"Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR Pass Ngong Ping Cable Car and Big Buddha Tour""After picking up your MTR pass and additional tickets at the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier you’re ready to begin your Hong Kong sightseeing!MTR Pass:Hong Kong is at your fingertips with your pass for one day of unlimited use on the MTR (Mass Transit Railway). With three different transportation options – trains a light rail system and feeder buses – you can easily reach the Hong Kong attractions that most interest you. The fast and easy-to-use MTR covers Hong Kong’s major districts including stops at the boundary with mainland China. Across 10 different rail lines you can see it all – perhaps head to Disneyland on the Disneyland Resort Line
"Hong Kong Island Sightseeing TourBegin your comprehensive tour of Hong Kong Island aboard the Victoria Peak tram an eight-minute funicular railway ride that takes you to the summit for a spectacular vista including Kowloon and surrounding islands. Next your guide will take you past lovely Repulse Bay on the way to Aberdeen Hong Kong's floating village where a junk-dwelling community of fishermen still thrives. For a close-up view you can board a sampan
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."
I've never really been a fan of space museums but a particularly wet day in Hong Kong with the kids forced us to look for indoor attractions. I must have walked past the egg shaped building a hundred...