New Territories of Hong Kong "The Land Between Tour"
Duration: 6 Hours Overview: Your first stop is the Yuem Yuen Institute, which demonstrates the significance of contributions from Confucian, Taoist and Buddhist to local society. Drive into the countryside, past banana plantations and up the tallest mountain in Hong Kong, Tai Mo Shan, for a panoramic view of Hong Kong Island and the industrial town of Tsuen Wan to the south. Continue north through lush, rural landscapes passing both Shek Kong and Lam Chuen Valley en route to the traditional rural market at Luen Wo. Browse among colorful stalls piled high with dried fish, herbs and vegetables, fresh fruit and flowers.
Head to the border of Hong Kong and China, stopping at Luk Keng. Close by is a Hakka Village and a bird sanctuary where Chinese pond herons and night herons nest. Next, it's a trip through the Plover Cove Country Park, and on to the fishing village of Sam Mun Tsai to see how local fisher folk breed fish in submerged cages.
Return to Hong Kong via the new industrial town of Tai Po, the Chinese University and Sha Tin, once a sleepy village and now the site of an impressive new town where you visit the state-of-the-art Sha Tin Racecourse (this stop will be omitted on race days). The tour concludes with a Chinese lunch at a popular restaurant in the New Territories.
Big Bus Kowloon Tour (Blue Route)
Duration: At your own pace Overview: The Big Bus Kowloon Tour on a unique open-top double-decker bus offers you the flexibility of getting on and off the bus at convenient break points to explore all the major sights in centre of Kowloon Peninsula with its digitally recorded commentary in ten different languages including English. Your 24-hours ticket entitles you to unlimited travel on Kowloon Tour (Blue Route) to loops in the centre of Kowloon Peninsula. These routes cover most of the tourist attractions including popular hotels, shopping districts such as Ladies Market, Jade Market, Mobile Phone Mall and Tin Hau Temple in Yau Ma Tei.
Macau Excursion with Cotai Strip
Duration: 13 Hours Overview: Experience the charm of the Chinese and Portuguese heritages embraced in the array of modernized architecture. After arriving in Macau from Hong Kong, see the statue of Kun Iam which presides over the Macau waterfront. Then it is on to the landmark of Macau Ruins of St. Paul's (1602) but damaged by fire in 1835. Visit the Museum of Macau followed by the observation lounge of Macau Tower, standing at 223 meters tall to view all the Macau's landmarks. Then see the Temple of A-Ma built 400 years ago. Try your luck in a casino and a glance at the Lotus Flower in Full Bloom. Continue to the Cotal Strip. Last stop visits Las Vegas Sands' Venetian Macao Resort. In the 3 hour visit, enjoy gambling, dining, shopping and world-class shows at your leisure before returning to Hong Kong.
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