Victoria Harbour Cruise in Hong Kong Tour Guide:
One of the best ways to enjoy Hong Kong’s scintillating skyline in all its glory is to enjoy a scenic Victoria Harbour Cruise. Flanked by the scintillating skylines of Hong Kong Island and the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, the shimmering waters of Victoria Bay are the lifeline of Hong Kong and home to one of the busiest ports in the world. Experience its magic and catch the action live with a scenic cruise down the harbour.
There are several types of cruises available throughout the day.
Hop on to a traditional Chinese vessel, a more modern vessel or charter your own cruise liner. Cruise past iconic landmarks such as The Peak, IFC Two, the former British Royal Navy Base at Tamar, now home to the People’s Liberation Army and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Sail on to Hong Kong’s oldest typhoon shelter past traditional fishing boats and under the Tsing Ma Bridge, the world’s longest cable-stayed bridge, linking Hong Kong Island to the airport.
Depending upon the cruise, you take and the time of the day, you can witness the legendary Noon Day Gun salute at Causeway Bay; enjoy scenic sunsets along the harbour front; or take in the enthralling Symphony of Lights from the Victoria harbour. You can also end the cruise with a nine-course Chinese traditional dinner experience at the legendary floating restaurant, Jumbo in Aberdeen or a more contemporary eclectic dining experience at The Peak.