One of the city’s most popular spots is Victoria Peak, where visitors from all over the world come to see the spectacular views. Weather permitting, take the tram ride for a wonderful panorama of the city’s skyscrapers, harbour and the hills of Kowloon in the distance.
The first store selling artefacts was opened at Stanley Market in 1973. Since then, the site has developed into a busy tourist area selling clothing, handicrafts, leather, silk, cashmere, watches and souvenirs. As well as shopping, the village of Stanley offers an attractive waterfront, lined with small bars and restaurants.
The renowned fishing village of Aberdeen is home to hundreds of people who spend their entire life on the water. The renowned fishing village of Aberdeen is home to hundreds of people who spend their entire life on the water. Take this wonderful opportunity to take a short sampan boat ride, taking in the fascinating sights by water. A quick stop will be made at a Jewellery factory to freshen-up and browse the collection of hand-made jewellery.
One of the first traditional-style temples built 100 years ago, Man Mo has a great canopy dominating the temple with huge hanging coils of incense. The incense is donated by those making offerings to the Taoist gods of literature (Man) and war (Mo).
During your tour, you will also see modern high-rise skyscrapers, a busy harbour and traditional ways of life on the water.
This excursion will operate by coach, sampan boat and on foot. This tour involves approximately two hours of walking in total, including visits.