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Shopping & Sightseeing

Sightseeing & Tours

If you agree the soul of travel is sightseeing tours, Hong Kong has a lot to offer. Stay high and above with Ngong Ping 360 cable car ride or ride the peak tram to experience the glittering night view of the city. Be blown away by the sightseeing tours in Hong Kong!

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Ngong Ping 360 Skyrail

Ngong Ping Skyrail is a visually spectacular 5.7 km cable car journey travelling from Tung Chung Town Centre to Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. Ngong Ping is a culturally-themed village close to the Tian Tan Buddha Statue – the largest, seated, outdoor, bronze statue in the world! The ride offers spectacular views over Hong Kong airport, the South China Sea and the North Lantau Country Park as you travel on this amazing 25-minute journey. A number of attractions at Ngong Ping include Walking with Buddha, Monkey’s Tale Theatre and the Ngong Ping Tea House.

Transportation:

  • Take the hotel shuttle bus to Airport Express Line – Hong Kong Station, and change for the MTR subway to Tung Chung Station then walk toNgong Ping 360 Skyrail Tung Chung Terminal (Total travelling time is approximately 1 hr 15 min)
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happy valley

Happy Valley

Happy Valley Racecourse was built on reclaimed marshland, and the first races were held here in 1846. They have been extremely popular ever since. Today, the track is ultra-sophisticated with computerized betting and races broadcast live on gigantic screens. Night racing was introduced at Happy Valley in 1973 and was an immediate success. The extra revenue raised was used to build Hong Kong’s second racecourse at Sha Tin in the New Territories, which opened in 1978.Also visit the Hong Kong Racing Museum onsite.

Transportation:

  • Go through the subway outside Cosmopolitan Hotel to Wong Nai Chung Road, on the left. (3-min walk from the hotel)
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The Peak and Peak Tram Ride

The Peak and Peak Tram Ride

Hong Kong is famous across the world for its stunning views from Victoria Peak. The seven-storey Peak Tower – an all-in-one viewing, dining and entertainment centre – provides the very best view of Hong Kong! The jogging trail is a perfect place to get some exercises whilst taking in superb views.

The Peak Tram, Hong Kong’s only funicular railway ride, ascends steeply up the mountainside to Victoria Peak. In operation since 1888, it takes just seven minutes up the steep incline to spectacular views at the top. The Peak Tram runs daily (7:00 am to midnight) at a 10 – 15 minutes’ interval..

Transportation:

  • To the Peak: By bus no. 15 (HK$9.20 / US$1.20 each) located in Queen’s Road East outside St. Joseph’s College Primary School, opposite Cosmo Hotel. Alight the bus at the Peak Tram Upper Terminus. (30 min by bus from the hotel)
  • For Peak Tram Ride: By bus no. 6X (HK$3.40 / US$0.50 each) located in Queen’s Road East outside Cosmo Hotel. Alight at Cheung Kong Centre, Queen’s Road Central and walk up to Garden Road for 10 minutes to the Peak Tram Lower Terminus. (20 min by bus from the hotel)
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Lantau Island

Lantau Island

The largest island in Hong Kong, Lantau Island provides visitors with a delightful array of experiences! Witness the world’s tallest, outdoor, seated bronze Buddha statue at the Po Lin Monastery. Also, explore Tai O Village with its traditional lifestyle for a glimpse of Hong Kong’s past. Cheung Sha Beach, the longest beach in Hong Kong, is an ideal sunbathing spot and the perfect place for a cool swim.

Transportation:

  • Take the hotel shuttle bus to Airport Express Line – Hong Kong Station, and change for the MTR subway to Tung Chung station, where you take bus No. 23 to Ngong Ping or bus No. 11 to Tai O. (1.5 hrs from the hotel) * Please contact hotel tour desk for tour package details.
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Seafood Dinner Sunset Cruise

Seafood Dinner Sunset Cruise

Enjoy a relaxing evening cruise in Victoria Harbour set against the backdrop of the glittering lights of Hong Kong’s skyline as the sun sets over the distant horizon. After this magical cruise, visitors can choose between a Chinese-style seafood dinner on the famous floating restaurant in Aberdeen, or take a leisurely walk from the harbour waterfront to the old village of Lei YueMun for an equally superb seafood dinner.

*Please contact hotel tour desk for tour package details.

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Golden Bauhinia Square

Golden Bauhinia Square

Golden Bauhinia Square is the home to the Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture, which was a gift from the Chinese government to mark the 1997 handover. The site is now highly popular with tourists who come to take photos and witness the daily flag-raising ceremony with Victoria Harbour as the backdrop. Flag-raising ceremony starts from 7:50am to 8:03am daily except the first day of each month.

Transportation:

  • By complimentary hotel shuttle bus to Convention Centre. (10 min)
  • By taxi (approximately 5 min at HK$40/US$5.16)
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Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Located in The Peak Tower, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong presents over 100 life-like wax figures of celebrities and important faces such as martial artist Bruce Lee, American President Barack Obama, football personage David Beckham or local favourite Andy Lau. The exhibition opens from 10:00am to 10:00pm daily.

Transportation:

  • By bus no. 15 (HK$9.2/US$1.2 each) located in Queen’s Road East outside St. Joseph’s College Primary School, opposite Cosmo Hotel. Alight the bus at the Peak Tram Upper Terminus. Then take the peak tram to the peak (Total travelling time is approximately 1 hour 15 min)
  • By taxi (approximately 5 min at HK$70/US$9.1)
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Sky 100

Sky 100

Sky 100 is an observation deck located high on the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre in Kowloon West, offering a panoramic 360-degree views of the Victoria Harbour. The high-speed lift at Sky 100 will take visitors up to the 100th floor in only 60 seconds. Opening hours: 10:00am to 8:30pm daily.

Transportation:

  • By hotel shuttle bus to Hong Kong Airport Express station, travel the MTR subway to Kowloon Station (20 min)
  • By taxi (approximately 20 min at HK$120/US$15.5 including tunnel fee)
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Avenue of Stars

Avenue of Stars

Avenue of Stars lies on the promenade of TsimShaTsui decorated with commemorative plaques, celebrity handprints, movie memorabilia and a life-size statue of kung fu martial artist Bruce Lee! Avenue of Stars is also the perfect vantage point to catch the Symphony of Lights show.

Transportation:

  • By complimentary hotel shuttle bus to Admiralty, travel the MTR subway to TsimShaTsui Station (Exit J) (40 min)
  • By complimentary hotel shuttle bus to Convention Centre, and walk to Wan Chai Ferry Pier. Take a ferry to TsimShaTsui. Fare: weekday: HK$2.5/US$0.32 weekend: HK$3.4/US$0.43 (40 min)
  • By taxi (approximately 20 min at HK$100/US$12.9 including tunnel fee)
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Hong Kong Science Museum

Hong Kong Science Museum

Hong Kong Science Museum is a unique place to learn and experience the magic of science. In this museum, visitors can play around with a variety of scientific topics including robotics, virtual reality and transportation. Temporary and permanent exhibitions are available. The museum opens Monday to Friday from 10:00am to 7:00pm (except Thursday); Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 10:00am to 9:00pm.

Transportation:

  • By complimentary hotel shuttle bus to Admiralty, travel the MTR subway to TsimShaTsui Station (Exit P2) (40 min)
  • By complimentary hotel shuttle bus to Convention Centre, and walk to Wan Chai Ferry Pier. Take a ferry to TsimShaTsui. Fare: weekday: HK$2.50/US$0.32 weekend: HK$3.4/US$0.43 (40 min)
  • By taxi (approximately 20 min at HK$100.00/US$12.9 including tunnel fee)
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Hong Kong Space Museum

Hong Kong Space Museum

Hong Kong Space Museum comes in a rather unusual egg-shaped dome on the TsimShaTsui waterfront. The museum has plenty of action and toys for space explorers. Sky shows, astronomy exhibits and interactive systems are available. The museum opens Monday to Friday from 1:00pm to 9:00pm (except Tuesday); Friday, Saturday and public holidays from 10:00am to 9:00pm.

Transportation:

  • By complimentary hotel shuttle bus to Admiralty, travel the MTR subway to TsimShaTsui Station (Exit P2) (40 min)
  • By complimentary hotel shuttle bus to Convention Centre, and walk to Wan Chai Ferry Pier. Take a ferry to TsimShaTsui. Fare: weekday: HK$2.5/US$0.32 weekend: HK$3.4/US$0.43 (40 min)
  • By taxi (approximately 20 min at HK$100/US$12.9 including tunnel fee)
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*Transportation fee is subject to change without prior notice and transportation time is subject to change depending on traffic conditions.


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