The dazzling city of Hong Kong has been the meeting place of the East and the West for decades, its culture defined by a rich blend of Chinese and colonial history. The Big Bus Hong Kong Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour covers the major Hong Kong attractions. Plan your own Hong Kong tour and choose any one of the three routes the buses take. Your Hong Kong hop-on, hop-off ticket is valid for 1 day.
Eat at the famous restaurants of Lan Kwai Fong, ogle at the skyscrapers touching the city’s skyline in the central business district, pray at the famous Man Mo Temple, and shop till you drop at Stanley Market. The comprehensive Big Bus Hong Kong Hop-On, Hop-Off Day tour is designed to meet all your needs and tick off the many locations on your sightseeing checklist.
With your Hong Kong Hop-On, Hop-Off ticket, you will also enjoy other value-added activities, including a Fast-Track Peak Tram Sky Pass or admission to Sky100 Observation Deck, a Sampan ride and return ticket to Star Ferry.
On the open-topped double decker bus, audio-commentary is offered in 10 languages - Putonghua (Mandarin), Cantonese, English, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russia.
Your hop-on, hop-off ticket is valid for 1 calendar day.Start time
Hong Kong Island Route (Red Route): First departure at 9am and last at 6pm, every 30 mins. Full Loop takes 90 minutes.
Kowloon Route (Blue Route): First departure at 10am and last at 6pm, every 45mins. Full Loop takes 75 minutes.
Stanley Route (Green Route): First departure at 9.45am and last at 4.45pm, every 30mins. Full Loop takes 90 minutes.
Timings are subject to change as per traffic conditions.
Redeem your voucher at either of the below locations and then you may board the bus at any of the designated stops.
Big Bus Tours Information Center (Shop i2, 1/F, Central Star Ferry Pier 7) Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade (coach area at the end of the Avenue of Stars, next to Starbucks)
Big Bus Counter (80M Bus Model Shop, Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier) Peak Tram Lower Terminus (opposite main entrance)
You may get off at any of the designated stops
Take this Hong Kong Hop-On, Hop-Off tour and explore the part of Hong Kong that interest you. The hop-on, hop-off buses operate across three different routes, allowing you to choose a route that suits your sightseeing preferences, you may choose any one of the routes.
The three hop-on, hop-off routes cover three main parts of the city – Hong Kong Island (Red route), Kowloon (Blue Route) and Stanley Market (Green Route). Some of the major attractions covered in each route are as follows:
Hong Kong Island Tour (Red Route):
• Central Star Ferry Pier 7 • Peak Tram
• Causeway Bay
• Man Mo Temple
Kowloon Tour (Blue Route):
• The Peninsula
• Langham Place Mall
• Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
Aberdeen & Stanley Tour (Green Route):
• Ocean Park
• Repulse Bay
• Stanley Market
Along with your hop-on, hop-off ticket, you may also choose between a Skip-the-line Peak Tram Sky Pass, that gives you access to a funicular railway, which will carry you to the upper levels of Hong Kong Island; or, admission to Sky100 Observation Deck that overlooks the Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula.
In addition, you will also enjoy a Sampan ride around Aberdeen Harbour, a free return journey on the Star Ferry. You will also get a rewards voucher with exciting deals and discounts. That's not all! You will also enjoy FREE WiFi on all the buses.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Your Hop-On, Hop-Off ticket is valid for the date purchased. Your ticket is valid for 1 day from first use.
The best was the ferry ride across Kowloon Bay and the recorded commentary on Hong Kong was spot on....lucille heathorn, United States, 20/Nov/2016
Did everything expected of this kind of thing. We were too busy for the sampan ride but the cable car ride was good. We used the bus trip as an "overall" orientation and it...Howard Duncan, New Zealand, 12/Sep/2017