Private Highlights of Hong Kong

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Shore Excursion Size ? Private
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 5 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable seasonal clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses, and walking shoes.
Restrictions Guests must be able to step in and out of the vehicle. A collapsible wheelchair can be accommodated on this tour.

Private Highlights of Hong Kong

As we travel the picturesque southern coastal areas of Repulse and Deepwater Bay, we arrive in Aberdeen, once a quiet fishing village, but now a bustling district where syscrapers overlook a community living on traditional junks. A discretionary ride on the sampan (water taxi) can be sorted out at your own costs. This is trailed by a visit to a gems studio for a behind-the-scene take a gander at the artistic work that has made Hong Kong the best in Asia.

Our next stop is the well known Stanley Market. This market in the curious town of Stanley on Hong Kong Island's south coast is a colossal hit with local people, expats and travelers for good explanation: its tremendous choice of brand-name clothing things (enormous sizes are accessible) and embellishments, gems, home decorations, trinkets, trimmings and Oriental odds and ends are sold at sensible costs in a beautiful warren of paths.

We go on with this outing and drive up to the popular Victoria Peak (554 meters above ocean level) where we can partake in a stunning all encompassing perspective on the city, Victoria Harbor, Kowloon Landmass and then some (if weather conditions permits).

A short time later we load up a Peak Tram - the city's memorable, funicular rail line beginning around 1888, for the plunge to the Lower Peak Tram in Central (previously known as Victoria City). This is a visual involvement with its own right as Hong Kong Island's high rises slide past your window at what seem, by all accounts, to be unimaginable points!