Enjoy 4 different kinds of rides frequently used by local Hong Kong people: Double-decker "Ding-Ding" Tram, which has served the city since the 1900s; Peak Tram ride to enjoy the sparkling view of skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour; Open Top Bus ride to explore many heritage sites of Hong Kong with a 540-degree panoramic view; DukLing Junk Ride to enjoy the sunset view. Walking tours are inclusive of Mid-Level Escalator from Des Voeux Road to Conduit Road.
Meet your tour guide and tour fellows at meeting point (1:00pm), and start this interesting local rides to see the different angle of beautiful Hong Kong.HIGHLIGHTS：DING DING TRAMThese double-decker trams have been travelling through Hong Kong’s busiest streets since 1904s and continue to be an affordable and leisure way to get around. Neighborhoods that might pass through on your journey include some of Hong Kong's most colorful suburbs, such as Western district, Wan Chai, Happy Valley, Causeway Bay and North Point. PEAK TRAMOperated for over 125 years, there's nothing in the world like riding the 373 meters long Peak Tram to visit the Victoria Peak. Many skyscrapers buildings you passed by look like they leaning at a 45 degree angle!OPEN TOP BUS RIDEYou will some of the best attractions and landmarks in downtown Hong Kong with a 540-degree panoramic view on this double decker.MID-LEVEL ESCALATORSServing as a method of transporting, it links Des Voeux Road in Central with Conduit Road in the Mid-levels. It cost HKD240 million to build. The entire system covers over 800 metres in distance and it is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world)DUKLING JUNK RIDEDukling is not only a classic Chinese sailing junk but also one of the top ten tourist attractions in Hong Kong. Standing on the deck, imagine how Victoria Harbour was crossed and crowed by the classic Chinese sailing junks 150 years ago. The sailing route is Central pier No.9 - Tsim Sha Tsui Pier- Central Pier No.9. You can finish this tour either in Tsim Sha Tsui Pier or at Central Pier No.9. The time of disembark at Central pier No.9 is around 18:00pm.Free time to explore Tsim Sha Tsui or Central for the rest time of evening.TSIM SHA TSUIIt is one of the main shopping areas in Hong Kong. It is a giant world bazaar, where Hong Kong's glittering harbour is met by an alternate sea of stalls, shops, markets and malls.CENTRALCentral is the central business district of Hong Kong, it has served as the centre of trade and financial activities from the earliest days of the British colonial era in 1841, and continues to flourish and serve as the administrative centre after the transfer of sovereignty to China in 1997.