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Hong Kong
Visting Ships
10
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Number Of Departures
298
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Cruises from $91 per day
$91
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Cruises from Hong Kong

Hong Kong, situated on China's south coast and enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and the South China Sea, is a kaleidoscope of life, a sophisticated fusion of East and West, a city of diversity where new and old meet at every turn. Hong Kong offers a host of memorable tourist attractions within its compact area. Victoria Harbour and the Giant Buddha are among the most awe-inspiring. Then take the famous Escalator and the Tram to the Peak, the tallest point on the island, with some of the most expensive homes to be found anywhere. Read more

When there, take a short walk to escape the crowds and be rewarded with some excellent harbour views.

Hong Kong Cruise Calendar

Port Highlights

  • Make the steep climb to reach the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery. The climb itself has around 2,000 buddha statues lining its paths, then the main temple at the top is where the Monastery gets its name as it is home to 10,000 golden buddha statues.

  • Take in the rich history of Hong Kong from pre-historic times to the modern-day at the Hong Kong Museum of History. Spanning over eight major exhibitions, you will be able to walk through history to see snapshots of each era.

  • Pay a visit to the happiest place on earth, Hong Kong Disneyland. Enter the magical kingdom where fairy tales come alive and explore the seven lands in the park, including Toy Story Land and Tomorrowland, to name a couple. Enjoy a day filled with beauty, excitement, and best of all, Disney characters.

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