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Big Bus Hong Kong Open Top Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour
$57.14 per adult
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Half-Day Private Custom Tour of Hong Kong
$216.91 per adult
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Full-Day Private Customized Walking Tour of Hong Kong
$281.98 per adult
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No.20 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong China
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Tsim Sha TsuiMass Transit Railway (MTR)5 min
East Tsim Sha TsuiMass Transit Railway (MTR)2 min
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Shoot My Travel- Hong Kong With a Local Photographer
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Shoot My Travel- Hong Kong With a Local Photographer

Located on the southern coast of China, Hong Kong is filled with skyscrapers and green spaces. It offers visitors everything imaginable: amazing food experiences like full afternoon teas and five-star dim sum, shopping in modern malls and bustling markets, rooftop bars, Cantonese opera, and even cat cafes!<br><br>The parks are peaceful sanctuaries from the modern city. Do tai chi in Victoria Gardens, listen to bird song in Yuen Po Bird Gardens, and look for statues of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac in Kowloon Walled City Park. Finally, a trip up the tram to Victoria’s Peak, 1,300 feet up, offers views not to be missed.<br><br>Visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, where a trek of 431 steps will reward you with more like 12,000 Buddhas and mischievous monkeys as well!<br><br>Whether you’re a shopaholic, foodie, hiker, meditator, or all of the above, Hong Kong is for you. Book one of our Hong Kong photographers and picture yourself in this small but mighty region!
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John Jackson wrote a review Sep 2020
Singapore, Singapore858 contributions65 helpful votes
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I visited this place a few years ago for the first time and I will always come back! This is a good chilling place for locals and tourists! Its a full of lights and my number one option to spend the eve. Highly recommended! see you next time!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Droombarton wrote a review Jul 2020
Placentia, Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador61 contributions5,897 helpful votes
Minus the glorious harbor view, the avenue itself has nothing memorable. Definitely a missable place.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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MountaineerLu wrote a review May 2020
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia1,457 contributions83 helpful votes
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We were delighted that this walkway, an extension of the Tsim Tsa Tsui Promenade has reopened after renovation. A great place for a stroll, a run and many photographs of the views and statues.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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NeilChristopher A wrote a review Apr 2020
Laoag, Philippines161 contributions52 helpful votes
Excellent for picture-taking, both daytime and nighttime. One simply couldn't leave Hong Kong without a picture here. Get informed on the who's who of Hong Kong celebrities with their handprints on the railings. Make sure to spot the iconic Bruce Lee image, which if I'm not mistaken, isn't it's original location.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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CanuckJames wrote a review Feb 2020
Nishinomiya, Japan841 contributions217 helpful votes
If you like / familiar with Chinese actors/directors, then this promenade is worth visiting and looking at the various hand prints and statues. Think Hollywood Walk of Fame for the Chinese move industry. But for the vast majority of visitors, it is a great place to walk and enjoy the skyline and take a walk. This is a place to take a breather from a hectic life. In the evening, many joggers and couples enjoying each other. Lots of places to sit and relax. A great place to see the Symphony of Lights.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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