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Hong Kong Tibet Tours

If it is your first time to visit Hong Kong, you may want to spend more time there to completely immerse yourself in this fascinating city. Usually we recommend a stay of only one or two days to just hit the main highlights, such as Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay, Aberdeen Fishing Village and the Stanley Market before moving on to Mainland China.From Hong Kong, you can choose from many gateway cities in Mainland China before moving on to Tibet.We recommend 4 or 5 days to explore around Lhasa to allow enough time to visit the Potala Palace, the sacred monasteries and nearby holy lakes. If you have more time, you can extend your visit to Tibet with a trip to Shigatse (add 2 days), Mount Everest (add 4 days), Namtso Lake (add 1 day), Nyingchi (add 3 days) as some examples.

1-Day Hongkong City Short Break

1-Day Hongkong City Short Break

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See Hong Kong from modern to medieval. This short excursion gives you a good taste of Hong Kong. Beginning with a cable car trip up Victoria Peak to overlook the city, your next stop is Aberdeen, followed by the beach, cafe, a historical temple, market, and gardens.

2-Day Hong Kong Island & Lantau Island

2-Day Hong Kong Island & Lantau Island

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This is a great trip for a deeper insight into the history and topography of Hong Kong. First you will see Victoria Peak, and Repulse Bay. After the bustling urban tangle of Kowloon and Tsim Tsa Shui, head to Lantau Island, home to one of the largest Buddhas in the world.

2-Day Hong Kong & Macau Highlights Tour

2-Day Hong Kong & Macau Highlights Tour

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For a nice look at the SAR (Special Administrative Regions) on China’s east coast, this is the tour for you. In 2 days you will see the highlights- from UNESCO sites to beaches- of historic Hong Kong and Macau, two of China’s only open ports for hundreds of years.

8-Day Hong Kong–Chengdu–Tibet Tour

8-Day Hong Kong–Chengdu–Tibet Tour

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Enjoy your very own Journey to the West. This tour takes you from cosmopolitan urban Hong Kong to China’s Western Hub, Chengdu, and then to Tibet. Along the way, you will see pandas, skylines, and some of the most sacred and historic temples and monasteries in China.

8-Day Hong Kong Xining Tibet Tour via Qinghai-Tibet Railway

8-Day Hong Kong Xining Tibet Tour via Qinghai-Tibet Railway

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Qinghai lake, China’s largest, near Xining is stop one. Next, you take the famous Qinghai-Tibet railway overnight to Lhasa. In Lhasa, Norbulingka, Sera Monastery, Jokhang Temple, Namtso Lake, and more all await you. The final leg of the journey is at Yangpachen Hot Spring.

11-Day Hong Kong Guangzhou Xining Tibet Tour

11-Day Hong Kong Guangzhou Xining Tibet Tour

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This voyage shows you an enormous swathe of China, with dozens of various locations, highlights, and experiences. After the highlights of Hong Kong, you will take the train to Guangzhou, and then fly to Xining. From Xining, take the railway to Lhasa, where Tibet waits.

12-Day Hong Kong Chengdu Tibet Nepal Tour by Train

12-Day Hong Kong Chengdu Tibet Nepal Tour by Train

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Like the classic Journey to the West, this voyage will take you so far West until you leave the Middle Kingdom altogether. Pandas, metropolese, ancient markets, temples, monasteries, and more await you on your journey to Everest Base Camp, and then on to Nepal.

Hongkong Tibet Tours FAQ

  • How to get to Tibet from Hong Kong?

    There is neither direct flight nor train from Hong Kong to Tibet. Travelers have to transfer from Hong Kong to China Mainland to catch a flight or train to Tibet. In order to get acclimatized to the high altitude in Tibet better, it is suggested to stay in China Mainland for one day and fly or take a train to Tibet the next day. If you want flight only itinerary, it is suggested to fly to Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing or Shanghai first, and then take another flight to Lhasa. If you want a train trip, Xining is the best place to board on a train to Lhasa, because a Xining-Lhasa train ride takes only 22 hours and allows you to see the beautiful sceneries and lovely wild animals along the railway.

  • What to do in Hong Kong before departing for Tibet?

    Enjoying a reputation of the Oriental Pearl, Hong Kong is absolutely worth an exploration. If you are traveling with your kids, the Disneyland and Ocean Park are the best destinations. If you are hunting for luxury brands, the Causeway Bay and Central are must-visit places. If you want to explore the old Hong Kong, Mong Kok, Tin Shui Wai and Island District are the right places for you.

    Besides, there are also various museums, Hiking paths and bars in Hong Kong. Almost every factor of an international metropolis can be found in Hong Kong. However, please note that you need to take a good rest in order to better acclimatize the high altitude in Tibet.

  • Can I take a day trip to Macau from Hong Kong?

    Yes, it takes around 1 hour to go to Macau from Hong Kong by bus or ferry. Before the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge was built in 2018, most tourists take a ferry to go to Macau from Hong Kong. More and more tourists take a bus through the 55-kilometer long bridge to Macau now. The sea view is excellent during the bus trip.

    Popular tourist attractions in Macau include Ruins of St. Paul's, Macau Tower and Macau Museum. It is suggested to spend more time at the Ruins of St. Paul’s, where you can admire exquisite relief sculpture.

    You may want to visit some casinos in Macau, it is important to avoid getting addicted.