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Hong Kong: Sky100 Observatory Entry Ticket Only

1. 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.

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Central: 2-Hour Dr. Sun Revolution Tour

2. Central: 2-Hour Dr. Sun Revolution Tour

Meet your expert, English-speaking guide at the Central MTR station and make your way to the Police Married Quarters (PMQ). Explore this creative design hub and learn about its transformation from a school that provided Western education to Chinese students back in the 1880s, to Queen's College, and finally into the police quarters in 1951.  After the PMQ, check out the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Museum and learn about the legacy that still shapes Hong Kong today.   Finally, the tour wraps up with a visit to Tai Kwun, the historic central police station compound. Wander through the heritage storytelling spaces, thematic exhibitions, and imposing architecture while learning fun facts from your guide.

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Hong Kong: Avenue of Stars and TST Promenade Walking Tour

3. Hong Kong: Avenue of Stars and TST Promenade Walking Tour

Join this walking tour to discover the most beautiful gems of Hong Kong. From historic monuments and modern buildings to the city's famous skyline, see it all while walking along the Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) Promenade. Your 2-hour tour starts by meeting your guide at the MTR station. From there, head to the Clock Tower, a signature landmark of old Hong Kong and listen to the interesting old stories shared by your guide.  Walk along TST Promenade and don't forget to ask the guide to take photos of you with the beautiful skyline. As the Hollywood of the East, see tributes to Hong Kong's top movie stars, including the Bruce Lee Statue, and handprints of Hong Kong’s movie stars in the Avenue of Stars. Also learn about the interesting buildings in the area, including the dome-shaped Space Museum, the curved and concave-shaped Cultural Centre and the Peninsula Hotel.  The tour ends at K11 MUSEA, a revolutionary shopping mall that blends culture and art and took 10 years to finish. While here, learn interesting facts about Hong Kong's leading industry of properties and see the building's beautiful artworks inside. Don't miss out on "A Symphony of Lights" - select this option to be taken to the best spot to watch the world's biggest permanent light show.

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Tai Kwun: 2-Hour British Colony Tour of Victoria Prison

4. Tai Kwun: 2-Hour British Colony Tour of Victoria Prison

Marvel colonial Hong Kong stories in this 2-hour walking tour, which will take you to the awarded revitalised heritage and cultural area of Tai Kwun, the complex of the former Central Police Station, former Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison.. Meet at the Central MTR Station, your professional guide will take you to the Tai Kwun area with the first stop being the former Central Police Station. The newly restored police station features approximately 16 historic buildings, all within close range of each other while learning interesting facts about how British as a minority rules the locals. You can find the elements of both the East and the West. After exploring the police station, move on to the former Central Magistracy. Snap a photo or two by its imposing facade and take it its Greek-revival style architecture. The day's history lesson will wrap up by visiting Victoria Prison, the first and longest-running prison to date in Hong Kong, where housed the national father of Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh in the past. Learn the colonial court system and take photos inside the cells, experiencing as a prisoner!

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Hong Kong Museum of History: 1.5-Hour Private Tour

5. Hong Kong Museum of History: 1.5-Hour Private Tour

Go on a journey through time from prehistory to the 20th century and learn about Hong Kong’s storied past. Take a bite-sized walking tour of the Hong Kong Museum of History's highlights. Start the day by meeting at the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station before heading to the Hong Kong Museum of History. With over 90,000 historical objects in its collection that span eight galleries, listen as the guide points out facets of Hong Kong history and culture. Engage in dialog with a local guide while marveling at the vast array of archeological artifacts. Get an insider's take with Q&As accompanied by lifelike displays and dioramas of old towns and villages. Browse through old newspapers, currencies, and historical photos to uncover Hong Kong's identity. By the end of the tour, your brain will be buzzing with a ton of information about the glamorous metropolis and its hidden historical secrets.

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What people are saying about Hong Kong

Hong Kong from above

As always, the purchase was trouble-free. We chose Monday because it should be sunny that day. Unfortunately the weather didn't cooperate and you could only see the city below, the view into the distance and over to the other parts of the city remained cloudy. The day ticket, however, says: Valid for 3 days, maybe tomorrow will be nice? By the way, it wasn't full, so everything was relaxed! A hint would have been helpful that you have to identify yourself when you pick up the ticket!

Fantastic view!

Fantastic view and very interesting facts about Hong Kong when you read everything on the ”inner wall”.

It’s amazing. I went between 18:00 and 20:30. It was the perfect timing.

Ouch what a view

Great views of the city- a little too high for me!