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  • Hong Kong: Symphony of Lights Chinese Cruise Tour with Drink

    1. Hong Kong: Symphony of Lights Chinese Cruise Tour with Drink

    Experience Hong Kong's stunning skyline lit up by the famed Symphony of Lights show aboard one of the city's most iconic traditional Chinese junk boat! Relax in style on a comfy lounge bed, enjoy a complimentary drink and soak up the sights and sounds of Hong Kong's fantastic night scene. The show involves more than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbor. Named the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records, colored lights, laser beams and searchlights perform in an unforgettable all-round spectacle synchronized to music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong Kong. There are five main themes: Awakening, Energy, Heritage, Partnership, and the finale Celebration.

    If you want to get the best seats make sure you get on at the Tsim Sha Tsui side. Sit somewhere that you can see both sides of the water. My son and I had a great time and the photo opportunities were fabulous.

  • Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory ticket and Dining Package

    2. Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory ticket and Dining Package

    The Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. At 393 meters above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the city and its famous Victoria Harbour. Connected to major transportation networks and a world-class shopping mall, it has been acclaimed as a must-see first stop for tourists to Hong Kong. It also features exceptionally quick double-decker high-speed elevators which reach the 100th floor in just 60-seconds. Beyond the splendid Hong Kong city panoramic view and magical scenery, Sky100 is also home to a large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit and a comprehensive guest center. Offering fascinating insights into local history and culture, the state-of-the-art exhibit enriches visitors with a thorough understanding of Hong Kong. Se...

    Great views of Hong Kong. Enjoyed our light lunch. It was quiet on the day we went.

  • Hong Kong: Geopark Kayaking Adventure

    3. Hong Kong: Geopark Kayaking Adventure

    Meet your group and guide at the Hang Hau MTR Station around 9:00AM. From there you can get ready for your 8-hour kayaking adventure as you follow your guide to Sai Kung ferry Pier before taking a 20-minute ride to the Sai Kung Country Park. Once there you'll begin at Pak Lap Wan Beach where your kayak and equipment will be waiting for you, before hopping into your kayak and paddling out into the water with instructions from your guide. See awesome rock formations and dramatic seas arches, and maneuver your way through some cool sea caves. You might even spot some coral beds and sea life as your cruise. After paddling for a while, take a break on Long Ke Wan Beach, which is known as one of the most beautiful beaches of Hong Kong. Depending on weather conditions and the group/individual's ability, you might be able to explore different areas of the park. With abundant sea life, scattere...

  • Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory Entry Ticket Only

    4. Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory Entry Ticket Only

    The Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. At 393 meters above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the city and its famous Victoria Harbour. Connected to major transportation networks and a world-class shopping mall, it has been acclaimed as a must-see first stop for tourists to Hong Kong. It also features exceptionally quick double-decker high-speed elevators which reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds. Beyond the splendid Hong Kong city panoramic view and magical scenery, Sky100 is also home to a large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit and a comprehensive guest center. Offering fascinating insights into local history and culture, the state-of-the-art exhibit enriches visitors with a thorough understanding of Hong Kong.

  • Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory with Wine & Beverage Packages

    5. Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory with Wine & Beverage Packages

    The Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. At  1290 feet (393m) above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the city and its famous Victoria Harbour. Connected to major transportation networks and a world-class shopping mall, it has been acclaimed as a must-see first stop for tourists to Hong Kong. It also features exceptionally quick double-decker high-speed elevators which reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds. Beyond the splendid Hong Kong city panoramic view and magical scenery, Sky100 is also home to a large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit and a comprehensive guest center. Offering fascinating insights into local history and culture, the state-of-the-art exhibit enriches visitors with a thorough understanding of Hong ...

  • Hong Kong: Plover Cove Bicycling and Hiking Adventure

    6. Hong Kong: Plover Cove Bicycling and Hiking Adventure

    Combine two of the greatest ways to explore Hong Kong's wild places on an action-packed adventure. Starting in Tai Mei Tuk, you will cycle around the beautiful Plover Cove region before venturing up its highlands on foot in search of lush forrest landscapes and secret waterfalls. Half way through the cycling, you'll lock up the bicycles and take to the footpaths to hike through the highland forests, where hidden waterfalls cascade through the natural landscape. Throughout your experience you can watch the treetops for native bird life and enjoy the feeling of being close to nature in Hong Kong.

  • From Hong Kong City: The Dragon's Back Hiking Tour

    7. From Hong Kong City: The Dragon's Back Hiking Tour

    Discover Hong Kong's spectacular urban nature on this guided hike. Meet your guide and the rest of your group at Shau Kei Wan MTR station and head to the trailhead. You'll be in a small group in order to guarantee a personalized experience. This tour is perfect at any time of year and in most weather conditions. Navigating the undulating ridge that gives this classic hike its name, climb gently skyward across tree-lined trails and winding mountain paths. Discover the history and background behind the region from your guide. As you slowly mount the trail, be rewarded with sensational bird’s-eye views of Hong Kong island, including the famous Dragon’s Back itself as seen from up above. From there, descend down to the white sands and turquoise waters of Tai Long Wan (Big Wave Bay). Enjoy free time to relax on the beach, grab lunch nearby, or don a swimsuit and hop into the water before he...

  • Hong Kong: Ma On Shan Climbing Adventure

    8. Hong Kong: Ma On Shan Climbing Adventure

    After meeting with your group and guide at Heng On MTR, you will depart in the late morning to begin your experience. Most people prefer to take advantage of this outdoor excursion in the autumn or winter months, because of the cooler weather. Throughout your tour, listen to your guide’s safety rules before you set off, making sure to follow them each step of the adventure. There will also be time to bring along a hands-free camera or video camera if you have one. You'll begin your climb up Ma On Shan Mountain, eventually making your way up its twin peaks. Once there, navigate through a ridge walk with your group before descending down to the town of Sai Kung. Your journey later ends in Sai Kung, where you can decide what to do with your time afterwards.

Hong Kong is Asia's financial capital, and one of the most important financial centers in the world. It has a variety of activities and sights to offer tourists. Fans of nature, shopping, history, and culture can all find what they are seeking in Hong Kong.

Within the city of Hong Kong, tourists can take a hike on the trail known as the Dragon's Back Trail. The trail begins in the bustling market area of the city, and then takes hikers through bamboo forests and rolling hills. The trail leads to a park from which hikers can see the sea and the islands populating the landscape. This is a truly unforgettable excursion.

A walking tour of the Kowloon Market is a thrilling experience. Tourists can see Hong Kong's Flower Market, the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, the Ladies Market, the Goldfish Market, and the Fa Yeun Street Market. It is possible for tourists to purchase flowers, bonsai trees, clothing, food, tropical fish, knickknacks, and accessories from these markets. Tourists will also be able to see the famous Tin Hau temple and Banyan Tree Park.

A tour through the city of Hong Kong can reveal the great history and architecture of this area. Tourists can see the influence of feng shui on the city's design. The tour includes Statue Square, St. John's Anglican Cathedral, the Legislative Council, and the city's inner business region.

Tourists who want to explore the area around Hong Kong can also take advantage of tours that will allow them to see the island, the bay, and Victoria Peak. Personal leisure time and a tour guide are included in this excursion.

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