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3 Days Hong Kong Classic Tour

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Plan your new year trip to Hong Kong ahead and you'll probably see the brilliant firework display over the charming Victoria Harbour, with the magnificent Hong Kong skyline as background.
 
 Tour Code: HRC-HK03
 Destinations: Hong Kong
 Duration: 3 days
 Departure date: Depends on your preferable schedule
 Tour Type: Private escorted tour
 Tour highlights:
  • Victoria Peak
  • Kowloon Walled City Park
  • Avenue of Stars
  • Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car
  • Bronze Giant Buddha
 Tour Summary
 Tour Dates Destinations   Today's Activities Meals Included
Day 1 Arrive in Hong Kong Man Mo Temple Hong Kong

Airport to hotel transfer. Half day tour of the Hong Kong Island to visit Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay and Aberdeen. Free time. Recommended sites for you to visit: Stanley Market, Ladies Market, or Temple Street.

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Day 2 Hong Kong Half day Kowloon Island tour with Wong Tai Sin Temple, Kowloon Walled City Park and Avenue of Stars. Half day New Territories tour with Kam Tin Walled Village, Man Mo Temple and Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree. /
Day 3 Hong Kong Round trip of exciting Ngong Ping Cable Car journey, Polin Monastery, Bronze Giant Buddha. Airport transfer for your flight to the next destination. /
"B" = breakfast, "L" = lunch, "D"=dinner
 Package Details
 Tour Package Includes:
-- Accommodation in Hongkong for 2 nights. Deluxe hotels are 5 star, superior hotels are 4 star and tourist hotels are 3 star.
-- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary "B" stands for American breakfast, "L" for Chinese Lunch in local restaurant. "D" for Chinese dinner in local    restaurant.
   No meals are included in the tour.
-- Round-trip transfers between hotels, and scenic spots in each city by private air-conditioned vehicles with experienced  licensed      drivers
-- A local English-speaking guide in each day
-- Entrance fees to all scenic spots listed in the itinerary
-- Government taxes and service charges
 Excludes
--Other optional tours / meals / flights not mentioned in itinerary
--Tips for tour guides and drivers
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 Daily Itinerary

Day 1   Arrive in Hong Kong
Airport to hotel transfer. Half day tour of the Hong Kong Island to visit Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay and Aberdeen. Free time. Recommended sites for you to visit: Stanley Market, Ladies Market, or Temple Street.
Victoria Peak: The highest spot in Hong Kong offers a spectacular vantage point from which to see the hustle and bustle of the day as well as the breathtaking night view and colorful city lights.
Repulse Bay: A charming beach, soft golden sand, and clear azure blue water gently lapping the seashore have made it a popular spot for relaxation, aquatic activities, and especially to escape the summer heat.
Aberdeen: A fishing port for more than 100 years, it is ripe with well-preserved traditions and plenty of wild tales. You can first stroll to take it all in and then enjoy some fresh seafood in a floating restaurant.
Stanley Market: A daytime market that operates 7 days a week on the south-side of Hong Kong Island. The market is an array of little shops all under cover, selling Chinese costume jewellery, souvenirs, sportswear and clothing in Stanley Village's relaxed ambience and crisp sea environs.
Ladies Market: Located in the heart of Mongkok Disstrict, the market is jammed full of shops, street side stalls for bags, accessories, inexpensive men and women clothing and toys. It is a must do for serious hagglers and those who love bargains.
Temple Street: It is a night market with rows of stalls running across the entire market and tons to choose from, including watches, CDs, electronic gadgets and Oriental knick-knacks.

Day 2   Hong Kong

Half day Kowloon Island tour with Wong Tai Sin Temple, Kowloon Walled City Park and Avenue of Stars. Half day New Territories tour with Kam Tin Walled Village, Man Mo Temple and Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree.

Wong Tai Sin Temple:

A popular Taoist temple in Hong Kong, the temple is famed for the many prayers supposedly answered there via a practice called "Kau Cim".

Kowloon Walled City Park: Occupying one of the most historic sites in the territory, the Kowloon Walled City Park is a rare classic Chinese garden in Hong Kong with turbulent history worthy to learn about.
Avenue of Stars: Located along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront promenade, Avenue of Stars is designed to recognize the local film industry's contribution and gains the name as the Hollywood of the East.
Kam Tin Walled Village: Kam Tin Walled Village, a famous walled village in Hong Kong, is home to about 400 descendants of the Tang Clan, who built the village back in the 1600s.
Man Mo Temple: Built in the 1840s, the temple is the oldest and most important temple on Hong Kong Island. The temple is named after the two principal deities it was built as a house of worship for: Man, the god of literature, and Mo, the god of war. People from the business circles come here and pray for good fortune.
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree: It is all about interesting local custom, to write wishes onto a specially-designed red slip of paper tied onto an orange, and toss it into the air with the aim of hooking it over a branch of the tree.

 

Day 3   Hong Kong / Departure

Enjoy the novel 360 degrees soaring experience in the round trip Ngong Ping Cable Car journey and visit Polin Monastery, and the Bronze Giant Buddha, the biggest Buddha statue of South Asia. Airport transfer for your flight to the next destination.

Ngong Ping Cable Car journey: Ngong Ping cable car is a visually spectacular 5.7km cable car journey, travelling between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island and is designed to feast your eyes with an astonishing bird's eye view.
Polin Monastery: It's a Buddhist Monastery set amid spectacular mountain scenery on the high Ngong Ping plateau, is a top destination for tourists to experience the natural and cultural side of Hong Kong.
Bronze Giant Buddha: As an extension of the Po Lin Monastery, this statue is also called Tian Tan Buddha, and is the world's largest bronze Buddha statue.


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