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Mainly offering the hand-picked itineraries in Hong Kong Island, Lantau Island, Kowloon and New Territories. Following these tours, visitors can discover Hong Kong, accompanied by the local English-speaking tour guide and vehicle.

We offer special concern and excellent service for individual tourist, family or small group in Hong Kong, we have many cooperative star-rated hotels, best-value restaurants and transportation companies. All things enable you to enjoy your Hong Kong tour leisurely.

Tour code: BJH-HKPT-01A

1 Day Lantau Island Tour incl. Disneyland

Route:Lantau Island, Disneyland, Po Lin Monastery

Overview: Hong Kong Disneyland is a must-see destination because of its special attractions and the inimitable sense of Chinese culture. Walking into it, you feel you are in a wonderland.

Price from:$220/pax

Tour code: BJH-HKPT-01B

1 Day Hong Kong Island Tour incl. Ocean Park

Route:Victoria Peak, Aberdeen fishing village, Repulse Bay, Ocean Park

Overview: Ocean Park is a must for the first time visitors to Hong Kong. It is one of the most spectacular oceanariums in the world with the largest marine theatre.

Price from:$220/pax

Tour code: BJH-HKPT-01C

1 Day Kowloon Island & Hong Kong Island Tour

Route:Victoria Peak, Aberdeen fishing village, Repulse Bay, Kowloon Island

Overview: One day is enough time to visit Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Island. This tour is best arrangement for you to visit Hong Kong.

Price from:$160/pax

Tour code: BJH-HKPT-01D

1 Day Hong Kong Island Tour

Route:Victoria Peak, Aberdeen Fishing Village, Stanley Market, Repulse Bay

Overview: In this tour, you will visit the highest point Victoria Peak for a bird’s eye of Hong Kong Island. Visit Jewelry factory to know how to make quality jewelry and the best beach of Repulse Bay.

Price from:$0/pax

  • What is a Hong Kong Private Tour?

    While taking our private tours, you, your friends and your family enjoy the exclusive use of a car or van with a personal local English-speaking tour guide in Hong Kong usually from 9:00am to 6:00pm for the tour you have booked.

    Our tour guide will meet you at your midtown hotel in Hong Kong. The major attractions of Hong Kong are included in our prearranged itinerary. If you have any special request, please tell us, we are able to have a tailor-made tour for you.

  • Do I need a visa to visit Hong Kong?

    Visitors from most countries can enter Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) without a Hong Kong Visit Visa or Entry Permit for periods of 7 to 180 days, depending on nationality. However, all nationals are required to hold a valid visa of other countries or regions to the HKSAR for whatever purpose ( including those who are in transit and remain on the airside).

    If you hold the British National (Overseas) Passport, you can be free to enter into the HKSAR without visa or entry permit.

  • When is best time to visit Hong Kong?

    Hong Kong is a popular tour destination year around. The city enjoys a mild climate from the middle of September to the end of February, while the weather from May to mid-September can be hot, wet and humid, with August being the wettest month. Typhoons come in September.

    The ideal tour season is late autumn, around from October to Christmas time. Read more Hong Kong Climate.

  • What items are I prohibited from bringing into Hong Kong?

    All travelers, including those transiting through Hong Kong International Airport, are liable for prosecution if they are found in possession of dangerous items against Hong Kong law, such as bullet, tear gas, extendible baton, stun gun, knuckle duster and flick knife.

  • What cuisine options are there in Hong Kong?

    Hong Kong is honored as the "Culinary Capital of Asia". Here you can not only deguster Hong Kong local food, such as steamed shrimp dumpling, pineapple buns and egg tarts, Cantonese food, Sichuan and Hunan dishes, but also taste gourmets from Britain, Italy, Germany, France and so on.

    Read more Hong Kong Food & Dining.

  • Where is the best place to stay?

    Hong Kong is very compact city, so visitors are never too far from major shopping areas and attractions. Getting around is simple via Hong Kong's extensive, reliable and affordable public transport system.

    Most hotels are located close to the harbour-front in Central, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay and North Point on Hong Kong Island, and in Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsim Sha Tsui East and Hung Hom in Kowloon. You can also find plenty of accommodation within Kowloon's busy areas of Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok. There are also a growing number of resort-style hotels in the New Territories and the Outlying Islands that offer more relaxing alternatives.

    Read more Hong Kong Hotels.

  • What about is the local transportation?

    Hong Kong has an excellent public transport system that is considered one of the best in the world. Depending on where you are going, you have a choice of MTR (subway), trains, buses, trams, ferries and taxis. These clean and efficient options cover extensive areas of Hong Kong and have signs and announcements in both English and Chinese.

    Read more Hong Kong Transportation.

  • Are credit cards widely accepted in stores?

    Most shops in Hong Kong accept major credit cards; however, at open-air markets, most vendors will only take cash. As these can offer attractive bargains and are found all over Hong Kong, it's best to bring both cash in Hong Kong dollars and credit cards when shopping.

  • Will my mobile phone work in Hong Kong?

    Most of the world's mobile telecommunications systems operate in Hong Kong, including GSM 900, PCS 1800, CDMA and WCDMA. Check if your service provider has a roaming agreement with a Hong Kong operator.

  • Is English widely spoken?

    Yes. English is widely spoken in Hong Kong and is the language of preference in the government, business and tourism sectors. As a visitor, you can encounter minimal problems communicating in English, as most taxi drivers, salespeople, tourism industry employees and police have reached competent levels of the language. Also, all official signs and public transport announcements, as well as most menus, are in both English and Chinese.

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