Private Deluxe Tour of Hong Kong

From $95.00/person to $1,095.00/person (Select "Individuals" below) Price varies based on number of individuals in your group
Vehicles available for this tour accommodate groups of up to 5, 23, or 45 passengers maximum. Groups with more than 30 guests may be accommodated upon request. Please take this information into consideration when booking.
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Shore Excursion Size ? Private
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 7 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? A taxi (approximately 95 HKD each way, not included) is required to reach your departure location.
Food/Beverage Provided Dim Sum Set Lunch
Recommended Dress Comfortable seasonal clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses, and hat. Rain protection if necessary. Camera for photos.
Restrictions Must be able to get in and our of the vehicle. Collapsible wheelchair is okay.

Private Deluxe Tour of Hong Kong

Hong Kong might be the most cosmopolitan city in Asia. You will have the chance to shape your viewpoint once your guide welcomes you for this private experience. Partake in your own aide and vehicle. First, you'll visit the beautiful Man Mo Temple prior to climbing the Peak Tram on the way to Victoria Peak for fantastic harbor scenery. From there, the Aberdeen Fishing Town and Typhoon Shelter are visited before partaking a Dim Sum lunch . This diverse tour is ideal for explorers who need to see Hong Kong's landmarks and taste its flavors.

Named the Fragrant Harbour, Hong Kong reveals its beauty once you meet your English-speaking guide and set out on your way. Our comfortable vehicle takes you to the Lower Peak Tram terminus in the Central District where you will board a Peak Tram - the city's historic, funicular railway since 1888, for the ascent to Victoria Peak. This is a visual experience in its own right as Hong Kong Island's skyscrapers slide past your window at what appears to be impossible angles. Once atop Victoria Peak, you will have a bird's eye view of the entire city known for its spectacular skyline and deep harbor.

Next, you'll take a visit to Man (Literature) Mo (War) Temple followed by an unforgettable ride on the Peak Tram en-route to Victoria Peak. Steel cables pull the tram 1,223 feet. Pass buildings that may appear to be leaning as you approach the Sky Terrace 428 (highest viewing platform in Hong Kong) atop Victoria Peak. The Kowloon peninsula, Victoria Harbour, and skyscrapers are all seen, just as if they were on a postcard.

Thereafter, you'll visit nearby Aberdeen - a once quiet fishing village, but now a bustling district where modernity meets tradition with skyscrapers overlooking a community living on traditional junks. The typhoon shelter is also a popular seafood dining spot and home to one of the world's largest floating restaurants. An optional ride on the sampan (water taxi) can be arranged at your own expense (HK$60 per pax).

You will also have an opportunity to have a dim sum lunch at the Jumbo Kingdom. This iconic restaurant has served the likes of Queen Elizabeth II and Tom Cruise and is a staple in Hong Kong cuisine.

Dim Sum Lunch at a nearby restaurant. Dim Sum is a conventional Chinese feast comprised of little plates of dumplings and other bite dishes and is generally joined by fragrant Chinese tea.

Finally visit Stanley Market - one of the most well known "Shoppers Paradise" where you can find a wide assortment of reasonable trinkets like silk, pieces of clothing, active apparel, Chinese works of art and embellishments.