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Trip to Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China
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Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

10 people




From the moment you land, Hong Kong invigorates. From downtown skyscrapers to rural farmland, this is a city with something for everyone. Take your pick of karaoke or world-class wining and dining in one day – it’s not unusual to have too many options. Hong Kong is a place where even the most relentless jetsetter will feel at peace in the energy of the metropolis. Luxury shopping, Michelin star restaurants, and world-famous nightlife make Hong Kong a must-see destination for any traveller who is looking to live life to its fullest.

Want to indulge as a tourist? Tourists are drawn by more than just shopping markets and amazing food here – be on the lookout for animal zoos that rival any zoo in North America – overlooked gems like Repulse Bay beach where you can get up close with scuba divers at night, or picturesque Tai Shan mountain home to Hong Kong’s Buddha of Compassion statue.

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  • Hong Kong Disneyland
  • Victoria Peak (The Peak)
  • Aberdeen Harbour
  • Tai O
  • Po Lin
  • Big Buddha
  • Man Mo Temple


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Hong Kong Disneyland
 Hong Kong Disneyland

Travel to Hong Kong Disneyland and explore Chinese culture mixed with the magic of Disney. The blend of these cultures sets it apart from its sister parks throughout the world and leaves guests excited with rides, entertainment, and restaurants that bring their favourite Disney characters to life.

Victoria Peak (The Peak)
Victoria Peak (The Peak)

Climb the stairs to the top of Victoria Peak and explore Hong Kong Island’s sweeping views—equally breathtaking day or night. Built over 150 years ago, this 1,810 ft-high (552-meter) mountain is ringed with lush trees and trails cutting through volcanic rock. Perhaps though instead you feel like soaking up the sun on one of its many serene hiking paths. Or maybe you’re more interested in exploring cascading waterfalls while getting pleasantly lost in a landscape that looks like it sprang from a picture book.

Aberdeen Harbour
Aberdeen Harbour

Aberdeen is by far one of the most charming parts of Hong Kong. Life here moves at a much more laid-back pace, but don't worry... with the countless eateries and bustling activity around Aberdeen Town Hall to keep you entertained, there's plenty this fishing village has to offer. The perfect opportunity awaits: hop onboard a replica pirate ship and indulge in delicacies from modern foodscapes and grilled rice balls alike!

Tai O
Tai O

Need a little adventure in your life? Remote and rugged, the fishing village is very different from Hong Kong island. Tai O has undeniable character: sunken stilt houses, seafood markets, and graded buildings that provide a fascinating insight into a Hong Kong of days past. Its tidy streets end at dark alleys where even more secrets lurk. Throw some ancient culture together with stellar Tex Tex Snacks - after all, everything tastes better with shrimp chips - and brace for an experience you won't soon forget.

Po Lin
Po Lin

Savour the solitude of the peaceful surroundings while marvelling at its grandiose architecture. Walk through this sprawling city of the past and see the perfectly executed woodcarvings, paintings, sandpaintings, ornaments, statues and brightly coloured lamps that create a magnificent pastiche beneath your feet.

Big Buddha
Big Buddha

Are you looking for adventure? Are you ready to take on an incredible challenge? Well, scratch that itch with this Hong Kong adventure! Your goal will be simple: find your way to the top of the iconic Big Buddha. What are you waiting for? Get your credit card out and give us a call. Let’s get your booking on its way.

Man Mo Temple
Man Mo Temple

Man Mo Temple is one of the oldest and most famous temples in Hong Kong, dedicated to Man Cheong, god of literature, and Mo Tai, god of war. Spend your day riding through man-made terrain to visit this serene temple at the crossroads between Buddhism and Taoism. When you arrive by car or ferryboat--yes they're both allowed!--you'll walk down a grand staircase flanked by two lions with traditional Chinese-style roofs lining the way. Said to be one of the Eight Buddhist Miracles for its architecture that married Eastern religion with Western design sensibilities, don't forget to toss some spare change into the box next to the stairs if fortune favours you today!


  • Specialized bilingual guide
  • Private Transport
  • Entrance fees (Cable and car and Moon Valley)
  • Box lunch water, banana apple and chocolate
  • Additional Services
  • Insurance
  • Drink
  • Tickets

Tour's Location

Hong Kong, China
from $625,00


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