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Hong Kong Afternoon Sightseeing Tour Plus Dinner Cruise with Hotel Pickup from Kowloon area
"The hotel pickup time is between 12:35pm to 1:25pm.  Actual time will be given at the time of reservation.  Please wait in the hotel lobby.  The pickup is available from 60+ selected downtown hotels in Kowloon area.  Please there's nothing in the world like riding the 373 meters long Peak Tram to visit the Victoria Peak. Many skyscrapers buildings you passed by look like they leaning at a 45 degree angle!THE SKY TERRACE 428 Standing at 428 metres above sea level it is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong offering a stunning 360-degree panoramic view across Hong Kong including the Victoria Harbour.ABERDEEN FISHING VILLAGEAberdeen Typhoon Shelter is an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in any other parts of the World. You may gain a deeper insight of the lifestyle of Hong Kong fishing f garments sportswear Chinese artwork and accessories.TSE SUI LUEN JEWELLERY CO LTDTSL is one of the few merchants that are the receiptian of Outstanding QTS Merchant Award for more than 10 years and counting. STAR FERRYThe Star Ferry is the oldes
From HKD1,040.00
 
Hong Kong Harbor Night Cruise and Dinner at Victoria Peak
"Your evening starts with a meal at the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company (Bubba Gump’s) located atop The Peak Tower on Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak. Enjoy dishes such as baby-back ribs grilled fish and Cajun shrimp as you soak in amazing sweeping views of the city and harbor below you.After dinner join the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong with a stroll along the busy narrow lanes of the exciting Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon. To complete your evening relax on a 55-minute Victoria Harbour cruise aboard a Chinese junk boat. Enjoy unlimited drinks while witnessing the mesmerizing reflections of Hong Kong's gorgeous multicolored neon lights mirrored on water."
From HKD1,019.00
 
Private Tour: Hong Kong Island
"Meet your private guide upon hotel pickup and set out by private vehicle to your first Hong Kong destination: Aberdeen Harbour. Here discover a fascinating village that comprises a junk-dwelling community of fishermen and their families. You'll have the option to ride a sampan around the harbor (at an additional cost) for up-close views of life aboard these traditional boats.After make a short visit to a renowned jewelry factory to observe professional craftsmen create beautiful works of art. Take note of the jewelry-making process as you watch these experts transform gold and sparkling gems into earrings pendants and bracelets.You'll pass picturesque Repulse Bay en route to Stanley Market a great venue for bargain shopping in Hong Kong. Your private guide can help you find deals on everything from Chinese costume jewelry to silk clothing and sportswear as you browse the small shops. Grab a quick bite for lunch (own expense) while you have with a tram ride to the top for excellent panoramic views. Your guide accompanies you on the funicular railway ride to the summit where you’ll enjoy views of Hong Kong skyscrapers
From HKD713.00

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MORE TO DO AT "THE PEAK"

Once we were at the top of Victoria Peak, we found there was much more than enjoying the views.We came across the Peak Market, a multi-level shopper's paradise with a huge array of items for sale,...
balhannah
Dec 04, 2016

WHAT A VIEW!

A MUST VISIT is to Victoria Peak for spectacular views over Hong Kong.Most people come here by the Funicular just as we did, then they walk to all the vantage points for incredible views. We were...
balhannah
Dec 03, 2016

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak is the highlight of a visit to Hong Kong and a must-see. We took the tram late in the evening, stayed throughout the sunset, then got a great view of the city at night. The peak is very...
Ewingjr98
Nov 19, 2016

A Riddle

Now a riddle: Who can guess what did we find in Victoria Peak, besides gorgeous views?…No!No!Wrong!No one got the answer!Do you give up?Ok, this is the solution:A Shopping MallAt last! A Shopping Mall...
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solopes
May 20, 2016

Views

I spent three days in Hong Kong, delaying the visit to Victoria peak because the weather was so cloudy that we couldn't see it from below. At last, we got a couple of clear hours and went up. Be...
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solopes
Apr 04, 2016

Fabulous views best seen on a clear day!

I'm not absolutely certain but I would assume that Victoria Peak and the iconic Peak Tram ride are the number one tourist attraction in Hong Kong. I have visited the Peak a number of times, both day...
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swissfondue
Nov 10, 2014

Best time to meditate or do hiking

We try to explore things by learning to get to our destination, see how people do and what the place can offer to us. all went well, we enjoyed everything from the places and the people, food is ok...
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johnlovesme
Nov 04, 2014

Madame Tussauds

Opinion is divided about Madame Tussauds. Its the type of attraction that you either love or hate. If you do like looking at wax models of famous people then the wax museum in the Peak tower might be...
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swissfondue
Aug 12, 2014

The Peak

The Peak is also known as Tai Ping Shan (太平山) by the locals. It is the highest point of Hong Kong Island, also part of the Victoria Peak. This is where you get the best views of Hong Kong Island. Most...
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cal6060
Nov 06, 2013

The Peak: The Peak Tower & The Sky Terrace

Upon arrival at the Peak Tower, most visitors would take the escalator up to The Sky Terrace. You need a ticket in order to enter the Sky Terrace. If you do not buy the ticket as package with the Peak...
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cal6060
Nov 06, 2013

The Peak

The Peak on Hong Kong Island is the highest mountain in Hong Kong. You can get here on a funicular railway called the Peak tram or by number 15 bus from Exchange Square Bus Station, Central.There is a...
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IreneMcKay
Jun 29, 2013

The Peak from a different perspective

I would imagine that eight out of ten people travel to the Peak on the renowned Peak Tram. It is after all a highlight of a trip to Hong Kong and certainly the quickest route, even with the obligatory...
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swissfondue
Oct 15, 2012
 
 
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Things to Do Near Victoria Peak

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Madame Tussauds

We did not actually go here, only due to time restrictions, but it was on my list of things to do, so there is always a next time! The Wax Museum is located at Victoria Peak. It is open from 9.45am...
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Peak Tram

The Peak Tram, one of the world’s oldest and most famous funicular railways, opened in 1888 for the exclusive use of the British governor and the Peak’s residents. It's also the steepest funicular...
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Central District

Hong Kong is a whole new experience, it gives a kind of reverse culture shock. The city is similar to any other Asian cities but is much busier. Striking is the cultural mix of nationalities, many...
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Zoological & Botanical Garden

I recently visited the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens on a school trip with my P2 class. I think it is around eighteen years since I was last here and it has changed a lot. I think there...
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St. John's Cathedral

Officially called "The Cathedral Church of St. John the Evangelist", and better known as simply St John's, this church was built by the British colonial mission in 1848. This beautiful and peaceful...
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Hong Kong Park (Admiralty)

Located in Tai Chi garden is the first memorial I have seen in the world dedicated to the Sars epidemic, (severe acute respiratory)syndrome (SARS) outbreak of 2003. It doesn't seem very long ago,...
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