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Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory ticket and Dining Package

1. Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory ticket and Dining Package

The Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. At 393 meters above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the city and its famous Victoria Harbour. Connected to major transportation networks and a world-class shopping mall, it has been acclaimed as a must-see first stop for tourists to Hong Kong. It also features exceptionally quick double-decker high-speed elevators which reach the 100th floor in just 60-seconds. Beyond the splendid Hong Kong city panoramic view and magical scenery, Sky100 is also home to a large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit and a comprehensive guest center. Offering fascinating insights into local history and culture, the state-of-the-art exhibit enriches visitors with a thorough understanding of Hong Kong. Select Café 100 wine, dessert, and other dining combos to enrich your experience with gourmet food and beverages while enjoying the best view of the city. One tip is to visit the deck around dusk to watch the unforgettable sunset coloring the city’s skyline.

Mong Kok (Kowloon) Street Markets Private Walking Tour

2. Mong Kok (Kowloon) Street Markets Private Walking Tour

Discover the vibrant Mong Kok markets of the Kowloon neighborhood in Hong Kong on a fully personalized tour. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. From the Goldfish Market to the Flower Market, the Ladies Market where you'll find fashion bargains to the more unusual Bird Market, tailor your experience to what you're interested in exploring. The choice of which markets to explore is yours. Experience the enchanting blend of contemporary culture and traditional roots, grab a bite to eat from a street food vendor, and pick up a bargain or 2 yourself. As you spend time getting to know your local host, they will recommend other markets to explore that they know you'll love, and share with you the spots where locals really go to do their shopping so you can get off the beaten path and explore the markets that most tourists miss.

Hong Kong Disneyland Park Tickets

3. Hong Kong Disneyland Park Tickets

Enjoy endless fun in seven magical lands and experience your favorite Disney stories just as you remember them from the classic Disney films. Here's where fairytales really do come true. Thrills at Hong Kong Disneyland Park come in all shapes and sizes. Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars and Hyperspace Mountain offer a rush for the grown ups, while little ones can sail around the world at It's a Small World. Of course, family fun can be found in every corner of the park, from the Toy Soldier Parachute Drop to the Mad Hatter Tea Cups. Don't miss the main attraction: a meet 'n' greet with beloved Disney characters. Have your pen and camera at the ready and meet the characters you love. Amazing events will surprise your senses all-year round, including all-new immersive attractions, exciting festival celebrations, memorable hotel accommodations and dining services, as well as all-new merchandise items.

Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory Entry Ticket Only

4. Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory Entry Ticket Only

The Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. At 393 meters above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the city and its famous Victoria Harbour. Connected to major transportation networks and a world-class shopping mall, it has been acclaimed as a must-see first stop for tourists to Hong Kong. It also features exceptionally quick double-decker high-speed elevators which reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds. Beyond the splendid Hong Kong city panoramic view and magical scenery, Sky100 is also home to a large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit and a comprehensive guest center. Offering fascinating insights into local history and culture, the state-of-the-art exhibit enriches visitors with a thorough understanding of Hong Kong.

Hong Kong: City Tour with Self-guided Audio Tour App

5. Hong Kong: City Tour with Self-guided Audio Tour App

Tour the wonderful history and sites of Hong Kong at your own pace with an guided tour that you can download to your phone.  Download the app and let your self-guided audio tour take you on a fascinating cultural quest. Take your tour in your pocket, and let the rich information from the guide give you a deeper understanding of the city.  Discover all you need to know about sites like Hong Kong Park, the Tai-Kwun- Centre for Heritage and Arts, and the Tower of the Winds. Admire Man Mo Temple, the Ladder Street, and the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator without a live guide dictating how much time you spend at each site.  Access content offline, so you don't have to worry about using all your data.

Hong Kong Street Food Feasting

6. Hong Kong Street Food Feasting

Join a local host who is a foodie just like you and wander through the Kowloon district or through the neighborhoods of Sheung Wan or Sham Shui, eating your way around the most delicious markets, local eateries and street food stalls together as well as discovering the incredible ingredients that go into these dishes. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them.  Get to know the local food culture - your local host will take you to spots where the locals go to buy a meal from street food vendors and choose 6 - 8 street foods like pork dumplings, roast goose, pineapple buns and glutinous rice pastries for you to try. Immerse yourself in the local food culture with a host who is as passionate about eating authentic, local cuisine as you are and discover markets and street foods together.  Spend time getting to know your local host, chat about your favorite cuisine and get some insider recommendations of the most authentic locals places to eat and drink on the rest of your trip, at places your local guide knows you will love. 

Kowloon: Private Night Markets & Street Food Experience

7. Kowloon: Private Night Markets & Street Food Experience

Meet your local host at your hotel or a convenient meeting point to be decided. Then begin your personalized adventure of one of Hong Kong's most vibrant neighborhoods. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Although you will see well-known streets and markets, your local host will also help you to discover the places, things, and stories that you won't find in a guidebook and that make the city unique. Begin the tour by getting a little lost, exploring the tiny shops and market stalls in little side streets and back alleys, as well as the most famous night markets in Mong Kok. Take the opportunity to shop for souvenirs and treasures to take home or just soak up the atmosphere. Then, head to Dundas Street and explore the gaai, or back alleys, where you'll find tiny bars selling drinks ranging from herbal medicines to beers. Eat your way around a traditional night markets where vendors sell all the classics like steamed crab, cheung fun (chewy rice noodles), siu mai (a street version of a steamed dim sum classic), and fried octopus tentacles. This is where you’ll find some of the best food in the city, all at a local price. Get some tips and tricks where you can continue the night as this is one of the best districts in the city to party. Your host will share local secrets with you, like where the locals go at 5 AM to eat fried squid balls after a night of partying, and where the best underground clubs are.

Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory with Wine & Beverage Packages

8. Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory with Wine & Beverage Packages

The Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. At  1290 feet (393m) above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the city and its famous Victoria Harbour. Connected to major transportation networks and a world-class shopping mall, it has been acclaimed as a must-see first stop for tourists to Hong Kong. It also features exceptionally quick double-decker high-speed elevators which reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds. Beyond the splendid Hong Kong city panoramic view and magical scenery, Sky100 is also home to a large-scale interactive multimedia exhibit and a comprehensive guest center. Offering fascinating insights into local history and culture, the state-of-the-art exhibit enriches visitors with a thorough understanding of Hong Kong. Select a Café 100 wine or beverage combo to enrich your experience with a sip of wine or drink of your choice while enjoying the best view of the city. For a romantic experience, make sure to visit deck around dusk to watch the unforgettable sunset coloring the city’s skyline.

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What people are saying about Hong Kong

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based on 825 reviews

We are 4 adults who went on a good tour in Hong Kong hosted by Mark. Mark kept in touch with me prior to the trip, and gave us options to think about. We met Mark at 10:00 am so he took us to a place where we had Hong Kong French toast and a wonderful bun with butter (doesn’t sound too exciting but both dishes were delicious and something we had never tried before. Then we had some street food which was fish balls and octopus. The fish balls weren’t our favorite food but the octopus was yummy. Then we were off to dim sum and another taste feast. Finally we went out for bubble tea which was another first for us. Thank you Mark for a memorable day in Hong Kong. Mark was fun and entertaining. He kept us smiling and laughing the whole way. I highly recommend Mark and this food tour.

Well worth the cost, I’d pay the money just for the views… perfectly clear day, could see the whole bay and beyond, the food was also excellent, the veggie option which I had was tasty and an excellent coffee

Great experience, very clean and very organised. I would do it again and bring family with me.

Great deal for its price, ease of redeeming tickets and swift entrance into the park.

It was fun galore. A lot of activities for children and adults to do.