Hong Kong lies on south coast of China and is encircled by South China Sea and Pearl River Delta. It is categorised as Special Administrative Region (SAR) and is a part of China but it retains its own currency and legal system. Formerly, Hong Kong used to be a British colony and due to that, it forms a unique travel destination for people around the globe. Though, legally, it is a part of mainland China, it enjoys a great degree of autonomy. Cantonese and English both are accepted as official languages of Hong Kong, which makes travelling easier for English-speaking travellers. One can avail exciting Hong Kong tour packages at competitive prices and enjoy exploring this city in a very hassle-free manner. Hong Kong is a land blessed with rocky islands and hazy mountains. Travellers get attracted towards this part of the world owing to many reasons. To witness the very famous skyline of the city, travellers can go to Victoria Peak, which is a well-known vantage point. From this place, one can see one of the finest harbours of the world and a stunning stretchy skyline. The best time to plan a trip to the Victoria Peak is just before the sunset, because at this time one can get an opportunity to see that how city lights lightens up the city after the sun goes down. A trip to this site should never be missed while holidaying in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is quite popular for its nightlife and the options that it opens up for tourists who keep looking for shopping items. One of the best places to experience Hong Kong-style shopping is Temple Street Night Market, which sells abundant items of strikingly different categories. Streets markets in Hong Kong are happening places while on the other hand there are many shopping complexes, supermarkets and departmental stores in the city. Hong Kong is also famous for internationalist mouth-watering cuisine, which can be savoured at one of the many swanky restaurants across the city. The weather in Hong Kong city is temperate round the year, making it ideal for taking on a Hong Kong vacation in any season. From October to December, the city receives very less amount of rainfall. People who enjoy seeing cultural activities can plan their visit to this happening city between February and April as it is the time when Hong Kong Arts Festival is held.
Day 1: Arrival in Hong Kong Overnight at hotel
Arrive in Hong Kong, Asia’s world city and be transferred to the hotel. After checking into the hotel, spend the rest of the day at leisure or take an optional tour of Hong Kong by night. This optional tour will include a one way peak tram ride to view the Victoria Peak which is at 1,503 feet above the sea level and providesbreathtaking panoramic views of the city. It attracts close to 7 million visitors annually, and you can click pictures of the Hong Kong skyline and visit Madame Tussauds. Victoria Peak offers everything from casual cafes to fine dining venues. Later on, we shall give you a one hour free shopping stop in the Night Market. Return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 2: Hong Kong (Sightseeing),
Enjoy breakfast and get ready to catch a glimpse of the lifestyle of Hong Kong Island. Visit the Aberdeen Fishing Village, which is home to the ‘boat people’ (fishermen) and renders a picturesque view of fishing boats, trawlers and yachts (Sam Pan Cruise Tours on Optional). Also, visit the most famous beach in Hong Kong – Repulse Bay Beach. We shall also take you to the age old Jewelry Factory in Hong Kong and a souvenir shop. At the end of the tour, we shall take you to the Avenue of Stars – a tribute to the Hong Kong film industry. Return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 3: Hong Kong (Hong Kong Disneyland),
After enjoying breakfast, proceed to Disneyland for a fun-filled day at the theme park. The Hong Kong Disneyland is as happening as its American counterpart. Walking cartoon characters, fun-filled rides and delicious food, this is the young Hong Kong’s hang out for unlimited entertainment and fun. Return to the hotel foracomfortable overnight stay.
Day 4: Transfer to Macau
Enjoy breakfast and head out to the pier to board your ferry to Macau, the city of glitz and glamour. Now, transfer to the hotel and spend the day at leisure. Thereafter, return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 5: Macau Sightseeing Tour,
After a delicious breakfast, go for a half-day city tour of Macau which will cover places such as the Ruins of St. Paul’s Church, a 17th century Portuguese Cathedral. During this tour, you will also get to visit other important places of attraction such as the Fisherman’s Wharf and A-Ma Temple. After the city tour, enjoy a visit to the Macau Tower. Thereafter, return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 6: Departure from Macau,
With a lovely breakfast, our journey comes to an end. Hope you had a truly memorable