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Hong Kong TramOramic Sightseeing Tour plus 2-Day Tramways Ticket
"Your 1-hour Hong Kong sightseeing tour begins at one of two starting points—Western Market Terminus or Causeway Bay Terminus depending on the departure time of your selected tour. Hop aboard your vintage double-decker open-top tram for a journey past Hong Kong Island sights like Macau Ferry Pier Man Wa Lane Tak Wing Pawnshop and Statue Square. See landmarks like the Supreme Court Bank of China building
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Big Bus Hong Kong Open-Top Night Tour
"Start your 1-hour big bus night tour of Kowloon from Central Ferry Pier 7 or Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade. Take a seat on the double-decker bus which provides open-top panoramic views and listen to audio commentary on all the sights you’ll see. Loop around the Hong Kong Coliseum before driving along Nathan Road the main thoroughfare that intersects Kowloon. You’ll see a neon display of shops and restaurants lining the 2.2-mile (3.5-km) street in a riot of color. Pass Kowloon Park and the Harbourside where the bus stops to capture views of the Hong Kong skyline. With your map in hand feel free to complete your bus tour early. Hop off at one of Kowloon’s bustling night markets — Ladies Market or Temple Street Night Market — to sample local foods or bargain with hundreds of street vendors. Or stay on board the entire hour and disembark marvel at the dazzling ‘Symphony of Lights
From HKD270.00
 
Private Tour: Customised 4-Hour Hong Kong City Tour
"Beginning from your hotel lobby you will first discuss options in seeing your preferences for the day would be and your guide can accommodate any requests of sightseeing. Your guide will then give you recommendations about how your tour will flow and input on anything else interesting your guide is there in showing you the best of Hong Kong where any questions can be answered. Learn what you want to know and not just what you are being told.Any particulars please discuss prior to departure.Highlights of attractions you can choose to visit:The Peak Outlook Mt Kellot Road Wan Chai Road PMQ Star Ferry Man Mo Temple Cat Street S"""Come and see the sights of Hong Kong. Get a taste of different local cuisines street food and even dine at places that are big with locals. See the local historic area and the spectacular skylines of Hong Kong from this 4-hour city tour
From $81.00

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Lee Woo Yuen: Korean/Japanese BBQ

This restaurant is located in Causeway Bay - it is a mixture of Korean and Japanese food. All of the food was raw so you just chose what you liked and then you had your own bbq plate in front of you to cook it on, with neverending oil and soy sauce!
It was mainly meat - chicken, pork, beef and seafood and lots of strange looking items too!
The cost was HK$ 108 per person for eat as much as you like.

Favorite Dish The Octopus and squid were nice!

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