Tours of Victoria Peak
There are a number of commercial tours of the Victoria Peak area which will be a good introduction to the area. Some tours which cover this area of Kowloon are listed below, or you can try all or part of our Walking Tour.
SELF GUIDED TOURS
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Enjoy sweeping city views over a lovely meal at Hong Kong's Victoria Peak, followed by a cruise on famous Victoria Harbour with unlimited drinks. This is a great way to spend an evening on the town in Hong Kong!
Your evening starts with a meal at the Bubba Gump Shrimp
Company (Bubba Gump's), located atop The Peak Tower on Hong
Kong's Victoria Peak. Enjoy dishes such as baby-back ribs,
grilled fish and Cajun shrimp as you soak in amazing, sweeping
views of the city and harbor below you.
After dinner, join the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong with a stroll along the busy, narrow lanes of the exciting Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon.
To complete your evening, relax on a 55-minute Victoria Harbour cruise aboard a Chinese junk boat. Enjoy unlimited drinks while witnessing the mesmerizing reflections of Hong Kong's gorgeous multicolored neon lights mirrored on water.
See all the highlights of Hong Kong Island on a five-hour orientation tour. If this is your first visit to Hong Kong, this comprehensive half-day tour is a great way to get to know Hong Kong Island and its famous landmarks and history. Hong Kong is ever-changing, so this tour is sure to refresh old memories for return visitors.
You'll start your tour with a tram ride up Victoria Peak for panoramic views of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the surrounding islands. You'll pass picturesque Repulse Bay on the way to your next destination, the famous fishing village of Aberdeen. Here you'll see Hong Kong's junk-dwelling floating community still very much a part of Hong Kong life. You'll have the option to board a sampan (at an additional cost), for a close-up view of waterborne life.
Next you'll visit the famous Stanley Market, where you can pick up bargains at just a fraction of the price in town. Your tour of Hong Kong Island concludes with a short visit to a well-known jewelry factory, where craftsmen fashion meticulous works of art from gold and gems.
Other Hong Kong tours
Take a day trip to Lantau Island, Hong Kong's largest island, and discover pristine beaches, traditional fishing villages, lush valleys, soaring mountains and spiritual enlightenment. Your full day tour includes a guided visit to Po Lin Monastery, the Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall and a 5.7 kilometer cable car journey offering spectacular views of Lantau Island and the South China Sea.
Your day trip from Hong Kong begins with a trip on an express
ferry across Hong Kong's harbor to Lantau Island. You'll then board
a coach to beautiful Cheung Sha Beach, Hong Kong's longest beach.
Next it's on to the unique Tai O fishing village, where the local
fishermen's homes are built on stilts.
Your coach will take you up a winding mountain road to Ngong Ping Plateau, where the Giant Buddha sits majestically, close to the Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery. More than 111 feet (34 meters) high, Hong Kong's amazingly big Buddha is the world's largest, seated, outdoor bronze Buddha.
You'll have ample time to enjoy a guided tour of the colorful Po Lin Monastery and the Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall. A short walk away is the Wisdom Path where an ancient prayer is inscribed on a series of wooden columns set in a figure of eight to signify infinity. You'll be served a traditional Buddhist vegetarian meal at the monastery, followed by an optional visit to the culturally themed Ngong Ping Village.
Your tour concludes with a cable-car ride down the mountain. This 25-minute journey offers breathtaking panoramic views of the South China Sea, the lush mountains and valleys and the awe-inspiring Giant Buddha statue. From Tung Chung Village return to Kowloon or Hong Kong Island by coach.
Please note: This tour is NOT recommended for elderly or disabled passengers due to restricted access on and off the ferry boat and Ngong Ping cable car.
Important update: Please note that on the dates September 17-21 and December 5-6, the Ngong Ping cable car will be temporarily suspended. On these dates, you will instead be taken by coach from Ngong Ping Village to Tung Chung and onto your hotel.
Complete your visit to Hong Kong with a day trip to Macau, once the oldest European settlement in the Orient. You'll sail across the sea from Hong Kong to Macau on a jetfoil or catamaran, and see all the sights of this fascinating former Portuguese colony and World Heritage listed site.
Macau is 37 miles (60 km) south-west of Hong Kong, a 60-minute
trip by catamaran or jetfoil. You'll explore Macau's historic center,
the 31st designated UNESCO World Heritage site in China.
- Evocative ruins of the historic church of St Paul, a grand imposing facade of an early 16th century church designed by Italians and built by Japanese Christian exiles
- You'll drive along Guia Circuit where the Macau Grand Prix is held
- Stop at the statue of Kum Iam, the Goddess of Mercy
- Macau Tower, the 11th highest tower in the world. Entry to the observation deck is optional (payable direct)
- A-Ma Temple, a graceful chapel built in 1488
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Visit mainland China on a full day tour from Hong Kong and see some of China's iconic sights. You'll meet an adorable panda at a safari park, see an amazing display of Qin Dynasty Terracotta Warriors and their horses, and tour the city of Guangzhou, formerly known as Canton.
Your full-day trip to mainland China starts with a 50-minute catamaran ride and coach trip to Shekou Industrial Zone, China's first Special Economic Zone. During weekdays, outside school holidays, you'll visit a kindergarten, and then it's on to a safari park to see the Chinese panda. If time permits, you'll also visit a market to experience everyday life in China.
Your visit to the Exhibition Hall in Shekou is a must, for the display of Qin Dynasty Terracotta Warriors and Horses unearthed in Xian, acclaimed as the Eighth Wonder of the World. You'll also see bronze wares more than 2000 years old, wall paintings, and porcelain and pottery from the Tang Dynasty also unearthed in Xian.
Your day trip continues to Guangzhou, one of the largest cities in southern China. After lunch at a local Chinese restaurant, you'll take a city tour of Guangzhou, the political, economic and cultural heart of Guangdong province. Highlights include the Six Banyan Tree Temple and the Memorial Hall of Dr. Sun Yat Sen.
After visiting Guangzhou, you'll return to Hong Kong by express train to Kowloon Station and Hong Kong Island transfer.
Please note: Your tour will not be confirmed unless you
provide the following information at time of booking. This is required
for your China Group Visa.
- Full Name
- Date of Birth
- Passport Number
- Hotel name whilst staying in Hong Kong
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Experience the magic of Hong Kong at night with an evening cruise on Hong Kong's dazzling Victoria Harbour, then feast on a nine-course Chinese dinner at Aberdeen's famous Jumbo Floating Restaurant.
On your relaxing evening cruise around Hong Kong's harbor you'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar onboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing tour boat while you watch Hong Kong light up.
After your evening cruise on Hong Kong's floodlit harbor, you'll travel to Aberdeen by luxury motor coach for a superb Chinese banquet dinner at the famous Jumbo Floating Restaurant, Hong Kong's most renowned floating restaurants. Spectacularly illuminated at night, the Jumbo looks like a floating palace from the imperial era and is moored at Aberdeen harbor on the southern tip of Hong Kong Island. On your return to central Hong Kong you'll make a stop at the Mid-Levels lookout for a glittering night view of Hong Kong and Kowloon.
Hong Kong's harbor dazzles with neon at night, but the synchronized Symphony of Lights laser show takes the nightly spectacle to another level. Cruise Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing junk and enjoy an uninterrupted view of this dazzling light show for an unforgettable evening in Hong Kong.
On your 1.5-hour evening cruise around Hong Kong's harbor you'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar while you watch one of the world's greatest lightshows unfold.
The highlight of your evening harbor cruise is the 20-minute Symphony of Lights show, a spectacular display of laser beams bouncing off 33 key skyscrapers on both sides of the harbor. Accompanied by synchronized music and commentary, the sound and light display depicts the growth of Hong Kong from a sleepy fishing village to the dynamic world-class city it is today.
The Hong Kong Symphony of Lights display showcases the vibrant and glamorous night vistas of Victoria Harbour, one of the world's most impressive natural harbors.
Discover Hong Kong's rural beauty away from the bustling streets, neon lights and the skyscrapers. 'The Land Between' tour will allow you to see another side of Hong Kong and it stands both as a gentle reminder of Hong Kong's past as well as a symbol of its hopes and dreams for the future. Lunch as well as coach transportation are included.
Your first stop is the Yuem Yuen Institute, which demonstrates
the significance of contributions from Confucian, Taoist and Buddhist
to the local society. Then it's out into the countryside, past banana
plantations and up the tallest mountain in Hong Kong, Tai Mo Shan,
for a panoramic view of Hong Kong Island and the industrial town
of Tsuen Wan to the south. 'The Land Between' continues heading
north through the lush, rural landscapes passing both Shek Kong
and Lam Chuen Valley enroute to the traditional rural market at
Luen Wo. Here you can browse among colorful stalls piled high with
dried fish, herbs and vegetables, fresh fruit and flowers - a pungent
Then it's time to head to the border of Hong Kong and China, stopping at Luk Keng. Close by is a Hakka Village and a bird sanctuary where Chinese pond herons and night herons nest. Next, it's a trip through the Plover Cove Country park, and on to the fishing village of Sam Mun Tsai to see how local fisherfolk breed fish in submerged cages.
Finally, your tour will return to Hong Kong via the new industrial town of Tai Po, the Chinese University and Sha Tin, once a sleepy village and now the site of an impressive new town. In Sha Tin, visit the state-of-the-art Sha Tin Racecourse (this stop will be omitted on race days). The tour concludes with a Chinese lunch at a popular restaurant in the New Territories.
Combine sightseeing and gourmet seafood on your evening out in Hong Kong. First, you'll take an evening cruise on Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese tour boat, then you'll sail to Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village for a sumptuous Chinese Dinner at the renowned Hoi Tin Garden Restaurant.
On your relaxing evening cruise around on Hong Kong's floodlit
harbor you'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar onboard
a traditional Chinese tour boat.
After your cruise on Hong Kong's bustling harbor, you will disembark at the Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village on Hong Kong's Eastern Harbor, renowned by gourmets as Hong Kong's seafood paradise. After a brief walk through the traditional Chinese seafood market, you'll enjoy a sumptuous Chinese dinner at the Hoi Tin Garden Restaurant.
On your return journey to Hong Kong Island or Kowloon, you'll enjoy more glittering harbor views by night.
9-course Chinese banquet menu
The following 9-course Chinese meal will be served to a table seating 6-10 or more people. A table seating 5 or less people will be served with 7 dishes at the restaurant's discretion.
- Minced chicken and sweet corn soup
- Steamed fresh prawns
- Deep fried squid with chili and salt
- Scallops steamed with garlic
- Steamed fish in traditional Cantonese style
- Fresh oyster in batter
- Spare ribs in sweet and sour sauce
- Seasonal vegetables
- Fried rice in Yeung Chau style
Join this Hong Kong cruise to witness the world's pinkest dolphins at play!
Be amazed - these dolphins, found between Hong Kong and Macau,
are pinker than the Boto dolphins in the Amazon River in South America
and live within a few kilometers of one of the world's busiest shipping
centers and most densely populated urban area.
The Pearl River Delta, between Hong Kong and Macau, is home to around a thousand Indo-pacific Humpback dolphins, Sousa chinensis. For some unknown reason, populations of this species along the Chinese coast are bright pink. They are the world's pinkest dolphins - pinker even than the Boto dolphins in the Amazon River in South America- and they live near Hong Kong, within a few kilometers of the world's busiest shipping center and most densely populated urban area.
Chosen as the official mascot of the 1997 handover ceremony, the dolphins are threatened by pollution, over fishing and reclamation. This trip is designed to minimize disturbance to the dolphins, therefore these lovely creatures are comfortable with the vessel being used and sometimes come quite close.
96% of trips have successful sightings. If no dolphins are seen, passengers are entitled to take another dolphin cruise at no extra cost - subject to availability.