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From Hong Kong: Sai Kung Wild Beaches Customizable Adventure

1. From Hong Kong: Sai Kung Wild Beaches Customizable Adventure

Discover the idyllic and remote Sai Kung peninsula, arguably the crown Jewel of rural Hong Kong. With no roads within the region's outer reaches, the only way to access this stretch of white sandy beaches is to hike or arrive by boat. First, meet your guide in downtown Hong Kong and set off on your customizable day trip. Make the boat crossing to the Sai Kung peninsula and marvel at the incredible mountains, waterfalls, beaches, and unique rock formations. Spend the day exploring this remote stretch of white sand beaches - a must-do activity for those with an interest in nature and the outdoors. With so many options of things to do, mix up your itinerary according to what experience you're looking for and what the weather conditions are like on the day. The local supplier will be in touch once a booking is placed to organize your trip with you.

Hong Kong Street Food Feasting

2. Hong Kong Street Food Feasting

Join a local host who is a foodie just like you and wander through the Kowloon district or through the neighborhoods of Sheung Wan or Sham Shui, eating your way around the most delicious markets, local eateries and street food stalls together as well as discovering the incredible ingredients that go into these dishes. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them.  Get to know the local food culture - your local host will take you to spots where the locals go to buy a meal from street food vendors and choose 6 - 8 street foods like pork dumplings, roast goose, pineapple buns and glutinous rice pastries for you to try. Immerse yourself in the local food culture with a host who is as passionate about eating authentic, local cuisine as you are and discover markets and street foods together.  Spend time getting to know your local host, chat about your favorite cuisine and get some insider recommendations of the most authentic locals places to eat and drink on the rest of your trip, at places your local guide knows you will love. 

Welcome to Hong Kong: Private Tour with a Local

3. Welcome to Hong Kong: Private Tour with a Local

Transform the way you travel and make it as much about the people you meet as the places you see. Get a welcome to Hong Kong from a local eager to share all the tips and tricks to help you make the most of your stay. Meet at your hotel, hostel, or other accommodation and get familiar with the neighborhood. Get insider tips on the best places to eat and buy groceries, and hear about the easiest ways to get around. Alternatively, arrange to meet at a central landmark or intersection to start your tour. Get information on the best things to see, customized to your interests. Feel more comfortable navigating the city with all the information you need by the end of the tour.

Hong Kong: Big Buddha Private Hiking Tour from Tung Chung

4. Hong Kong: Big Buddha Private Hiking Tour from Tung Chung

Escape the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Hong Kong with a hike into the hills and see the famous ‘Big Buddha’, a bronze statue that measures 112 feet in height. Meet your guide at the Tung Chung MTR station before starting the hike up to The Big Buddha. Follow the Ngong Ping 360 Rescue Trail as it climbs 4.4 miles uphill towards the statue. Enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding hills, Tung Chung Bay, Hong Kong airport and the longest bridge in the world - the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. At the top, marvel at the main attraction – the Big Buddha. Known locally as the Tian Tan Buddha, it is one of the largest outdoor Buddha statues in the world. The huge statue is said to symbolize the harmonious relationship between man and nature as well as people and faith. After taking in the sights at the Big Buddha, head right across to the Po Lin Monastery. One of the most important monasteries in the area, it’s known for its sacred Buddhist icons, stately courtyard, and in-house vegetarian restaurant. The last stop on the tour is the Wisdom Path. Just a short walk away from the monastery, this path is known for its 38 wooden columns that each hold verses from the centuries-old Heart Sutra. Listen as the guide translates the verses, invoking words of wisdom and prayer.

Hong Kong: Geopark Kayaking Adventure

5. Hong Kong: Geopark Kayaking Adventure

Meet your group and guide at the Hang Hau MTR Station around 9:00AM. From there you can get ready for your 8-hour kayaking adventure as you follow your guide to Sai Kung ferry Pier before taking a 20-minute ride to the Sai Kung Country Park. Once there you'll begin at Pak Lap Wan Beach where your kayak and equipment will be waiting for you, before hopping into your kayak and paddling out into the water with instructions from your guide. See awesome rock formations and dramatic seas arches, and maneuver your way through some cool sea caves. You might even spot some coral beds and sea life as your cruise. After paddling for a while, take a break on Long Ke Wan Beach, which is known as one of the most beautiful beaches of Hong Kong. Depending on weather conditions and the group/individual's ability, you might be able to explore different areas of the park. With abundant sea life, scattered coral beds, and beaches aplenty, there is more than enough to fill a day.

Hong Kong: Guided Tour of Wong Tai Sin Temple

6. Hong Kong: Guided Tour of Wong Tai Sin Temple

Explore Wong Tai Sin Temple, one of the most sacred places in Hong Kong, as well as other spiritual sites on this 2-hour guided tour.  First stop is the temple. Admire the traditional Chinese style architecture with large red pillars, gold engravings, religious carvings, and a brightly tiled roof. You’ll also see worshippers burning incense and shaking fortune sticks.  If you want to have your fortune read, shake a bundle of fortune sticks until one falls out, exchange it for a piece of paper, and have a clairvoyant interpret it for you. The next stop will be the nearby Nine Dragon Wall, a replica of the wall with the same name in Beijing. You will also visit the Good Wish Garden, a miniature replica of the Summer Palace in Beijing.

Hong Kong: Ladies Market & Temple Street Night Market Tour

7. Hong Kong: Ladies Market & Temple Street Night Market Tour

Join a 2-hour tour exploring the Ladies Market and Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon and learn the way to get the best shopping deals with your local guide. Stretching 1km in length, the Ladies Market, which is not only for ladies but also for men, is a fun market atmosphere with lots of colorful products and souvenirs. Witness different sub-cultures mixing together and ask your guide for tips on how to best bargaining and get big discounts. Next, continue to the Yau Ma Tei Fruit Market, where you can find interesting and delicious fruits from all over the world at great prices. Browse the stalls inside the historical building. End at the Temple Street Night Market, known to be Hong Kong's liveliest spot where you can find street vendors selling local goods. This market is travelers’ favorite due to its grassroots night culture and is a good place to purchase chinaware, souvenirs, antiques, and typical snacks and drinks.

Hong Kong: City Tour with Self-guided Audio Tour App

8. Hong Kong: City Tour with Self-guided Audio Tour App

Tour the wonderful history and sites of Hong Kong at your own pace with an guided tour that you can download to your phone.  Download the app and let your self-guided audio tour take you on a fascinating cultural quest. Take your tour in your pocket, and let the rich information from the guide give you a deeper understanding of the city.  Discover all you need to know about sites like Hong Kong Park, the Tai-Kwun- Centre for Heritage and Arts, and the Tower of the Winds. Admire Man Mo Temple, the Ladder Street, and the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator without a live guide dictating how much time you spend at each site.  Access content offline, so you don't have to worry about using all your data.

Tai Kwun: 2-Hour British Colony Tour of Victoria Prison

9. Tai Kwun: 2-Hour British Colony Tour of Victoria Prison

Marvel colonial Hong Kong stories in this 2-hour walking tour, which will take you to the awarded revitalised heritage and cultural area of Tai Kwun, the complex of the former Central Police Station, former Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison.. Meet at the Central MTR Station, your professional guide will take you to the Tai Kwun area with the first stop being the former Central Police Station. The newly restored police station features approximately 16 historic buildings, all within close range of each other while learning interesting facts about how British as a minority rules the locals. You can find the elements of both the East and the West. After exploring the police station, move on to the former Central Magistracy. Snap a photo or two by its imposing facade and take it its Greek-revival style architecture. The day's history lesson will wrap up by visiting Victoria Prison, the first and longest-running prison to date in Hong Kong, where housed the national father of Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh in the past. Learn the colonial court system and take photos inside the cells, experiencing as a prisoner!

Guangzhou: Pearl River Night Cruise with Buffet Dinner

10. Guangzhou: Pearl River Night Cruise with Buffet Dinner

Benefit from pick-up at your downtown Guangzhou hotel at around 17:30, and then board a comfortable vehicle to journey to the start of your Pearl River cruise. Stretching for more than 2,000 kilometers, and the third longest river in China, the Pearl River is a gem of Guangzhou city. Admire the breathtaking sights and illuminated monuments after dark as you feast on a buffet dinner. See the tall Canton Tower floodlit for the night. Built for the 2010 Asian Games, the tower topped out in 2009 at 595.7 meters, briefly making it the tallest tower in the world. Journey along the ribbon of the Pearl River as it connects historical sites and the beautiful scenery. Get an insight into the modern culture and historical legacy of Guangzhou as you relax into the delightful experience. Return to the wharf after approximately 1.5 hours, where a vehicle will be waiting to take you back to your hotel.

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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 27 reviews

My wonderful hiking trip ⛰ would not have been possible without Rory as my excellent guide to the ins and outs and the beautiful trails of the ⛰ complex. For those four hours we were jungle explorers of the Hong Kong hinterlands, befriending mock vipers and pregnant, -bellied salamanders . And enjoying the lush greenery and rich verdure of our wild and untamed surroundings, and we are warmly welcomed by the au naturale and cooly refreshung shower of waterfalls ️ offered by the wondrously beauteous works of nature ! It is at times tiring tho not exhaustingly so, but absolutely worth breaking a sweat for! One will most certainly gain a greater perspective on life after this simple yet great experience!

What a fantastic time. I booked on a different tour, which cancelled due to low numbers, but when I rebooked on this one I was pleasantly surprised that I was the only person on the tour. Sandy, my guide, was lovely. Full of conversations and explaining everything and everywhere that I went. Encouraging me to try new and exotic dishes (Chicken foot soup). Helping me understand how things are made, where items are imported from and even allowed me venture into a kitchen, and behind the scenes of a live market. All really interesting and would thoroughly recommend this.

Evangeline was the perfect host. We walked in the town a lot, took the metro to Kowloon and visited the Peak. Definitely worth having a guide for us as we were only in HK for a day and a half and we used the time well.

The tour guide was very nice.. he know lots of HK hiking trails..I was very enjoying hiking with him. I will definitely join him again next time.

Ben was great, very helpful and really tried hard to make sure we hadvthe best experience according to our individual needs.