Fly, Stay & Cruise from Hong Kong to Singapore
Discover a world of beauty, as you sail from the jewel-like glow of Hong Kong's serrated skyline, to the rich paint palette of the Philippines' most spectacular coral reefs, and...
19 Nov 2018
Asian Arc & Australia from Singapore to Sydney
38 night cruise sailing from Singapore Marina Bay aboard the Seabourn Sojourn. Visit Laem Chabang, Ko Kood, Sihanoukville, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong Ocean Terminal, Hundred Is...
22 Mar 2020
Africa & the Asian Arc Capetown to Sydney Cruise
77 night cruise sailing from Cape Town aboard the Seabourn Sojourn. Visit Durban, Richard's Bay, Zanzibar, Mombasa, Victoria, Seychelles, Praslin Islands, Male, Colombo, Sri Lan...
12 Feb 2020
Tracing the Equator from Miami to Sydney
116 night cruise sailing from Miami aboard the Seabourn Sojourn. Visit Key West, Cartagena, Colombia, Oranjestad, Aruba, Kralendijk,Bonaire, Saline Bay, Mayreau, St. Vincent and...
4 Jan 2020
Hong Kong Food Trail
Experience Hong Kong one bite at a time. The food scene in this frenzied city rivals almost everywhere on earth, with Michelin stars, rooftop bars...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 30 April - 18 July, 22 July - 15 August, 19 August - 11 September, 18 November - 21 December 2018
Hong Kong is a city state found on the south coast of China. The state covers Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and over 200 surrounding islands. The territory is one of the most densely populated places in the world and is home to a rich culture. The city of Hong Kong is a major international business hub famous for its impressive skyline and bustling harbour.
Hong Kong cruises disembark at Victoria Harbour, located near the CBD.
Sights to See
A good place to start your Hong Kong adventure is with a stroll along Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade overlooking the harbour. Once you've taken in the sights head into the thick of the city and ride the world's longest outdoor covered escalator. Within the city you'll find streets packed with people and places to shop - some of the best shops can be found within the popular Tsimshatsui complex in Kowloon. To escape the crowds and witness Hong Kong's more peaceful side, take refuge in a traditional tea house or visit Man Mo Temple, Hong Kong's oldest Chinese temple. Want to see it all? Take a tour of Hong Kong…
What's for Lunch
With so many delicious meals to try, you could easily end up eating all day in Hong Kong. For an authentic lunch, order a seafood dish from one of the stalls at Glutton's Bay open-air food court.
If you see only one thing...
See Hong Kong from the highest point by taking the iconic tram to The Peak for exceptional city views.
The shopping in Hong Kong is world famous so start practicing the phrase Gay door Chin? Which translates to 'how much is it?'
Hong Kong is the world's largest exporter of toys so pick up an amusing, weird or wonderful trinket at one of the major toy stores.