HONG KONG ON A BUDGET
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The neon-lit Chinese city may have a reputation for being expensive, but cheap holidays to Hong Kong can still be unforgettable. Stay at one of our great value budget hotels, pick up market bargains and visit low-cost attractions.
On budget breaks in Hong Kong ride the MTR (Mass Transit Railway) to Lantau Island and admire the majestic Big Buddha. Take an evening stroll along the Avenue of Stars and see the glittering lights of the Hong Kong skyline. Then dine cheaply alongside the locals at Temple Street Night Market. Book one of our cheap hotels, taking advantage of Free Night offers.
Visit Hong Kong Island’s most famous places and landmarks on this comprehensive half-day tour. You’ll start with a tram ride up to Victoria Peak for spectacular views over the city and surrounding islands. Your next destination is the famous fishing village of Aberdeen with its junk-dwelling community. After some bargain hunting at the renowned Stanley Market, your tour concludes at a well known jewellery factory where you can see sparkling works of art meticulously crafted from gold and gems.
Cruise by express ferry across Hong Kong’s famous harbour to Lantau Island. Here you’ll stop at beautiful Cheung Sha Beach on your way to the unique fishing village of Tai O, where the local fishermen live in stilt-mounted homes. Then it’s on to Ngong Ping Plateau to see the majestic 111 feet high Big Buddha. After a guided tour of the colourful Po Lin Monastery, drink in the spectacular panoramic views during a 25 minute cable car ride down the mountain.
Combine sightseeing and gourmet dining on a relaxing night cruise around Hong Kong’s floodlit harbour - you’ll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar aboard a traditional Chinese tour boat. You will then disembark at the renowned Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village on the Eastern Harbour. After a short walk through a traditional fish market, you’ll enjoy a sumptuous banquet of delectable Chinese seafood dishes at the excellent Hoi Tin Garden Restaurant.
Cruise Hong Kong’s impressive Victoria Harbour in a traditional Chinese junk and enjoy an uninterrupted view of the dazzling Symphony of Lights. During this spectacular 20 minute display, laser beams bounce off 33 towering skyscrapers on both sides of the harbour, accompanied by synchronised music and commentary. On your 1.5 hour evening cruise you can enjoy unlimited drinks from the open bar while you watch one of the world’s greatest light shows unfold.
Explore Hong Kong at your own pace and at a fraction of the cost with the See Hong Kong Pass. Experience four of Hong Kong’s top attractions or activities and visit them any time within a month after your pass activation date. Choose between the following: Victoria Harbour Cruise; Peak Tram and Sky Terrace; Hop-on hop-off bus; Sky100 Observation Deck; 8th Estate Winery Tour & Tasting; Noak’s Ark theme park; Fisherfolks’ Village on Lamma Island; Round-trip airport bus transfer.