Example Itinerary

Unseen Hong Kong

5 days / 4 nights
Price Per Person
Hong Kong

There is so much more to Hong Kong than its skyscrapers and luxury shopping. Explore a different side of Hong Kong - a more traditional, scenic, and exotic land than you might have expected. You’ll visit the largest bronze sitting Buddha in the world atop Lantau Island, the new territories with their picturesque scenery, Wetland Park with its array of flora and fauna, and Lamma Island with its lush, tropical surroundings. See Hong Kong like you’ve never seen it before on this exciting four-day tour of its rural remote lands.

This itinerary is an example. It’s designed to inspire you and provide you with thoughtfully curated ideas. You can choose to do this exact itinerary or completely personalize it. All trips are 100% bespoke.


  • Wetland Park: Not just an ordinary park, Hong Kong Wetland Park is a world-class education and conservation facility with sharp focus on protecting the exotic ecosystem and its wildlife.
  • Lamma Island: The third largest of the outlying islands offers rustic fishing villages and coastal scenery, walking and hiking trails, and decadent seafood restaurants.
  • Walled Village: The walled villages were built as protection against the threat of pirate attacks, the largest of which is Kat Hing Wai which has a moat, iron gates, cannon towers, and granite walls over five meters thick.


Day 1

Lantau Island

You’ll be picked up from your hotel this morning, and transferred to Tung Chung new town, once a major defense stronghold against pirates during the Ming and Qing dynasties. From here, you’ll take the Ngong Ping cable car, which will whisk you to the Lantau peak area. Stroll around the village and enjoy a delicious vegetarian lunch. In the afternoon, marvel at the largest bronze sitting Buddha in the world, and visit Po Lin Monastery. Drive to Tai O fishing village, also known as the Venice of the East for its houses held up by stilts. Return to Tung Chung and you’ll be escorted back to your hotel, where you may relax for the evening.

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Why We Love This Hotel

Perfect Views: The Rosewood Hong Kong is in a prime location, offering views of The Peak, Victoria Harbor, and Kowloon. Choose a room based on your view preference, or take a trip up to the 40th floor and the Manor Club, for wraparound panoramas of all angles.

Pampered Pets: A rarity for luxury hotels in Hong Kong, the Rosewood is pet-friendly and ideal if you're traveling with a furry friend. Special pet services include welcome treats, a sumptuous bed, recommendations of local pet-friendly bars and restaurants, as well as an in-house pet menu by Director of Culinary Operations, Chef Sandro Gamba.

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Rosewood Hong Kong Preferred Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel

History: Andre Fu's design showcases the works of some of Asia's best contemporary and ageless artists.

Service: Guests are provided round-the-clock service with a focus on efficiency and sustainability that begins with paperless check-in.

Location: Located above Pacific Place on the Queensway, Upper House is convenient to Admiralty MRT station and offers spectacular views of Victoria Harbor.

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The Upper House Preferred Hotel

Day 2

New Territories

Today you’ll be exploring Hong Kong’s new territories, which make up the vast majority of the country (over 85%). The drive will take you to Lam Tsuen village, to see the Wishing Tree, upon which local villagers toss joss paper in hopes of making their dreams come true. Next, you’ll head to Tai Mo Shan, where you’ll visit the Kat Hing Wai Walled Village. As you continue your drive along this scenic road, you’ll be treated to panoramas of China’s Shenzhen. After a full day of exploring the most fascinating parts of the new territories, head back to your luxury Hong Kong hotel for the night.


Day 3


Enjoy a fascinating, educational experience this morning at Hong Kong’s Wetland Park. This world-class eco-tourism facility showcases Hong Kong’s diverse eco-system. Its interactive area contains a slew of fun exhibits, from themed exhibition galleries, a theatre, an indoor play area, and more. After lunch, you’ll head to Kowloon, where you can visit its must-see spots, from the elegant Chi Lin Monastery, to the bird and flower markets, and of course, Tsim Sha Tsui’s Avenue of the Stars. See if you can spot Bruce Lee!

Day 4

Lamma Island

For your final day of your Wild Hong Kong journey, you’ll be escorted from your hotel to the outlying ferry pier, where you’ll take a slow ferry to Yung Shue Wan. Upon arrival at Lamma’s main tourist center, you’ll hike for an hour and a half to Sok Kwu Wan, enjoying lovely views of Hong Kong’s south islands and the breathing in the scent of lush nature that surrounds. Enjoy a fresh, delicious seafood lunch once arrived. With your belly full, take the fast ferry back to Central, from where you may either enjoy some shopping in downtown Hong Kong, or head straight back to your hotel ahead of tomorrow’s departure.


Day 5


Depart for your next destination.

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