Depart the pier for Hong Kong Island and cross under Victoria Harbour by tunnel. Head up to Victoria Peak by funicular tram for a breathtaking view of the harbor and Kowloon. You’ll drive past Repulse Bay to the southern side of the island, with panoramic views of one of Hong Kong’s most popular and beautiful beaches, along with the beautiful hotel that has long been a landmark here. Next, you will continue to Aberdeen where fishermen and their families live on thousands of junks and sampans. Enjoy a short sampan ride here, and a brief stop at one of the city’s jewelry workshops for you to see the wonderful craftsmanship of the goods. Refreshments are offered in the exclusive showroom. Continue to the small village of Stanley and Stanley Market, famous for its clothes, furniture, souvenirs and great, inexpensive knock-offs of designer goods.
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Other tan the tram and the view from the top which was overcast, there was not much on this trip. Too much shopping for too long. The guide was neither helpful nor responsive and her English was poor. Sorry we did not do this ourselves.
The panorama of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak are just beautiful. It is amazing to see all the highrises from sea level and up the mountains. Our guide & driver took us here last because of low clouds & that was a real plus. Stanley Market was typical. The "sampan" ride was the best & could have gone longer but we didn't feel cheated. Altogether a really nice day. Just long enough to whet appetite for a longer visit someday.