Rather than juggling public transport, relax in air-conditioned comfort on this convenient coach tour of Lantau Island. Get skip-the-line access to the Ngong Ping 360 cable car and admire the Tian Tan Buddha. After a tour of Po Lin Monastery and a Chinese vegetarian lunch, take a boat trip around Tai O fishing village. Tour includes round-trip transfers from select Hong Kong hotels.
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.
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.
Located just 45 minutes from Hong Kong, Lantau Island's natural and cultural attractions make it an ideal day trip destination. This private tour of the island includes skip-the-line access to the famous Big Buddha statue as well as a trip to the "Venice of Hong Kong," Kwan Tai Temple, and more, all with comfortable private transportation and informative commentary.
This tour allows you to tick off visits to all the important Lantau Island, like the Tian Tan Buddha and Tai O fishing village, in one days. Pickup and drop-off at Kowloon hotels, all admission, transportation between each location, and vegetarian lunch at the monastery are included.
See the Tian Tan Buddha statue (Big Buddha) on a visit to Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island—a popular destination almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island. This sightseeing tour includes a ticket for the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and a boat ride around Tai O, a quaint fishing village where the houses stand on stilts. You have the option to upgrade to a glass-bottom crystal cabin at booking.
Spend three days exploring Hong Kong, Macau and Lantau Island during a 4-night tour that includes 4-star accommodation in Hong Kong. Your guide takes you to Victoria Peak, Aberdeen Fishing Village, Stanley Market and Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong. Then ferry over to Macau for sightseeing that includes the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Historic Centre, A-Ma Temple, the Ruins of St Paul’s Cathedral and Macau Museum. Finally, visit Lantau Island to see the Tian Tan Buddha and Tai O Fishing Village, arriving on Ngong Ping’s cable car.
Make the most of your layover in Hong Kong by taking a private guided walking tour of the city. Visit some of the city's most popular attractions, including Victoria Peak and Aberdeen fishing village, while learning more about the city's history and culture from your guide. A private tour allows for a customized itinerary and efficient transportation so you can guarantee that you make it back to the airport in time for your flight.
With more than seven million people living in Hong Kong—and more than 2,500 people per square mile—it can be hard find things off the beaten track. This private Hong Kong experience solves that problem for you by pairing you up with a local Hong Konger. Just fill out a questionnaire, and you’ll be matched with a local who knows how to find the things in Hong Kong that interest you most.
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.
Don’t waste your Hong Kong layover at the airport—instead, embark on a private sightseeing tour of the city, and still make it back in time to catch your next flight. Upon arrival, meet your guide directly at the airport and travel into the city via private vehicle or public transit (depending on the option you select). Your itinerary is flexible, but you can ascend Victoria Peak, stroll through Tsim Sha Tsui, shop in vibrant street markets, and even try dim sum (own expense).
On a day trip from Hong Kong, discover the top sights of Macau, a small peninsula part of mainland China and known for the casinos and extravagant shopping malls that have earned it the nickname ‘the Las Vegas of Asia.’ Located a short ferry ride across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong, Macau retains influences of its time as a Portuguese territory; explore its history as you visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Na Tcha TempleTemple, the ruins of St Paul’s, and Mount Fortress. Hotel pickup is included in Kowloon.
This tour of Hong Kong Island is the convenient way to visit many of the city’s highlights in a single day. With the help of a local driver-guide you can cover a lot of ground and see much more than you could if sightseeing via public transit. Visit markets, trendy neighborhoods, museums, and more. As this is a private tour you can go at your own pace and customize the itinerary to suit your needs.
Choose a start time that fits your schedule and travel through Hong Kong in style during this private sightseeing limo excursion. See six of the city’s highlights—including Aberdeen fishing village and Stanley Market—faster than on public transit and without waiting on large tour groups, ideal for travelers with limited time in the region. Plus, benefit from your driver-guide’s insight throughout.
If you want receive tailored recommendations and have ample time to ask questions, opt for a private tour of Hong Kong Island—the ideal choice for first-time visitors looking for an introduction to the metropolis. Without the worry of navigating public transport alone, you’ll travel between top Hong Kong attractions, such as Victoria Peak (Tai Ping Sham) and Stanley Market, while you receive local insight from a guide. Hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Getting off the beaten track when visiting Hong Kong—one of the world’s most densely populated, major cities—can be difficult. Discover local secrets and hidden attractions with a local Hong Konger. Take advantage of the city’s diversity with a local who prepares a personalized itinerary showcasing a different side to Hong Kong based on your interests and needs.
Access to Jockey Club's private box in Shatin Racecourse to enjoy the premium of horse racing, a delicious buffet and free flow of drinks and wines. You will receive an admission badge, a. shared buffet and unlimited servings of pouring brands of sprit, selected wines, beers, mineral waters, soft drinks, and fruit juices. Catering Service· English style semi-buffet brunch · 3 buffet stations: Bakery/Dessert, Live cooking, Cold Appetizer & cheese.· 1 standard main course with one standard tea or coffee for each customer; · Bakery & unlimited juice will be served until 1:30 pm; Dessert will be served from 1:30-3pm. Free flow Beverage:Prosecco/ House Wine/ House Red/ House Beer/ Soft Drinks/ JuiceDress Code:· Smart Casual, e.g. pants, trousers, T-shirt, tracksuits and sports shoes.· Unacceptable Attire: Shorts, damaged tops and trousers, sandals, flip-flops or plastic footwear
Rather than spending your layover in Hong Kong International Airport, get out and discover the cultural treasures of Hong Kong on a tour designed specifically for visitors with limited time. Whether it’s day or night, your guide reveals both top Hong Kong attractions and off-the-beaten-path places guaranteed to enhance your time in the island metropolis. Plus, convenient airport pickup and drop-off mean you won’t have to worry about missing your departing flight.
Explore Lantau Island like a local during a private tour that reveals the island’s top attractions and hidden gems. Exploring with a private guide means that you’ll benefit from insider knowledge and discover places that you won’t find in the guidebook, as well as enjoying the flexibility to customize your own sightseeing itinerary. Plus, ferry transfers are included for a seamless experience.
Make the most of your layover time in Hong Kong on a round-trip tour from the airport. Tick off a number of landmarks, including the Big Buddha and Victoria Peak, and choose between transfer by private vehicle or public transport to suit your budget and schedule. Forget the guidebook with insights provided by your guide, and sample local delicacies with food tasting included in the price.
Limited time needn’t mean missing out on Macau. This comprehensive guided day tour, with pickup from selected hotels, covers all the historic attractions that have made the center a UNESCO World Heritage site, as well as a buffet lunch in a revolving restaurant. Choose between returning on the 5pm ferry with hotel drop-off or spending the evening at the Venetian Macao and arranging your own transport from the 10pm ferry.
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.
As the Symphony of Lights show plays across towering skyscrapers and dark night sky, Victoria Harbour truly comes into its own. Secure your place to watch the show in pole position by booking a slot on this short harbor cruise. As you soak up the sights and savor the free-flow beer, snacks, and soft drinks, feel free to ask the professional photography assistant to help create spectacular images.
The evening is a great time to get out and about and explore Hong Kong, as people relax after a day of work. This fun evening walking tour will show you places that you might otherwise miss if traveling alone. Stop at night markets, try some street food, admire the city’s skyline lit up at night, and relax with a drink. Whether you’re a first-time or repeat visitor to Hong Kong, you can enjoy new sights and experiences.