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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

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Westborough, Massachusetts
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Once described as a "barren rock" over 150 years ago, Hong Kong has become a world-class financial, trading and business centre and, indeed, a great world city. Hong Kong became Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China on July 1, 1997.

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» Hong Kong Beijing 4 Day Tour
Hong Kong Beijing 4 Day Tour Destinations: Beijing
Duration: 4 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HB-01
Price: Starting from US$289 p/p


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Hong Kong Beijing Shanghai 7 Day Tour Destinations: Beijing Shanghai
Duration: 7 Days
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Price: Starting from US$550 p/p




» Hong Kong Xian 4 Day Tour
Hong Kong Xian 4 Day Tour Destinations: Xian
Duration: 4 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HX-01
Price: Starting from US$265 p/p


» Hong Kong Xian Beijing 7 Day Tour
Hong Kong Xian Beijing 7 Day Tour Destinations: Xian Beijing
Duration: 7 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HX-02
Price: Starting from US$680 p/p




» Hong Kong Shanghai 4 Day Tour
Hong Kong Shanghai 4 Day Tour Destinations: Shanghai
Duration: 4 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HS-01
Price: Starting from US$220 p/p


» Hong Kong Shanghai Beijing 7 Day Tour
Hong Kong Shanghai Beijing 7 Day Tour Destinations: Shanghai Beijing
Duration: 7 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HS-02
Price: Starting from US$555 p/p





» Hong Kong Guilin 4 Day Tour
Hong Kong Guilin 4 Day Tour Destinations: Guilin
Duration: 4 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HG-01
Price: Starting from US$275 p/p


» Hong Kong Guilin Guangzhou 7 Day Tour
Hong Kong Guilin Guangzhou 7 Day Tour Destinations: Guilin Guangzhou
Duration: 7 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HG-02
Price: Starting from US$700 p/p




» Hong Kong Yangtze River 4 Day Tour
Hong Kong Yangtze River 4 Day Tour Destinations: Chongqing Yangtze River Yichang
Duration: 4 Days
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Code: HY-01
Price: Starting from US$425 p/p


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Hong Kong Chengdu Yangtze River 7 Day Tour Destinations: Chengdu Chongqing Yangtze River Yichang
Duration: 7 Days
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Hong Kong Day Tour See Hong Kong with your personal tour guide and driver. Hong Kong private day tours, private van, an affordable and comfortable way to enjoy Hong Kong sightseeing and night tour.

Hong Kong Island & Ocean Park Day Tour from US$100
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» Twin City Tours from Hong Kong
Twin City Tours from Hong Kong Hong Kong is a famous internationl port city, a springboard coming to the citys in mainland China including Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Guilin, Shanghai, Xian and Beijing and Yangzte River as well.

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Hong Kong Travel Information

When to Visit
Many like to travel Hong Kong between mid-September and December when there are pleasant weather with plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures. January and February are all right though the temperature can drop to below 10°C (50°F). March and April are pleasant months to travel with warmer temperatures, but in May the air very often becomes uncomfortably sticky and humid. Typhoons comes to Hong Kong most of years between May and mid-September. Hong Kong city is well prepared for it, but it often disrupts your travel to Hong Kong.

Get There & Around
Flight
Hong Kong International Airport is the main airport in Hong Kong. It is locally known as Chek Lap Kok Airport (赤腊角机场) since it is located on the island of Chek Lap Kok around the Lantau Island (大屿山). There are over 60 airlines run between Hong Kong and about 140 destinations worldwide. Most the flights between Hong Kong and mainland China have fixed airfares. In high seasons, tickets are hard to get. And you should make the flight booking well in advance. If you first go to either Shenzhen or Guangzhou, then from there you get good discounts flying to other parts of China.
Airport Express:
Airport Express is the easiest and the most convenient way to reach Hong Kong City from Hong Kong airport. Price:
Adults – HK$100 one way HK$180 return
Children – HK$50 one way HK$100 return

Train
The main train station in Hong Kong is called Hung Hom Station (红勘火车站), formerly known as Kowloon Station. It is a station on the East Rail Line and West Rail Line in Hong Kong.
Hung Hom - Shenzhen: Getting to Shenzhen from Hong Kong is quite easy. The train ride takes you only 35 minutes and cross Chinese border at Lo Wu. From Shenzhen, you can take the local train or bus to Guangzhou and or other destintions. From Shenzhen, after Immigration Checkpoint, just take East Rail Line MTR to Hong Kong City from Lo Wu or Lok Ma Chau. It would take 35 mins ( Lo Wu ) & 41 mins ( Lok Ma Chau ) to reach Kowloon Tong & cost only HKD33 per way.
Hung Hom - Guangzhou:
If you want to go to Gangzhou, you may take the Kowloon-Guangzhou express trains at Hung Hom covering 182km and taking you less than 2 hours. The traind running between Hung Hom and Guangzhou from 7.30am to 7.15pm and 12 times a day.
Hung Hom - Beijing:
There is a direct train linking Hong Kong and Beijing at Hung Hom. The train leaves from Hong Kong on alternate days at 3pm via Guangzhou, Changsha, Wu Han, arriving at Beijing at 3.18pm the next day, costing hard/soft ($574/934)
Hung Hom - Shanghai:
There is also a direct train linking Hong Kong and Shanghai at Hung Hom. The train leaves from Hong Kong on alternate days at 3pm via Guangzhou, Hangzhou Est, arriving at Shanghai at 4.38pm the next day, costing hard/soft ($574/934)

Boat
In Hong Kong, commuting by ferry is enjoyable and relaxing way of getting around Victoria Harbour between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.
There are three ferry lines crossing the harbour: Central - Hung Hom, Central - Tsim Sha Tsui and Wan Chai - Hung Hom.
Central - Hung Hom: every 15-20 minutes from 7.20am to 7.20pm, costing adult/child $5.30/2.70
Central - Tsim Sha Tsui: every 12 minutes from 6.30am to 11.30pm, costing $1.70/2.20 lower/upper deck
Wan Chai - Hung Hom: every 15-20 minutes from 7.08am to 7.7pm, costing adult/child $5.30/2.70
Ferry Macau and Hong Kong
Hong Kong is only a 1 hour hydrofoil ride away from Macau. The ferries are comfortable and are a handy way of travelling in the region.

Bus
Hong Kong has an extensive and perfect bus system taking you almost everwhere. Fares range from $1.20 to $45, depending on the destination you are going to. The fares for night buses are a little bit higher ranging 12.80 to 23. You'd better to have your exchange ready. Among the numerous stops and destintions, there are some important stops you should stick with. In Kowloon, the bus terminal at the Star Ferry Pier has the buses to Hung Hom station and the stops in eastern and western Kowloon. On Hong Kong Island, the terminal at Central and above Admiralty will take you Aberdeen, Repulse Bay and Stanley on the southern side of the island.
Upon arrival, get yourself an Octopus Card ( a prepaid payment card ) at Airport or any MTR Station. Basic Octopus cards cost $150, with $100 face value plus $50 refundable deposit. Octopus card is virtually accepted by more than 1,000 merchants which includes Public Transports ( MTR, Bus, Tram, Ferry ), 7 Eleven, Starbucks, McDonald’s, Sa Sa Cosmetic and many more. It is very convenient, fast and you can even enjoy discounts for certain merchants. For More Info : http://www.octopus.com.hk

Taxi
Red taxis are used on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The flag fall is $15 for the first 2km and then $1.4 for every additional 200m. For the New Territories, green taxis are used, flag fall is $12.50 and $1.2 for every additional 200m. On Lantau Island, blue taxis are in operation with the charge $12 and $1.20. If you book a taxi by phone, you will pay extra $5.

Subway
Getting around Hong Kong is easy with its efficient public transport system such as MTR, buses and trams. Just print a MTR System Map and you are all set to go!
Download : Hong Kong MTR Map http://www.tommyooi.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/HK-MTR.pdf


Victoria Peak (山顶)
The Peak is Hong kong's most important tourist destination. The views of the harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula from this 373 metres vantage point are simply breath-taking and should not be missed.

Repulse Bay (浅水湾)
The Repulse Bay is one the best beaches in Hong Kong. It is located the southern part of Hong Kong Island, in the Southern District, Hong Kong. In 1841, the bay served as a base by pirates. The pirates were subsequently repulsed by the British Fleet, hence the name. The Repulse Bay area is one of the most expensive housing areas in Hong Kong

Ocean Park (海洋公园)
A good place for the kids, or to unleash the kid in you. Hong Kong Ocean Park is a must for the first time visitors to Hong Kong. Hong Kong Ocean Park can deliver something for everyone. Hong Kong Ocean Park is located on the south end of Hong Kong Island. It is one of the most spectacular oceanariums in the world with the largest marine theatre. It is also an amusement park perched around two mountain peaks, with an area of 870,000 square meters.

Stanley Market (赤柱市场)
Stanley Market has become a Shoppers Paradise for both locals and overseas visitors. Abundant shops and stores sell a wide range of souvenirs, clothing as well as bargain price designer labels.

Nathan Road (弥敦道)
Nathan Road is the main avenue in Kowloon, Hong Kong that goes in a south-north direction from Tsim Sha Tsui in the south to Mong Kok in the north. It is teemed with shops, restaurants and tourists.

Tsim Sha Tsui (尖沙咀)
Tsim Sha Tsui is located at the southern tip of Kowloon and the most touristy part of the City. Very often it is the starting place to visit Kowloon. Tsim Sha Tsui has many shops and restaurants that cater to tourists. Many of the museums in the territory are located in the area.
The area has the highest concentration of hotels in Hong Kong.

Wong Tai Sin Temple (黄大仙祠)
This Taoist temple was built in 1921 and named after Wong Chuping, a shepherd who began following Taoism at the age of 15. It is believed that Wong Tai Sin rescues the dying, heals the wounded, and punishes all evil.

Lok Ma Chau (落马洲)
Mainland China can be seen from this hilltop lookout, which also overlooks the Shenzhen River, rice fields and duck farms and Shenzhen Special Economic Zone in China
Tian Tan Buddha Statue. The world laregest outdoor seated bronze buddha, which can be reached through 260 steps. It is located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, in Hong Kong. The statue belongs to Po Lin Monastery and symbolises the harmonious relationship between man and nature, people and religion.

Hong Kong Disneyland (迪士尼乐园)
Hong Kong Disneyland was opened in 2005, it's the first one in China. It is owned and operated by the Hong Kong International Theme Parks. Hong Kong Disneyland is located Lantau Island. The park is composed of four themed parts similar to other Disneyland parks: Main Street, U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland and Tomorrowland.

Tian Tan Buddha Statue (天坛大佛)
The world laregest outdoor seated bronze buddha, which can be reached through 260 steps. It is located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, in Hong Kong. The statue belongs to Po Lin Monastery and symbolises the harmonious relationship between man and nature, people and religion

Where to Stay
Hong Kong is divided into four main areas - Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands. Hong Kong offers a wide range of hotel options.

Hotels in Hong Kong Island
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong: Tel: 00 852 3196 8888 Add: No.8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong
The Upper House: Tel: 00852 29181838 Add: Pacific Place, 88 Queensway Admiralty, Hong Kong
The T Hotel: 6th Floor, VTC Pokfulam Complex,145 Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
Mandarin Oriental: No.5 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong
Island Shangri-La Hotel: Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central, Hong Kong
Ice House: Tel: 00852 28367333 Add: 38 Ice House, Central, Hong Kong
Hotel LKF: Tel: 00852 35189688 Add: 33 Wyndham St. Central, Hong Kong.
Y-loft Youth Square Hostel: Tel: 00852 37218989 Add: Chai Wan Road, Hong Kong
Hong Kong Hostel: Tel: 00852 23926868 Add: 47 Paterson St.Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Causeway Bay Guesthouse: Tel: 00852 28952013 Add: Flat B, Ist Fl, Lai Yee Bld, 44 a-d Leighton Road, Hong Kong
Wifi Boutique Hotel: Tel: 00852 25588939 Add: 366 Lockhart Road, Hong Kong
Harbour Grand Hong Kong: Tel: 2121 2688 Add: 23 Oil Street, North Point MTR Fortress Hill Station, Exit A, Hong Kong

Hotels in Kowloon
Hotel ICON: Tel: 00 852 3400 1000 Add: No.17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hyyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tui: Tel: 00852 23111234 Add: 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Hop Inn: Tel: 00852 28817331 Add: Flat A, 2nd fl, Hanyee Bidg, 19-21 Hankow Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Hotel InterContinental Hong Kong: Tel: 00852 27211211 Add: 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Stanford Hillview Hotel: Tel: 00852 27727822 Add: 13-17 Observatory Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Peninsular Hong Kong: Tel: 00852 29202888 Add: Salibury Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Royal Gareden Hotel: Tel: 00852 27215215 Add: 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Chelsea Hotel: Tel: 00852 23119511 Add: 8a Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Mei Lam Guesthouse: Tel: 00852 27215278 Add: Flat D1, 5th fl, Mirador Manson, Hong Kong
Star Guest House: Tel: 00852 27238951 Add; 6th fl, 21 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha, Hong Kong
Welcome Guest House: Tel: 00852 27217793 Add: Flat A5, 7th fl, A Block, Chungking Manson
Harbour Grand Kowloon: Tel: 2621 3188 Add:20 Tak Fung Street Whampoa Garden, Hunghom

Hotels in the New Territories
Harbour Plaza Resort City: Tel: 2180 6688 Add: 18 Tin Yan Road Tin Shui Wai, New Territories Hong Kong
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong: Tel: 37233100 Add:Take a subway and get off at East Rail University Exit B
Tao Fong Shan Pilgrim's Hall: Tel: 26912739 Add: 33 tao Fong Shan Road

Hotels in the Outlying Islands
Novotel Citygate Hong Kong: Add: No.51 Man Tung Road, Tung Chung, Hong Kong
Bali Holiday Resort: tel: 29824580 Add: 8 Main Street, Lamma
Warwick Hotel: Tel: 29810081 Add: Cheung Chau Sports Road, Tung Wan Beach, Cheung Chau
Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel: Add: No.1 Sky City Road East, Hong Kong International Airport

What to Buy
Hong Kong is a city where there is something for everyone, whatever your budget! For those with a budget but still want to find some quality clothing, the best shops can be found around Causeway Bay. Some of the best department stores in Hong Kong are also here including the New World Center, Times Square and Sogo Department Store.

Clothes are also sold at many of the lively markets. Great markets are dotted all over the city. The best ones to browse include: Li Yuen Street, Ladies Street, Temple Street and Shanghai Street. There is also an interesting market at Stanley, a great site for the sights and sounds even if you are not interested in shopping.

For electrical goods, the best district is Central. Tsim Sha Tsui also has a huge choice of shops selling everything, although bargains are not normally found here! What is arguably Hong Kong's best department store, Harbour City however, is located directly opposite the Star Ferry terminal. Mong Kok is another nice area to walk and to pick up some typical Chinese goods.

Hong Kong Food
Hong Kong wins the great reputation of "The Culinary Capital of Asia" at all the time. Cuisine of Hong Kong is the combination of Western style and Chinese style. It is one of the great centers for international cooking. Here is a place gathering cate of everywhere. It is a bridge between East and West. Exotic food and local traditional cuisine both struts their stuff. Food styles from Thai Land, Viet Nam, Indian and Singapore to France and Italian; and from Cantonese food, Si Chuan Cuisine to Beijing food and Chiu Cow dishes, etc.

Sai Kung
Sai Kung is is a peninsula on the New Terrtories. It is a great place for outdoor activities - hiking, sailing, and especially eating seafood. Sai Kung is a town that evolved from a fishing village in Hong Kong's New Territories. Fishermen still unload their catch at the harbour where there's a market centre with countless tanks of fresh seafood.

Lei Yue Mun
Lei Yue Mun is a short passage in between Junk Bay and Victoria Harbour, separating Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. The area around the passage are called Lei Yue Mun. It is noted for its seafood market and restaurants in the fishing villages on the Kowloon part. On the Hong Kong Island part, it has former military defence facilities.

Nightlife in Hong Kong
Hong Kong as an internationalized metropolis, its nightlife is multicolored and pavonine. Hong Kong nightlife is distinctive and well known. Many tourists in Hong Kong can not only enjoy the wonderful night face of Hong Kong, but can also experience the nightlife styles. In Hong Kong nightlife, there are performances, bars, discos, KTV parties, clubs, teahouses and so on. Life of Hong Kong actually belongs to night. During the daytime, this city is too busy to pay any attentions to its really life, nevertheless, at night Hong Kong comes around and turns up the charming face to welcome those lifeful persons.

Lan Kwai Fong
Lan Kwai Fong is one of the best known bar streets. It is located in Central, Hong Kong. It is now a popular expatriate haunt in Hong Kong for drinking, clubbing and dining. The street Lan Kwai Fong is an L-shape with two ends joining with D'Aguilar Street in Central, Hong Kong.

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