If you have a stopover between flights of 6 hours or more, instead of being bored in the airport why not take our City Introduction Tour?
Between 0800 and 1700 we meet you at the airport and take you on a 4-hour exploration of the heart of Hong Hong, including a ferry ride across the city's famous Victoria Harbour and a chance to sample a local delicacy.
Simply let us know your flight number and expected arrival time and we will tell you where and when to meet.
Our experienced guide will help you enjoy your short visit to this exciting city and, most importantly, make sure you get back to the airport in good time for your onward flight.
We use comfortable public transport and the price is all-inclusive of fares, temporary storage of one piece of hand baggage per person and other incidental costs.
The price for one person is HK$1,390; for two people, HK$790 each; 3 people, HK$590 each and 4 and more people, HK$500 each.
In addition to our sightseeing tours we also offer other services to help make your visit memorable.
|LIMOUSINE||Up to 4 adults||HK$600|
|COACH||5 to 12 adults||From HK$880|
On a business trip you may need help in visiting places which may not be easy to find. For this we offer car and coordinator service with a minimum hire period of 5 hours. Of course, this option is also available to leisure travellers.
If you have any special requests for tours, we will be happy to create a tailor-made tour for you.
Our guides will, on request, suggest other places to visit and things to do on your own so that you can make the most of your time in Hong Kong.
Although we do not offer tours to Disneyland and Ocean Park we can arrange discount entry tickets for you and advise you on the best way to reach the theme parks.
We can arrange a boat for an half-day or all-day outing on the water for a harbour cruise, to visit really out-of the-way places or an evening cruise for dinner on one of our many islands.
Whatever your budget and your taste, we will be happy to advise you what and where to eat.
The city has a surprisingly high number of restaurants. Chinese cuisine predominates with Cantonese the major style and fresh seafood a speciality. Most other regional varieties of cooking are available from Shanghainese to spicy Szechuan where the main ingredient seems to be chilli. Hong Kong has a whole range of other options; Asian in its many guises, African, South American, European, the all-encompassing International and many varieties of fusion gastronomy.
As for places to eat and how much to pay, the choice is wide. At a Hong Kong canteen-style eatery, or noodle shop it is possible to eat for as little as HK$50 for an “afternoon tea set”. In a mid-range restaurant you can expect to pay HK$150-400 for lunch and a little more for dinner.