This is Hong Kong Night Tour

Hong Kong comes alive after 6pm – let me show you how and let’s have fun.

I always want you to get the most from Hong Kong and so will adapt the tour to suit you. There is something special about Hong Kong in the dark… my particular favourites are taking the Star Ferry and seeing the famous skyline shining bright (get your camera ready!)

However, there is so much more to see… we can visit the markets for their atmosphere, neon signage and bargains; put a curse on an enemy(!); test our luck on a race at the Happy Valley Race course*; have a very special foot massage; eat street food like a local; visit one of the famous and delicious novelty cafés; put a curse on your enemies; absorb the atmosphere whilst travelling along the longest outdoor escalator; have your fortune told and finish off by having a drink in an exclusive rooftop bar.

My evening tours are tailor-made, so if you have any specific wishes, it can absolutely be sorted for you.

Customisable Tour

We understand you may have your own preferences and sights you’d like to experience in Hong Kong.

Our customisable tours allow us to tailor a Hong Kong tour to suit you and your groups specific needs and wishes.

Please get in touch to discuss your customisable tour!

Macau

There’s more to Macau than just casinos – and with this fully customisable private tour, we’ll be lifting the lid on what makes this East-meets-West destination quite so unique.

A former Portuguese colony located just sixty miles from Hong Kong, Macau is the fascinating result of over 400 years of cultural exchange between the western world and Chinese civilisation. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this truly is a city of contrasts – where pastel-coloured colonial shophouses and quaint cobblestoned streets sit alongside traditional Chinese temples and glittering five-star hotels.

From the comfort of an air-conditioned car, we’ll be taking you off Macau’s beaten track to explore some of the lesser-known places that make the city so special. Highlights of this day trip with a difference include:

  • A walk around the Ruins of St. Paul’s, Macau’s most famous landmark, plus other historical sites Na Tcha Temple, Monte Fort and a section of Old City Walls
  • A chance to soak up Macau’s rich architectural heritage with visits to Our Lady of Penha Church, Mandarin’s House, Lilau Square, Moorish Barracks, A-Ma Temple and Guia Fortress
  • Delicious lunch at a traditional Portuguese or Chinese dim sum restaurant
  • A lip-smacking taster of the city’s famous Portuguese egg tarts
  • Get up close and personal with some new furry friends at the Giant Panda Pavilion
  • A drive-through tour along the dazzling Cotai Strip, with photo stops and the opportunity to explore the splendour of The Venetian Macao hotel