Small-Group Historical Walking Tour of Hong Kong
- Comprehensive tour of the city
- Small-group tour
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
Then make your way back to Central and see the buildings that comprise the city’s administration center, including the Central police station and Victorian Prison Compound, Hong Kong’s first prison.
Stop by the Fringe Club, a low-rise brick and stucco building, renowned for displaying the work of young emerging artists and serving as a hub for contemporary art. Amble down the granite Duddell Street Steps and pass by Hong Kong’s only remaining gas lamps as you pass by many of Central's most popular landmarks, such as the Legislative Council building, the Cenotaph, Statue Square and the Court of Final Appeal Building. Then visit St. John’s Cathedral, the oldest Anglican church in Asia.
Walk to Hong Kong Park to stop by the Flagstaff House to admire the British architecture and view the impressive display of antique tea ware inside. Next door, see the new Government's Headquarter's Complex where the ministers, legislators and civil servants overlook the city's famed Victoria Harbour.
Head to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on the Wan Chai waterfront, famous for being the location where the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony took place. See the Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture, a gift from the People’s Republic of China to celebrate the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Your tour finishes here, and you are free to explore the waterfront area or return back to the center of the city.
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- Expert commentary
- English-speaking guide
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
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Reviewed by: wendyg, October 2014
Absolutely loved this tour. From the easy meeting point to the gradual climbs and therefore easy walking Danny's thorough knowledge and clear English made this tour a delight. A must for everyone.
Reviewed by: Jordan, Australia, May 2014
An interesting and enjoyable time that was invaluable for the rest of my week. As I went about Hong Kong I was able to recognise where I was and share interesting information with my business colleagues and friends. The tour was well-paced and flexible so that we covered a lot of ground and saw a lot of different things but, Jennifer as excellent at adapting to the changing pedestrian traffic and the weather. It threatened rain all day but, we were never caught out when it fell.
Jennifer was personable, friendly and very well informed. I learned about history, culture and colloquial life in Hong Kong. For example, I learned about the influence of feng shui on the placement, orientation and design of buildings by the biggest banks. Even more entertaining was to hear how new buildings by the mainland Chinese used feng shui to challenge Hong Kong skyline landmarks and then how those buildings were modified to respond. This is just one example of the sort of local knowledge, combining politics, culture, superstition, philosophy and history, which really helps one gain an insight into life in Hong Kong.
If you prefer to see life from the street than through the window of a bus then this is the tour for you. If you are lucky enough to get Jennifer as your guide then that will be a wonderful bonus.