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Hong Kong Bus Tour: Hop-on Hop-off bus options

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Experience the incredible diversity of Hong Kong on any of these Hop-on Hop-off bus tour options. Discover the incredible panoramic views of the bright city lights and fast-paced hustle and bustle of the city center, contrasting the peaceful bays and famed peaks.

The Hong Kong hop-on-hop-off bus tour has 3 different route options to choose from. Each takes you on a journey of new perspectives of the city.

Choose to hop-off at any of the stops along the route. Explore the city sites on your own time with the help of the Hong Kong map that will be provided for your own explorations.

Discover Hong Kong at your own pace with either a Classic, Premium or Deluxe ticket. These navigate 3 different routes on the hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus. Enjoy the choice of audio commentary in 10 different languages along the way.

Know before you book:

  • Children under the age of 3 ride for free
  • The hop-on-hop-off pass must be used over consecutive days
  • The experience requires good weather and may be canceled due to weather conditions
  • The peak tram will be renovated from April 23, 2019 until further notice
  • The hop-on-hop-off pass must be used over consecutive days
  • The Green and Red Route skip the Peak Tram Lower Terminus Station
  • The Peak Tram ticket will be replaced with a Sky100 Observatory Deck ticket
  • The tour lasts either 24 or 48 hours from your first ride
  • You can change between the Rad and Green routes

Highlights:

  • Explore the city on an open-top double-decked Hong Kong sightseeing bus
  • Choose from 3 different routes with a 24 or 48 hour ticket
  • Audio commentary available in 10 languages
  • Explore Man Mo Temple, Stanley Market, Hong Kong Cultural Center
  • Choose to ride a Sampan around Victoria Harbour
  • Audio commentary available in 10 languages
  • Includes a one-way Star Ferry ticket and a round-trip tram ride to Victoria Peak
  • Enjoy a free night bus tour with the Deluxe 2-day ticket

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Enjoy top Hong Kong landmarks from the open-top sightseeing buses with different tour routes that reveal the city’s iconic places, and the freedom to explore at your own pace.

Check out the Man Mo Temple, the famed Stanley Market or the fishing village of Aberdeen. As well as other captivating Hong Kong landmarks as you discover what this incredible city has to offer. Choose from a 24- or 48-hour ticket that grants you access to the 3 different Big Bus Hong Kong travel route options.

The Hong Kong tour buses are by far the most flexible and convenient way to experience sightseeing in Hong Kong. Choose to add additional elements to your Hong Kong sightseeing bus tour such as a traditional Sampan ride or ferry across the Victoria Harbour.

Depending on which ticket you purchase, you may also receive a complimentary ride on the Peak tram or admission to the Sky100 observation deck.

This tour is a great way to experience the city using your Hong Kong map to guide you to all the historical sites at your own choosing. You will receive a map of the bus route to help you to plan your journey and make the most of your sightseeing Hong Kong bus tour.

Big Bus Hong Kong Ticket Prices 2019

The price for the Hong Kong bus tours start from $55 and vary depending on which route you choose and whether you purchase a 24 or 48-hour ticket.

Compare prices across the ticket providers below:

Hong Kong sightseeing bus Times

● Buses depart daily from Central Star Ferry Pier 7 from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM and Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade from 9:45 AM to 4:45 PM
● Buses run every 30 minutes on the Hong Kong Island Tour (Red Route) and Aberdeen and Stanley Tour (Green Route) and every 45 minutes on the Kowloon Tour (Blue Route)

Best time to go on a Hong Kong bus tour

The tour requires good weather, and so it’s best to plan your trip for when there is no rain expected, and the conditions allow for you to explore the sites and landmarks comfortably.

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Hop-on-hop-off Hong Kong Route Options

There are 3 different bus route options to choose from. These each stop at different Hong Kong landmarks and follow the following routes:

Hong Kong Island Tour – Red Route

• Central Star Ferry Pier 7
• Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center
• Causeway Bay-Sogo
• Park Lane Hotel
• Wan Chai Computer Center
• Peak Tram Lower Terminus
• Mid-Levels Escalator
• Lan Kwai Fong & Soho

Stanley & Aberdeen Tour – Green Route

• Central Star Ferry Pier 7
• Peak Tram Lower Terminus
• Ocean Park
• Repulse Bay
• Stanley
• Aberdeen

Kowloon Tour – Blue Route

• Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
• The Peninsula
• Langham Place
• Temple Street
• Sky100
• Hankow Road
• Mody Road

The Night Tour

The hour-long Night Tour takes you along the bustling Kowloon side of Hong Kong and through the neon-lit Nathan Road, as well as the best night markets, and the waterfront to take in the fantastic illuminated skyline views. Note that this night tour isn’t hop-on-hop-off.
This tour departs at 6:15 pm at the Central Star Ferry Pier or 7:00 pm by the Peninsula Office Tower.

Each tour offers its own unique sites and perspectives. Since there is so much to see in this vast and contrasting city, you could spend far longer exploring the Hong Hong landmarks on any of these sightseeing tours.

What we liked: Great for if you want the freedom to explore on your own time
INCLUDES:
  • Hop-on, hop-off tours for all 3 routes
  • Audio commentary in 10 Languages on all routes
  • One Return Star Ferry Trip
  • Wi-Fi on-board

EXCLUDES:
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Gratuities
  • Admission fees
  • Food and drinks

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Big Bus Hong Kong Classic Ticket

The classic tour is best suited to those looking for a 24-hour pass to experience their favorite sites and landmarks in Hong Kong

INCLUDES:
  • Ticket valid for 24-hours
  • Options to hop off at any of the stops along the route

EXCLUDES:
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Gratuities
  • Admission fees
  • Food and drinks

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Big Bus Hong Kong Premium Ticket

The premium tour is best suited to those looking for a 48-hour pass to experience their favorite sites and landmarks in Hong Kong with a couple of added bonuses

INCLUDES:
  • Ticket valid for 48-hours
  • Options to hop off at any of the stops along the route
  • Choice of a Peak Tram Sky Pass or sky100 entry ticket

EXCLUDES:
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Gratuities
  • Admission fees
  • Food and drinks

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Big Bus Hong Kong Deluxe Ticket

The deluxe tour is best suited to those looking for a 48-hour pass to experience their favorite sites and landmarks in Hong Kong with lots of added bonuses.

INCLUDES:
  • Ticket valid for 48-hours
  • Options to hop off at any of the stops along the route
  • Choice of a Peak Tram Sky Pass or sky100 entry ticket
  • Sampan ride in Aberdeen
  • 1-hour Kowloon panoramic tour
  • 2.5-hour Central SoHo and Sheung Wan Walking Tour with local food and drinks

EXCLUDES:
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Gratuities
  • Admission fees
  • Food and drinks

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7.8Expert Score
The Hong Kong hop-on-hop-off offers an incredible way to see the city with the freedom to move around the landmarks and sites at your own pace. The buses include commentary in different languages, providing information along the way, while you make use of your map of the bus route and Hong Kong map to navigate your way around.
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Value for money
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PROS
  • Freedom to explore at your own pace
  • Choice of different routes with different landmarks
  • Commentary available in 10 different languages
CONS
  • May be confusing to navigate
  • Meals not included
  • Some landmarks may not be wheelchair accessible

16 reviews for Hong Kong Bus Tour: Hop-on Hop-off bus options

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  1. Anonymous

    Good tour, but would be better if there was more information presented when on bus, there were times of just listening to music for a few blocks at a time, which is nice, but I can listen to my own music any time. Also though schedule says 20-30 mins intervals between busses, we waited for out first one a solid 45-50 mins and just about gave up. We did all 3 routes, the green line was our favourite.

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  2. Anonymous

    There are three different routes, identified by colour. All three are great. Be sure to start early on the green route, because it goes way out of the city… when you spend too much time wandering,make sure that you’re on time to catch the last return bus, or else you got to find your own transport back! Before you buy all three, make sure you allocate time at least one day for each route to see everything. You don’t want to rush from one stop to another. After you get down at a place of interest, you got to wait to hop on the next bus. Make note of the time of last stop and time it way before that time if you want to get back to original stop. Whatever you do in Hongkong, don’t miss this.

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  3. Anonymous

    Excellent way to see Hong Kong

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  4. Anonymous

    Most folks stayed ON the bus with a few selected places to get off. Information was interesting, and well done. Would have liked more information provided. I did all three lines in a day – without pushing … A good intro to the city.

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  5. Anonymous

    Big Bus staff at major joining points very helpful. The 30 minute minimum time between buses seems a bit long when you have just missed one. The night tour not really worth the trouble to do. Sampan ride and boat ride on harbour very good.

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  6. Anonymous

    The worse bus experience ever ! The drivers move off at speed before children and elderly are safely seated and move at such a pace that sightseeing is blurred and rushed. The beginning of the day is delayed because staff arrive not allowing sufficient time for the ticketing of those without vouchers to be dealt with before the scheduled leaving time. The best part of the 2 day ticket is the non bus excursions

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  7. Anonymous

    Great value , 3 routes , red star ferry, Sanpam boat, Victoria peak, well worth it great way to get overview of hong kong

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  8. Anonymous

    Make sure you buy the 2 or 3 days ticket. My favorite is the green line. The route will take you to the back side of the Hong Kong Island, where you can enjoy the seaview and even go to the beaches there. The red and blue routes will take you to the Kowloon area and the busy shopping district of Hong Kong. Make sure you visit Hong Kong on a sunny day to enjoy the top deck.

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  9. Anonymous

    Went on the Big Bus hop on hop off tours we got the one day pass which was enough for us. We did all three tour routes they were all great. Plenty of information along the way via the complimentary ear phones. All the staff we encountered were very friendly and always helpful. Well worth your time to do it.

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  10. Anonymous

    Two thumbs up for klook 👍👍🖕 another awesome experience for our group book thru klook last year. Thank you so much for making my birthday a memorable one. You never failed me klook every time i purchased. Till next time klook and more power. Book at klook its all worth it and hustle free and smooth transactions. 🇵🇭#chetravels✈️

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  11. Anonymous

    I totally love this promo from Klook! Aside from the fact that it’s very convenient to claim the physical tickets, we were able to skip long lines given that it was Chinese New Year. We’re totally lucky to purchase a buy one take one passes for this activity from their 2018 anniversary! It was really a steal. The overall activity was great. Klook had made us independent in travelling all by ourselves in foreign land. We were able to enjoy the view and activities at the peak without time constraints. I definitely recommend this sweet deal from Klook!😉

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  12. Anonymous

    At first we thought there was an office and that we need to go inside for the ticket but it turns out there was just a man waiting for us at the corner of the street. did not have any problems redeeming the tickets. the ride was a bit fast though. could have been great if the ride is a bit slower.

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  13. Anonymous

    We hop into the redline because we also have the peak tram ticket with the big bus tour but it was under renovation for three months so they changed it to sky 100 pass instead. It was a good route but I hear the other route is better. Just make sure to catch the first bjs in the morning for you to be able to hop off to all the destinations. Bus were on time and sometimes too early. It was still a good experience. So we had a stop at the temple and at the sky 100. The bus top was a good place to sit but it rained after we got off at the temple but there was a lot of space inside so still good. they also provided a rain coat and headset.

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  14. Anonymous

    Amazing experience using this Hop-On Hop-Off tour in Hong Kong. They offer 22 spots to enjoy while we’re in HK. We managed to visit 12 spots (including the Ferry Terminal) and ride the ferry 3 times! And also, we managed to visit Victoria Peak using shuttle bus. Too bad the tram service was unavailable at the moment due to maintenance by the gov. Overall, it’s pretty amazing!!

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  15. Alison – United Kingdom

    Best way to see Hong Kong 3 separate routes – the green line offered an amazing and unexpected little gem of a trip to the south side of HK Island – Repulse Bay and Stanley are totally different from mainstream HK. Quiet, beautiful locations, well worth the trip. The tram and panorama were good but on a cloudy day not particularly impressive. Good day’s tour and worth every penny.

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  16. Susan – Australia

    A great way to see all HongKong Island and Kowloon had to offer! Went with a friend and booked from Australia. All went very smoothly. Staff friendly. A great way to see both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon . Hopping on and off gave us flexibility of how much time we spent at each stop. Would definitely recommend this for those just arriving for their first time in Hong Kong.

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