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WWII/British Army Tour

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Learn About Hong Kong’s War History

Discover British Naval History’s mark on Hong Kong on our World War II and British Army Tour. Private and tailored for you, this tour immerses you in the naval history of Hong Kong and its surrounding islands.

Start your day with a dim sum breakfast, then head directly to Tai Mo Shan lookout. At 957 metres, this is the highest peak in the city. Get a great view of the Royal Airforce’s Former Sek Kong Airfield as well as Hong Kong’s border with China.

After this, we check out “Gin Drinkers Lane” which is a series of tunnels used by the British Army to forestall imminent invasion from the Japanese Army in World War II. Next, we hike the Wilson Trail, which takes us to the Wong Nai Chung Reservoir and Stanley Gap Road. On this hike, you encounter a fantastic lookout point where you can see the lush D’Aguilar Peninsula and the ocean beyond. 

Be sure to bring hiking boots, comfortable clothes, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Book your WWII/British Army Tour in Hong Kong now!

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