The Peak and Aberdeen by Night
When dusk falls, skyscrapers all around Victoria Harbour and extending up the surrounding hills twinkle as brightly as millions of stars in the nighttime sky, transforming Hong Kong into a stunning City of Lights that has no equal!
There is no better place to see this shimmering nighttime spectacle than by visiting the city's top attraction, The Peak. Situated 545 metres (1,788 feet) above sea level, it is world-renowned for its superb views of the harbour and city. The Peak is also home to some of Hong Kong's most expensive and prestigious homes!
Visitors will take the Peak Tram, the must-ride attraction, which is Hong Kong's oldest mode of public transport, for an unforgettable uphill climb on a 1.4 km track where the sharpest incline is 27 degrees to the horizontal! When they reach The Peak, stunning panoramic vistas of the world-famous harbour and the city's skyscrapers will be theirs.
This outing also goes to Aberdeen, the old fishing community on the south side of Hong Kong Island where people still live aboard their boats in the typhoon shelter. Guests will take a shuttle boat through Aberdeen typhoon shelter to the brightly lit Jumbo Floating Restaurant for an unforgettable banquet on board this ornately decorated Chinese palace.
This trip ends at top nightspot Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong's most famous location for fun seekers and night owls. Concentrated in a small maze of streets near Central, this happening place features cosy bars, restaurants and clubs that create a party atmosphere every night of the week!
Duration: About 5 hours


Kowloon by Night
Hong Kong's neon signs are world famous and have captured the imagination of many well-known photographers.
In Tsim Sha Tsui as well as other hot spots in Kowloon, the glittering signs sporting gaudy colours, exotic Chinese characters and familiar logos of multinational companies give nocturnal Hong Kong its very special and incomparable character. They are what many tourists come to see in this cosmopolitan city where fun and work, East and West, traditions and modernism exist side by side and contribute to its unique culture and way of life.
Tourist will have a special treat with a three-in-one tour that covers the famous glittering skyline, alfresco dining by the famous harbour and a visit to a night market.
Tourist will first relax and enjoy the views of the dazzling city and the magnificent A Symphony of Lights multimedia show at the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, which features over 40 skyscrapers on both sides of the harbour. It has been named the world's 'Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records. Then visit the Avenue of Stars with its imprints of Hong Kong's most popular entertainers and then enjoy an alfresco dinner at the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. After dinner, tourists can join the throngs at the Ladies' Market where bargain clothes, shoes, fashion accessories and knick-knacks are available.
Duration: About 4 hours


Sunset Cruise and Lei Yue Mun Seafood Dinner
Hong Kong's history began with its harbour. This natural deep-water dock along with its strategic location in Southeast Asia made it prosper, first as a port, then as a hub for exports and re-exports, and now as a centre of shipping, trading and finance.
The harbour separates Hong Kong Island from the Kowloon peninsula and New Territories, and is protected almost on all sides by mountains that act as a windbreaker, making it a natural shelter from the typhoons that sometimes hit the region during summer months.
One of the best ways to enjoy one of the busiest harbours in the world is with a sunset cruise. A local sightseeing boat will sail through the central and eastern parts of Victoria Harbour to the Lei Yue Mun fishing village. A visit to this seafood bazaar is a truly wonderful experience where guests will see a wide array of fresh fish and shellfish swimming in tanks, waiting to be prepared for a sumptuous seafood dinner.
After dinner, passengers can experience the Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon and be led through this colourful and noisy hive of activity where bargains abound, and see locals having meals at dai pai dongs (street food stalls).
Duration: About 5 hours
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