About the Biking Tour
|Starting Time: Every Wednesday at 2pm|
|Meeting Point: Mong Kok MTR Exit B3 (Outside)|
|Find Us: Find yellow T-shirt/jacket with "The Hong Kong Free Tours"|
|Duration: Around 5 hours (3 hours biking time)|
|Distance: Approximately 25km|
|Difficulty: Moderate - 95% paved bike lane and mostly flat, going up & down by less than 20 meters|
|Booking: Simply show up with a smile!|
|Fee: 200 HKD per person (Bike rental plus a beer/drink included)|
|Cancellation: Please note this tour may be canceled if typhoon signal 3 or yellow rain signal is hoisted. If there is cancellation due to weather condition, a notice will be posted in this website at least one hour in advance. Please contact us here if you are not sure.|
|Tour Description: In this tour, we will first meet at Mong Kok station and take MTR to Tai Wai station. From there we will take a one way bike rental and start biking to Tai Mei Tuk together (click here for Google Map). During the 3.5 hours bike ride, you will get to enjoy the scenery along the road and even joining karaoke and line dancing with the locals! The tour ends at about 25 km away from the bike shop and it is possible to have a traditional Poon Choi dinner at the end.
At the end of the tour, we will provide directions on how you catch a minibus back to the nearest MTR station (six stops away from meeting location).
- Tsang Tai Uk
- Local Karaoke and Line Dancing
- Shing Mun River
- Hong Kong Science Park
- Tai Po Waterfront Park
- Tsz Shan Monastery
- Plover Cove Reservoir
Reviews on Tripadvisor
cybaric - Greater Sydney, Australia
"We had a great afternoon on bike tour to areas of Hong Kong that are not on the usual tourist itineraries. It took us almost 4 hours on mostly flat bike paths to ride from Tai Wai station around the bay to a dam wall where we arrived in time to see a beautiful sunset."
Visited December 2016
tnlw92 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
"Michael describes the historical places along the way of the cycling path, hence it's not just a cycling adventure but also another way to learn more about HK. ... Laid back lifestyle, fresh air with a sense of achievement when you get to catch the sunset after the bike ride."
Visited December 2016
"We had a brilliant time biking along paved bike routes, which are safe for novice cyclers. ... We checked out one of the city's last walled village and a semi-private monastery up in the hills. We celebrated the end of our bike ride with a beer by the bay..."
Visited November 2016
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