Take yourself on an adventure through Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with Big Bus Tours. These flexible sightseeing bus tours will introduce you to the best of Hong Kong's sights and culture with ease, allowing you to hop on and hop off the bus as often as you wish at over 20 stops, conveniently located close to key Hong Kong landmarks and attractions. Big Bus Tours has 3 Hong Kong sightseeing routes that have been carefully designed to show you as many of the iconic sights as possible. Buses are scheduled to arrive at each stop every 30 minutes, so you won't have to wait long to rejoin the tour.
The big bus tour is a great way to kick start your Hong Kong trip. You get to the opportunity to visit most of the major attractions. The are 3 different routes to explore, which all are worth your time. Buying a 2 day pass is recommended so that your sightseeing experience is not rushed.
Take a tour bus in Hong Kong. It's a good way to get to know the city of Hong Kong. Tourist buses are located in landmarks or famous places in Hong Kong. It's a good idea to go sightseeing by bus.
Traveling around Hong Kong by bus is a relatively fast way to get to know the prosperous city. Shopping malls are everywhere. A continuous stream of people are either shooting or buying. Buses basically go to famous scenic spots.
Red Hong Kong buses have become one of the signs of Hong Kong. But why red? At first, there were buses of any color, and the competition was fierce. In order to distinguish the color of the bus from other companies, LGOC company painted its own bus red, and finally LGOC occupied the market, so the color has been retained. At present, there are 5 580 licensed buses in five Hong Kong franchised bus companies (Kowloon Bus, New World First Bus, City Bus, Long Yun Bus and New Lantau Bus), carrying about 3.88 million passengers per day. In 2017, the population of Hong Kong was only 7.4 million, which shows the status of buses among Hong Kong citizens. However, due to commercial reasons, now buses are contracted by advertisers, the body has been full of advertisements, colorful.
Ticket collection is convenient and waiting time is not very long. Free maps can be obtained. Seats are also well-off, that is, in August the weather is hot, sitting on the upper floor is too sunny, adults can tolerate, children do not want, but the upper view is good. Headphones have a variety of voice introductions.
This one has three routes: red, blue and green. It rained that day. The green one did not take a tour of the sea. It also took a tour of hhhhhhhh, haha, haha, xiaobao. The old man liked to take a good one. The bus was very warm and almost nobody took it. It was as polite as chartered drivers and ticket checkers. The service attitude was quite good as other tourists anyway. Good! Service in place to praise
Tickets booked online, tickets to ferry 7 over Central are very convenient, but the staff who change tickets are Filipinos, so they do not understand Putonghua and can only communicate in English. Everyone should be prepared. After changing tickets, they will give you maps and paper tickets. They must be well kept and checked when boarding and changing lanes. And if you want to see all three lines, it's better to have two days. One day is not enough. The first time you go, you can buy the bus ticket directly, and then play along their route. It's still well planned. If you want to sit on the upper floor and prepare sunscreen, it's too sunny and the wind is very big. The vision of the lower floor is not very good, but it's more comfortable. It's not hot with air conditioning. The interchange between the two lines can be made. The map is marked and every bus runs half an hour.
For the first time visitors to Hong Kong, you can choose this project; familiar with the surrounding map, you can also understand the location of the next shop, very good! On the second floor, the scenery is good and the breeze blows well. The red line in Central is chosen. The starting point is the Central Wharf. The end point is near Languifang, but you can't get off the bus. Then you can go back to the starting point with the bus. It's good to be able to go up and down indefinitely. The first train is 9:30, the first time to get off at Taipingshan Station, the cable car charges additional fees. At this point, there is no need to queue at all, because when we come back from the mountain, we find that the cable car has been queued outside the fountain at the door, so it needs to walk out earlier.
The tickets booked on the Internet and the tickets exchanged on ferry No. 7 over Central are very convenient, but the staff who change tickets are Filipinos, so they do not understand Mandarin and can only communicate in English, so we should be prepared. And if you want to see all three lines, it's better to have two days. One day is not enough. The first time you go, you can buy the bus ticket directly, and then play along their route. It's still well planned. If you want to sit on the upper floor and prepare sunscreen, it's too sunny and the wind is very big. The vision of the lower floor is not very good, but it's more comfortable. It's not hot with air conditioning.
Hong Kong's double-decker tourist buses are a major feature and must not be missed. When sitting on a unique air-conditioned double-decker bus, it seems that you are on a rickshaw. You can not only enjoy the charming scenery of Hong Kong 360 degrees in all directions, but also choose the scenic spots you like to go up and down freely. You can easily visit different scenic spots in the area.