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Walking Tour of Hong Kong History Museum and St Andrew's Church

Route: Hong Kong
Walking Tour of Hong Kong History Museum and St Andrew's Church Walking Tour of Hong Kong History Museum and St Andrew's Church
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Duration: 10 hours
Time: 8:30AM - 5:30PM
This 10-hour walking tour includes visiting the oldest Protestant church in Kowloon and Hong Kong Museum of History. You will be accompanied by our English-speaking guide who shares informative commentary about Hong Kong’s history, culture and modern-day attractions.
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Day 01 St Andrew's Church & Hong Kong History Museum Tour
Detailed Itinerary:
You will be picked up at your hotel and transferred to St. Andrew's Church. You will then take an informative tour of Hong Kong Museum of History.  Afterwards you will be transferred to Tsim Sha Tsui where you are free for your own leisure for the rest of the evening.  
St Andrew's Church 
It is a church of the Anglican and is the oldest Protestant church in Kowloon. While St Andrew’s commenced its life as a church for the expatriate community, it is now an international church with 90% of those attending considering Hong Kong as their home.
Sunday services are currently held at 8:30AM, 9:45AM, 11:30AM and 5:00PM in English. At 2:00PM in Mandarin (Putonghua). The Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion) is administered at the 8:30AM service every Sunday. 
The church was designed by architects Leigh & Orange in the Victorian Gothic style. It is built of red brick and granite, laid on rammed earth foundations.   The stained glass in the altar and baptismal windows is the original glass, dating from 1906, made by William Morris & Co. of Westminster, London. 
Other heritage buildings in the church compound include the two-storey Old Vicarage built in 1909, the Amahs’ Quarters and Verger’s Cottage, built at around the same period. All three buildings are constructed in red brick with granite detailing. 
Hong Kong Museum of History
The museum tells the "Hong Kong Story" and covers the natural environment, folk culture (ethnography) and historic development starting with the Devonian period, 400 million years ago. The periods covered include the Opium Wars, Japanese occupation and the growth of the modern metropolis. The exhibit follows Hong Kong through to 1997 when Hong Kong was reunited with China.
Hong Kong Science Museum (Optional)
It is next to Hong Kong Museum of History.   It is paradise for children.   If your children prefer to visit Scinece Museum rather than History Museum, it is OK.  The extra ticket of HK$10 per person will be paid by yourself.
About 500 exhibits are displayed in the permanent exhibition area. The most prominent exhibit is the 22-m high twin-tower Energy Machine which is the largest of its kind in the world. A total of 18 galleries cover a wide range of science and technology topics including light, sound, motion, electricity and magnetism, mathematics, life science, geography, meteorology, computer, transportation, communication, food science, energy/energy conservation and home technology. About 80% of the exhibits are participatory so that visitors may learn through direct involvement.
The most popular exhibition items for children are a computer area, a real (but stationary) car in which visitors can attempt to drive in a driving simulation while avoiding accidents, speeding, and excessive fuel usage, and a small life-sized stationary aircraft with a video of a flight around Hong Kong playing inside the cockpit. 
Nathan Road and Tsim Sha Tsui 
St Andrew's Church is located at 138 Nathan Road, it is quite near to Tsim Sha Tsui, one of the main shopping areas in Hong Kong.    After the visiting of museum, our coach will drop you here and leave.
Star Ferry  (optional)
The ferry is an important part of the commuter system between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, it is an essential journey for visitors. The National Geographic Traveler named the ferry crossing as one of the 50 places of a lifetime to visit.   Take a ride from Tsim Sha Tsui Pier to Central Pier is highly recommended.
A Symphony of Lights  (optional)
A synchronised building exterior decorative light and laser multimedia display, featuring 44 buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong accompanied by music. The technology was developed by Australian firm Laservision. It has attracted over 4 million visitors and locals so far, and is held every night for ten minutes.
A Symphony of Lights is staged every night at 8:00PM.
In the evening, go back to your hotel by yourself.
Attractions & Activities:
Meals: No Meal
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Hong Kong History Museum
Hong Kong History Museum Hakka Festival
Victoria Harbor
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  • Admission ticket for Hong Kong Museum of History
  • Transfers by air-contioned coach
  • Service of English speaking tour guide


  • Accommodation 
  • All meals
  • Tips to tour guide and driver.

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