Discover Hong Kong’s colonial past and cosmopolitan present on this walking tour through the city streets. From the bustling pace of Central (the business district) to the serenity of Hong Kong Park, you’ll learn all about Hong Kong’s rich history.
|HIGHLIGHTS||Explore the busy streets of Central, Hong Kong’s center of commerce
Visit Possession Point and learn about the city’s monarchical history
Get a glimpse into Hong Kong’s vibrant art scene at the Fringe Club
|INCLUDED||Professional English Speaking tour guide
Free hotel pick up and drop off service
|EXCLUDED||Gratuities to guides
Meet up at hotel lobby
Your guide will meet you at your hotel lobby with a sign showing your name. It is very easy to be recognized. Then s/he will accompany you to take the public transportation to begin the tour.
Start your walking tour at Possession Point, the area where the British took hold of Hong Kong in 1841. Witness the rampant urbanization of this city as your guide recounts the history of this site that was once part of a shoreline. Continue along to the Sheung Wan district and take the Sun-Yat Sen Historical Trail to gain insight into the life of the founding father of China.
Hong Kong Central Area
Then make your way to the Central and see the buildings that comprise the city’s administration center, including the Central police station and Victorian Prison Compound－ Hong Kong’s first prison.
Stop by the Fringe Club, a low-rise brick and stucco building, renowned for displaying the work of young emerging artists and serving as a hub for contemporary art.
Walk to the Hong Kong Park to stop by the Flagstaff House. There you may admire the British architecture and view the impressive display of antique tea ware. Next, you will see the new Government’s Headquarter Complex where the ministers, legislators and civil servants overlook the city’s famed Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center
Head to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on the Wan Chai waterfront, famous for being the location where the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony took place. See the Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture, a gift from the People’s Republic of China to celebrate the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Back to hotel at the end
Your tour guide will accompany you to take public transportation back to the hotel you stay at the end of the tour.
|1||$159 per person|
|2||$79 per person|
|3||$59 per person|
|4||$49 per person|
|5||$39 per person|
|6-8||$29 per person|
|9-10||$20 per person|