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Tour Code :
C1888
City / Province :
Hongkong
Best tour month :
Four seasons
Type :
Views of the city
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      The Avenue of Stars, modelled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It honours celebrities of the Hong Kong film industry.In 1982, the New World Group built a promenade along the waterfront around the New World Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui East,Kowloon. In 2003, the Group announced it would spend HK$40 million to build the Avenue of Stars, a project supported by the Hong Kong Tourism Board,Tourism Commission, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government and the Hong Kong Film Awards Association.Bruce Lee statue in Hong KongThe avenue was open to the general public on 28 April 2004 with an opening ceremony held the previous day, 27 April 2004. The opening ceremony was presided over by a number of government and industry figures, including Henry Tang (Financial Secretary),Stephen Ip(Secretary for Economic Development and Labour),Patrick Ho(Secretary of Home Affairs),Selina Chow(Chair of Hong Kong Tourism Board),Manfred Wong(Director/Actor), and Cheng Yu Tung (Chair of New World Group); in which the privately funded avenue was handed over to the Hong Kong SAR government as public property. At opening, the avenue honours an initial 73 inductees elected by the Hong Kong Film Awards Association and the readers of City Entertainment.After having managed the avenue for 11 years, its contract is due to expire. It was announced in August 2015 that the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong government would redevelop and expand the avenue jointly with the company.The Hong Kong government declared that the enhancement project would contain limited commercial appeal, and no luxury shops or high-end restaurants would be added.The walkway, very popular with tourists, is to be closed off for three years while the expansion is undertaken.

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    Avenue of stars

      The Avenue of Stars is the eastern node of several tourist attractions along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. In addition to the promenade and New World Centre, a number of attractions exist including the Museum of Art,Space Museum,Cultural Centre and the Clock Tower.Entering from Salisbury Garden, a 4.5-metre-tall replica of the statuette given to winners at the Hong Kong Film Awards greets visitors. Along the 440-metre promenade, the story of Hong Kong's one hundred years of cinematic history is told through inscriptions printed on nine red pillars.Set into the promenade are plaques honouring the celebrities. Some plaques contain hand prints and autographs of the stars set in cement, but most of the plaques only contain celebrities' names as they are now deceased. A 2.5-metre bronze statue of Bruce Lee was erected along the Avenue of Stars in 2005.The promenade commands a stunning panoramic view across Victoria Harbour. At night it is a popular viewing place for the Symphony of Lights display. It is a good place to go to see the glamorous stars of HK.

  • 2 Day Hongkong Highlighted Private Tour

    2 Day Hongkong Highlighted Private Tour

    An autonomous territory, and former British colony, characterised with one of the most vibrant, densely populated urban centres is also a major port and global financial hub with a skyscraper-studded skyline. Hong Kong is definately a major shopping destination, famed for the great City-gate Outlets. Take this custom made tour and experience a penetrating look around the rolling mountains nearby in Ngong Ping 360 and venture to the biggest sitting Bronze Buddha in the world; enjoy an authentic local style lunch in Tai O Fishing Village featuring many local style architecture; admire the HK Convention and Exhibition Centre famous for the Golden Bauhinia statue witnessing the independence of HK from UK; have a panoramic view of the Repulse Bay from the Victoria Peak; and finally enrich your imagination at the Ocean Park.

    Price : from USD 367

  • 1 day city tour of Hong Kong including the Repulse Bay and the Ocean Park

    1 day city tour of Hong Kong including the Repulse Bay and the Ocean Park

    Hong Kong is a fascinating combination of East and West, but it has its own unique and distinctive culture. On the tour, take in Victoria Peak, Hong Kong's number one tourist destination which features the 112 year old Peak Tram leading you to the top for overlooking the Repulse Bay. Besides, the Ocean Park satisfies your imagination on the sea world and animals. Having a close look at Aberdeen Harbor by Sampan makes you venture into another style of life on the water slum. With a guide, you'll get to learn about the city's history and modern-day environment, and receive insider tips on how to enjoy the rest of your stay.

    Price : from USD 197

  • 1-Day Private Tour of Best View In Hongkong with Ocean Park

    1-Day Private Tour of Best View In Hongkong with Ocean Park

    Hong Kong sure is worth a trip as it is the hub of a wide variety of cultures and lifestyles. Get the chance to notice sky touching towers and ponder upon the rooted traditional way of living. A private one day tour provides an impressive experience for those who would like a unique and detailed overview of Hong Kong including Tsingma Bridge offering you panoramic views of the scenery nearby from the viewing platform, a round way trip of Ngong Ping 360 for having a penetrating view of the vistas of the South Sea and mountainous terrain of Lantau Island, the Big Buddha which is one of the largest seated Buddha statues in the world and the ocean park with so many fun activities to feast your eyes and imagination on.

    Price : from USD 227

  • Four day private tour to Hong Kong and Guangzhou including Ocean Park and Pearl river night cruise

    Four day private tour to Hong Kong and Guangzhou including Ocean Park and Pearl river night cruise

    This four days tour takes you to two of China’s most sought-after destinations: Hong Kong and Guangzhou combining the best of the two tourist hot spots including taking a ferry ride through Victoria Harbour for scenic city views, riding the Peak Tram up to Victoria Peak and enjoying a spectacular aerial view of Hong Kong, enjoying the wonder of Ocean Park, visiting the legendary Family Chen Temple, strolling the idyllic Yuyin Gardens, visiting Shameen Island, enjoying a picturesque ferry ride across the Pearl River, admiring panoramic views of Guangzhou from Canton Tower, Marveling at the beautiful scenery in Lotus Mountain and Yuyin Shan Fang. The tour covers lunch, a private vehicle, a friendly guide, train and ferry fares.

    Price : from USD 519

  • 4 day private tour: the best sightseeings of Hongkong and Guangzhou

    4 day private tour: the best sightseeings of Hongkong and Guangzhou

    Join this tour for a "Taste of China" and get a full introduction of Hong Kong's and Guangzhou's top highlights that shouldn't be missed providing you the chance to uncover their rich diversity in cultural heritage and scenic charm. In HK take the tram to the top of Victoria Peak overlooking the Repulse Bay; Experience the City Life from Victoria Harbor, Tsim Sha Tsui, Wong Tai Sin, Nan LIan Garden,and Lantau Island; Take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car and venture into the biggest sitting bronze Buddha in the world; In Guangzhou, view the elegant Yuexie Park; Learn history from relics of Nanyue King Museum; Take a cruise on the Pearl River;Get familiar with the family tree at the Chen Family Temple; Pay homage to Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall; and marvel at the Unique architecture of Liurong Temple.

    Price : from USD 419

  • 6 Days Enchanting Honeymoon tour in Hong Kong and Macau

    6 Days Enchanting Honeymoon tour in Hong Kong and Macau

    Fascinating nightlife, scenic attractions, breath-taking destinations, friendly people and delicious cuisine are the major things that allure this beautiful city. Hong Kong pulls a great crowd of visitors all year round and next to Hong Kong is another inviting place Macau, a small peninsula. Those who come to visit Hong Kong also put Macau in their must visit list which is why we have specially prepared an amazing 6-day package for your honeymoon to allow you to indulge in local flavours in the exotic restaurants of Hong Kong and explore the UNESCO world heritage sites of Macau. Book this tour and grab the best deal; hotel pickup , round-trip vehicle transfers to the ferry terminal, private guides and meals are all inclusive.

    Price : from USD 1038

  • Three-day HK sightseeing tour

    Three-day HK sightseeing tour

    With a history that reads like a classic novel, there's so much to see and do in Hong Kong. Immerse yourself in a city that never stops to experience its vibrance and distinctive blend of the finest Chinese and international cuisine, brands, and entertainment together with celebrated sightseeing attractions. On the tour be part of a shopper's paradise, a cultural kaleidoscope, a vibrant nightlife and the perfect holiday destination. Book this all inclusive package and get the best deals in town.

    Price : from USD 405

  • One day horse racing tour in HK

    One day horse racing tour in HK

    Hong Kong’s horse racing is so embraced with one of the world’s best tracks, this is where world-class race meets manic crowds and it is indeed a must stop whether you want to gamble or just race for fun. Experience the excitement of Hong Kong’s horse racing culture. Choose from two most popular tracks “Happy Valley Racecourse” or the “Sha Tin racecourse”. The package Includes round-trip, hotel transfer and a private guide.

    Price : from USD 95

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