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New Territories

There was a time when this mountainous buffer between downtown Hong Kong and mainland China was populated solely by indigenous Hakka farmers and a scattering of old villages. That time wasn’t too long ago—just a mere number of decades. In the time ... 

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Laura K United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2008

We really enjoyed this tour. Our guide was so friendly and informative. He even took photos of me in front of landmarks on my camera. New territories are beautiful; the trip is well worth the money. One tip: don't bother with the lunch if you don't want to mingle with the other tourists. Some of ours were quite rude.

Doing what: New Territories of Hong Kong 'The Land Between' Tour

Selina W Australia

4 star rating: Recommended
November 2015

The trip was very interesting. The tour guide was excellent providing commentaries about the culture and history of the new territories

Doing what: New Territories of Hong Kong 'The Land Between' Tour

Anonymous

4 star rating: Recommended
March 2010

An opportunity to see the main highlights of the New Territories in a half day, especially when there is a shortage of time.

Doing what: New Territories of Hong Kong 'The Land Between' Tour

William O USA

4 star rating: Recommended
November 2008

Our tour guide was very good and easy to understand. The lunch was outstanding, and we enjoyed the meal and the atmosphere of the restaurant. Gave us a good overview of the New Territories which was hard to envision prior to the tour.

Doing what: New Territories of Hong Kong 'The Land Between' Tour

Soh Teen Tina T

3 star rating: Worth doing
December 2015

It was raining the day we took the tour so we did not get to see much or do as much since some of the stops required viewing the surroundings which we could not do.
The Fangling Walled village was not as interesting as advertised as it consisted of a mass of terraced houses now occupied by immigrants from mainland China. The remnants of the walls of the village were of historical and cultural value however.

The floating fishing village was seen from afar. We could not go over to visit them so that was a disappointment.

The dim sum lunch was generally good but there were other items on the menu which were interesting but were however, not on the set menu.

The tour guide tried his best to pepper the tour wtih snippets of life in HK and the New Territories. It was especially interesting to learn about the lands rights act which gave male descendants of the famlands the right to build and own 3-storey houses.

Doing what: New Territories of Hong Kong 'The Land Between' Tour

Anonymous

1 star rating: I do not recommend this
November 2006

The tour was far too long - would have preferred to go directly to lookout to New Territories and then back to hotel. The other stops were interesting but not worth the half hour or more spent at each one.

Doing what: Kowloon and New Territories Tour

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