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Hong Kong: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour

1. Hong Kong: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour

Enjoy access to Hong Kong’s open-top sightseeing bus tour routes and see all of the city’s iconic landmarks and places at your own pace. Your pass allows you to hop on and off on 3 different sightseeing tour routes through Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Travel along the Hong Kong Island route, known as the Red Route, explore the Blue Route of Kowloon, and take the Green Route through Stanley. Take a complimentary Star Ferry ride and use a fast-track ticket to the Peak Tram.  Plan your day and visit the sites that you wish to see, from Victoria Harbor to Victoria Peak and glamorous shopping malls, where your complimentary rewards booklet, with substantial retail, leisure, and dining discounts, will come in handy. Choose between a classic ticket valid for 24 hours, a premium ticket extras, valid for 48 hours with a choice of a Peak Tram Sky Pass or sky100 entry ticket, and a deluxe ticket with additional extras, valid for 48 hours with a choice of a Peak Tram Sky Pass or sky100 entry ticket. Also includes a Sampan ride in Aberdeen, 1-hour Kowloon panoramic tour, and a 2.5-hour Central SoHo and Sheung Wan Walking Tour with local food and drink.

Hong Kong: Ladies Market & Temple Street Night Market Tour

2. Hong Kong: Ladies Market & Temple Street Night Market Tour

Join a 2-hour tour exploring the Ladies Market and Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon and learn the way to get the best shopping deals with your local guide. Stretching 1km in length, the Ladies Market, which is not only for ladies but also for men, is a fun market atmosphere with lots of colorful products and souvenirs. Witness different sub-cultures mixing together and ask your guide for tips on how to best bargaining and get big discounts. Next, continue to the Yau Ma Tei Fruit Market, where you can find interesting and delicious fruits from all over the world at great prices. Browse the stalls inside the historical building. End at the Temple Street Night Market, known to be Hong Kong's liveliest spot where you can find street vendors selling local goods. This market is travelers’ favorite due to its grassroots night culture and is a good place to purchase chinaware, souvenirs, antiques, and typical snacks and drinks.

Mong Kok (Kowloon) Street Markets Private Walking Tour

3. 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.

Kowloon: Private Night Markets & Street Food Experience

4. Kowloon: Private Night Markets & Street Food Experience

Meet your local host at your hotel or a convenient meeting point to be decided. Then begin your personalized adventure of one of Hong Kong's most vibrant neighborhoods. 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. Although you will see well-known streets and markets, your local host will also help you to discover the places, things, and stories that you won't find in a guidebook and that make the city unique. Begin the tour by getting a little lost, exploring the tiny shops and market stalls in little side streets and back alleys, as well as the most famous night markets in Mong Kok. Take the opportunity to shop for souvenirs and treasures to take home or just soak up the atmosphere. Then, head to Dundas Street and explore the gaai, or back alleys, where you'll find tiny bars selling drinks ranging from herbal medicines to beers. Eat your way around a traditional night markets where vendors sell all the classics like steamed crab, cheung fun (chewy rice noodles), siu mai (a street version of a steamed dim sum classic), and fried octopus tentacles. This is where you’ll find some of the best food in the city, all at a local price. Get some tips and tricks where you can continue the night as this is one of the best districts in the city to party. Your host will share local secrets with you, like where the locals go at 5 AM to eat fried squid balls after a night of partying, and where the best underground clubs are.

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What people are saying about Mong Kok

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 368 reviews

Best way to see Hong Kong

3 separate routes - the green line offered an amazing and unexpected little gem of a trip to the south side of HK Island - Repulse Bay and Stanley are totally different from mainstream HK. Quiet, beautiful locations, well worth the trip. The tram and panorama were good but on a cloudy day not particularly impressive. Good day’s tour and worth every penny.

The bus routes are well chosen. The 48-hour ticket is recommended: it includes many vouchers and 4 ferry trips per person. At almost all stops there is staff in the BigBus dress. Perfect if the hotel is near HongKong Central.

This sighseeing buses makes it easy to reach many of the popular sights! All of the 3 lines are great, but my favorite is the green line out to the magnificent Repulse Bay, Stanley and Aberdeen! Thumps up...

Very useful to see and to learn about the city of Hong Kong but unfortunately it was very fogy we couldn’t see anything with the train on top

Efficient and easy.

A positive experience from start to finish. It was easy to book and transfer across to tickets at the office.