Experience the very best of Hong Kong's stunning harbor and surrounding neighborhoods – Central, Wan Chai, Hung Hom and Tsim Sha Tsui – aboard one of the city's last remaining traditional Chinese junk boats! The cruise's hourly circuit means you can hop on and hop off wherever, whenever you please, while the minimal commuter traffic on the water lets you explore Hong Kong's popular sights a more easygoing way!
- Embark on one of the city’s last traditional Chinese junk boats with unlimited ride and drop-off at any pier
- Savor a refreshing drink as the sun sets, and lights begin to illuminate the beautiful buildings of the city
- Watch the world's largest light and sound show ‘Symphony of Lights’ with your family and friends
- Different departure times and piers available, whichever will suit your schedule best
- This sunset cruise in Victoria Harbour will have you intimately enjoy the beautiful and historical sights of Hong Kong
- Enjoy some of the other AquaLuna activities: AquaLuna Harbor Night Tour, AquaLuna Stanley Cruise, AquaLuna Dim Sum Cruise and AquaLuna Symphony of Lights Cruise!
- Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1: 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm, 4:00pm
- Central Pier 9: 12:10pm, 1:10pm, 2:10pm, 3:10pm, 4:10pm
- Wan Chai Ferry Pier: 12:20pm, 1:20pm, 2:20pm, 3:20pm, 4:20pm
- Hung Hom Ferry Pier: 12:40pm, 1:40pm, 2:40pm, 3:40pm, 4:40pm
- Sailing concludes at 5:00pm in Tsim Sha Tsui
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Stanley Cruise: 241 HKD
Dim Sum Cruise: 349 HKD
Night Cruise: 188 HKD
Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1, Central Pier 9, Wan Chai Ferry Pier,Hung Hom Ferry Pier,
How to get there?
Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier No.1:
- Tsim Sha Tsui MTR 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:
- By 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)