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Hong Kong Holidays

An ultra-modern harbourside city backed by rolling hills which embraces its unique heritage, traditions and east-meets-west atmosphere.

Hong Kong is known for its fascinating harmony between old and new, east and west. With 5,000 years of Chinese traditions, 150 years of British colonial influence and boundless energy for the future, this is a truly unique city that's constantly changing - so even if this isn't your first visit, you're sure to find something new and exciting.

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Hong Kong Hotels

Our recommendations for the best places to stay in Hong Kong

Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong

Award-winning hotel with a Michelin-Star restaurant

Harbour Grand Hong Kong

Waterfront accommodation and almost unrivalled harbour views.

Harbour Grand Kowloon

Harbourfront hotel in Kowloon offering incredible city views

Discover Hong Kong Island

First time in Hong Kong? Take a private tour of Hong Kong’s must-see locations: The Peak, Repulse Bay, and Aberdeen Harbour. After being collected from your hotel, you’ll take a trip on The Peak Tram. Steel cables pull the tram and climb 373 meters at a steep angle. From The Peak, there are views across the city skyline, Victoria Harbour, and Kowloon. The tour then proceeds to Repulse Bay, one of the most beautiful spots on the island and the most visited beach in town. The white-sand bay looks out over the South China Sea, and the water is clear and calm. A sea-view promenade leads to Deep Water Bay Beach in around 30 minutes. The next stop will be Aberdeen Harbour, a traditional fishing village where you can gain a deeper insight into the lifestyle of Hong Kong's fishing folks by riding on a sampan, which is optional.

• Duration: half day
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Explore Hong Kong On Foot

Get an insight into how old and new Hong Kong collide on this half-day walking excursion. Beginning in the Western District of Hong Kong Island, you’ll discover how the hustle and bustle of this modern metropolis mingle with the colourful, age-old traditions of Hong Kong. Among the dried seafood and Chinese herb shops, you’ll see traditions of the past still thriving. Your route takes you up Hollywood Road by Long Escalator and to Antique Street, Cat Street, and Man Mo Temple.

• Duration: Half day
• Timings: 9.30am to 1.30pm
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Hong Kong Street Food

Taste the flavours of Hong Kong’s vibrant Sham Shui Po district on a half-day food tour. As you stroll through the neighbourhood, you’ll sample local specialities, tucking into popular breakfast dishes at a traditional eatery before visiting a local breakfast shop to try steamed rice rolls. Next, you’ll visit a soy speciality store, where you’ll taste the freshest soy milk and hear about soybean cuisine. Next is a braised goose restaurant where the chef adapts traditional Chinese cuisine to suit Hong Kong tastes. A sweet treat follows at a famous bakery, sampling freshly baked cookies. Finally, you'll feast on hand-made fresh egg noodles at the award-winning, family-run ‘Oodles of Noodles’ restaurant.

• Duration: half day
• Timings: 10am to 2pm
• Daily departures\ • Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Cheng Chau Island Walk

Cheung Chau is a small island about 10 km southwest of Hong Kong. You’ll spend the day exploring the island on foot and by public transport, starting at Pak Tai Temple, which is dedicated to the Taoist god Pak Tai. Built in 1783, the temple features traditional Chinese elements such as ceramic figurines on the roof ridges, murals containing auspicious motifs and stone lions in the forecourt. You’ll also see Cheung Chau Rock Carvings, 3,000-year-old Bronze Age carvings at Tung Wan Beach, a popular spot for swimming, windsurfing, and canoeing.

• Duration: 8am to 2.30pm
• Departs Monday to Friday
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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