at Vista@sky100, or help yourself to a delicious dim sum set.

      Special Offer - Save 29% when you purchase the admission tickets to sky100 and travel between December 1st, 2015 and February 29th, 2016 after 6PM! See pricing options for full details. Please note: this promotion is only applicable for non-HK residents. Minimum 2 passengers per booking is required. - Book Now!

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      Watch the Hong Kong Skyline sunset in Hong Kong while sipping a glass of wine with admission to the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck. Located in the tallest building in Hong Kong, the International Commerce Centre (ICC), sky100 provides sweeping views of the city skyline and Victoria Harbour. After taking the high-speed double-decker elevator up to the 100th floor in just 60 seconds, relax with wine in hand and marvel at the 360-degree vista of the city below.


      When you're ready to start your sunset experience in Hong Kong, make your own way to the International Commerce Centre (ICC) and board the double-decker elevator for the quick ride up to the 100th floor. In only 60 seconds, you'll arrive at the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, located 393 meters above the sea level.

      As you step onto the observation deck, toast your visit to Hong Kong with a provided glass of wine, and be wowed by outstanding views of this world-class city at sunset. Admire the skyline and surrounding Victoria Harbour while the sky changes colors and the city lights begin to twinkle for the evening. You can even take in the view through onsite telescopes.

      sky100 also features an interactive multimedia exhibit that provides insights on local history and culture, as well as a gift shop where you can browse a variety of exclusive souvenirs to complement your experience. The site is connected to major transportation networks and an extensive shopping mall.

      At the end of your visit, just head down and make your way to your next destination.

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      Hong Kong Art Tour: SoHo District more_vert
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      Hong Kong has become the center of the art world in Asia. Its denizens are creating an outpouring of artworks, and new galleries are popping up every day. This 2-hour tour through the SoHo district takes you on a journey through Asia’s most dynamic art scene. Visit five to seven galleries and learn about emerging artists. Take advantage of having a guide who is well versed in the local scene and learn what makes art in Hong Kong so cutting-edge. Tour is limited to 12 people to ensure a quality experience.

      A few years ago, Hong Kong barely registered on the world’s art radar. All that’s changed. Now there are over 200 world-class galleries in Hong Kong, and art buyers from all over the planet shop for great art here. It’s no wonder, then, that Art Basel, the premier modern-art market, now does a regular show in the Chinese city.

      Make your way to the meeting point to join your expert local guide for a 2-hour tour of that world. Visit over five galleries in SoHo (the area south of Hollywood Road) and explore the art work on display. Learn how Hong Kong became the center of art in Asia, as well as who the city’s emerging artists are. Listen to your guide explain the meaning of some of the art and help you come up with your own analysis of its meaning.

      Learn from your guide about the gallery market and its operating dynamics, as well as the career path of a typical emerging artist. If artists or dealers happen to be in the galleries, the guide will invite them to join the tour and discuss the local art scene with you. At the conclusion of the tour, you can continue to explore the area’s galleries, armed with a new appreciation for all that you’ll find.

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      Skip the Line: Ocean Park Hong Kong Admission more_vert
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      Ocean Park Hong Kong is a popular destination for locals and international visitors alike. Use your e-ticket for skip-the-line admission and spend the day with family and friends. Explore thrilling rides, animal encounters, and quirky and informative attractions including the Polar Adventure, Old Hong Kong, Thrill Mountain, Rain-forest, and Aqua City. Cross the park via cable car and get acquainted with beloved animals at the Giant Panda Adventure and Amazing Asian Animals. 

      A cross between the ultimate theme park and a zoo, Ocean Park Hong Kong is a must-do for every first-time visitor to the city. Get up close and personal with marine life in one of the largest aquariums in the world — Atoll Reef — and hop on a plethora of hair-raising rides for a thrill-filled afternoon.

      Use your voucher to redeem your e-ticket directly at the entrance for skip-the-line entry (mobile admission accepted), valid during opening hours. Be sure to pick up a show schedule when you arrive at the park so you can plan your sightseeing accordingly. Don't miss rides and animal encounters such as the Polar Adventure, Old Hong Kong, Thrill Mountain, Rain-forest, Aqua City, Giant Panda Adventure, and Amazing Asian Animals. 

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      Hong Kong Airport Express Ticket more_vert
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      Get your first taste of the city as soon as you land at Hong Kong International Airport. Not known to stop, Hong Kong prides itself on its ability to keep going, and going, and going…and with an MTR Airport Express Ticket, the same may be experienced for visitors. Cut the time between arrival and your actual holiday with express airport transfers from the terminal to the city. Whether you'll be staying in Kowloon or on Hong Kong Island, you're sure to arrive in no more than half an hour, tops! 

      Quick and comfortable transfers to / from the airport and Hong Kong in as little as 24 minutes!

      • Arrive in the city center within 30 minutes of leaving the airport
      • Redeem your tickets up to 1 month after booking, then you have 1 month within which to use the tickets
      • Make the most of the Airport Express' customer-friendly services: convenient In-town Check-in option, free shuttle bus service and free porter services at the stations

      Insider Tips:

      • Most airlines offer a check-in service at the station so you can check your bags in at Hong Kong or Kowloon Station from 90 min up to one full day before your scheduled flight, meaning you can fit in a few more hours of stress-free sightseeing! 
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      Hong Kong Airport Transfers By Tesla more_vert
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      Enjoy luxury airport-hotel transfers in a Eco-friendly Tesla Model S (price is per vehicle). Savor optimum comfort and convenience and ample luggage storage for every passenger. Be served by experienced professional chauffeurs, and rest assured that the entire fleet is held to the highest safety standards. There's nothing like a smooth ride and top class chauffeur service to initiate you into the city - or to wrap up your trip!

      Experience the utmost luxury of being transported from the airport to your hotel – and back, if you wish – in a luxury sedan car. Ride in a Tesla Model S and be served by a professional airport team as well as an experienced chauffeur. All fees and charges are inclusive, from your driver's tip to tunnel and bridge tolls. Make every moment count by savoring even the simplest details of your trip, with the optimum comfort of a fully serviced limousine ride.

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      Luxe MPV Airport Transfer more_vert
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      There's nothing like a convenient ride with family and friends, complete with top class chauffeur service to initiate you into Hong Kong city - or to wrap up your trip! It's an ideal airport transfer for up to 6 people.

      Be transported between the airport and your hotel in comfort and style aboard a 6-seater Toyota Alphard MPV. Perfect for groups and families, the luxurious ride makes sure you savour every moment of your trip – down to the brief sojourns in between. Be served by a professional airport team as well as an experienced chauffeur. The service is inclusive of all fees and charges, from your driver's tip to tunnel and bridge tolls. Enjoy a personalised limousine transfer – one of the few things that turn good travels into a truly exquisite journey.

      • Enjoy luxury airport-hotel limousine transfers for 6 in a Toyota Alphard MPV (price is per vehicle)
      • Savor optimum comfort and convenience and ample luggage storage for every passenger
      • Be served by experienced professional chauffeurs
      • Rest assured that the entire fleet is held to the highest safety standards
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      Hong Kong Private Car Charter Service more_vert
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      Travel the length of Hong Kong for a full or half day with a private car charter: perfect for visitors looking to explore or locals in need of one-off car hire services. You will have your own private driver, and your vehicle will be Toyota Alphard (good for 1 to 6 passengers).

      Cruise around Hong Kong in comfort and style - no MTR or buses for you! Design your own sightseeing itinerary or business appointments in Hong Kong based on your schedule with up to 10 hours car rental plus your own personal driver! From the border of China in the northern New Territories to the laid-back pace of life in Hong Kong's South-side, the itinerary is up to you (though your friendly English speaking driver can help make suggestions and plan the route!) 

      • Enjoy utmost convenience with 5 or 10 hours private car rental
      • Customize your own route and itinerary around Hong Kong
      • Get a more authentic experience with suggestions from your professional English speaking driver
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      Hong Kong One Way Luxe Airport Shuttles Ticket more_vert
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      Comfortable coach seating, convenient transfer times and a professional service team to assist you – at a price lower than the Airport Express and a short taxi ride combined. Why not? It's cost-efficient, hassle-free coach transfers between Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) and your hotel (Kowloon and Hong Kong Island only). Enjoy spacious seating and ample luggage space on board. There's also a visual announcing system to remind you of your stop!

      There's nothing like a comfortable and convenient hotel transfer service to freshen you up for your ensuing stay. Whether you're traveling solo or in a group, with your partner or the entire family, these luxury shuttle buses offer business-class amenities to every traveler – at a cheaper combined cost than the Airport Express and a short taxi ride! Be greeted at your arrival by a professional service team, then sit back on spacious, reclining seats as you travel from the airport to your hotel.

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      Hong Kong's Magical World 4D Disney Themed Museum 1-Day E-Ticket more_vert
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      A world of fantasy and illusion awaits at Hong Kong's Magical World 4D Disney Themed Museum. Enter the Magical World of Disney Themed in 4D for and take realistic photos with your favorite Disney characters and comic book heroes. Access all the museum's themed zones: Disney Classic Characters, Monsters University, Inside Out, Star Wars, Disney Underwater World, Luminous Disney Zone, Frozen, Toy Story, Disney Princess, Disney Adventure and Marvel. Step into paintings and come face to face with your favorite Disney characters! Take a ton of photographs that fool the eye.

      Meet your favorite Disney characters in 4D at the newly launched Disney themed 4D museum, Magical World in Hong Kong. Sound, smell, special lighting effects and lifelike recreations of your favorite Disney cartoons come together create a whole new 4D experience. Across 12 major cartoon zones with almost 70 photography spots, you'll be greeted by your favorite characters (everyone from Mickey Mouse, to Winnie the Pooh, to Marvel comic characters, to classic Disney princesses will be there!) with the opportunity to actually step into the artwork and take memorable pictures. Don't miss one of the exhibition highlights, the Luminous Disney Zone, bringing you into the fantasy of the Disney World with endless glow in the dark surprises! Purchase a single ticket entry and enjoy the whole museum without a time museum so you can snap funny shots with friends, family and popular Disney icons to your heart's content!

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      Madame Tussauds Hong Kong 1-Day E-Ticket more_vert
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      Roll out the red carpet - meet your favorite celebrities, shake hands with world-class athletes, and go back in time with famous historical figures.

      Meet over 100 of your favourite personalities, movie stars, and idols in the incredible world-renowned wax museum. Madame Tussauds Hong Kong brings almost to life all those big stars you thought you'd never be able to meet face to face. Add this great museum to your Hong Kong itinerary and enjoy walking the red carpet.

      • Rest on Andy Lau's chest, meet the world's most famous celebrity couple, and get a few acting tips from Louis Koo
      • Feel like a film star as you embrace the action for the camera
      • Curtsy correctly in front of Queen Elizabeth II, and strike a post next to hundreds of other wax replicas of famous people

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      Hong Kong Trick Eye Museum Admission Ticket more_vert
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      The world-famous Trick Eye Museum has finally come to Hong Kong and it's conveniently located atop Hong Kong's famous hill. The voucher is valid for 6 months from the date of issue. Get creative at this fully interactive art museum and take some hilarious photos! Trick and be tricked at with the impressive range of optical illusion and digital art across 5 themed zones.

      South Korea's most famous museum export, the Trick Eye Museum, has hit Hong Kong. The museum houses around 50 paintings and installations over 5 different themed zones: World of Masterpieces, Hong Kong Discovery, Secret Garden, Great Adventure and Neverland. These aren't just any paintings though, they're installed onto plain surfaces but magically appear to be 3D through the use of optical illusion. Come and see art spring to life and have hours of fun taking pictures at this fully interactive gallery. See art spring to life and be a part of it too. Perfectly located to tie in with your Hong Kong itinerary on the Peak.

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      Hong Kong Noah's Ark Admission Ticket more_vert
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      Families will love this full-scale Noah's Ark replica and its surrounding attractions, from educational exhibits to adventurous challenges. Gain full-day admission and learn about the Biblical story of Noah via interactive, hands-on activities. Enter the Solar Tower and observe the sun's surface activity in real time, plus discover the secrets of our solar system at a 3D astronomy documentary.

      Rediscover the Biblical story of Noah's Ark at the world's first full-scale Ark replica. Perfect for a family outing, this Hong Kong attraction offers many activities and exhibits that combine nature, education, and entertainment. Use your admission ticket for full-day access to the park and all of its attractions. 

      Experience the great flood via a sensory movie experience; hop over to the Special Exhibition for a look at rare, antique Victorian-era Bibles; and see life-size replicas of the golden Ark of the Covenant. The inspiring Ark Life Education House is rife with interactive games and do-it-yourself activities, while access to the Solar Tower and Nature Garden invite you to make your own gadgets and spot the location of more than 100 tree species.

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      Cotai Water Jet Round-Trip Ferry Tickets Between Hong Kong and Macau more_vert
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      Find yourself in the heart of Macau's Cotai Strip just one hour from Hong Kong with Cotai Water Jet's efficient and comfortable service.

      Enjoy high-speed ferry service between Hong Kong and Macau's Taipa, the fastest way to the Cotai Strip. On arrival in Taipa, you are within 15 minutes of most Cotai hotels via a number of complimentary shuttles. Cotai Water Jet's maritime fleet is renowned for its fast, efficient and hassle free ferry service, offering passengers up to 86 sailings per day between Hong Kong and the ‘Las Vegas of the East'! Enjoy the convenience of booking in advance to ensure your seat then sit back and relax in the comfortable airplane-style seating.

      • Enjoy the quickest and most convenient transfers to from Hong Kong to Taipa
      • Travel at a time that suits you with departures every 30 minutes
      • Recline in comfortable and spacious cushioned seating
      • A selection of food, beverages and duty-free goods are available for purchase on-board
      • Enjoy complimentary luxury coach shuttle services between the ferry terminal and Macau's famous casinos on arrival

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      Hong Kong Disneyland Admission E-Ticket more_vert
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      Meet your favorite Disney characters, watch live shows and parades, and shop and dine at all themed areas of the Hong Kong Disneyland park! Enjoy all rides and attractions at the park's five themed areas with the one or two day pass. Meet Minnie, Mickey and other favorite characters - they are all at Hong Kong Disneyland. You can watch the amazing live shows and parades throughout the day!  Book this convenient e-ticket to have your ticket emailed directly to you and skip the lines at the ticket counter!

      Experience the magic of Disneyland in Hong Kong! Enter into the seven lands centered on well-loved Disney movies: Toy Story, the Wild West and Americana as well as mystery, fantasy, space and adventure! Mickey and Minnie are ready for your meet and greet, while the Cinderella Castle shimmers impressively and the fireworks wait to be set off. Enjoy thrilling rides, meet your favorite characters, and watch amazing Broadway-style shows - all at the best possible Disneyland Hong Kong ticket price! Come to Disney and delight in endless fun!


      Package Options:

      1 Day Disneyland E-Ticket

      • Regular admission ticket for one day

      2 Day Disneyland E-Ticket

      • Regular admission ticket for two days


      Additional Information:

      • Child ticket: Ages 3-11
      • Once redeemed your voucher for your physical ticket, you must enter Disneyland within 3 days (inclusive of redemption day). For 2-day tickets, your first entry must be within 3 days, the second within 7 days of the first visit
      • For example, if you redeem your tickets on a Wednesday, you must enter the park on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday

      Insider Tips:

      • Make sure you stick around for the 9pm musical fireworks show - it's choreographed to Disney themes!
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      Sweet Dynasty Dining Set at Victoria Peak Hong Kong more_vert
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      Why roam for a quick snack at fast food joints if you can enjoy a sumptuous meal at the scenic location of Hong Kong? Enjoy a plethora of Sweet Dynasty's iconic Cantonese dishes at beautiful Victoria Peak Hong Kong. Taste the signature shrimp dumplings, steamed rice with chicken and mushrooms and more.Sweet Dynasty, this authentic Hong Kong restaurant, dating all the way back to 1991, has gained international famed-om for its signature desserts, noodles and congee.  It has since attracted gourmands from all over the world for a true experience of Cantonese culinary traditions. The Sweet Dynasty at Victoria Peak offers 2 different menu set for you.

      Sweet Dynasty, this authentic Hong Kong restaurant, dating all the way back to 1991, has gained international famed-om for its signature desserts, noodles and congee.  It has since attracted gourmands from all over the world for a true experience of Cantonese culinary traditions.

      • Enjoy an authentic Cantonese meal at one of the city's oldest restaurants for a great price
      • Journey through time in the modern setting of Sweet Dynasty with a selection of the best desserts in town
      • Try signature dishes of the Cantonese cuisine from the sweet and savory dim sum to aromatic congees and spicy noodles
      • Located on top of The Peak, a must-visit destination for incredible city skyline views

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      Day Trip to Macau from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Quite different from Hong Kong, Macau’s economy is heavily dependent on gambling and tourism. The tour combines both historical sites and modern attractions.This trip for offers you an opportunity to see the one of the world's richest cities within one day from Hong Kong.

      Around 8am: Your guide in Hong Kong will pick you up from a designated hotel in downtown Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay, or North Point.

      Around 9am: Drive to the ferry, arrive at Hong Kong – Macau Ferry Port and depart for Macau by comfortable Turbojet. Your Hong Kong guide will give you your Turbojet tickets and see you off there. After efficient custom process, get on board and experience one-hour speed of the turbojet.

      In the morning: Arrive at Macau pier. You will be met by your English-speaking Macau guide and led to the coach. Explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Ruins of St. Paul, Monte Fortress, including a section of the old city wall. This part is the essence of Macau, they are the mixing of the Chinese and Portuguese cultures and religious traditions for more than four centuries.

      Buffet lunch in a local restaurant: Choose from a selection of main dishes, soup, vegetables, desserts, and drinks. Usually the lunch time is an hour.

      In the afternoon: Continue city sightseeing with a visit to the A-Ma Temple, from which Macau gets its name. Legend has it that after her death Ma Zu's spirit helped merchants and fishermen head off dangers on the roiling sea. Then drive to the famous casinos site (usually Lisboa) for a look around and try your hand at a table. Your guide will stay outside the casino and if you would like to know more about the casino industry or have any questions, feel free to ask. After this, we drive to the city center, Senado Square, and do some shopping for local souvenirs at the sidewalk stalls.

      Around 5pm: Your Macau guide will see you at the Macau –Hong Kong Ferry Pier and you return to Hong Kong by comfortable Turbojet. Guide and driver in Hong Kong will meet you and drop you off at the designated hotel.

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      Half-Day Coach Tour of Kowloon and New Territories more_vert
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      Make use of your time in Hong Kong with a half-day tour that takes in bustling Kowloon highlights and traditional markets. Plus, visit Wong Tai Sin Temple, Hong Kong’s largest and most impressive temple. A guide, coach transport, and pickup and drop-off are included from selected hotels.

      Your guide will collect you in the morning from a designated Hong Kong hotel in downtown Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay, or North Point. Start your half-day tour with coach transport to Luen Wo Market, a typical old-style rural market established in 1948. Here, you'll find an array of fresh produce, daily necessities, and electronic equipment.

      Your tour continues on to Lok Ma Chau, a vantage point from which to look across the Pearl River estuary and glimpse the remarkable skyline of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. Tsang Tai Uk is your next stop, to see the original settlement of the Tsang clan. After your visit, gain admission to Wong Tai Sin Temple, situated in Kowloon. 

      Your guide and driver make a final stop at the largest jewelry factory in Hong Kong before you're dropped off at your hotel.

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      Sai Kung Cruise by Traditional Wooden Sampan more_vert
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      A relaxed boat tour off Sai Kung by traditional wooden sampan. Enjoy the natural scenery of the Hong Kong Geopark, including the peculiar pineapple bun rocks and a stunning sea arch, and visit the culturally interesting salt making island of Yim Tin Tsai.

      Meet up at Sai Kung New Public Pier, where the sampan is waiting for us.

      We first visit the culturally interesting island of Yim Tin Tsai, an island where the ethnic Hakka people lived mainly off salt making. By the end of the 19th century the island fully converted to catholicism. Nowadays you can find statues of angels and a saint and a small chapel, but no traditional ancestral halls or other features commonly seen in Hakka culture.

      After that the boat will take us to the southern tip of Jin Island, passing by rugged shorelines riddled with sea caves and other coastal landforms. Here we will see a great sea arch. The famous hexagonal rock columns of Sai Kung are well exposed here.

      The next stop is the Elephant Nose Rock at the tip of Sharp Island. Finally we get off at Sharp Island to walk over the beach and the tombolo (a natural land bridge which floods at high tide), and to have a look at the many different rocks at this island.

      The tour ends at Sai Kung Pier. The tour may be performed in opposite direction, subject to the tide levels. During the boat ride you will learn about the geological history of the area, the super volcano that used to be here, and how the various landforms we see are formed.

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      Hong Kong Nature Tour: Ponds and Waterfalls more_vert
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      Explore the wondrous world of ponds and waterfalls. See some of the best waterfalls of Hong Kong, and trek over a river bed to see more waterfalls, tranquil ponds, and the many animals that live there. There is no need to get wet, but the big ponds at the end of the trek are mighty tempting!

      After meeting at Tai Po Market MTR station we take transport to the Bride's Pool area, to see two of Hong Kong's best waterfalls: the Bride's Pool fall and the Mirror Pool fall.

      After that, walk to Wang Chung stream, the main part of this tour. This is a river trek, so requires some scrambling over rocks, but no need for rock climbing skills or the use of ropes. It is a very scenic river, with ponds and waterfalls making up for most of the length of it.
      At the end of our river trek there are some larger ponds. There is no need to get wet on this trip, but after the climb in the summer heat these ponds are mighty tempting, and indeed they do provide some great swimming opportunities.

      Finally, you will walk down the mountain via a well maintained dirt path back to the starting point of the hike, where you will catch transport back to the urban areas.

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      Hong Kong Wildlife Night Walking Tour: Bat Watching more_vert
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      An adventurous night walk along Hok Tau Reservoir and Sha Lo Tung abandoned village. Look for night time wildlife such as bats, and listen to the concert of insects. At the end of the trip, be surprised by a wonderful view of the city lights of the high rises of Tai Po and Ma On Shan new towns.

      After pick up at Fanling MTR station we take a minibus or taxi to the starting point of the hike, near Hok Tau reservoir. Here we walk first along a paved road to the dam of the reservoir. This is prime bat habitat, many bat calls can be received and made audible by a specialized bat detector. With a little luck we can see these masters of the night sky fly by as they hunt for insects.

      From the reservoir the route continues over well maintained dirt paths to the abandoned village of Sha Lo Tung, an elevated wetland area. Near the end of the walk we'll have a great view over Tai Po and Ma On Shan new towns (weather permitting) before descending the mountain along a long flight of steps and catching transport back to the MTR station.

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      Hong Kong Wildlife Night Walking Tour: Fireflies and Bats more_vert
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      An adventurous night walk along Hok Tau Reservoir and Sha Lo Tung abandoned village. Look for night time wildlife such as fireflies and bats, and listen to the concert of insects. At the end of the trip, be surprised by a wonderful view of the city lights of the high rises of Tai Po and Ma On Shan new towns.

      After pick up at Fanling MTR station we take a taxi to the starting point of the hike, near Hok Tau reservoir. Here we walk first along a paved road to the dam of the reservoir. This is prime bat habitat, many bat calls can be received and made audible by a specialized bat detector. With a little luck we can see these masters of the night sky fly by as they hunt for insects.

      From the reservoir the route continues over well maintained dirt paths to the abandoned village of Sha Lo Tung, a wetland area and major firefly habitat. Enjoy the many lights of the fireflies as they flash their lights, attempting to attract a mate.Near the end of the walk we'll have a great view over Tai Po and Ma On Shan new towns (weather permitting) before descending the mountain along a long flight of steps and catching transport back to the MTR station.

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      Fireflies Watching Tour at Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve more_vert
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      Go watch the fireflies in Tai Po Kau nature reserve. Enjoy their flashing lights and listen to the concert given by other insects in the night sky. Experience nature after dark with experienced professional guide.

      After meeting at Tai Po Market MTR station we take a minibus to the starting point of the walk: Tai Po Kau nature reserve.

      The first part of the trip leads fairly steep up the hill over a well maintained dirt track, rocky and narrow at times. This leads us straight into the main area where fireflies are found, and soon after we'll see their bright lights between the trees.

      The walk continues deeper in the forest, where fireflies are found all over the place. Enjoy the many lights all over the place, have a close-up look at these bugs, and learn about the how and why of their behavior.

      This 5 km walk takes about 2 1/2 hours, and ends at the entrance to Tai Po Kau nature reserve from where you may catch transport back to Tai Po Market MTR station or to other destinations. Bring change or Octopus card for bus fares. Torches for use during the tour are provided.

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      Snorkeling Adventure at Sharp Island more_vert
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      Sharp Island has one of Hong Kong's major coral colonies, and is part of the Hong Kong Global Geopark of China. Enjoy the underwater world just a short swim offshore, and check out the interesting above water world of the local Geopark site. Access to the island is by sampan ferry.

      After meeting at the pier in Sai Kung we take a sampan ferry (included) to Sharp Island. Here are changing rooms and showers available to change into your swim suit; the snorkeling area is just a few minutes away on the other end of the adjacent beach.
      Put on snorkeling gear (provided: mask, snorkel and flippers) and enter the clear, warm and calm waters off the island to enjoy the colorful underwater world of corals, fish, star fish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, crabs, and more.
      In the process we'll have a look at the interesting geology of this island, which includes a tombolo (natural land bridge which floods at high tide) and the peculiar pineapple bun rocks.

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      Hoi Ha Wan marine park is well known for it's crystal clear and calm waters, and has some of Hong Kong's largest coral colonies. It is a great place for kayaking and snorkeling. Join this tour to see the colorful underwater world of corals and fish, crabs, sea stars, and much more. All set against a beautiful backdrop of the forested shorelines of Hoi Ha Wan.

      After meeting up at University MTR station we catch a taxi to the tiny village of Hoi Ha, a scenic 40-minute ride.

      At the beach we collect the kayaks (included) and get changed into swim suit and put on snorkeling gear (provided: mask, snorkel and flippers; life vests are available on request). The main coral colonies are some 20 minutes kayaking out. Here we can tie the kayaks to one of the mooring buoys, and enter the waters to enjoy the wonderful underwater world.

      After about an hour we'll get back on the kayak and head out to a second coral area, a place which has less corals but generally more fish swimming around, for another swim.

      Around 13:00 we'll head back to shore to clean up and get changed, and catch the minibus back to Sai Kung (normally we'll catch either the 13:25 or the 13:55 minibus).

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      Hong Kong Global Geopark Day Trip: Hexagonal Columns Caves and Arches more_vert
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      Visit the famous hexagonal rock columns of the Hong Kong Global Geopark, walk through a sea arch, and see a sea cave up close. After lunch at a seaside restaurant the tour continues by traditional sampan to see another sea arch and to visit Sharp Island, also part of the Hong Kong Global Geopark.

      After meeting up at University MTR we take a scenic taxi ride (about 40 mins) to the starting point of the hike: the famous hexagonal rock columns at High Island Reservoir. Here the columns are perfectly exposed. Appreciate the size of these columns, and see how earth movements have bent, sheared and even shattered these rocks.


      Nearby is a sea cave, and after visiting this cave we walk first along the road, then over a footpath and finally over an unmaintained mountain trail to a great sea arch - the bottom of which falls dry and can be walked over at low tide.


      We take the same trail back to have a look at Pak Lap beach, a beautiful tree lined white sandy beach in a sheltered bay. From here it's just a short trek over the hill to a great seaside restaurant for a well deserved lunch (not included).


      After lunch a traditional wooden sampan comes to pick us up and take us to see the sea arch at Jin Island, and for a visit to Sharp Island, also part of the Hong Kong Global Geopark. Here we can see the peculiar pineapple bun rocks and the tombolo, a natural land bridge which floods at high tide.


      Finally the sampan will take us back to Sai Kung town to finish the tour. From here there are many transport options to various parts of town.

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      Plover Cove Country Park Eco Tour from Hong Kong more_vert
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      Visit two great waterfalls, a river full of potholes, abandoned villages, mangroves, see the red rocks of Hung Shek Mun and the Devil's Fist, and more. This is a mostly easy walk which does includes some challenges such as walking through a river bed. It ends in Sam A Tsuen, abandoned but for the restaurant that opens on weekends. The return to civilization is by thrilling speed boat ride.

      Meeting point is at Tai Po Market MTR station, from where we take transport to the starting point of the hike.

      First, visit the Bride's Pool waterfall and the Mirror Pool waterfall. This requires some scrambling over big rocks, but the reward of seeing the waterfall makes the effort totally worth it.

      After that an easy walk through the villages of Wu Kau Tang and Kau Tam Tso, you will leave civilization behind. The road gently inclines until we reach the pass from where the path follows a river. This river has many potholes, including the Mandarin Duck Pool, a pothole which is shaped like a duck. We also pass by the abandoned village of Ha Miu Tin, now completely reclaimed by nature.

      Reaching Sam A Chung we see lots of mangroves, and we may be able to spot some sea creatures such as crabs and mudskippers that live between the mangroves in the intertidal zone. The walk ends in Sam A Tsuen, another abandoned village. On weekends Hong Kong's most remote restaurant opens here to feed hungry hikers - they offer great food in an unbeatable environment.

      After lunch it's just a short walk to the village pier, where a speed boat picks us up and returns us to civilization - a thrilling ride through Double Haven, an area best known for the many little islands and unspoilt nature. We pass by the red rocks of Hung Shek Mun, and make a short stop to see the Devil's Fist (a rock shaped like a fist sticking out of the ground) before finishing the ride at Wu Kai Sha pier, a short walk from Ma On Shan MTR station.

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      Hong Kong Small-Group Hiking Tour: from Modern City to Ancient Village more_vert
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      Explore the nature, culture, and food of Hong Kong, including a guided hike to a hidden monastery. Trek to a nearby summit for a panoramic view of Hong Kong and surrounding islands, and visit an ancient temple in a centuries-old village. Your full-day itinerary includes breakfast and afternoon tea at a typical tea cafe.

      Meet your guide at the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station and start with an authentic, Hong Kong–style breakfast at a local cha chaan teng (tea restaurant). After filling up with hot milk tea, you'll hop on public transport for a ride to the starting point of your hike at Discovery Bay. This small-group tour is limited to 15 participants to ensure personalized attention from your guide.

      Soon after you hit the trail, Nim Shue Wan village appears up ahead, scattered with quaint cottages and small farmlands. Follow the wooded path uphill and pass by trees nailed with wooden crosses and pictures of Christ that represent the stations of the cross. You'll soon come upon Our Lady of Joy, a Trappist monastery featuring a mix of eastern and western religious architecture. 

      Summit the peak after a steep staircase delivers you to a viewing platform with panoramic vistas over Hong Kong. After about 1,000 steps downhill, you'll reach Mui Wo on Lantau Island, which you can explore after lunch. Shuttle between old cottages, listen to the rushing creek, peek into an ancient temple, and wander around this enclave known for its rural beauty. Your efforts are rewarded with a visit to a 65-foot-high (20-meter) waterfall.

      Your 10-hour tour ends here in Mui Wo, where you're free to enjoy the sunset or order a seafood dinner (own expense) before making your way back to the city.

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      Hong Kong Small-Group Hiking Tour: Life of Local Communities Beneath Kowloon Peak more_vert
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      Set out for Kowloon Peak on a heritage walking tour that includes a Hong Kong–style breakfast at a tea restaurant and dim sum later in the day. The steep climb up a staircase along the hiking trail leads you to the summit of the Kowloon Peninsula, where you're rewarded with a panoramic view of the city.

      Meet your guide at Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station and start your small-group hiking tour by visiting traditional communities beneath Kowloon Peak. Start out at Choi Hung Estate, translated as 'rainbow' for its vibrant colors. As one of the first developed public estates in Hong Kong, it boasts a 50-year-old heritage and offers a window into local life. Its elderly residents, coupled with the mystical presence of old shops, will transport you back in time.

      After a traditional breakfast at a local café, you're free to wander around before proceeding toward Kowloon Peak. The first part of the uphill climb consists mostly of stairs, but the vista of Hong Kong from the top of the Kowloon Peninsula will not disappoint. Admire views of Sai Kung pier and the aptly named Lion Mountain.

      Make the steep journey down the mountain, which may require the use of all four limbs. From here, your guide accompanies you to Wong Tai Sin City, known for its namesake Taoist temple. Fill up with dim sum at a local restaurant before visiting the temple, home to legendary Master Wong Tai Sin, who is said to grant wishes upon request.

      Your full-day tour concludes near the Wong Tai Sin MTR Station for easy transport.

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      Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour more_vert
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      This half-day food tour of Hong Kong makes five stops where you sample authentic Cantonese cuisine. Taste dim sum, wonton noodle soup, traditionally roasted meat, milk tea, and an egg tart, all eaten at local restaurants. Learn from your guide about the city's mix of British and Chinese heritage, from Guangzhou influences to Western favorites.

      Meet your guide in the morning in the Sheung Wan district of Hong Kong Island and follow on foot to a nearby restaurant. Arrive hungry, as you start the day with a traditional yum cha (dim sum) breakfast in a decades-old teahouse with lively atmosphere. Find yourself transported back to a bygone era as you sample authentic dumplings still served via trolley.

      Head to a family-run restaurant for your next stop to savor wonton noodle soup, established in the 1960s and recommended by the Michelin Guide. Bite into this local specialty, a dish that only a true master can perfect. Have time for a cup of milk tea, perhaps the most pervasive legacy of Hong Kong's former British rule.

      Next, travel aboard the Ding Ding (the Hong Kong tramway; own expense) to another family-run restaurant, which dates back to the pre-20th century Qing Dynasty and is renowned for its char sui (roast meat). You're served a mixture of roasted meats, cooked in the traditional style and served with rice and house-made sauces.

      Finish at a well-established bakery, a personal favorite of a former Hong Kong governor. Sink your teeth into an egg tart, or dan tat in Cantonese, another Chinese version of an English pastry — the custard tart. 

      In between visits to these eateries in Sheung Wan, Central, and Wan Chai, stop by a dried seafood shop for a look at ingredients traditionally used in soups, a Chinese medicine shop originating from 1940s, and Hong Kong’s oldest wet market. At the end of your food tour, your guide will explain how to get back to your hotel or give recommendations and directions to another point of interest.

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      Full Day Lantau Island Small Group Tour in Hong Kong more_vert
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      Take a small group walking tour of Lantau and visit the awe inspiring Big Buddha and the wonderfully quaint stilt village of Tai O. Includes a ride on the famous Ngong Ping cable car, a boat ride through Tai O village and lunch at the UNESCO recognised Tai O Heritage hotel; originally established as a police station in 1902 to combat pirates prevalent in the neighbouring waters. Maximum of 9 people on group tours to ensure an intimate and personal touring experience. This is a far cry from the coach tours of Lantau!

      The small public group Lantau tours last approximatly 7 hours. They start and finish at Tung Chung MTR station.

      On weekdays, you meet at Tung Chung MTR station at 9:45am. On Sundays and public holidays you meet at Tung Chung MTR station at 8:45am. You start early to avoid the crowds.

      Your small group Lantau tour starts with a ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car. You will be treated to the most wonderful views of Lantau Country Park and the airport as you travel over the back of the island for 25 minutes. Your destination is the famous Big Buddha. Here you will learn about Buddhism, climb the 268 steps to the Buddha, visit the Po Lin Monastery and the new hall of 10,000 Buddhas.

      From Ngong Ping it is a 20 minute public bus ride to Tai O, the Venice of Hong Kong. Tai O is one of the very few remaining places in Hong Kong where you can still see stilt houses over the water. Tai O used to be a fairly big community but due to the decline of the fishing industry it, like Venice, is now primarily a tourist destination, for both overseas visitors and Hong Kongers escaping the hustle and bustle of the city. Tai O is still known for its traditional production of shrimp sauce and shrimp paste and for its colourful seafood market.

      You will embark on a full exploration of Tai O visiting the beautifully restored Old Police Station, now operating as a UNESCO recognised heritage hotel. This is where you will enjoy lunch (included) in the very nice Lookout restaurant which overlooks the ocean. You will visit one of the two remaining shrimp sauce production factories, meander the back streets in and around the stilt houses, visit a temple from the late 1400’s and learn about the religion of Taoism.

      If you have the energy you will walk to a lookout point where you can get an excellent view of the construction of the 42km bridge that is being built between Hong Kong and Macau. For those that are less able to walk longer distances you can spend some free time browsing the shops around the temple, or taking a break in a coffee shop. You will also enjoy a (very fun) boat ride at Tai O, through the stilt houses. This is also included in your tour price.

      Once you have finished at Tai O will take the public bus back to Tung Chung MTR station where the tour finishes.

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      Private Food Tour: Hong Kong Island more_vert
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      This personalized food tour of Hong Kong with a private guide includes five stops where you'll sample authentic Cantonese cuisine. Taste dim sum, wonton noodle soup, traditionally roasted meat, milk tea, and an egg tart, all eaten at local restaurants. Learn about the city's mix of British and Chinese heritage, from Guangzhou influences to Western favorites.

      Meet your private guide in the morning in the Sheung Wan district of Hong Kong Island and follow on foot to a nearby restaurant. Arrive hungry, as you'll start the day with a traditional dim sum (yum cha) breakfast in a decades-old teahouse with a lively atmosphere. Find yourself transported back to a bygone era as you sample authentic dumplings still served via trolley.

      Your next stop is a family-run wonton noodle shop, established in the 1960s and recommended by the Michelin Guide. Bite into this local specialty, a dish that only a true master can perfect. Then it's time for a cup of milk tea, perhaps the most pervasive legacy of Hong Kong's former British rule.

      Next, travel aboard the Ding Ding (the Hong Kong tramway; own expense) to another family-run restaurant, which dates back to the pre-20th century Qing Dynasty and is renowned for its char siu. You're served a mixture of roasted meats, cooked in the traditional style and served with rice and homemade sauces.

      Finish at a well-established bakery, a personal favorite of a former Hong Kong governor. Sink your teeth into an egg tart, or dan tat in Cantonese, another Chinese version of an English pastry — the custard tart.

      In between visits to these eateries in Sheung Wan, Central, and Wan Chai, stop by a dried seafood shop for a look at ingredients traditionally used in soups, a Chinese medicine shop originating from 1940s, and Hong Kong’s oldest wet market. At the end of your food tour, your guide will explain how to get back to your hotel or give recommendations and directions to another point of interest.

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      Half- Day Private Custom Tour of Hong Kong more_vert
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      Ideal for people with limited time, or those who want a comprehensive overview of Hong Kong prior to exploring further on their own, this customizable half-day tour takes you through Hong Kong with a private guide. Simply indicate your interests, provided after booking. Then enjoy an itinerary specific to you, from history and culture to food, markets, and local neighborhoods.

      Your private guide will meet you at your hotel lobby in the morning. Unless you indicate particular interests or preferences after booking in order to customize your 5-hour itinerary, you’re provided with a comprehensive city tour of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon that takes in back streets and local neighborhoods. You'll find a metropolis that sits side by side with national parkland, where east truly meets west.

      Learn about local history and culture while combining must-see attractions like Victoria Peak or a ride on the Star Ferry with places off the beaten track. If you're a foodie, your guide ensures that you'll get a taste of Hong Kong delights. Or, if you prefer to browse for souvenirs, your guide will show you to a few markets; let your guide know if you have something specific in mind to purchase.

      This immersive experience lets you travel around Hong Kong on foot and by public transport (own expense); the tour is flexible and paced to your desired speed. When your tour concludes, your guide recommends additional Hong Kong points of interest to explore on your own.

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      Small Group Half-Day Hong Kong by Sea Boat Tour more_vert
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      The 4-hour Hong Kong by Sea boat tour takes place on a 55ft motor yacht. The boat tour takes in all of Hong Kong’s most interesting coastal districts. Departing from Causeway Bay you start with a full Victoria Harbour tour. From there you will go inside and around Hong Kong’s container port. Then it is down to Aberdeen to see the floating restaurants and around the beautiful coastal areas of Deep Water Bay, Repulse Bay and Stanley. This tour includes unlimited soft drinks, beer, wine and snacks.

      The story of Hong Kong and how it turned from a sleepy fishing village to a super city is firmly rooted in the sea. It’s a story about the West’s trade with the Far East, Britain’s addiction to tea and the scourage of opium addiction!

      Setting off from Causeway Bay at 9am, you start with a full Victoria Harbour tour where your tour guide will talk about the development of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline from the 1800s through to present day.  Then it is up to the container port! Hong Kong’s container port is a super hub, it is the world’s 5th busiest port and has been the driving force behind Hong Kong’s economic development. No other tour grants you access to this truly fascinating part of the city.  This is your chance to get up close to some of the world’s biggest super ships and watch the cargo being loaded and unloaded whilst learning about the growth and development of trade in the region.

      From the container port, you will head south down and around the western coast of Hong Kong island to Aberdeen Harbour. You will discuss Britain’s predominance in maritime practices and how the opium trade led to the British colonisation of Hong Kong.

      The cruise slowly past the floating seafood restaurants and floating village where the Tanka people (or Boat People) still live on the water in old traditional junk boats. Fishermen by trade, the Tanka people were, from the earliest days of the West’s arrival in Hong Kong, the trusty allies of foreigners, supplying British men-of war and troopships with supplies and prostitution services.

      From Aberdeen Harbour, you will carry on cruising around the south coast going past Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay. You will talk about the price of real estate, Hong Kong’s rich and famous and the most ill-omened house in Hong Kong.

      From Repulse Bay it’s a short hop around to Stanley or Bandits Post where you will discuss two of Hong Kong’s most infamous pirates.

      Stanley is where your boat tour ends. It is a beautiful coastal market town and one of Hong Kong’s most popular tourist attractions. You can get some lunch in one of the many bars and restaurants along the waterfront, spend the afternoon relaxing on one of Stanley’s beaches or pick up some souvenirs in the famous Stanley Market.

      This boat tour lasts around 4 hours and is packed full of interesting information about Hong Kong past and present. It has been designed to be interesting to people of all ages including children and teenagers. Before roaming around on the boat, your tour guide will tell you all the places you have visited, let you take pictures and enjoy the scenery at each location. This boat is for a maximum of 15 people to allow of plenty of room for relaxing across the 3 viewing platforms and for a more intimate discussion environment.

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      Full-Day Private Customized Walking Tour of Hong Kong more_vert
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      Private Full Day Custom Tour is ideal for people who would like a detailed overview of Hong Kong prior to exploring further on their own and also for people who would like to make the most of a limited amount of time in Hong Kong, you will have your own personal private guide.

      Full day private custom walking tour lasts 8-hours, your private tour guide will meet you at your hotel lobby in Hong Kong at 9am.

      After booking this tour, your tour operator will reach out to you to design a tour just for you.

      If you have never been to Hong Kong before and have no preferences, then you will have a comprehensive city tour. You will focus on exploring back streets, local neighborhoods and learning about the culture and history of Hong Kong. You will visit both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. You can combine some of the must see's like Victoria Peak and riding the Star Ferry with something a little more off the beaten track to ensure that you see Hong Kong for what it really is; a city of contrasts where the metropolis sits side by side with national parkland, where the super-wealthy walk shoulder to shoulder with people living in poverty, it is a city where east truly does meet west like in no other. 

      If you are a foodie but do not want to do a full food tour you can combine foodie elements into your tour, ensuring that you still get a wonderful mouthwatering taste of Hong Kong. 

      If you would like to pick up some souvenirs, your guide can show you a few markets, or perhaps you have something specific which you would like to buy, let your guide know and will make sure that you do not leave Hong Kong without it.

      Perhaps you are a budding photographer and would like to visit the most photogenic locations. Whatever it is, your guide will ensure that your custom tour is exactly what you are looking for. 

      This tour is a fully immersive experience during which you will travel around Hong Kong on foot and using public transport. Your tour is flexible and will be paced to your speed and requirements.

      After the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel or anywhere in central Hong Kong.

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