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1 Day Hongkong city sightseeing Tour

Experience an exhilarating and memorable tour in the world’s most popular attractions renowned for their incredible landscape, shopping, food paradise and multiple cultures. Spend a hassle-free day exploring Hong Kong with a private guide to show you its top destinations. Discover sights at the Victoria Harbour, enjoy a ride on the tram to acknowledge the scenic Victoria Peak, take a leisure stroll on Aberdeen Peak then head to the famous Repulse Bay and make a stop at the Stanley Market.

Tour Code :
A0093
Duration :
1 days
Destinations :
Hongkong
Departure date :
Everyday
Tour Type :
Private Tour
From $141
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    Day 1 Hongkong           

    Hongkong: the Victoria Harbor-Tower of Victoria Peak-Aberdeen Village-the Repulse Bay-Stanley market   

    Our tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel in the morning then start you off at Hong Kong's signature attraction: the Victoria Harbor with an immense crowd of skyscrapers arched around the waters of the harbour with jaw dropping views. One of the best places to view the Harbour is from the Tower of Victoria Peak where you will be driven to take the 112-year old Peak Tram giving you an unbeatable experience and scenery.

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      Victoria Harbour

    Then next we will move to the Aberdeen Fishing Village from where you can get acquainted with the charming fishing village that is not so far away from the heart of Hong Kong taking you back in time and be sure to take note of the many luxury yachts belonging to the exclusive Aberdeen Marina Club. Afterwards, proceed to the Repulse Bay with clear water and silver sand providing a quiet and fantastic scenery outside the hustle and bustle Hong Kong city.

    The tour then shuts down at the Stanley market; one of the most popular shopping paradises to test your bargaining skills in the perfect place to find silk garments, sportswear, Chinese antiques and souvenirs. This will then be followed by hotel drop off.  

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      Stanley market

Person(s)/$ 1 2-5 6-9 ≥10
Price per person

Inclusions

      1. Entrance tickets
      2. Air-conditioned tour coach
      3. Tour guide
      4. Typical Chinese lunch
      5. Travel causality insurance
     

Exclusions

        1. Tips to the guide and driver
      2. Personal expense.
      3. Hotel (We can book hotel for you according to your request)

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    Victoria Peak

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      Victoria Harbour, which might be the world's finest, separates Hong Kong Island from the Kowloon Peninsula.Its deep waters were instrumental in the establishment of a British colony in the early 19th century here and its presence has served to greatly shape the evolution of modern day Hong Kong.

      Today, vast numbers of skyscrapers line its shores while traditional junks, ferries, cruise ships and even tankers ply its waters,day and night.

      Victoria Harbour also hosts world-class fireworks displays,the most famous being the annual 23-minute display held during Chinese New Year.It is illuminates the skyline at night,allowing lasting memories and excellent photos to be made of one of the world’s finest harbours.

      Hong Kong Skyline (Often Considered the World’s Best)

      The prominent feature of Victoria Harbour is the fantastic Hong Kong Skyline is not something easily missed as it dominated much of what you can see from the popular areas where you will likely spent much of your time sightseeing in Hong Kong.

      There are many places to view Hong Kong's lovely skyline. The best being the TST Promenade and Avenue of Stars, looking over Victoria Harbour directly at the Hong Kong Island skyline. This image is beautiful in the morning and when the sun is at your back, allowing you to see the skyline with a blue sky behind Victoria Peak. However, the very best time to see the fantastic Hong Kong skyline is at night when the buildings are lit up and reflecting off of the harbour.

      Where to see Victoria Harbor?Enjoying Victoria Harbour from Up High and on the WaterView from The Peak (HK Island – Best View of Harbour)

      The location of the‘classic postcard’ shot of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong.The world famous Victoria Peak is the best location for viewing Victoria Harbour while on HK Island.From this vantage point, visitors can appreciate the vast size of the harbour while admiring its formation, water traffic and beauty.Best pictures are made on clear sky days with the sun at your back or pretty much every night when the skyline is lit up against the darkness of night.

      Traditionally,the favourite means for visiting Victoria Peak is by taking the equally famous and historically important Peak Tram found at the Peak Tram Terminus in the Central District of Hong Kong Island.

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    Victoria Peak

      Sky 100 (Kowloon, 100th/fl of the ICC building)

      New York City has the Empire State Building and the Rockefeller Centre for bird’s eye views of the city.Now Hong Kong has the International Commerce Centre (ICC) and its 100th floor Observation Decks, called Sky 100.This relatively new attraction, allows visitors a chance to view Victoria Harbour from up in the clouds on the Kowloon side of the harbour.Sky 100 can be found in the ICC building, near the Kowloon MTR station.

      Historic Star Ferry (Best View on the water)

      Taking a harbour cross or even just making a single crossing is a favourite way to visit Victoria Harbour and there is no better way to do this then by taking a ride on the historic and iconic Star Ferry which ferries passengers between TST (Kowloon)and Central(HK Island) and Wan Chai (HK Island) for the pocket change price of HK$2.50 (US$0.32) per adult, HK$1.50 (US$0.19) per child. Or you can book a tourist (HK$34) that is good for four days, allowing lots of time, day and night for crossing Victoria Harbour.

      It can be said that this might be the best US$1.00 you might ever spend for a family of four.

      For longer harbour cruises, visitors can book tickets on the evening harbor cruise and the hop-on/hop-off afternoon services available with Star Ferry. The boats allocated for these services leave every hour from the three major piers; including Wan Chai (HK Island) and make a slow circular route around Victoria Harbor, allowing much more time on the water to admire the harbour.

      Aqua Luna (traditional “junk” harbour cruise)

      An alternative to the ferry-boat harbour cruise offered by the Star Ferry company, visitors can also cruise the harbour in a traditional junk-boat on the Aqua Luna ship.This recently famous ship with the bright red sails, offers a more comfortable and atmospheric environment yet comes at a noticeably higher price.

      You board the Aqua Luna in both TST and Central but most passengers load at the TST embarkation point, which is on the promenade past the Avenue of Stars towards the Clock Tower.The sailing is approximately 45 minutes and ticket comes with one beverage.

      Enjoying Victoria Harbour from KowloonTsim Sha Tsui Promenade

      This is the second spot for ‘classic postcard’ views and picture taking of the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Skyline. At ground level, there are no better place to spend time on Victoria Harbour than the Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) Promenade in Kowloon.The TST Promenade hosts large crowds during the annual Chinese New Year fireworks display and other events during the year.It is routinely crowded with tourist groups seeking views of the harbour.Best viewing is at night when the Hong Kong Skyline illuminates off the harbour waters.

      For more peaceful visits, you might want to visit first thing in the morning before the majority of visitors arrive.If you go early enough, you can have the entire promenade to yourself and the few morning joggers that take to its path.

      Avenue of Stars

      An area within the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, identified as the Avenue of Stars, is a Hollywood like area where famous Hong Kong Stars have left hand imprints.A popular Bruce Lee statue and more outstanding views of the harbour and skyline can be seen here.

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    Victoria Peak

      This particular area gets very busy during much of the day and can be less enjoyable than other areas of the TST Promenade.

      Symphony of Lights

      Some love the Symphony of Lights while others hate it.Rightly or wrongly this nightly show is heavily promoted and on most everyone’s to do list in Hong Kong.Its free and takes place at night, which is one of the very best times to see the harbour.


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    Repulse bay

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      Repulse Bay, located in the southern part of Hong Kong Island, is the most spectacular bay in the region. Its name comes from a 19th century battle in which the British army repulsed attacking pirates. Today, the place is a luxurious residential area for dining, relaxation, and aquatic activities.

      The beach stretches long with clear azure blue water gently lapping the seashore. Its sand is golden and soft. With water temperatures ranging from 16℃ (60.8℉) to 26℃ (80.6℉) year round, it is a mecca for locals and visitors alike to escape the heat.

      Swimming is obviously popular and the bay is outfitted for safety with shark prevention nets and floating platforms. During the summer, lifeguards are on duty.

      Besides aquatic activities, there are extensive facilities for visitors. Barbecue racks are available under the shade near the beach. In addition, the area is dotted with hotels, supermarkets, and cafes. A lighthouse near the beach is a popular place to take photos. Watching the sunset is another popular pastime for visitors. The Zhenhai Tower Park, built in the traditional Chinese style, is located near the beach. Huge statues of the Queen of Heaven and the God of Mercy (Kwan-yin) sit in front of the park.The Repulse Bay Tower was rebuilt on the site of the Repulse Bay Hotel. Now, it's a building for residence. In its front is the Shopping Plaza. In it, many restaurants and shops can be found.

      Additionally, you may go to the Deep Water Bay, Middle Bay or South Bay, if time is not so pressing. They are all prefect bathing beaches, not far from the Repulse Bay.

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    Repulse bay

      How to Get There:

      You can take the subway to get off at Central Station first and then go out of the station to the Exchange Plaza through the Exit A. At the Exchange Square, there are buses running there, including Buses No.6, 6A, 6X and 260. The bus ticket costs around HK$7.9. As the bus driver doesn't give you change, you'd better prepare some small money before getting on the bus.

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    Stanley market

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      Stanley market is a delight for shoppers , filled with stalls , shops and innovative restaurants.

      Stanley market is a popular shopping area packed with kiosks selling curios , clothing and handicrafts.

      Stanley market road : operates from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm on Saturdays and 11:00 am to 6:00 pm on Sundays and public holidays.

      You can walk from stanley village bus terminus , then via stanley new street and stanley market road to stanley main street , murray house , tin hau temple & stanley plaza.

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    Stanley market


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    Victoria Harbour

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      Victoria Harbour is a natural landform harbour situated between Hong Kong Island and Kowloonin Hong Kong. The harbour's deep,sheltered waters and strategic location on the South China Sea were instrumental in Hong Kong's establishment as a British colony and its subsequent development as a trading centre.Long famous for its spectacular views,the harbour is a major tourist attraction of Hong Kong. Lying in the middle of the territory's dense urban region,the harbour is the site of annual fireworks displays and its promenades are popular gathering places for tourists and residents.

      Victoria Harbour covers an area of about 41.88 k㎡ as of 2004. The eastern boundary is generally considered to be the line formed between the westernmost extremity of Siu Chau Wan and A Kung Ngam. The western boundary is generally considered to consist of a line drawn from the westernmost point of Hong Kong Island to the westernmost point ofGreen Island, thence a straight line drawn from the westernmost point of Green Island to the southeastern-most point of Tsing Yi, thence along the eastern and northern coastal lines of Tsing Yi to its westernmost extremity, and thence a straight line drawn true north towards the mainland.

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    Victoria Harbour

      The Victoria Harbour is world-famous for its dramatic panoramic night view and skyline, particularly in the direction towards Hong Kong Island where the skyline of skyscrapers is superimposed over the ridges behind. Among the best places to view the harbour are the Peak Tower atop Victoria Peak, or from the piazza at the Cultural Centreor the promenade of Tsim Sha Tsui on the Kowloon side. Rides on the Star Ferry, particularly the route between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui, are another popular way to view the harbour and cityscape.

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    Aberdeen village

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        Aberdeen village is a town on southwest Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. The name "Aberdeen" refer to the areas of Aberdeen (town), Wong Chuk Hang, Ap Lei Chau, Tin Wan and Wah Kwai Estate , but it is more often used to refer to the town only. According to the population census conducted in 2011, the total population of the Aberdeen area is approximately 80,000.
      Aberdeen is famous not only to tourists but also to Hong Kong locals for its floating village and floating seafood restaurants located in the Aberdeen Harbour. The Tanka people, who used to live on boats in the Aberdeen Harbour, are generally associated with the fishing industry, and there are still several dozens of them living on boats in the harbour. This town is named Aberdeen in memory of George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1852-1855) and former Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (1841-1846).
      Aberdeen Harbour is the harbour between Aberdeen (town) and Ap Lei Chau, and is one of the nine harbours in Hong Kong. It is known for its view and is a popular tourist spot. During the fishing moratorium and typhoon weather, the Aberdeen Typhoon Shelters have provided a parking spot for fishing vessels owned by local fishermen.
      The quaint and charming Aberdeen Fishing Village is not far from the hustle and bustle of the heart of Hong Kong, but seems like light-years away from it all, at first look. Here you see rows upon rows of the old-fashioned junks and sampans, some house boats where the fishermen and their families still live, (at least for some 9 months of the year) all going on their daily routines, which now include mobile phones and satellite dishes.
      It is a very picturesque scene, with the unexpected touch of modernity right and left. The high-rises framing the harbour and the ultra-modern yacths moored not far away complete this picture of contrasts.
      Aberdeen Fishing Village and the Aberdeen Harbour are a feast for photographers and very much worth a look, you can get a sense for what things were like long ago and how modern life is catching up to the old traditions, which stubbornly co-exist with contemporary amenities.
      Aberdeen Harbour has the distinct honour of being the first place where the British set foot upon arriving in Hong Kong. Back then, Aberdeen was the center of the incense trade, this is how Hong Kong got its name, it literally means "Fragrant Harbour". Aberdeen continues to be a thriving and busy harbour, and is still home to the boat-dwelling Tanka people. You will see the old ladies still dressed in traditional ways, peddling the catch of the day and the sampan rides around the harbour for the tourists, these are two of Aberdeen's main industries at work, fishing and tourism.

    Aberdeen village

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