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Small-Group City Heritage Bike Tour in Hong Kong

  • Small-group tour, so you get a more personalized experience with your guide
  • Pedal past top Hong Kong landmarks, such as Man Mo Temple 
  • This city bike tour takes you to places you can’t access by public transport
Small-Group City Heritage Bike Tour in Hong Kong
From US$78.40
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Scheduled City Cultural TourMost Popular
Joining our scheduled tour is a great way to get your bearing of Hong Kong and gain an understanding of the History & Culture behind this great City!
From US$78.37
City Bike Tour + Chinese Meal
After all that cycling you're bound to be hungry looking for a good spot to refuel. Join your guide at our favourite restaurants for a traditional Cantonese meal.
From US$117.56

See Hong Kong’s hidden attractions on this small-group city heritage bike tour. Cut the stress out of travel planning, as your whole day will be organized for you, including bicycle hire. You’ll pedal along backstreets, and see places that can’t be accessed by public transport. Visit Man Mo Temple, go to a local market, and learn about Hong Kong’s culture and history along the way.

What to Expect

Start your day by meeting your guide at a pre-arranged location, and getting your bike, helmet, and bottle of water. You’ll have a safety briefing, and then head to Hollywood Road Park. This is the spot where British Forces first arrived in the 1840s, so you’ll step back in time, and learn about Hong Kong through the ages. 

Next, you’ll pedal past The Temple of a Thousand Surnames, and Hong Kong’s first public hospital. Enjoy a break at Man Mo Temple, where you can light an incense stick and hear about local customs. After this, you’ll head towards Sai Wan Pier, which has earned the nickname of ‘Instagram Pier’ because of its stunning panoramic views. You’ll get an opportunity for a photo break, before heading to some of Hong Kong’s oldest roads. Here you’ll see Hong Kong’s double-decker trams, before ending your tour at the original start point.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun, Fun, Fun !

I did the afternoon bike tour with Joel and despite having visited Hong Kong more than 30 times before, I learnt a lot of new things ! It was a fun and a bit thrilling riding a bike for the first time in HK amidst...More

Thank letsallbefrank
Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile
Bike ride

Had an incredible ride with Joel who was so patient passionate and accommodating! He was amazing and our experience on the road and what we saw was perfect ! Thanks !! Group of 6 women

Thank Leiza K
Reviewed 23 March 2018 via mobile
Best Way to Explore Hong Kong

Joel was extremely knowledgeable about Hong Kong and its history. I learned so much on this tour! And we covered a ton of ground on the bikes. The biking wasn’t challenging at all- it was mostly flat. We saw a lot of Hong Kong and...More

Thank Daniel K
Reviewed 23 March 2018
Great Company, Great Reviews, Great Service!

I am planning on riding with them this fall, but I reached out to them since I wanted to take the public tour. They did not have one the day I needed, but just because I requested it, they put it on the schedule for...More

1  Thank ronnabrody
Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile
Highly Recommend Smooth Ride Cycles!!

Stephen is an excellent guide and host who makes all on the bike ride feel welcomed. He is full of knowledge about the history of Hong Kong and shares his passion with the tour. Thank you for an informative and fun afternoon evening! I loved...More

Thank brianna n
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