Spend Your Time Wisely in Hong Kong
Most people visit Hong Kong for less than a week (average is 3.3 nights). If you want to spend a day or even half a day seeing the best sites, you want to ride the Big Bus Hong Kong.
It also puts you at the head of the line for really popular attractions like the Peak Tram Sky Pass. That saves you an hour or two right away.
When I went it was very hot and humid, and I loved the open air top of the Big Bus Hong Kong to catch a breeze, and take some candid photos.
The Big Bus Hong Kong Makes a Fun Day Out
Whether shopping, sightseeing, fooding, and I did a lot of fooding!, I found it fun, interesting, and useful to ride the Big Bus Hong Kong.
Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon. So much shopping and dim sum!
Hong Kong’s calm Man Mo Temple, along the antique shop lined Hollywood Road.
Breathtaking view from the Hong Kong Observation Deck of Sky100 located on the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong.
Great view of the tall buildings that make Hong Kong so unique.
Stanley Market and Aberdeen – Green Route
I took the green line to the southern beaches one day, on my own. It was really far, and certainly not something I’d plan on doing with public transit. On top of the bus, winding along those steep roads, open air, it was really a unique experience. Repulsion Bay and Stanley were absolutely beautiful, and I probably wouldn’t have seen them if not for Big Bus.
Repulsion Bay and Stanley were absolutely beautiful, and I probably wouldn’t have seen them if not for Big Bus.
Big Bus Hong Kong offers to drive the oh-so-traffic-heavy streets for you, while telling you about the history, and delivering you to the top attractions, all in one, or two days.
Big Bus Hong Kong offers great value for the money.
The Big Bus sightseeing tour of Hong Kong provides access to 3 sightseeing routes taking you to all of Hong Kong’s main attractions, landmarks and places of interest. The tour provides a personal commentary in a choice of 10 languages. Convenient break points allow you the flexibility to explore the city at your leisure. A Night Tour of Kowloon is also available, providing the opportunity to see this vibrant city at night.
Ticket can be purchased from:
• Big Bus uniformed staff
(a) Tsim Sha Tsui Big Bus Tours Information Centre (Unit KP-38, 1st Floor, Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier)
(b) Central Big Bus Tours Information Centre (Shop i2, 1st Floor, Central Ferry Pier 7)
(c) No. 18 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Big Bus Tours Customer Service Representative on the Middle Road entrance of the Peninsula)
(d) Peak Tram Lower Terminus (Opposite main entrance)
• Hong Kong Tourism Board Visitor Centre
• Your Hotel Concierge