Hong Kong is one of the world's major cities and business centres. You'll find plenty of compelling reasons to make sure this port makes it to the top of your cruise holiday itinerary. Discover the city sights and surrounding areas of this bustling Asian city during an organised shore tour or wander around Hong Kong harbor and explore the views on your own time. One thing is for sure, Hong Kong is a city like no other, and it's time to discover this portion of Asia during a Hong Kong cruise.
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Explore the sights and sounds of Hong Kong harbour with some of the best cruise lines available. Hong Kong is a frequent port stopover for many cruise itineraries.
Royal Caribbean - Offering cruises to locations all over the globe on exciting, innovative ships.
Celebrity Cruises - Offering extraordinary destinations on modern ships with outstanding customer service. If that sounds tempting, look no further than a cruise with Celebrity.
Princess Cruises - Something is refreshing about a cruise with Princess. Mixing traditional cruise favourites with modern and innovative features you'll never want your holiday at sea to end.
Holland America Line - Cruise with this premium, upscale cruise line for exotic ports of call in far-flung places. A relaxed, formal atmosphere on board means your holiday is every bit as fancy as you want it to be.
Dream Cruises - Book a cruise with Dream for a fresh, Asian and internationally inspired design and feel onboard. Let Dream whisk you away to incredible destinations.
Seabourn - Enjoy a luxurious journey like no other when you step aboard one of the smaller, more intimate cruise ships by Seabourn.
Cruise Vessels Visiting Hong Kong
From affordable holidays at sea to the ultimate luxury experience, we've got plenty of incredible cruise vessels to get you closer than ever to Hong Kong.
Spectrum of the Seas - A ship that offers something for everyone. From high-flying Sky Pads and customisable drink creations made by robots at the Bionic Bar to revolutionary suites accommodations with dreamy amenities like private dining rooms, lounges and a Solarium.
Celebrity Millenium - Step aboard where you'll have everything you want and need at your fingertips. World-class restaurants, Broadway-style shows, a luxurious spa and amenities are all on offer on Millenium.
Majestic Princess - Majestic is the first to offer an over-the-ocean glass walkway called the SeaWalk as well as being a foodies paradise. You'll find everything you need from a holiday to make you feel refreshed.
Explorer Dream - Explore some of the most exciting destinations in Asia aboard this amazing ship. With 15 restaurants, and a Roman-themed Parthenon Pool deck with a slide, hot tubs, a stage for live bands and an LED screen.
Hong Kong Cruise Port
When you visit Hong Kong, you'll visit Kai Tak Cruise Terminal when you embark and disembark on your cruise holiday. You'll immediately notice the breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour as you arrive. Passengers have access to state of the art facilities, carparks, restaurants and retail shops as well as the most extensive rooftop garden in the city. Kai Tak is located within 10 kilometres of all major metro areas and has free wifi throughout the terminal for passengers.
Smaller ships will usually dock at Ocean Terminal in Kowloon. There's a shopping mall attached filled with luxury shopping and restaurants.
Hong Kong Cruises - Popular Destinations
Popular short cruises from Hong Kong include the wonderful 7-night Japan and Philippines cruises off the coast of Hong Kong. Visit unique and exciting destinations like Okinawa and Llocos.
Seabourn offer some fantastic luxury cruises around Hong Kong and China, which are not to be missed. Or, for those wanting an extended holiday at sea why not cruise from Hong Kong to South Africa or the United Kingdom.
A Hong Kong cruise package including flights is another way to wrap all your travel costs into one convenient bundle. Ask our team today!
Hong Kong is a beautiful destination at any time of the year, offering different charms depending on the season. Summer in Hong Kong can get extremely hot and humid, and the winters can be icy.
We recommend March to April or October to November for moderate temperatures and enough sunshine to get out and enjoy all of those attractions.
Transport Around Hong Kong
On ship days, there are free shuttle buses for disembarking cruise passengers to nearby Mass Transit Railway (MTR) stations adjoining shopping malls.
Hong Kong's MTR is quick and reliable, and most places can be reached by railway or the bus. Fares are based on distance travelled. Taxies are cheap; however, we recommend making use of the free shuttle to MTR stations and grabbing a taxi from there if needed.
Two different companies run hop-on and hop-off sightseeing buses around Hong Kong. Check out the Big Bus Company and the Rickshaw Sightseeing Bus. These are great for those who have a short time in Hong Kong and want to fit in as much as possible.
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