Hong Kong in Five
Named the Fragrant Harbour by the Chinese, Hong Kong reveals its incredible sights and culture the instant you're collected by your English-speaking guide. Travel the southern coastal section of Deepwater Bay and Repulse Bay before reaching Aberdeen Island to see the fishing junkets. Next is the typhoon shelter and the world's largest floating restaurant prior to shopping Stanley Market. Thereafter, you'll drive to Victoria Peak for stellar panoramic views before descending on the Peak Tram. This is an ideal tour for seeing a full range of fabulous Hong Kong.
Initially, you'll drive the lovely coastal areas toward Deepwater and Repulse Bay, the latter of which is popular among young romantic couples. Then, you'll reach Aberdeen Island. This former fishing village retains some authentic roots by offering boat rides on the traditional junkets (at your expense). However, it is now a busy business district featuring skyscrapers, the largest floating restaurant in the world, and the Typhoon Shelter, which houses boats during storms.
While there, visit a jewelry workshop to see why Hong Kong is famed in the trade. Afterward, head to Stanley Market. This legendary, open-air market is rumored to offer amazing bargains on everything from silk scarves to luggage to perfume and more.
Next, you'll drive a steep path to the famous Victoria Peak (1,800 feet above sea level), enjoying stunning panoramic views of the city, Kowloon Peninsula, and Victoria Harbour. Thereafter, you'll board the Peak Tram and ride the steel cable funicular railway as it descends to the city. The skyscrapers appear to bend at unreal angles as you pass them.
Reserve this exotic Hong Kong tour for a bevy of memorable experiences.
Please Note: This tour is for cruise passengers arriving at Ocean Terminal only. Please check with your cruise line to determine where your ship will be docking. This tour cannot accommodate passengers arriving at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.