Highlights of the Hong Kong Nights
Highlights of the
Hong Kong Nights
When night falls, Hong Kong takes on another exhilarating persona. And what better way to let us
take you on a trip below the night sky and let the towering landmarks of illuminated
Hong Kong do its magic. You won’t forget this evening exploration easily.
WHY THIS TOUR?
Casting new lights on the vibrant side of Hong Kong, an evening without admiring the kaleidoscope of colours and rhythms of this former British colony that switches on when the sun has set, is not having visited Hong Kong at all.
Locals and visitors alike have rated the evening and night scene as “electrifying”; an incomparable experience touching almost all the senses lies in scope when we take you on a tour of the Kowloon and Hong Kong Island side and its unmissable Victoria Harbour. When adding a guide to the equation, stories and tales of what made Hong Kong the Asian version of the “City of Lights” will definitely add value. It is all about admiring some of the most iconic sights that Hong Kong has to offer on this evening tour.
18:00 - 22:00
Warmly welcomed by your English-speaking guide for the evening, the tour commences right after getting briefed on what is on the agenda for the next 4 hours.
The first stop is to sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck where you will be in awe of the 360-degree view of the city. Located in the very heart of this metropolis, the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is found on the 100th floor of the 393-metre tall ICC, the city’s tallest building. Using high-speed double-deck elevators, the ascent to an unobstructed bird’s-eye view takes only 60 seconds.
No trip to Hong Kong is complete without heading to the vibrant and perhaps somewhat gritty area of Temple Street. Immerse yourself in the thriving atmosphere, purchase goods from the stalls, watch street performers and taste local cuisine in one of the many restaurants. Although it opens every afternoon, it especially comes alive at night where and tourists and locals alike mingle.
Then hop aboard the Harbour Cruise Bauhinia where you can enjoy a sumptuous buffet while listening to live music and see the sights of Victoria Harbour. Separating Hong Kong Island in the south from the Kowloon Peninsula to the north, Victoria Harbour is surrounded by impressive skyscrapers that soar into the skyline. As the biggest harbour in China and the third-largest in the world, it is also a popular tourist site thanks to its attractions which include going on an iconic red-sailed wooden Chinese junk boat and seeing the sky light up with its famed laser light show, A Symphony of Lights, which takes place here every evening from the open-top deck.
Ending this exhilarating evening on a better note is simply not possible. After disembarking from the cruise, it is time to head back to your accommodation.