Enjoy the luxury of no queues
Ever wondered what you’re doing to yourself when you stand in a queue with 50 people in front of you? Ever asked yourself if it’s worth queueing for, say, an hour? It’s everybody’s worst nightmare, and that’s why with the Hong Kong Tourist Pass, we’re giving you the privilege of visiting Hong Kong’s iconic attractions, experiencing Hong Kong’s most famous activities, without having to wait in queues! Small luxuries at an affordable price.
That means when you visit Hong Kong’s Top 11 Attractions, you get fast access to entry and rides. Say goodbye to waiting forever in long queues. The Hong Kong Tourist Pass will help you get the most out of your time in Hong Kong, whether it’s 3, 5, or 7 days. We’ve got you covered.
So let’s get started! Here are the top eleven attractions you can enjoy fast access to, plus some additional information we think you should know.
Fancy a Cinderella-themed ride, or exploring Tarzan’s treehouse? This theme park featuring characters from Disney movies is a popular one and a great way to spend an entire day with kids. A 50 minute ride on the MTR will bring you from Central to Disneyland.
Easily reached via the South Island Line on the MTR, Ocean Park is a fantastic way to spend a day watching dolphin shows, riding on thrilling rides and the cable car, relaxing in The Rapids, catching unique shows, and more! Even better, Ocean Park is only 15 minutes away from Central Station.
For undoubtedly the best view of Hong Kong, head to the Sky 100, on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Center, where you will be greeted with 360 degree views of the entire city. Go in the afternoon and stay to watch the sun go down spectacularly. Get here via the MTR, to Kowloon Station on the Tung Chung Line.
Ngong Ping 360
At Tung Chung Station, you’ll find the Ngong Ping Cable Car terminal, that takes you to the picturesque Ngong Ping Village, Po Lin Monastery and the Tian Tan Buddha. Spend a day immersing yourself in culture, history and spirituality. Also enjoy the panoramic views from the cable car.
The Peak Tram & Sky Terrace 428
Ten minutes from Exit J2 of Central Station lies the Peak Tram Terminal. Skip the ever-crowded lines and head up the tram. Enjoy the breathtaking views from Victoria Peak. Get exclusive access to the Sky Terrace, an even higher platform to view the glowing city from. Go at night to get the best views.
Also located at Victoria Peak, Madame Tussauds is a fun activity for families, so head over and take photos with wax-figure celebrities!
Aqua Luna Harbour Tour
The Aqua Luna is the ultimate luxury-on-water experience. If relaxing on a lounge bed sipping on a cocktail sounds like the best way to while away an evening, this is for you. Pier 9 is the one of the pick up points for the Aqua Luna Tour, with other pick ups at TST, Hung Hom, and Wan Chai piers.
Star Ferry Harbour Tour
One of Hong Kong’s must-do attractions, the Harbour Tour is a ferry ride around Tsim Sha Tsui and Hong Kong Island, offering panoramic views of the skyline on both sides of Victoria harbour. The ride is a great way to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city - and you’ll have no shortage of photo opportunities, so get those cameras out!
Hong Kong Observation Wheel
The Wheel has long since become an iconic feature of the Hong Kong skyline. This 60 meter high observation wheel offers stunning views of the city. Get here via Central Station on the MTR, at Exit A. Walk towards Pier No. 9.
Take the Tung Chung line to Nam Cheong Station, and then change to the West Rail line to reach Tin Shui Wai Station. From there it is a short bus ride to reach the Wetland Park, a world-class facility of ecotourism and conservation. It’s closed on Tuesdays.
Noah’s Ark is an educational and fun attraction for visitors to learn about nature. To get here, ride the Tung Chung line to Tsing Yi Station, where the Park Island Bus takes you directly to Noah’s Ark.