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Hong Kong Big Bus 24- or 48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

  • Hop-on hop-off tour gives a comprehensive overview, great for first-timers
  • Three bus routes cover all of Hong Kong's diverse, spread-out attractions
  • Customize your experience with flexible ticket choices and optional upgrades
Big Bus Hong Kong Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
From US$56.71
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24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off PassMost Popular
Including 24-Hour bus ticket, Choice of Peak Tram Sky Pass
48-Hour Pass with Night Tour
Including 48-Hour bus ticket, Peak Tram Sky Pass or Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck ticket, one-way Star Ferry, Sampan Ride, 1 Hour Harbour Tour in the Victoria Harbour and Kowloon Night Tour
48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Pass
Including 48-Hour bus ticket, Choice of Peak Tram Sky Pass or Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck ticket, one-way for the Star Ferry, Sampan Ride,

Get a comprehensive overview of Hong Kong on this hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour, perfect for first-time visitors or those short on time. Board and hop off at any of the 20 stops, exploring solo with the provided map. Book a 24- or 48-hour tour to fit your needs and budget, and include an admission ticket to the Peak Tram or the Sky100 observation deck. Upgrade for a boat ride across Victoria Harbour.

What to Expect

Start your Big Bus hop-on hop-off tour at any of the 20 stops throughout Hong Kong. With your voucher in hand, board at a stop on Hong Kong Island (Red Route), Stanley (Green Route), or Kowloon (Blue Route). While you ride, listen to guided commentary detailing the island’s history, cultural influences, and highlights.

When the bus stops somewhere that you'd like to explore further, simply hop off. The provided map will help guide you to Hong Kong museums, cultural landmarks, temples, and other attractions.

When booking your tour, choose a 24- or 48-hour ticket, which makes this a flexible way to see Hong Kong according to your timetable and budget. You can also choose a Peak Tram ticket or Sky100 Hong Kong observation deck admission ticket. A 1-way Star Ferry ticket is included with your pass; upgrade for a night tour or a ride on a traditional sampan.

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Reviewed yesterday
Excellent way to get orientated - then use like a taxi

We made a B line on our first night in Hong Kong to the Big Bus Office in the Star ferry terminal. We choose the 2-day Deluxe listed as $650 HKD per adult - you may get 25-50 HKD discount. We also go a handful...More

1  Thank DoctorFeelgoodDorset
Reviewed yesterday
I's surprised by the bad reviews - this was one of the best Ho/Hos!

We bought on line before our trip - maybe thats the secret - seems most of the complaints are ticket misunderstandings. One of the stops was right outside our hotel so we took that bus to the main stop and exchanged our voucher with no...More

1  Thank HeidiB4
Reviewed 4 days ago
Great way t o see the sights

This is a great way to see the sights of Hong Kong. The only downside is that the stops are not well signposted if at all. That said you just have to remember where it drops you off & return to that spot when you...More

Thank Aussie E
Reviewed 4 days ago
Did the red and green line.

Never made it to the blue line in Kowloon due to rain and not enough day. Would skip this in heavy rain as the water pools up upstairs and comes crashing down (in heavy rain). The red line and green line were both worth it....More

Thank Bjørn E
Reviewed 1 week ago
one of the best ways to see the city and the wider island

Does what it says on the tin. This time we did the island tour down to Stanley and was a great day out, takes you out of the city and so get to see some very different views

1  Thank Tim B
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Annie T
14 September 2018|
Response from Robin M |
I have a long layover at the airport. what is the closest stop to the airport and is there a train from the airport to that stop?