In Hong Kong, long before technology entered our lives, heading out to the market after dinner was routine, and one such market people frequented was the Temple Street Night Market. Which is why your first stop has to be this nostalgic neighbourhood that sells arts and crafts and tech gadgets.
After that, make your way to their local parks for an idea of what they look like after dark. Rumour has it, that they're quite the sight to behold and transform into something quite captivating. But if that didn't grab your attention, then discovering Hong Kong's magnificent skyline from a secret lookout, surely will.
As you take in the view, your tour guide will share with you about how the city - such as West Kowloon Cultural District and the high-speed railway to mainland China - is being developed. Don't forget to soak in the peace and tranquillity amidst all that talk, because your next stop is the bustling fashion streets.
For this next part you can put your wallets back in and explore the Peninsula Hotel (known for the largest order of Rolls Royce ever made in the history of Rolls Royce), and Chung King Mansion, which was named the “Best Example of Globalization in Action” by Time magazine and has been dubbed the “most globalized building in the world.”
End this amazing Hong-Kong tour with a stroll along the Kowloon waterfront to enjoy some sea breeze and check out the Avenue of Stars (Hong Kong’s version of Hollywood’s Walk of Fame) and the city’s cultural quarter. But don't let this mark the end of your adventure, simply ask your tour guide for recommendations of things to do and see.
*Pick-up at Yau Ma Tei MTR station, Exit C. Drop-off at Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier.