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Hong Kong: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour (Optional Peak Tram)

1. Hong Kong: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour (Optional Peak Tram)

Enjoy a fascinating tour aboard Hong Kong’s open-top sightseeing bus and see the city’s iconic landmarks at your own pace. Explore 2 different bus routes with a 24-hour ticket, ride the Peak Tram funicular to the highest point in the city, and discover the Sky Terrace 428 viewing platform. Travel along the Hong Kong Island route to journey to fascinating modern architecture, historic colonial areas and traditional sites like Man Mo Temple. Or discover the Aberdeen & Stanley route to explore the lush southern bays of the island. This tour route includes one hour of free time at Stanley, where you can visit Stanley Market, Stanley Plaza, Murray House, Blake Pier, the promenade, main beach and more. Ride the historic Peak Tram to and from Victoria Peak. The Peak Tram is a funicular railway that carries tourists and residents to the highest point of Hong Kong Island. Arriving at the top, you'll discover magnificent panoramic views from the Sky Terrace 428, the highest 360° viewing platform in Hong Kong. You can also enjoy a variety of mountain-top walks, shopping, cafes and restaurants. Routes information:1) Hong Kong Island Tour (Red Route)• Central Star Ferry Pier 7 (near IFC, Star Ferry, Hong Kong Maritime Museum)• Mid-Levels Escalator• Man Mo Temple (near Cat Street, Dr Sun Yat-Sen Museum)• Causeway Bay - Sogo (near Time Square)• Park Lane Hotel (near Victoria Park, Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter)• Peak Tram Lower Terminus 2) Aberdeen & Stanley Tour (Green Route)• Central Star Ferry Pier 7 (near IFC, Star Ferry, Hong Kong Maritime Museum)• Peak Tram Lower Terminus• Repulse Bay• Stanley (near Stanley Market, Murray House)

Hong Kong: Panoramic Night Tour of Kowloon

2. Hong Kong: Panoramic Night Tour of Kowloon

Experience the vibrant energy of Hong Kong at night on a thrilling sightseeing tour by open-top bus! Get ready to be dazzled by the colorful spectacle of the city's illuminated skyscrapers and immerse yourself in the bustling heart of Kowloon. As you journey through the lively streets, you'll encounter chattering food hawkers, bustling night markets, and the pulsating energy of Nathan Road and Canton Road. Get ready to be swept away by the sights of Temple Street Night Market, where visitors can find a buzzing treasure trove of local delicacies and souvenirs. End the tour at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the city's skyline and the free public lightshow "A Symphony of Lights," which begins at 8:00pm every evening. Don't miss this chance to experience the best of Hong Kong by night!

Big Buddha: Walk with Skip-the-Line NP360 Cable Car

3. Big Buddha: Walk with Skip-the-Line NP360 Cable Car

This two-hour excursion takes you to Ngong Ping’s Buddhist monastery and related attractions. Appreciate the architecture, and become enlightened by listening to Buddhist stories and learning more about yourself. Start your tour at the Ngong Ping Cable Car at 13:00 and enjoy the vista of rolling greens, boundless blue sky and the vast ocean from the cable car cabin of Asia’s longest bi-cable ropeway. Kick off your journey to enlightenment with a bird’s eye view of the breathtaking panorama from all 360 degrees. Then, travel to the pedestal of the Big Buddha aboard a comfortable coach.  Visit the world renowned outdoor seated bronze Buddha statue at 13:50 and admire it's calmness. Measuring 30 square meters, the solemn face of the bronze Buddha statue was cast in a single piece. Visitors can appreciate the Buddha’s relic, the most sacred item of Buddhism, and worship the Buddha in the exhibition hall inside of the pedestal. Go to Wisdom Path, an arrangement of 38 giant wood columns measuring 8-10 meters tall and 1 meter wide to showcase calligraphic works by a master of Chinese studies Professor Jao Tsung-I. These wood columns are arranged in a “∞” pattern and the words are from a famous Buddhist classic called the Heart Sutra. The Wisdom Path symbolizes the profoundness and wisdom of Buddhist teaching. After this continue at the Grand Hall of Ten Thousand Buddhas, a five storey complex covering an area of more than 6,000 square metres. It comprises of the Main Shrine Hall of Buddha, a scripture library, an abbot’s chamber, a mediation hall, a permanent altar, an exhibition hall for Buddhist artefacts and a multi-functional hall. It is an important educational base for traditional culture, and a complex that combines Buddhist teaching, religious mediation, history, culture and tourism. Return to the Po Lin Monastery at 16:00 and enjoy refreshments and time to tour on your own. The excursion concludes with a return trip to Tung Chung on the cable car.

Hong Kong Street Food Feasting

4. Hong Kong Street Food Feasting

Join a local host who is a foodie just like you and wander through the Kowloon district or through the neighborhoods of Sheung Wan or Sham Shui, eating your way around the most delicious markets, local eateries and street food stalls together as well as discovering the incredible ingredients that go into these dishes. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them.  Get to know the local food culture - your local host will take you to spots where the locals go to buy a meal from street food vendors and choose 6 - 8 street foods like pork dumplings, roast goose, pineapple buns and glutinous rice pastries for you to try. Immerse yourself in the local food culture with a host who is as passionate about eating authentic, local cuisine as you are and discover markets and street foods together.  Spend time getting to know your local host, chat about your favorite cuisine and get some insider recommendations of the most authentic locals places to eat and drink on the rest of your trip, at places your local guide knows you will love. 

Hong Kong: Octopus Transportation Card (Airport Pickup)

5. Hong Kong: Octopus Transportation Card (Airport Pickup)

Looking to make the most of your trip to Hong Kong? Look no further than the Hong Kong Octopus card - the ultimate travel companion for hassle-free transportation and everyday purchases! This versatile stored-value electronic card is accepted on most public transport, as well as in convenience stores, fast food shops, supermarkets, vending machines, and more. With a deposit of HKD50 preloaded on your card and the ability to top up at thousands of stores throughout the city, the Octopus card perfectly accompanies your Hong Kong adventure. Plus, not only is the Octopus card incredibly convenient, it's also an ideal souvenir to remember your travels by. Keep it as a memory of your trip and reuse it when you return for more Hong Kong fun! Ready to experience hassle-free transportation and everyday purchases? Upon landing, pick up your Octopus card at Hong Kong International Airport and let the good times roll! Enhance your experience with a physical SIM card combo with 7-days unlimited HK data in the option. With the Airport Express Return tickets to/from Hong Kong or Kowloon Station as the optional add-on which you can choose in the cart and take you to town in 25 mins.

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Private Cabin with Skip-The-Line

6. Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Private Cabin with Skip-The-Line

The cable car journey begins from Tung Chung, crossing Tung Chung Bay to reach the angle station on Airport Island and turning about 60 degrees in the air towards North Lantau. With this ticket you will be able to enjoy comfort during the 5.7km bi-cable ropeway ride and admire spectacular views over Lantau Island, the airport, the seascape and Ngong Ping Village.  With queue-free ticketing and priority boarding service, you can enjoy the ride with convenience in exclusive privacy.  On your 25-mins cable car journey to the Big Budda/ Ngong Ping Village, you can see a breathtaking view of the Hong Kong International Airport and the landing or departing planes. Amazed by the longest sea-crossing bridge the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, which looks like a little white snake from above. Once at the top, make a visit to the Tian Tan Buddha - the tallest, outdoor statue of a seated Buddha. Visit the Ngong Ping Village that is also home to the Po Lin Monastery and the giant wooden steles of the Wisdom Path, giving you a lot to explore. Experience the 360-degree view of Ngong Ping Plateau and explore the themed Walking With Buddha attraction for free with this ticket. Standard Cabin The Standard Cabin cable car ride is the perfect start for your Hong Kong day tour.  Crystal Cabin Equipped with a glass bottom, the 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. The new perspective allows you to look at extraordinarily uncluttered scenery, including the majestic Tian Tan Buddha, as if you were flying. Crystal+ CabinThe "Crystal+" cabin offers a breathtaking panoramic view of Lantau Island, thanks to its fully transparent floor-to-ceiling glass. With over 80% of the cabin's interior offering an unobstructed view, guests can take in stunning vistas of the mountains and capture flawless panoramic shots from any angle.

Mong Kok (Kowloon) Street Markets Private Walking Tour

7. Mong Kok (Kowloon) Street Markets Private Walking Tour

Discover the vibrant Mong Kok markets of the Kowloon neighborhood in Hong Kong on a fully personalized tour. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. From the Goldfish Market to the Flower Market, the Ladies Market where you'll find fashion bargains to the more unusual Bird Market, tailor your experience to what you're interested in exploring. The choice of which markets to explore is yours. Experience the enchanting blend of contemporary culture and traditional roots, grab a bite to eat from a street food vendor, and pick up a bargain or 2 yourself. As you spend time getting to know your local host, they will recommend other markets to explore that they know you'll love, and share with you the spots where locals really go to do their shopping so you can get off the beaten path and explore the markets that most tourists miss.

Hong Kong: 3-Hour Lan Kwai Fong Pub Crawl

8. Hong Kong: 3-Hour Lan Kwai Fong Pub Crawl

Hit up some of the best nightlife spots in Hong Kong on a 3-hour night pub crawl through the city on a Friday or Saturday night. Follow your guides as you are led to 3 unique bars and 1 club. 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.

Hong Kong: Private Food Tour with 10 Tastings

9. Hong Kong: Private Food Tour with 10 Tastings

Eat your way through Hong Kong's culinary scene on a private food tour. Go on a delicious journey as you try 10 of the best food items beloved by the locals: from savory to sweet and local drinks; this tour leaves every foodie satisfied. Enjoy a bite of the ultimate classics like Dimsum and Pineapple buns and taste them in their authentic, local flavor. Each tasting is typical of the local cuisine and hand-picked by your local guide passionate about food.  Visit Central Escalator, Dried Food Street, and Slab Stone Street, plus other remarkable spots in between food stops, and learn about their history and cultural relevance from your knowledgeable guide. 

Hong Kong Island: Secret Food Tours in Tin Hau

10. Hong Kong Island: Secret Food Tours in Tin Hau

This tour takes you to Tin Hau area, situated at the heart of the city. Having a perfect contrast of busy city life with quiet neighborhoods, the area serves various kinds of local cuisines and is most popular for Beef brisket & Roasted goose dishes. During the three and a half hour tour, your Hong Kong gastronomy guide will take you and your family or friends to experience the local life with visits to temples, a traditional paper shop and old market stores where you can broaden your horizons with unimaginable surprises. You will find yourself in love with the city, and an activity definitely ticked from your bucket list. Be sure to start with a huge appetite, as you will get to devour a full range of food delights that include Hong Kong renowned Beef brisket with soup & rice noodle, Shanghai pan-fried mini pork bun, Roasted Goose with rice & plum sauce, and seasonal fruits (Ginseng fruit; Wax apple, etc). Also included are local beloved sweets and drinks from a traditional Tea & Milk House, Dim Sum from a local Chinese restaurant, and the Delicious Mystery Secret Dish.

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What people are saying about Hong Kong

We are 4 adults who went on a good tour in Hong Kong hosted by Mark. Mark kept in touch with me prior to the trip, and gave us options to think about. We met Mark at 10:00 am so he took us to a place where we had Hong Kong French toast and a wonderful bun with butter (doesn’t sound too exciting but both dishes were delicious and something we had never tried before. Then we had some street food which was fish balls and octopus. The fish balls weren’t our favorite food but the octopus was yummy. Then we were off to dim sum and another taste feast. Finally we went out for bubble tea which was another first for us. Thank you Mark for a memorable day in Hong Kong. Mark was fun and entertaining. He kept us smiling and laughing the whole way. I highly recommend Mark and this food tour.

What a fantastic time. I booked on a different tour, which cancelled due to low numbers, but when I rebooked on this one I was pleasantly surprised that I was the only person on the tour. Sandy, my guide, was lovely. Full of conversations and explaining everything and everywhere that I went. Encouraging me to try new and exotic dishes (Chicken foot soup). Helping me understand how things are made, where items are imported from and even allowed me venture into a kitchen, and behind the scenes of a live market. All really interesting and would thoroughly recommend this.

Well worth the cost, I’d pay the money just for the views… perfectly clear day, could see the whole bay and beyond, the food was also excellent, the veggie option which I had was tasty and an excellent coffee

This is a mentally stimulating tour and a deep dive into the minds of locals. I went back and strongly recommended the tour to all my family members.

Great deal for its price, ease of redeeming tickets and swift entrance into the park.