Morning arrive at Hong Kong International Airport - a state-of-the-art facility ranked as the world's best airport.Victoria Peak is Hong Kong's most visited attraction. Reach its splendid heights on the modernised Peak Tram, an unforgettable funicular railway running since 1888. The newly refurbished Peak Tower offers magnificent panoramic views of the city and Victoria Harbour below. Within the landmark, the re-launched Madame Tussauds displays more than 100 life-like waxworks of the rich and famous.Take a harbour cruise dinner for the awesome sight of millions of shimmering lights from the surrounding high-rises and then .be dazzled by A Symphony of Lights show which has been classified as the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records.
Start the day right with the 'Healthy Living in Hong Kong' programme, learning tai chi (shadow boxing) from an expert, beside Victoria Harbour.
Visit to Ngong Ping 360, Hong Kong's latest attraction involving a stunning cable car ride up a Lantau mountainside to a themed village and the awesome Giant Buddha – the world's tallest outdoor seated bronze statue, and the nearby Wisdom Path with its inscribed ancient prayer.
Dinner is your chance to savour a variety of authentic Cantonese dim sum, mouth-watering snacks that illustrate the wonderful range of Chinese culinary skills. Then learn some of the secrets, and recipes, of cooking Chinese-style from a master chef. Then enjoy a theme dimsum dinner——Three Kingdom Feast
Visit the popular seaside village of Stanley for a typically diverse Hong Kong excursion – shopping in the covered Street Market, viewing the historical landmark of Murray House, and exploring the city's heritage in the Maritime Museum. Next, step aboard an Aberdeen Harbour 'gondola' to reach the palatial pleasures of lunch aboard the Jumbo Kingdom – one of the world's biggest floating restaurants.
Ocean Park, one of Asia's largest aquariums and theme parks, offers a jam-packed Day of excitement. Watch dolphins and sea lions play. Enter an underwater 'garden', where fluorescent jellyfishes float overhead. Visit some of Asia's rarest animals in its latest themed area - Amazing Asian Animals. And don't miss the two giant pandas, Le Le and Ying Ying. For hair-raising fun, climb onto the Dragon Roller Coaster or stomach-churning Abyss Turbo Drop. Savour top flavours during dinner at a Best of the Best Culinary Award-winning restaurant. Enjoy a nightcap and rub shoulders with the locals at trendy must-visit hangout Lan Kwai Fong or Knutsford Terrace
Learn the art of lion dancing, a 1,000-year-old Chinese custom that is a great team-building exercise. You'll take on different roles: either half of the mythical costumed lion, the Happy Buddha orchestrating the dance, or one of the traditional musicians! Then take time out to explore this shopper's paradise and indulge yourself. Free time until departure.