The Far East is closer than you think. Spend three glorious days and nights in Hong Kong before your ship even sets sail. Add a Celebrity City Stay to your cruise.

Day 1


We'll greet you at the airport to whisk you off to the stunning Conrad Hong Kong, where the style and splendor of the city will be steps away for you to enjoy.


The day is yours, and so is Hong Kong. Have your face read by one of the city's many corner physiognomists. Venture off to see one of Art Basel Hong Kong's famed galleries. Stunning scenery or cosmopolitan ambiance—it's all here. The choices are limitless. And your Celebrity Cruises Hospitality Desk can help you make the most of it.


Relax and recoup. Or dine and discover. There's so much to do in this vibrant city. Go to the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront to enjoy a spectacular display of lights. Or experience some more local Hong Kong culture on foot by weaving through the markets and shops on Tung Choi Street.

Day 2


After your complimentary breakfast, your expert-led tour awaits. First stop? Selfies atop majestic Victoria Peak. Enjoy the tram ride up to see stunning views of the island, harbor, and Kowloon. Get your shopping bags ready to buy souvenirs at Stanley Market—one of the world's great bazaars. Catch expert craftsmanship in action at a local jewelry factory. Finally, take a one-of-a-kind ride on a sampan houseboat, home to Aberdeen's "water people" who live on these unique vessels.


Authentic Dim Sum? Yes please! Aboard one of the city's famous floating restaurants? Absolutely. And after your complimentary lunch, wrap up your tour by hitting the shops on Hollywood Road (Antique Street) and discover lotus lamps, Mao badges, and rarities from the Ming dynasty.


Looking for DJs, dancing, and dice? Take a 45-minute ferry ride to exciting Macau, known as the Vegas of Asia. Prefer a cocktail and a couch? Unwind in a cozy corner of your hotel bar. Our Hospitality Desk can help plan the perfect evening for you.

Day 3


After breakfast, explore the city on your own. For foodies and families, Kowloon's Sham Shui Po district is a favorite, featuring treats like sweet tea, crispy buns, and gloopy congee. Your hotel's posh spa is also ready to pamper you with a luxurious massage or a relaxing soak in the whirlpool.


Your guided tour takes you on a mystical trip to Chuk Lam Shim Yuen (Bamboo Forest Monastery) which has some of Hong Kong's largest temples, complete with a giant golden Buddha. Led by a local expert, your trip will show you the Lo Wai walled village, a communal living structure protected by a fortress belonging to the Tang Clan. Travel to Luen Wo Market and savor the smells of one of the biggest indoor food markets in the New Territories.


We invite you to enjoy a farewell feast where each dish transports your palate to a different corner of China. Ready for more after your tour? Feel free to explore Hong Kong on your own. An open-air Cantonese opera is close by. Or head to your hotel restaurant for breathtaking views and world-class wines. Check in with your Celebrity Cruises Hospitality Desk for recommendations, reservations, and reviews customized just for you.

What's Included

  • 3 nights in the luxurious Conrad Hong Kong Hotel, with breakfasts
  • Full day, fully guided City Highlights Tour, including lunch
  • Celebrity Cruises Hospitality Desk in your hotel
  • All airport and seaport transfers

How to Book

  • First, book your cruise (or Sign In)
  • Then, simply add your City Stay package when you manage your reservation
  • Or call us at 1-888-751-7804, or contact your travel agent


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