Hong Kong & Macau Experience

Indulge in a melting pot of British, Portuguese and Chinese flavours on this short hop through Hong Kong and Macau. Indulge in a melting pot of British, Portuguese and Chinese flavours on this short hop through Hong Kong and Macau – dramatic skyscrapers and bustling street markets are yours to explore.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s soaring skyline provides a magnificent backdrop for your soulful encounter with one of the world’s busiest cities – a shopping, cultural and dining mecca and your home for the next three nights. On arrival, you’ll be transferred to your hotel in the heart of Kowloon.

Hotel: Park Hotel, 3 nights

Day 2: Hong Kong

This morning, we ascend to the top of Victoria Peak, taking the funicular railway which has ferried visitors up to the 373-metre summit since 1888. Admire the iconic views over Victoria Harbour and the lush hills that loom beyond glittering skycrapers. Our City Tour continues to Aberdeen Fishing Village where we’ll ‘Dive Into Culture’ and embark on a sampan ride for insights into the lives of the fishermen who live and work on their boats. Next, we’ll indulge in a steaming Dim Sum lunch on board the famous Jumbo Floating Restaurant, favoured by international celebrities and dignitaries. Then it’s time for some bargain hunting Hong Kong-style as we venture to Stanley Market, one of Hong Kong’s oldest settlements. Strolling along its promenade and past stalls laden with memorabilia, clothes and other trinkets, it will be hard to imagine its colourful past as a pirate and smugglers’ haunt. We’ll return to our hotel later, enjoying an evening at leisure to immerse ourselves in the vibrant nightlife of Hong Kong.

Day 3: Hong Kong – Macau – Hong Kong

The dazzling playground of Macau takes centre stage today as we board a high-speed ferry bound for its glitz and glamour. On arrival, we’ll meet our ‘Local Specialist’ who will accompany us throughout the day and reveal how 400 years of Portuguese colonial rule have made their mark on the culture and cuisine of this Chinese territory. We’ll drive along the Guia Circuit (Grand Prix Race Track) and see the golden statue of Kun Lam, the Goddess of Mercy before stopping at the 15th century Taoist A-Ma Temple dedicated to the Chinese Sea Goddess. Legend has it that Portuguese sailors named the enclave A-Ma-Gao to thank her for saving their ship in a storm. We continue to Macau Tower, ascending to its Observation Deck for panoramic views of the Macau cityscape, China, the Pearl River and even some islands of Hong Kong on a clear day. After lunch, we’ll visit the intricately carved stone façade that is all that remains of St. Paul’s. Then, we’ll walk through the historic Senado Square towards Monte Fort, the former residence of governors and bastion against attempted invasions. Our final stop today will be to hedge your bets at one of Macau’s top casinos before returning to Hong Kong by ferry.

Day 4: Depart Hong Kong

Our brief encounter with Hong Kong’s imposing skyline and the glamour of Macau at its end, we’ll take a transfer to Hong Kong International Airport for your onward flight.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
Departs daily from Singapore:
02 January - 11 January
$2,825.00$3,625.00
12 January- 22January
$2,995.00$3,995.00
23 January - 29 January$2,825.00$3,625.00
30 January - 14 March$2,995.00$3,995.00
15 March - 31 March$2,825.00$3,625.00
01 April - 07 April$2,995.00$3,995.00
08 April - 30 April$2,825.00$3,625.00
01 May - 08 September$2,995.00$3,995.00
09 September - 16 September $2,825.00$3,625.00
17 September - 28 September $2,995.00$3,995.00
29 September - 09 October$2,825.00$3,625.00
10 October - 31 October$3,175.00$4,325.00
10 November - 19 November$2,825.00$3,625.00
20 November - 21 December$2,995.00$3,995.00
22 December - 28 December$2,825.00$3,625.00
Inclusions 
Meals: 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches
Transport:Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 3 nights accommodation
Guide:Local English Speaking Guides
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Hong Kong & Macau Discovery

Hong Kong has so much to discover. Ride the tram up to The Peak for panoramic views of the city. Explore the famous fishing village of Aberdeen and take an evening cruise on the harbour to see the spectacular A Symphony of Lights show. Just 60 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong is Macau. Walk through Senado Square and visit A-Ma temple and the ruins of St-Paul’s. Take in the increadible views of Macau Tower or visit one of Macau’s casinos.

A Symphony of Lights show. Just 60 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong is Macau. Walk through Senado Square and visit A-Ma temple and the ruins of St-Paul’s. Take in the increadible views of Macau Tower or visit one of Macau’s casinos.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive Hong Kong

Arrive in Hong Kong and transfer to your hotel for check-in. The remainder of the day is free at leisure to explore Singapore on your own.

Hotel: Harbour Plaza North Point, 3 nights

Day 2: Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Island Tour is an excellent orientation tour. A half day tour which takes in many of the main attractions on Hong Kong Island. As the City changes so rapidly, this tour enables visitors to refresh old memories and for first timers to create new ones.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Aberdeen Harbour and fishing village, where an optional sampan is available (own expense)
  • Jewellery factory for a quick insight to the making of jewellery
  • Pass by picturesque Repulse Bay
  • Stanley Market with an array of shops and a chance to pick up some bargains.
  • Victoria Peak, famous for its spectacular views, including a ride of the Peak Tram.
Day 3: Hong Kong

Your day is free at leisure to explore Hong Kong on your own. This evening cruise around one of the most spectacular harbours in the world. Enjoy an uninterrupted view of “A Symphony of Lights” show from Victoria Harbour on a traditional Chinese Style tour boat. Harbourfront buildings on Hong Kong and Kowloon come to life during this dazzling light display. A Symphony of Lights has been awarded the world’s “Largest permanent light and sound show” by the Guinness World Record.

Day 4: Hong Kong – Macau

After breakfast check-out of your hotel and transfer to the pier to board the ferry to Macau. On arrival transfer to your hotel.

Hotel: Grand Emperor Hotel, 2 nights

Day 5: Macau

Macau used to be the oldest European settlement in the Orient. Formerly a Portuguese colony, it was reunited with China as a Special Administrative region in 1999. Experience the culture of Macau with a full day sightseeing excursion.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A stop at the Statue of “Kum Lam” – the Goddess of Mercy
  • Macau Tower (optional visit to the Observation Deck available)
  • Explore A Ma Temple, this building has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2005
  • Visit St Paul’s Ruins. Originally a church built in the early 16th century by Japanese Christian exiles and walk through the Senoda Square
  • A short visit to a casino where you can try your luck
Day 6: Macau – Hong Kong

After breakfast check-out of your hotel and transfer to the pier to board the ferry back to Hong Kong. On arrival transfer to the airport for your journey home.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
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Inclusions 
Meals: 16 breakfasts, 8 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation:16 nights
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Hong Kong & Macau

Exotic, vibrant, colourful and buzzing with people, Hong Kong is an unforgettable city that will stimulate the senses like no other. From its towering modern skyscrapers and sophisticated restaurants to its street-style markets and roadside food stalls, it’s a fascinating place full of wonderful things to see and do. The spectacular harbour vistas, lofty mountain peaks, and the famous neo-lit alley will wow you. The extravagant designer shopping malls and the colourful, bustling night markets will satisfy any shopping enthusiast.

For another feast of the senses, take the hour-long ferry trip to Macau to experience its unique mix of Portuguese and Chinese cultures and of course, its famous Las Vegas-style casinos.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.



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Indulge in a melting pot of British, Portuguese and Chinese flavours on this short hop through Hong Kong and Macau – dramatic skyscrapers, tranquil hilltop sanctuaries and retail therapy in bustling street markets and malls are yours to explore.

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Hong Kong is a city of contrasts, with skyscrapers standing in the midst of scenic surrounding. While the city has an abundance of culture to offer, there are also a number of attraction and theme parts to keep the kids amused.

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Hong Kong has so much to discover. Ride the tram up to The Peak for panoramic views of the city. Explore the famous fishing village of Aberdeen and take an evening cruise on the harbour to see the spectacular

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