MorningHarbour and Noon Day Gun Firing Cruise
Experiencethe magic of VictoriaHarbour at morning,with this leisurely harbour cruise on-board a Chinese-style tour boat. You’llbe able to watch the day begin to unfold as you are swept past some of HongKong's most famous Central landmarks, including Hong Kong Island’s tallestbuilding, ifctwo, the award-winning HongKong Convention and Exhibition Centre inWan Chai, and the Peoples Liberation Army Hong Kong headquarters (formerly theBritish Royal Naval Base). The tour then sails east to Shau Kei Wan TyphoonShelter where local fishermen moor their fishing boats before wrapping up withthe firing of the legendary NoonDay Gun at CausewayBay.
Afternoon WesternShoreline and Container Port Cruise
Step outside the bustle of Hong Kong’s streets for awhile andonto a Chinese-style tour boat for a leisurely harbour cruise. Sail around the harbour to take in the spectacular skyscrapers of Hong Kong Islandand Kowloon, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Headquarters (formerly theBritish Royal Naval Base), the HSBC Main Building, The Peak and more. Then, cruise around Hong Kong’s oldest typhoonshelter in Yau Ma Tei and past the Stonecutters Bridge – the second longestcable-stayed bridge in the world. Right nearby is the Kwai Chung ContainerPort, the world’s third largest container port.
Star Ferry's HarbourTour - Day Hopping Pass
Welcome aboard the fabulous double-decker ‘Shining Star’ ferry, a beautifulrecreation of the ferries of old that plied Victoria Harbour in the 1920s. Thistour makes the most of the world-famous Star Ferry [Link to Star Ferries inHighlight Attractions]experience, with the option to hop on and off at any ofthe Star Ferry piers throughout the day, which connect you with major shopping, dining andtourism districts of Hong Kong.
StarFerry's Harbour Tour: Single Ride Day Round Trip
Immerse yourself in the complete Star Ferry experience that has endured eversince its maiden voyage across Victoria Harbour in the late 1800s. This tourincludes a one-hour circular route of Hong Kong’s world-famous harbour thatstops at four Star Ferry piers.
Evening Harbour Cruise
Even locals can’t get enough of Hong Kong’s magnificent skyline at dusk. Itlooks incredibly serene as it’s cast in hues of orange and pink, yet continuesto bubble with action like recently popped champagne. This wonderful panoramais best experienced from the water on-board a Hong Kong evening harbour cruise.
Take in the best sunset views of Victoria Harbour you can get on-board aChinese-style tour boat, which glides past the Western district, Tsim Sha Tsui,Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter and the neon-lit entertainment district of WanChai. For those keen to wet their whistles at the same time, unlimitedcomplimentary drinks are also available.
StarFerry's Harbour Tour: Single Ride Night Round Trip
Sail back in time to 1920s Hong Kong on-board the beautiful double-decker‘Shining Star’ ferry, a recreation of the ferries that graced Victoria Harbourback in the Roaring Twenties. Let the evening sea breeze whisk your mind awayas you soak in the magnificent views.
Before you settle into dinner, set the pace for the night ahead with aleisurely sunset cruise past some of Hong Kong's most dramatic harbour vistas, before sailing to Lei YueMun on the eastern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula. All the while, sit back andsip unlimited complimentary drinks served on-board.
Pearlof Oriental Dinner Cruise
Whether it’s magnificent views, being on the water, social drinks, deliciousfood or live entertainment you seek, this tour packages all those gems into oneHong Kong experience worth treasuring. Hit the water at sunset to take acircular boat tour around the city’s most iconic sites, while you tuck into aninternational buffet dinner as a live band plays away.
ASymphony of Lights Harbour Cruise
ASymphony of Lights Dinner Cruise
If you witness nothing else duringyour stay, a cruise around Hong Kong’s beautiful harbour at night would more thanjustify your journey. On a tour that includes a sumptuous buffet dinner and alive band, discover a wonderland of dancing lights as buildings come alive inthe awe-inspiring multimedia show ASymphony of Lights.
ASymphony of Lights Harbour Cruise (by Watertours of Hong Kong Ltd.)
Set sail around the world’s most spectacular harbour and discover a new worldof dancing lights set to music in the dramatic show that has been named theworld's largest permanent light and sound show by Guinness World Records. Apartfrom the natural splendour of internal lighting, a number of buildings areembellished with computer-controlled neon lights with changing patternsaccording to the soundtrack and the season. And during Christmas and ChineseNew Year, theseimposing waterfront towers compete for attention with fantastic animateddecorations covering their entire frontages.
A Symphony of Lights Harbour Cruise (by Star Ferry's HarbourTour)
Step aboard the double-decker‘Shining Star’ ferry for the best position possible to witness the most spectacularharbour and multimedia show in the world. Buildings in Tsim Sha Tsui combinewith those on Hong Kong Island to present a stunning visual experience that isbest viewed from the harbour itself. At the stroke of 8pm these 44 buildingserupt in coloured lights, laser beams and searchlights to perform asynchronised 13-minute display set to music and commentary.
Thisopen-top bus tour takes you past Hong Kong’s most magnificent sights,accompanied by recorded commentary in ten The Hong KongIsland Tour (red route) spans the north of Hong Kong Island, looping along theharbour from Tin Hau to Sheung Wan
· TheKowloon Tour (blue route) travels through the centre of Kowloon, covering YauMa Tei, Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui
· TheStanley Tour (green route) seeks out popular sights on the south side of HongKong Island, including Aberdeen, OceanPark, Repulse Bay and StanleyMarket.
HongKong Island Tour
Thistour introduces you to many of Hong Kong’s most iconic visual features. Itsfirst stop is The Peak, which overlooks the city's spectacularskyline, Victoria Harbour, and the beautiful SouthChina Sea. You’ll then step aboard a sampan ride to explore Aberdeen for afascinating close-up gander at the local fishing community. The rusticlifestyles of these people have remained more or less untouched by modernity,which serves up a sharp contrast to the nearby luxury yachts. You’ll then moveon to enjoy the scenic coastal gems of Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay. The tour concludes at Stanley Market where you can hunt for abargain or simply relax within the charming seaside village.
Hong Kong's Famed and Famous
Thistour has it all: land, water and air for a complete Hong Kong experience. Fullyimmerse yourself in the buzz of Asia’s world city, where futuristic skyscrapersrub shoulders with colonial buildings and traditional Chinese temples.
Firstup, this tour will take you to the greatest view the city has to offer, ThePeak, via the delightful Peak Tram – afunky funicular railway that’s been in operation since 1888. From there, you’lljourney to RepulseBay to check out one of Hong Kong'smost popular beaches. Then, climb aboard a sampan boat for a closer look at thefamous Aberdeen typhoon shelters and theirold-world fishing community. Afterwards, drop into a nearby jewellery factorybefore tucking into a dimsum lunch at therenowned Jumbo Floating Restaurant. After lunch you’ll head to the stunning SikSik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple,which is a cultural gem of Hong Kong and a popular place of worship surroundedby fortune tellers. You’ll then finish up with a spectacular bird's-eye view ofHong Kong's world-famous skyline aboard a helicopter ride, which soars highabove the city to reveal its beautiful centrepiece – VictoriaHarbour.
Trail to the Hidden Oasis
Beyond the hills ofKowloon lie the New Territories. Much of the land in this green oasis remainsas it once was; rural and dotted with ancient villages, vegetable farms andheritage sites with towering residential buildings for neighbours.
This tour includes a visit to Chuk Lam Monastery, which is a Buddhist monasteryat the foot of Hong Kong's highest mountain, Tai Mo Shan. You’ll then head upto Tai Mo Shan lookout for sweeping views of the New Territories. The tour thencontinues to Shui Tau village and Shui Mei village, where clan-based villageculture in Hong Kong originated. Here is where you can learn a bit more aboutthe fascinating evolution of local rural life. You’ll also visit the Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden to soak in thetranquillity of the lush countryside before heading back into the hustle andbustle.