Hong Kong Cruises

Cultural and Heritage Exploration
Island Discovery
Dim Sum Lunch

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Hong Kong Island

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Hong Kong, located on the eastern side of the Pearl River estuary, is a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. This MSC World Cruise destination in celebrated for its stunning harbour, vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, and incredible skyline.


MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting activities and things to see including:

• Cultural and Heritage Exploration
• Island Discovery
• Dim Sum Lunch

Discover Chuk Lam Sim Yuen, the 'Bamboo Forest Monastery', on an MSC Cruises excursion. This multilevel Buddhist temple complex, noted for its graceful Buddha statues, is built into the hills above Tsuen Wan. Afterwards, visit the Lo Wai Walled Village where you’ll marvel at a historical brick house inside ancient walls, built as a defence against pirate attacks! Then, tour the town of Luen Wo Hui, where you’ll wander a vibrant traditional food market.

Experience the wonders of Hong Kong Island on an MSC Cruises excursion, where you’ll catch a tram to Victoria Peak to enjoy its skyline panorama! Browse the stalls at bustling Stanley Market or visit a jewellery factory to see artisans at work. Then, venture to the fishing village of Aberdeen, on the island’s southern coast. Here, you’ll explore a picturesque settlement of enchanting floating houses. Afterwards, watch traditional sampans as they sail through the harbour, gliding across tranquil green waters.

Soak up Hong Kong’s vibrant atmosphere on an MSC Cruises excursion. Scale Victoria Peak to take in mesmerising views before exploring the colour and buzz of Stanley Market. Next, journey to Aberdeen where you’ll sail on a traditional sampan before savouring tasty dim sum inside a magical floating restaurant. Admire traditional imperial Chinese aesthetics including dragons and pagodas. Finally, take in Man Mo Temple, dedicated to the Gods of Literature and Martial Arts. Dating back to the 1800s, this architectural jewel features a lavish interior and a vast array of glowing lanterns.

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    China

    A nation on the march
    A nation on the march

    A cruise to China offers a phenomenal to discover China, a splendidly diverse country in its geographic, ethnic, culinary and social make-up.


    Developing at a rate unmatched in human history, already huge cities are adding sprawling suburbs and cutting-edge architecture on a day-by-day basis, even as an ever-expanding web of high-speed rail ties the country together. Nevertheless, this apparent modernity is based on a civilization that has remained intact, continually recycling itself, for over four millennia. 


    Indeed, it is the tension and contrasts between change and continuity that make modern China so fascinating. Dominating China’s east coast near the mouth of the Yangzi, Shanghai is the mainland’s most Westernized city, a booming port where the Art Deco monuments of the old European-built Bund – the riverside business centre – rub shoulders with a hyper-modern metropolis, crowned with two of the world’s tallest skyscrapers


    It’s interesting to contrast Shanghai’s cityscape with that of rival business hub Hong Kong’s south coast. With its colonial heritage and refreshingly cosmopolitan outlook, there’s almost nothing Hong Kong cannot offer to an MSC Grand Voyages cruiser in the way of tourist facilities, from fine beaches to great eating and drinking.