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Experiencing Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise in Hong Kong

Experiencing Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise in Hong Kong

Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise allows you to experience more of Hong Kong and feel the energy as you tour by sea.

Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise in Hong Kong

Getting most of iVenture
Another inclusion to the iVenture card  was the Watertours, which allows you to catch a glimpse of Hong Kong on a "sea level" more particularly through a ferry.

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Docking area of Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise

We decided to start our long walk after spending about 2 hours in Garden of Stars (read more), as we needed to reach the docking area by 6:15 PM. It was a good thing that we didn't find it difficult to locate the place.

Tsim Sha Tsui of Hong Kong

The landmark for you to know if you are near is the Clock Tower which is another tourist attraction. So, practically you'll be hitting two birds with one stone.

Clock Tower in Tsim Sha TsuiClock Tower in Tsim Sha Tsui

The "dragonboat"
The ferry came a few minutes past 6:15 PM with its stark red and yellow body. From afar, the ferry seemed very inviting and sophisticated, but when we got to board, we felt a light wave of disappointment. Still, not that bad, but we had something grander in mind.

Interior of Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise
Photo by Jieza Varela

Unlimited booze on the ferry
Interestingly, the round-trip ride comes with unlimited drinks which include both alcoholic and non-alcoholic ones. We started slow by having Minute Maid, and  its sweetness matched with the euphoria as I experienced more of Hong Kong. The Watertours is scheduled just in time for the sunset, although we were not on the side where we can visibly see the sun sink.

Unlimited drinks in Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise, Hong Kong

I felt really happy during that time because on our way to the other side it was still bright, and on our way back, the city was already dressed in black with sparkles of lights.

On board - Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise, Hong Kong
Transitioning from daylight to night - Hong Kong

It felt magical experiencing seemingly two rides at the same time. During this time, I was just pondering on things. Everyone was just appreciating the fact that we had the opportunity to travel. Maybe it was also partly because of the booze -- sentimental feels.

Beautiful sunset skies in Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui at Night, Hong Kong

After the tour, I felt slightly sad -- I wanted it to last longer. That time, I realized that I really enjoyed the tour.

Watertours Victoria Harbour Cruise Quick Guide

Things to see/do: Be enthralled by the beauty of Hong Kong via cruise and enjoy a handful of drinks as you admire the city's transformation as skies turn dark

Budget needed: 190 HKD (or approx P1,300) when you avail on a stand-alone basis, but this is part of the iVenture inclusions, so you may want to check it out.

Is it wander-worthy? It's going to be wander-worthy when you ride with your friends, but if you would be traveling solo, you may also appreciate this as you can take the time to just reflect on things (though it's somehow expensive, especially when you avail this on a stand-alone basis).

How to get there: You can take MTR going to Tsim Sha Tsui and find the exit nearest to Garden of Stars. To be honest, I forgot the exact exit nearest the park, but there are guide boards to assist you in locating the place





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