1. Hong Kong Dukling Harbour Cruise
Board a Chinese sailing boat and enjoy the Victoria Harbour! The retro style on board and the cosmopolitan fashion atmosphere form a strong contrast. The Dukling is a typical Chinese sailing boat. 150 years ago, it was this kind of sailing boat that traversed Hong Kong waters. Originally owned by fishermen, the ship sailed for more than 60 years on the sea and preserved its original appearance after restoration. Now, you can board the “Dukling Spirit” and experience the legendary years of Hong Kong’s development from a simple fishing village to a commercial
・DukLing Harbour Cruise will not depart on the following dates:
– All Sunday 2:30 departures are cancelled starting 2019
– June 10, September 16, October 1, December 16, 25 – 26, 31, 2019
– The Dukling will undergo regular maintenance from April 8 to May 3, 2019, all departures will be cancelled during this time
・Free admission for children ages 3 and under, please inform us in the ‘Notes’ section while booking
・Child ticket: 3 – 11 years old
・If travellers wish to change their drop-off location into Central Ferry Pier 9 or Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 3, please inform the staff on-site in advance when boarding. Actual drop-off point will depend on the on-site condition
－ Important Info －
– Public Pier 3 Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon: 2:30pm / 3:30pm / 4:30pm/ 5:30pm / 6:30pm / 7:30pm* / 8:30pm/ 9:30pm#
– Pier 9 Central, Hong Kong: 2:45pm / 3:45pm / 4:45pm / 5:45pm / 6:45pm / 7:45pm* / 8:45pm/ 9:45pm#
* “A Symphony of Lights” will be available
# Only available on Friday and Saturday
・Duration: ~1 hr
Hop aboard a 1920s-style open top tram and embark on a fascinating sightseeing tour through genuine Hong Kong. During your amazing journey, you’ll encounter bustling streets, ultra-modern cityscapes and attractions. The tramway is a living, evolving connection between Hong Kong’s colourful history and modern culture. The TramOramic Tour is one of the top things to do in Hong Kong for anyone who’d love to get closer to the city.
Western Market Terminus: 308 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan
Causeway Bay Terminus: 88 Yee Wo St, Causeway Bay (outside Regal Hongkong Hotel)
3. Big Bus Tour
Board the open-top double-decker bus and experience a different Hong Kong!
Sitting in the open-top double-decker bus, you can enjoy the magnificent scenery of Hong Kong. The major bus routes cover major tourist attractions in Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The car is also equipped with electronic guides in ten languages to explain the cultural characteristics of different regions. As long as you have a valid ticket, you can get on or off at a designated attraction and experience a flexible and independent sightseeing experience.
The Big Bus Package includes three sightseeing routes including Hong Kong Island Tour (Red Line), Kowloon Tour (Blue Line) and Stanley Tour (Green Line). Hong Kong Island Tour is located along the north side of Hong Kong Island. The tourist hotspots include the International Finance Centre, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo Hoi Nam Food District. You can also enjoy the breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour. Kowloon travels through Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei and Tsim Sha Tsui. Famous tourist hotspots include Harbour City Shopping Centre, Langham Place, Temple Street and Jade Market. The Stanley Tour passes through the famous attractions in the Southern District of Hong Kong, including the Peak Tram Station (Central Garden Road), Hong Kong Ocean Park, Repulse Bay, Stanley and Aberdeen.
4. Hong Kong Sky100
Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is the highest indoor viewing platform in Hong Kong and the highest viewing platform in Kowloon. It is located on the 100th floor of the International Trade Plaza, 1 West Austin Road, West Kowloon. It covers an area of about 30,000 square feet. You can look around at a height of 393 meters above sea level, and you can look out over Macau at the farthest. The viewing platform equipment multimedia equipment and special exhibitions are held from time to time to let visitors know about Hong Kong’s development and customs.
5. Ngong Ping 360 + Tian Tan Buddha
Escape from the hustle of Hong Kong on this idyllic day tour. Ride on Ngong Ping 360 cable car to enjoy unobstructed views of the mountains, rolling hillsides, and the spectacular ocean.
Next, head to Ngong Ping Village, a culturally themed village designed with Chinese architecture. Glimpse the Big Buddha, and gold buddha statues at Po Lin Monastery. They are both major point of pilgrimage for Hong Kong Buddhists.
Move along to Tai O fishing village. Explore local culture and try freshly-caught fish and seafood. Ride a boat to admire charming views of stilt houses, and spot Chinese white dolphins along the way. Witness a breathtaking sunset casting an orange glow over the sea.
Head to Tai O Heritage Hotel, a UNESCO-listed site due to it being the earliest police station on the outlying islands of Hong Kong. Indulge in an authentic dinner while enjoying views of the serene woodland.
Go for a romantic stroll at Cheung Sha, Hong Kong’s longest beach. Marvel at the stars before you shop at Tung Chung. Book now for an unforgettable Lantau adventure!
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