One of the best ways for tourists to see Hong
Kong is on board a traditional red-sail Chinese junk boat. Now aqua luna
is launching four new Day Cruises that allow visitors to do just
that - experience Hong Kong on a Chinese junk.
Starting next week, on July 27th, aqua luna’s four Day Cruises will take
passengers to places in Hong Kong that
only a few get to see:
Typhoon Shelter: Every Monday,
aqua luna takes guests on a three and a half hours journey to
Aberdeen to show you what it calls some of the best-kept secrets of Hong Kong’s
fascinating marine life.
Cheung Chau Island:
Visit one of Hong Kong’s 235 outlying islands. Every Wednesday, aqua luna takes
a 6 hour adventure to Cheung Chau - a unique world packed with its
own culture and traditions.
Temple of the Sea – Joss
House Bay: Standing guard at the eastern entrance of Hong
Kong’s Victoria Harbour in Joss House Bay is Hong Kong’s oldest
and largest Tin Hau temple dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea.
Every Thursday, aqua luna takes guests on a three and a half hours
trip to search out this magnificent temple and the treasures that
lie en route.
Stanley Village and Market: Stanley
village on the south side of Hong Kong island is a favourite
destination for visitors and locals alike. Shop at Stanley’s
colourful market, have lunch at its bustling waterfront cafes,
visit the Chinese Tin Hau Temple and enjoy the grandeur of
colonial Murray House. Every Saturday and Sunday, aqua luna takes
guests on a 75 minutes cruise of Hong Kong island to show
delights of Stanley.
Prices range from HK$290 to HK$380
per person depending on the cruise. Children’s prices are
available. A light Dim Sum lunch is included in the ‘Life on the
Sea’ and ‘Temple of the Sea’ cruises.
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