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Hong Kong is literally a living fusion of traditional Eastern and Western cultures. It’s fast paced with a dazzling array of high rise buildings, neon lights and billboards. Split into two by the harbour, Hong Kong has two main regions – Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.
For such a compact island, Hong Kong Island carries plenty of punch as a holiday destination. With the many shopping options, restaurants and bars around the Central district and a journey to the Peak for a bird’s eye view of the island – and beyond. Venture to Stanley Markets, marvel over the temples at Aberdeen or dine on seafood at Repulse Bay.
A tourist hot spot, Kowloon’s famous Nathan Road and its ‘Golden Mile’ are a magnet for bargain hunting shoppers and diners. Tsim Sha Tsui is one of Hong Kong’s major entertainment areas, popular both during the day and after dark. Visit the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Space Museum before venturing to the Peninsula for its world renowned High Tea.
While she feels like a cosmopolitan city, under her contemporary exterior is a traditional Chinese lady at heart. Peer down from Victoria Peak, wind your way through the streets of Mongkok, bag a bargain at the markets, and without a doubt the harbour is the centrepiece, with its dazzling
Catch the Tram up to the Peak – Enjoy the classic Hong Kong tradition and take in some of the best views across the city. In the funicular, try to sit on the right hand side for the best views on the way up.
Harbour Light Show – Victoria Harbour is dazzling all on its own, but each night the city puts on a ‘Symphony of Lights’ which involves more than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbour. Recognised in the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest permanent light and sound show, there are laser beams and searchlights that perform an unforgettable light spectacle synchronised to music.
Hullett House – Dine at the prized Loong Toh Yuen Cantonese restaurant. The highly acclaimed chef scours the markets for new tastes and ingredients, adding his own contemporary interpretation to Cantonese cuisine.
Giant Buddha – No trip to Hong Kong would be complete without a visit to the Giant Buddha which sits serenely atop Ngong Ping plateau amid the spectacular mountain scenery of Lantau Island. Climb more than 200 steps or take the Ngong Ping 360 cableway from Tung Chung to the culturally themed village.
Ladies’ Market – Featuring over 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs and stretching one kilometre. Be sure to practice your haggling skills to bag the best bargain.
Lan Kwai Fong – One of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots and home to over 90 restaurants and bars. Hosting carnivals and celebrations throughout the year, this area comes alive.
Harbour Cruise – Victoria Harbour is Hong Kong’s heart, so to catch the real essence jump onboard a harbour cruise. From a hop on hop off tour, to sunset cruises, experience Hong Kong in the most unique way.
Central District Walking Tour One of the most satisfying ways of getting to know a city is to explore by foot. On this guided walking tour you will discover that behind this modern and rather Western facade lie charming reminders of Hong Kong’s colonial past.
Hong Kong Island Tour
A fabulous way to orientate yourself in Hong Kong. Highlights include a visit to Victoria Peak for great views over Hong Kong, the Stanley Markets – famous for bargain shopping, and Aberdeen, where there’s time for an optional Sampan ride before before returning to your hotel.
Foodie Walking Tour
Hong Kong is a foodies paradise! With a huge variety of cuisine on offer, this intriguing walking tour will offer a unique chance for you to explore the local delicacies and where they are tucked away, which you may not find in other places!
Symphony of Lights Cruise
Spend the evening sailing around Victoria Harbour, one of the world’s most impressive natural harbours and see this skyline light up. The Symphony of Lights show brightens up the skyline with a spectacular display of laser beams bouncing off skyscrapers from both sides of the harbour every night and has been awarded the Guinness World records.
Visit the most famous theme park in Asia and enjoy a day of wholesome entertainment and endless fun for the whole family. Ocean Park is a combination of spectacular oceanariums, exhilarating rides and adorable animals within one complex.
Dim Sum Cooking Class
Dim Sums are Hong Kongs must try experience, so why not make them yourself. From bite-sized dumplings, sweet desserts and savoury spring rolls, your taste buds will love you - you can even put your new found technique to work and create your own Dim Sum animal. End the class by tasting your creations, as well as other traditional dishes cooked by the chefs.
Highlights at Night
Experience the magic of Hong Kong at night from the sky, land and sea. Start with a ride on the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, followed by a Rickshaw open top bus ride to many heritage sites. Finish with an international buffet dinner as you cruise along the Victoria Harbour.
Tsing Ma, Lantau & Monastery
Lantau Island is almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island, and with the development of Ngong Ping Cable Car, it has become a new attraction in Hong Kong. Explore a quaint fishing village where the houses are on stilts, and visit the world’s tallest outdoor seated
bronze Buddha statue.
Big Bus Hop-on Hop-off
Big Bus Tours Hong Kong is a mobile attraction that links various famous tourist spots around Hong Kong. Owning the largest fleet of 14 open-top and half open-top buses, four sightseeing routes operating daily, with Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, Stanley and Night Tours.
Disneyland Day Tour
The gates of Hong Kong Disneyland are open to reveal a whole new world of family entertainment, and to bring Disney magic to everyone! From the moment you enter the majestic gates, you’ll feel that Hong Kong Disneyland is unlike any other place on earth.
Auckland (AKL) to Hong Kong (HKG) 11h 40m
Wellington (WLG) to Hong Kong (HKG) 14h 15m
Christchurch (CHC) to Hong Kong (HKG) 14h 0m
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