1. 1.Hong Kong Island Orientation Tour - Twice daily
Duration : approx. 4 and half hours - US$ 56.00 per person

Pick up from hotel to traverse the World-renowned Victoria Harbor via the Cross-Harbor Tunnel. We then drive by Wanchai, the well-known R & R destination for sailors to reach Victoria Peak for a breath-taking 360-degree view of the bustling harbor, Hong Kong Island and Kowloonas far as the eye can see. From Victoria Peak, the tour continues to Aberdeen village to see the many fishing junks and floating restaurants moored there passing by the scenic resort areas of Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay. The tour will continue with a visit to HK’s largest jewelry factory where artists are at work to create some of the best prize winning designs using semi precious stones.

2. Kowloon & New Territories Tour - Operates on Tue, Thu & Sat
Duration : approx. 4 and half hours - US$ 56.00 per person

Depart by air-conditioned coach via the bustling crowded city of Kowloon to Tai Po Market a typical old-style rural market. A large choice of fresh produce, daily necessities and electronic equipment are on display. The tour continues on to Lok Ma Chau, a vantagepoint where one can look across the Pearl Estuary to glimpse the remarkable skyline of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone of China. From there, we visit the Tsang Tai Uk, which is the original settling place of the Tsang Clan – an outstanding example of a fortified village. After this the tour will continue on to Wong Tai Sin Temple, the largest and most impressive temple in Kowloon. The Templepresents visitors with a full range of insights into Chinese religious beliefs and practices. After praying for good luck the tour returns via the urban area after making a stop at the largest jewelry factory in Hong Kong which show case the finest of its art which made HK the best in Asia.

3. Ocean Park Tour (^^) - Daily
Duration : approx. 4 and a half hours - US$ 73.00 per person

Visit Ocean Parkwith its unique combination of fascinating marine life, watch a delightfully entertaining show featuring dolphins and sea-lions, take in the breathtaking scenery from spectacular thrill rides like the Dragon Roller Coaster, the Spider etc. Visit the Chinese giant pandas who had made Hong Kong their home.

4. Come Horse Racing Tour (^^) - Race days on Wed night/Sat afternoon (SUPPLEMENT apply for Major Races)
Duration : approx. 6 hours - US$ 110.00 per person

When in Hong Kong you must not miss one of the most popular sports enjoyed by most local people, outside of the local lottery, and the only legal form of gambling-HORSE RACING. Join in the excitement and action, from private visitors’ box inside the members’ enclosure placing bets while enjoying a buffet meal. You may win enough to pay for your trip!

5. The Land Between With Lunch (^^) - Daily
Duration : approx. 6 hours - US$ 82.00 per person

A tour that offers a glimpse of Hong Kong past and present. The first stop is at the Yuen Yuen Institue, which houses the 3 main religious practices of the Hong Kong Chinese population – Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism. From there, the tour proceeds into the countryside past banana plantations to Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong’s tallest mountain for a panoramic view of Hong Kong Island and new industrial towns in the New Territories. Passing through the countryside of Shek Kong and Lam Chuen Valley, the tour makes a stop at Luen Wo, a traditional rural market where colorful stalls are piled high with dried fish, herbs and vegetables. From there, we head to Luk Keng a nearby Hakka village and a bird sanctuary where Chinese pond heron’s nest. Then it is on to Sam Mun Tsai to look at how local fisherfolk breed fish in submerged cages. The tour concludes with a Chinese lunch at the Sha Tin race Course – a state-of-the-art construction.

6. Heritage Tour (^^) - Operates on Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat
Duration : approx. 4 hours - US$ 66.00 per person

The Heritage Tour offers visitors a first hand experience of the great restorations that have been taking place in Hong Kongto preserve its rich cultural heritage. The first stop is the Man Mo Temple and the Tai Po Market first established in 1892 in the New Territories. Built a century ago, the temple is dedicated to Man, the God of Literature and Mo the God of Martial Arts. From there, the tour goes on to The Wishing Tree of HK which folklore has it that a spirit in the tree grants wishes to those that came to pray. The tour continues on to Tang Chung Ling Ancestral Hall and the walled villages of Lo Wai passing through the Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail, the homeland of the Tang Clan showcasing the deepest of Chinese religious life. The tour terminates with a visit to Tai Fu tai, an opulent stately home that was built in 1865 by a scholar of the gentry class.

7. New Lantau IslandTour - Daily
Duration : approx. 7 hours - US$ 106.00 per person

Discover a pristine beach, a traditional fishing village, lush valleys, soaring mountains and the new tourism attraction of Ngong Ping 360 on Hong Kong’s largest island. Your’ll hop aboard a ferry for a spectacular ride through the busy harbour past ocean-going ships to Lantau Island where you’ll board a private coach to the beautiful Cheung Sha Beach. After a visit, it’s on to Tai O, a unique fishing village where many of the homes are built on stilts. Then your coach will follow a winding road up the mountain to Ngong Ping plateau where you’ll visit the majestic Giant Buddha and the nearby Po Lin Monastery. Ample time is allowed for a guided tour of the monastery and Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall. A short walk away is the Wisdom Path. Here you’ll find an ancient prayer or sutra inscribed on a series of wooden columns set in a figure of eight to symbolize infinity. A vegetarian meal is served in the monastery, followed by an optional visit to the culturally themed Ngong ping Village of Ngong Ping 360. it’s one of Hong Kong’s newest attractions and features “Walking with Buddha”, “Monkey’s Tale Theatre” and “Ngong Ping Tea House”, as well as shops and restaurants. The tour ends with a spectacular ride aboard the Ngong Ping Skyrail, a 20 to 25-minture cable car ride offering stunning views going down from Ngong Ping plateau to Tung Chung New Town near the airport.

8. Feng Shui Tour - Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Duration : approx. 3 and half hours - US$ 66.00 per person

FUNG SHUI, or ‘Wind & Water’, is a 3,000 year-old system of geomantic divination teaching humans how to achieve harmony with the forces of nature and change, thereby gaining well-being and prosperity. In modern Hong Kong, you might have thought that feng shuiwould have been dismissed as mumbo-jumbo. But not so, in fact many of the soaring office and apartment blocks that now punctuate the skyline were laid out in accordance with feng shuiare universal, and the supernatural ‘luck-bringing energy’ of the world dragons can be harnessed everywhere in the world. So join the Feng Shui Tour, which stops at Lung Cheung Road lookout, which permits us to view the old Kai Tak International Airport and examine how the geographical make-up of Hong Kong meets the criteria of forming a good configuration that brings ‘good Feng Shui’ to the area. Then it is onto Wanchai to see the Nine Dragon Wall in Wanchai where wealthy merchants employed the principles of Feng Shui to influence the surroundings around them and their businesses. A stop at the China Resources Building enables us to understand Feng Shui application in modern society and at Statue Square in Central we learn all about this fascination side of Chinese Culture and learn how Feng Shui has its effect on different buildings …… such as the Hong Kong Bank, the Standard Chartered Bank and the Bank of China.

9. Morning Harbor & Noon Day Gun Firing Cruise - Daily
Duration : approx. 2 hours - US$ 55.00 per person

An exciting harbor cruise serving coffee, tea and cookies on board. The cruise sails out to the eastern harbor area of Hong Kong along the waterfront of Central, Wanchai, Causeway Bay and North Point with a visit to the Shau Kei Wan Typhoon Shelter – home to a large fishing community. Enroute you will be introduced to a series of stunning skylines, harbor traffic and eye catching waterfront attractions. Further sailing takes you to the northeastern Kowloon side where you will see more scenic contrasts including Lei Yue Mun Village Waterfront. From there the cruise will proceed to the Causeway Bay waterfront known as East Point Jardine’s to witness the firing of the legendary Noon Day Gun which is a tradition dating back to the early colonial days of Hong Kong.

10. Afternoon Western Shoreline & Tsing Ma Bridge Cruise - Daily
Duration : approx. 2 hours - US$ 55.00 per person

This is a popular cruise for those who love the vibrancy and the ambitious town planning of Hong Kong. High-rises show-casing Hong Kong’s architectural phenomenon, include Bank of China, Exchange Square, Hong Kong Bank, Lippo Tower and Central Plazaalong the waterfront. There are other new and remarkable infrastructure landmarks, like Kowloon Wharf and its developments, Kowloon Expressway, and the nearby Stone-cutter’s Island which for many decades served as a British Royal Navy base until June 1997; but having been re-built is now the Chinese PLA Navy base. Further on, you will see the spectacular Tsing Ma Bridge linking the new Hong Kong Airport, and it is presently the longest suspension bridge capable of carrying both vehicles and trains in the world.

11. Hong Kong Bauhinia Dinner Cruise - Daily
Duration : approx. 4 hours - US$ 88.00 per person

Take a respite from the busy shopping in Hong Kong, leave the chaotic streets behind and take to the sea…. Enjoy a tranquil dinner cruise onboard the luxurious air-conditioned vessel, the BAUHINIA. You can enjoy the wonderful lights of Victoria Harbor, while taking gin a sumptuous buffet spread. There is live music providing the latest hits for your dancing pleasure.

12. Harbor Lights & Lei Yue Mun Seafood Dinner Cruise - Nightly
Duration : approx. 3 hours - US$ 88.00 per person

This evening cruise promises a wonderful experience and great value for money. The tour begins with a harbor cruise on a traditional Chinese sightseeing junk to take in the exciting night views of Hong Kong. It continues on to Lei Yue Mun, a picturesque local fishing village for a sumptuous seafood dinner.

13. Harbor Night Cruise - Nightly
Duration : approx. 2 hours - US$ 63.00 per person

Onboard a traditional junk, enjoy the open-bar hospitality onboard, and see the fantastic night views of Victoria Harbor. Cruise to the colorful Western District, once a busy waterfront-trading center. Experience the busy thoroughfare of the harbor where junks, freighters, ferries, fishing boats vie with each other for space. Sail along the eastern waterfront and pass by Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter where you can see the moored pleasure boats and sampans and marvel at the contrasts of 2 different worlds.

14. Pre-dinner Cocktail Cruise - Nightly
Duration : approx. 1.5 hours - US$ 65.00 per person

Sundown is always associated with one’s favorite cocktail. Spend the evening enjoying unlimited free drinks from the bar onboard an authentic Chinese junk and watch the world’s greatest light show come on. From the cruise, millions of lights come on as dusk takes a grip on the surroundings showcasing the fantastic skyline of Hong Kong island and Kowloon.

15. A Symphony of Lights Cruise - Nightly
Duration : approx. 1.5 hours - US$ 66.00 per person

Being a top class outdoor laser show – the Symphony of Lights is a must-do in our City now a day. What makes it more enjoyable is viewing it onboard an authentic Chinese junk with unlimited drinks served at the bar. The spectacular skyline on both sides of the Harbour is always stunning.

16. Sea and Land Whole Day Tour - Daily
Duration : approx. 8 hours - US$ 98.00 per person

Cruise on a traditional Chinese junk to see the scenic waterfront with the dramatic skyline of central, Wanchai, Shau Kei Wan as the backdrop. Then witness the firing of the legendary Noonday Gun, a tradition dating back a 100 years. Satiate your appetite with a sumptuous dim sum lunch in a renowned restaurant before going on an orientation tour of Hong Kong Island that takes you to famous Victoria Peak, the scenic beaches of Repulse Bay and Stanley Market for bargains. A brief visit to Hong Kong’s biggest jewelry handicraft workshop will be made.

17. Aberdeen and Harbor Night Cruise - Nightly
Duration : approx. 4 hours - US$ 126.00 per person

Board a traditional Chinese junk for a relaxing cruise of the harbor with your favorite cocktail in hand. Watch the world’s greatest harbor come alive with lights amid the bustling activities of the harbor. The cruise will sail along to Aberdeen, where the famous floating village is where you will enjoy a superb dinner on at the Jumbo floating restaurant. After dinner, the tour will continue by coach to one of the scenic viewing point mid-way to Victoria Peak for a breathtaking night view of Hong Kong and Kowloon before transferring back to the hotel.

18. Top of the Town & Night Cruise - Nightly
Duration : approx. 5 hours - US$ 132.00 per person

The first stop is at the Revolving 66 Restaurant located on the 62nd floor of the second tallest building in Hong Kong, the Hopewell Center. There you will enjoy a superb 4-course western dinner while enjoying the spectacular view of Hong Kong. After dinner, the tour will continue to the famous night markets of Temple Street where all kinds of paraphernalia can be found including a surprise display of street opera if one is lucky. The evening will end with a leisurely cruise where you can have your favorite nightcap before returning to the hotel while enjoying the lights and illumination of the harbor at close range.

19. Hong Kong Disneyland Tour (^^) - Daily
Duration : approx. 8 hours - US$ 109.00 per person

Hong Kong Disneyland continues the tradition with classic Disney attractions, unique shops and restaurants, dazzling live entertainment in a delightful setting. Fantasy becomes reality in Disneyland amazing theme lands –Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Adventureland and Tomorrowland. Transfer back to hotel after the Fireworks Display show is ended 30 minsutes late in Hong Kong Disneyland.

** supplement of US$8.00 for peak days i.e. Sat, Sun & Holidays, school summer holidays, May 1-7 & Oct 1-7

20. Shenzhen Excursion (^^) - Afternoon departure daily
Duration : approx. 8 hours - US$ 109.00 per person

Kill two birds with one stone. You can catch a glimpse of China while visiting Hong Kongby joining this tour. Spend a day in Shenzhen – “City of Century and Window of China ” that stands towering before the people from all over the world.

Shekou is located in the southern part of Nantau Peninsula, and an important part of Shenzhen which is named the first Special Economic Zone of China. There are many places of Chinese culture and historic ruins to be discovered.

Futian Mangrove Natural Protection Area is the only one country level urban natural protection area in China at present and owns unique ecological tourism resources integrating woods, birds, water, fishes and beaches as a whole.

China Folk Culture Village reflects China’s traditional culture and customs. The architecture of ethnic groups inhabiting China’s vast and varied landscape has been faithfully reconstructed with life-size villages with architectural styles of 21 selected provinces.

Don’t miss the chance if you are interested in visiting another amazing garden that reflects China’s 5000 years of history and culture. Your ticket for “Folk Culture Village is also good for admission to “ Splendid China ”.

Chinese dinner will be served at a renowned local restaurant. After dinner, enjoy the “Dancing with Dragon & Phoenix ” open-air show that blends the cutting-edge technology and wonderful performance enriched by the 5000 years of Chinese performing art in dance, acrobatics and opera.

After night show, a visit to the Lo Wu Shopping Mall will give you opportunities not only to shop but also to bargain. You may enjoy choosing your favorites from a large variety of goods and bargaining with local shops.

21. Macau Day Trip - Daily
Duration : approx. 9 hours - US$ 137.00 per person

Visit Macau, used to be a Portuguese colony southwest of Hong Kong. It is a mixture of Florence, Monte Carloand an ancient Chinese town. Its numerous historical points of interest includes Saint Paul’s Ruin’s - a reminder of how Christianity reached the east, Temple of the Goddess of Mercy – where the first commercial treaty between China and the United States was signed, Porta De Cerco Gate border the boundary between communist China and Macau, Penha Hill which offers the most spectacular view of the enclave. Macauis also well known for its casino with all kinds of Chinese and international gambling games. Lunch is included enroute.

22. Full Day Canton Tour - Daily
Duration : approx. 13 hours - US$ 198.00 per person

Pick up from Hotel for a 60 minutes hovercraft ride to Shekou - part of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. A visit to the Qin Dynasty Terracotta Warriors and Horses from Xian is a must. The tour will take in a kindergarten to see children singing and dancing before proceeding on to Canton, the capital of Guangdong Province. Highlights in Canton will include the Guangzhou Zoo, the Six Banyan Temple, Dr Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall and free time for exploration before returning to Hong Kong by the through train.



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