Make your way outside the city center and take a dreamy gondola ride up to the peak of Maokong. The quaint Maokong Tea Farm
warmly welcomes visitors as they explore the mesmerizing tea fields that produce the famous Bouzhong tea and Taiguan Ing.
When night falls, colorful lights come to life outside of the buildings and you can stop at one of the cute cafes for a cup
of fragrant tea before making your way back down the enchanting mountain.
The eclectic Old Town Central is an exciting blend of history, food, art, and hidden treasures set among a sea of modern
skyscrapers. Explore the heart of Hong Kong’s financial district that has retained much of its history and culture while
remaining a modern economic powerhouse. Immerse yourself in a world where east meets west, past meets present, and tradition
meets innovation - a remarkable area where Hong Kong’s distinct contrasting attributes collide, blend, and coexist.
The calming turquoise water of Sun Moon Lake is surrounded by a backdrop of never-ending mountains: a picture-perfect scene.
Sun Moon Lake is Taiwan’s largest natural lake and many people flock here for the scenic bicycle route, which CNN claimed
as being one of the ten most breathtaking in the world. Hop on a boat tour to visit the tiny island of Lalu, located in the
middle of the lake. Appreciate the serenity of the lake from above on the Sun Moon Lake Ropeway where the birds-eye view
of the surrounding area is captivating.
Immerse yourself in an authentic local experience by heading to Sham Shui Po. This neighbourhood is bustling with family-run
restaurants, electronic stores, and a blooming art district. Begin your day with a local Hong Kong breakfast of a pineapple
bun or macaroni soup with a glass of Hong Kong-style milk tea at one of the many cha chaan tengs. Spend a day getting lost
in this up and coming historic and revitalized area, which is also home to a garment and fabric industry, handicraft stores,
the popular electronic shops on Ap Liu Street, and century-old Chinese medicine practices.
Pingxi is a charismatic old town where its shops are built into a hill with a train track running right through the middle.
During the lantern festival, visitors and locals alike flock to Pingxi to send sky lanterns with their wishes and prayers
up to the sky. The night sky of this culturally rich town is illuminated by the lanterns, leading to an incredibly magical
moment that will surely be treasured for years to come.
During the day, browse around the chic boutiques, galleries, and antique stores found throughout Lan Kwai Fong and Soho.
When night falls, indulge yourself in the city’s most popular nightlife spot with over 90 restaurants and bars that are guaranteed
to show you a good night. Excited laughter and good cheer can be heard in every direction, regardless of where you go, as
the party flows onto the streets. Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes to dance the night away at a local dive bar or
a swanky nightclub before calling it a night.
Now you can visit these two complementary destinations in one fabulous trip!