Board your comfortable coach upon pickup from the lobby of your selected hotel in downtown Hong Kong. The first stop on your sightseeing tour is the 19th-century Man Mo Temple, dedicated to the god of literature and god of martial arts. Get a look at the polished brass and pewter incense burners before moving on to Victoria Peak.
Ride the Peak Tram up the steep mountainside and snap some pics of the vista before heading to the 360-degree-view Sky Terrace 428. Standing 1,404 feet (428 meters) above sea level, it's the highest viewing platform on Hong Kong Island. Gaze at the city skyline and Victoria Harbour.
The coach continues on to the Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, where you can ride a sampan (flat-bottom wooden boat) and gain insight into the traditional fishing village from your guide. At Jumbo Kingdom, a floating restaurant, you're served dim sum for lunch. Chow Yun Fat, Queen Elizabeth II, and Tom Cruise have also dined here.
Follow up your meal with three exciting attractions. See the Petty Person Beating show, a folk-sorcery ceremony; see the Blue House Cluster, the original site of the first Hong Kong hospital; and go for a ride on the Ding Ding Tram, a double-decker sightseeing bus. Afterward, you'll be dropped off at your hotel.