Embale em toneladas de pontos turísticos da cidade em um único dia com este passeio turístico de 8 horas em Hong Kong, incluindo um cruzeiro com jantar em estilo buffet e transporte no hotel. Pegue o bonde até o Victoria Peak e pare por pontos de referência, como a Velha Torre do Relógio. Depois, à noite, embarque em um navio para um cruzeiro com bufê no Victoria Harbour e assista ao ‘A Symphony of Lights’ iluminar a cidade ao redor.
Excursão de um dia a Hong Kong, incluindo um cruzeiro com jantar em buffet
Sightsee através de Hong Kong, pegando pontos de vista da Torre do Relógio Velho
Passeie até Victoria Peak em um bonde e admire a vista de Hong Kong
Desfrute de um cruzeiro com buffet de jantar no Victoria Harbour, enquanto assiste a um show de luzes
Traslado e desembarque do hotel na área de Kowloon
Esse passeio envolve uma quantidade moderada de caminhada
Prepare-se para uma tarde em seu hotel na área de Kowloon. Por favor, observe que você deve fornecer um nome e endereço do seu hotel no momento da reserva ou a reserva não será realizada.
Depois de ser pego pelo seu guia em um ônibus com ar condicionado, sua excursão por Hong Kong começa. Durante o dia, pegue a linha de bonde de 373 metros de comprimento até o Victoria Peak. Vá para o Sky Terrace 428 e veja pontos turísticos panorâmicos de 360 graus da cidade. Visite Aberdeen, uma antiga vila de pescadores, onde você pode optar por andar em uma sampana (por conta do visitante). Outros lugares para ver durante este passeio incluem a Velha Torre do Relógio.
Pegue a balsa Star Ferry, um dos meios mais antigos de transporte em Hong Kong. Suba em um cruzeiro pelo Victoria Harbour e desfrute de um jantar buffet enquanto estiver a bordo. No cruzeiro, há uma banda ao vivo que você pode ouvir e dançar junto com a música. Sente-se e relaxe se preferir apenas apreciar a vista do barco. Você também terá tempo para assistir ao A Symphony of Lights, um show de luzes interativo, que inclui 45 prédios na Ilha de Hong Kong e Kowloon.
Depois da diversão, dê um passeio de volta ao seu hotel. Seu guia te deixa com o resto da noite em suas mãos.
Operado há mais de 125 anos, não há nada no mundo como andar no Peak Tram de 373 metros para visitar o Victoria Peak. Muitos edifícios de arranha-céus pelos quais você passou parecem estar inclinados em um ângulo de 45 graus!
Começou a transportar passageiros através do porto de Victoria no final do século XIX. Ele ainda transporta mais de 26 milhões de passageiros por ano hoje, e você terá a chance de experimentar essa maneira única de atravessar o porto
Fazia parte da antiga Estação Kowloon da Ferrovia Kowloon-Canton desde 1915. O edifício principal do terminal foi demolido em 1978, deixando apenas a torre do relógio. É um marco da Era do Vapor e está listado como monumento declarado em Hong Kong desde 1990.
Foi premiado com o "Maior Show de Luzes Permanente" do mundo pelo Guinness World Records. Enquanto desfruta de um buffet no cruzeiro, pode ver este magnífico espectáculo sobre o Victoria Harbour. O espetáculo combina luzes interativas de 45 prédios importantes na Ilha de Hong Kong e em Kowloon.
Do yourself a favor and read the reviews before you take this trip. Our whole day in Hong Kong was wasted by Peter, our tour guide. We were picked up at our hotel at noon as specified. Then we went to Victoria Peak. After that we went to the Aberdeen Fishing Village, and for an extra charge of 60 Hong Kong Dollars you could go for a boat ride!!!! Many people decided not to go on it at all, I couldn't believe it. The description said nothing about extra charges. Then we were taken to a jewelry shop, where we were supposed to let go of some more money. After that we visited an old prison/museum! It took about five minutes to see the display and he left us there for over an hour! Everyone was just sitting there waiting for the guy to come back. After that we went to another government building and wasted more of our time on these boring places. Then we finally departed for our dinner cruise. When we arrived at the pier we waited for an hour and twenty minutes for Peter to join up with us again, just to have him tell us we had to go to another pier to catch the dinner cruise! By this time, I was outraged. I recognized the dinner boat as the one that is on this website that got all the bad reviews. So I just thought well wouldn't you know it. I was afraid to eat most of the food. Drinks were not included at all only water! Another criticism I have is that there was almost no commentary from Peter about the city's history. Basically, in between Victoria Peak and the Harbour Cruise the rest of the time was just our group sitting around bored to death. So please, if you are considering this tour. I would take a different tour to Victoria Peak, and you don't need to go to Victoria Harbour to see the light show because it can be seen from almost anywhere and it is no big deal. The people on the dinner cruise were loud and obnoxious, the food was bad and so was the music!
Was told 8 hours. Picked up at 12:40 they were in parking lot but wouldn't let us on till 12:40 no others at pickup point. transfer to different vehicle. were told we couldn't finish till 9:50 and no ideas when we could return to take 12.25 flight. we didn't take boat ride or evening cruise and dinner because of uncertainty. did visit diamond shop.
This truly was not the best representation of Hong Kong and we wish we would have done this on our own. While the tour included a lot of stops, some of them could have been left out and others added. It started with having to take a taxi to another hotel to catch what we thought was the start of the tour, we got on a bus and went to a drop off point to catch another bus. We waited for about 20 minutes for that bus, so almost one hour went by and the only thing we saw was Hong Kong traffic. Once we got started we went to Victoria's Peak, and it was nice. We were able to fast pass up to the front and bypass a huge line, but we were only allotted 20 minutes on the peak and told not to let anyone take pictures of us because we have our "own photographer". After the peak we went to a "historic" fishing village to ride a Sampan, we got on the Sampan, rode around a bunch of docked boats in a dirty harbor, picket up and dropped off taxi passengers and went back, and saw nothing of the village. We then proceeded to a time share of jewelry. We had to sit through a presentation on jewelry, wade through their showroom and wait until they let us go, We were ready but it wasn't time to leave yet. When we finally got out, we went to the "escalators", rode about half way up and then walked to to old police station. Our tour guides at his own admission, said he did not know why we go there because it is all high end art and businesses. Absolute waste of time. After that we went to the harbor and took a ferry across, that was nice. After the ferry, we saw the clock tower then walked to the bus that was going to take us to the dinner cruise - yes another walk to a bus. We get to the dock and were met by a real high strung guide who spoke in half sentences, never finished one sentence. We got on the boat, saw the light show, Shanghai's harbor show is better, and started to eat. Food was okay, what you would expect from an average buffet. They had singers that sang all night, they never stopped. Honestly the cruise was longer than it should have been, it went on and on and on, a lot of passengers wanted off way before it was time. Like I said, drop the jewelry timeshare, drop the art mall, add more time to Victoria's Peak, add some temples and shrines to make it a true Hong Kong tour.
This was a comprehensive look at Hong Kong island and Kowloon in the company of tour guide Ross, who must be the most enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide in the country. We visited Victoria Peak by tram funicular railway, crossed the harbour on the Star Ferry, had a sampan ride in the marina and finished the day with a boat ride around the harbour at night with a lovely buffet meal and entertainment singers on board. The day was wet and cold, but Ross kept our spirits up with his endless humour and factual commentary wherever we went. We learned about the fend shui of the HSBC bank, it's competitor the Bank of China next door and the various road markings to indicate where land had been steadily reclaimed in front of the banks. We did a walking tour of the ancient part of Hong Kong and visited the site of the old PMQ Police Quarters where domestic dwelling units had been turned into offices and craft work premises. Each unit was just 28 sq. metres and originally housed police officers and their families, sharing kitchen and toilet facilities. Ross told us that most domestic units in HK were of a similar size! House buying is too difficult/ expensive for most residents therefore renting small apartments is the order of the day, although that is an expensive outlay too. Although reclamation is ongoing, the population, including increasing numbers of Chinese mainlanders, is outstripping it. Despite the rain and mist we managed, miraculously, to arrive at Victoria Peak just as the sky cleared and we managed to get a few excellent photos of HK and the harbour from the summit. Very lucky indeed. Ross is a keen student of his homeland and we were treated to endless facts and figures, including opinions and experiences, which provided us with an encyclopaedic account of today's HK and its historical past. Ten very cold and sometimes wet hours were never better spent in a foreign land.
This was a full day, full of activities, lots of walking, photo opportunities and front of the line for the Victoria Peak tram to the top of Hong Kong! The saipan around Aberdeen was very interesting, as was taking the star ferry across the harbour, then boarding a dinner all-u-can eat buffet cruise around the harbour. Very worthwhile and interesting. Action packed, learned and saw lots! I wouldn't recommend for kids or anyone with mobility issues.
What an afternoon and evening. We were collected at around 12.30 and got back around 11.00pm. Wow, a full day or more crammed into that time.We could never have experiencd all that was included in the time if on our own. Included was Victoria Peak, Hong Kong business district, star ferry, sampan ride around the harbour, buffet dinner with entertainment on a ship cruising the harbour and too many other places to mention. A wonderful day, would do it again.
All started well apart from the weather - no view at all from the Peak other than grey cloud - but that was no ones fault. It was very wet and we stopped to put on our raincoats after a coffee stop and by the time we got outside - the group had disappeared and we spent an anxious 10 minutes before our tour guide came back and found us. Apparently, it was other guests on the bus alerted him that we were missing - he hadn't done a head count. Trip continued -no idea why we went to the Police Married Quarters-not much to see but information from David the guide was confusing and made no sense. Upshot of this, we did not get to cross on the Star Ferry or see the Clock tower - one of the reasons we booked the trip - and the guide blamed heavy traffic!! As if the traffic is ever anything else. Cruise was very nice- apart from the weather which spoiled the light show - although food was not very warm and mediocre. Expensive but disappointing day out. Would not recommend this trip and our guide was a bit strange!
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