Tours can depart every Wednesday and Saturday from October through May.
It would take nerves of steel to ride a bike in Hong Kong downtown, but the untouched New Territories are an entirely different matter. This guided outing is not just a soft workout on two wheels, it includes a visit to an age old walled village, a mysterious tree house and an internationally recognized bird migration area.
This tour runs from 9:00am to 2:30pm, plus a visit to the wetland park, in which we recommend you spend at least one hour. The cost is HK$770 (US$100) per person for the full day tour and Wetland Park entrance.
*A half day tour is available from 9AM-12:30PM, ending with a delicious DimSum lunch.
Tour prices: HK$770 (USD100) per person for full day tour, which includes the Wetland Park entrance. *HK$670 (USD87) for a half day tour and lunch.
Included in the tour:
The admission price for children is the same as adults. Children aged 3 and older are welcome on the tours. Children aged 3-6 can travel in child seats mounted on their parents’ bike. In the case of children aged 6-9, we can attach a one-wheeled bike to the parents’ bike. However, many children aged 8 or over should be able to ride their own bike. We can provide a smaller frame and/or a 24” wheeled frame in this case.
If a family with three or more children joins a tour; we will consider a child discount of 15% for the third, fourth, or fifth child.
Please book a minimum of three days prior to your desired departure date Normally, the minimum participation needed for a tour to go ahead is four people on any given date.
Booking and payment is required prior to departure. Your tour will be refunded if it is cancelled due to insufficient participants, a black storm warning, or typhoon category 3 and above.
For more details about the itinerary, as well as how to get to and from our starting point, please go to this tour's detail page.
First we will cycle through Kam Tin Walled City, and then onto the historic village of Shui Tau, with its Old Schoolhouse Museum and Ancestral Halls. Following, we are off to the nearby Mystery Tree House, with 850 years of history to pore over! From the Tree House we cycle to Nam Sheng Wai, an area known for its many bird species.
Continuing on we arrive at the old city of Yuen Long. Here we will join in a delicious DimSum lunch. After lunch those who have joined the half day option will depart and the rest of us will continue cycling through Yuen Long to the Fish Ponds of Tsim Bei Tsui and the border fence of China! Across the bay you will see China, while on the other side, we will ride through some of the best bird migration areas Hong Kong has to offer, situated right behind the Wetland Park.
If time allows, our next stop will be Lau Fau Shan, an ancient fishing village with an interesting market and oyster beds. Finally, we finish our ride, cycling back towards Hong Kong’s very own Wetland Park. You are free to explore at your leisure, however we recommend you allow two hours to enjoy it. The Wetland Park closes at 5:00PM, so we will try to be there by 2:30PM. Transport after the Wetland Park will be suggested by our guide before he says good-bye to the the group..
Any Tourist can do it! Make your way to the West Rail Station and the Kam Sheung Rd, West Rail Stop by 9AM. We will meet you at Exit A. Ask your hotel concierge for directions if the map isn’t clear. Kam Sheung Rd. Station is a 45-minute trip from Hong Kong Island, and 30 minutes from Kowloon.