Rise up in the wee hours of the morning and gather with fellow travellers at Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry Pier. The tour begins with a sightseeing boat voyage to several of Stanley’s tourist attractions, including the Victorian-era Murray House and Po Toi Islands. Murray House is one of the oldest surviving public buildings in Hong Kong, and was originally built as a barracks during British governance in the 1800’s. The unique rock formations of Po Toi Islands and open-air seafood restaurants often attract tourists to the vicinity, as well as a pre-war lighthouse.
8.45am: meet up at Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry Pier
Sightseeing boat voyage
Po Toi Islands
Meal: on-board buffet on boat
Visit the Victorian-era Murray House and admire the interesting rock formations of Po Toi Islands.