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Double-decker bus tours in Hong Kong
The tour by an open-top red double-decker bus will give you the opportunity to see all the famous and non-famous tourist attractions in Hong Kong in just a couple of hours. The famous red double-decker buses work with the concept "Hop-on Hop-off". The main tour program is organized in such a way that you can see as many attractions and get as much information about the culture, history and values of Hong Kong as possible. The excursion is held in an easy, clear form. It has an audio guide in different languages. All you need to do is choose a language and enjoy the bright, interesting story. If you want to take a closer look at a certain attraction or have a little rest, you can get off the bus at the next bus stop. Then you can wait for the next red bus and continue your tour. As millions of tourists have already noted, the red double-decker bus tour is the best way to discover Hong Kong and feel the real spirit of China.
Live and dynamic Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a true Asian city which amazingly combines the wonders of ancient history and the crazy rhythm of modern life. It combines cultures of both East and West. There is a wide variety of entertainment of every taste, historic attractions, cultural values, temples, museums and other places that are worth visiting during your first trip to Hong Kong.
Why visit Hong Kong?
One of the major tourist attractions of Hong Kong is Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha), which attracts millions of tourists from different countries. The highest bronze statue of Buddha is located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island. You can visit the Po Lin Monastery nearby and enjoy the fascinating view from its viewing platforms. There is also a great green garden there. The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery in Hong Kong is a must-see. It will require a lot of energy to reach the top, but the reward will be worth it: a breathtaking view at the Buddha statues in different ways. Tourists who love architecture will definitely admire the Wong Tai Sin Temple, built in the spirit of feng shui, a traditional Chinese philosophical system. The Victoria Peak, one of the major tourist attractions of China, is located right in the heart of Hong Kong. Six million tourists climb it to enjoy the fascinating view from the top every year.