Your tour begins at the Regal Hongkong Hotel in the Causeway Bay area, where you'll meet your guide and head to your first ride of the afternoon—the double-decker tram known as the Ding Ding.
Operating along Hong Kong's bustling streets since 1904, the Ding Ding is still an affordable and leisurely way to get around the city. During your journey, you might pass by neighborhoods such as Wan Chai, Happy Valley, the Western district, Causeway Bay, and North Point. Then head to the Peak Tram, a funicular railway that dates back to 1888 and takes you 1,224 feet (373 meters) up to Victoria Peak for panoramic views of Hong Kong.
Next, pass by attractions and landmarks in downtown Hong Kong aboard an open-top bus, which deposits you at the Mid-Levels Escalator, a covered walkway system that connects the Central district to the Mid-Levels neighborhood, making it easier for locals to traverse Hong Kong's hilly terrain.
Your last experience is the DukLing, a traditional style of Chinese boat known as a junk that cruises across Victoria Harbour. Standing on the deck, take in views of the city as you travel from the Central pier on Hong Kong Island to the Tsim Sha Tsui pier in Kowloon. You can disembark to end your tour at Tsim Sha Tsui, or stay on the boat to return to Central.