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Hong Kong Photography Trip

Feb 19, 2024 - Feb 26, 2024

Photography Photography

$1,695 USD

25% due at booking

Hong Kong Photography Trip

Feb 19, 2024 - Feb 26, 2024

$1,695  USD

25% due at booking

On this trip we want to give participants the opportunity to get first hand experience with anything and everything photography/film-making related. This will be highlighted through our various workshops, mentoring, on-location shooting, and guided travels to picturesque destinations in Hong Kong. Not only do we want to provide value to their photo-making skills, but also educate and support the business side of things when it comes to the creative industry. With 4 major creators in this space, we are open to answering anything and everything that we know; No gate keeping here. This ensures that a one week trip will teach life-long lessons for growth and success. We want to foster a trip full of energy and adventure, where we can let participants leave with impactful memories, and newfound friendships from their journey to Hong Kong. With a trip full of unique locations and unforgettable experiences, we want to make this an opportunity of a lifetime.

8 days, 7 nights

Up to 20 people

3-4 star hotel

Breakfast daily, lunch x1

Feb 19th, 2024

Feb 26th, 2024


Accommodation - twin share (3-4 star hotel)

Meals - breakfast daily, lunch x1


Local English speaking tour guide

Editing Workshop

Social Media Workshop

Street Photography Sessions

Night Photography Sessions

Portfolio Reviews

Business Workshop

Admission fees for tourist attractions



Travel insurance (required)

Some meals


Your hosts

Moses, Wil, Willis & Sam

Moses, Wil, Willis & Sam are a collective group of creatives that share a passion for photography filmmaking. With an audience combined close to 1.5 million followers, this group of creatives inspire the community around them with the photography and filmmaking content they share online. The photos they create aren’t just snapshots; they’re a sneak peek into each of their individual styles and perspectives on the world around them. With this group’s unique perspectives that they share to the creative community – Moses, Sam, Willis & Wil are all about collaboration, inspiring each other to grow and push their craft out of the comfort zone.


Day 1. Welcome to Hong Kong!

After checking into the group hotel we will head out to explore the local area and have a group dinner.

Day 2. Victoria Peak, Stanley Market & more

This morning, we will go to the Man Mo Temple. Man Mo Temple is a historic Taoist temple in Hong Kong known for its serene ambiance and vibrant red and gold interiors.

We will then go to the Upper Lascar Row. Upper Lascar Row, also known as “Cat Street” in Hong Kong, is a vibrant and bustling market street filled with antique shops, curios, and vintage treasures, making it a haven for collectors and treasure hunters.

Our next stop will be Art Lan. Art Lane is a dynamic and creative space in which art enthusiasts can immerse themselves in a diverse array of artistic expressions, showcasing the vibrant cultural scene of the city.

Victoria Peak is our next stop. The most famous tourist attraction in Hong Kong. We will take the one-way Peak Tram (in operation since 1888) to arrive at the top of the peak. It is the first motorized public transport after Hong Kong was colonized and the first funicular railway in Asia. The Peak Tower in the shape of a bowl standing on the top of Victoria Peak is a masterpiece of the famous British architect Terry Farrel. It is a good place for sightseeing, entertainment, dining, and shopping on Victoria Peak.

The next attraction today is Stanley Market. Stanley is a beautiful seaside village in the south of Hong Kong. It was once a British military stronghold and the administrative center of Hong Kong Island as well as the location of Hong Kong’s heavily guarded prison. Stanley Market is an open-air market with stalls and shops selling all kinds of goods including traditional Chinese crafts, antiques, rattan products, paintings and calligraphy works, clothing and fabrics are laid out end to end, so you can buy some souvenirs here.

Day 3. Big Buddha, Tai O Fishing Village, Lantau Island and more

After breakfast at our hotel, we will visit Lantau Island. Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong. Its main peak, Phoenix Mountain, is the second-highest peak in Hong Kong. It is a great place to feel nature and relax. There are Po Lin Monastery and a Bronze Buddha on the top of the mountain. And you will take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car getting there. Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car is considered on of the best cable car experiences in the world. Along the way you will enjoy the view of Tung Chung city center and Hong Kong International Airport. Then you will pass Maitreya Mountain, overlooking the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, and finally reach the Ngong Ping Bazaar and the Big Buddha. The Big Buddha is the largest open-air bronze seated Buddha statue in the world, made of 202 pieces of bronze welded together. The total height of the Buddha statue, lotus seat, and base is about 34 meters. The Buddha statue has the sculpture characteristics during the heyday of Sui and Tang Dynasty Buddhism. The Buddha statue is designed according to the thirty-two phases of the Buddhist scriptures, and its face refers to the Lushna Buddha in the Longmen Grottoes.

After that, we will visit the Tai O Fishing Village. Put aside the bustling cities and crowds. Come to Tai O Fishing Village to experience a different fisherman culture. Tai O Fishing Village is like a microcosm of the earliest Hong Kong’s small fishing village. Here you will see sheds built on the water. Some sampans are floating on the water. Everything here looks very historical. After that, we will drive back to your hotel before heading out to dinner and to explore the city some more.

Day 4. Ferry to Lamma Island

Today we embark on a scenic adventure to Lamma Island via a delightful ferry ride. Departing from Central, Hong Kong, the journey offers stunning seascapes. Upon arrival, immerse yourself in the island’s serene charm, characterized by lush landscapes and traditional fishing villages. Explore its narrow lanes, savour local seafood delicacies, and absorb the laid-back atmosphere. Lamma Island promises a tranquil escape, blending nature, culture, and authentic Hong Kong experiences.

We’ll then return to the city and find another one of Hong Kong’s beautiful selection of restaurants and continue to explore it’s vibrant night life.

Day 5. Wong Tai Sin Temple, Chin Lin Nunnery & light show illuminating the Hong Kong skyline

After breakfast, we’ll commence our day with a visit to Wong Tai Sin Temple, renowned for fulfilling wishes upon request. Consider your desires while we proceed to explore Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden. Established in 1934 and beautifully restored in the Tang dynasty style in 1990, Chi Lin Nunnery boasts elegant wooden architecture, precious Buddhist artifacts, and serene lotus ponds. Nearby, you’ll discover the tranquil Nan Lian Garden, designed in the Tang dynasty’s fashion amidst Diamond Hill’s high-rise apartments.

Next on our itinerary is Kowloon Walled City Park, a serene and historic oasis in the heart of Hong Kong, offering insight into the city’s rich history, once marked by the densely populated Kowloon Walled City.

We’ll then venture to K11 Musea, a groundbreaking cultural-retail destination seamlessly combining art, culture, and luxury shopping, offering an immersive and distinctive experience.

Our journey continues to the Avenue of the Stars, a waterfront promenade in Tsim Sha Tsui that pays tribute to Hong Kong’s cinematic luminaries. Here, you can admire a towering statue of Bruce Lee. Finally, we’ll return to the hotel.

At 20:00, don’t miss the mesmerizing A Symphony of Lights show, a multimedia spectacle that brilliantly illuminates Hong Kong’s iconic skyline. This captivating display blends synchronized lights, lasers, and music, showcasing the city’s vibrant energy and architectural splendor.

Day 6. Mong Kok Streets, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and more

This morning, you’ll begin your journey at the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC), a dynamic artistic hub in Hong Kong. JCCAC nurtures local artists and creatives by offering affordable studio spaces, exhibition venues, and collaborative opportunities, fostering a vibrant artistic community.

Next, you’ll explore the Dragon Centre, a prominent Hong Kong shopping mall known for its diverse retail outlets, entertainment choices, and dining experiences. This makes it a popular destination for both locals and tourists.

Following that, we’ll venture into the lively Mong Kok Streets, renowned for their vibrant atmosphere and bustling activity, making them a haven for street photography enthusiasts. Dive into its lively markets, capture the neon-lit signs, and snap unique shots of the bustling crowds.

Your subsequent destination is the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, situated along the waterfront and offering a picturesque view of Hong Kong Island’s iconic skyline. This location is particularly enchanting during sunset, making it an excellent spot for capturing the city’s beauty.

Day 7. Final full day to explore Hong Kong

Today is our final full day in Hong Kong and one that we have decided to leave open and flexible for the group to decide how they spend their time.

Day 8. Check out and Farewell

After a morning shoot and breakfast, it is time to check out and farewell new friends.

Trip Photos

Important Notes


If you cancel a Pending trip, your deposit will be fully refundable.

If you cancel your booking for a confirmed trip, some fees may apply.

Cancellation of a confirmed trip 61+ days before the commencement of your trip, your deposit will be transferrable to another trip. If you cancel a confirmed trip 60 days or less before its commencement then payments will not be refundable.

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