A kaleidoscope of colour and culture, Hong Kong has so much to offer your students. Experience the contrast between the jaw-dropping urban skyline and the traditional Chinese architecture. Hong Kong is relatively compact yet has so much to keep your students busy.
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Stay at the fantastic YMCA Salisbury which is centrally located for easy access to all the city’s main attractions.
Met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day at leisure.
Start the day with an orientation tour of the city, including a visit to the Victoria Peak for a panoramic view of the stunning skyline of the harbour and a drive down to Stanley for a brief stop for some bargain hunting. In the afternoon, visit Aberdeen, a fishing village of Hong Kong, and a detour on sampan, where you will get a glimpse of the lives of the fishermen.
Morning visit to Diamond Cab, a new social venture providing point-to-point transport for wheelchair users. Have lunch at the Ginko House, a social enterprise restaurant, which only employs skilled senior citizens of the city. After lunch, transfer to Dialogue in the Dark, a unique exhibition that challenges all yours non- visual senses. Visit includes a slide show and seminar.
A day on Lantau Island, arriving there by the Tung Chung’s NP 360 cable car. Enjoy a Chinese lunch in the village before visiting Tai O, an authentic fishing village.
Visit Ocean Park - one of the biggest in Asia – on the southern side of Hong Kong Island. The theme park combines fun and education: enjoy the rides and also observe the marine mammals and Panda on the other island.
There may be just time for some last minute shopping before your transfer to the airport for your return flight.
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