Great experience...will definitely recommend to persons who want to visit Hong Kong
Effortless pickup procedure and I saved a good amount on famous attractions. Card is easy to carry around and I didn't have to worry about carrying around a bunch of tickets. Redemption was super-easy too.
I was not able to use this pass. Oh well. That's life.
I sure do, however, recommend exciting Hong Kong
and very charming Macau. I can vouch for them. Do
yourself a favor and get to both of them.
Thank You for a great experience,interesting Hong Kong and Macau.In two busy days I visited most possible important places.
Very good BUT:
Activated pass at the Airport OK but had to be a detective to find a 10th floor office in a tower block near the harbour to get the tickets for the Harbour Tour;
Advance pass to tram enabled us to miss most of the queue.
Very nice tour, the tower, the morning cruise, the hop on hop off bus and much much more.
The pass was great value, it allowed me to do and see so many more things that Hong Kong had to offer than I thought possible in my short stay. My favorite things were the tour of the 8th Estate winery followed by tasting of great wine 'made in Hong Kong' and the dim sum cooking class in a really local restaurant. The card was very easy to use and had no problems with attractions accepting it.
The flexi pack pass was extremely convenient! It was very easy to use and made paying for tours and various sites a breeze!
Thank you very much. We were a little bit sceptical- but it worked!!! The only minus was that when we recieved the card in the office ,we also recieved the ticked for the cable tram and went there immediately and the tram was not working that day-it would be nice if people in the office told us about it. But the rest 3 excursions were really fantastic-everything was well organised. Now that we are retired we are planing to travel a lot and we will definetely use your agency! Thank you once again!!!
Regards, Jurijs and Irina A. ( Latvia).
Convenient way to tour the main attractions of Hong Kong. If you want to go on the Peak Tram, make sure to redeem the ticket straight at the airport counter when you get the card pass. In my case, the employee at the airport counter forgot to ask me and I had to redeem the Peak Tram ticket at some office located very far from the attraction itself, which made me lose about 2 hours.
Good deal for the trips and visits of places that may cost more. Nonetheless, requires planning as certain Cruises have schedule. If have sufficient time, then it is easier to plan.
For example, Macau cruise from Ponte 12 are rather hard to find and requires some searching. Missed the cruise n the next cruise clashed with out next itenary.
Valuable cost saving when compared to purchasing separately. Look carefully for counter A8 in the arrivals hall, though. The Peak, sky100, and HopOn-HopOff Rickshaw bus are unmissable and the card is simply accepted at each. Also recommend the Macau Attractions Pass.
Worth buying. Picked the voucher up at the airport and used it to get a return ticket on the airport bus into the city. I then had a further 3 choices of free vouchers for other sightseeing options.
f you are looking for sightseeing rather than just shopping or theme park in Hong Kong, the See Hong Kong Pass is a very good choice and provides huge savings. 1-day pass costs only $399 and I did 4 activities which are worth around $700, quite a good deal, right?
I started the day early and joined a Big Bus Tour (Hong Kong Island). The bus took me to the Peak Tram Station where I did a free round trip of the Peak Tram. And then headed to the Kowloon side to have a free Dim Sum lunch at a very cool Chinese restaurant. Got some time left, I did some shopping at the Kowloon station shopping mall and then went to the DHL Hong Kong Balloon nearby to see the beautiful skyline of the city at 100m high.
As I travel by myself, I really love to explore the city and get to try every as much as possible. Great that the pass has around free 20 activities to choose from , so it is quite flexible for trip planning. If I got one more day, I will definitely get a 2-day pass to see more, especially the Big Bus Stanley Tour and the wine tasting activity!
If visitors are Seniors, (that is aged over 65 years), this deal is NOT the saving it is cracked up to be, and even worse if you are staying in Kowloon. We suggest buyers read the fine print VERY CAREFULLY, get themselves an Octopus card on arrival, and watch out on the MTR for their frequent special deals. Even the Peak Tram deal is of little assistance when you arrive at the terminus, as there are no separate queues for ticket holders, especially in busy times (read public holidays), unless you also purchase the Madame Tussaud's deal at the same time.