Suggested Sightseeing Tours & Excursions

With Cruise Holiday getting more and more popular, many are starting to step on board for such an affordable luxury travel experience. Hong Kong, as located at the heart of Southeast Asia, together with the well-known Victoria Harbour and the coming Kai Tak Harbour, is surely a "must see" to foreign tourists.

Knowing the need for tourists, Vigor Travel offers on shore excursions services. From local sight-seeing tours, accommodation advices to limousine reservations, we provide one-step solution for your needs.

Reason for choosing us:

Planning and management of Special Events
Operation of Shore Excursions and Turnaround Logistics
Pre and Post Cruise arrangements
Hotel ReservationsLocal Protocol consultation
Accommodation and transportation
Permit application
Hotel Accommodation, F&B services (including Dine-Around Programmes)

Suggested Sightseeing Tours & Excursions

1. Classical Full Day Tour of Hong Kong Island (with Lunch)
2. Half day tour of Hong Kong Island
3. A historical tour of the New Territories
4. Full day tour of Lantau Island (with Lunch)
5. Exploring Lamma Island
6. Colonial Hong Kong - A walking experience of Hong Kong's colonial history
7. A walking experience of Central district
8. An Enchanting experience of Hong Kong by night
9. Eco tour of the New Territories
10. An Excursion to Macau
11. Visit to the Museum of History
12. Hiking the Dragon's Back
Duration 5 Hours
Tour Code NTT-HD
Head north to the New Territories and visit the Yuen Yuen Institute - built in the1950s on a hillside near Lo Wai Village in Tsuen Wan, dedicated to Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. The institute is elegantly and classically decorated with classical buildings such as Altars of the Three Religions, Bell Tower & Drum Tower, Yuen Shun Temple, Ming Shing Hall, Bronze Statue of Confucius, the Eight Virtues Wall, Yeung Chun Building, Yi Tsai and the library.

We continue to Sam Tung Uk Museum in Tsuen Wan – A 200-year-old walled village that was declared a historical monument in 1981 and subsequently restored. Occupying an area of 2,000 square metres, the symmetrical layout of the village resembles a chessboard with an entrance hall, an assembly hall and an ancestral hall at the central axis. With four individual houses in the middle, the village is completely walled in by rows of houses at the two sides and the back.

Afterwards proceed to Tai Fu Tai – built in 1865 by a scholar who was bestowed the title of Tai Fu (Mandarin) by the Qing Emperor. Lavish plaster moldings and auspicious Chinese woodcarvings adorn its regal interior, making it one of the most beautifully decorated buildings in the New Territories.

The last stop is the Lam Tsuen famous for its "Wishing Trees" - a favorite with local villagers who come to burn joss sticks and incense papers hoping their wishes will come true. During New Year, many people make a pilgrimage to this spot to make their Chinese New Year wishes by tying wish-making papers onto the wooden racks beside the trees. Participate in this tradition and your wish may come true!