DS1B De Luxe Hong Kong Island
with Dinner

Daily Departure
Approx. 8.0 hours
Hotel pick up time : 12 : 50pm - 1 : 50 pm

Actual pick-up time will be advised on booking
Tour begins after the hotel pick-up service is completed

Hong Kong once situated at the estuary of the Pearl River Delta was once the home of simple fishing
villages. After more than a century on culture and traditional exchange Hongkong is now one of the
world's great cities, where East truly meets West. You will be amazed at the hustle and bustle of this
exciting city of life and will not regret making a trip to this fabulous gateway to the Orient.

Man Mo Temple
Man Mo Temple

A dedicated temple to the Gods Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). The interior of the temple is
notable for its many fine, well-polished brass and pewter incense burners.

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak (by Tram)

The views of the harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula from this 373 metres vantage point are simply
breath-taking and should not be missed.

Aberdeen Fishing Village
Aberdeen Fishing Village

A unique opportunity to see the life style of Hong Kong fishing folks at first hand (an optional sampan
ride at your own expense will give you an added experience you won't forget). Moving on you will have
the change to visit a jewelry factory giving you an insight into the fine art of handmade jewelry.

Stanley Market

Stanley Market

Stanley Market has become a Shoppers Paradise for both locals and overseas visitors. Abundant shops and
stores sell a wide range of souvenirs, clothing as well as bargain price designer labels.


Enjoy the magnificent view by taking the traditional Star Ferry ride to the Kowloon side on the Victoria


Take a 15 mins walking ride 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 honoured 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 position to see A Symphony of Lights.


A symphony of lights has been awarded the world's "Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show" by
Guinness World Records. The show combines interactive lights of 43 keys buildings on both Hong Kong
Island and Kowloon with musical effects.
Tour Code : ATC
DS 1B Deluxe Hong Kong Island Tour (Full Day with Dinner)        
Child (3-11 years)
UD Dollar 80
US Dollar 70
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