Kowloon, which name was derived from nine dragons, is composed of Kowloon Peninsula. It is a modern district boasting of modern skyscrapers and makes up about 50 percent of Hong Kong's population. In Kowloon, visitors can enjoy a number of favorite local delicacies and family-run eateries. Among the many secrets one can discover in Hong Kong, the serene villages, temples and magnificent coastlines of outlying islands will surely captivate you. Kowloon depicts the perfect balance of British influence with Chinese traditions and is one of the most populated places in the world. Savor Hong Kong's famous delectable Cantonese gourmet, stroll malls, indulge in a shopping spree and experience its glamorous nightlife.
Apart from accommodation and breakfast and airport transfers, this package also includes a guided tour to the popular attractions of Hong Kong. Stroll along the Avenue of the Stars. Get a glimpse from the mid-level of Victoria Peak. Get up-close with the locals and learn about the traditional lifestyle of the fishing village through a leisurely sampan ride.
Manila to Kowloon, Hongkong
Travel: (Manila to Hong Kong) Two (2) hours and ten (10) minutes via air travel
Scenic tour at the Mid-Level of Victoria Peak
A visit to the Avenue of Stars
Shopping at the Jewelry Factory
Sampan ride to the Aberdeen Fishing village
Avenue of the Stars - located at the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade in Kowloon, some of the most anticipated attractions include movie memorabilia, a life-size statue of the famous kung fu action hero Bruce Lee, celebrity handprints, plaques, and more.
Mid-level of Victoria Peak - a full panoramic view of Hong Kong is yours to take in when you visit the Victoria Peak. Around seven million tourists come here every year making it among Hong Kong’s most visited places.
Sampan - is the traditional means of transportation and fishing boat used along the Singapore River during the early days. The modern Sampan is now a motorboat and a popular activity in Hong Kong since it offer a great way of exploring the city's harbors like the famed floating restaurant. It also offers tourist a chance to take a glimpse of the lifestyle of the fishermen and their families.
Aberdeen Fishing VIllage - Amidst Hong Kong’s hustle and bustle is a wonderful floating village known as the Aberdeen Fishing Village. This place has been one of the most visited places in Hong Kong offering nothing but abundance of seafood, beautiful scenery, and perfectly depicts the other side of Hong Kong.
Noodles and congee - or Cantonese rice porridge mixed and boiled with raw ingredients like a variety of meat and vegetables.
Dim sum - a traditional Cantonese meal served in small portions that are either steamed or fried. Dumplings are among the famous kinds of dim sum meals. Dumplings are balls of dough that consist flour, vegetables, meat, fish or sweets, usually boiled, steamed or fried.
Roasted suckling pig - suckling is stuffed with glutinous rice and roasted on open fire.
Arrival Hong Kong, meet and transfer to hotel.
Have breakfast. Proceed to Half-day Hong Kong City Tour: visit Harbourfront promenade, Jewelry factory, souvenir outlet, Aberdeen Fishing Village (optional sampan ride), pass by mid-level of Victoria Peak. Tour ends at Tsim Sha Tsui.
Breakfast, free for own leisure
After breakfast, free until transfer to airport.
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Rate is person based on double occupancy and subject to change without prior notice
Peak day date(s): Apr 4-6, 19-21, 26-30; Jun 06-08 and 19-23
Applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons
Rate does not include airfares and is valid until June 30, 2019 only