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We had a great time on this tour. the tour guide, can't remember his name was very friendly and very informative about the village that we had our meal in. The cruise was great and the views from the boat were fabulous. Would recommend this tour to everyone.
Fascinating to see the commercial heart of Hong Kong , huge port, hundreds of huge ships and huge highway bridge. The boat was fun with nice sea breeze.
The cruise was great, we were very impressed with the view especially when the lights came on all the buildings.
Unfortunately we stayed near the Airport and had to catch a train to Hong Kong Central, about half an hour travelling time. Then we had to walk quite a distance to the Harbour. If I had to recommend this tour, I would suggest that travellers stay closer to the city.,
In one of the most wonderful urban sceneries a nice organization in a enough confortable boat very well conducted by a professional and kind crew made this tour an unforgetable experience
Nice evening cruise around the harbour with drinks included. Unfortuatnely the night I chose it poured rain and the plastic sides of the boat had to be lowered. This certainly put a dampner on the evening, but this was out of control of crew who were very nice. On a nicer night, sure it would be wonderful.
Unfortunately the weather was cold and very foggy on our evening cruise which spoilt the tour slightly. However It was a pictuesque boat that sailed us around the harbour and a free glass of wine and a packet of crisps thrown in.
The boat trip itself was lovely, however calling the pre-dinner drinks cocktails was a little misleading. On boarding the boat we approached the bar, which offered beer, wine, and about a dozen bottles of spirits. We had expected a cocktail menu and fancy glasses; instead you could have wine in a half-pint glass or make up your own cocktails out of the spirits that stood on the bar and orange juice.
Picturesque view. A good way to start in Hong Kong.