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Hong Kong’s most symbolic boat is the Aqua Luna and it is one of the last few traditional Chinese boats.
What Is It?
If you’re planning to go to Hong Kong, you can’t miss out on the Aqua Luna. It is one of the last remaining traditional Chinese junk boats left in Hong Kong. It takes you on a spectacular trip from Tsim Sha Tsui & Central on a 45-minute cruise every evening. Aqua Luna, or Cheung Po Tsai (in Cantonese) was launched in 2006.
It is quite a famous tourist attraction in the city! It offers the best view of the Victoria Harbour while you are sipping on your drink. This boat ride offers amazing views of the city skyline aboard. But if you’ve got excellent timing, you can catch the magical Symphony of Lights too.
What’s In It?
This 29 meter long boat is divided into 2 decks with traditional Chinese interiors and furnishing. It can accommodate around 80 guests at a time. With a seaside ambiance and the lovely breeze of the ocean, this is known to be one of the top romantic places in Hong Kong to pop the question.
Cruises: Evening Harbour Cruise, Symphony of Lights Dinner & Cruise, Harbour Discovery Tour, Stanley, Symphony of Lights Cruise, Dim Sum Cruise, Late Cruise, Lamma Island, Cheung Chau Island
Approx cost: 150 HKD to 500 HKD
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*Kamiya Jani, Editor-in-chief, Curly Tales explored the Aqua Luna as a part of a FAM trip to Hong Kong*
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