You will be picked up at your hotel in Hong Kong in the morning and firstly go to visit the[Man Mo Temple] which was built in 1847, dedicated to the gods, Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). The Temple is notable for its many fine, well-polished brass and pewter incense burners.
Then, let’s go to the summit of this metropolis, the[Victoria Peak]. We will take the world's steepest funicular railway up the peak. Don't miss the views of harbor and Kowloon peninsula from the 373 meter high point. You will have a feeling that the whole world and all the city uproars are under your eye sight.
After the Victoria Peak, we go to the[Aberdeen Fishing Village] at the Aberdeen Harbor. This harbor was an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in other parts of the World. You may gain a deeper insight of the lifestyle of Hong Kong fishing folks by riding sampan (at your own expenses).
Then we go to the[Stanley Market] which has become a shoppers’ Paradise where you can find a wide range of souvenirs, clothing, accessories as well as bargain price labels.
After the market, let [take the Star Ferry to Tsimshatsui], Enjoy the magnificent view in the Victoria Harbor. Once we get off the ferry boat, we will take a 15 minute walk to The [Avenue of Stars]. En route you will be able to see the old [Clock Tower], which is a landmark from the Age of Steam and it formed part of the Kowloon-Canton Railway terminus. The Hollywood style Avenue of Stars features plaques for honored movie celebrities on the walk of fame. It also features milestones and sculptures about Hong Kong film industry, along with kiosks selling souvenirs. Enjoy dinner at the Western restaurant which is located at the Avenue of Stars. It is also the best place to see the [Symphony of Lights].
* Price is in US dollar. It may vary a little bit according to US dollar exchange rate fluctuation, car fuel price change and government tax adjustment, etc.
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A. Personal English-speaking Guide
B. Experienced Driver + comfortable Private car/van/bus for the driving part
C. Admission fee for the attractions enclosed in the square brackets in the itinerary.
D. Meal specified in the itinerary.
A. Gratuities, Tips to local people, the guide and driver
(Although not compulsory, if you think your guide and driver have done a good job at the end of the tour, we suggest you tip them at you own decision to show your appreciations.)
B. Other Personal Expenses.
How to Dress (only for reference):
Comfortable walking shoes
Long, loose and comfortable pants
Shorts for summer months (June – September)
Warm clothes (Fleece, Jacket, hat and gloves etc.) for Nov-April
Umbrella or waterproof jacket in a cloudy day or rainy day
Cover for backpack or plastic bags to keep clothes dry in case of rain
What to Bring (only for reference):
Wet wipes / Moist towelettes
Sun hat, Sun block, Sunglasses
Camera, film and memory chip, battery