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Hong Kong City Tour
Hong Kong City Tour
Wander through the streets of Hong Kong and discover its amazing history, culture, people and soul. Learn the secrets of feng shui or try your luck at the horseracing events. See heritage sites and traditional lifestyles up close.
Victoria Harbour
Victoria Harbour
Victoria Harbour is one of Hong Kong's greatest assets, a jewel that people marvel at, no matter how many times they visit the city. People come from all over the world to see and admire it.
Tsing Ma Bridge
Tsing Ma Bridge
The magnificent Tsing Ma Bridge, the world's longest span suspension bridge carrying both road and rail traffic, is the key connection between Hong Kong and its international airport on Lantau Island. The bridge is 2.2 kilometres long, with the main span measuring 1,377 metres. The towers supporting the bridge are 206 metres high with a clearance of 62 metres.
Tai Fu Tai
Tai Fu Tai
Step back into the mid-1800s as you enter Tai Fu Tai, the opulent residence built by a scholar who was bestowed the title of Tai Fu (mandarin) by a Qing emperor. Lavish plaster mouldings and auspicious Chinese wood carvings adorn its regal interior. Architecture lovers can find similar exquisite décor inside the Tang Chung Ling Ancestral Hall, built in honour of the Tang clan's founding ancestor. The nearby walled village of Lo Wai offers fascinating insights of village life in the New Territories.
Central Business District
Central Business District
This three-hour walk takes you to the heart of Central business district where historic buildings stand amids ultra modern office buildings, through and into the back streets of the old city of what was known as Victoria where modern Hong Kong began in 1841. Highlights include the St John's Cathedral, Governor's House, Court of Final Appeal, Flagstaff Houses, Old Central Police Station and Legislative Council building.
Tsing Ma Bridge
Feng Shui Tour
The tour stops at Lung Cheung Road Lookout. From here, you will be shown the dragon's den, or the place with the highest concentration of the dragon energy that is reputed to have created the city's prosperity. And at Nine Dragon's Wall in Wan Chai, the feng shui principle of suppressing negative influences on the surroundings will be explored.
Horseracing
Horseracing
Experience one of Hong Kong's most popular activities in style on the Come Horseracing Tour. This tour gives visitors the chance to spend either a day of racing at Sha Tin or an evening at Happy Valley in the plush comfort of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Members' Enclosure enjoying all of the heart-stopping action.
Man Mo Temple
Man Mo Temple
Man Mo Temple or Man Mo Miu is a temple for the worship of the civil or literature god Man Tai / Man Cheong and the martial god Mo Tai / Kwan Tai. The two gods were popularly patronized by scholars and students seeking progress in their study or ranking in the civil examinations in the Ming and Qing dynasties. There are several Man Mo Temples in Hong Kong.
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