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Hong Kong City Tour Packages

Hong Kong is a wonderful blend of Asian traditions and global trends. Huge skyscrapers cover the beautiful Hong Kong skyline and the metropolis is busy with a steady stream of people coming here for business and leisure.

Despite the fast pace of the city, you will find here pockets of spirituality with temples, monasteries, and pilgrim sites – something that makes the city grounded in ancient customs and traditions. Adventure hikes and theme parks are another reason the world loves Hong Kong.

Discover this marvellous city on your next holiday by exploring Flying Squirrel HolidaysHong Kong City tour packages from India. Get your Hong Kong trip customised suiting your personal preferences!



Hong Kong is commonly called the city where the east meets the west. The city is considered to be one of the wealthiest in the world with a strong economic influence. People from all over the world travel to Hong Kong for its unique mix of big luxury chain stores as well as street markets where one can find anything from cheap clothes to junk jewellery in antique styles.

Hollywood Road in Sheung Wan, Ladies’ Market, and Stanley Market are popular for luxury brands while Temple Street Night market and Cat Street are favourites for antique and vintage lovers.

For the adventurous, Hong Kong has two major theme parks. Disneyland Hong Kong attracts adults and children alike. It is a perfect family vacation spot with various incredible fantasy theme lands, roller coasters, life-size Disney characters, resorts and much more. Ocean Park is another heavenly spot for marine lovers; the park consists of a zoo, a marine animal park and much more.

When in Hong Kong don’t miss going up the Sky100 Observation Deck on the 100th floor, experience the Symphony of Lights event with the skyscrapers glowing in colourful dancing lights, or the Panorama from Victoria Peak and the view of the city from the iconic Star Ferry.

Hong Kong Island is home to multiple fascinating temples, shrines as well as churches that are centuries-old. Man Mo temple, Wong Tai Sin temple, Ten thousand Buddhas Monastery, Tian Tan Buddha Statue are some of the most popular religious sites in Hong Kong that can bring peace and calm.

Amidst the concrete jungle, Hong Kong also celebrates an abundance of nature. The Hong Kong Park is a popular visit amidst the city. It is believed over 70 per cent of Hong Kong is green. One can take adventure hikes in Dragon back Hike or visit the scenic Lantau Island. The magnificent casinos at Macau are also a popular attraction to visit.

Hong Kong’s stunning architectural skyscrapers and traditional religious monasteries are popular. If you are game for local food, the Chinese delicacies will not disappoint you. Enjoy the thriving nightlife at the Hong Kong bar district as well for the night owls.



Lamma Island

A day trip to Lamma Island lets you experience villages, beaches, and hills with no traffic. Tourists can take a hike between the two villages on the island or stroll around the village to get an insight into the life of the inhabitants.


Just an hour away from Hong Kong by ferry, Macau has a lot of Portuguese influence. It is often called the ‘Vegas of China’. Witness the unique hybrid of Chinese and Portuguese culture.

Temple Street Night Market

A shoppers dream, this market offers clothing, electronics, culinary appliances to even jewellery or Chinese souvenirs. Polish your bargaining skills prior to visiting and embrace an evening or two of shopping. You can relax at one of the many food stalls with seafood and the market is usually open at 6 pm.


Visit the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park for your inner child.

Go hiking at the Lion Rock Country Park.

Explore the scenic view from the Ngong Ping 360 cable car in Lantau Island as you reach the Big Buddha at Po Lin Monastery.

Attend the world-known Symphony of Lights event and observe the beauty of the city in wonderful colourful lights.

Go shopping at the popular street market and bargain your heart away. You can visit either the Ladies Market or the Temple Street Night Market.

Leisure away and ride the Chinese Junk boats that provide you with panoramic views of the city.

Take a free walking tour as your city tour in Hong Kong and learn about the interesting city from the local guide.

Ride the iconic Star Ferry and see the city from a different perspective enjoy the towering skyline.

Visit Macau and immerse yourself in the extravagant casinos and the Portuguese colony.

Marvel at the stunning city landscape from The Peak at the Victoria Harbour.


Victoria Peak

A very famous tourist attraction in Hong Kong is Victoria Peak. Hong Kong’s impressive landscape and skyline look the best from this spot. The peak stands tall at an astounding 552 meters.

The Peak provides a stunning panorama depicting the city’s ultimate beauty, with a view of the skyscrapers, the blue waters and the green hills! You can access the top by 125-year-old Peak Tram.

Big Buddha

The Big Buddha, also known as Tian Tan Buddha, is situated in the Po Lin Monastery in Lantau Island. This Big Buddha is one of the biggest Buddha statues in the world and was built in a span of 12 years.

The statue stands tall at 34 meters. The statue is a treat for the eyes, especially when set against the vermillion painted skies and the surrounding greenery. You can access the statue via a cable car.

Hong Kong Disneyland

This popular theme park, located on Lantau island, is loved dearly by all ages and is a popular family tourist spot. Hong Kong’s Disneyland has around 36 attractions such as Jungle Cruise and spinning tea.

The park has seven lands, they are Adventureland, Mystic Point, Grizzly Gulch, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A. Hong Kong Disneyland can be reached through the MTR Disneyland Line.

Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery

The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is a peaceful spot that lets you escape the busy city life. This monastery is located in Sha Tin, and can be reached on foot by climbing 400 steps up the hilltop.

You will come across numerous golden statues of Buddhas all with a quirky expression and each statue depicting a unique characteristic.

The climb ends with the main temple in the middle. The square area is again filled with a number of Buddha statues and in the middle lies a huge Pagoda.

Hong Kong Park

This is one of the most peaceful places in the city. The park spans over 8 hectares and has around 80 species of birds. You can spend hours birdwatching. Locals come here for their daily walks or to practice some tai chi. There are two lakes in the park with a conservatory and aviary in the middle. The park also consists of Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, the Flagstaff House Museum of Teaware and a café to relax in during your relaxing stroll.

Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden

Chi Lin Nunnery is a Buddhist temple built in 1934. Here you will find an ancient structure depicting the traditional Tang Dynasty style of architecture. The structure in the Nunnery is made of wood and the place is adorned with bonsai trees, garden and ponds with water lilies and lotuses. Admission to this spot is free, but photography is prohibited. Opposite to the Chi Lin Nunnery is the Nan Lian Garden, which is a lovely landscaped garden. There is also a restaurant on the site and a teahouse, which will give you a relaxing experience surrounding nature.

Star Ferry

Star Ferry is an iconic symbol of the city. This incredible ferry operates every few minutes and is crossing the harbours since the 1880s. The view from the ferry is scenic with skylines. The ferry goes to and fro from Kowloon and Hong Kong island. The Star Ferry stops at the Victoria Harbour.

Symphony of Lights

This magical event is a synchronised musical show of lights that spreads over 44 buildings on Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. The show includes fountains, laser lights, surround sound, aqua screen, LED lights, fibre optics, searchlights and many more things.

Man Mo Temple

This temple is one of the earliest temples, and now a monument. The temple was built years ago in 1847, and is a notable tourist attraction. As you enter the temple, you will be welcomed by the aromatic atmosphere from the burning incense sticks. The temple was named after two Gods, Man Cheong (the God of Literature) and Mo Tai (the God of War).

Ocean Park

This popular park is loved for its Giant Panda Adventure and has fun roller coaster rides. One can see exotic species, both exotic and otherwise the Grand aquarium. Two popular rides in the park are Whirly Bird and Hair Raiser. A visit to Ocean Park is a great way to spend time with family as well as have an adventurous and educational experience. You can reach the park through MTR South Island Line and stop at the Ocean Park Station.


This is an observation deck situated at a breathtaking 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre. It provides a spot to have a relaxing evening with great food and wine. This observation deck has a virtual reality attraction, a café and a photo booth. The city looks incredible at night from this point, and the waterfront even more so.

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    Flying Squirrel Holidays custom makes your Hong Kong Tour Itineraries as per your personal preferences as we believe your travel should be planned specifically keeping you in mind.

    You can explore our Hong Kong Family Trip Package, Hong Kong Disneyland Tour Packages from India or customise your own Hong Kong Tour Package by contacting Flying Squirrel Holidays! For assistance, we are providing you with a sample Itinerary.

    Day 1

    Our guide will await your arrival at the airport, after which you will be taken to your resort for complimentary breakfast and to freshen up. You will be taken to the ancient Man Mo temple after. Next, move on to riding the iconic Star Ferry and enjoy the scenic views of the city. Touch down at Kowloon and take the walking course to the Avenue of Stars. Have lunch at the Tsim Sha Tsui neighbourhood. After which, you can take a metro from Tsim Sha Tsui station to Yau Ma Tei station and walk towards the beautiful Tin Hau temple. Take another metro ride towards Mongkok and spend time in the shopping neighbourhood. Explore Hong Kongs souvenirs and the hustling city. End your night with the splendid view of Hong Kongs wonder at Sky 100 Observation Deck.

    Day 2

    Day 2 is an adventure to Lantau Island. Start your day with a metro journey to Tung Chung Station and then a Ngong Ping Cable Car toward The Po Lin monastery and witness the wonder of the Great Big Buddha. Next, take a bus to Tai O which is a traditional fishing village. Go back to the hotel and freshen up. Spend your evening eating and relaxing in the Central District.

    Day 3

    Start your day with a light breakfast and head over to the Clipper Lounge, which is a stylish spot to have afternoon tea. Head over to the largest park of Hong Kong that is Victoria Park. Next head over to the Peak to see the magical view of the city. Next head over to the Trick Eye Museum located at the Peak itself. Now visit Wan Chai and Times Square for high-end fashion stores.

    Day 4

    Travel from Hong Kong to the iconic Hong Kong Disneyland, filled with numerous things to do that will guarantee a fun time.

    Day 5

    Next day, head over to the Ocean Park, which offers everything in one place. It is a marine animal park, a zoo and even an amusement park. Spend the day there and catch the flight back home the next morning.

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    The cost of a trip to Hong Kong depends on several factors, such as the time of travel, and the days you want to stay in the island. Preferences of your stay can make a huge difference on the cost of your trip. Customise your trip with the Flying Squirrel Holidays’ Hong Kong Tour packages from India and grab the best deal possible for your next trip.


    How much does it cost to go to Disneyland Hong Kong?

    The one-day entry ticket to Disneyland Hong Kong varies for adults and children. An adult entry ticket costs HK$639, and a child ticket (child aged between 3 to 11) costs HK$475. Extra charges will apply for travelling towards the location, which can happen, via a ferry ride.

    Is English widely spoken in Hong Kong?

    English and Chinese are the official languages here. However, English is not so frequently spoken in the city. But 46% of the population is able to converse in English and since English is an official language, all government authorities, immigration and police officers are required to be able to manage communicative conversational English.

    Hong Kong is a great holiday destination for adventure seekers and shopaholics. Have a fun family filled adventure at Hong Kong Disneyland. The Star Ferry is a true symbol of the city’s ancient transportation. Religious shrines and temples such as Man Mo Temple or Chi Lin Nunnery are peaceful relaxing places to visit. Hong Kong also has islands that can bring a new fun angle to your journey of exploration. Visit Macau and be a part of the grandest casinos in the world. Lantau Island has the Big Buddha in Po Lin Monastery and Ngong Cable car, which is a ride with stunning views. Embrace the inner shopaholic at the street markets. Take a hiking trail in the islands. Brace yourself for an enchanting time at versatile Hong Kong!

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