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One Day Hong Kong City Tour

One Day Tour Star Ferry - Victoria Harbor - Victoria Peak - Peak Tower - Avenue of Stars - Shopping on Harbor City - A Symphony of Light - Temple Night Street Market
Victoria Harbor
A perfect day tour in Hong Kong should be with a nice start - Dim Sum, a traditional Cantonese breakfast. No matter where you stay, Hong Kong Island, Kowloon side or New Territories, you can easily find a Dim Sum restaurant nearby your hotel. A good idea is to ask your hotel staff for suggestion.

After breakfast, you can leave for the Victoria Peak, one of the highlights of this one day Hong Kong city tour. If you stay in Kowloon, just take the Star Ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui to cross Victoria Harbor. This is a Hong Kong icon and a must-do experience for travelers. The fare is HK$2.5 in weekdays and HK$3.4 during weekends. Traveling time to Hong Kong Island is roughly 8 to 10 minutes. In order to enjoy the best view of the harbor and the impressive skylines, you would better stay in the upper deck.

Upon arrival at the Central Pier, you can take bus 15C to the Peak Tram Lower Terminus on Garden Road, where you board the Peak Tram up to the Victoria Peak. Ticket charge: HK$32 for one way and HK$45 for round trip to the Victoria Peak. The tram ride takes around 7 minutes. Please take the seats on the right side when you going uphill to make sure that you enjoy the beautiful view and take photo at the best angle. Once on the top, you will see the Peak Tower, one of the most stylish architectural icons in Hong Kong. Inside the Tower, there are many restaurants, shops and entertainment areas. On the top floor, it is the Sky Terrace 428. With its outdoor 360 degree viewing deck, it is the best place to enjoy the magnificent views and skylines of Hong Kong. The combo ticket of the Peak tram and Sky Terrace 428 is HK$77 for the single way and HK$90 for the roundtrip.
Peak Tram
After that, you might want to take a break and have lunch in the Peak Tower. Please be aware that the food price in the restaurants on the top is much higher than in the rest of Hong Kong. You may take the tram down and take bus 15C to the Star Ferry Terminal. Just opposite the Terminal, it is the IFC shopping mall, where you could have lunch.

Afterwards, take the Star Ferry back to Kowloon and visit the Avenue of Stars nearby the pier. In the Avenue, you will not only see more than 100 different handprint plaques of local movie stars, including Bruce Lee and Jacky Chen, but also enjoy Hong Kong's skylines by walking along the Victoria Harbor. (Note: The Avenue of Stars has been closed for repair and it is expected to be completed around the end of 2018.)

Continue your independent tour to the largest shopping mall in Hong Kong - the Harbor City, which is just several minutes walking from the Star Ferry Terminal. If you are not interested in shopping, you may turn to the nearby Hong Kong Art Museum or Hong Kong Space Museum. Do not miss the starting time of A Symphony of Light at 20:00 daily. This spectacular multimedia show of light and sound lasts for about 13 minutes, which involves more than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbor. The show is free for public enjoyment and no admission ticket is required.

Hong Kong is one of the most famous sleepless cities in the world. You should not miss the unique and delightful nightlife there. If you are not too exhausted from the trip, you may consider visiting the Temple Night Street Market. It is a popular street bazaar, packed with shopping stands, restaurants, fortune tellers and opera singers. The market opens everyday at about 18:00 till the midnight.
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Questions & Answers
Asked by Johnny cheung from AUSTRALIA | Dec. 18, 2017 06:07Reply
What bus I will ride from hkia to Costco hotel hongkong?
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Answered by Amenda from UNITED KINGDOM | Dec. 18, 2017 20:14
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Take Bus A10 to the Westwood, Belcher’s Street, and then walk southwest for 2 minutes to your hotel. It takes about 50 minutes and 50HKD.
Asked by may from PHILIPPINES | Nov. 17, 2017 04:26Reply
How to go to rambler oasis hotel from hongkong airport
we are planning to book at rambler oasis hotel on january. how to go there from hk airport, bus? taxi? how much thus it cost.? we are all four 2 adults and 2kids
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Answered by Mina from SINGAPORE | Nov. 19, 2017 21:52
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Take bus no. A32 and get off at Ching Tao House Cheung Ching Estate. Then walk to the hotel in a few minutes. It costs 19HKD and takes around 35min.

By taxi, it costs 200-220HKD.

Or you can take Express Train to Tsing Yi, then change to hotel free shuttle bus to get there.
Asked by RADHAKRISHNAN | Aug. 18, 2016 22:01Reply
Recognized Travel Agents for HK sight seeing.
Is there any Travel Agencies (from HKIA) to cover important tourist locations in Hong Kong during my layover period of 8 Hours please? what will be time and cost, any idea please?
Thanks in advance,
Radhakrishnan
India
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Answered by Wendy | Aug. 19, 2016 01:45
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Actually, I would suggest you arrange the sightseeing in HK on your own as the cost in this city is quite high. It is very easy for you to explore by yourself with convenient transportation there. You can make use of the time to visit Victoria Harbour or Victoria Peak, but it may take a while to queue up for the cable car to the peak. Alternatively, you may also visit Ngong Ping 360, which is not far away from the airport.
Asked by damini from INDIA | Jun. 02, 2016 04:44Reply
Hongkong itinerary and transport
Hi I would like to know where can I get discounted HongKong sightseeing tickets?

Also which is the cheapest way to reach from Airport to Kowloon Harbour front Hotel, in Hung Hom?

If I take a Ferry from Hung Hom, does it only go to North Point? How much is the ticket for adult?

Which all attractions can I cover in North Point?

Can octopus be used on the ferry?

I have to travel to Macao, Rio Hotel, from where Do I board a ferry close to Kowloon harbour front to Macau? Do I have to do advance tickets? Can I use octopus for this booking?

I will reach Macau by afternoon and leave next afternoon, please suggest what to see and transport details from Rio HotelR. de Luis Gonzaga Gomes,

Also need advice for transport from Kowloon harbour front HOtel to Peak Tram, Sky 100, NP 360, Star Ferry, Stanley.


I would like to see the dragon boat race, which is the closest point from my hotel and how do I reach? And what would be the fare and travel duration?

I reach on 9th and am there till 14th morning, how do I plan my hong kong sightseeing? I would like to cover the, Victoria peak, Stanley, Repulse BAy, Aberdeen, Tai O, Star Ferry, TST, Ladies Market, temple Market, IFC Mall, Golden BaUhinia, Times Square, SOHO, Clock Tower, Causeway Bay, Symphony of lights, Man Mo Temple, Big Buddha, Ding DIng TRam. Please tell me how do I reach, would prefer ferry, MTR and bus as options of travel, unless cab is cheaper. Also tell me fare and travel time. If there is anything I missed please tell me.I do not wish to go to ocean park, disneyland, or Tussad sor other museums. I really appreciate your service.
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Answered by Shirely | Jun. 02, 2016 20:28
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Hi, the octopus card can be used in all the transporation in Hong Kong. You can take airport bus to the hotels, which is the cheapest way. For other questions, I'm sorry that I can not give you the details, but I found a good page. There is many information about Hong Kong. www.travelchinaguide.com/cityguides/hongkong/
Asked by Lak from NZ | May. 31, 2016 06:38Reply
I need an itinerary for 2 days and 1 night trip to Hong Kong and good hotel for night stay please.
Hi traveling to Hong Kong in August for the first time. We will be there for 2 days and 1 night. Can someone suggest answers to my following queries please?
1. Important Places to visit for day1 and day 2. And any attractions in the night may be till 11pm.
2. Which area is best to stay that would be central to the main attractions?
3. Best vegetarian restaurants
4. Which would be cheaper, quicker, easy and convenient transport that we can use.

Thanks in advance.
Lak
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Answered by Carol | Jun. 03, 2016 04:08
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You can stay at hotels in Kowloon. Find one is near the MTR, which is very convenient for you go sightseeing in Hong Kong. How about the night cruise on the Victoria Harbour? Or visit pubs, bars, nightclubs at Lan Kwai Fong, or eating local snacks at night markets?
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