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 4 Hours
Tour Code HKI-WT
We commence this interesting tour on foot with a visit to the celebrated Man Mo Temple - dedicated to Man, God of Literature and Mo, God of Martial Valor, in the Central District, which is dotted with historical sites, buildings and monuments.

Afterwards we take a stroll and walk to nearby Hollywood Road known for the stores specializing in antiquities and historic relics from different countries - especially collections of China's sorrel wood furniture. Then proceed to the Central District Police Station (now a historical monument). This imposing, gray building with Doric-style columns and façade is reminiscent of Hong Kong's colonial past. We continue our walk to Stanley Street – a photographer's paradise, where you can buy old and new cameras and accessories at reasonable prices, and also Pottinger Street – a traditional street in the 1920s, where vendors still sell ribbons, buttons and bows.

We continue our walk down to Li Yuen East & West Streets (a typical flea market), packed with stalls and shops selling casual clothes, leather goods and knickknacks to local housewives and visitors.