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Hong Kong Layover at Night

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I have started looking at flights to see family in Bangkok. I flew over once before through Hong Kong and literally had to run to catch my connecting flight. I can choose another really short layover or I can pick flights that give me more time in Hong Kong. Lots of the longer layover times are at night - like late night, with flight leaving the next morning. I have several questions. What could I do at night as far as sight seeing and how much time would I need for each? Also, how much would they cost?

A night harbor tour would be interesting if they operate late enough, but what else is there to do at night? (As a not-so spring chicken, I'm not into clubbing. I will also probably be shopped out from Bangkok.)

If none of the sights are open at night, then I might just go the quick layover route.

Anyone have any idea about the cost of having a guide? Is it worth the money for a layover?

Thanks for your help.

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