Routing & Explore

Routing

Harbour Cruise - Bauhinia leads you to all the famous architectures in Hong Kong. You may interact with the inspiring and energetic city of Hong Kong in 360 degrees to light up your day. The whole journey takes approximately two hours to complete.

Harbour Cruise – Bauhinia starts from North Point Ferry Pier, and passes through:
Tai Koo > Shau Kei Wan > Chai Wan > Lei Yue Mun > Cha Kwo Ling > Kai Tak > Hunghom > Tsim Sha Tsui > Central > Wanchai > Causeway Bay > North Point

Scenery

One & Two International Finance Centres: a prominent landmark on Hong Kong Island. IFC consists of two skyscrapers, the IFC Mall, and the 55-storey Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Tower 2 is the second tallest building in Hong Kong, behind the International Commerce Centre in West Kowloon. It is the fourth-tallest building in the Greater China region and the eighth-tallest office building in the world, based on structural heights

The Hong Kong Observation Wheel: a 60-metre tall Ferris wheel located in Central overlooking Victoria Harbour.

Hong Kong Bank Headquarters: designed and built by a British architect, Sir Norman Foster, using bridge-building technology to form the supporting structures, is one of the most expensive building and construction in Hong Kong.

Bank of China Tower: 315 meters in height, designed by the American-Chinese architect Mr. I.M. Pei, who intended to represent a bamboo shoot pushing upwards and thus the strength of the Bank of China.

City Hall: this complex comprises a theatre, foyers, concert hall, exhibition hall and restaurants in a low block, and a 12-storey high block housing the City Hall Library, meeting rooms and a popular marriage registry.

Tamar Site and Prince of Wales Buildings: the former joint headquarters of the British Forces in Hong Kong, and they are now a military base of the People's Liberation Army.

Golden Bauhinia Square:The “Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture” was placed as a gift from the Central Government and a memory of Hong Kong's reunification with China in 1997.

Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre: a major landmark of Hong Kong where international exhibitions, performances, meeting and conventions are held.

Central Plaza: standing 374 meters in height, its 78-storey makes it the tallest poured-concrete structure in the world. The four coloured lights atop the building function as a clock.

Hong Kong Yacht Club: Hong Kong's biggest yacht club, which hosts the international South China Sea Race and the annual Hong Kong to Macau Race.

Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter: There are people still living on fishing sampans, juxtaposed against a modern high-rise city.

North Point: 'Little Shanghai', five- or six-storey buildings preferred by the Shanghainese. There are ferry services to Kwun Tong, Kowloon City and Hunghom.

Shau Kei Wan: takes its name from the scoop-like shape of Aldrich Bay.

Lei Yue Mun: a popular seafood village, well known for its maze of quaint seafood restaurants.

Sam Ka Tsuen Typhoon Shelter: is situated at in Lei Yue Mun. A path along the coast provides a good place for leisure walks.

Cha Kwo Ling: is a hill in eastern New Kowloon of Hong Kong, and the area around it. The most well known landmark is the two-huge-rock in front of the Tin Hau Temple. As the rocks look like men's testicles, they are named 「Fung Shui Rocks」 or 「Child-Giving Rocks」. The legendary rocks are believed to bless those who pray to them for sons. Even though this tradition is fading out, 「Child-Giving Rocks」 is still an important attraction in Cha Kwo Ling.

Ka Tak Cruise Terminal : Located at the former Kai Tak Airport Runway, this sparkling facility is one of the world's foremost cruise terminals. Designed by Foster + Partners, the three-storey building has been described by Departures as 「the Rolls-Royce of Cruise Terminals」. The terminal will be able to accommodate two mega cruise ships with a gross tonnage of up to 220,000 tons when fully commissioned.

Hunghom HK Coliseum: boasting a 12,500-seat arena for sports events, concerts and exhibitions.

International Commerce Centre: is a 118-storey, 484 m (1,588 ft) skyscraper completed in 2010 in West Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is currently the world's fifth tallest building by height, as well as the tallest building in Hong Kong

Avenue of Stars: is located at the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. It honours celebrities of the Hong Kong film industry and a 4.5-metre-tall replica of the statuette given to winners at the Hong Kong Film Awards greets visitors at the entrance. Set into the promenade are plaques honouring the celebrities. Some plaques contain hand prints and autographs of the stars set in cement, but most of the plaques only contain celebrities' names as they are now deceased.

Hong Kong Space Museum: its oval dome structure is one of the most advanced planetariums in the world. It enlightens visitors on astronomy and space technology.

Hong Kong Cultural Centre: major centre for performing different kinds of cultural activities, such as arts opera, dance, drama and pop shows, its distinctive 'ski jump' roof structure has become a landmark of Hong Kong.

The Clock Tower: built in 1915, the only monument of the original Kowloon-Canton Railway Terminus.