Step aboard the Star Ferry and get hit by a wave of nostalgia that takes you back to the 1920s. The "Shining Star" is a recreation of the old boats that used to sail along Victoria Harbour and was the main transport link between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Choose from four different tours, the regular harbour tour during the day, the night tour to experience the cool air and city nightlife, the Tsing Ma Bridge Tour, or the ICC Lights Show and Symphony of Lights Harbour Cruise - get up to four different experiences aboard the Shining Star. Once you're on the ship, turn in your voucher for a refreshment, then enjoy the views of Victoria Harbour, including popular attractions along the harbour - quite the trip down memory lane!
Paddle underneath the stars along the coastline of Cheung Chau island with this evening night paddle activity and get to see Cheung Chau from a completely different perspective! Just bring yourself, a companion (or an entire group of travelers!), and prepare yourself for an experience you'll never forget. Meet up with the tour group at the Windsurf Centre, learn the basics of kayaking thanks to your professional instructors, and paddle away. Row along the coastline and who knows? You might even see the bioluminescent algae light up the sea below you. After your sea kayaking activity is done, you can head down to the town and visit the night markets. Grab some drinks and indulge in the local products (at own cost) - a perfect way to end the evening!
Ease into your Hong Kong adventure upon your arrival in Central. Save some valuable time exploring the city with a well-curated itinerary for a hassle-free exploration around the cosmopolitan. Get to visit cultural sites, grand architectural establishments, and street food stalls in every corner. Dive first to the towering skycrapers of the IFC building and Hang Seng Bank Headquarter before taking the Mid-level escalator. Take a stroll along SoHo district, the famous destination for all your entertainment motives. Sip on a refreshment along the way at Kung Lee, a small shop specializing in the sweetest sugarcane juice. Witness cultural yet hip institutions at the PMQ, which gives off a cool market vibe with a revolving art and design space. Visit the Man Mo Temple before moving on to the Upper Lascar Row, an antique site for those who have a penchant for nostalgia. As you near the end, take a brief stop at the Dried Seafood Market for some of the best delicacies. The tour ends at Western Market, an Edwardian-style complex building comprised of souvenir shops, restaurants, and chic cafés.
Reconnect with nature with this two day hiking and camping tour that takes you to Hong Kong's most idillic natural locations in Sai Kung. A district in the New Territories of Hong Kong, Sai Kung is known for its beautiful beaches, camping and hiking spots - places you may not realize exist outside the concrete jungle of the city center! Meet up with your guide to kick off your two day tour. From there, head off to the Hong Kong Global Geopark to hike and take it the incredible and unique nature of the area. Once you reach your camping location, set up camp, cook your meals under the stars and take in your beautiful surroundings. Spend the day in nature however you like, but make sure to take this opportunity to stargaze, and you might even be lucky enough to see a shooting star! The next day, hike down to one of the most beautiful and remote beaches in Hong Kong, Long Ke Beach and stroll along the shore. After a day of relaxing by the beach, hike back to the town and return refreshed and feeling like you're ready for anything!
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What people are saying about Night Tours in Hong Kong
We were a group of 7 ranging in age from the nine years old to in the fifties. We are all reasonably fit but with limited to no kayaking experience. Anthony and Shreya adapted to all of our abilities so skillfully, the experience was fun, challenging, and highly entertaining. The sight of Hong Kong and Cheng Chau islands from the sea as the sun sets is just beautiful. We worked pretty hard, figuring out the technicalities of kayaking on the open water but we were gifted with a perfect evening too. We saw stars and moon which are not always visible in the Hong Kong night sky. Thank you, Anthony and Shreya!
This is a great way to see Hong Kong in a day. We were with 2 kids who would be exhausted with all the walking to visit and see several places in a day. This tour made it possible for us. The walking tour though has to be paced right so guests won't have to sprint to the last departing bus.
The tour is worth the price.
Such an amazingly insightful experience. Our tour guide was so informative and friendly, I even got to experience a tram ride. Definitely wear comfortable shoes and save space on your camera for tons of pictures. Bring cash and credit card for purchases you might want to make while touring. I would definitely recommend this tour if you want to get the most out of your time in Hong Kong :)
I've visited Hong Kong many times with my family and friends but the walking tour has brought me to places I've never visited before. Monica, our guide, is very personable, helpful and informative. My children and I really enjoyed the 2.5 hours walking tour. Loved the milk tea and egg tart. We bought many goodies along the way. We'll be visiting some of the spots again on our own today. This tour is highly recommended! Just ensure you wear comfortable walking shoes.
This walking tour is awesome! My friend and I had a great afternoon with our tour guide, Matthew. He was very energetic and told us a lot of fun facts about Hong Kong along the way. We had lots of fun together, he taught us how to pronounce some Cantonese phrases and he shared with us some insider tips about Central and Sheung Wan district. The best thing with this tour was that we had a chance to try some local street food – freshly baked egg tart and iced milk tea. We highly recommend this tour, this is definitely a must-do thing in Hong Kong if you are just staying here for just 2-3 days.
Fun and informative tour, I highly recommend it. The route in itself required a lot of walking but the stops and attractions were places that one would only get to discover through the help of a local guide. Monica never ran out of trivia and factoids to share and she would always draw our attention to things of interest that we would encounter along the way. We had to endure a sudden downpour and some isolated showers but we managed to complete the tour without skipping any places on the itinerary. Will definitely check out the places she recommended to visit and dine in on our next HK trip.