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DukLing Harbour Cruise: The Victoria Harbor Voyage
The DukLing is a traditional Chinese junk ship that's been a vital part of Hong Kong's history from fishing port to megacity. This tour lets you board the ship and sail through Victoria Harbor, learning about the port’s fascinating history.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour: Classic Ticket
The Classic Ticket lets you see all of Hong Kong’s top landmarks in 1 day. Ride the open-air double-decker bus, and hop off at over 20 stops along the Hong Kong Island Tour, Kowloon Tour, and Stanley Tour. Highlights include Ocean Park, Causeway Bay, Lan Kwai Fong & Soho, and Hankow Road.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus: Deluxe Ticket
With the deluxe ticket, you can hop on and off at different stops on the Hong Kong Island Tour, Kowloon Tour, and Stanley Tour as often as you want for 2 days. Highlights include Man Mo Temple, the Sky100 Tower, the Peak Tram, Kowloon’s night markets, and the neon lights of Nathan Road.
Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus – 2-Day Premium Ticket
This sightseeing bus tour lets you hop on and off at Hong Kong's top sights whenever you want over 2 days.
Ngong Ping 360
In this cable car, you’ll enjoy panoramic views from above between Tung Chung town center and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island – the largest of Hong Kong’s islands. Along the way, you’ll see iconic sights including the South China Sea, North Lantau Country Park, and the Tian Tan Buddha statue. You can also upgrade to a crystal cabin with a glass bottom.
Hong Kong Airport Train Tickets
With this airport express service, you can travel from Hong Kong International Airport to 3 of the city’s major destinations – Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and Tsing Yi. Trains run every 12 minutes.
One-Day Bus Pass
With this ticket, you can ride the shuttle bus as many times as you need throughout the day. You’ll have unlimited access to some of Hong Kong’s most popular attractions, including Stanley, Repulse Bay, Disneyland and the Ngong Ping 360.
Sky100 Observation Deck
Located on the 100th floor of Hong Kong’s tallest building, this observation deck is a great way to see the area’s iconic sights. At over 1,280 feet above sea level, you’ll have panoramic views of the famous Victoria Harbour. You’ll also be in the perfect location to visit Hong Kong’s luxurious mall, "Elements" with its range of stores stretching over 1 million square feet.
Peak Tram & Sky Terrace 428
Visit 2 of Hong Kong’s most iconic attractions: the Peak Tram, which takes you to the top of Victoria Peak, and Sky Terrace 428, the highest observation deck in Hong Kong. During the tram ride, you’ll be surrounded by the beautiful natural landscape, while the sky terrace offers marvelous 360º views of the cityscape.
Hong Kong Island
0.9 miles from downtown
Endure a few light-headed minutes and take a tram up Victoria Peak for views of the Hong Kong skyline. Sun-soaked Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay beckon you to a lazy day by the sea. Set sail for Aberdeen Island aboard a sampan (traditional boat) and lose yourself in the life of a traditional fishing community.
Places to stay from $13 a night
1.8 miles from downtown
Catch a sea breeze in coastal Kowloon. As morning breaks, sport and Tai Chi enthusiasts head to Kowloon Park. Inside, the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre exhibits the roots of British colonial rule. Strike it rich in one of the 400 shops at the Jade Market in Yau Ma Tei, or haggle with shrewd vendors at the Temple Street Night Market.
Places to stay from $9 a night
The bells still toll in St. John’s Cathedral and the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Hit Hollywood Road for galleries, look for critters at the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, or chill out at the eateries along Victoria Harbour. At night, try out your moves at the clubs in expat-filled Lan Kwai Fong.
Places to stay from $65 a night
2.6 miles from downtown
Mong Kok means "busy corner" in Cantonese. Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street sells everything for the modern girl. See Sai Yeung Choi Street for electronics and cosmetics, and the fruit, flower and goldfish markets need no explanation. On a hot day, find air-conditioned comfort at the Sino Centre’s multimedia shops.
Places to stay from $9 a night
Tsim Sha Tsui
1.4 miles from downtown
The city’s busy tourist area mixes shopping and culture. Buy luxury clothing on Canton Road, or grab a bargain at Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard’s factory outlets. The city’s past comes to life at the interactive Hong Kong Museum of History, and kids can take a whirlwind tour of the galaxy at the Hong Kong Space Museum.
Places to stay from $10 a night
1.2 miles from downtown
Wan Chai is a friendly assault on the senses. Walk up Stone Nullah Lane for striking pre-war architecture, or slurp up noodles and congee at the local "Dai Pai Dong" (open-air restaurants). Hong Kong Arts Centre hosts provocative exhibitions year-round. Wan Chai's theaters stage popular musicals with a dash of Broadway panache.
Places to stay from $22 a night
1.8 miles from downtown
Causeway Bay is organized chaos. Shopping centers erupt with shoppers day and night, especially in Hysan Place with its 17 floors of shopping. If elbowing your way to a bargain doesn't appeal, head to Jardine Crescent, a local shopping area with bargains to boot. Exhausted? Reenergize in Victoria Park's open spaces, or listen to the Noonday Gun blast.
Places to stay from $13 a night
Hong Kong is one of the world’s most densely populated places and a unique blend of Chinese and western culture. While ultra-modern towers dominate the skyline, beyond the glass and steel of the commercial district, the inner city remains home to ancient holy shrines, maze-like markets, and historic teahouses.
Explore Kowloon's beautiful feng shui temples like Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin, chaotic markets selling everything from spicy stir-fries to lucky waving cats, and Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade – the best place to view Hong Kong Island and its amazing Symphony of Lights show.
Next, hop on board a Star Ferry headed to Hong Kong Island, the buzzing commercial hub that earned the city its title of East Asia’s financial capital. Ride the funicular to the summit of Victoria Peak to see the city laid out like a row of dominoes in front of a beautiful mountain backdrop.
Even with all the buzz and bustle, Hong Kong still has plenty of quiet places. Spend some time getting lost in Victoria Peak’s woodlands or Kowloon's walled city park. If you're there in the summer, be sure to visit the pristine, white-sand beaches of Clear Water Bay.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||May-July|
|Local currency||HK$ 10 = $1.28|
|Average weekend price||$150 per night|
|Average weekday price||$161 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
“Great place to shop but be prepared to bargain. No toilets or cafes available on same street (which happens to be a long stretch).”
“i like the place and its scenenery specially the over looking view of the cental district by night”
“Very fantastic place for shopping and many restaurants I had tried with good food”
“OMG! If California knows how to party, then they learned how to from HK! This place is so much fun.”
“We went on a night trip and it was raining hard still crowded was not able to ride to the peak so we took a taxi to bring us up to the peak! Enjoyed the view and dinner!”
“Too touristy. Like to see more local establishments and life style instead.”
“Not that great compared to Harbour city at all Wouldn’t recommend anyone to stay in this location. Tsim sha sui is the best location to stay in HK”
“it is nice to have a picture at night with the clock tower because of its lights...”
“There is a hidden restaurant by the name of Van Gogh, I thought it was an Art gallery..I should check that out when we come back.”
“Walk around and check all he different restaurants first before going in to one place. ”
Ocean park, peak tram needs to be in itinerary. 2 day Hong Kong pass is very useful as it has fast pass options. Disney world is good for kids below 10 yes and they will completely enjoy. Space museum gives a very different perspective for kids . We stayed in TST with lot of options for vegetarian. Getting around Hong Kong in train, ferry or bus is easier. Get an octopus card which makes things hassle free. Kowloon park is a must see if time permits
Its good enough to go for one time. But I will not return HK for holiday unless I have extra cash and I have no where else to go. Good roasted goose, roadside snack for eg cheong fun and egg waffle. Weather during this time is just nice. Other than that, I think its a messy crowded city.
No personal mobility devices such as hooverboards in sight. People move quickly and very efficiently. Lots to see in terms of the colonial buildings, parks and from an architectural point of view it’s amazing. Tsui Wah, Kee Wah, fish noodles made out of fish meat were all amazing.
Traveler/foreigner friendly city, excellent metro and bus system, versatile, can go to the beach and see the city on top of the mountain in the same day. Bubba gump restaurant on the peak was great, if you need a change from Asian food. Hong Kong park, beautiful!
Una ciudad para visitar, patear sus calles alucinando con los edificios, tanto con los nuevos rascacielos como con los antiguos de aspecto desastroso, el contraste es alucinante. Muchos sitios para comer, gente muy amable, una red de transporte público muy buena y barata.
With regards to Novotel Nathan, they dont have an in-house ohysician. My son was coughinh , I guess it was becauseof the change in weather. My purposes of the in house physician was just to ask the local brand of anti-allergies and/or ask for a nebulizer. (It was not a serious cough. Im also a physician) If you need a doctor you have to pay 4,000 HK dollars. They gave the address of their on call physician though. Instrad, we sent to Watson and Thanks to the pharmacist at Watson at Jordan, I was able to get a medicine for my son. With the tourist spots we want to, some sale’s ladies were very impolite and rude. The people at toy street at Sham Shui po were very rude—- not good to tourist. Not tourist friendly. Very rude to kids who are naturally would like to see the toys they are selling... i Told Them that if my son Will destroy it, im paying for it! The governments in HK is not promoting Sham Shui po as one of their best tourist spot but I Will not recommmend it.
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