Designed to show you two aspects of life in the city, tour the best bits of Hong Kong Island before discovering the natural beauty of Lantau, Hong Kong's largest island, with time to spend exploring as you wish.
Coronavirus Update for China
China currently has one of the lowest rates of new infections with 63 new daily infections reported yesterday* which makes us optimistic that we will return to life as normal and be able to enjoy our dream holidays soon. *Correct as of 8 January 2020.
Arrive in Hong Kong and transfer from the airport to your hotel, the famous skyline growing bigger and more impressive as you approach the city proper. The rest of the day is at leisure to begin your explorations.
Fill up on a hearty breakfast before enjoying a seat in coach half day Hong Kong Island City tour. Enjoy a half day seat in coach tour of Hong Kong Island starting with a panoramic Peak Tram ride up to Victoria Peak for fantastic views of the harbour, towering skyscrapers and the city below. Passing the popular Repulse Bay Beach, continue to Aberdeen Fishing Village and take an optional sampan ride (at your own expense). The tour ends with a visit to Stanley Market. The rest of the day is free to continue your own explorations. (B)
A full day seat in coach tour will see you taking in the sights of Lantau Island. Transfer to Tung Chung for a stunning cable car ride up to Ngong Ping Plateau where the Grand Buddha sits majestically next to the Po Lin Monastery. After touring the Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall and the Po Lin Monastery, a vegetarian meal is served. Later, visit the historical fishing village of Tai O with its traditional stilt houses. (B,L)
The day is free to spend as you wish before transferring back to Hong Kong airport. (B)
We draw from a wide range of hotels on our holidays, each one is chosen to suit the tour you are travelling on meaning your accommodation can range from a smart business hotel in one city to a family run guesthouse in a smaller town. Here are some examples of the type of hotel you can expect to find on this tour.
Overlooking the Happy Valley Racecourse, this 4* hotel is centrally located on Hong Kong Island in the stylish district of Wan Chai. Sophisticated rooms come with Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Conveniently located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong's renowned commercial and entertainment district, the Regal Kowloon Hotel is a sleek and refined establishment ideal for both leisure and business stops. This luxurious hotel offers gracefully furnished guestrooms with modern fittings and a variety of award winning food and drink from Cantonese & Sichuan cuisine to American Italian delights, international buffets and refreshing cocktails.
Conveniently located on the exciting Nathan Road, the Eaton is a fantastic choice of accommodation in Kowloon. With outdoor swimming pool, modern furnishings and a choice of dining options, the Eaton offers everything you could desire.
The Harbour Grand Kowloon offers 555 well-appointed Hong Kong guest rooms and suites. The luxury rooms are brightly furnished with an emphasis on comfort and functionality and the majority of rooms feature outstanding harbour views. The Harbour Grand Kowloon’s distinctive feature is its unique location in the city, right on the Kowloon waterfront in the breezy Whampoa Garden district. It is just five minutes’ drive from MTR Hunghom Station and the bustling entertainment district of Tsim Sha Tsui, and is furthermore adjacent to the ferry piers linking to Hong Kong Island.
A recent beneficiary of a multimillion dollar transformation, the refreshed Langham Hotel is perfectly situated in the shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. All 98 rooms and suites are elegantly styled, complete with up to date modern facilities and designed primarily with space and a high level of comfort in mind. One of the highlights of the hotel is the three-Michelin starred T’ang Court Restaurant which serves the very best in authentic Cantonese cuisine. There are numerous other restaurants which serve a wide variety of lavish European and American styled dishes. In the evenings a popular place to wind down is the Artesian Bar, which serves the finest in-house infusions. Alternatively, you may want to enjoy a live music performance at The Langham Afternoon Tea at Palm Court.
Located in the heart of Yau Ma Tei, The Cityview sits adjacent to bustling Nathan Road. It has a cosy Cantonese restaurant, a casual cafe and an airy Thai eatery. Offering world-class green eco standards and attentive service, The Cityview will make you feel right at home
The best times to visit China are in spring (April to May) and autumn, (September to October) when temperatures are warm and humidity low.
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There are no dedicated Solo departures for this year. You can enjoy any of our tours with no Single Supplement on our Happy to Share option or explore the solo departures in other years.