Hong Kong, meaning ‘Fragrant Harbour’ in the original Cantonese, is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. Hong Kong is a city with multiple identities, where the traditional Cantonese Chinese way of life blends with the colonial way of life, a result of Hong Kong being under British rule for a significant period of time.
Hong Kong is an important hub in East Asia, with global connections to key cities across the world. A true melting pot, it has absorbed people of varied cultures and ethnic backgrounds, thus giving it the well deserved title of ‘Asia’s World City’
Across the Pearl River, the result of hundreds of years of fusion of Asian and European culture comes to life in the gambling paradise of Asia, Macau. Estimated to generate more revenue than even the fabled ‘Las Vegas Strip’, Macau blends old world Portuguese and Cantonese architecture, a distinctive Asian way of life mingled with the Portuguese influence and creates a glitzy vacation destination, unlike any other in the world.
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Arrive at Hong Kong International Airport. Post immigration and disembarkation formalities, our representative will transfer you to the ferry ride across the Pearl River to Macau. Sit back and enjoy a living canvas of river culture. From sailboats to catamarans to fishing boats, the ferry ride gives you your first introduction to the culture you are about to step in. After completing disembarkation policies in Macau, head to the hotel. Once you are checked in, the rest of the day is yours for leisure. If you don’t want to hit the casinos just yet, explore the local beaches of Hac Sa or Cheoc Van. Both beaches are extremely popular among the tourists and the water is just right for a swim. For adventure sport lovers, the bungee jump from Macau towers is rated as the 2nd highest in the world and provides a huge adrenaline rush. You can also try the Sky Jump or the Sky Walk. Overnight stay in Macau.
Macau isn’t only about the casinos, and you get a chance to explore the city on your second day there. Heading out after breakfast, the tour takes you to several historic landmarks including the ruins of St. Paul’s church, sections of the walls around the old city, the A-Ma temple and the Kwan Yam temple. The tour also takes you to Senado Square, the centre of urban Macau for centuries, and Fisherman’s Wharf, famous for it’s theme park and street shopping. Enjoy a lunch at one of the local restaurants along the wharf or closer to your hotel. The rest of the day is yours at leisure. Spend sometime at the breathtaking casinos including the MGM Grand or the Casino Lisboa, with its halls containing many antiques on display from the private collection of the gambling tycoon Stanley Ho. Overnight stay in Macau.
After breakfast, head back to the docks for the ferry ride back to Hong Kong. Upon disembarkation, our representative will transfer you to the hotel and assist you with the check-in formalities. Post checking in to the hotel, the day is yours to explore the city of Hong Kong at leisure. Hong Kong is filled with museums and various, planned heritage expeditions, taking you across Kowloon, the New Territories or Lantau. If not interested in the culture, spend some time along the ferry docks or absorb the local life by taking a ride through Hong Kong on a bus or a tram journey of Hong Kong island. Overnight stay at Hong Kong.
After breakfast, head to Disneyland. The Hong Kong Disneyland resort is located on Lantau island and features a theme park, two resort hotels and a lake recreation centre. The Park has undergone a recent expansion, and offers some great attractions including Toy Story land or the Grizzly Gulch. Spend a fun-filled day with your favorite Disney characters, enjoy some spectacular attractions and make memories at the ‘Magical Kingdom’. Overnight stay at Hong Kong.
After breakfast at the hotel, join the guided tour taking you to some of Hong Kong’s best attractions including the Victorian-era churches of St. John’s Cathedral and St. Andrews Church. Post the tour, the rest of the day is yours to explore the city at leisure. The Kowloon peninsula houses the Hong Kong museum of history and is a must-see tourist destination. The museum boasts of innovative, engaging displays which tell you the story of Hong Kong’s past and it’s evolution into Asia’s most diverse city. At night, take in some of the clubs and lounges which have become famous the world over. Overnight stay at Hong Kong.
After breakfast, head to Hong Kong International airport to board your flight to your next destination.