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Dragon Boat Festival Tour (7th June 2019)


Dragon Boat Festival Tour (7th June 2019)

Duration: Approx. 5 hours (not include hotel pick up time) 
Hotel pick up time: Approx. 7:45am - 8:30am (Actual time will be given at the time of reservation)

Hear the sounds of drum beating and enjoy the excitment when rowing teams in different colors of uniforms racing furiously on the sea this Summer. Dragon boat race, the main activity on Dragon Boat Festival, attracts thousands of international spectators every year in Hong Kong. On that day, teams of paddlers will race to the finsih line in their long, narrow boat with a Chinese dragon's head at the prow. Each team will make all their efforts to rush towards the finish line while fans and spectators shout out loudly cheering for their favourite team in every 5 minutes round. Not only athletes, whoever spectacle, families, couples, friends, will definitely love the thrilling atmosphere and emotion from the game.  

Aside from seeing the dragon boat race, this trip will also take you to see more of local and living culture. Your morning will begin at Man Mo Temple, a Declared Monuments of typical Chinese temple located in New Terrorities. Next to the Man Mo Temple, you may enjoy walking around the Tai Po market where sells local eateries, dried herbs and seafood. After spending time at the market, the group will head to the Harbour Front Park to watch the Dragon Boat Race. To have a better sight to enjoy the competition, Gray Line Tours HK has arranged good seating and bottles of water for guests. Before the tour ends, you will also stop by Hong Kong Heritage Museum where you can learn more about the international famous Kung Fu Star, Bruce Lee's legendary life. The tour ends with a relaxing trip back to the starting point in downtown. Join us now to spend a good morning on this famous festival.



Dragon Boat Festival Tour
Adult / Child HKD 600

Tour price include air-conditioned sightseeing coach, guided service, round-trip transfer service, two bottles of water and reserved seat to watch the Tai Po District Dragon Boat races.

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