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Gray Line Tours of Hong Kong

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“macau tower”(6 reviews)
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Hong Kong, China
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed April 4, 2014

Bought the 2day pass for the hop on hop off bus to see the sights of Hong Kong, the Red line trip was the best one to go on. Green took us up to Stanley markets and the blue trip was of to Kowloon. The...More

6  Thank gabdy
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed April 8, 2014

Found the “Gray Line Deluxe Hong Kong Tour” via the concierge at the hotel. Cost $690HKG per adult and the tour includes: Visit to Man Mo Temple Victoria Peak (By Tram) Entrance to The Sky Terrace Aberdeen Fishing Village (optional Sampan boat ride for $60hkg)...More

8  Thank dogsareforlife
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Tour of Lantau Island and the Big Buddha. Price of 890 HK$ took about 7 hours incl. Ngong Ping Cable Car (two-way), Big Buddha, Po Lin Monestary, vegetarion lunch there, Tai O Fishing Village, the Stilts House incl boat ride and Ngong Ping Village. The...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I saw on the street of HK one of Gray Line Tours it catch my attention that it was a clean well maintain bus. So I did my research online about this company and it seems very professional to me so I tough I’m gonna...More

Thank RobertoSimonHdz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went on 2 trips that were booked by Wendy Wu ( we were expecting something more personal). The half day H K island tour was, in part, interesting but spoilt by delays in changing guides and bus at the start. The visit to the...More

Thank johnny061
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We took the lantau island and giant buddha tour with century holiday hong kong and found out we are traveling with gray line. The tour was well organized and timed in a remarkable way allowing us to skip long line and experience several locations in...More

Thank זיו א
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We took the New Territories tour. From the pamphlet, this looked like we would be visiting several places over many areas. The first 6 attractions (including what looks like a park bench, an old wall with an entrance, an old well with fish in it)...More

Thank Clivel_98
Reviewed September 21, 2018

The half day tour I took included the Peak Tram, Sky Terrace, Aberdeen Fishing Village and Stanley Market. The guide, Ryan was excellent and extremely knowledgeable. He also had a great sense of humour!

Thank naturelover1234
Reviewed September 5, 2018

There were three of us on the tour which promised the world but delivered none. We were picked up from our hotel by candy who spoke reasonable english. We viewed a number of buildings from our bus on the way to Victoria Peak. Victoria peak...More

Thank oldwigs60
Reviewed September 4, 2018

Even by typical city tour standards, this was particularly bad.We waited a long time even to get started. The tour was mostly driving around and stopping at tourist traps, including a long stop at a jewelry store. Terrible waste of time. Without the hour long...More

Thank DrParticle
Reviewed August 28, 2018

Interesting day tip to Macau from Hong Kong Piers. Hydrofoil trip across was about one hour. We then had a tour of some of the Unesco sites, the St Paul Church ruins and crypt, the Macau museum, the Senado square and St Dominics Church. Knowledgeable...More

Thank alistair734
Reviewed August 24, 2018

The tour started with picking up people from their hotels, waiting ten minutes for some guests to arrive and then switching guides and some tourists without much explanation or goodbyes, to be presented with a woman who called herself "Joëlle". She tried to make us...More

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Response from DrShibuVarkey | Reviewed this property |
Yes we just did 2 days ago. Suggest you just walk down to the Hong Kong or kowloon ferry terminal and buy yourself a round trip ferry ticket. You can prebook a local guide based on tripadvisor reviews. The return ticket can... More
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