The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park, Lei Yue Mun One Day Tour

Happy Star Travel Service Ltd

Features

The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park is located at the flat roof of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building at 33 Shing Fung Road, Kai Tak, Kowloon. The Park occupies an area of 23,000 square metres with passive amenities including a central lawn, a viewing platform, water garden, fountain plaza, etc.


The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park is located at the flat roof of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building at 33 Shing Fung Road, Kai Tak, Kowloon. The Park occupies an area of 23,000 square metres with passive amenities including a central lawn, a viewing platform, water garden, fountain plaza, etc.


Itinerary
  • 1

    Day 1

    Please arrive at your pickup point (at least 10 minutes prior to your allocated pickup time)


    → The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park advertises the design concept of "mountain, city, and water", with passive amenities including a central lawn, a viewing platform, water garden, fountain plaza, etc


    → Lei Yue Mun is a fishing village in the past. Now it has become a famous seafood district for dinning. Visitors will be attracted by the streets full of seafood stalls


    → Lei Yue Mun Tin Hau Temple has a history of more than 200 years. Besides facing the sea, it is one of the most romantic Tin Hau temples in Hong Kong


    → Hong Kong Museum of History collects and preserves the information of natural ecological environment, Hong Kong in prehistoric times, historical development, folklore culture in Hong Kong, the Opium War and the Cession of Hong Kong, the birth and its early growth of the city, the Japanese occupation and return to China.


    Transfer back to your pickup point

  • 1

    Day 1

    Please arrive at your pickup point (at least 10 minutes prior to your allocated pickup time)


    → The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park advertises the design concept of "mountain, city, and water", with passive amenities including a central lawn, a viewing platform, water garden, fountain plaza, etc


    → Lei Yue Mun is a fishing village in the past. Now it has become a famous seafood district for dinning. Visitors will be attracted by the streets full of seafood stalls


    → Lei Yue Mun Tin Hau Temple has a history of more than 200 years. Besides facing the sea, it is one of the most romantic Tin Hau temples in Hong Kong


    → Hong Kong Museum of History collects and preserves the information of natural ecological environment, Hong Kong in prehistoric times, historical development, folklore culture in Hong Kong, the Opium War and the Cession of Hong Kong, the birth and its early growth of the city, the Japanese occupation and return to China.


    Transfer back to your pickup point