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

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

Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime with the Hong Kong Hop-on Hop-off Tour! Hop on an open-top double decker Big Bus and relax as you take in stunning views of the city. With insightful audio commentary available in 10 languages, you'll learn about the fascinating history and daily life of Hong Kong, from its unique colonial past to its vibrant modern culture. On the Hong Kong Island Tour, you can see some of the most iconic sights and landmarks that Hong Kong has to offer, from towering skyscrapers to historic temples. Buses arrive regularly, so you can take in the city on a full loop, or easily hop off and explore as you please. Shop in Causeway Bay, admire the stunning skyline in Central, and discover the bustling atmosphere of Lan Kwai Fong. The Stanley Tour takes you to the best parts of Hong Kong's countryside. Journey to the southern bays of Hong Kong Island and marvel at the luxurious beaches. Catch a glimpse of the famous Murray House, a Victorian-era building once used as the barracks of the British Forces. Discover a side of Hong Kong that many tourists miss. No trip to Hong Kong is complete without a ride on the famous Star Ferry, crossing Victoria Harbour between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. And for the ultimate Hong Kong experience, take a trip on the Peak Tram which runs from the Central district of Hong Kong Island to Victoria Peak via the Mid-Levels. Arriving at the top, you'll discover magnificent panoramic views from the Sky Terrace 428, the highest 360° viewing platform in Hong Kong. All of this is included in your tour, depending on the ticket option you select. 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) 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) Departure Times and Frequency Hong Kong Island Tour: 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:00 Stanley Tour: 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30, 16:30 Frequency: Hourly departure

Hong Kong: The Dark Side of the City Walking Tour

2. Hong Kong: The Dark Side of the City Walking Tour

While Hong Kong is known as a thriving international finance center, visitors are often only shown the bright side of the city, with popular attractions like The Peak, Victoria Harbour, and Big Buddha taking center stage. But what about the 1.5 million people living in poverty, making Hong Kong one of the most unequal places on earth? Our tour delves into the heart of Hong Kong’s capitalist system, giving you a first-hand look at the grim reality many of its citizens face. You’ll visit a subdivided unit in one of the city’s poorest districts, providing a stark contrast to the economic prosperity that seems so abundant. Join us on a journey to see Hong Kong in a more realistic light and gain a deeper understanding of the true stories of its people. Sign up now for a thought-provoking and eye-opening tour. Tour Highlights: Local Wet Markets – Visit the Fish Market, Flower Market and Birds Market – Discover how these traditional markets organized themselves in Hong Kong’s Capitalism system and survive under high estate price Hong Kong’s Wealth Disparities – Take a brief introduction of Hong Kong’s Capitalistic system, see how citizens compete with high living cost Housing Crisis – Visiting a subdivided unit, how does a Hong Kong family of 4 live in a apartment with only 100 sq. ft. Major Sites: – Goldfish Market: How the cost of rent on this district becoming so high for public to afford. – Flower Market: Under all the major industries include finance and trading, how and why does flower market still exists? – Bird Market: Bird flu is a concern in Hong Kong for its impact on public health. What’s the future of this traditional market and what are the measures to prevent the spread of the disease. – Boundary Street Sports Centre: Hong Kong has one of the least affordable housing markets in the world. Is it a unsolveable issue under the high property prices and limited available space? – Portland Street: From tenement houses to skyscrapers, how Hong Kong maintain it’s significant low tax rate by land sale? – Cedar Street: Visiting a subdivided unit in Prince Edward, offer a glimpse into the reality of the city’s housing crisis.

Hong Kong: Private Tour with a Local Guide

3. Hong Kong: Private Tour with a Local Guide

Your expert local city guide will show you the city's best parts, including many hidden secrets you can’t find easily on your own. On this walking tour will be able to see a lot of sightseeing points within a short timeframe. Apart from explaining the sightseeing points your guide can provide insight into the history and culture of the city and the special administrative region in general. The focus of this tour is to see the city like a local. However, this private tour can be customised according to your wishes. Sightseeing points to visit can be agreed upon in advance or discussed when meeting up. STANDARD sightseeing places we can easily visit during the tour are: - Central to Causeway Bay: The CBD of Hong Kong, a densely built-up area with many skyscrapers - Mong Kok: bustling downtown district with famous markets such as Ladies Market and Goldfish Market. - Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower: Historic clock tower, built in 1915 and part of the sadly demolished Kowloon-Canton Railway terminus, is one of the most famous buildings. - Avenue of Stars: Avenue of Stars pays tribute Hong Kong's movie stars who have helped burnish Hong Kong’s cinematic legacy. - Kowloon Park: Slip away from Tsim Sha Tsui’s shopping mecca into the tranquil Kowloon Park. - Star Ferry: The Star Ferry is the swiftest and cheapest way to travel between Tsim Sha Tsui and Central or Wan Chai. You will get some truly spectacular views of Hong Kong’s skyline. - Victoria Peak: Fantastic views over the city and you can take the historic Peak Tram. - Lan Kwai Fong: The famous party district with a myriad of restaurants and bars. Some examples of HIDDEN SECRETS we can visit: - Shek O beach: one of the nicest beaches - Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens: An actual oasis within Hong Kong’s urban jungle. - Man Mo temple: Man Mo Temple is a mid-nineteenth-century historical building and a declared monument. - Nan Lian Garden: This public park is so leafy and peaceful it looks like an illustration from the Tang Dynasty. - Tai Kwun: Tai Kwun is a massive independent art space in the heart of Central and one of our city's biggest creative hubs. - PMQ: The transformation of the former Police Married Quarters into a centre for all things creative and design-based is one of the largest, most ambitious conservation projects in Hong Kong. An exciting mix of creative enterprises can be found at PMQ. - Hong Kong Wetland Park: This wetland reserve is home to a diverse range of wetland plants and animals, from mangroves to rare species of birds. - Kadoorie Farm and Botanical Garden: The farm was originally established to aid poor farmers in the New Territories but has since morphed into a nature conservation centre. Please note that it is not guaranteed to visit all the sightseeing places listed here. How many places you can visit depends on the length of the tour booked and how much time you spend at each place. After booking you can discuss the detailed itinerary with your guide.

Hong Kong: Peak Tram and Sky Terrace 428 Pass

4. Hong Kong: Peak Tram and Sky Terrace 428 Pass

Secure your one-way or roundtrip pass and experience riding the Hong Kong Peak Tram, one of the world's oldest and most famous funicular railways, rising to an altitude of 396 meters above sea level. Observe the unique illusion of buildings seemingly leaning as you traverse the tram's steep ascent. Upon reaching the summit of Victoria Peak, visit Sky Terrace 428, the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong. From this elevated vantage point, delight in panoramic vistas of the cityscape and harbor, including towering skyscrapers and picturesque landscapes. Appreciate the beauty of Hong Kong from every angle by taking advantage of its open-air, 360 design. Finally, re-board the tram if you booked a roundtrip pass or hail a taxi or bus to make your way back down.

Hong Kong: Peak Tram ride, Dim Sum Tasting & City Highlights

5. Hong Kong: Peak Tram ride, Dim Sum Tasting & City Highlights

Embark on a journey through the history and development of Hong Kong on a guided tour. Learn about its evolution from a small fishing village to a vibrant, cosmopolitan city. After meeting your guide, begin your adventure with a ride on the Peak Tram. Listen to the history of the Peak and visit the Lion's Point View Pavilion with your guide. Continue to the Old Town Central and enjoy a guided walking tour to explore Pottinger Street, the Central Escalator, Tai Kwun, Hollywood Road, Lascar Row, and Man Mo Temple. A special guided tour have been arranged (April to June only) to visit "A Path to Glory — Jin Yong’s Centennial Memorial" A literary giant in Chinese literature, offers an immersive experience with multilingual audio guides and augmented reality technology. Highlights also include recreated scenes and iconic costume designs from the novels. Conclude your tour on a high note by enjoying a dim sum tasting at the Michelin-awarded Tim Ho Wan restaurant.

Hong Kong: Tai O, Ngong Ping 360, & Big Buddha Heritage Tour

6. Hong Kong: Tai O, Ngong Ping 360, & Big Buddha Heritage Tour

Start your Tai O Excursion from Tung Chung by boarding the spectacular Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car, one of the best cable car experiences in the world. On your way to Ngong Ping Village next to Tian Tan Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, amazed by an unblocked view of the Hong Kong International Airport and flights landing and departing. You can also admire the longest bridge in the world - HKZM Bridge and its Hong Kong's end. Enjoy an air-conditioned sightseeing coach transfer to Tai O fishing village, where you will step into a traditional authentic stilt house. Your guide will walk you through the ingenious setup of these one-of-a-kind buildings and explain how space is optimized for comfort and practicability. Take a boat ride at Tai O and explore the tranquil life of Hong Kong’s oldest fishing village. Enjoy the charming views of stilt houses built along the banks of Tai O’s waterways and observe the General’s Rock from a close distance. You may even see a Chinese white dolphin along the way! Dig into the wide variety of local delicacies like sugar donuts, giant fish balls and sweet tofu to round up your excursion. Enjoy free time for shopping in the fishing village. Ride back to Ngong Ping, a culturally themed village designed and landscaped with Chinese architectural features. Visit the Big Buddha, the world’s second-largest outdoor bronze Buddha statue. See one of the major point of pilgrimage for Hong Kong Buddhists - Po Lin monastery. Enjoy the rest of the time at Ngong Ping Piazza. You can add-on the discounted tickets to Motion 360 (a immerse 4D experience), Art of Chocolate Museum to admire some chocolate artwork or add the meal voucher to enhance your experience. Upgrade your experience with a crystal cabin with a glass bottom which you can see the ocean and trail during your cable car journey. Flexibility for an intimate and flexible private tour or affordable group tour.

Hong Kong: Go City Explorer Pass - Choose 4 to 7 Attractions

7. Hong Kong: Go City Explorer Pass - Choose 4 to 7 Attractions

Looking to see the best of Hong Kong AND save money whilst you're exploring? The Go City Explorer Pass gives you access to 4 to 7 activities for one low price and includes everything you'll want to do, see, and experience. It's valid for 60 days from first use, so you can go at your own pace too. With more than 20+ attractions, tours, activities, and experiences to choose from, there're loads of options you can pick and choose from. From the historic and cultural to the fun and modern, there's something for everyone. Once purchased, your Explorer Pass is delivered instantly — simply download it to your phone or sync with the Go City app for the best experience. You'll find a handy city guide, attraction information and reservation instructions where necessary. The attractions you can choose from include: • Hong Kong Disneyland 1-day ticket • Ngong Ping 360: Cable Car & Ngong Ping Village Experiences • Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour – Discover Ticket • Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck • Noah's Ark • M+ Museum General Admission Ticket • Aberdeen 1773 Fishing Heritage: Sampan and Houseboat Audio Tour • Hong Kong Maritime Museum • Peak Tram Special Combo (Peak Tram & Sky Terrace 428) • Big Bus Night Tour • Monopoly Dreams • Beginners’ Chinese Ink Painting Class • Chinese Tea Appreciation Workshop • Dark Side of Hong Kong Walking Tour • Macau Tower Observation Deck • Lan Kwai Fong Pub Crawl • Dim Sum Set Menu at Serenade Chinese Restaurant And more! Some tours and activities require advance reservation - check the Go City app or digital PDF guide for instructions. You can only book your 1-day ticket to Hong Kong Disneyland on the day you wish to visit. Follow instructions on the Go City app to place your reservation. *Savings based on itineraries on the Go City website.

Hong Kong: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 20+ Attractions

8. Hong Kong: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 20+ Attractions

Go City's digital All-Inclusive Pass gets you cash-free entry to Hong Kong's top sightseeing spots over 2 to 7 days. Choose from 20+ attractions, tours and experiences including an exhilarating day out at Ocean Park, a sampan boat tour of historic Aberdeen Fishing Village, a must-do Peak Tram ride up to Victoria Peak, a hop-on hop-off city tour with Big Bus Tours and much more! Buy your pass today and know that your sightseeing is covered - there's nothing further to pay at the attractions. Your pass is activated when it's first scanned and then you have 14 days to use up the number of days your pass is valid for. Included attractions and tours: • Ocean Park Hong Kong • Ngong Ping 360: Cable Car & Ngong Ping Village Experiences • Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour – Discover Ticket • Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck • M+ Museum • Noah's Ark • Aberdeen 1773 Fishing Heritage: Sampan and Houseboat Audio Tour • Hong Kong Maritime Museum • Peak Tram Special Combo (Peak Tram & Sky Terrace 428) • Big Bus Night Tour • Hong Kong Heritage and History Tour • Beginners’ Chinese Ink Painting Class • Dark Side of Hong Kong Walking Tour • Macau Tower Observation Deck • Lan Kwai Fong Pub Crawl • Dim Sum Set Menu at Serenade Chinese Restaurant and more! Attractions and tours are subject to change. Check the digital guide or Go City app for up-to-date attraction information including opening times and instructions on how to access each attraction with your pass. * Savings based on itineraries on Go City website.

MONOPOLY DREAMS™: Admission Ticket

9. MONOPOLY DREAMS™: Admission Ticket

Discover MONOPOLY DREAMS™, the world's first MONOPOLY-themed attraction. Live a day in Mr. MONOPOLY’s world and go inside his secret residence, where you’ll find holograms, 4DX technology designed from the classic board game, and much more. This attraction brings the renowned board game to life, allowing you to uncover the secrets of Mr. MONOPOLY by exploring his personal residence. The game's classic elements like the Bank, Water Works, Electric Company, Train Station, Title Deeds, Chance Card, will be presented to visitors through advanced and interactive technology, including a 4DX theater, which offers Mr. MONOPOLY fans a glimpse into his luxurious lifestyle and his adventure to safeguard his valuable treasure. Find limited-edition MONOPOLY sets and souvenirs and enjoy delicious snacks when you enhance your experience with the combo options.

Hong Kong: Self-Guided Audio Tour

10. Hong Kong: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the captivating and dynamic city of Hong Kong, where East meets West in a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity. Embark on a unique and immersive journey through the bustling streets, historical landmarks, and vibrant neighborhoods with our Hong Kong Self-Guided Audio Tour. This audio tour is designed to be your personal companion, offering insightful commentary and interesting anecdotes that will enrich your exploration of this fascinating metropolis. As you navigate the diverse districts of Hong Kong, our audio tour will provide you with a wealth of information about the city's rich history, cultural heritage, and the rapid development that has shaped its skyline. Discover the fusion of ancient traditions and contemporary influences as you stroll through the narrow alleyways of old districts or marvel at the cutting-edge architecture of the financial hub. The tour is carefully curated to highlight key points of interest, including iconic landmarks like Victoria Peak, the historic Star Ferry, and the bustling markets of Mong Kok. You'll gain a deeper understanding of Hong Kong's unique identity as a Special Administrative Region, experiencing its multicultural ambiance through the narratives of locals and experts alike. With the flexibility of a self-guided tour, you have the freedom to explore at your own pace, lingering at places that captivate your interest or moving swiftly through areas that beckon your curiosity. The audio guide provides clear directions, ensuring that you won't miss any hidden gems or must-see attractions along the way. Learn more about the top 15 tourist attractions in Hong Kong. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central location then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Victoria Harbour 2. Kowloon Park 3. Avenue of Stars 4. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade 5. Causeway Bay and Victoria Park 6. Hong Kong Park, 7. The Peak Tram 8. Victoria Peak 9. Nan Lian Garden 10. Chi Lin Nunnery 11. Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 12. Hong Kong Disneyland 13. Po Lin Monastery 14. Tian Tan Buddha 15. Ngong Ping 360 Whether you're a first-time visitor eager to absorb the city's vibrant energy or a seasoned traveler looking to delve deeper into Hong Kong's intricacies, our Self-Guided Audio Tour offers an enriching and convenient way to experience the essence of this captivating destination. So, put on your headphones, hit play, and let the stories of Hong Kong unfold as you embark on a self-guided adventure through its enchanting streets and iconic landmarks.

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We loved the tour so much! Summer was an amazing story teller, and she was very organized and prepared with a compelling story and visuals about her home town. She did an excellent job helping us to understand more about this city, and it was so informative and educational. We brought our 11 and 13 year old children with us, and it was a valuable learning experience for them. I highly recommend it!

Redeeming the voucher was problem-free. The trip itself was varied and very informative because historical context was also well explained. We were also very pleased with the clean, clear German. Please note that the ticket only includes one ferry journey, so another one must be purchased for the return journey. But it is very cheap

Buying the tickets in advance was definitely an advantage because we were able to walk past about 50 people waiting. The cable car itself and the sky terrace above are worth it, and the visibility got better and better. We recommend

Jenny was the perfect driver to get to know Hong Kong. She was able to help us in all matters to get to know the essential highlights in a short time. Very recommendable

It was great to get a taste of Hong Kong in a short amount of time.