Hong Kong Cruise Port Guide

You will immediately be swept away in the boundless energy of Hong Kong. This once-sleepy harbor town has blossomed into an international trade hub and fascinating departure port for cruises to Asia. The city is globally renowned for its rich culture, Confucian traditions, and incredible restaurants.

Cruise from Hong Kong to the beautiful Vietnamese coast, where you can explore the ancient city of Hue, or to Taipei, the modern Taiwanese capital. Explore traditional cultural heritage sites in Kyoto, or Majestic Mt. Fuji while in Japan. Bask in the sun on the white sandy beaches of Subic Bay, Philippines, or marvel at the Reclining Buddha at the Wat Pho temple in Bangkok. Embark on a cruise to or from Hong Kong with Celebrity Cruises.

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Many cruises incorporating Hong Kong also call at bustling Hanoi, capital of Vietnam and a city immersed in culture and history. Hue is another popular port of call, where you’ll learn more about Vietnam’s past on a visit to the Dai Noy Citadel, a magnificent walled fortress. Nha Trang, meanwhile, is a buzzing coastal resort and vibrant beach town, famous for its diving and nightlife. In Ho Chi Minh City, the vibrant economic center of the country, you can visit the extraordinary War Remnants Museum and explore temples where incense hangs heavy in the air.

Bangkok, Thailand

Tempt your best sense of adventure and relaxation all at once in the magical city of Bangkok, Thailand. Bangkok is famous for its spicy street food, but it also has eight restaurants that offer world-renowned international dining experiences. Make sure to see the 150-foot reclining Buddha statue at the Wat Pho temple, where you can also get an amazing Thai massage treatment on site. For great views and quick, efficient transport around the city, ride the Sky Train. Then take an exhilarating trip around Chatuchak Market, which provides immense options for shopping from thousands of vendor stalls and merchants. 


Singapore is one of the most sophisticated and modern cities on earth, with a culture that seamlessly integrates western and eastern traditions. You’ll find world-class luxury shopping on Orchard Road, authentic local cuisine in Chinatown or Little India, and impeccably manicured garden spaces and parks. At the Gardens by the Bay, visit the incredible Cloud Forest, an indoor domed biosphere showcasing indoor waterfalls and exotic plant species. Gaze up at the vertical gardens at Supertree Grove, and head up to the Supertree Observatory for dizzying views down over the Marina Bay waterfront. There are more dazzling views of Singapore from the oval-shaped observation deck on the 57th floor atop the iconic Marina Bay Hotel.   

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Why Sail From Hong Kong With Celebrity Cruises

When you sail from Hong Kong with Celebrity, you enjoy an experience in the setting of a chic, contemporary ship. On board Celebrity Solstice, you can treat yourself to blissful days at sea in the world-class spa, bask around the shimmering pool, or enjoy some sun at The Lawn Club. For an exclusive, premium experience, book The Retreat, where exquisite dining, concierge service, and stunning all-suite accommodations are waiting for you. 

Celebrity’s Asia cruises from Hong Kong offer overnight port stays, culturally unique itineraries, luxury shopping opportunities, and modern amenities on board. From some of the world’s most iconic cuisines to white sand beaches, paddleboat rides through the jungle, and tours of Shinto shrines, this is an experience of a lifetime. Book your Asia cruise from Hong Kong on Celebrity Solstice and embark on an adventure that will stimulate all the senses.

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Hong Kong Port Facilities & Location

When you board a cruise from Hong Kong, you’ll leave from the sleek Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Arrive a little early before your departure time to explore the largest rooftop garden in the city, conveniently located within the cruise terminal. If you need to exchange currency, there’s a station within the terminal as well as ATMs and complimentary WiFi.

Top Sights & Attractions for Cruises to Hong Kong

The Peak

A tram up to The Peak is a must-do activity before departing on a Hong Kong cruise. A 360-degree view of the city is promised from the top, and you’ll be amazed by the port and the Hong Kong skyline opening up before you. At the top, restaurants and shopping offer plenty to do after you’ve taken in the view.

Man Mo Temple

As one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong, Man Mo Temple was built in the 1800s and offers a stark contrast among Hong Kong’s modern, sleek skyline. Inside, this ornate temple glows with red and gold altars honoring the gods of war and literature. Take a tour and pause to reflect at this national monument.

Victoria Harbour

A walk along Victoria Harbour is a must for travelers itching to experience the magic of Hong Kong. There are different ferry experiences at the harbor throughout the day. Walk along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade for an afternoon stroll on the way to cultural attractions like the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Cultural Center.

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Top Things to Do in Hong Kong

See the Tallest Outdoor Buddha in the World

Po Lin Monastery is one of Hong Kong’s most famous experiences. At over 100 feet tall, the seated Buddha is the tallest of its kind and is an enduring religious site that Buddhists all over the world flock to. It’s a beautiful place to walk in quiet and burn incense as a sign of worship and respect. Take in the elaborate carvings, decorations, and golden Buddha statues as you walk through the monastery.

Enjoy a Symphony of Lights

Board a nighttime ferry boat at Victoria Harbour for a ride across the port of Hong Kong, where a stunning lightshow will amaze you. Laser lights dance across the skyline from the city’s tallest skyscrapers while synced up with music, similar to light shows in Singapore and other metropolitan destinations. You’re sure to be wowed by this dramatic spectacle.

Shop at Temple Street Night Market

When you’re ready to go shopping for souvenirs and antiques, look no further than the massive Temple Street Night Market, which is one of the largest markets in the city. Temple Street personifies the Hong Kong market experience. If you’re feeling daring, haggle with your vendor to snag a great deal on a souvenir.

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