Polin Monastery Hong Kong

Hong Kong Memories Tour

Suggested Itinerary
Day 1: Hong Kong Island Half Day Tour
hong kong skyline

Picked up at appointed hotel and time and start the tour. Today’s half-day tour will last for about 5 hours without lunch. See one of the world’s most notable skylines at Victoria Peak, and overlook the extensive beach lines of Repulse Bay. Aberdeen is the origin of Hong Kong, a small fishing village where many residents still make a living by fishing. Hunt and bargain for a good deal at Stanley Market. Transfer back to appointed hotel after the tour.

Cable cars are available for getting up and down Victoria Peak, and you can choose to take it at extra cost. Prices for reference: HKD28 per adult and HKD11 per child (one-way ticket), HKD 40 per adult and HKD 20 per child (round-trip ticket).

Day 2: New Territories Half Day Tour

This half-day tour will last for about 5 hours, without lunch. Picked up at appointed hotel and time, and the first stop is Hong Kong’s largest monastery – Bamboo Monastery. Proceed to Lok Ma Chau, where you can look across the Pearl Estuary for a glimpse of the remarkable skyline of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone in Mainland China. Visit Shui Tau Village and see the well-preserved ancient architecture. Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden offer beautiful natural scenery and the special zones has a variety of vegetables, plants and animals. Transfer back to appointed hotel after the tour.

Day 3: Lantau Island Tour
giant buddha lantau island hong kong

Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong, and weekend backyard for Hong Kong people. Today’s tour lasts for about 9 hours including lunch time. Enjoy the scenic view as you drive across Tsing Ma Bridge, one of the world’s longest span suspension bridges. Immerse in Buddhist tranquility at Po Lin Monastery, and admire the world’s largest seated outdoor bronze Buddha at the mountain peak. One-way Ngong Ping Cable Car is included.

After a vegetarian lunch at the monastery, proceed to Tai O, the ‘Venice of Hong Kong’. Boats and sampans moor the river banks of this small quaint fishing village, while local people continue with their old way of living. Transfer back to the appointed hotel after the tour.

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