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Explore Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong on Aqualuna a Chinese Junk Boat

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A Chinese junk boat, aqualuna, is launching a ‘Harbour Discovery Tour’ providing visitors with a memorable way to explore Victoria Harbour and its must-see sights whilst soaking in Hong Kong’s stunning skyline.

 The tour runs from 12 pm to 5 pm each Tuesday and Friday, picking up and dropping off passengers every 15 minutes at four key spots: Tsim Sha Tsui (TST), Central, Wanchai and Hung Hom.

Passengers buy a Day Pass (HK$100 adults / HK$80 children), which allows them to stay on the junk for as long as they want, and hop on and hop off to see the sights as many times as desired.

To help visitors get the most from the tour, aqualuna provides a ‘Harbour Discovery Tour’ guidebook with hints and tips on what to see and the must-sights in and around the area. Included in the book are coupons with tempting offers for lunch and tea at Aqua Restaurant Group’s famous restaurants, including Hullett House, Aqua, Hutong and Armani/Aqua.

The aqualuna ‘Harbour Discovery Tour’ cruise starts on 3July 2012 and runs every Tuesday and Friday with stops at Tsim Sha Tsui Pier 1 in front of the Cultural Centre, Pier 9 in Central next to Star Ferry, Wanchai’s Convention and Exhibition Centre and Hung Hom public pier.

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