11 December 2016

 

Amazing things to do in
Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Sights and sounds of Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Island Tour
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Hong Kong Island Tour

See the many faces of Hong Kong

The tour begins with a tram ride to Victoria Peak for a 360-degree view of the city, harbour, and islands that has mesmerised visitors and inspired photographers since the tramway opened in 1888. Then it's on to your next destination, Aberdeen. Here the contrast in Hong Kong lifestyles is never more evident. Sampans zip around the harbour, their size dwarfed by huge multi-million dollar yachts.

A sampan cruise around the docked boats provides a glimpse of every day life as people go about their business repairing nets, cooking, and sorting the catch on their fishing boats. Next stop is the popular outdoor Stanley Market where good bargains are designer goods and factory outlet clothing, brassware, porcelains, leather goods and souvenirs such as chops, silk shorts, and jade trinkets.

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Symphony of Lights Junk Cruise
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Symphony of Lights Junk Cruise

Light up your evening

To have the ultimate Hong Kong experience is to have absorbed its history and been enraptured by the intoxicating harbour views and skyline on board Aqua Luna – possibly the last painstakingly handcrafted traditional Chinese junk to be built in Hong Kong using age-old designs. Aqua Luna is also known as Cheung Po Tsai in Cantonese, after the infamous Cheung Chau island pirate that used to terrorise the local waters.

The Symphony of Lights has been awarded the world's "Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show" by Guinness World Records. This nightly spectacle combines the interactive lights of 33 key buildings on both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with musical effects to showcase the vibrancy and glamorous night vista of Victoria Harbour. Board the authentic Chinese junk for this unforgettable Hong Kong by night cruise.

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Kowloon & New Territories Tour
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Kowloon & New Territories Tour

The Old and the New

There is so much to see and do on this four and a half hour trip around Kowloon and the New Territories. Visit Taipo New Market which runs the length of Fu Shin Street in Tai Po and watch the locals buying fresh produce then visit Lok Ma Chau, a village in Hong Kong's New Territories and also a major pedestrian and road border crossing point between Hong Kong and mainland China.

Continue to Tsang Tai Uk, an outstanding example of a fortified village then stop at Wong Tai Shin Temple in a district that bears the name of Hong Kong’s most popular Taoist Deity. This large temple is visited by more than three million worshippers each year and no other temple gives visitors such a full insight into Chinese religious beliefs and practices. Finally visit a jewellery factory in Aberdeen to see the fine handmade jewellery.

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Ocean Park Tour
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Ocean Park Tour

Oceans of adventure

Ocean Park Hong Kong is Asia's premier sea life and animal theme park and features one of the largest aquariums in the world and is the biggest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Other attractions include exhibits of sea lions, dolphins, birds, and giant pandas. In addition to the animals, a large assortment of thrill rides will provide a fun filled day for all the family.

In Ocean Tower Park you can enjoy spectacular views of Aberdeen, Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay as the cabin of your cable car climbs and rotates 360 degrees slowly. You can also enjoy a ride across the entire park, have fun at the Ocean Theatre which features dolphin and sea lion shows and visit the giant panda habitat. Tour fees include sightseeing coach, guides and Ocean Park admission ticket and info pack.

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The Heritage Tour
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The Heritage Tour

History at every turn

Hidden away among high-rise apartment towers and busy highways, the past lives on in the New Territories - a living museum shaped by the rise and development of the so-called five great clans of Hong Kong (the Tang, Hau, Pang, Liu and Man). Taking in historic sites around the New Territories, this Heritage Tour brings to life the customs and cultures of these clans and provides a fascinating glimpse of Hong Kong's rich heritage.

Visit the Tai Fu Tai and Fan Tin village and see the opulent stately home built in 1865 by a scholar of the Man clan and see where the Man clan members live. Next, stop at Lo Wai walled village which was declared a national monument in 1997. Then see the Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree where villagers come to burn joss sticks and make wishes and finally visit the Man Mo Temple and bustling Taipo Market

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Seafood Dinner Sunset Cruise
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Seafood Dinner Sunset Cruise

Dinner cruise delight

This is a wonderful opportunity to experience the outstanding cuisine of Hong Kong along with a delightful cruise through the glittering harbour. After a superb dinner, you have the chance to meet with the locals and test your bargaining skills in the amazing Temple Street night market. Begin with a cruise to see Hong Kong's colourful Victoria Harbour and skyline which is simply breathtaking.

Then leave your boat and take a leisurely walk from the harbour along the waterfront to the Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village, an off-the-beaten track destination adored by seafood aficionados. Here you are treated to a superb seafood dinner with the locals trying all sorts of Chinese cuisine. Tour fees include the delicious seafood dinner and one drink on the cruise.

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Dinner cruise delight
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Dinner cruise delight

Dinner cruise delight

This is a wonderful opportunity to experience the outstanding cuisine of Hong Kong along with a delightful cruise through the glittering harbour. Join us on this tour as we board the Chinese style tour boat and head to Lei Yue Mun, a popular seafood village.As you leisurely cruise along, watch how the harbour slowly transforms, as day turns to dusk. Take in the sights as the boat passes by the districts of Wanchai, Causeway Bay, North Point and also the site of the old airport Kai Tak.
At Lei Yue Mun visitors are attracted to many traditional scenes, like people making a choice from a variety of seafood fresh from the fishmonger's tanks and having it cooked to their own tastes.Enjoy your evening meal amongst the locals before heading back downtown on the tour boat. Please note this tour will not operate until after 22 December 2016.





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Deluxe Hong Kong Island Tour
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Deluxe Hong Kong Island Tour

See the sights in style

Hong Kong was once a simple fishing village but today it is one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities where East truly meets West. You will be amazed by this exciting City of Life on this tour when you see so many of the iconic sights and places. Begin at Man Mo Temple then take the world's steepest funicular railway up to the top of Victoria Peak for stunning views of the harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula.

Next stop is Aberdeen where you tour this old traditional fishing village and ride in a sampan before stopping at a prestigious jewellery factory where you can find hand-crafted fine gems. Then it's on to Repulse Bay, Hong Kong's most popular beach and Stanley Market which is a shoppers' paradise where you can find a wide variety of souvenirs. On this tour you also have a Dim Sum lunch at the Jumbo Floating Restaurant.

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City and Harbour by Night
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City and Harbour by Night

Enjoy the bright lights

This tour starts with dinner at the highest restaurant in Hong Kong, the famous Bubba Gump located at Victoria Peak which offers the best view and panorama of Hong Kong by night and where you are guaranteed a great dining experience. Then feel the authentic hustle and bustle typical of Hong Kong while taking a stroll along the busy, narrow lanes of Temple Street with its rows of brightly lit stalls.

Fortune-tellers gather at the Yau Ma Tei end of the street, as do Chinese opera enthusiasts seeking kindred spirits for impromptu performances. It is open from 4pm to midnight, but really comes alive after sunset.
Continue with a relaxing Harbour Cruise on a quaint Chinese junk where unlimited drinks are served and see the mesmerizing reflections of multicoloured neon lights wavering in the harbour water.

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Macau Excursion
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Macau Excursion

Magical Macau

Just like Hong Kong, Macau is a place where the East meets West and on this fascinating tour you will be shown the charm of the Chinese and Portuguese heritages embraced in arrays of modern architecture. After a hotel pick up you are taken to the ferry terminal for the high speed journey across the South China Sea to Macau and on arrival your sightseeing tour begins.

You will be taken to see World Heritage sites like the Na Tcha Temple, the Old City Walls, Mount Fortress and the ruins of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church. Then stop at the Museum of Macau and view exhibits of the history, people and culture. Then at the Macau Tower you soar to a breathtaking height for great views over the landmarks and outlying Islands. Before returning to Hong Kong you can try you luck at the city's famous casino.

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Lantau Explorer Tour
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Lantau Explorer Tour

Hong Kong's Big Brother

Lantau Island is almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island and is one of the area's best loved outlying islands. Begin this tour by hopping aboard a fast ferry for a spectacular ride through the busy harbour past ocean-going ships to the beautiful Chung Sha Beach. Then get close to nature and explore Tai O, a quaint fishing village where the houses are on stilts.

Next see the world’s tallest outdoor seated bronze statue at the Po Lin Monastery and enjoy a great vegetarian meal there. With development of Ngong Ping Village, the island of Lantau has become a new attraction in Hong Kong and one not to be missed. Cheung Sha Beach boasts one of Hong Kong's longest stretches of sand and is a great place to relax before taking the Ngong Ping Cable Car which offers spectacular panoramic views.

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Macau Day Trip
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Macau Day Trip

Have a fun day in Macau

Macau used to be the oldest European settlement in the Orient but is better known these days as the "Las Vegas of the East". On this fascinating tour you will be shown the charm of the Chinese and Portuguese heritages alongside arrays of modern architecture. After a hotel pick up you are taken to the Macau Ferry Terminal where you sail off to explore this new destination.

Visit World Heritage sites including A Ma Temple, a section of the Old City Walls, Mount Fortress and one of the main landmarks of Macau – the ruins of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church which was built in 1602 and burned down in 1835. Miraculously, fine art of carvings and statues can be seen on the surviving facade. After a great day you will return by ferry to Hong Kong and are taken back to your hotel.

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Discover the Arts, Exclusive Experience
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Discover the Arts, Exclusive Experience

Hong Kong is quickly becoming Asia’s arts and cultural hub. With a booming auction market, the gallery scene growing, professionalising and attracting a large number of international actors – be it Gagosian, White Cube and Lehmann Maupin from New York and London, or Pearl Lam, Platform China and Peking Fine Arts from mainland China. Most of Hong Kong Island’s antique shops are bunched along Wyndham St and Hollywood Rd in Central and Sheung Wan and if your home is missing that final finishing touch, how about a piece of rare Ming dynasty furniture, an ancient snuff bottle or a Cultural Revolution propaganda poster? Upper Lascar Row, known as Cat Street, is where you can find such treasures, within its fantastic congregation of antique dealers, curio merchants and art galleries. This is also the place to go for bargains in jade, silk products, embroideries and wooden handicraft items. Lian Yi Museum, the four-storey museum is home to one of the world's largest and best-curated collections of Chinese antique furniture, made of the treasured materials huanghuali and zitan, from the Ming and Qing dynasties. Like Hong Kong itself, Liang Yi Museum is a blend of East and West. For those interested in Chinese antiques, the furniture will enthrall. However, for those curious about European history, the Liang Yi Museum also houses the world's premier collection of bejeweled clutches, compacts and powder boxes. Mega dealer Larry Gagosian has created a brand in its own right with 12 galleries dotted strategically around the globe. Brand-savy Hongkongers were excited to welcome Gagosian, the largest gallery in the historical Pedder Building. You will have the opportunity to experience some of this vibrant and growing arts and antique scene up close and personal.

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Dragons Back Guided Hike
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Dragons Back Guided Hike

Hong Kong is remarkable because you can step from busy urban areas into peaceful countryside in less than an hour. That's particularly true for the Dragon's Back trail which Time Magazine declared as the Best Urban Hike in Asia, "This is the city´s finest and most surprising ramble... The glory of it all is that you're so close to the city, but could hardly feel further away."
This guided hike starts on the iconic and much loved Hong Kong tram, which commenced operations in 1904. You can watch the commuters heading to work, as you rattle along what was once the waterfront of Hong Kong Island and then complete the journey on the MTR (Mass Transit Railway). Walking through Shau Kei Wan wet market, you will take in the atmosphere of the daily life of ordinary Hong Kong residents.
The hike commences along a lovely cool path that takes you through shady groves of bamboo and lush woodland, accompanied as we walk by birdsong. You emerge into open hillsides often covered with wild azaleas or rose myrtle.
The walk follows the rugged undulating spinal ridge of the Dragon´s Back, where the earth is regarded as a living being, with lines of force known as 'dragon veins'. The breathtaking views take in dazzling seas, the distant Nine Pins Islands, sandy Big Wave Bay, Tai Tam Harbour, Stanley and the Red Hill peninsula. The hike finishes by strolling down through shaded tunnels of exotic vegetation, then take transport back to the Central district in Hong Kong.
“Dragon’s Back” inclusive of:
? Specialized English speaking guide on hike
? Bottled water
? Private transfers by Mercedes Benz

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Exclusive Experience Heritage Tour
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Exclusive Experience Heritage Tour

Hidden away among high-rise apartment towers and busy highways, the past lives on in the New Territories,
a living museum shaped by the rise and development of the so-called five great clans of Hong Kong (the Tang, Hau, Pang, Liu and Man).
Tsang Tai Uk also known as Shan Ha Wai "Walled Village at the Mountain's Foot", is a Hakka walled village and one of the best preserved. The construction of Shan Ha Wai was begun in 1847 by the wealthy granite merchant and stonemason Tsang Koon-Man as a stronghold for the Tsang clan, and took around 20 years to complete. The original granite, bricks and solid timber are still preserved today. The complex is rectangular and consists of three rows of houses enclosed by grey brick walls. The four corners each feature a three-story guard tower with openings in the wall through which guns could be fired back in the early days of the complex's role as a defensive fortification. All the houses are interlinked by passages and small courtyards. In the innermost row of houses is an ancestral hall where meetings and ceremonies take place.
Shan Ha Wai gained its current name Tsang Tai Uk from locals when it housed displaced families after the Second World War.
Next is a visit to a spectacular Tang dynasty-style Buddhist temple the Chi Lin Nunnery. This Buddhist nunnery is stunning with its monastery complex having been renovated as a piece of Tang dynasty architecture. The grand and elegant complex will surely become one of China's great cultural attractions in the years to come.

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Kowloon Markets Tour, Exclusive Experience
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Kowloon Markets Tour, Exclusive Experience

We start the morning with a guided walk along Hong Kong's historic harbour front, where we introduce the history of Kowloon. Here, well-known Hong Kong landmarks such as the old Railway Clock tower, 1881 Heritage and the Peninsula Hotel are situated. Our guided walk then takes you through the back streets of Kowloon and into the daily lives of local residents. We walk through colourful streets and come across some of Hong Kong’s most lively markets, where you will feel first-hand the energy and soul of everyday Kowloon. As you walk, you will be immersed in the living culture of the Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok districts - two of the most densely populated spots on earth - and where much of daily life is lived at street level. But also we explain the fascinating history of Kowloon, relating to how it is today. The walk begins at the busy and colourful Flower Market, the centre of Hong Kong's wholesale and retail flower business. The area is chock-a-block with vendors selling all manner of flowers, pot plants, bonsais and more. Next, we walk along Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, a tranquil scene of men and their bird cages. You'll then visit the Goldfish Market to see the brightly coloured tropical fish and a wide range of aquarium supplies on sale. Hong Kong people believe fish bring wealth, so the market is always packed and a fun place to visit. Walking further along we join the throngs at the Ladies Market, where bargain clothes, bags and knick-knacks are available. Then, amid the burning incense coils, you will learn the history of the local Tin Hau Temple - Our Empress of Heaven - one of the most popular deities of South China and without question the clear favourite of the boat people, of whom she must be considered the patron goddess. We finish our journey with a walk around the Jade Market, where around 400 stall holders sell accessories made from the revered green stone. The local belief is jade can protect you from evil spirits and calm your emotions, therefore it is often given to children in the form of jewellery. This market is also full of fresh-water pearls. “Kowloon Markets Tour” inclusive of: ? Private English speaking guide ? Bottled water ? Light refreshments ? Private transfers by Mercedes Benz

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Temple and Feng Shui Walking Tour
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Temple and Feng Shui Walking Tour

On this guided tour you will be introduced to the Chinese philosophy of feng shui (literally "wind water"). Feng shui has become a worldwide phenomenon in recent years, but it has been a part of the culture of Hong Kong since its early days. It aims for harmony, and when this is achieved good luck, synonymous with health and wealth, will follow. A feng shui master looks to align the flows of energy called chi (considered to be the breath of nature) in a space or building using a special compass called a lopan. This determines the energy characteristics. Complex mathematical calculations are also involved. Hills, water and buildings can all affect the flow of chi, as everything in the universe has an energy force - in Hong Kong that force is associated with the Dragon. The first villages built in the New Territories were located in sites that captured the chi, and today feng shui continues to be an accepted part of many aspects of life in the city. You start this guided walk in the Central business district, taking in the environment of the HSBC bank building and its location on a Dragon's pulse. Moving along we visit the new China Bank Tower, (the masterpiece of architecture, designed by IM Pei) which has an interesting slant on feng shui ( Note: on weekdays you will have the opportunity to go inside this building, and up to the 43rd floor – passports are required). From here we head northward, to the foothills of Lion's Rock, to a perfect feng shui location for the Wong Tai Sin temple (Sik Sik Yuen), the home of the 'great god Wong'. Here, people worship Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism, all under the same roof - famed for the statement, "What you request is what you get". This is one of Hong Kong's busiest temples, with most visitors coming to the temple in search of a spiritual answer via a practice called Kau Cim. They light incense sticks, kneel before the main altar, make a wish and shake a bamboo cylinder containing fortune sticks until a stick falls out. A ritual follows and eventually a stick is exchanged for a piece of paper bearing the same number, whereupon the soothsayer will interpret the fortune on the paper for the worshipper. This is a very busy place, particulary during Chinese New Year, with worshippers waiting overnight to get to light their incense as early into the New Year as they can. From here you move onto the peaceful Nan Lian garden and through the Buddhist temple at the Chi Lin Nunnery. This beautiful building was constructed without using any iron nails, as it would have been in the Tang dynasty. It is the only such building in Hong Kong.

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The New Territories Exclusive Experience
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The New Territories Exclusive Experience

The unique cultural history of Hong Kong is yours to discover during this this half-day visit to the New Territories. Your first stop will be the Man Mo Temple, dedicated to the God of Literature, or Man, and Martial Arts, or Mo. Built a century ago, the Man Mo Temple serves as the center of worship for the community. During your visit, you will also see the Tai Po Market, which sells all kinds of fresh produce, dried herbs and seafood. Your tour will continue with a visit to Lo Wai Walled Village, the first walled village built by the Tang clan of the area and declared a national monument in 1997. Then visit Tai Fu Tai, a stately 1865 country mansion that depicts how high-ranking officials once lived. The tour will conclude with a short walk along the Sai Kung waterfront. Sai Kung is known as "Hong Kong's Hidden Garden". Characterized by Mediterranean-style houses and villas, the waterfront has a wide variety of seafood restaurants and is quite different in comparison to other parts of Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong by Bicycle
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Hong Kong by Bicycle

We will first cycle through the Kam Tin Walled City and on to the historic village of Shui Tau with its Old Schoolhouse Museum and Ancestral Halls. Then, we are off to the nearby Mystery Tree House. There is 850 years of history to pore over at this site. From the Tree house we cycle out on bike path via Sha Po village to Nam Sheng Wai - an area known for its many bird species.
Cycling on brings us to the old city of Yuen Long. Here we will try a Dim Sum lunch. After our lunch we will continue cycling through Yuen Long to the Fish Ponds of Tsim Bei Tsui and the border fence of China. Looking across the bay we will see China while on the other side we will be riding through some of the best bird watching Hong Kong has to offer. We will be situated right behind the Wetland Park.
Continuing on Deep Bay Road our next stop is Lau Fau Shan, an ancient fishing village with an interesting market and oyster beds. By now we will be needing an afternoon snack. Time for Old Wives Cake, a real Yuen Long specialty. Finally we finish our ride cycling back towards Hong Kong’s very own Wetland Park to end our day. Free to explore at leisure or to cut out early, but we recommend you allow two hours to enjoy it. The Wetland Park closes at 5:30pm so we will try to be there by 3:00pm at the latest. Transport will be arranged according to need.
Inclusive of:
? English speaking tour guide service
? Private return Mercedes Benz transfers
? Bottled water
? Chinese dim sum lunch at a local restaurant
? Local snack

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Uncovered
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Traditional Chinese Medicine Uncovered

The plants, roots, animal parts and herbal concoctions of Traditional Chinese Medicine will no doubt seem curiously exotic or even downright strange to many visitors. In Hong Kong, where tradition and modernity effortlessly co-exist, these ancient potions are not considered alternative. Traditional Chinese Medicine is an integral part of Chinese life and the way Chinese people perceive health and treat illness. In Hong Kong, more than a fifth of all medical consultations are made with practitioners of Chinese medicine.
This traditional form of healthcare represents theories and experiences of Chinese physicians that date back five millennia. Whether it’s dried abalone, ivory-coloured birds’ nests, dried scallops or ginseng; the same remedies that were used in the distant past can be seen and smelled in Chinese medicine shops all over Hong Kong today, providing a tangible link to early Chinese society.
Whether you’re in the market for a remedy or not, our specialist guide will take you on a journey of discovery into this ancient practice. Walk through the local dried seafood and medicinal goods markets and learn the importance of weird and exotic items in traditional remedies before your own consultation with a Chinese doctor. You will also the opportunity to experience a key component of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, which coupled with the recommended herbal remedies, will assist you in finding your Qi.

Inclusive of:
? English Speaking Guide Service
? Private return Mercedes Benz transfers
? Walking tour through Sheung Wan
? Chinese Medicine Consultation
? Acupuncture Session
? Bottled water

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Hong Kong Living Culture, Exclusive Experience
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Hong Kong Living Culture, Exclusive Experience

Hong Kong is a kaleidoscope of life, a sophisticated fusion of East and West; a city of diversity where new and old meet at every turn. Today you will discover how traditional Eastern values live in harmony with the fast-paced Western influences in metropolitan Hong Kong.
Start the day with a slow motion tai chi class. During the hour-long lesson along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, enjoy fantastic views across Victoria Harbour to Hong Kong Island.
Continue on to a tea house where you will learn about tea and the intricate rituals involved in drinking it. A Chinese tea cup may look small, but it holds a great deal more than tea and water. As you listen to our tea expert, you might believe you are sipping the distillation of thousands of years of Chinese culture.
Next you will have the chance to sample a traditional Dim Sum meal, Cantonese cuisine at its best! Created from the freshest local ingredients by a team of regionally renowned chefs.
The final stop is to enjoy a foot reflexology session, which involves applying focused pressure to certain known reflex points located in the foot that correspond to certain other areas in the body so as to cure or prevent disease. It is based on the premises that our nerve zones or reflex points go from the bottom of our feet to the top of our head, encompassing all vital organs on the way.
“Hong Kong Living Culture” inclusive of:
? 30 minute Tai Chi Class with Master
? One hour Tea Ceremony
? Dim Sum lunch with Chinese tea
? 50 minute Foot Reflexology session
? English speaking guide
? Private transfers by Mercedes Benz

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Market Tour & Cooking Class
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Market Tour & Cooking Class

Host Denice Wai came to Hong Kong two years ago to open the Cooking Studio to promote healthy lifestyle to the local community. Her love for food and cooking has led her to travel extensively to Italy, England, Germany, Singapore, Australia, US, and Canada to experience the culinary delights that each country offers. She then integrates the best from the West and the East into her own unique cooking style.
The tour will take you to the wet market to experience the local shopping ways for food ingredients. Denice will share her personal cooking experience and tips with you throughout the tour. Guests will then enjoy the private cooking class and learn how to make two tasty Chinese cuisine dishes by following simple and easy recipes.
Inclusive of:
? Wet market tour and cooking class
? Casual dine-in and tasting of cooked dishes with complimentary drinks
? Private return Mercedes Benz transfers with guide
? Min 2 persons required for tour

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Hong Kong Helicopter Experience
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Hong Kong Helicopter Experience

This helicopter tour will give you a bird’s eye view of Hong Kong. You will fly over and around the harbour and see the spectacular high-rise density of Central, along the beautiful bays and beaches on the south side of Hong Kong Island. Truly quite spectacular!

“Hong Kong on High” inclusive of:
? 13 minute helicopter ride
? Round trip private transfers
? Water and disposable towelette
? English speaking guide

Hours of operation are 08h30 – 17h30 with the helicopter having to be back on the
ground at 17:30

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Private Yacht Charter for the Day
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Private Yacht Charter for the Day

You'll feel like kings and queens onboard this cruiser. Spend the day cruising around the 230 outlying islands or sit back and just enjoy the scenery. Warm weather, calm seas and glorious vistas, Hong Kong doesn’t get better than this.

“Day Sailing on Zaia” inclusive of:
? Exclusive use of Zaia
? Standard beverage package on board, wine, beer, soft drinks, water
? Buffet lunch on board
? Private return Mercedes Benz transfers with guide

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Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets
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Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets

Walt one-upmanship

As the newest Disneyland in the world, Hong Kong Disneyland is a must-see because of its special attractions and the inimitable sense of Chinese culture. Walking into it, you feel you are in a wonderland. Accompanied by Mickey Mouse and other famous Disney friends, you start a fantastic and magical journey as you escape from the real world and make your dreams come true.

The availability of delicious Chinese and Asian food is also a lure for many visitors and Disney fans. When you buy you Hong Kong Disneyland Tickets you will be guaranteed a memorable day of fun and thrills for all the family. You may have visited the Disney theme parks in America or the one nearer to home outside Paris, but to say you have been to the park in Hong Kong is real Walt one-upmanship.

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