East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.
The Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees are a popular shrine in Hong Kong located near the Tin Hau Temple in Fong Ma Po Village, Lam Tsuen. The temple was built during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor in the Qing dynasty (1644-1912).
The two banyan trees are frequented by tourists and locals during the Lunar New Year. Previously, they burnt joss sticks, wrote their wishes on joss paper tied to an orange, then threw them up to hang in these trees. It was believed that if the paper successfully hung onto one of the tree branches, these wishes would come true.
This practice was discouraged by the authorities after 12 February 2005, when one of the branches gave way and injured two people. Instead, wooden racks are set up in place for joss papers to be hung while a period of conservation is imposed to help these trees recover and flourish.
Shui Tau village and Shui Mei village, discovered over 900 years ago), are the origin of clan-based village culture in Hong Kong. Here is where you can learn a bit more about the fascinating evolution of local rural life. These villages are also the earliest settlements on historical record for Hong Kong.
Rising 957 metres above sea level, the frequently cloud-covered Tai Mo Shan is Hong Kong’s highest peak and is visible from many parts of the city. Despite its elevation, Tai Mo Shan is accessible by foot, with several hiking trails meandering around the summit. Climb up for panoramic views, a sea of clouds, winter frosts, and colourful seasonal blooms of flowers.
Arrive in style as you land in Hong Kong. Skip the traffic and arrange a private helicopter transfer to your hotel for check in. This service is only limited to hotels with private helipad facility.
Visiting Mei Ho House, which is the only remaining Mark I-H Shaped resettlement block n the local community, which demonstrates the evolution of public housing and folk life), Street Markets (Toy Street, Bead Street and Electronic Street), and a Food Journey (Michelin-Starred restaurants and food stores can be easily discovered in this local district. Start your journey with succulent dim sum, egg tart, beancurd pudding, and soybean milk)
Inclusive: public transportations, food & beverages as stated.
The mile of Nathan Road from the harbor to about Yau Ma Tei Station is such an iconic shopping street that it is called the "Golden Mile of Nathan Road." The streets are lined with many shops selling a whole range of goods from bootleg fashion handbags to electronics.
Aqua luna takes you on a 90 minute cruise of Hong Kong Island to show you the delights of Stanley. Enjoy the view of the Stanley village on the southside of Hong Kong Island, a favourite destination for visitors and locals alike. Shop at Stanley's colourful market, have lunch at its bustling waterfront cafes, visit the Chinese Tin Hau Temple and enjoy the grandeur of colonial Murray House.
*Other types of cruise offered depending on date of the cruise
Sail Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour on a traditional Chinese wooden junk boat and enjoy Hong Kong’s stunning skyline and harbour. The fireworks show will be from 20:00-20:23.
Embarkation will be at Tsim Sha Tsui pier and includes one drink on board. Guest should arrive at the pier by 18:30.
Disembarkation back at the pier after the cruise at 21:00.
From stunning skyscrapers and a bustling markets to traditional temples, tropical hills, beautiful beaches and more, Hong Kong is a unique world city. A scenic and stress free way to explore the city - relax as Big Bus tours take you across Hong Kong and Kowloon discovering all the top sights and landmarks including the Peak, Man Mo Temple, Tsim Sha Tsui clock tower, Stanley market and more.
With over 20 stops on 3 different tour routes and multi-lingual recorded commentary, a Hop on Hop off bus tour is the best way to get to know Hong Kong's neighbourhoods.
A Hong Kong institution since its opening in 2008, SEVVA is situated in the penthouse of the iconic Prince’s Building in Central. The panoramic, wrap-around terrace offers 360-degree views of the stunning Hong Kong skyline and nightly light show. The restaurant, bar and lounge have been perfected down to the finest detail, wowing guests at every turn. Twice a year, a new pop-up deco that is eagerly anticipated by guests transforms the venue into something magical. But always in keeping with the spirit of refinement and sophistication SEVVA is recognised for.
Behind the success of SEVVA is Bonnae Gokson, founder and creative visionary who has curated the venue with her unbounded passion, inimitable style and distinctive eye in a constantly evolving process, infusing it with a soul that is unique in Hong Kong.
Be transported to the two major cities in China: Hong Kong & Shanghai and discover all that they have to offer. From the busy city center discovery to the more would down discovery of one of the UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage Sites of Hangzhou.
Discover the beauty of this cosmopolitan hub where both modernity and local experience collides. Explore Hong Kong's must see sights as well as little alleys alongside community areas where tourists fail to visit. Allow yourself to indulge in one of Hong Kong's popular sites as we bring you to get a bird's eye view of the bustling city and into the alleys to blend into their culture. Experience a unique blend of old and new as you walk through the intriguing city of Hong Kong.
This package will take you through all the popular sites in Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hong Kong. It is especially designed for the foodie who not only love to eat but also love learn about the Chinese cuisine. Experience hands on cooking classes throughout different cities and discover what makes each of the special.
Embark on this nostalgic journey while we bring you to various heritage sites that not only have rich history behind it, but has also become Hong Kong's popular places that even the locals would visit.
Only have one day in Hong Kong? There are plenty of Hong Kong Programs to choose from
Experience Singapore and Hong Kong through culture, food and cruise. Start your journey in Singapore with a day of Culture and Culinary Program before embarking on a cruise to the cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, spend the day exploring all the important sites like Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay and Aberdeen. Close the day with a 45 minutes Symphony of Lights cruise to see the best view of Hong Kong with laser show display that illuminates the harbour.
Discover the beauty of this cosmopolitan hub where both modernity and local experience collides. Explore Hong Kong's and Macau's must see sights as well as little alleys alongside community areas where tourists fail to visit. Allow yourself to indulge in the cities' popular sites as we bring you to get a bird's eye view of the bustling cities and into the alleys to blend into their culture. Experience a unique blend of old and new as you walk through the intriguing cities of Hong Kong and Macau.
Explore what Hong Kong has to offer within 24 hours