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Hong Kong cruises are a fascinating way to explore the wonderful attractions of this vibrant city-state. These cruises range from local night cruises that takes you on a joyride along the river to luxurious intercontinental cruises that cover exotic destinations all across the globe. The evening harbour cruise is the best way to enjoy the magnificent skyline of Hong Kong with its enchanting orange hue and the various displays of lights and sound.

Depending on what you are looking for you can pick from several different types of cruises in Hong Kong. If you want to experience riding a traditional Chinese junk boat from the bygone eras then try out the fabulous AquaLuna Evening Sail. Combine luxury and tradition with a ride on the luxury yacht of the Victoria Harbour Cruise. The Aberdeen Night Dinner Cruise is excellent if you want to combine cruising with dinner and some sightseeing.

Hong Kong is also a great place to board your international cruises. World Dream is one of the best cruises if you want to explore destinations in Asia. If you are travelling with your family, then the Diamond Princess is a great choice.

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Victoria Harbour Hong Kong Night Tour

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Activity Location: Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier No. 1Activity Duration: 45 minutes - 90 minutes(Depending on the variant you choose)Activity Days: Monday - SundayAbout the Victoria Harbour Hong Kong Night Tour:Enjoy an evening tour at Aqua Luna Victoria Harbour Cruise in Hong Kong with your loved ones. Discover the beautiful sights of the skyline at night and enjoy watching the largest sound and light show 'Symphony of Light'. See the mesmerizing view of the sun set from the waterside and discover 'why Hong Kong is so famous for its night view'.
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₹ 2,413

₹ 1,593 per Child

Aqua Luna Stanley Cruise, Hong Kong
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Aqua Luna Stanley Cruise, Hong Kong

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Hong Kong has forest-covered mountains, hiking trails, beautiful beaches, islands, and traditional fishing villages. Hong Kong is one of the most impressive cities in the world, certainly, but there's much more here than meets the eye. About the activity:Stanley village on the Southside of HongKong island is a favorite destination for visitors and locals. Enjoy your day on Cruise to Stanley in comfort on Chinese Junk Boat. Visit the Tin Hau temple, Murray house, and local places in Hong Kong. Enjoy your day with complimentary drinks and choice with a One-way trip or Round trip. Experience a day on a cruise with the beauty of the sea on the Chinese junk boat. Starting time: 12.00 pmEnd time: 05.00 pm Pickup & Drop location:Central Pier 9: Depart 12:00pm, Return 5:00pmTsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1: Depart 12:15pm, Return 5:15pmStanley: Arrive at 01.45 pm, Depart at 3.30 pmHow to reach:Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier No.1-Tsim Sha Tsui MTR (Hongkong local train) Station, L6 exit, across the street, Pier 1 is right behind The Cultural Centre on your right (Close to the Clock Tower).Central Pier 9-Via Hong Kong or Central MTR (Hongkong local train) stations: Follow signs for the ferry piers. You'll walk along a raised pedestrian walkway. Once you get to the end, turn right and keep walking until you come to Pier 9 (right next to the Observation Wheel).Stanley Blake Pier-From MTR Central station exit A: Turn left and walk along Connaught Road Central until you see a footbridge, take the bridge and turn right to the exchange square, you will see the bus terminal at left. Take Bus 6 there and get off at Stanley Plaza (35 minutes). Then take a 5-minute walk to Stanley Blake Pier, you will pass by Stanley Plaza Square and Stanley Main Street on the way.
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₹ 3,219

₹ 2,420

Aqualuna Evening Sail, Hong Kong
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Aqualuna Evening Sail, Hong Kong
The AquaLuna Evening Sail is one of its kind initiatives to drive you to go through some magnificent Victoria Harbour Hong Kong. The tour introduces you to the nightlife in Hong Kong, illuminated skyline, sounds and city lights sparkling across the harbors and glimmering over the water surface.About the Activity:AquaLuna Evening Sail is designed to introduce people with the glittering nightlife of the charming city of Hong Kong. You can either start your tour from Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1 or Central Pier 9. It is best to board from Tsim Sha Tsui to grab on the best and most comfortable seats for your 45 minutes cruise tour. Two AquaLuna boats (Red Sail and Dragon Sail) shall be waiting for you at pick-up points and will pick you up randomly.  Once you are on board, you can enjoy your complimentary drink while the AquaLuna boat cruises you through the sea line of Victoria Harbour. As soon as you step on the deck, you can capture some spectacular views of Hong Kong’s reckoned skyline or indulge in the sounds of its exciting nightlife. AquaLuna boats have a quaint décor in its interior where you can sit and relax for some time.How to Reach:Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1: Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, L6 exit, across the street, Pier 1 is right behind The Cultural Centre on your right (near the Clock Tower)Central Pier 9: via Hong Kong or Central MTR stations follow signs for the ferry piers. You'll walk along a raised pedestrian walkway. Once you get to the end, turn right and keep walking until you come to Pier 9 (right next to the Observation Wheel)Departure Times:Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1: Depart 5:30pm, 6:30pm, 8:30pm, 9:30pm, 10:30pmCentral Pier 9: Depart 5:45pm, 6:45pm, 8:45pm, 9:45pm, 10:45pmThe cruise that departs at 10:30 pm and 10:45 pm is only available every Thursdays-Saturdays
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Symphony of Lights Cruise, Hong Kong @ Flat 18% off
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Symphony of Lights Cruise, Hong Kong @ Flat 18% off
About the Activity:- Witness the unadulterated, one-of-a-kind culture and technology of Hong Kong with the Symphony of Lights Cruise.- The highlight of the tour is the play of lights and the multimedia presentation that is conducted by the Hong Kong Tourism Board and is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city.- Apart from witnessing the Symphony of Lights, which holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest permanent show of lights, you can also get a unique tour of the Kowloon Peninsula and Victoria Harbour hong kong.- The 15-minute presentation consists of a show of lights in accordance with five themes- Awakening, Energy, Heritage, Partnership and finally, Celebration- The light presentation is projected onto 40 skyscrapers with commentary in English, Mandarin and Cantonese that gives enlightening insight into the history and culture of Hong Kong.- Apart from a close-up view of the breathtaking light show, you can also enjoy drinks on board.Scheduling:Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1: Depart 19:30Central Pier 9: Depart 19:45All journeys conclude in Tsim Sha Tsui unless otherwise arranged
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₹ 2,491

National Day Fireworks Cruise in Hong Kong
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National Day Fireworks Cruise in Hong Kong

3H

The biggest event to celebrate the National Day of the People's Republic of Hong Kong on October 1st, a splendid fireworks display will be hosted in Hong Kong. The best place to enjoy the fireworks is from a cruise sailing in Victoria Harbour.About the activity:The 23-minute fireworks on the National Day of the people's republic feature in Hong Kong. You will be picked up at Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter near the Noon Day Gun at 7 pm. Once you reach, you will enjoy drinks and canapes with you enjoy the Hong Kong skyline from the water. A pre-show dinner has also been prepared for you to enjoy before the show starts. The yacht will then cruise into place to give you front-row views of the spectacular fireworks show launched from barges strategically placed in the middle of the harbour. You will then be dropped back off at Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter after the fireworks show at approximately 10.00pm.Note- This activity is only available on 1st Oct.Starting point & Endpoint: Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter, Hong KongStarting time: 07.00 pmEnd time: 10.00 pmMaximum occupancy: 15 PaxMinimum occupancy: 1 PaxHow to reach:The meeting point of the activity is Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter, Hong Kong. You can easily reach the meeting point with the help of private and public means of transportation which are convenient and comfortable.
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24 Ratings

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24 Ratings

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₹ 13,867

City and Harbour Tour by Night, Hong Kong
City and Harbour Tour by Night, Hong Kong

5H

Hong Kong, a city in China, is a famous destination for tourists. You will cherish a trip on a cruise throughout your life.About the Activity:This city and harbor tour will serve you as a great tool to explore Hong Kong City at night and cruise around Victoria Harbour. Your hotel's lobby is where the tour starts. You will be picked up and taken straight to Victoria Harbour. Upon reaching, you will ready to explore Victoria Harbour's famous attractions after boarding the cruise. Fun fact, cruise's open bar awaits you with unlimited drinks. You will deboard the cruise then, but the trip is yet to complete. After driving up to Victoria's peak, you can relish a wonderful Western-style dinner in Bubba Gump. In the restaurant, you cannot miss capturing marvelous views of the city. The tour ends at Poor Man's Night Club at least this is what locals call it, a flea market at Temple Street.This tour is suitable for all age groups.Pick-up Information:Excelsior Hotel: 5:00 pmDorsett Hotel Wanchai: 5:15 pmPark Hotel: 5:40 pmKowloon Hotel: 5:50 pmMeals:You will be served with dinner and drinks are available on the cruise.How to Reach:Please be at the meetup location 15 minutes before the meetup time. You can easily reach here by Private or Public transport.Minimum Occupancy: 2 pax
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38 Ratings

4.0

38 Ratings

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₹ 7,290


People Also Ask About Cruises in Hong Kong

  1. Which cruise is the best in Hong Kong?

    1) Star Ferry Tour – AquaLuna Evening Sail

    This cruise offers a ride in one of the last remaining traditional Chinese red-sail junk boats which can take you back in time. Enjoy amazing city views while cruising on this lovely traditional boat. Sip on your complimentary drinks as the boat skims over the waters for 45 blissful minutes. There are two AquaLuna boats namely, Red sail and Dragon sail. This is one of the most amazing Hong Kong cruises everyone should experience.

    Location: Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1 and Central Pier 9.

    Timings: 5.30 pm to 10.30 pm.

    Price: 220 Hong Kong Dollars.


    2) Bauhinia Harbor Cruises

    This is one of the best Hong Kong Cruises to take in the sunset and enjoy the harbourside views of Hong Kong. The cruise is also one of the best places to enjoy an unobstructed view of the famous Symphony of Lights show. The Bauhinia Harbor cruise also serves up an extravagant buffet on board which features international cuisines. The enchanting evening is further enhanced with live music performances on the cruise.

    Location: North Point East Ferry Pier.

    Timings: 7.30 or 8 pm to 9.30 or 10 pm.

    Price: 260 Hong Kong Dollars per Occupancy.


    3) Victoria Harbor Cruise on a Luxury Yacht

    The Victoria Harbor Cruise is one of the luxury cruises in Hong Kong fashioned from a traditional junk boat. The interiors have been renovated and updated to add luxury and comfort to the boats. The cruise has several variants to choose from depending on how you want to spend the evening. You can choose from Pre Dinner Sunset cruises to a Harbor Night Cruise to take in the wonderful night-time splendour of the Hong Kong skyline. The Cruise serves a selection of beer, wine and other drinks on board for you to enjoy while cruising.

    Location: Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier No.4

    Timings: 6 pm to 10 pm.

    Price: 200 Hong Kong Dollars per person.


    4) Symphony of Lights Cruise

    The Symphony of Lights Cruise offers the best seat to enjoy one of the most spectacular laser light shows. The Symphony of the lights show is one of the largest permanent light show in the world. The 15-minute show has five themes and projected on 40 buildings. The cruise also takes you on a spectacular tour of the Kowloon Peninsula and the Victoria Harbor and serves drinks on board.

    Location: Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1 and Central Pier 9.

    Timings: 7.30 pm from Tsim Pier and 7.45 from Central Pier.

    Price: Starting from 300 Hong Kong Dollars.


    5) Aberdeen Night Cruise

    The Aberdeen Night Cruise is an amazing night time dinner cruise along the wonderful Aberdeen Harbor. Enjoy sipping on the unlimited drinks on board as you watch the mesmerizing and beautifully lit up skyline of Hong Kong. The tour also includes an eight-course delicious dinner spread at the Jumbo Floating Restaurant. The tour guide will give some insights into the history, culture and places to visit in Hong Kong. This is one of the best cruises in Hong Kong to enjoy the nightlife here.

    Location: Tsim Sha Tsui Public and Central Pier 9.

    Timings: 5.50 pm from Tsim Pier and 6.25 pm from Central Pier.

    Price: 700-800 Hong Kong Dollars per person.

  2. What can you not do on a cruise?

    1) Do not fly in on the day of the cruise: Cruises run on a very tight schedule and will certainly not wait for late-comers. It is always better to fly into your port of call a day earlier.

    2) Do not pick the wrong cruise or cabin: It is very important to pick the right cruise and the right kind of cabin to make sure that the cruise is an enjoyable and memorable one. Choose according to your personal requirements and preferences.

    3) Do not overpack: Make sure you pack to be comfortable and not unnecessarily pack the item that you will land up not using at all. This way you will also have more room to pack your shopping load on your way back.

    4) Pack basic essentials in your carry-on bag: Basic essentials in your carry-on bag will help you get settled down after boarding before the ship’s crew deliver your luggage to your cabin.

    5) Do not be rude to the crew: This may not sound very important but it is especially to the crew who spend endless hours catering to your wishes and demands.

    6) Do not keep your passport in your luggage: Make sure to carry your passport and other documents with you in your carry-on instead of your luggage. You will need to present your ID proof while boarding and this can be a tedious task if you have to rummage through your luggage looking for it.

  3. Which is the biggest star cruise ship?

    1) Symphony of the seas: This is the largest cruise ship in the worldoffering some of the most spectacular amenities and facilities onboard. The cruise has the tallest slide at sea.

    2) Harmony of the seas: The classic vessel of the Royal Caribbean, the cruise offers a seven-night stay from Barcelona to Civitavecchia. The cruise offers a spectacular range of services to make this cruise one of the most memorable Hong Kong cruises.

    3) Allure of the seas: This is the sister of Harmony of the Seas cruise. The cruise can accommodate 5400 passengers and they can enjoy onboard features such as movie theatre, ice skating rink, spa and fitness facilities and many other services.

    4) Oasis of the seas: This cruise was the first vessel in the Oasis class of the Royal Caribbean fleet. It was the largest ship in the fleet when it was introduced. It boasts of 16 passenger decks, various luxury suites with balconies, pool, surf simulators, and Zipline facilities.

    5) AIDA Nova: This is the first cruise to run on liquefied natural gas (LNG). The Ship features 17 restaurants, a spa and fitness centre, outdoor jacuzzis and many more facilities.

    6) MSC Meraviglia: The cruise ship features the latest innovation in customer-centric technology and features spectacular entertainment options.

    7) Quantum of the Seas: This cruise ship was the first of its class and features state-of-the-art technology in hospitality.

    8) Anthem of the Seas: This cruise ship is a sister vessel to the Quantum of the Seas and has the capacity to house 4905 passengers. The ship has a glass canopied solarium pool, a children’s aqua park known as H2O Zone and a rock-climbing wall.

    9) Ovation of the seas: A Quantum-class cruise ship in the Royal Carribean fleet and it features 16 passenger decks, a lounge with bar, ice skating rink and dance floor, whirlpools, a casino, and a poolside movie screen.

    10) Norwegian Bliss: The Norwegian Bliss is a wonderful cruise ship with the largest race track at sea. The ship features many amenities that are ideal to explore the Alaskan seas.

  4. From where the cruises depart in Hong Kong?

    Hong Kong cruises depart from Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and Ocean Terminal:

    1) Kai Tak Cruise Terminal: The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal used to be the Kai Tak Airport runway. This is a comparatively new cruise terminal and it has the best facilities in the world. IT was designed by Foster and Partners while keeping important eco-friendly measures in mind. Features such as recycled water for cooling purposes and power from renewable resources. The port can manage around 8400 passengers at a time. The structure is three storeys high and features a passenger and service area.

    This terminal is home to the largest rooftop gardens in Hong Kong. You can enjoy a spectacular view of the iconic Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. Getting to the Terminal is also quite convenient as it is easily accessible from any part of Hong Kong. You can use any form of public or private transportation to get here.


    2) Ocean Terminal:Ocean Terminal is a fabulous cruise terminal right in the centre of Hong Kong. It is located in Tsim Sha Tsui district of Hong Kong with several shopping and dining areas. The Ocean Terminal is part of a major shopping complex featuring 450 retail shops, 50 restaurants, movie theatres and hotels. The Terminal is accessible by all modes of public transport and there is a luggage handling area where you can leave your luggage. Inside the terminal, there is a cafe which has a good selection of food and refreshments. The waiting area can seat about 150 passengers at a time.

  5. What is the cheapest month to go on a cruise?

    The best time to explore Hong Kong cruises is between April to May and September. Cruising is one of the best things to do in Hong Kong. This place is a wonderful cornucopia of history, culture, mouthwatering cuisine, amazing shopping destinations and Hong Kong cruises are the best way to gather all these experiences. The best and cheapest month to go cruising in Hong Kong is during what is known as the shoulder months. The time right before and right after the peak seasons.

    Summers in Hong Kong are generally hot and humid and cruises are generally a great way to holiday during this time. Cruising companies generally consider summers as peak season as this is when kids have their summer holidays and families plan their holidays or cruises accordingly. However, the advantage of cruising in the low or shoulder season is great deals on prices and packages and fairly good weather to boot.

  6. Which cruise is the best from Hong Kong?

    1) World Dream: This is one of the best cruises from Hong Kong to explore Asian destinations. The most popular places along its routes are Phuket, Surabaya, North Bali, and more. The cruise has some world-class Virtual reality Labs to experience.

    2) Silver Shadow: This is a luxury cruise with 194 luxurious cabins, excellent dining options featuring Italian, French, Continental and Barbecued cuisines and 10 beautiful decks.

    3) Seabourn Ovation: This is one of the luxury cruises from Hong Kong. With a total of 302 cabins, the cruise offers fitness centre, spa retreat, excellent dining options and travels to exotic destinations in Asia as well as other continents.

    4) Star Legend: The cruise is managed by Windstar cruises, which is famous in almost 150 port cities and one of the best cruises from Hong Kong. The cruise offers music performances, library facilities, casino, WindSpa, fitness centres, and more onboard the ship.

    5) Celebrity Constellation: The 90940 ton, 2450 passenger carrier cruise is also known as Connie. The penthouse suite cabin is quite luxurious and offers amazing views. The cafés and bars are one of a kind with a variety of options. The band performs the famous Jazz music of the ’40s and ’50s.

    6) Diamond Princess: The cruise is built in Japan and is well suited for families. There are 1337 staterooms with 33 categories. The cruise offers a variety of Asian cuisines. In the night, bars have music and dance theme party.

    7) Queen Mary 2: The Queen Mary has been designed keeping in mind every kind of luxury for its passengers. It features modern sports and fitness centre, a high-end spa, a library over 8000 books, excellent dining options, lounges, and a planetarium.

    8) Oceania Nautica: Nautica is equipped with 351 cabins which cater to 800 passengers. The departure is from Singapore and Hong Kong to exotic destinations in Asia. It is suitable for kids, teens, and adults.

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We enjoyed the sail a lot and the view of the Hong Kong skyline from the boat is great
An excellent trip to watch Symphony of light from the comfort of view from the sea. The cruise is good to have view of entire landscape.
It has an excellent view of sea side and Sky scrappers of Hongkong . Very beautiful place.
Very nice experience. Thanks to Thrillophilia for a memorable experience. A must romantic activity for any age group.

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