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Hong Kong City Break


5 Days from £1,799

Apr 2017 - May 2018 Departures

Enigmatic and exciting, Hong Kong is a unique city with a vibrant cultural scene and numerous attractions. On this break you’ll be dazzled by its harbour, admire its twinkling skyline, savour authentic cuisine, browse thriving markets and visit a charming fishing village.


What's included

  • Just You Tour Manager as your host
  • Return flights from Heathrow with Cathay Pacific
  • Use of an airport lounge in the UK
  • 3 nights in a 4-star hotel and 
1 night in flight
  • 5 meals: 3 breakfasts, 2 dinners
  • Specialist Local Guide
  • Cocktail reception
  • Farewell get-together
  • Overseas transfers and other transportation
  • Porterage
  • Dedicated Just You representative to greet you at all UK airports

Included excursions

 Victoria Peak, Aberdeen Harbour and Stanley Market
  • Dinner followed by evening Victoria Harbour cruise with drinks

Optional excursions

 Lantau Island, including visit to the Po Lin Monastery


Depart on your flight to Hong Kong, arriving on day 2.

A British colony from the early 1800s right until 1997, Hong Kong has a close affinity with many British people yet retains an air of mystery. It’s a dynamic and fascinating city, where Chinese culture effortlessly fuses with Western influence.

This evening, we’ll enjoy the ex-pat favourite cocktail known as a ‘gunner’ while getting to know each other at our hotel before a short stroll to the House of Jasmine, a traditional restaurant overlooking Victoria Harbour. After we are served an authentic Chinese dinner we’ll be entertained by the dazzling Symphony of Lights show – a spectacular display of colourful lights, laser beams and searchlights that illuminate more than 40 skyscrapers and landmarks in synch with an uplifting soundtrack.
Once one of the main fishing villages in Hong Kong, Stanley Market is now home to a thriving market and a range of lively eateries, most overlooking the water. It’s a wonderful place to relax, mingle with the locals and enjoy time with your fellow travellers as part of today’s included excursion, which also takes in two other highlights.

On the southern side of the island is Aberdeen Fishing Village, with its floating community. Here you can see a huge number of traditional fishing vessels, some still employed as such and many others used for sightseeing purposes. It’s a great spot for photo opportunities, as the huge skyscrapers that line the harbour contrast spectacularly with the sampan boats, which are traditionally made from wood and dressed with colourful sails.

We’ll also visit Victoria Peak – the highest point on Hong Kong Island – and the best place to soak up vistas of the fabulous cityscape. We’ll board the historic funicular railway to ascend to the viewing platform in this exclusive neighbourhood.
Cheung Sha is one of Hong Kong’s longest and most beautiful beaches and it’s our first stop on today’s optional excursion by ferry to Lantau Island. We’ll also visit the Po Lin Monastery, which is home to the largest seated bronze Buddha in the world, at 26 metres high. After a vegetarian lunch here we’ll enjoy a ride on the Ngong Ping cable car for stunning views (weather permitting).

Our hotel is in the centre of Nathan Road’s Golden Mile, a real shoppers’ paradise, while many museums are also within easy reach, so with the rest of the day at leisure why not explore at your own pace.

This evening, we include dinner at one of the city’s restaurants, so why not compare notes about your adventures with your fellow travellers as you dine, before meandering through Temple Street night market to collect souvenirs. Then we’ll step aboard our boat for a cruise around Victoria Harbour and admire the shimmering skyline – an experience that’s even better with a complimentary drink in your hand!
Today we’ll transfer to the airport for our return flight to the UK.


Experience even more of your destination by adding one or more optional excursions to your holiday before you set off. Right now is the perfect opportunity to do that – with everything booked and paid for you’ll have even more to get excited about and all you’ll need to think about while you’re away is having a great time.

By the way - look out for ‘Optional Excursion Packages’. For some holidays we’ve grouped a selection of excursions into a package which means you can make a saving when you book in advance.

Prices shown may vary according to departure date and are subject to change.  The full range of excursions will be detailed in your holiday information pack, sent approximately 15 weeks prior to departure.

Hong Kong - Lantau Island Tour

Hong Kong - Lantau Island Tour

from £85

Ferry / Coach transfer to Lantau Island.
Visit Hong Kong's longest sandiest beach Cheung Sha and Tai O Fishing Village before arriving at the biggest bronze seated Buddha in the world (26 metres high on a 3 platform altar) at the Po Lin Monastery. An excellent vegetarian lunch is served at the Monastery. The tour ends with a spectacular ride aboard the Ngong Ping cable car offering stunning views going down to Tung Chung (availability subject to weather conditions and maintenance of the Ngong Ping cable car).
Operates Monday to Sunday except Chinese New Year.

Please note theNgong Ping Cable Car will not be operated from mid-January to May 2017 (approximately 5 months) for Rope Replacement Project commencing early January 2017.

During the closure of Ngong Ping Cable Car, our Lantau Tour will be continued by coach all the way

Tour Duration: 8 hours approx

Full day - Moderate/Strenuous Walking - Cultural Interest


The 4-star Kowloon Hotel is an elegant hotel in a prime location. Well located, you’ll find yourself in the heart of Tsimshatsui’s shopping, dining and entertainment area, and also within walking distance of Victoria Harbour.

Hotel facilities include a choice of two restaurants, a contemporary bar and a welcoming coffee shop. Bedrooms have private facilities, air-conditioning, mini-bar and tea/coffee-making facilities.

The Kowloon Hotel - Hong Kong

Just You have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the hotel images provided on this website and images of room types displayed may vary to those offered on your tour.  Therefore due to the possibility of inadvertent errors we do not guarantee their accuracy. Hotels are subject to change and will be confirmed in your final documents.

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Sleek and stylish Hong Kong

Sophisticated and cosmopolitan with a spectacular skyline and harbour, Hong Kong is Asia’s World City. Successfully fusing east and west, Hong Kong has emerged as one of the world’s most fast-paced and dynamic cities, where Chinese tradition combines with the relics of colonial rule to create an exciting and eclectic environment.

East meets west

Infused with an incredible sense of vibrancy, highly sophisticated infrastructure and award-winning architecture are served up alongside the hallmarks of an ancient culture. A stroll down Hong Kong’s famous Hollywood Road highlights the many characteristics of this exciting city. Antique shops, local street food stalls, historic temples mixed with shiny skyscrapers, modern restaurants and quirky art galleries can all be found on this cultural street.

Culinary scene

Hong Kong is the culinary capital of Asia and a paradise for food lovers. With over 11,000 restaurants you can eat out three times a day for 10 years and never eat at the same place twice! From Michelin starred restaurants to tiny local eateries serving inexpensive gastronomic delights there is something for everyone. For those on the move, street food is extremely popular and some vendors have recently been recognised by the celebrated culinary guide Michelin.

Evening entertainment

Come sunset, Hong Kong takes on a whole new persona and there are many fantastic roof top bars to choose from to enjoy a drink or two. Lan Kwai Fong is a well known area, but there are also bars opening in emerging districts outside of Central, such as Sai Ying Pun, Kennedy Town and Causeway Bay.

Hollywood Road
Dim Sum
Hong Kong

Shopper's paradise

For shopaholics, Hong Kong offers a vast contrast and choice of shopping experiences, from bustling markets to ultra modern malls and department stores. New cultural hub, PMQ (Formerly known as the Police Married Quarters) in Sheung Wan offers a unique shopping experience with products made by local artists in a historic venue.

Island life

Those keen to escape the crowd can head off to one of the 260 outlying islands, many of which are uninhabited whilst others have small villages, where life is a world away from the buzz of the city. Lantau, the largest of the islands offers some of Hong Kong’s biggest attractions such as the Big Buddha and Tai O Fishing village, also known as the ‘Venice of the East’.

Coastal area

Hong Kong’s coastal area has a rich array of beaches, coves, bays, cliffs, arches and sea caverns just waiting to be explored. For visitors who want to reach great heights, Hong Kong also offers spectacular scenery for helicopter rides.

Chinese lanterns
Giant Buddha, Lantau Island
Victoria Harbour tram


Hong Kong boasts a diverse range of museums that touch upon the country’s unique past, present and future. These include medical science, tea ware, robotics, triad rituals, movies, history, urban planning and even prison life. Up until 2018, visitors will have the chance to gain a greater insight into the life of Kung Fu legend, Bruce Lee at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.

Special events

Hong Kong’s year-round calendar of events means for visitors there is always a time for celebration. From major sport tournaments to cultural celebrations and art festivals, Hong Kong offers something for everyone with a unique twist.

Getting around

Hong Kong is a compact destination, which is well served with excellent and enjoyable public transport connections. Visitors can travel affordably around the districts by tram, ferry, metro or bus. And just like London and New York, Hong Kong has an iconic taxi service with a fleet of red cars in the city centre.