Where East Meets West
Your guests will enjoy a smooth arrival at Hong Kong International Airport – ranked the world's best international airport eight times in 10 years.
Your visitors will experience the magic of Hong Kong Disneyland, which offers all the classic fun and flavours of Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrowland, and Main Street USA.
Your hungry guests will discover why Hong Kong is considered the ‘culinary capital of Asia’. With endless food options, they can dine in a luxurious hotel, a trendy restaurant, or a popular local eatery, to appreciate the skills of Hong Kong's Chinese and Western chefs.
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Your guests will begin the day visiting the stunning Peak Tower – the sky-high architectural landmark providing magnificent panoramic views of the dazzling Victoria Harbour below. Inside, the famous Madame Tussauds Hong Kong wax museum boasts more than 100 life-like waxworks of the rich and famous. Your guests will then head back down the mountain and hop into a sampan (a Chinese-style small boat) to tour Aberdeen harbour, checking out the lifestyles of local fisherfolk. Lunch will be a memorable feast aboard the Jumbo Kingdom – one of the world's biggest floating restaurants.
Your visitors will spend the afternoon exploring the beachside village of Stanley, famed for its diverse attractions, including shopping in its covered street market, strolling along the waterfront promenade, and touring the colonial-era Murray House. Afterwards, a short scenic drive will take your guests to afternoon tea at the beautiful Repulse Bay complex.
Aboard a chartered boat in the middle of Victoria Harbour, your visitors will enjoy a front row seat to A Symphony of Lights – a magical sound and light show with its own Guinness World Record. More than 30 buildings on both sides of the harbour will dazzle your visitors’ senses with a spectacle of colour and sound.
Your visitors will spend an energetic morning participating in a fun-filled lion dance, where they will learn 1000-year-old traditions and techniques from masters. They’ll take on different roles, such as the mythical costumed lion, the Happy Buddha orchestrating the dance, and the traditional musicians.
Alternatively, your guests may prefer to join the ‘Discover Kowloon Tour’ for another fantastic cultural experience. They’ll be able to learn the secrets of buying jade at the Jade Market; view a famous Qing-dynasty walled city that has been transformed into the lovely Kowloon Walled City Park; visit one of Hong Kong's most popular temples, Wong Tai Sin Temple, where they can have their fortunes told; and visit a splendid Tang dynasty–style Buddhist temple, the Chi Lin Nunnery.
For lunch, one of Hong Kong’s award-winning restaurants will offer your visitors an authentic Hong Kong culinary experience.
Your guests will likely love the chance to do some last-minute shopping in this shopper's paradise before they head to Hong Kong International Airport in time for their departures.