Frank the tour guide answers 4 travelers’ FAQ about New Territories
After visiting Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, a lot of travelers want to explore the New Territories.
When travelers plan and do sightseeing in the New Territories, they do meet different problems.
Made in Hong Kong Frank the tour guide is going to show you the frequently asked questions (FAQ) of travelers about the New Territories in this post.
- Where can I see the wild animals in the New Territories?
- Where can I see the history of native people in the New Territories?
- Where can I see the sunset in the New Territories?
- Should I stay in the hotels in the New Territories?
Apart from the answers in this post, Frank the tour guide’s easy New Territories private tour is the best well-planned solution to help travelers to go sightseeing in the New Territories easily.
Frank is going to finalize different new private tour itineraries for the New Territories.
So clients can tour the West New Territories in a new way easily after the pandemic.
Where can I see the wild animals in the New Territories?
There are a lot of country parks in the New Territories.
They are the habitats for a lot of wild animals.
It is not difficult to go to the Kam Shan Country Park to see the wild monkeys.
Travelers can take KMB bus route No 81 and 72 to go to the Kam Shan Country Park (Please alight at the Shek Lei Pui Reservoir Stop. For details, please browse Kowloon Motor Bus website).
Apart from the cute monkeys, visitors can see the nice natural landscape and the great view of the Kowloon Reservoir.
To protect yourselves and monkeys, please keep a distance from the monkeys and don’t feed the monkeys.
Frank the tour guide’s Lantau Island New Territories full day private tour can help clients to take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car and do the monkey safari easily in one day.
5: “ We would like to thank you Frank for the tours…“
|Paula Aniceto (Easy Hong Kong Private Tour) from Brazil|
|16 Oct 2018|
|5Review: We would like to thank you Frank for the tours. They were full of knowledge, history, great places, beautiful views and so much fun! Wish you all the best and success.(Browse private tour page)|
|Frank’s response: Thank you very much again, Paula! Lantau Island New Territories full day private car tour combines the must-go points, Big Buddha and Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car on Lantau Island, with the hidden gems in the New Territories. Clients can get the beautiful scenery, interesting stories and tasty local delicacies during the easy private car tour.(Message Frank to plan YOUR private tour)|
Cover Big Buddha, Ngong Ping 360 ride, lunch and hidden gems in the New Territories. Tour programme includes…
- English/Mandarin/Cantonese speaking private tour guide service
- Air-conditioned sightseeing car with driver
- One-way Ngong Ping Cable Car normal cabin ride
- One-way Lantau taxi ride
- Local dim sum lunch
Where can I see the history of native people in the New Territories?
Different from the Indians in the US and Aborigines in Australia, native people in the New Territories of Hong Kong are also Chinese.
The British Colonial Government gave the rural settlers in the New Territories the indigenous status to placate them.
Government keeps a lot of native people’s architectures as the heritage sites.
Travelers can visit the Sam Tung Uk Museum near Tsuen Wan MTR Station.
In the large former village house, visitors can see the life of the native people and the new exhibition of the intangible cultural heritage of Hong Kong.
In Sha Tin, travelers can visit the fortress-like Tsang Tai Uk Walled House of the native people.
Please keep quiet when you TIY as there are a lot of residents in this historic building.
Clients can visit Tsang Tai Uk easily in Frank the tour guide’s easy New Territories land between half day private tour.
5:“ Excellent tour of the New Territories…“
|Henry Baggett (Toursbylocals) from the US|
|10 Apr 2018|
|5 Review: Excellent tour of the New Territories!!! Frank and Ringo were most pleasant and very knowledgeable about the history and the culture of this particular area of Hong Kong. The tour certainly broadened our horizons. (Browse private tour page)|
|Frank’s response: Thank you very much, Henry! Apart from the most famous Big Buddha or Victoria Peak, Hong Kong has the interesting and beautiful New Territories. New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour can make good use of your time. You get a relaxed tour in northern part of Hong Kong. You can learn more about Hong Kong’s native people at Sam Tung Uk Museum, Tai Po Market and Chinese Kung Fu Show. You can also enjoy Hong Kong’s nice natural landscape. (Message Frank to plan YOUR private tour)|
New Territoriesprivate car tour for monkeys, natural scenery and history. Tour programme includes…
- English / Mandarin / Cantonese speaking private tour guide service
- Air-conditioned sightseeing car with driver
In Tin Shui Wai in West New Territories, there is the Ping Shan Heritage Trail and Ping Shan Tang Clan Gallery cum Heritage Trail Visitors Center.
Visitors can visit the well-preserved old pagoda, ancestral halls, study halls, temples etc. of the famous native Tang Clan.
Frank the tour guide’s new easy Lantau Island West New Territories full day private tour can show clients the Big Buddha and indigenous heritage sites in one day easily.
Where can I see the sunset in the New Territories?
Travelers can enjoy the nice sunset at different places in the Western part of the New Territories.
When travelers see the sunset at Lau Fau Shan fishing village, travelers can also see the big contrast between Hong Kong’s rural area and Shenzhen’s city center.
To TIY (tour it yourself), please take MTR feeder bus route K65 at Yuen Long MTR Station to reach Lau Fau Shan Terminus and walk for about 15 mins to the waterfront.
If travelers don’t want to TIY the remote Lau Fau Shan, travelers can go to the Tsuen Wan Waterfront near the Tsuen Wan West MTR Station.
Travelers can see the nice sunset and the view of Ting Kau Bridge.
Travelers can also go to the The Airport Core Programme Exhibition Center at Ting Kau to see the sunset.
The small museum actually shows travelers the development of the Chek Lap Kok Airport in the 1990s.
Apart from the amazing sunset, travelers can see the stunning view of the major projects of the airport programme, Tsing Ma Bridge. (To TIY Airport Core Programme Exhibition Centre yourself, please browse its website for further details.)
Frank the tour guide will have a new easy West Kowloon and West New Territories private tour programme to show clients the great sunset at Airport Core Programme Exhibition Centre on the scenic Castle Peak Road.
Should I stay in the hotels in the New Territories?
For most travelers, the answer is “NO”!
A lot of big hotel brands, Marriott, Hyatt, Holiday Inn etc., have their new hotels in different parts of the New Territories.
They may be cheaper than the brands’ flagship hotels in the city center.
But they are too far away from the main attractions on the Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon Peninsula.
Leisure travelers need to spend a lot of time (by train) and a lot of money (by taxi) to go back and forth the hotels in the New Territories and the main sightseeing points in the downtown of Hong Kong.
If you are the business travelers, you may stay in the hotels at the commercial areas and industrial areas in Sha Tin, Tseung Kwan O, Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun to save traffic time.
For how to choose hotels in Hong Kong, please browse Frank’s other posts.
More easy New Territories private tours are coming
Apart form the above-mentioned answers, Frank the tour guide offers the easy New Territories private tour to clients.
Clients can get their money’s worth from Frank’s well-planned, all-inclusive and top-rated easy New Territories private tour service.
Clients can relax before and during the private tour.
Clients can make good use of their time and get sense of superiority during the private tour service.
Frank is planning new private tour programmes for the New Territories.
The new itineraries are going to cover the attractions and heritage sites in the Western part of the New Territories.
Fully vaccinated Frank looks forward to showing beautiful New Territories to clients in a new way after pandemic.