This tour in an
attractive double-decker bus is the most flexible way to zip across Hong Kong
and explore its fascinating array of historic, cultural, and uber classy
delights. The major benefit is that it lets you hop off at your own pace
whenever you wish to have a closer look at the museums, shrines, or
contemporary attractions included in any of its more than 20 stops.
As your Big Bus loops
you through Hong Kong’s vibrant and bustling neighborhoods, listen to
interesting facts and anecdotes shared by your knowledgeable guides on each
highlight, or pick up on the entertaining pre-recorded commentary available in
ten different languages. You can opt to take in the views from the top deck
with open air section or within the air-conditioned comfort of the lower deck.
To effortlessly mix and match three distinct routes: Red Route, Blue Route, and
Green Route, buy Classic, Premium, or Deluxe ticket.
The classic ticket (24
hour) covers sightseeing, together with Sampan Ride along mesmeric floating
villages; one-way Star Ferry ticket that has been operational since 1888; and option
to choose from Peak Tram Sky Pass or admission to Sky100 Observation Deck,
offering the most exquisite views of Victoria Harbor. Featuring all standard
inclusions plus one-hour harbor ride, the validity of both Premium and Deluxe
tickets are 48 hours. Further, a Deluxe Ticket offers a one-hour night tour
across Kowloon’s brightly illumed architectural marvels.
Speaking of routes, the
Red Route (Hong Kong Island Tour) comprises nine stops, from Central Star Ferry
Pier 7, Wan Chai Computer Centre, and Causeway Bay (Sogo) to Man Mo Temple.
There are six routes in Green Route (Aberdeen and Stanley Tour), such as Ocean
Park, Repulse Bay, Stanley, Aberdeen etc. Alternatively, the Blue Route
(Kowloon Tour) has seven stops, the significant being Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade,
The Peninsula, and Honkow Road, where you can easily change routes by taking
Star Ferry to join the Red Route at Stop 1 or the Green Route at Stop 17.