Learn about Chinese traditions and rituals at Temple Street Market. This characterful night market is a particularly beautiful site to see of an evening. The city is dotted with numerous parks where you can relax and admire the beauty of Hong Kong by night.
Your expert guide will lead you to a special location which offers incredible views of Hong Kong’s skyline. The tour also includes visits to other famous landmarks including the Ching King Mansion and the Peninsula Hotel, and allows ample time to visit the many international fashion houses that line the elegant streets.Meet your expert guide at Yau Ma Tei MTR station for your Hong Kong night tour. Your walking tour lasts for approximately 3 hours and will take you to different parts of the city.
The tour starts with a visit to the vibrant Temple Street Night Market, around the Tin Hau Temple, that comes to life when the sun goes down. This popular street bazaar is a perfect blend of the traditional and contemporary life of the city and boasts of a wide variety of wares, ranging from handicrafts to tech gadgets.
Sit back and relax in a beautiful park under the moonlight. Your guide leads you to the different parks scattered all around the Hong Kong landscape. You will then be escorted to a special location to view the entire Hong Kong skyline. The breathtaking spectacle of this beautiful city illuminated by lights against the backdrop of the night sky will leave you mesmerized. Learn about the rapid transition of Hong Kong from a fishing village to a high-tech city from your expert guide.
Next up, visit the specialized theatre building that boasts of traditional Chinese Opera live performances.
You expert guide will then lead you to a chic street that hosts renowned international fashion brands, a hub for the city’s most stylish residents. Discover Hong Kong’s latest trends as you stroll along the high-end showrooms with classy apparel on display.
The next stop will be Hong Kong’s oldest hotel, the Peninsula Hotel, also referred to as the “Grand Dame of the Far East". The Peninsula Hotel radiates timeless elegance and classical grandeur, making it one of the most important landmarks of the city.
The last stop will be the Chung King Mansion, a 17-storied building located in one of the busiest streets in Hong Kong. The building houses numerous guesthouses, restaurants and malls, and is a significant place of gathering for ethnic minorities. You may browse the numerous shops and observe the different cultures that this building espouses.
Your tour ends at the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, after which you are free explore on your own.
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You will be in a small group of a maximum of 12 people.
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