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Hong Kong Art, Antiquity & Architecture

Hong Kong Day Tours

Discover the buildings that define Hong Kong’s skyline on this unique walking tour of the city. From Norman Foster's HSBC building to I.M. Pei's Bank of China, learn about the history and stories behind each one and discover how the principles of Feng Shui influenced their construction. With a chance to hunt for treasure in the markets and to ride the world’s longest escalator, this is one adventure that will unlock the many secrets of this fascinating city.

Highlights:
Learn the history of Hong Kong through its architecture, see how Feng Shui has influenced Hong Kong design, hunt for treasure in an antiques market, ride the world’s longest escalator, see where old and new Hong Kong collide, experience the buzz of a local market, appreciate Chinese art at the city’s oldest museum

Tour style: Walking & Orientation, Local Life & Culture, Heritage & History, Market Visits

Includes: English speaking guide

Excludes: Items of a personal nature

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