Adventures thru the Lens in Hong Kong

Spend an exciting morning and / or evening in Hong Kong with a photographer and adventurer learning how to make great photographs while visiting beautiful places and places off the beaten path.

This tour offers participants an authentic city adventure and rare opportunity to experience Hong Kong from an insider’s point of view.

Your professional photographic guide will point out details invisible to the untrained eye and reveal the best vantage-points on your chosen route. Learn to tell a story through images, take great shots of iconic symbols and capture atmospheric images off the beaten track.

Your Tour Options:

Multi Day Packages possible into the New Territories, Macau and other areas on Request

  • Route 1

    Meet at Central's Statue Square by the entrance to the subway (MTR exit K).

  • Here we will be able to photograph many landmark buildings in the financial centre of Hong Kong as well as visit the oldest outdoor street market of Hong Kong.
    We will then visit Hollywood road temple and the Cat street flea market.
    The walk will wind down the back streets of Sheung Wan area where a lot of "local colour" can still be found. The walk will end at the Sheung Wan MTR station.

  • Route 2

    Meet at the Central Star Ferry pier (next to IFC 2) and we will cross the harbour to Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) via the historical Star Ferry boat.

  • In TST we will walk along the "Avenue of the Stars" promenade and see breathtaking views of the Hong Kong island skyline across the harbour.
    We will then proceed inland towards Yaumatei and complete the walk at the Temple Street night market.

  • Route 3

    Starting in Wan Chai, the area famous as the setting for the Suzy Wong story, and an area undergoing great change, and ending in Tin Hau, we will walk through and visit street markets, fresh food stalls, back streets and temples.

  • First we visit the famously varied and bustling Wan Chai street market, an area of butchers, fish vendors, fruit and vegetable shops, incense, egg, clothing, household goods and toy sellers, among others.
    We then walk down Queens Road to a small, but very popular temple, then up into some quiet “ladder streets” and residential areas. We then make our way to Tin Hau on one of Hong Kong’s famous trams, opportunities for pictures abound, both in and out of the tram.
    At Tin Hau we visit its famous temple, dedicated to the goddess of the sea and then explore the area around the temple.