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Hong Kong Day Tours

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360 Lantau Sunset Tour

 

Start off  with a Ngong Ping Cable Car ride. Visit the Po Lin Monastery and the Big Buddha, then take a coach to Tai O fishing village and enjoy a boat ride to  see houses on stilts and a fascinating waterway. You can also take a taxi to Cheung Sha Beach and view a gorgeous sunset, then return to Tung Chung Town Centre.

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Highlight of the Night

 

Visit the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck for a 360-degree view of the city. Next head to Temple Street Night Market where you can browse among countless bargain items and check out surprising street theatre performances. Afterward, walk to the Tsim Sha Tsui harbourfront and gaze across stunningly beautiful Victoria Harbour as the multi-media light and sound show ‘A Symphony of Lights’ gets underway. 

Shatin Tours

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Active half-day tour

 

Spend a pleasant afternoon hopping between all the verdant areas along the Shing Mun River. Enjoy cycling along bike paths while you spot teams of competitive rowers heaving their paddles back and forth along the waterway. At Sha Tin Central Park, you’ll find a waterfall, wonderfully manicured gardens, an amphitheatre for community performances, and a riverside plaza popular with street musicians. Yuen Chau Kok Park is built around a hill that offers hikers a modest challenge while Penfold Park features a huge lawn in the centre of the Jockey Club’s Sha Tin Racecourse.

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Full-day heritage tour

 

The Hong Kong Heritage Museum has crowd-pleasing exhibitions on everything from ancient ceramics to Kung Fu pop culture. Not far away, Sha Tin Town Hall plays host to public arts shows and regular theatrical performances while the nearby New Town Plaza is one of Hong Kong’s largest shopping malls. In Fo Tan not far away, old factory blocks have been colonised by contemporary artists while Che Kung Temple is one of the city’s largest places for worship. On the hill above the MTR Sha Tin Station, sits the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery and the idyllic pathways of Pai Tau Village, lined by lychee trees and bougainvillea. During the evenings you can visit To Tau Wan Village, a sleepy destination on the beach, and watch the sunset over the Shing Mun River in the distance.