Hongkong & Macau

Hongkong and Macau are two special administrative region of China , functioning separately as an Autonomous territory. Though they are part of china still each one has its own government, money, police force, schools, and even languages.  If you will travel from Macau to Hong Kong to mainland China, Then your passport gets stamped every time you enter or exit these territories. Hongkong is a city of skyscrapers, amusement parks, ancient traditions and heavenly food will fascinate, The city also boasts a vibrant cultural scene that features the eclectic influences of its Chinese roots, colonial connections and a wondrous pool of homegrown talent. Have the time of your life shopping in Causeway Bay. Remember not to miss the restaurants on the streets . Visit Kowloon – another bustling city which promises yet another dose of shopping, eating, entertainment and cultural attractions. Don’t miss to visit Disneyland , The Big Buddha , Ocean park , Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay, Sky100 Observation Deck and the Golden Bauhinia!

On the other hand Macau is a city of duality. Its fortresses, churches and the culinary traditions of its former Portuguese colonial masters speak to a uniquely Mediterranean style on the China coast. Macau is the ‘Vegas of the East’, the only place in China where gambling is legal. Don’t forget to visit Macau tower and Venetian resort.

Day 01: Arrive Macau

On arrival at Hong Kong airport you need to board the APM (automated people mover) to reach the Ferry terminal and get aboard the ferry for Macau. Upon arrival you take the free shuttle coach to reach the hotel. Check-in and relax for rest of the day.

Macau is known as ‘Vegas of the East’ and it has Number of world class casinos to offer.  You may choose to hop around the casinos of different hotels by hiring local taxis. Don’t miss to visit the famous Venetian’s Casino and spend some time enjoying the “Venice style Gondola ride”.

Overnight stay at Macau.

Day 02: Macau

Proceed for half day city tour. Macau is best known for its casinos but there is a lot else to see and indulge in. Visit the ruins of St Paul’s Cathedral, the A-Ma Temple, Senado Square and Macau Observation Tower.

In the evening you may opt to visit the Macau Tower for a dinner in the revolving restaurant. While dining you see a 360 degree view of the illuminated city.

Overnight stay at Macau.

Day 03: Macau – Hong Kong

Checkout hotel and transfer to Macau pier by Hotel Coach, Board ferry to Hong Kong. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure.

In evening Proceed for Hong Kong by night tour.

This tour allows you to experience the vibrancy of Hong Kong’s nightlife. First, visit the Temple Street Night Market and check out street theatre performances. Then take an open-top bus for a fun ride along Nathan Road through Hong Kong’s neon-lit street scenery; hop aboard the Harbour Cruise – Bauhinia for a sumptuous buffet dinner and live band as you sail around Hong Kong’s stunningly beautiful Victoria Harbour. Finally, enjoy the Symphony of Lights multimedia light and sound show, which is best viewed directly from the harbour itself.

Overnight stay at Hongkong.

Day 04: Hong Kong

Proceed for half day city tour. Visit the Man Mo Temple, Aberdeen Fishing Village, Repulse Bay and end at Stanley Market.

Later proceed to Ocean Park tour – it is a marine-life theme park featuring animal exhibits, thrill rides and shows. In Ocean park don’t forget to visit rainforest, Amazing Asian Animals , Aqua City And Polar Adventure . Also experience the joy and thrill of SkyFair, a huge helium-filled balloon measuring 22 metres in diameter which soars more than 100 metres into the sky. Other popular attractions have included the Ocean Theatre, Abyss Turbo Drop, and the Mine Train.

Overnight stay at Hongkong.

Day 05: Hong Kong

An eventful day begin with Visit to Disneyland , Embark on a magical journey through four themed lands – Main Street U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland, and Tomorrowland.  You may hop on to the Disneyland Railroad for a relaxing journey around the park. Learn the secret of how to draw Mickey Mouse and his friends in the Animation Academy. To top it all – you can watch the “Disney in the Stars” fireworks at night.

Overnight stay at Hongkong.

Day 06: Hong Kong

Today being you’re your day with travel to Lantau Island, Here you will board the Ngong Ping Cable Car, which connects Tung Chung and Ngong Ping. As you travel up to the Tian Tan Buddha, enjoy panoramic views of the Giant Buddha, North Lantau Country Park, the Hong Kong International Airport and views of the South China Sea.  When you reach the Tian Tan Buddha, ascend the 268 steps to reach its base and explore the 3-floor museum beneath the statue. The museum includes a relic of Sakyamuni, The Hall of Remembrance, The Hall of Benevolent Merit, and The Hall of Universe. Enjoy your day at Lantau Island.

Day 07: Hong Kong

Check-out hotel at 1100 hrs and get transfer to airport as per Flight schedule.

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