Star Ferry is not only a ferry!
When you are told of Star Ferry, you may think of a ferry ride from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon and vise versa. Of course this is true, but if you come on Sunday, Star Ferry has a lot more to offer.
Last Sunday a friend of mine was invited to do a show there. So I went there to support her and took a video around what's happening at the Star Ferry at Central. Click on the video below, and I'll tell you more.
When I got off the tram in Central at Worldwide House, I walked over the footbridge to Star Ferry. On the footbridge level there was weekly organic vegetable market which were held every Sunday where local organic produce are sold. This level is where you actually take the ferry, visit the visitor's centre, take a break at the Subway coffee shop or fine dining at the WaterMark. There are spacious observation decks around. You can relax and admire the beautiful Victoria Harbour.
On the ground level, my friend and her team were invited to do some cultural performances. The video above captured some Cantonese music, while my friend was invited to sing. Some dragon dances and other local cultural shows were held. There were also many other mini stores where you can learn to fold a grasshopper, do some mini handicraft, or learn some organic cooking.
On the ground level is also the terminus of the Big Bus. You can start a hop-on hop-off bus tour around Hong Kong. I have copied the video from the Big Bus website to give you an idea of what a Big Bus Tour has to offer.
Right next to the Big Bus terminus is the Hong Kong Maritime Museum. Hong Kong is a harbour. Hong Kong people's lives are closely related to the sea. You'll find interesting facts and history here together with a very nice souvenior shop.
Come share the fun at Star Ferry!
Daily 06:30 - 23:30
Upper Deck adult - HK$2.5 on weekday and HK$3.4 on weekends
On the footbridge it is connected to the IFC Shopping Mall.