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$97.94 Tours & Sightseeing

Family-Friendly Tolo Harbour Cycling Adventure

Meet your guide at the Tai Wai MTR Station and set out for nearby Tolo Harbour. Once you're fitted with a bike and helmet for your tour, you'll have ample time to explore this scenic setting of Hong Kong. With the water never far away, the vistas across the Pat Sin Leng Mountains are at your fingertips. Follow a flexible and flat route along dedicated bicycle paths, making this 4-hour tour ideal for beginners, youngsters, or anyone who prefers a relaxing ride. The picturesque surroundings can be enjoyed year-round in most weather conditions, and are particularly great on sunny days with good visibility.

$20.89 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Aqua Luna Hop-On Hop-Off Boat Tour of Victoria Harbour

This afternoon boat tour of Victoria Harbour departs from the pier at Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Wanchai, and Hung Hom, allowing you to see the best of Hong Kong. The Aqua Luna circuit embarks every hour, so if you hop off to explore an area then you can hop on the boat again later. Discover Tsim Sha Tsui, a shopper's paradise with some of the largest luxury brand stores in the world, including Chanel, Hermes, and Louis Vuitton. Head to the heartbeat of Hong Kong Island at Central and perhaps ride the Peak Tram to Peak attractions (own expense). Venture to Wanchai, home to the must-see Golden Bauhinia and the impressive Exhibition Center. At Hung Hom you'll find a vibrant shopping, entertainment, and dining hot spot, great for a stroll around the neighborhood streets.

$104.47 Outdoor Activities

Ultimate Adventure Night Hiking Tour: Lantau Peak For Sunrise

This memorable night hike to Lantau Peak begins with pickup from a central meeting point in Hong Kong. Your guide ensures that you check over your equipment before boarding the ferry (own expense) for the crossing to Lantau Island, in preparation for your ascent. From Mui Wo village we board another bus to take us to the start of the trail and adventure awaits, where you will have a final equipment check and time for any adjustments. Possible wildlife sightings include porcupines, boar, and even the elusive barking deer. Due to the remote location, the Milky Way can often be seen along with other wonders of the night sky, depending on the time of year.Continue steadily upward along a well trodden path that provides views of Shek Pik and, even sometimes, Macau by night. The climb gets progressively steeper as you pass by the Halfway point where we can take a look at the Wisdom path before starting the final ascent over large steep steps to take us to the summit.From Hong Kong's highest accessible peak, you'll observe a spellbinding sunrise (subject to weather conditions) while your guide serves tea and coffee; you are free to bring your own snacks.After you descend, use your provided ticket to catch a bus back to Mui Wo. From here, you'll board the return ferry (own expense) to Central. 

$73 Cultural & Theme Tours

Qufu Private Tour of Confucius Temple plus Kong's Family Mansion and Cemetery by Public Transportation

Meet your guide at the lobby of your hotel in Qufu city centre to start this tour in this city known as the hometown of Confucius. First you will visit the Confucius Temple, or in Chinese Kong Miao. The origins of the temple date back to the 5th Century B.C., as it was built shortly after Confucius’ death. In 478 B.C., Duke Ai built a temple honoring Confucius, who, at the time, was still largely unknown outside the province. By the 2nd Century B.C., the fame of Confucius had spread and the Han Emperor Wu began offering sacrifices at this site in 205 B.C. The temple was expanded but subsequent generations of rulers, and for the next thousand years, untold numbers of buildings were built and torn down in many rounds of rebuilding.   After your visit to the temple, you will enjoy a traditional Chinese cuisine lunch. Next you will visit the Confucius’ Family Mansion. This is where both Confucius and his descendants allegedly lived for over 2,500 years. The yard boasts 466 rooms and myriad courtyards, most of which are off-limits to tourists, but there are enough open to give you a general idea of the grandeur of the place.   Then you will have a nice 30 minutes walk to reach the Cemetery of Confucius, which is where the Confucious (Kong in Chinese) clan is all buried, as well as some of Confucius’ disciples. Construction on this cemetery was begun in 1331, but in total there have been 13 different renovations and extensions. The oldest graves found here date back to the Zhou Dynasty.   After this last visit, we will take you back to your hotel in Qufu city centre. If you wish to be dropped at the Qufu train station, your guide will help you to find a taxi on your own expense.

$26 Walking & Biking Tours

Beijing Private Walking Tour to the Temple of Heaven Pearl Market with Peking duck dinner or Kongfu show option

Your English speaking  guide  will  pick  you  up at 14:00 in your hotel's lobby .Since it is a private tour, so start time can be flexible.Then you will travel to the Temple of heaven either by Subway or taxi (on your own expense)Your exploration begins with a visit to the stunning Temple of Heaven visited by the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven. Facing the map of the temple ,your informative guide will give a detailed story for the temple as well as the processor  for the ceremony which held here.In this massive Park, you will visit these important buildings , your guide will accompany you to give detailed explanation of each building:The 7 Star Stones Walk along the Long Corridor The Hall of Payer for the Good Harvest The Hall of Imperial Zenith Visit a Museum to learn the Architecture and function of the TempleWalking Along the Danbi BridgeThe Echo WallThe Imperial Vault of HeavenThe Circular Mount Alter  Exit the Temple from the East Gate then start your shopping adventure!In the Pearl Market you can find almost everything you want.Headphones, watches, scarfs, purses,shoes,T-shirts,jewelry, souvenir etc. Receive tips from your guide on which vendors to visit for specific items and how to find the perfect souvenirs to take home.Your guide will also teach you how to negotiate price in this fun market.The 3 hour Walking tour will finished here. However you have the options to add the delicious peking duck dinner ,Kong fu show or maybe both. At approximately 18:00.Stop for the Peking Duck dinner at a local restaurant. Peking Duck is originally from Beijing, which is the capital of Mainland China. It is prepared with a fruit tree, so it has a fruity flavor and its skin is very crispy. You also eat it in a very special way.Your guide will eat with you and explain the dishes you are going to have and Chinese Food Culture.The Peking duck can switch to be a regular Chinese dinner The Amazing Kong fu show after the Peking duck dinner is a great option to end the perfect evening in Beijing.The show time is between 7:30pm to 8:40pm.In the show you will learn the stores of Chunyi, A boy went to the temple and learnt his Kong fu finally got this Success,it is an interesting show mixed the Chinese Kong Fu, Dancing, history with beautiful stage setting. At the end of the tour, your guide will give you advise on how to get back to your hotel or the places you want to go .Please note that Peking duck Dinner and Kong Fu show is the options you can choose after the Temple of heaven and pearl market walking tour.Please choose the option according to your wish.

$91.41 Cultural & Theme Tours

Half-Day Hong Kong Walking Tour: Origin of Fragrant Harbour

Meet your guide and small group (maximum 15 participants) at the departure point in Central Hong Kong, and take a ride on the Peak Tram (ticket included). Ride up to Lugard Road at the Peak where a scenic promenade showcases the view from 1,312 feet (400 meters) above Hong Kong. See bountiful flora and historical monuments en route while you learn about the original coal-fired tramway before it became electrically powered in the 1920s.Afterward, take a bus to Pok Fu Lam for snacks or homemade dim sum. In the old village, hear tales about how Hong Kong got its name (literally, Fragrant Harbour) and perhaps search for the origin of the 'fragrant stream,' which can still be found here despite being threatened by urban development. During your heritage walk through the atmospheric village, learn about Hong Kong's primary university, dairy farm, and other 'firsts' long forgotten.At the end of your 5-hour tour, your guide accompanies you by bus back to Admiralty Station.