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Hong Kong: City Tour with Self-guided Audio Tour App

1. Hong Kong: City Tour with Self-guided Audio Tour App

Tour the wonderful history and sites of Hong Kong at your own pace with an guided tour that you can download to your phone.  Download the app and let your self-guided audio tour take you on a fascinating cultural quest. Take your tour in your pocket, and let the rich information from the guide give you a deeper understanding of the city.  Discover all you need to know about sites like Hong Kong Park, the Tai-Kwun- Centre for Heritage and Arts, and the Tower of the Winds. Admire Man Mo Temple, the Ladder Street, and the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator without a live guide dictating how much time you spend at each site.  Access content offline, so you don't have to worry about using all your data.

Hong Kong: Aberdeen Audio-Guided Tour and Houseboat Visit

2. Hong Kong: Aberdeen Audio-Guided Tour and Houseboat Visit

On this journey, you’ll be taken to landmarks that embody each era of the floating village in Aberdeen Harbor. Dive deeper into the harbor’s history with expert commentary provided by audio guide. Be transported through the area’s past and present, to experience the way of life of local fishermen. Glide through the harbor on a sampan boat. Visit a replica of a traditional houseboat to experience what it was like to live on water. See fishermen traversing the waters, hear the waves crashing against the sides of the houseboat, and taste the salty air on your tongue with this one-of-a-kind trip. Select the lunch option to enjoy a local dish of noodles onboard the traditional boat, before returning to shore.

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4.2 / 5

based on 307 reviews

Highly recommended to tourists and Hong Kong locals. This is a great chance for learning more about the other side of Hong Kong. The history and culture of fishermen are extremely interesting. The price is affordable and the meeting point is really close to the MTR station.