Pikcup up from your hotel lobby at 9:00AM, where you will then be transfered to visit: Aberdeen Fishing Village, Avenue of Stars, Jewellery Shop and Chocolate Shop. You will then visit Victoria Peak (Mid-level) and the Kowloon Mosque.
After the tour, you will be dropped off at Tsim Sha Tsui at abount 2pm where you are free for leisure. You will make your own way back to the Hotel. Recommend you to take MTR from Tsim Sha Tsui staion to Olympic Station (Tung Chung Line), go out from Exit B.
- HIGHLIGHTS IN THE DAY-
ABERDEEN FISHING VILLAGE
Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in any other parts of the World. You may gain a deeper insight of the lifestyle of Hong Kong fishing folks by riding on a sampan (at your own expenses).
Take coach to summit (Mid Level) to have a bird eye view of Hong Kong.
Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre is Located in Kowloon at the corner of Nathan Road and Haiphong Road next to Kowloon Park, the mosque is currently the largest Islamic house of worship in the city. The mosque holds 5 prayers daily and is capable of accommodating up to approximately 3,500 people.
TSIM SHA TSUI
Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the main shopping areas in Hong Kong. It is a giant world bazaar, where Hong Kong's glittering harbour is met by an alternate sea of stalls, shops, markets and malls. Tour ends in Tsim Sha Tsui around 7:00 p.m.
- OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES AT NIGHT -
OLD CLOCK TOWER
The Clock Tower was part of former Kowloon Station of Kowloon-Canton Railway since 1915. The main terminus building was demolished in 1978 leaving only the clock tower. It is a landmark from the Age of Steam and has been listed as a declared monument in Hong Kong since 1990.
AVENUE OF STARS
The Hollywood style Avenue of Stars features plaques for honoured movie celebrities on the walk of fame. It also features milestones and sculptures about Hong Kong film industry, along with kiosks selling souvenirs. The Avenue of Stars is in renovation and will be re-open in 2017.
A SYMPHONY OF LIGHTS
a synchronised building exterior decorative light and laser multimedia display, featuring 44 buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong accompanied by music. The technology was developed by Australian firm Laservision. It has attracted over 4 million visitors and locals so far, and is held every night for ten minutes.
A Symphony of Lights is staged every night at 8:00 p.m.