• Hong Kong Big Bus Tour

The Big Bus Tour - The Best Introduction to Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a public transportation haven, with several options for locals and tourists to choose from, whether it is the efficient and speedy MTR, the double-decker buses, the historical double-decker tram, or even the unique ferries. All of them have their advantages, but for the ultimate sightseeing trip, no Hong Kong itinerary would be complete without a Big Bus Tour. This tour takes passengers through the best places to see in Hong Kong, while allowing you to hop off to explore further in your own time, and then hop on another bus when you’re ready to continue the journey. These buses also feature an open-roof upper deck for you to enjoy 360-degree views, and with ten pre-recorded languages to choose from, this is a hassle-free and easy way to discover Hong Kong.

There are 3 tours to choose from: the Hong Kong Island Tour, the Kowloon Tour, and the Stanley Tour. Each tour runs every day and takes about 90 minutes to complete.

Hong Kong Island Tour

This route runs between the eastern and western sides of north Hong Kong Island, everyday from 9.30am - 6.10pm.

Some noteworthy stops:

* SOGO in Causeway Bay. This is a huge department store and is located right next to Times Square, another mega mall.

* Wan Chai Computer Center for all your electronic needs.

* Peak Tram terminal. With the HKTP, enjoy fast access to the always-crowded Peak Tram, and admire panoramic views from the top. The HKTP also gives priority access to the viewing platform Sky Terrace 428 and Madame Tussauds - both located at the Peak.

* Mid-Levels Escalator, the longest outdoor escalator in the world.

* Central Ferry Pier 7, which is the Star Ferry pier. Use your HKTP to enjoy free, unlimited rides on one of the most unique attractions in Hong Kong.

* Man Mo Temple, the oldest temple on the island. You’ll also find a bunch of antique shops nearby.

Kowloon Tour

This route runs through the center of Kowloon, and covers top Hong Kong tourist spots such as the shopping hotspot Mong Kok, and glitzy Tsim Sha Tsui. Both the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Tours are great for those who are interested in urban Hong Kong. This route runs daily from 10am - 6pm.

Some noteworthy stops:

* Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade, to admire the panoramic skyline of Hong Kong Island. Watch the nightly Light & Sound Show, and visit the Hong Kong Cultural Center, Museum of Art, and Space Museum.

* Langham Place Mall, another mega mall packed with countless dining and shopping options. Nearby is the very famous Ladies Market.

* Temple Street, a must-visit street market that comes alive at night. Get all your bargain shopping done here.

* Sky100, for the best 360 degree views of Hong Kong from the sky. With the HKTP, skip the long queues and maximize your time being blown away by the view. Be sure to come at sunset.

* Mody Road, to visit the Science Museum and the Museum of History - two of the best museums in Hong Kong. You’ll get a Museum Pass included in your HKTP, so you won’t have to worry about buying individual tickets for each museum.

Stanley Tour

This route takes passengers to the Southside of Hong Kong Island, running through Aberdeen, Ocean Park, and the popular beaches of Repulse Bay and Stanley, definite places to visit in Hong Kong for those looking for a relaxed, laid back route to see a different side of Hong Kong. Get those cameras ready to capture some truly panoramic views! This route runs daily from 9.45am - 4.45pm.

Some noteworthy stops:

* Central Ferry Pier 7 (Star Ferry)

* Peak Tram Terminal

* Ocean Park, Hong Kong’s most famous theme park. Enjoy priority access when you purchase the HKTP, and save time and energy! You’ll need at least a half day here, so plan ahead.

* Repulse Bay, undoubtedly Hong Kong’s most famous beach.

* Stanley Beach Road, another popular beach. Stanley Market is also located nearby, and is a great way to spend an evening shopping for souvenirs before catching the sunset by the beach.

* Aberdeen to see fishing villages and the famous Floating Restaurant

With consistently good reviews and professionally run services, the Big Bus Tour is a definite must-do activity and is a fantastic introduction to the world city that is Hong Kong. Do you agree? Then check out the Hong Kong Tourist Pass, which comes with a complimentary one-day tour on the Big Bus, as well as free or priority access to many of Hong Kong’s top attractions!

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