Hong Kong's Famed & Famous Tour
Hotel pick-up time: Approx. 8:30 am - 9:00 am. We require a minimum of 3 guests per stop. You will be advised if an alternative pick up location is required.
The helicopter ride is optional and subject to an additional fee during checkout. For helicopter ride surcharge: 2 persons HK$2,100 per person. Flight operation is subject to the decision to the helicopter service provider. Should the helicopter flight be cancelled due to bad weather or safety reasons, a HK$1,200 per passenger will be refund.
Victoria Peak Tram ticket
Tour Participation Requirements
Special Medical Restriction
It'll be hard to decide which part of this tour was the your favorite. Especially when you consider you're sampling Hong Kong by land, air, and sea, on what are not your typical, everyday modes of transportation: a tram, a sampan, and a helicopter.
The Peak Tram is one of Hong Kong's most famous attractions, and takes you to one of Hong Kong's most famous neighborhoods, Victoria Peak. At the Sky Terrace you get to see some of Hong Kong's most famous views – in a 360-degree panorama.
Then, you'll take a sampan ride to see the famed floating village of Aberdeen – for a deep look into the lifestyle of fishermen in old Hong Kong. And continue by boat to Jumbo Kingdom for a dim sum lunch that attracts movie stars, celebrities, and dignitaries from all over the world.
Just when you're feeling on a natural high, you'll actually soar high into the evening sky for perhaps the most thrilling part of your day: Hong Kong by helicopter. A way to see the famed island the way the rich and famous do.
One day, seven hours of unforgettable Hong Kong experiences. It'll be hard to decide which one you liked best. You're bound to enjoy them all – famously.
Not a great name for tourism
Repulse is the unusual and unattractive name of a bay in Southern Hong Kong known for its highly attractive beach. Problem is, no one seems to know where the name came from. One of the many stories talks about the repulsion of pirates by the Royal Navy in 1841. Another claims that the HMS Repulse was stationed there in 1868. Except there are no written records for these accounts. So the name remains a mystery.
Choose your date and time very carefully. This tour is non-refundable from the time of booking.