Hong Kong has many sides to its complex personality and it’s not every visitor who takes the time to explore these to their fullest. Come and discover a different side to the city with this series of tours that reveal its local foodie secrets or show you what cultural artefacts exist on its doorstep.
This tour offers an exciting way to appreciate Lantau Island’s diverse attractions. Start this scenic journey on the Ngong Ping Cable Car and take in stunning views of Ngong Ping Village and the Big Buddha. A visit to the historic Tai O fishing village will allow you to explore the traditional side of Hong Kong, as well as the beautiful setting of the Tai O Heritage Hotel. Cap off a pleasant trip with a lovely sunset dinner at the Tai O Heritage Hotel followed by stargazing on Cheung Sha Beach.
It’s always a tough decision to leave Hong Kong for a few days, but this two-wheel foray into the Guangdong Province offers one of the best ways of swapping the city lights for more rural delights. The unique castle-like dwellings (diaolou) of Kaiping have UNESCO World Heritage status and display a flamboyant fusion of Chinese and Western architecture. Émigré Kaipings returning to their home country from overseas in the 1920s and 30s built these fortified towers in this distinctive style to protect against bandits.
Take a sneak peek inside a part of Hong Kong that few get the chance to appreciate on this tour of some of the city’s more down-to-earth attractions. By using public transport you can access an oft-undiscovered side of Hong Kong, experience the city through the eyes of its locals and learn how the city lives and breathes.
Hong Kong is a city that never sleeps, and its vibrant nightlife is a medley of dynamic experiences. This three-hour evening walk in the lively areas of Yau Ma Tei and Jordan will give visitors a taste of local entertainment and delicacies as well as a glimpse into Chinese culture and Hong Kong society.
As a modern metropolis awash with contemporary design, 21st century architecture and innovative technology, it can be easy to overlook Hong Kong’s grassroots industries. This exclusive tour gives you a glimpse into the long-cherished traditions of the city’s age-old handicrafts upon which its kinsfolk once thrived.
The Central district on Hong Kong Island is the financial heart of the city and has been developing since the inception of the British rule in 1841. Explore the East-meets-West elements with a stroll through some of the most interesting areas, including the Old Central Police Station, Central–Mid-levels Escalator, Man Mo Temple, PMQ and Lan Kwai Fong.
Your wedding day will be the best day of your life – so why not spend it in one of the world’s best cities? With a choice of six great one-off venues including the historic Hong Kong tram, the traditional junk boat The Bounty, the romantic White Chapel, the sea-side Tai O Heritage Hotel, the Noah’s Ark Hotel and Resort and the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, it will surely be a day to remember. And with a dedicated wedding planner, you only need to turn up the day before and get ready to be pampered.
Escape from busy Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula to the New Territories, a vast area with peaceful century-old villages, ancient temples and untouched fields. This retreat offers a glimpse of rural Hong Kong with its mountainous landscapes and beautiful greenery. A tour to a preserved historic village and temple will help you learn about the stories of rural Hong Kong.
Learn the story of Hong Kong through its historical buildings and discover how the old is renewed for future generations through careful preservation and revitalisation. Experience Hong Kong’s oldest public housing complex through the Heritage of Mei Ho House museum, create handicrafts in a repurposed factory building and support the re-employment of the elderly over a pleasant lunch at a specialty restaurant.
Escape the manic pace of downtown Hong Kong with a relaxed tour of Lantau Island’s scenic environs. Begin with breathtaking panoramic views of the island as you soar high above the water on a 5.7km cable car journey to Ngong Ping Village, the spiritual (and physical) home of the Tian Tan Buddha.
Experience a range of flavours in the modest village town of Tai Po! Enjoy this four-hour foodie tour of local eateries such as streetside Dai Pai Dongs, which will entice you with not only the aroma and taste of different traditional snacks, but also the stories of different historical buildings. Get a taste of the real Hong Kong!
Any Bruce Lee fan will have a sense of the profound ties between Hong Kong and traditional Chinese martial arts. This tour gives you the chance to study the basic forms of wing chun, a set of techniques taken and adapted by the kung fu legend and international movie star.