Cultural Classics

Day 1

Morning

Your guests will enjoy a smooth arrival at Hong Kong International Airport – ranked the world's best international airport eight times in 10 years.

The morning will be free for your visitors to shop to their hearts' content in a city renowned for its incredible diversity and sheer quantity of goods for sale, including electronics, cosmetics, jewellery, traditional Chinese products, and much more.

Evening

Kowloon’s neon signs and night lights will thrill your guests as they enjoy an exclusive open-top bus ride along the 'Golden Mile' of Nathan Road. They can then delight their taste buds with dinner in one of the international restaurants lining Knutsford Terrace – a charming traffic-free hillside lane.

Later, your visitors will see how local Hong Kong folk hunt for bargains inside the fascinating Temple Street Night Market. Its unique bustling atmosphere includes fortune-tellers, chess masters, Cantonese opera singers, and fragrant food stalls.

Day 2

Morning

Invite your guests to start the day right by learning tai chi (Chinese shadow boxing), from an expert beside Victoria Harbour. With their bodies and souls rejuvenated, they’ll then set off to discover the ritual joys of tea drinking in a tea appreciation master class.

Afternoon

Lunch will be an opportunity for your visitors to savour a variety of authentic Cantonese dim sum ­– mouth-watering snacks that illustrate the wonderful range of Chinese culinary skills. They’ll then learn some of the secrets – and recipes – of cooking in this style from a Chinese master chef.

Evening

Dinner will happen alfresco on the lovely Lamma Island, were your guests will feast on an array of fresh seafood delicacies. Back on board a chartered boat, they’ll then sail into the middle of the harbour to marvel at A Symphony of Lights – a dazzling light-and-sound extravaganza involving more than 30 harbourside skyscrapers, which has been classified as the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records.

Day 3

Morning

The day will begin at the popular seaside village of Stanley, where your visitors will experience a typically diverse Hong Kong excursion, which includes shopping in the covered street market, viewing the historical landmark of Murray House, and strolling along the picturesque waterfront.

Next, they’ll step aboard an Aberdeen Harbour 'gondola' to reach the palatial pleasures of lunch aboard the Jumbo Kingdom – one of the world's biggest floating restaurants.

Afternoon

Safely seated inside a sampan (a Chinese-style small boat), your guests will tour the harbour's fishing fleet, observing the lifestyles of local fisherfolk.

They’ll then head skywards to Victoria Peak, where stunning panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong can be admired and captured from the terraces of the Peak Tower. Inside, they’ll be able to get up close and personal with some of the world's top celebrities at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong waxworks museum.

Evening

Your visitors will stay high in the Hong Kong sky for a memorable dinner inside one of The Peak's spectacular restaurants. If there's time, they can relish in a soothing spot of pampering with an hour of foot reflexology.

Your visitors can finish up the day with a nightcap or two at the trendy nighttime hangouts Lan Kwai Fong or Knutsford Terrace.

Day 4

Morning

A tour through Kowloon will reveal some of Hong Kong’s most fascinating heritage to your guests – from a street market dedicated to songbirds, to a charming parkland setting for a Qing-dynasty fort (Kowloon Walled City Park), to one of Hong Kong most popular temples for fortune-telling (Wong Tai Sin), to a spectacular Tang dynasty–style Buddhist temple (Chi Lin Nunnery).

Afternoon

Free time in the afternoon will allow your visitors to either sit down to some delicious lunch, or to make the most of Hong Kong’s many shopping delights – or to do both!

Evening

Your guests will dig into dinner at one of Hong Kong’s award-winning restaurants, and then hit the town at one of the city’s trendiest nightspots, Lan Kwai Fong – a cluster of hillside lanes packed with lively bars and clubs.

Day 5

Morning

Your visitors will soar over Lantau Island's scenic mountains aboard the breathtaking Ngong Ping 360. The stunning cable car ride will transport them to a themed village, as well as Wisdom Path and the awesome Big Buddha  – the world's tallest outdoor seated bronze statue. They can then recharge over a delicious vegetarian lunch at the adjacent Po Lin Monastery.

Afternoon

Your guests will catch the cable car back down the mountain before making their way to the nearby Hong Kong International Airport in time for their departures.