Combine a scenic cruise to Lamma Island with a delicious seafood dinner at a local restaurant; see locals in a fishing village go about their daily lives and enjoy an uninterrupted view of the Symphony of Lights, one of the largest permanent sound-and-light shows in the world.
Your evening begins by boarding a ferry to cruise along the coastline to Lamma Island, the third largest island in Hong Kong. Upon your arrival, visit a native fishing village and learn all about their unique life by the water.
You’ll then travel to a popular waterfront restaurant and indulge in a delicious dinner, including a selection of fresh seafood, such as prawns, squid, and crab, accompanied by noodles or fried rice.
After dinner, board your ferry back to Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour to watch the dazzling Symphony of Lights show, a spectacularly colourful display of lights, vibrant laser beams and stark searchlights, all accompanied by synchronised music and commentary describing how Hong Kong came to be.
Please note: Transfers to and from the Kowloon Ferry are not included.
HKD $750 / £77
3.5 hours approx.
Please note: All optional excursion descriptions represent a typical itinerary and will not necessarily operate exactly as outlined. Distant Journeys reserves the right to change the local operators at short notice if deemed necessary and appropriate.