Day 1 Hong Kong
Arival transfer to hotel, then start to enjoy your tour in Hong Kong. Chun Yeung Market is a wet market, hop on an eastbound tram heading towards the North Point tram terminus and without warning, you'll swing off the broad King's Road onto a narrow street which is lined on either side with buzzy stalls selling fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood. Some of the best places for inexpensive shopping are street markets, and the Temple Street is one of them. The market is well-known with locals and tourists as a very good place for bargain shopping. The highlight of Upper Lascar Row is the seemingly endless row of antique stores, offering an eclectic collection of Chinese calligraphy, arts and vintage furniture.
Egg waffles is baked in an egg-shaped waffle iron. The egg puffs are traditionally eaten plain in Hong Kong.
Wonton noodles is a noodle dish of Cantonese origin. Excellent wontons, bouncy noodles and flavorful broth are three essential elements that make up a superb bowl of wonton noodles
Sugar Cane Juice is refreshing and extremely sweet, it's usually made on the spot by pressing steamed sugar cane with a machine.
Day 2 Hong Kong
Meet your guide at the hotel lobby and your tour starts from the Peak with the one-way tram ride, an impossibly steep but incredibly wonderful way to reach the Peak Tower where you'll be rewarded with the paradise of shopping, coffee and other minor attractions.
Then visit the fashionable Repulse Bay and the Aberdeen Fishing Village with sampan ride. You'll find how sharp the contrast is between the village’s traditional lifestyle and that of the high-rise community dwellers.
Head on and stroll around the Gem Factory Outlet, where free polishing and repairing services are also provided. Bird Garden is one of is the most popular street markets is Hong Kong. It is a traditional Chinese-style garden or a market all about pet birds and songbirds.
Glistening behind the window, Roast goose always has a superior place among different types of meaty goodness of a Cantonese barbecue stall. Juicy, tender meat with crispy skin complimented by fruity plum sauce, should be on every visitor's must-try list
-- Private tour guide
-- Private air-conditioned car or coach
-- Hotel pick-up & drop-off service
-- Lunches as listed
-- Entrance tickets as listed
-- Any flight or train ticket
-- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax fee, phone bills, optional activities
-- Tips for guides and drivers
-- Travel insurance
-- China Visa