New Territories private car tour for monkeys, natural landscape, native history
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The New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour offers YOU good value for money by showing YOU the history of colonial era, rural landscape of the New Territories, wild monkeys and native people’s life.
YOU can learn the origin of the “New Territories” at the Boundary Street, apart from saying hello to the cute song birds at Bird Market.
YOU can see the culture, life and history of the native people at Tsang Tai Uk Walled House, Che Kung Temple and Hong Kong Heritage Museum Cantonese Opera Music Gallery at Sha Tin New Town.
YOU use the scenic Tai Po Road, which is Hong Kong’s first highway, to go to the New Territories.
YOU say hello to wild monkeys, enjoy beautiful scenery of the Kowloon Reservoir and learn WWII history at Kam Shan Country Park.
YOU can enjoy the spectacular view of Tolo Harbour, Plover Cove Reservoir etc. on the waterfront at the Hong Kong Science Park.
The tour is very suitable to be the cruise passengers’ shore excursion in Hong Kong.
Just book the superior and relaxed New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour to make good use of YOUR time in Hong Kong!
The New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour program
-4-hour the New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour starts at 0930 or 1400
-Pick up at hotel (on the north Hong Kong Island or in Kowloon Peninsula), Ocean Terminal, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal
-Visit Flower Market, Bird Market, Boundary Street, see the origin and history of the name…“New Territories”
-Use the first scenic highway Tai Po Road to go to Sha Tin New Town, on the way, you can enjoy pretty natural landscape and you may see the wild monkeys at the Kam Shan Country Park and Kowloon Reservoir.
-Visit Che Kung Temple, see the popular local Taoist religious belief of Hong Kong
-Visit Tsang Tai Uk Walled House, see the life of the native people Hong Kong
-Visit Hong Kong Science Park, enjoy the spectacular view of Tolo Harbour, Plover Cove Reservoir, Tai Po New Town & second tallest Goddess of Mercy Statue in Tsz Shan Temple on the waterfront
-If time and situation, visit the Hong Kong Heritage Museum Cantonese Opera Music Gallery, to see the entertainment of the native people
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The New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour booking process
Booking step one: choose YOUR tour date
- The Google Calendar below helps YOU to choose YOUR tour date. For computer user, please fill in the booking form on the right. For smart phone user, please click here to fill in the booking form.
- We are still fully available on the days with bookings already. Frank the tour guide and his friends are available to serve YOU. For further questions for our availability, please email us.
Booking step two: fill in booking form
Booking step three: pay through PayPal
TOUR PRICE: (Choose right number of people below)(duration 4 hours)
The tour price includes:
- English / Mandarin / Cantonese speaking private tour guide service
- Air-conditioned 8-seater car with driver
Private car arrangement:
We use the clean and air-conditioned Toyota Alphard 8-seater car as the transportation for the small party (best for 1-4 people). For 5-6 people group, if YOU accept the smaller legroom in car and accept to sit on the middle seat(s) in car, please contact us to confirm the booking.
–Please contact us for extra payment details for the pick up at airport and/or transfer back to airport, which are NOT included.
-Any items or purchases of a personal nature are not covered in the price of the tour.
Client review for New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour at Easy Hong Kong Private Tour
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Wow - another great experience with Frank! i first met Frank on HK and Macau tours few years ago.
This is 1 of 2 tours booked for the day.
Even though I toured New Territories in the past with another tour company,, Frank's tour is the best hands down. Personalized attention with Frank's expertise is irreplaceable. Before the tour, Frank helped to locate money exchange and start off the tour with egg custard tarts from local bakery.
My family enjoyed all the highlights, from the views at Chinese University, Sam Tung Museum and personable kung fu performance from driver, Ringo.
I look forward to seeing Frank in a few years for more fantastic tours!
Thank you very much, Dianne! The Sam Tung Uk Museum, Tai Po Market and Ringo's Kung Fu Show just show you the life of the native people of Hong Kong! Of course you should not miss the nice natural landscape of Tolo Harbour, which you can see from the Chinese University of Hong Kong!
My wife and I had four tours with Frank Law: two 4 hour tours (Kowloon and the New Territories) and two 8 hour tours (Lantau Island and Macau). Being a Hong Kong native himself, Frank knew all the tricks of getting around the city. For instance, he arranged for us to visit Big Buddha by taking a special taxi up the BACK side of Lantau Island through the area forbidden to tour buses. We got there right when it opened BEFORE all the other tourists arrived. When we were finished, we went DOWN the gondola on the front side of the island that the other tourists were using to come UP. We saw the really long lines that we avoided by using Frank as our guide. He also knew when to go to the many other sites we visited to avoid the crowds and traffic problems. We really appreciated his insider-knowledge about these things - he made our visit to the Hong Kong area much more efficient.
Frank’s knowledge of Hong Kong AND Macau was extensive. His command of English is excellent and we had zero problem understanding each other. The drivers he selected for the days we used a car were great too. We highly recommend Frank Law as a guide for your time in Hong Kong and Macau!
Thank you Scott! The easy and enjoyable New Territories ‘the land between’ private car tour brings travelers to the northern part of Hong Kong to show travelers the rural landscape of the New Territories and native people’s life through the Chinese Kung Fu show. Tour also includes native people snack.