Hong Kong Stopover
Hong Kong is often visited as a gateway to another Asian country, and three nights in Hong Kong is the perfect amount of time to explore the main highlights of the city, especially when you are a guest at the legendary Peninsula Hong Kong. Your first half-day of private touring includes Victoria Peak for breathtaking views of the city, a sampan ride in the large fishing village of Aberdeen, and the popular Stanley Market. A half-day tour on the next day visits the traditional herb & food shops of Sheung Wan, the shops on Lascar Row (Hollywood Road) for their collection of ancient oriental arts and treasures, and the historic Man Mo Temple. There will also be time to explore the Mid-Levels district and its many cafes and boutiques.
Day 1: Arrive Hong Kong, private transfer to hotel; Day 2: Private half-day tour of Victoria Peak with tram ride to peak, sampan ride at Aberdeen, and Stanley Market; Day 3: Private half-day tour of Sheung Wan, Lascar Row, and Man Mo Temple; Day 4: Private transfer to airport
- 3 nights at The Peninsula (Grand Harbourview Deluxe Room)
- Private roundtrip transfers airport/hotel
- Private tours (as noted above)
All tours are private and depart daily. Click here for complete details on this package.
from US$2, 890, per person, double occupancy
The Peninsula (Grand Harbourview Deluxe Room)
All of our journeys are private and customized. This is simply a suggested itinerary and can easily be customized to suit your schedule, budget, and interests. For complete details and options for this package, click here.
For complete details on this package, click here. All journeys are private and depart daily.
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