Macau’s rich heritage and culture is often overlooked by visitors flocking its casinos. Get the best of both on a private tour to the World Heritage site from Hong Kong, and visit landmarks such as the Ruins of St. Paul's and Guia Fortress with your guide before experiencing the Las Vegas of Asia. Customize your experience to suit you with the choice of private or public round-trip transfer.
Your ship is transiting via Hong Kong? Why not use this layover to visit the city's must see districts and landmarks with a private tour guide? This 7-hour hassle-free private tour includes a private tour guide and entries to all selected attractions. A private vehicle is optional. We suggest you see Hong Kong Harbor, central, Victoria Peak and the Kowloon Peninsula but we will also be very happy to take you to places you are keen on visiting (if not too far). This is an interactive private tour featuring Hong Kong's local culture and customs, history, geopolitic and delicacies.
If you have a layover at the Hong Kong airport, make the most of it with a 6-hour private tour of Hong Kong using public transport. With a private guide, you'll explore the city to see the attractions that interest you, from markets and neighborhoods to must-see sights. The tour is customizable to suit your preferences, such as history, culture, or food. Airport express ticket is included.
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.
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.
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).
Join us for one of the must-see places on your Hong Kong adventure, a day-trip to Lantau island, in the comfort of your own private partyLantau is known as Hong Kong’s green lung, and you can imagine stepping back in time 50 years when you visit. Most of this stunning island is untouched and can only be accessed by public transport. We will navigate you and your guests seamlessly through the highlights in this full day private tour. Highlights include:- skip the line access and the 24-minute ride of the Ngong Ping cable-car - an introduction to the Po Lin Monastery and Big Buddha- a detailed exploration of Tai O fishing village by foot and by boat- a ferry ride for a close-up look at the building Hong Kong-Macau- Zhuhai tunnel / bridge- a chance to try traditional and hard to find homemade snacks and treats- Lantau Island will be explored by cable-car, by foot and by boat, but the price includes a private car transfer to and from Tung Chung where we take the cable-car
Whether a first timer or a return traveller, your private tour guide will custom-make this walking tour to your interests, time contraints while providing fascinating insights on Hong Kong's history, local culture and habits and delicacies. The aim is to give you the basics so that you can explore more on your own. Your private tour guide will not be shy of facts, anecdotes and legends you probably have never heard of before.HIGHLIGHTSPrivate tour guide and insider knowledgeExperience the local cultureuse of Peak tram and fast tracksTaste local foodLearn how to get around the cityConcierge service
To truly escape Hong Kong’s tourist trail, it pays to have a local guide. Discover the city’s hidden gems on this quirky private tour: soak up the atmosphere at an open-air hawker court, visit a tiny temple, shop young designers at PMQ, and chow down on dumplings at a family-owned store. Finish with a ferry ride across the harbor to catch a spectacular light show.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
If you’ve got a layover in Hong Kong, don’t waste hours at the airport. See the best of the island metropolis even in limited time on a private, custom tour of Lantau Island, which is home to the Big Buddha and the Ngong Ping Cable Car. Plus, a private guide ensures that you receive undivided attention.
Wander through the Kowloon neighborhood of Sham Shui Po on this incredible tour that showcases the tastes and flavors of Asia. Go off the beaten path and taste traditional Cantonese favorites from six different culinary destinations as you follow your expert local guide through back alleys, open markets and small mom and pop shops. With a small group cap of 8 people you’re sure to have a personalized experience with other friendly food lovers.
Opt for the ultimate dining experience in Hong Kong with a seafood feast on a traditional sampan (Chinese boat). In a small group limited to 12 people, you’ll board a sampan boat restaurant and pleasure your palate with six courses of Chinese cuisine. Typical dishes include razor clams with minced garlic, clams and black bean sauce, typhoon shelter crab, and crab noodles, accompanied by Chinese Hua Diao wine. Plus, you’ll witness an ancient Chinese folk ritual at the start of your experience.
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.
Hong Kong is renowned throughout Asia for its unique cuisine, so what better place to experience a cooking class than the island metropolis. This small-group experience, an ideal choice for travelers seeking a hands-on cultural experience, reveals products you may otherwise have missed during a local market tour and provides insight into Hong Kong’s intricate cuisine. Plus, you can choose from a morning or afternoon departure time to suit your schedule.
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.
Ideal for travelers seeking a personalized experience of Hong Kong, this private walking tour connects you with a local eager to introduce their city. Share your travel wishes by phone or app, and meet your Hong Kong local for your customized tour. Find easy ways around the busy city, discover top and tucked-away attractions; and get lowdowns on restaurants, markets, and culture so you feel like a true local.
Rather than visiting attractions designed for tourists, explore Hong Kong like a local on a private tour designed to provide insider knowledge to first-time visitors. Opting for a private tour means that you can customize your itinerary according to your interests, whether they lie in food and fashion, or culture and history. Plus, you stray from the beaten path and visit local markets, lesser-known temples, and the most globally diverse part of Kowloon.
The language barrier makes Hong Kong’s diverse street food hard to navigate without a guide. Let your personal foodie explain exactly what makes the city’s culinary culture tick over multiple tastings and a market visit. Taste everything from shrimp wonton to pineapple bun, sample sugarcane juice at an iconic teahouse, and experience the vibrant atmosphere of the local markets.