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Hong Kong

$400.00

Product By : Randy

Extraordinary way to explore Hong Kong’s life, culture and the changes after 1997. Please see highlight for details. QUESTIONS? Login and send me a MESSAGE!

 

Hong Kong CITY TOUR

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Tour Description

Modern and Nostalgic Hong Kong

Started from a short Hong Kong walking tour in Central District, the financial district with Skyscrapers. Where you can experience the life style and interesting Chinese “Feng Shui” (Chinese philosophical system of harmonizing everyone with the surrounding environment).
Then visit Sheung Wan Chinese Herbal and Sun-dried food wholesale market, you will get a general idea of Chinese Herbal Medication and diet culture. Also, explore the local shop like paper sacrificial for ancestor worship.
Follow by Man Mo Temple (Taoism Temple), one of the oldest temple in town since 1847. Here, you can get deep understanding of the native Chinese religion.
Then visit Aberdeen, where is the home town of “Floating Community” (Boat people). Enjoy a smooth sampan boat ride to explore the environment and life of the fisherman.
Finally, driver through the zigzag road to the Victoria Peak. Enjoy the bird eyes view of gorgeous Victoria Harbour at Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Private Tour

Additional Information

Tour type:

Cultural, City

Activity Level:

Light

Kid Friendly:

Yes. Let me know the ages of your children and I’ll adjust the tour for them.

What's Included:

My services as your personal driver-guide, local taxes, VAT, tolls and baggage charges.

What's Extra:

Meals, entrance fees if applicable

Transportation Method:

Air condition Toyota Alphard (MPV),

Wheelchair accessible vehicle:

No

End location:

Unless otherwise directed all customers will be dropped off at the same location as their pickup.

Tour Agency:

Yes

Spoken Languages:

English, Mandarin

Radius distance from pick-up point:

30 miles (50 Km)

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