Love it. Just stay longer. So much to see and do. Do your homework though.
Visited: Mar 28, 2019
You don't need expensive Cruise buses to get into town, there are many taxi nearby or take the free shuttles to the MTR to get into HK central areas.
Visited: Feb 18, 2018
Absolutely loved Hong Kong we did an excursion was very helpful and informative lovely people.
Visited: Nov 19, 2017
I was last in HongKong 30 years ago and it has changed considerably - it is fantastic. There is tons to do and no need for an excursion here. Everything is easy to access by taxi and public transit. Do the ferry and the tram - and check out the lights at night.
Visited: Dec 20, 2017
We did not do an excursion via Azamara, but in hindsight, wish we would have. After leaving the ship and being accustomed to everything planned for us, Hong Kong is a place to experience with someone who knows the city fairly well (and how to order the right food, haha). BUT, we still loved it. And because we were only there for one day, it is not enough and we will will return to visit someday again. Tip... while most people speak English, most taxi drivers do not so be prepared. Many don't want to help you and just say they don't know how to get to your destination and drive away. Not that we expect them to speak our language, just be prepared to have directions or addresses in Chinese.
Visited: Dec 09, 2017
Love this city! So much to do and see- Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Ave of the Stars, Victoria Peak. Lots of great food, friendly people, and everything has English signage which makes navigating the city much easier.
No excursion. The cruise port offered two free bus rides to the malls. We took one of the buses rides to a drop off point near the MRT trains bought a train pass that is good on the trains, buses, ferries and the tram to Victoria Peak. The first day we visited the peak, walked around the city and took a ferry to the other side of the harbor to return to the ship. The second day we left the ship by cabs to the J W Hong Kong Marriott for a three day stay. We use the pass to go to Stanley Market, the Night Markets. We visit the Big Buddha by train to the station near the tram to the big Buddha. The tram to the Big Buddha is owned by a private company and requires the purchases of tickets to use the tram. The lines were very long it took almost two hours to be seated in a cable car. The other option is to take a ferry from Central Ferry Terminal to Lantau Island and take a bus to the Big Buddha the MRT pass can be used for the ferry and the buses on the island.
Visited: Dec 10, 2017
Amazing place take a couple of days To get used to getting around and you will Love it brilliant
Visited: Mar 26, 2019
Hong Kong is nice city. Need to take taxi or shuttle from port to town
Visited: Feb 02, 2019
Loved this port but will have to say they have to get rid of the jewellery store visit out of their tour. Absolutely boring and a waste of time. Stanley Markets was totally awesome but was only give 45 mins there, so had to do speed shopping, 95% of the tour would have been happier to stay there instead of the jewellery store. Going up to the peak on the tram was excellent and dam cold, but thoroughly enjoyed
Visited: Mar 22, 2018
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