Crystal Bus, a 47-seater double-decker bus, has been launched in Hong Kong to offer sightseeing tours around the city while travellers dine on Michelin-star dishes.
Day tours last 2.5 hours and take place twice daily. The tour visits attractions such as the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Lantau Link View Point and Hong Kong Space Museum, where travellers also have an opportunity to alight for photos.
Costing HK$380 (US$49) per person, day tour tickets include a Michelin-star dim sum set. Also included in the price are audio guide devices that provide guests with a history of each attraction in Japanese, Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin and English.
Meanwhile, night tours are only available for entire bus book-outs. This five-hour tour will offer a customised attraction route, while Michelin-star meals include seafood, Chinese or Western cuisine.
The booking fee from Monday to Thursday costs HK$8,800, and on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and on the eve of public holidays will cost HK$12,800, including drinks and snacks. Additional charges for extra dishes or drinks apply.