Hong Kong has a lot to offer and it can be sometimes very difficult to choose where to go due to its vast variety of attractions and one owns time limitations. Friends and people have been asking us where to go and what to see and where not to spend too much time on. Answering these kinds of questions can be sometimes very challenging and there is no single valid answer to them. We try to provide you a sample itinerary on the following pages.
We start out with a simple one day trip. Each additional page will add one more day to the planned itinerary and you will be able to flexible adjust according to your own plans and needs. Furthermore, there is no need to following our trip advice strictly or in order. In matter of fact, you can combine any of these suggested day trips as you like or depending on your specific needs and interests. We rather would see the following pages as a suggestion and would encourage you to discover your own “little” Hong Kong. None the less, we are more than happy if you decide to follow our footsteps and if you find any notable experience, addition or amendments to our day trips please drop us a line or two with the contact form below.
We wish you a pleasant and memorable stay in Hong Kong !
One Day Tour (The 1st Day in Hong Kong)
If you only have one day in Hong Kong, you can follow our suggestion which will lead to a sufficient visit of most important attractions in Hong Kong with a limited time. This plan includes the most famous attractions such as Victoria Harbor, Avenue of Star, The Peak (Peak Tram, Peak Tower, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum) and [Symphony of Lights], as well as taking “Ding Ding” tram tour around Hong Kong Island. We have arranged a convenient transportation route for you that will save your time on the road.
Two Day Tour (The 2nd Day in Hong Kong)
The second day in Hong Kong you can consider visiting some temples or the street markets of Hong Kong, also sampling some traditional food on the streets. This second-day plan focuses on experiencing a true Hong Kong lifestyle and culture, which is packed with Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple as well as street markets (Ladies Market, Sneaker Street, Goldfish Market, Flower Market, Bird Garden, Electronics Street, Jade Market and Temple Night Market).
Three Day Tour (The 3rd Day in Hong Kong)
After the first two-day’s tight schedule, the third day in Hong Kong we suggest you to travel a little bit further to visit Lantau Island (Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and Big Buddha), do shopping in Citygate Outlets and have a relax night in Lan Kwai Fong.
Four Day Tour (The 4th Day in Hong Kong)
The two biggest theme parks “Hong Kong Disneyland” and “Ocean Park Hong Kong” are must-go of Hong Kong attractions. Choose one of them and it will cost a whole day of your time to experience a fun day.
Five Day Tour (The 5th Day in Hong Kong)
On the fifty day, we are more flexible on the plan. We will introduce you other worthwhile-to-go attractions that you might miss on the last four days’ trip. You can choose to visit some attractions or take a spa, make a tailor-made shirts or even do some shopping.
Plan Your Stop-Over Time (Short Stay in Hong Kong)
If you only have chance to stay in Hong Kong for a short time (from 3-4 hours to about 24 hours or more), you still can plan a stop-over sightseeing or shopping tour.
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