Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a magnet for cruise ships carrying passengers from the four corners of the globe. Carriers include Oceana Cruises, Ponant Yacht Cruises and Expeditions, and Crystal Cruises.  

It attracts a host of cargo vessels carrying their wares across the oceans. It is also a prime shopping destination, and if you are cruising to Hong Kong, you will not even have to leave the terminal for some first-rate retail therapy.

Latest Hong Kong Deals

Hong Kong to Ho Chi Minh City

15 Feb 2020 (7 Nights) Cruise Only from £2950pp
Silver Spirit

Southeast & Sunny Coast

11 Nov 2020 (20 Nights) Fly Cruise from £5129pp

Prismatic Japan

21 Apr 2021 (10 Nights) Fly Cruise from £3609pp

From Tokyo to Tokyo

01 Oct 2021 (9 Nights) Fly Cruise from £1315pp
Queen Elizabeth

Land of the Rising Sun

08 Feb 2020 (13 Nights) Cruise and Stay from £2199pp
Diamond Princess

4 Night Best Of Fukuoka Cruise

30 Apr 2021 (4 Nights) Cruise Only from £739pp
Spectrum of the Seas

14-Day Japan, Taiwan & The Philippines

13 Feb 2021 (14 Nights) Cruise Only from £1429pp

An Immersion In Japanese Culture

30 May 2020 (8 Nights) Cruise Only from £4307pp
Le Soleal

Singapore to Mombasa

11 Mar 2021 (18 Nights) Cruise Only from £2679pp

7 Night Best Of Japan Cruise

09 May 2021 (7 Nights) Cruise Only from £709pp
Spectrum of the Seas

9 Night Spice Of Southeast Asia Cruise

02 Jan 2021 (9 Nights) Cruise Only from £717pp
Quantum of the Seas

Southeast Asia & Hong Kong

04 Apr 2022 (14 Nights) Cruise Only from £5340pp
Viking Orion

Cruise Companies that sail to Hong Kong

Why visit Hong Kong ?

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The most important deep-water harbour in Asia

One of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan centres in the world

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal has the largest rooftop garden in Hong Kong. Covering 23,000 square metres, it features a lawn water garden, fountain plaza and a platform that affords incredible views of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Close by are the Chi Lin Nunnery, the Kowloon City food district and the Lei Yue Mun seafood bazaar.  

The Ocean Terminal will put you right in the heart of the city and the exciting shopping and dining district of Tsim Sha Tsui. The terminal itself has 450 shops, 50 restaurants, cinemas and luxury hotels. However, there is so much more to see in this brash, enticing, fast-moving place.  

The Kowloon Peninsula is home to the Ladies’ Market and the Temple Street Night Market, the luxury shops on Nathan Road’s Golden Mile, and many museums.  

The New Territories connect Kowloon to mainland China and have a selection of elaborate temples and woodlands ripe for exploration.  

There is also Hong Kong Island, which is home to the city’s financial district, and Sheung Wan, a historical Chinese neighbourhood where the British originally took control that is now being reclaimed as a trendy area.  

The Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong Island, and from its top, you can see a magnificent panorama of the city from the skyscrapers of the central district to the mountains of the New Territories. It is reached by the Peak Tram, which rises 400m above sea level, and once at the top, you can head to the viewing platform or hike around the 3.5 km Peak Circle.  

When you are cruising to Hong Kong, planning your visit well in advance is a good idea, as the place is packed with places to see and things to do.  

Tian Tan Buddha, also known as The Big Buddha, is an iconic bronze statue 34m high, and visitors must climb 268 steps to reach it. Next to it is the Po Lin Monastery, one of the world’s most important Buddhist sites.  

You can also take a boat tour of Victoria Harbour, ride a sampan boat, sample the food in one of Hong Kong’s famous seafood restaurants, visit the temples of the Yuen Yuen Institute or wander the Fanling Walled Village. You can also take a trip to the outlying Cheung Chau, Stanley and Lamma Islands.  

There is much more in this amazing, interesting, modern yet historic location. The list is endless, the experiences will be unforgettable, and wonderful memories await.

Interested in Hong Kong Cruise Holidays?

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