In the morning, start the tour off with a visit to Kim Tin Walled Village. In 1899, when the New Territories were leased to the British army, the British soldiers were met with resistance from the local people residing in Kim Tin Walled Village. Through they were easily defeated; today Kim Tin Walled Village is a frequent destination for foreign visitors. Enjoy a photo opt with one of the several old men standing in front of the village garbed in country clothes. Afterwards, stop at the famous Wong Tai Sin Temple to make a wish. Located six subway stops northeast of Yau Ma Tei in the far north end of Kowloon Peninsula, Wong Tai Sin is Hong Kong's most popular Taoist temple. Take a drive along Route 3, a series of expressways that offers swift travels between Hong Kong and Sai Ying Pun. Pass through Yau Ma Tei, Kwai Chugn, and Tsing Yi Island and take in the scenic route with your camera in hand.
Located between Hong Kong and Guangdong province, we will make a stop at Lok Ma Chau Port. Once believed to be the residence of the Song dynasty, this area is not only considered a scenic spot for tourist but is also a place of historical significance. Anyone who passed through this route was obligated to dismount their horses as a sign of respect to the Emperor. Before the day ends, take a tour through one of the Jewelry Factories to see the art of jewelry making and precious Chinese gems. The tour will end with a transfer back to your hotel.