Stretch Your Travel Budget with the new Hong Kong Pass
Saving money in the world’s most expensive cities is often a difficult task – but visitors to Hong Kong can significantly stretch their travel budgets with the newly-launched Hong Kong Pass.
Available at www.hongkongpass.com.hk, the Hong Kong Pass offers savings of more than 50 per cent on a handpicked selection of attractions, tours and transport in Hong Kong and Macau, together with discounts on dining and shopping. The product is the second step into the Far East for The Leisure Pass Group, the world’s leading multi-attraction pass company, following the release of its Go Shanghai Card earlier this year. The Leisure Pass Group now operates in 36 cities worldwide.
Priced from £100* for two days, the pass is sent to purchasers via email and contains a unique QR code which can be used direct from a smartphone or printed at home if customers prefer. The QR code is scanned to join tours or gain entry to a featured attraction with nothing further to pay. Experiences on offer include local Hong Kong favourites and spectacular views, ensuring Hong Kong Pass users save money while seeing the best of the destination.
Speed from Hong Kong International Airport into the heart of the city in less than 25 minutes with an Airport Express return ticket, normally £21 but included with the Hong Kong Pass. And a day trip to Macau is just as easy with the inclusion of a return journey on the Cotai Jet high-speed ferry, normally £41.
Discovering Hong Kong & Macau
The Hong Kong Pass features a number of tours offering plenty of insight into both Hong Kong and Macau, including:
Hop-on/hop-off Bus Tour – explore stunning skyscrapers, lively residential neighbourhoods, traditional temples, green hills, beaches and bustling markets with a 24-hour tourist bus ticket. More than 20 stops are featured on three different routes, with highlights including Stanley and Man Mo Temple. Normally priced at £43, but included on the Hong Kong Pass.
Star Ferry Harbour Tour – see one of the world’s iconic skylines from the famous Victoria Harbour aboard Hong Kong’s own Star Ferry, which has operated since the 1880s. Normally priced at £11, a one-hour cruise is included with the Hong Kong Pass.
Aqua Luna Stanley Cruise – set off to the vibrant waterfront neighbourhood of Stanley on the traditional Chinese junk Aqua Luna, with two hours to enjoy historic Stanley market and the area’s many cafes and restaurants. Normally priced at £40, the round-trip cruise is included with the Hong Kong Pass.
Hong Kong Walking Tour – learn about Hong Kong’s history, discover hidden gems and try local delicacies on a guided walking tour of Central and Sheung Wan districts. Normally priced at £30, but included with the Hong Kong Pass.
Unmissable Hong Kong Pass tourist experiences include:
Peak Tram Sky Pass – get fast track entry to the 130 year-old Peak Tram funicular railway, then enjoy the classic Hong Kong view from the Sky Terrace at the summit of Victoria Peak. Normally priced at £10 but included with the Hong Kong Pass.
Macau Tower – shoot to the top of the 223-metre Macau Tower in less than 60 seconds for unparalleled views of the former Portuguese enclave and the South China Sea. Normally priced at £15 but included with the Hong Kong Pass.
Ocean Park – Hong Kong’s perennially-popular amusement park, home to four rollercoasters, eight themed amusement zones and animals including bottlenose dolphins, giant pandas and penguins. Normally priced at £48 but included with the Hong Kong Pass.
Ngong Ping Cable Car & Tour – discover Hong Kong’s rural charm on Lantau Island with an unforgettable journey aboard the Ngong Ping cable car, visiting the Giant Buddha and the rustic fishing village of Tai O. Normally priced at £43 but included with the Hong Kong Pass.
With a two-day Hong Kong Pass, priced at £100, visitors could save more than 50 per cent on standard prices while exploring the destination – choosing the Airport Express, Hong Kong Walking Tour, Star Ferry Harbour Tour, Peak Tram Sky Pass, hop-on/hop-off Hong Kong bus tour, Ocean Park, the sky100 Observation Deck in Kowloon and the Ngong Ping Cable Car tour would normally cost £223.
Adding even more value, the Hong Kong Pass also entitles users to discounts of 10 per cent or more on dining at 19 restaurants across Hong Kong.
- Two-day Hong Kong Pass – £100 per adult, £80 per child (aged 3-11 years).
- Three-day Hong Kong Pass – £150 per adult, £110 per child.
- Four-day Hong Kong Pass – £190 per adult, £140 per child.
(* All prices are based on Hong Kong dollars and are subject to slight variations in line with currency fluctuation).