Honeymooners should stay in hotels in Whampoa Kowloon
Newly-weds want to stay in romantic, scenic and convenient hotels at the destinations during their honeymoons.
Frank the tour guide thinks that the hotels in Whampoa Kowloon are very suitable to the honeymooners traveling to Hong Kong.
Hotels in Whampoa, Harbor Grand Kowloon and Kerry Hotel, are on the waterfront (Frank just shares local knowledge and gets no commission from the hotels).
They have the very nice Victoria Harbor view.
Honeymooners can have the romantic walk on the Hung Hom Promenade to go to the main tourist area, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Honeymooners can take the romantic ferry ride at Hung Hom Ferry Pier to go to Central or North Point.
The hotels are close to the MTR Whampoa Station.
The giant cruise-liked AEON Department Store can give the honeymooners the romantic fancy.
Apart from TIY (tour it yourselves) the Whampoa area, honeymooners can book the easy Hong Kong private tour to tour Hong Kong’s highlights and hidden gems easily.
The relaxed private car tour gives honeymooners privacy and sense of superiority.
5: “He not only provided an excellent and varied tour, but also gave us a detailed history and background of the area and geography..…”
|Sherwood Sterling (Toursbylocals) from the US|
|24 Feb 2016|
|5Review: Frank was just great. He not only provided an excellent and varied tour, but also gave us a detailed history and background of the area and geography. We also had a very skillful and pleasant driver. My wife and I recommend him highly without qualification! (Browse private tour page)|
|Frank’s response: Thank you very much, Sherwood! A full day 8-hour private limousine tour offers you more room and opportunities to see more and experience more in the east meets west, old meets new Hong Kong! (Message Frank to plan YOUR private tour)|
The well-planned, all-inclusive and top-rated sightseeing, logistics and dining solution helps honeymooners to use the valuable time efficiently and offers newly-weds a good value for money.
Fully vaccinated Frank the tour guide hopes he can serve the honeymooners in his hometown Hong Kong soon.