This unique hop-on hop-off tour allows you to see all of Hong Kong’s highlights with ease. Hop off at any of the stops along the route and explore the sites at your leisure using a provided map. Whether it’s the Man Mo Temple, famed Stanley Market, or the fishing village of Aberdeen, your 24- or 48-hour ticket grants you access to various travel routes and one-way travel on the Star Ferry. There’s no easier or more flexible way to explore. Your Premium or Deluxe ticket includes a choice of admission to Sky100 Hong Kong observation deck or a ride on the Peak Tram. The Deluxe option also offers a traditional sampan ride and a tour of Kowloon at night.
Avoid the tourist crowds and discover a personalized perspective of Hong Kong on a private day tour. Opt to explore by foot or by vehicle, and discuss your interests with your guide for a customized itinerary according to your and your party’s interests. Choose to explore districts such as Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui, or Kowloon Peak, saving time with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Eat your way around Beijing’s old ‘hutong’ alleyways and courtyards on a small-group tour. Explore by private tuk-tuk and enjoy several food stops at tucked-away restaurants and homes you wouldn’t find by yourself. Taste staples like Beijing wraps, flame-grilled meats, and noodles, learn about local cuisine over unlimited beers, and enjoy a stop at a local brewery. Come hungry: your tastings amount to dinner.
Enjoy a memorable evening of city skyline views, delicious food, and unlimited drinks during this Hong Kong Harbor night cruise and dinner at Victoria Peak. Relax on the waters of Victoria Harbour during your cruise, savor a delicious meal atop Victoria Peak with views of the skyline, and stroll through the Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon. Pickup and drop-off is included from select Hong Kong hotels.
After dusk, Hong Kong transforms into a glittering metropolis reminiscent of a science fiction film. Get the best views of the skylines of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island during an evening cruise by junk boat, a must-do for anyone visiting HK for the first time. As well as a boat ride, this package includes a Cantonese dinner at a dim sum restaurant and a visit to Tsim Sha Tsui promenade to watch the famous Victoria Harbour light show.
The former French Concession is the most visited part of Shanghai, which
is not difficult to understand why Shanghai is called “the Oriental Paris”
when you look at its beautiful streets, great architecture and historic sites.
Wheely takes you to the Western part of the French Concession and goes
back in time to when the French really lived in this part of Shanghai. And
also visit one Lilong which hidden in Shanghai’s back alleys, to see the
Shikumen architecture and feel local people’s lifestyle.
The whole tour you’ll be cycling through the beautiful, leafy streets of the
former French Concession and you’ll get a great idea of the life in Shanghai
now and then.
Wander through Hong Kong’s Central and Sheung Wan neighborhoods on this incredible four-hour tour that showcases the tastes and flavors of Asia. Go off the beaten path and sample food from six different culinary destinations as you follow your expert local guide through back alleys and open markets. You’ll taste traditional dim sum, noodles and sweet desserts, plus wind through colonial architecture and learn about the city’s colorful history. With a small group cap of 12 people you’re sure to have a personalized experience.
We will design a bespoke itinerary, based on your preferences, that ensures that you see the things that will interest you the most.
Combine some of the must see’s like Victoria Peak and riding the Star Ferry with local neighbourhoods. See the best of Hong Kong and become immersed in the local culture. Learn to eat like a local with a dim sum lunch, shop till you drop in the markets, visit a temple and have your fortune told, visit the most photogenic locations, discover Hong Kong's immense architecture.
Our cars seat a maximum of 5 passengers plus the guide and your driver.
We are very experienced in designing and delivering tours for couples, families with teenagers, families with young children, business travellers who have a short amount of time between meetings, the over 60s and corporate incentive trips.
Unless you speak Chinese, navigating the markets of Mong Kok can be a difficult task. Overcome the language barrier and discover a local part of Hong Kong during a market tour of Mong Kok. As well as providing a traditional Hong Kong shopping experience, this tour serves as a great way for first-time visitors to orient themselves amid the bustle of Kowloon.
Hong Kong by night can be overwhelming, even for returning visitors; however, during this private evening tour of the vibrant street food and night market scene, you can eat, drink, and shop without a worry. Mingle with the locals, as your guide leads you to the spots which most travelers probably wouldn’t find alone. Plus, benefit from a selection of tastings included in the price.
Leave the amateur vacation pics behind and use a pro to help capture your travels in Hong Kong. Pair up with a professional photographer-guide and craft your excursion—3-hour night- or day-time tours are available, as are extended 6-hour adventures. Then hit the streets and learn to shoot compositions like a professional, capturing Hong Kong’s dazzling skyscrapers, incredible streetscapes, and maze of elevated passages.
The Great Wall of China is China’s star attraction, but escaping the crowds isn’t easy. This private full-day tour from Beijing lets you hike along an exclusive section of the wall, open only to guests of The Commune, followed by visits to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City in Beijing. Tour includes hotel pickup, lunch, and entrance fees.
Put away the guidebooks and online reviews and get dinner with a local on this evening walking tour through Pingyao. In your small group, follow your guide around the city streets at night and visit street food stalls, eateries, restaurants and more, sampling snacks and delicacies native to Shanxi province. Eat enough for a full dinner without stressing about whether you’ve made the right choice.
Ensure a memorable evening out in Shanghai on this 4-hour tour, including dinner at one of the city’s Michelin-starred restaurants. Tuck into delicious soup dumplings, wontons, and other Chinese specialties at Din Tai Fung restaurant, then enjoy a spectacular 75-minute performance by the Shanghai Acrobatics Troupe, including martial arts, circus tricks, acrobatics and magic acts. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Immerse yourself in Hong Kong’s culinary culture during a food tour with your knowledgeable guide. Mainly Cantonese, Hong Kong cuisine features small differences that reflect the city’s mixture of Chinese and British heritage. During five stops, sample dim sum, wonton noodle soup, milk tea, roasted meat, and an egg tart. As you eat, learn about the history of food in Hong Kong, from traditional Guangzhou to Western influences from the 1950s.
Join and learn how to make both the dough and filling with fragrant Chinese spices in a class. You will make the dumplings in different ways, and you will learn how to make a yummy Chinese sauce to go with the dumplings. It's not only fun but knowledgeable to learn how to cook local ingredient and different technique of dumpling wrapping. Finally, enjoying your hand-made meal together.
Experience the Longqing Gorge Ice Lantern Festival, accompanied by a traditional Mongolian hot pot dinner, on this 6-hour private tour from Beijing. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Beijing included. Seasonal tour is offered January through March.
Discover the Great Wall of China at Mutianyu, complete with a gourmet picnic inside an ancient tower — a Viator Exclusive that cannot be booked anywhere else. Follow your guide up the Great Wall while hearing insightful commentary about this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your lunch features tasty local dishes and sparkling wine that you enjoy while gazing at the views. Upon your return to Beijing, have the option to get dropped off at the amazing 798 Art Zone.
Travel to the outskirts of Shanghai to visit the ancient water town of Zhujiajiao, situated on the Dianpu River. Weave through ancient streets lined with stone bridges and charming old buildings, then enjoy a tea ceremony in Shanghai’s oldest teahouse. Then have time to discover the trendy shops, artistic energy and Shikumen-style architecture in Tianzifang, a neighborhood in the old French Quarter of Shanghai. Your tour includes an informative guide, transportation, entrance tickets, tea ceremony, lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Taste your way through the Former French Concession area of Shanghai on a tour that explores people, culture, and cuisine through the city’s breakfast foods. You’ll try more than 15 local breakfast treats, from ‘sheng jian bao,’ or pan-fried dumplings, to noodles, tea, and a beloved curry beef soup. This food walking tour is limited to 10 people for a fun, personal experience, with a local guide to lead the way through a fascinating part of the city.
Enjoy Shanghai’s evening lights and a Peking Duck dinner on this private 4-hour night tour. Savor a traditional Beijing-style feast of roast duck with pancakes at a restaurant before a walking tour to admire the city lights. Stroll around the Yu Garden Bazaar, cross the ‘Nine Zigzag’ bridge, and walk along The Bund to see its floodlit colonial-era buildings and Pudong’s illuminated skyscrapers. Includes dinner with select drinks, plus central Shanghai hotel pickup and drop-off.
Hong Kong is a huge city and can be quite confusing for first-time visitors. Eliminate the hassle of sightseeing here and fit a lot into a short time on this convenient guided orientation tour. Stop at many must-see attractions, including Victoria Peak for impressive views, and the bargain-filled Stanley Market. Also enjoy an included sampan ride.
Discover Hong Kong in double-quick time on this convenient guided coach tour that includes skip-the-line access to the Peak Tram: perfect for first-time visitors and anyone who’s pressed for time. Visit Aberdeen Fishing Village and Tse Sui Luen jewelry factory, shop for souvenirs at Stanley Market, and leave with a ticket for the Rickshaw Sightseeing Bus. Tour includes door-to-door round-trip transportation from selected hotels.