Hong Kong Women Tour: Shopping & Street Eats
The 4-day private trip of Hong Kong aims to give women travelers an exciting and well-rounded experience of Hong Kong’s culture and cuisine, and understand Hong Kong through women’s perspective as you travel with a female local guide. Indulge in this shopping paradise, while discover various local dishes, breakfasts, snacks and drinks through the many high-rises, ornately decorated restaurants as well as the winding alleyways, night markets and unknown back streets.
Best for: Women Traveler
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Destination: Hong Kong
Travel Style: Private guided tour - Flexible & Free to customize
• Visit must-see Hong Kong landmarks incl. Victoria Peak, Avenue of Star
• Wonderful experience in shopping paradise
• Crazy foodie experience for local snacks and dishes
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Upon arrival, your local guide will meet you at the airport or train station, and then transfer you to hotel for check in. Your guide will help with check-in procedures. (Female guide and driver are available if required). The rest of day is for your own exploration.
Suggestions for Your Leisure Time
- Victoria Harbour (Victoria Bay): A natural landform located between the beautiful Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. It is the largest harbor in China and famous for its stunning panoramic views. Trip aboard ferry at night is a great way to appreciate the splendid night view. (MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit F. Or Central Station, Exit D)
- Avenue of Stars: Located on the east area of Tsim Sha Tsui, the Avenue of Stars has more than a hundred celebrity handprints, such as Jackie Chan and Andy Lay, these will take you on a dazzling "journey to the stars". Walking along the Avenue of Stars, you can enjoy the stunning night view on the other side of Victoria Harbour. (MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit J or Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai to Tsim Sha Tsui)
- Temple Street Night Market: It's the liveliest and largest night market in Hong Kong. Women worldwide like foods. Here variety of goods can be found at different stalls at the night market, including clothes, electrical goods, Jades, Children's stuffs, and everything that you may need. (MTR Yan Ma Tei Station, Exit C, turn onto Temple Street at Man Ming Lane. Or MR Jordan Station, Exit A, turn right onto Jordan Road and then take another right onto Temple Street.)
In the morning, your guide will greet you at hotel and escort you to take public transportation to Central area. Taking the TRAM for a few stop to dry seafood market in Sheung Wan, you will be impressed by tones of dry abalone and shark fin which are the traditional deluxe material for Chinese banquet.
Then have a leisure walk to Avenue of Stars and Soho area. The Mid-level escalator, old pharmacy and traditional herbal tea shops are in your eyes. Later our local guide will take you to the oldest Mosque in Hong Kong that is normally not open to tourist.
Afternoon take Star Ferry to Kowloon, walk along Nathan Road which is the oldest and most important road in Kowloon, and then take Taxi to Yau Ma Tei and Mongkok, Enjoy some street food (e.g. egg tart, fish ball, Deep fried chicken, etc.) and have a stroll at ladies market.
At last we will go to visit Tin Hau Temple, which is the largest and oldest Tin Hau Temple in Hong Kong. End the tour and we take public transportation back to Hotel.
After breakfast, transfer to visit the Victoria Peak on the western half of Hong Kong Island. Then transfer to Repulse Bay, located in the southern part of Hong Kong Island. The origins of the bay's English name have become extremely obscure. Then visit the Aberdeen Fishing Village, where a large number of people (about 6000) who lived and worked on the junks moored there. The next stop is the Stanley Market, located in the charming village of Stanley. Many of the stalls or shops in Stanley Market sell Hong Kong souvenirs as well as clothing. The rest of the day is for your own exploration and shopping. Hong Kong is a paradise for women, as it is one of world’s best destinations for shopping.
Recommendation places for your afternoon shopping:
- Harbour City - Here you’ll find Bollywood-themed memorabilia, Shanghainese tailors for tailor making women’s cheongsam, sweet-talking restaurant touts, gorgeous gems and jewelry, flashy cameras, international brand name stores and Asian street label boutiques.
MTR to Harbour City:
Exit A1 Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, a 5-minute walk along Haiphong Road
Exit L5 East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, a 5-minute walk along Peking Road
- Austin Station, a 10-minute walk along Canton Road
- Causeway Bay: It is a true microcosm of Hong Kong’s shopping scene, with up-market fashion to be found in Lee Garden One – Six , Hysan Place, Lee Theatre, Times Square and Fashion Walk, mid-price and luxury goods in SOGO Department Store and wtc more, affordable youth women fashion boutiques in the warren of shops that make up the Island Beverly Centre, and bargains galore at the chaotic Jardine’s Crescent street market.
- Central Area: Along Hollywood Road and south of it in SoHo (where its name comes from) the shopping experience turns more boutique-style, although that doesn’t necessarily mean cheap! Things are equally as exclusive here, where antiques shops, art galleries, fashion boutiques and chic eateries cater to a cosmopolitan clientele (sometimes even with bodyguards in tow). At night, the area transforms as it begins to throb to the beat of its vibrant nightlife.
According to your flight or rail schedule, transfer to airport or rail station on time. End of your 4 days Hong Kong holiday.
Tips for shopping and dining in and around Hong Kong Airport:
- Hong Kong International Airport is one of the world’s best airports. There are numerous duty-free shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities, which are also great places for women travelers to shop. If you are looking for some places to kill couple of hours before boarding the plane, it is also a great place. Official website: https://www.hongkongairport.com/en/shop-dine/
- If you would like to take limited time to shop or taste delicious food near the Airport, there are two places that suit your needs:
Citygate Outlets: Citygate Outlets is the largest outlet mall in Hong Kong, Discounts usually starts from 30% to 70% off the original price. Citygate Outlets owns some nice restaurants and a food court, you could also choose to have some local delicious and enjoy relaxed time at the outdoor plaza. It can be reached by bus S1, S52P and S64, which only takes about 10mins. Official website: https://www.citygateoutlets.com.hk/
Maritime Square: Maritime Square is the first shopping mall with ocean theme in Hong Kong. With hundreds of shops and restaurants, Maritime Square is a good place to roam around and spend your time for last minutes shopping. You can take Airport Express and get off at Tsing Yi Railway Station, which only takes 35mins. Official website: https://www.maritimesquare.com/