Hong KongHong Kong is just amazing. The image usually conjured up by even the most seasoned traveller is one of endless skyscrapers and congested streets, teeming with masses of ever-hurrying people. This is true, in part; but there is much, much more. The average tourist spends two days on a “stopover” in Hong Kong and visits only the urban areas. Ramblers Worldwide Holidays’ groups spend two weeks exploring the unspoilt coastlines and mountain ranges of the New Territories and the traffic-free and verdant islands, which lie within Hong Kong waters.
Weekend walking became more important than a corporate career in management for Julian, so he quit and qualified as a full time tour leader for Ramblers Worldwide Holidays. He believes that it's the best way to discover and observe the world and meet like minded people.
Julian is now one of our Nordic Walking Instructors and looks forward to showing you his technique in 2013.
Our Hong Kong Walking Holidays
Discover a different and changing world.
Hong Kong is a beguiling place to visit; an overbuilt teeming metropolis but with the attraction of stunning walking in the backdrop of the New Territories
A taste of China, ancient and modern - an Adagio holiday
Hong Kong is the ultimate city of contrasts – British Colonialism meets 21st Century China. Here, narrow streets and bustling markets meet open countryside and quiet bays. High rise meets fishing villages. Junks, dim sum, sizzling street stir-fries and green Rolls Royces from the Peninsula Hotel.
Discover the great trading gateways of the Far East
NEW From Toyko to Hong Kong sailing the East China Sea, with ports of call in Kobe (Kyoto) and Nagasaki in Japan, South Korea's honeymoon island of Jeju, and capital city Seoul. We have two days in Beijing before continuing to Dalian and Shanghai before arriving in Hong Kong.
Islands, Idylls and the exotic!
NEW Sailing from Hong Kong through the South China Sea to Singapore visiting Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand along the way. Ports of call include Chan May, Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam, Sihanoukville in Cambodia and Laem Chabang and Koh Samui in Thailand.