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HKC01: Half-Day Seat-In-Coach Tour of Hong Kong Island
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  • Victoria Peak with a full expanse of Hong Kong Island skyline
  • Standley Market is a good place to wander and pick up souvenirs
This half-day Hong Kong sit-in-coach tour takes around 5 hours. It is available either in the morning with pick-up time of 07:50 - 08:40 or in the afternoon with pick-up time of 12:50 - 13:40.

Our guide will pick you up at the hotel lobby at the appointed time, and then transfer you to the Victoria Peak. There is a bowl-shaped Peak Tower at the peak. From its top floor - the Sky Terrace 428, you can have a full view of the Victoria Harbor and the whole city.

Then, we will head for the Aberdeen district by a 30 minutes' bus ride to experience local fishermen's daily lives and then take another 20 minutes' ride to Stanley Market which is full of booths and stalls selling Chinese characteristic handicrafts, silk fabrics and clothes as well as distinctive restaurants and cafés.
Entrance to the Victoria Peak
Bird's eye view of the city from Victoria Peak
This half-day Hong Kong tour package will round off with the TSL Jewelry Factory where you can appreciate a lot of elaborate ornaments. Our guide and driver will deliver you back to your hotel after the trip is over.

What You Can See at the Victoria Peak
Occupying the highest position of Hong Kong, the Victoria Peak can provide you the best view of the Victoria Harbor and even the whole city. Once alighting at the upper station of the Peak Tram, you can see the bowl-shaped Peak Tower in front of you. Climb up to the Sky Terrace 428 on the top floor and you will enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of the city. 
What You Can See at Aberdeen
It used to be a bustling fishing village. Although numerous high-rise buildings have sprung up here in the past decades, there are still people preserving the traditional lifestyle that live their life on the boat, especially at Bei Fung Tong Typhoon Shelter. You can see a lot of boats berthed at the harbor or going fishing on the sea.
Fishing boats berthing at the harbor of Aberdeen
Traditional fishing life of local people
What You Can See at the Stanley Market
Stanley is one of the settlements for foreigners in Hong Kong, and the Stanley Market is the liveliest place there. You can find the market full of shops selling various goods such as clothes, silk, ornament, and handicrafts. It is also a cultural district. If lucky enough, we may encounter some folk artists performing brilliant shows on the street.
Stanley Market filled with different kinds of shops
A wide variety of goods for you to choose
Tour Price (US$ Per Person)   
Daily Departure
Adult(>11 years old)$79
Child(3-11 years old)$69
Price Includes
  • Pick-up & drop-off from the hotel
  • Entrance fees as indicated above
  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Experienced driver & air conditioned vehicle
Price Excludes
  • Hotels
  • Meals
  • Gratuities
Booking Policy
  • Pick-up Service: Generally, our free hotel pick-up and drop-off service is provided for group members staying at the downtown hotels. If your hotel is outside the range, your tour operator will inform you of the additional transfer fee. Our local representative will send you a fax to your hotel in Hong Kong to inform you the meeting time, attraction's information and emergency contact one day ahead of the schedule. Please kindly check it. 
  • Infant Price: There is no cost for an infant 0-2 years old.
  • Confirmation: Upon receiving your booking request, confirmation will be sent within 24 hours. We guarantee departures even with one person.
  • Payment: Full payment is required at least two days prior to the trip. We accept payment by PayPal, Alipay, Wechat and Bank Transfer.
  • Cancellation: Your payment is fully refundable if you cancel more than 7 days prior to the trip. For cancellation between 3 days and 7 days before the trip, 10% cancellation fee; no refund if you cancel within 2 days. Once the day trip begins, any unused portion is non-refundable.
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Questions & Answers
Asked by maae from PHILIPPINES | Jun. 13, 2019 04:57Reply
hello!! i want to ask, is it possible to have a quick tour since i only have 6hours free from 7:00am to 1:00pm since my flight would be 4pm..
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Answered by Rola | Jun. 13, 2019 17:38

For 6 hours transit in Hong Kong, you are suggested to pay a short visit to the City Gate Outlets, Lantau Island & Ngong Ping 360 etc. which are close to the airport. To City Gate Outlets, you can walk to Changda Road Station ang get on Citybus S56 to Tung Chung Station. Then walk about 290 meters to the destination. To Lantau Island & Ngong Ping 360, you can take NLB A35 at the airport and get off at Shimenjiadao Station. And then walk to the destination.
Asked by Jun Tiamzon from PHILIPPINES | Sep. 17, 2018 07:47Reply
HKIA transport to Hotel
Transportation from HKIA to Regal Oriental Kawloon Hotel.
Answers (1)
Answered by Emma | Sep. 18, 2018 02:29

Taking airport shuttle bus is the best way from the airport to the hotel. There are two lines available heading to the Regal Oriental Hotel from the airport. The one is E23 with a cheaper cost of HKD18 per person but there are 23 stops to reach the hotel. The bus runs from 5.30am to 12am in the midnight. The other is A22 which only stops 11 stations but costs HKD39. It’s from 6:00 am to 12:10 am in the middle night.
Asked by Lucia Pesca from BRASIL | Aug. 17, 2018 19:12Reply
Look the city in 7h
Hello, I have 7 in HK. Is it enough time to go to The Peak?Is there somewhere I can see the city with less time?I read a site that where there is a tour that does not need to queue to go to The Peak (Klook) is reliable?
Answers (1)
Answered by Sunny | Aug. 19, 2018 20:37

According to my experience, 7 hours are not enough to tour Victoria Peak from Hong Kong International Airport. You can visit Victoria Harbor and Causeway Bay which are in downtown area. From the airport to Victoria Harbor, you can take the Airport Express to Hong Kong Station first, then walk to Central Station and get on Island Line to Causeway Bay Station. Upon arrival, you can walk to Victoria Harbour. It takes around 1 hour on the way.

Besides, you are more recommended to have a short tour to Lantau Island by cable car if you would like to have a panoramic view of the Harbor. From the airport, you can take E23 or E34 to Tung chung cable car station where you will get on the cable car. The cable car journey takes around 25 minutes.
Asked by Rajesh P Shah from INDIA | Jul. 18, 2018 01:55Reply
We have a stop over for about 7 hours can we go out of the airport for a tour
Answers (1)
Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Jul. 18, 2018 17:50

According to the policy, you are allowed to stay in Hong Kong within 14 days without visa if you hold an Indian passport. However, I'm afraid that you cannot join in this half-day seat-in-coach tour because of your limited layover time. Thus, you are suggested to hang out at City Gate Outlet or take Ngong Ping 360 to see the Tian Tan Buddha which are near Hong Kong International Airport, and then head back to the airport 3 hours earlier to catch your onward flight. Thank you.
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