Feel the buzz of Hong Kong to the fullest!
From Haneda Airport to Hong Kong International Airport
Approximately 4.5 hours by plane.
Arrive at the airport
Head to your hotel on Hong Kong Island
35 minutes by car
from the airport to the hotel.
Drop off luggage and head for sightseeing and Kowloon.
20 minutes by subway
It is a large, beautifully landscaped park in the middle of a large city. Because of its location facing the sea, it was originally an important military point. The park has monuments, a Chinese garden, and even a pond full of flamingos! In summer, an outdoor swimming pool is open, making it a place for citizens to relax.
Address/ Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
TEL/ +852 2724 3344
From Kowloon Park to Women's Street
15 minutes by subway
Ladies' Market, one of the two major night markets in Hong Kong, is lined on both sides of the street with cheap general merchandise stores, souvenirs, and women's fashion items. It's a great place to stroll around and grab a bite to eat while you enjoy the local specialties! There is also a men's market where men's items are available.
Address/ Tung Choi St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Dim sum dishes such as xiaolongbao, spring rolls, baked dumplings, steamed buns, etc., are a must visit at least once when you come to Hong Kong. If you eat them with Chinese tea, you don't have to worry about overeating! Pineapple bun is the same as Japanese melon bread with cookie dough on top.
From Ladies' Market to Tsim Sha Tsui
20 minutes by subway
Symphony of Lights
A must-see in Hong Kong is the Symphony of Lights, which is held every night at 8:00 pm. The night view of Victoria Harbor, lined with skyscrapers, is illuminated by colorful lasers, and the show continues to attract tourists. The show can be viewed from various locations, but the view from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront offers a more spectacular experience as you can see the show up close and enjoy the music that accompanies the show.
From Tsim Sha Tsui to the hotel
20 minutes by ferry
The Fleming Hong Kong
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Renovated in 2017, The Fleming Hong Kong is a boutique hotel whose concept and design are inspired by the 1960s, when Hong Kong was experiencing economic growth, with classic, high-quality interiors and details such as wallpaper, floor coverings, and switches. Rooms are stylish and relaxed, and the attached Italian restaurant, Osteria Marzia, is cozy.
DATA：The Fleming Hong Kong
Address/ 41 Fleming Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
TEL/ +852 3607 2288
Sightseeing throughout Hong Kong Island
Departure from the hotel
From the hotel to Man Mo Temple
20 minutes by subway
Man Mo Temple
Man Mo Temple is a Buddhist temple that is familiar to tourists and locals alike. Both the god of literature and the god of martial arts are enshrined here. Stepping inside the temple, which is surrounded by high-rise apartments, one can smell the scent of incense sticks in the dim light, creating a mysterious atmosphere that has remained unchanged for hundreds of years. Numerous spiral-shaped incense sticks hang from the ceiling. Purchase an incense stick and make a wish.
Data：Man Mo Temple
Address/ Man Mo Temple, Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Egg tarts are a must-try when you come to Hong Kong. Depending on the store, the base may be made of pie dough or cookie dough, so be sure to compare the different textures. The combination of the soft and fluffy custard and dough is irresistible!
From Man Mo Temple to Ocean Park
30 minutes by subway
Ocean Park, a theme park that combines an aquarium, zoo, and amusement park, is located on an expansive site the size of two mountains.The park is accessible by cable cars and submarine trains that connect the park to the sky. Visitors can experience being a panda keeper, dine in front of a huge aquarium. The attractions range from small children's attractions to thrilling roller coasters, making this facility more than enough for both adults and children to spend a day here.
DATA: Ocean Park
Address/180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
From Ocean Park to Victoria Peak
20 minutes by taxi
Victoria Peak, the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island, is the best place to see the night view. The Peak Tram, which was reborn in 2022, has more passengers and a glass ceiling, making it a wonderful sight to behold. The "Peak Tower" at the top of the mountain houses restaurants and stores, and the observation deck offers a 360-degree panoramic view.
DATA: Victoria Peak
Address/ 128 Peak Road, Hong Kong
From Victoria Peak to Lan Kwai Fong
30 minutes by Tram and walk
Lan Kwai Fong
Lan Kwai Fong is an area where you can enjoy drinking, chatting, music, and watching sports in a relaxed atmosphere. There are plenty of bars and cafes to go bar hopping, too!
DATA： Lan Kwai Fong
Address/ 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
Back to the hotel.
Stay at The Fleming Hong Kong (the 2nd night)
Visit the Dreamland on Lantau Island
Breakfast near the hotel
Breakfast in the morning
Busy Hong Kong people often eat breakfast outside. Chung Fung, made from steamed rice flour, is eaten with soy sauce, sweet miso paste, or chili sauce. Another must-try dish is French toast, which is unique to Hong Kong. The Hong Kong style is fried in oil after dipping it in egg mixture. It is served with syrup, condensed milk, or butter.
From the hotel to Disneyland
1 hour by train
HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
Opened in 2005, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is located on Lantau Island near the airport. The symbol of Hong Kong is "Sleeping Beauty's Castle. Compared to Tokyo Disneyland, there is less waiting time, so you can fully enjoy the attractions that are different from those in Japan. Be sure to check out the original souvenirs and goods from Hong Kong Disneyland!
DATA： HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
Address/1 Lantau Island, Hong Kong
After enjoying the show, go to the airport
From Hong Kong Disneyland to Hong Kong International Airport
12 minutes by taxi
Late night flight to Tokyo
/ about 4.5 hours
Arrive in Tokyo in the next morning
End of tour