Our hop-on, hop-off Hong Kong Sightseeing Tour reveals the city’s rich blend of Chinese and Colonial history and offers perfectly designed routes, taking you to all the best Hong Kong landmarks and attractions.

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3 Routes

Our 3 Hong Kong Sightseeing Routes

Our 3 Hong Kong bus tour routes are carefully designed to take you to all of Hong Kong’s famous landmarks, from Nathan Road and Stanley Market to Lan Kwai Fong and the Man Mo Temple. You'll discover more of Hong Kong's most iconic landmarks on board with Big Bus Tours.

Our Routes

Hop-on and hop-off at over 20 conveniently located bus stops to visit top Hong Kong tourist attractions, including Man Mo Temple, The Peak, the Garden of Stars and Sky100 Observation Deck. We offer three different tour routes that travel to Kowloon, Stanley and Hong Kong Island.

  • Repulse Bay
  • Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
  • Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum
  • Museum of Art
  • Cultural Centre
  • DFS Galleria
  • Murray House
  • Peak Circle Walk
  • The Fringe Club
  • Space Museum
  • Museum of History
  • Central - Mid- Levels Escalator
  • Museum of Science
  • The Peak Tower/Sky Terrace 428
  • Madame Tussauds
  • Ocean Park
  • The Garden of Stars
  • Sampan Ride
  • The Peak Tram
  • Hong Kong Maritime Museum
  • Star Ferry
  • Stanley
  • Golden Bauhinia Square
  • Man Mo Temple
  • International Finance Centre (IFC)
  • Clock Tower
  • Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
  • Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
  • Queen’s Road
  • Victoria Park
  • The Peninsula
  • Tin Hau Temple
  • 1881 Heritage
  • St John’s Cathedral
  • The Peak
  • Aberdeen
  • Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck
  • Stanley Market
  • Ladies’ Market
  • Hollywood Road and Upper Lascar Row (Cat Street)
  • Temple Street Night Market
  • SoHo
  • iSquare
  • Canton Road
  • Fa Yuen Street (Sports Wear Street)
  • Harbour City
  • Times Square Shopping Centre, Causeway Bay
  • Sogo, Causeway Bay
  • Fashion Walk
  • Jade Market and Jade Street
  • Lan Kwai Fong
  • Jumbo Kingdom