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Hong Kong: Plover Cove Bicycling and Hiking Adventure

1. Hong Kong: Plover Cove Bicycling and Hiking Adventure

Combine two of the greatest ways to explore Hong Kong's wild places on an action-packed adventure. Starting in Tai Mei Tuk, you will cycle around the beautiful Plover Cove region before venturing up its highlands on foot in search of lush forrest landscapes and secret waterfalls. Half way through the cycling, you'll lock up the bicycles and take to the footpaths to hike through the highland forests, where hidden waterfalls cascade through the natural landscape. Throughout your experience you can watch the treetops for native bird life and enjoy the feeling of being close to nature in Hong Kong.

From Hong Kong: Sai Kung Wild Beaches Customizable Adventure

2. From Hong Kong: Sai Kung Wild Beaches Customizable Adventure

Discover the idyllic and remote Sai Kung peninsula, arguably the crown Jewel of rural Hong Kong. With no roads within the region's outer reaches, the only way to access this stretch of white sandy beaches is to hike or arrive by boat. First, meet your guide in downtown Hong Kong and set off on your customizable day trip. Make the boat crossing to the Sai Kung peninsula and marvel at the incredible mountains, waterfalls, beaches, and unique rock formations. Spend the day exploring this remote stretch of white sand beaches - a must-do activity for those with an interest in nature and the outdoors. With so many options of things to do, mix up your itinerary according to what experience you're looking for and what the weather conditions are like on the day. The local supplier will be in touch once a booking is placed to organize your trip with you.

Hong Kong: Big Buddha Private Hiking Tour from Tung Chung

3. Hong Kong: Big Buddha Private Hiking Tour from Tung Chung

Escape the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Hong Kong with a hike into the hills and see the famous ‘Big Buddha’, a bronze statue that measures 112 feet in height. Meet your guide at the Tung Chung MTR station before starting the hike up to The Big Buddha. Follow the Ngong Ping 360 Rescue Trail as it climbs 4.4 miles uphill towards the statue. Enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding hills, Tung Chung Bay, Hong Kong airport and the longest bridge in the world - the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. At the top, marvel at the main attraction – the Big Buddha. Known locally as the Tian Tan Buddha, it is one of the largest outdoor Buddha statues in the world. The huge statue is said to symbolize the harmonious relationship between man and nature as well as people and faith. After taking in the sights at the Big Buddha, head right across to the Po Lin Monastery. One of the most important monasteries in the area, it’s known for its sacred Buddhist icons, stately courtyard, and in-house vegetarian restaurant. The last stop on the tour is the Wisdom Path. Just a short walk away from the monastery, this path is known for its 38 wooden columns that each hold verses from the centuries-old Heart Sutra. Listen as the guide translates the verses, invoking words of wisdom and prayer.

Hong Kong Museum of History: 1.5-Hour Private Tour

4. Hong Kong Museum of History: 1.5-Hour Private Tour

Go on a journey through time from prehistory to the 20th century and learn about Hong Kong’s storied past. Take a bite-sized walking tour of the Hong Kong Museum of History's highlights. Start the day by meeting at the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station before heading to the Hong Kong Museum of History. With over 90,000 historical objects in its collection that span eight galleries, listen as the guide points out facets of Hong Kong history and culture. Engage in dialog with a local guide while marveling at the vast array of archeological artifacts. Get an insider's take with Q&As accompanied by lifelike displays and dioramas of old towns and villages. Browse through old newspapers, currencies, and historical photos to uncover Hong Kong's identity. By the end of the tour, your brain will be buzzing with a ton of information about the glamorous metropolis and its hidden historical secrets.

Hong Kong: Guided Tour of Wong Tai Sin Temple

5. Hong Kong: Guided Tour of Wong Tai Sin Temple

Explore Wong Tai Sin Temple, one of the most sacred places in Hong Kong, as well as other spiritual sites on this 2-hour guided tour.  First stop is the temple. Admire the traditional Chinese style architecture with large red pillars, gold engravings, religious carvings, and a brightly tiled roof. You’ll also see worshippers burning incense and shaking fortune sticks.  If you want to have your fortune read, shake a bundle of fortune sticks until one falls out, exchange it for a piece of paper, and have a clairvoyant interpret it for you. The next stop will be the nearby Nine Dragon Wall, a replica of the wall with the same name in Beijing. You will also visit the Good Wish Garden, a miniature replica of the Summer Palace in Beijing.

Hong Kong Family Walking Tour

6. Hong Kong Family Walking Tour

Experience the most rewarding adventure with your family on an exclusive family walking tour. Your family-friendly local professional guide will make sure the kids have just as much fun sightseeing as adults. Enjoy an easy pace, with a stroll around the city center. Explore the famous cultural and architectural sites along the way. See the most famous monument in Hong Kong. The whole family will have fun learning about Hong Kong’s fascinating and interesting sites. Hear stories from your guide, guaranteed to provide you with a few giggles, as you wind down the off beaten paths of the city. Discover the meaning of Hong Kong in Chinese and the legend that lies within its name.

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