A few weeks, days or just hours are enough to get you hooked on the incredible city that is Hong Kong!
Whether you’re a first timer, or already have visited Hong Kong, the city always has something new for you. Pick a place that interests you—Hong Kong has many sides to its complex personality. Visit and discover Hong Kong for an unforgettable experience!
On the surface, Hong Kong is a big, chaotic jumble of bustling alleys and streets punctuated by imposing skyscrapers and shopping malls. A closer look reveals the marks of a century of colonialism and several thousand years of Chinese ancestry. It is interesting to note that rural mountains, forests, and outlying islands comprise more than 70% of Hong Kong’s land mass.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Any city|
|WEAR||Comfortable clothing. Unpredictable weather; carrying a light jacket, large scarf, and/or long sleeves may be advisable|
|Destination||Hong Kong, Macau|
|Dates||Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep|
|Location||Hong Kong, Macau|
|Language||English, Cantonese,, Mandarin|
|Currency||Hong Kong Dollar|
- Welcome to the land of Jackie Chan, the dragons and more
- From the airport you are transferred to the pier in Macau
- Upon arrival in Macau you can take the free shuttle bus to the hotel. Check in at the Hotel and Rest of the day is free at Leisure
- In the evening you can experience the House of Dancing Water show – The world’s newest most spectacular extravaganza show
- Overnight in Macau
- Enjoy the city tour where you visit the landmark of Macau – Ruins of St Paul where the church was burnt down in 1835, the famous AMA temple – oldest temple built 500 years ago during 1488
- See the world biggest coil incense sticks and make a wish in front of the most popular God in Macau – The Goddess of Heaven, truly a World Heritage site and also a visit to the Macau tower and the Lotus Statue which was gifted from Mainland China which is become the new landmark of Macau after December 1999 when Macau became the second special region of China, this city tour is combined with local lunch
- Evening is free for leisure
- Overnight in Macau
- Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out at around 11:30 am and take the free shuttle provided by the hotel to the pier, take the ferry at around 1:00pm from Macau to Hong Kong
- Transfer from the pier to Hotel
- Check at the hotel in Hong Kong. Overnight in Hong Kong
- After Breakfast you are taken for Ocean Park. Ocean Park Hong Kong is one of the most spectacular oceanariums in the world with the largest marine theatre. It is also an amusement park perched around two mountain peaks, with an area of 870,000 square meters
- A breath-taking 8-minute ride by cable car to the headland gives a glorious view of Repulse Bay, Deep Water Bay, Aberdeen and the South China Sea
- Sealions, dolphins, sharks, penguins and killer whales are housed in stimulated environments similar to their natural habitat and will show off their spectacular tricks to thrill you at the Ocean Theatre
- Also an excellent opportunity to see its most popular residents – giant pandas An An, Jia Jia, Le Le and Ying Ying
- The park also offers a full range of hair raising rides like the exhilarating Dragon Roller Coaster, The thrilling Mine Train, Flying Swing, The Eagle, the latest Abyss Turbo Drop
- Overnight in Hong Kong
- After breakfast , proceed to Disneyland Hotel and you have the full day to explore Disneyland
- Disneyland HKG is divided into Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Adventureland & Main Street USA
- Loads of shows and Parades and happening throughout the day. A must see is the fireworks in the evening which takes place at 8 pm and is called Disney in the Stars Fireworks. This spectacular fireworks show transforms the sky above Sleeping Beauty Castle into a stunning evening spectacle
- Overnight in Hong Kong
- After breakfast, check out from the Hotel and you are taken for a Hong Kong half day city tour with Victoria peak (top level) Golden bauhinia, Repulse bay and Jewellery factory
- In the evening you can also walk down the main shopping street of Tsim Tsha Tsui for some great shopping
- Later drop at Airport for your destination
When to Visit?
Because of its subtropical location, Hong Kong is a year-round destination. Summers are generally hot and humid. The best time to visit Hong Kong is March to April and October to November.
Hong Kong has an excellent public transport system that is considered one of the best in the world. Depending on where you are going, you have a choice of MTR (subway), trains, buses, trams, ferries and taxis. These clean and efficient options cover extensive areas of Hong Kong and have signs and announcements in both English and Chinese.
Hong Kong is one of the best destinations for children with a wide range of them parks and activities.
What to Wear?
Casual dress—sports shirts, T-shirts, clean jeans, and the like—is acceptable almost everywhere in Hong Kong, although shorts and sneakers or flip-flops will feel out of place at trendy venues and five-star restaurants where people dress to impress. Generally, the dress code in Hong Kong is stylish but quite conservative.
For visits up to 14 days, visas are available on arrival. For visits to Macau up to 30 days, visas are not required. If you are planning on staying longer, you will need to apply for a visa to the Chinese Embassy
Contact us for more details on visa processing and bookings