Golden Sightseeing Tour:

Managed by an experienced and dedicated team of multi-lingual travel professionals, Vigor Tours Limited offers a comprehensive range of travel and tourism services in Hong Kong, Macau and the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region in Southern China encompassing:

Reason for choosing us:

Sightseeing tours and extension tours for groups or FITs
Hotel Reservations
Visa Procurement
Planning and Coordinating services for Meetings and Conferences
Support services for Exhibitions
Planning and Coordinating services for Incentive movements
Planning and management of Special Events
Operation of Shore Excursions and Turnaround Logistics
Pre and Post Cruise arrangements

Golden Sightseeing Tour:

1. City & Harbour by Night
2. Hong Kong Island Tour
3. Ocean Park Tour
4. Come Horseracing Tour
5. New Lantau Island Tour
6. Symphony of Lights Cruise
7. Highlight of the Night
8. Shenzhen Lo Wu City Shopping Tour
9. Macau Day Excursion
10. New Territories Heritage Tour

Date AM Departure (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday)
Time Approx. 07:50am – 08:35am
Duration Approx. 5hours
Price HK$560 per Adult
HK$490 (Child aged under 16, Senior aged 60 and over)
Pick Up Place Major Hotels
Hidden away among high-rise apartment towers and busy highways, the past lives on in the New Territories...a so-called five great clans of Hong Kong (the Tang, Hau, Pang, Liu and Man). One such clan is the Tang and the Ping Shan Heritage Trail takes you on a journey in a historical part of Hong Kong that has been populated by them since the late Yuan dynasty. Taking in historic sites around the New Territories, the Heritage Tour brings to life the customs and cultures of these clans and provides a fascinating glimpse of Hong Kong's rich heritage.



Hong Kong’s oldest pagoda, Tsui Sing Lau, is believed to have been built in 1486. The three-storey, green-bricked building is hexagonal and stands 13 metres high. The top floor of the pagoda is home to Fui Shing (‘Champion Star’), the deity responsible for success or failure in exams. There are auspicious Chinese sayings inscribed on each floor.


A big banyan tree that is popular among local villagers who come to burn joss sticks and make wishes under it.


A temple dedicated to the gods Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). Nearby is the Tai Po Market which used to be the trading ground of foods & goods around the New Territories and now is a thriving food market.


Tai Fu Tai Mansion (大夫第), in San Tin to the east of Mai Po, was probably built in around 1870, by Man Chung-luen, a successful merchant and renowned philanthropist. I gleaned this info from a leaflet, which also notes "The residence is a fine example of traditional Chinese dwelling of the scholar-gentry class and is certainly one of the most elegant buildings throughout the territory." Gazetted as a historic building in 1987, the mansion has since been renovated - with work completed in 1988 and, based on my visit, some further work done recently.


The Man Mo Temple was built about 100 years ago by the Tsat Yeuk Community of Tai Po to mark the founding of Tai Wo Shi (Tai Wo Market Town) which is now commonly known as Tai Po Market. Full restoration of the temple was undertaken by the Tai Po Tsat Yeuk Rural Committee in 1985 with technical advice and a subsidy from the Government.

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