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Big Bus Hong Kong Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Highlights
  • Hop-on hop-off tour gives a comprehensive overview, great for first-timers
  • Three bus routes cover all of Hong Kong's diverse, spread-out attractions
  • Customize your experience with flexible ticket choices and optional upgrades
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Big Bus Hong Kong Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
From US$52.50
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24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off PassMost Popular
Including 24-Hour bus ticket, Choice of Peak Tram Sky Pass
From US$52.50
48-Hour Pass with Night Tour
Including 48-Hour bus ticket, Peak Tram Sky Pass or Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck ticket, one-way Star Ferry, Sampan Ride, 1 Hour Harbour Tour in the Victoria Harbour and Kowloon Night Tour
From US$71.10
48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Pass
Including 48-Hour bus ticket, Choice of Peak Tram Sky Pass or Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck ticket, one-way for the Star Ferry, Sampan Ride,
From US$61.25
Overview

Get a comprehensive overview of Hong Kong on this hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour, perfect for first-time visitors or those short on time. Board and hop off at any of the 20 stops, exploring solo with the provided map. Book a 24- or 48-hour tour to fit your needs and budget, and include an admission ticket to the Peak Tram or the Sky100 observation deck. Upgrade for a boat ride across Victoria Harbour.

What to Expect

Start your Big Bus hop-on hop-off tour at any of the 20 stops throughout Hong Kong. With your voucher in hand, board at a stop on Hong Kong Island (Red Route), Stanley (Green Route), or Kowloon (Blue Route). While you ride, listen to guided commentary detailing the island’s history, cultural influences, and highlights.

When the bus stops somewhere that you'd like to explore further, simply hop off. The provided map will help guide you to Hong Kong museums, cultural landmarks, temples, and other attractions.

When booking your tour, choose a 24- or 48-hour ticket, which makes this a flexible way to see Hong Kong according to your timetable and budget. You can also choose a Peak Tram ticket or Sky100 Hong Kong observation deck admission ticket. A 1-way Star Ferry ticket is included with your pass; upgrade for a night tour or a ride on a traditional sampan.

Reviews (718)
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Good but could be better

We used this whilst in Hong Kong, was great to get around places, see different areas. Thought the Kowloon (blue) route was ok but boring in my opinion, thought the Green route to Aberdeen/Stanley was great, gave you some great views over the South China...More

Thank wynt07
Reviewed 2 days ago
Well worth it especially if you have limited time

Take the green line route on Hong Kong Island. Make sure you get the express pass to Victoria Peak. There are many representatives from Big Bus Tour Company at the Star Ferry Terminal who will assist you with tickets and they even carry a card...More

Thank Shireen M
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great value and amazing

Thanks to Lorna who helped us book these trips . She got us a 3 day ticket so we could also include a day at Ocean Park. She was so helpful. this is the only way to see all Hong Kong has to offer and...More

1  Thank jeffturner
Reviewed 1 week ago
Well worth the money

Air conditioned bus with commentary along the way. We were able to see many places in one day without worrying about ho to get there and what to do. Purchased from TripAdvisor before we got there. Well Done TripAdvisor

1  Thank Colleen R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great way to get around Hong Kong

Got 48 hr ticket Used Red Green & night tour routes well worth the money & you learn a little bit about Hong Kong as you go

1  Thank P984IRcolinb
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menryhole
4 November 2018|
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Response from Taxman14 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure but the ferry costs about 30p so not really an issue. There’s a ticket office and a ticket machine located at each ferry terminal.
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Nomad686768
24 October 2018|
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Response from christineg889 | Reviewed this property |
You can get a map of the stops online or even have a look at the app which is really easy to use too. We used the app while we were in Hong Kong.
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