102 Hong Kong Cruise Reviews

Had a few days in Hong Kong, really enjoyed the days after such a long flight. It is so sad that Hong Kong is going through the unrest it is. Locals were very friendly and helpful, sites visited were great.
Had a few days in Hong Kong, really enjoyed the days after such a long flight. It is so sad that Hong Kong is going through the unrest it is. Locals were very friendly and helpful, sites visited were great. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
I strongly advise not to get a taxi at ocean terminal. We & hundreds of others waited 4 hours for a taxi, 1 came every 10 to 15 minutes. Will have an organised transfer next time. Be careful with the taxis. One of our party was ... Read More
I strongly advise not to get a taxi at ocean terminal. We & hundreds of others waited 4 hours for a taxi, 1 came every 10 to 15 minutes. Will have an organised transfer next time. Be careful with the taxis. One of our party was charged the equivalent of $100 aud to go less than 1k. We paid about $10aud ($60hkd). Make sure you take a photo of the metre reading as they turn it off & you have no proof in case they try to rip you off. The hop on hop off bus is recommended for those not familiar with hk. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We decided to do our own thing in Hong Kong,it is easy to get around the city
We decided to do our own thing in Hong Kong,it is easy to get around the city Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Actually Hong Kong was our second stop. Amazing amount of building. Easy to navigate the metro. Don't miss Tea at the Peninsula Hotel. Fun markets. Easy to explore without a ship's excursion.
Actually Hong Kong was our second stop. Amazing amount of building. Easy to navigate the metro. Don't miss Tea at the Peninsula Hotel. Fun markets. Easy to explore without a ship's excursion. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
stayed in a hotel for the last 2 days of the holiday which was great we made owe own way around and by the big red bus which was great hop on hop off all over the place it took use in 2 days we saw saw so much last night hence to say we ... Read More
stayed in a hotel for the last 2 days of the holiday which was great we made owe own way around and by the big red bus which was great hop on hop off all over the place it took use in 2 days we saw saw so much last night hence to say we had to have a early night for the flight back to England the next day we will be revisiting next year to see more,a good tip you need good walking shoes Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Having been to HK before we planned well before we sailed. The downside was that we could have returned to the ship on the first night, had dinner aboard and enjoyed the fireworks from the deck (or our balcony!). Unfortunately with no ... Read More
Having been to HK before we planned well before we sailed. The downside was that we could have returned to the ship on the first night, had dinner aboard and enjoyed the fireworks from the deck (or our balcony!). Unfortunately with no information from Celebrity we made other arrangements and this was an additional cost to us, not as comfortable as being back on board and so very disappointing. Otherwise HK is a great stop. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Ship provided a shuttle to the metro system thereafter we did our own thing. Bumped into friends off the ship who were on a ship tour several times at key sites. Lots of walking. Could have done with 48hrs really.
Ship provided a shuttle to the metro system thereafter we did our own thing. Bumped into friends off the ship who were on a ship tour several times at key sites. Lots of walking. Could have done with 48hrs really. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Just did our own thing on the jop on hop off bus. Which was great.
Just did our own thing on the jop on hop off bus. Which was great. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
There's a sea day for the 500 miles to Hong Kong. We had a deck burger bar option for lunch, and the officers' farewell reception before dinner. It's another spectacular harbor, with the docking at 9:00AM so you don't ... Read More
There's a sea day for the 500 miles to Hong Kong. We had a deck burger bar option for lunch, and the officers' farewell reception before dinner. It's another spectacular harbor, with the docking at 9:00AM so you don't miss the view sailing in. The ship has a full day and night in Hong Kong before you disembark from the cruise. A startling 60 passengers were on a double ("Star Collector") cruise with this port between them. We had the best berth at the International Port. ( https://goo.gl/maps/jGfEih8xFLK2 ) Our starboard side faced the open harbor and the massive towers of Hong Kong island. A good pitcher might have been able to hit a Star Ferry with a baseball. On the minus side, the exit from the ship requires a very, very long walk through a soulless new shopping mall with all the same-old international luxury brands. The cruise ship access seems to be about 1% of the mall's square footage, but the developer got to make you walk by an entire floor of shops to get to Tsim Sha Tsui. And then you have to walk two blocks back to the Star Ferry terminal, if that's where you're going. My estimate is 1/4-mile to the Tsim Shat Tsui Metro subway stop. With all the Cartier and Miu Miu outlets, it feels like forever. I was last in Hong Kong in 1990. While it's still wonderful, much of it has been redeveloped, cleaned, and sanitized for mass consumption. For example, the Bird Market "street" is now a purpose-built sweep of pavement without residences, with drainage trenches, and multiple spotless covered dumpsters for recycling and, er ... bird debris. There are custom-welded pipe frames to hang up bird cages. The adjacent Flower Market has a little more charm. The Disembarkation cruise-taxi line moved slowly during disembarkation, with single red cabs pulling up (far from the main streets) two minutes apart. But we got a cheerful driver who graciously took us from Airport Terminal 2 to Terminal 1 when I found that (excellent) Vietnam Airways was in the latter building. (It was hard to use their website on my elderly Iphone 5.) Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
Enjoyed looking around this market as over 20 years since wev'e been here.
Enjoyed looking around this market as over 20 years since wev'e been here. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
We disembarked at this port and found Hong Kong a great place to visit and shop. Easy to get around via there transport
We disembarked at this port and found Hong Kong a great place to visit and shop. Easy to get around via there transport Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
Visited the big Buddha by cable car, excellent views. The queues to board cable car were very lenghty p, priority given to tours.
Visited the big Buddha by cable car, excellent views. The queues to board cable car were very lenghty p, priority given to tours. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
We had 2 half days here, each side of an overnight. We were berthed at the Ocean Terminal, which is much more convenient than the Kai Tak Terminal. Hong Kong public transport is easy to use and we have been there before, so we just did a ... Read More
We had 2 half days here, each side of an overnight. We were berthed at the Ocean Terminal, which is much more convenient than the Kai Tak Terminal. Hong Kong public transport is easy to use and we have been there before, so we just did a few sites on our own. Went up the Sky100 Observation Tower, which gives you great views and is well worth doing. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Much bigger than I thought. Took public transport to see the Big Buddha on Lantau Island. Lovely cable car ride and nice walk to the buddha. Plenty of steps to climb so ensure you're fit enough.
Much bigger than I thought. Took public transport to see the Big Buddha on Lantau Island. Lovely cable car ride and nice walk to the buddha. Plenty of steps to climb so ensure you're fit enough. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
You don't need expensive Cruise buses to get into town, there are many taxi nearby or take the free shuttles to the MTR to get into HK central areas.
You don't need expensive Cruise buses to get into town, there are many taxi nearby or take the free shuttles to the MTR to get into HK central areas. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We spent a few nights in Hong Kong at the front of our trip, which helped us acclimate to the time change and city. It was nice to have another day once on the ship. The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is accessible by green minibus #86. Once ... Read More
We spent a few nights in Hong Kong at the front of our trip, which helped us acclimate to the time change and city. It was nice to have another day once on the ship. The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is accessible by green minibus #86. Once checked in, free shuttle buses were available between the terminal and two different mall locations with MRT. Hong Kong is a huge city, but with an extensive and easy-to-use public transit system. We purchased Octopus cards, which could be used on almost all modes of transportation, from MRT, to ferry, to trams, to airport bus. Lots of areas and markets to walk around. The line for the tram to Victoria Peak was long (2.5 hrs), so I'd recommend going early or paying more for tickets that allow you to skip the line. Our favorite thing was taking the Ngong Ping 360 cable car to see the Big Buddha on Lantau Island. We took the local bus back. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We have been here many times. We walked up the peak from our hotel. It is a long way even just from the stairs next to the tram.
We have been here many times. We walked up the peak from our hotel. It is a long way even just from the stairs next to the tram. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018

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