Deluxe Hong Kong Guided Tour, and Lunch

Deluxe Hong Kong Guided Tour, and Lunch

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      Hong Kong, China
      7 Hours
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      $ 96
      • Man Mo Temple: Visit Sheung Wan, Hong Kong's largest temple dedicated to Man Tai, the literature god, and Mo Tai, the god of martial arts. It was built in 1847, and it is now a declared monument.
      • Peak Tram: Ride up to famed  Victoria Peak on the world's steepest funicular. The 125-year-old railway travels 1,320 feet up, and creates the illusion that some of the buildings you pass are leaning at a 45-degree angle.
      • Sky Terrace 428: Check out the views from highest viewing platform in Hong Kong. At over 1,400 feet up, the vistas are far, wide, and unbelievably beautiful.
      • Aberdeen Fishing Village: See Hong Kong's famous floating village. In 1982, the population of boat dwellers was estimated to be about 40,000. Now, most people only use the boats for fishing.
      • Stanley Market: Browse through this amazing market place where you can find genuine Chinese silk garments, authentic Chinese art, and other nice souvenirs.
      • Lunch at Jumbo Kingdom: Enjoy a delicious dim sum lunch on one of Hong Kong's iconic floating palaces. You'll be served the same exact dim sum that makes movie stars, royalty, and other celebrities come back again and again. 

      Meeting point

      We offer hotel pick-up from the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. Please meet in the lobby; your guide will be holding a Gray Line Tour sign. Confirm the name of your hotel at checkout, so we know where to pick you up. Cruise ship guest? See our Helpful Hints.

      Helpful hints

      Hotel pick-up time: Approx.: 7:45am-8:30am. Tour duration does not include travel time from/to your hotel to the tour start/end point. Daily Morning Departures.

      Getting around

      You will be walking for about 2 miles, mostly over paved and uneven paths with lots of steps to climb. If you have limited mobility, this tour may be too challenging for you to enjoy and maintain the pace of the group. It is not wheelchair accessible.

      Activity type

      Walking Tour, Scenic, Cultural, Bus Tour

      Transportation used

      Air-conditioned coach

      Included amenities

      Air-conditioned coach round trip transfer
      Hotel pick-up with meet and greet ambassador (Kowloon side only)
      Guided services
      Tram ticket to the Victoria Peak
      Dim Sum Lunch at Jumbo Kingdom.

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      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated moderate. Full participation may require extended periods of walking over even and uneven surfaces, steep terrain and/or water activity in a slight current. There may be steps, inclines, cobblestone surfaces, and extended periods of standing. Participants with physical limitations should take this into account.

      Age restrictions

      Suitable for all ages.

      Special Medical Restriction

      We regret that there is no room for wheelchairs on coaches.

      The gods of the Man Mo Temple began as mortal men. Kwan Tai, the god of war and martial arts, is regally portrayed with a red face, a gold crown, and a long sword. But it took both his life and his death to get him to his lofty station. Born Guan Yu, he came from a lowly family.

      Guan Yu's legend begins during the Three Kingdoms period (220–280 A.D.), a short but  bloody time that saw the kingdoms of Wei (in the north), Wu (in the east), and Shu (in the west) in a constant state of war. 

      Guan Yu was a naturally gifted fighter who made himself a name as a soldier of fortune. Fiercely loyal, when his sworn blood brother Liu Bei founded the state of Shu, Guan Yu agreed to lead his armies. 

      His triumphs on the battlefield were so many that a price was put on his head. In time he was captured and beheaded, and that's when his legend was born. Within 40 years of his death, he was revered throughout the land as a hero. 

      By the 10th century, Taoists and Buddhists both claimed him into their deities. And during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), he was raised to his highest level with the title of "Saintly Emperor Guan the Great God who Subdues Demons of the Three Worlds and whose Awe Spreads Far and Moves Heaven."

      Thankfully, during the Qing dynasty, his title was amended to God of War.

      The god of paperwork

      The God of War in the Man Mo Temple is highly recognized and revered by most for his legendary exploits, and for fighting demons. The other Man Mo god, Cheong Tai, presented wearing a red robe with a golden hand holding a pen was of great importance to one particular group of people during the Ming and Qing dynasties: Ambitious students seeking prominence and high ranking from their civil examinations. In short, bureaucrats.

      Choose your date and time very carefully. This tour is non-refundable from the time of booking.


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      Hong Kong, China
      Great photo opportunities
      Bring photo ID
      Bring money
      Bring water
      Wear comfortable shoes
      Wear Sunglasses
      Wear Hat

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