6 Days Hongkong /Macau
Meet arrival & transfer to hotel. General Check In time is 1400 Hrs. Check in to Hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure. In the evening take a hongkong by night tour Overnight in Hotel.
Breakfast at the Hotel. Transfer to exciting Hong Kong Disneyland. An introduction to the Park and its facilities will be given while enroute to the park where you can enjoy a full day of rides and entertainment. Overnight in Hotel
After Breakfast at the Hotel. Assemble at the lobby for pick up to Proceed for Ocean Park full day tour . it's a thrilling experience for 1st timers to hongkong and for children.
Breakfast at the Hotel & Check Out. Transfer to Pier for ferry to Macau. General Check In time is 1500 Hrs. Check into Hotel. Overnight in Hotel.
Breakfast at Hotel. Proceed for City Tour of Macau includes the Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, Penha Hill, A- Ma' temple and Barrier Gate WITH LUNCH. Day is free at leisure for you to explore the casinos. Overnight in Hotel.
Breakfast at the Hotel & Check Out.Transfer to Hong Kong Airport by Ferry. On arrival board the flight to back Home.
Hong Kong is situated on the southeast coast of China at the mouth of the Pearl River facing the South China Sea. The bustling city of Hong Kong was just a collection of fishing villages when claimed by Britain in 1842 following the First Opium War with China. The territory is made up of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories.
Hong Kong's magnificent harbour has been the key to its development as a trading port and entrepot for China, progressing through an industrial era to become a leading financial and services centre in Asia. The unique blend of eastern and western influences, matched by diverse attractions and stunning countryside, has also made Hong Kong Asia's prime tourist destination. Despite its dense urban environment, about three quarters of Hong Kong's total area is countryside, including about 40% designated as country parks and special areas that are all easily accessible.
Hong Kong is blessed with popular attractions and sightseeing opportunities throughout the territory. You'll find endless things to see and do on Hong
Kong Island. Hong Kong offers a host of memorable tourist attractions within its compact area, with The Peak, Victoria Harbour and the Giant
Buddha among the most awe-inspiring.
You'll be amazed by the diverse contrasts and close proximity of stunning cityscapes and soaring mountains, heritage sites and extensive green countryside.
Things to do :
A full day Hong Kong Island tour begins with a visit to the Man Mo Temple, a temple dedicated to the gods Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). The tour then ascends to Victoria Peak using the Peak Tram, the oldest form of mechanical transport in Hong Kong. Then head back down to Aberdeen, where hundreds of people live on fishing junks and experience a taste of it with a sampan ride. Thereafter will be a dim sum style lunch at a local restaurant. Tour continues by stopping at the Golden Bauhinia Square for a photo opportunity before going to Repulse Bay, one of the most deluxe and relaxing sites in town. There will also be a chance to view the stylish statues on offer at Tin Hau Temple. The final stop at Stanley will offer an opportunity to pick up some bargains at a pretty popular shopping market. This one day tour will finish after the dismissal at Star Ferry Central Pier.
Enjoy a wonderful journey to Ocean Park. Ocean Park is a world acclaimed theme park where you can enjoy amazing marine life, nature and exciting rides. They have also got some of the unique facilities such as Atoll Reef, Pacific Pier, Giant Panda Habitat, Sea Jelly Spectacular and the Ocean Theatre Show where the lovely dolphins and sea lions display their amazing talents. You can find some of Asia's most inspiring native animals in our newly opened theme park area , Amazing Asian Animals, including the Giant Pandas, Red Pandas, Chinese Giant Salamanders, Asian Small-clawed Otters and Chinese Alligators. You will also marvel at the breathtaking view of the southern side of Hong Kong when you take the Cable Car up to the Headland for more thrilling rides.
Sail along one of the world's most impressive natural harbours, Victoria Harbour, in an authentic Chinese Junk. From inside the junk, view the spectacular Hong Kong skyline. You will also be treated to a viewing of the fabulous multimedia "A Symphony of Lights", which lasts approximately 15 minutes and has just been named as the "World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show" by the Guinness World Records. This spectacle combines interactive lights of 33 key buildings on both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with musical effects to showcase the vibrancy and the fascinating night vista of the Victoria Harbour.
Travelling by Peak Tram is the only way to truly experience the beauty of Hong Kong, plus this is the quickest and most scenic way to arrive at The Peak within just 7 minutes each way. This ticket combines the amazing experience of a round trip Peak Tram with the famous Madame Tussauds, which displays more than 100 life-like wax figures of celebrities, politicians, athletes and famous stars from the past to present. The wax figures of Stars and Celebrities are displayed in five themed zones, such as Hong Kong Glamour, Music Icons, Historical and National Heroes, The Champions and World Premiere. You will stumble across the Ku Fung Stars like Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee and meet the Sport Stars like Yao Ming, David Beckham and Ronaldhino. More and more famous faces including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Marilyn Monroe and Johnny Depp, Princess Diana, Michael Jackson, Barack Obama will all be displayed. Take your photo with the famous stars and discover some interactive settings with the figures. To know more about the process of producing the models, you will also have a chance to watch the wax figure-making process demonstration.
Enjoy a magical journey to Hong Kong Disneyland ("the Park") and experience the infinite fun at the Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. You will able to enjoy all the classic Disney stories, attractions, unique shops and restaurants as well as the dazzling entertainment. Ticket and proof of identity required for entry to the Park. Ticket and handstamp (or proof of identity) required for same day re-entry. All persons, bags, parcels and other items may be subject to security checks at the point of admission to the Park and at such other locations inside the Park as Disney considers appropriate. Disney may from time to time, without prior notice & without refund or compensation, change the operating hours of the Park or attractions, close the Park or any part of it temporarily, restrict the number of persons having access to the Park, and or suspend or cancel any attraction or entertainment program, due to capacity, inclement weather or special events, to ensure safety, security or order or if Disney considers that the circumstances so require. Disney is not responsible and does not assume any liability for any damage to or loss of the property or belongings of any Guest, whether such damage or loss is caused by the negligence of Disney or otherwise. In the foregoing, Disney means either or both of Hong Kong International Theme Parks Limited and Hong Kong Disneyland Management Limited.
Your Lantau Explorer tour gets underway after pick up from your hotel. You will first have a couple of warm up stops at the Avenue of Stars and a jewellery factory. You will then travel to Tung Chung Cable car station with the coach. Enjoy the best view of Hong Kong with Ngong Ping 360 Cable car up to Ngong Ping. After that, you will have a walking tour of Tai O Fishing Village, also known as the "Venice of the East". Continue with a visit to the Great Buddha Statue, followed by a delicious vegetarian lunch served in the Po Lin Monastery. The tour will then take you to the Ngong Ping Village, a culturally themed village combining attractions, shopping, dining and entertainment. The final exploration trail of Lantau will take you on an amazing 20-25 minute ride onboard the 5.7km Ngong Ping 360 cable car between Lantau and Tung Chung city.
Riding against the wind on an open top bus you'll enjoy a magnificent night view of Hong Kong. We pass through Women's Street, where a long boulevard of shops and tourist hotels sparkle with neon lights. This astounding stretch of concrete is known as the 'Golden Mile'. Then we visit Kowloon station which is the Terminus for the Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCR). From here we proceed to Temple Street where you will have some time to take photos and finally the tour will finish in the Tsim Sha Tsui area.
Neighboring Macau, less than an hour away by high-speed ferry, is a popular excursion from Hong Kong, offering good food, old-world charm and a
multi-casino gambling industry that already outstrips Las Vegas. The former Portuguese enclave, which consists of a mainland promontory and two
offshore islands, reverted to Chinese sovereignty in December 1999 after 400 years of colonial administration.
Like Hong Kong, Macau is a diverse city where Eastern and Western cultures co-exist harmoniously. Apart from the obvious Chinese and Portuguese influences, you can find Dutch, Moorish, Spanish and British legacies in the older parts of town. The historic centre of Macau, which includes the oldest western architectural feature on Chinese soil, joined the World Heritage List in 2005.
Since the reversion of sovereignty, there has been much new development, spearheaded by a string of casinos and entertainment complexes that have transformed certain areas into dynamic new tourist attractions.
Things to do :
After the hotel pick up, board the ferry to Macau. The tour first starts with the visit the Statue of Kum Iam, the goddess of Mercy then follows by the Macau Tower. You will be able to explore the shops inside the tower at the ground and the lower ground level or alternatively, you may enter the observation deck at 61/F for a panoramic view of Macau and the Pearl River Delta at your own expense. Tour will then proceed to visit the 400 year old A-Ma Temple, the most famous temple in Macau. After lunch, the tour heads to the visit of Macau landmark, Ruins of St. Paul. You will be able to enjoy a walking tour from there down to Ladies Street and Senado Square. Afterwards you will have an opportunity to break the bank of Macau at the world famous casino before returning back to Hong Kong.
Shenzhen, the first Special Economic Zone built in China, is not just our neighboring city, but also Hong Kong's long-term cooperative partner for many
important issues including town planning, economic and trade development, environmental protection and tourism. Through close co-operation, the two
cities have built a relationship based on promoting cross-border tour activities and inviting visitors from the world to experience 'A Day in Two
Frequent and convenient transportation between the two cities offers you a fabulous opportunity to experience two cities in just a single day. A comfortable morning train ride takes you swiftly from Shenzhen to the dynamic and exciting city of Hong Kong. There are specially designed tours offering an easy and hassle-free way to explore this fabulous city and to indulge in its living culture as you tour around Hong Kong's bustling streets and alleyways. You'll also have time to savour all the great things that make Hong Kong one of the world's hottest destinations. The superb, trendy shopping and the mouth-watering international cuisines are just waiting to be explored. There's also superb local dining set amid a modern cosmopolitan city culture - all within easy and affordable reach.
Things to do :
Catch a glimpse of China, while visiting Hong Kong. Spend a day in Shenzhen 'City of the Century and Window of China' that stands towering before people from all over the world. Upon arrival at Shenzhen by first class train, first stop will be at the Meridian View Centre which is located on 69/F of Shenzhen Diwang Commercial Centre, the highest landmark in Shenzhen city with 384 meters in height. You will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Tour will then take you to the Mineral Museum, you can appreciate some hand-crafts products and get more knowledge about geologic mineral. Chinese lunch will be served at local restaurant. After lunch, free 1.5 hours leisure time to explore in Window of the World. Window of the World is one of the famous destinations in Shenzhen. You can see vivid relicas of the world's wonders, historical heritages and famous scenic sites. After visiting Window of the World, you will enjoy an approximately 1 hour shopping at Lo Wu Shopping Mall. Depart from Shenzhen to Hong Kong by first-class train and transfer back to the hotel.
Catch a glimpse of China, while visiting Hong Kong. Spend a day in Shenzhen 'City of the Century and Window of China' that stands towering before people from all over the world. Upon arrival at Shenzhen by first class train, first stop will be at the Meridian View Centre which is located on 69/F of Shenzhen Diwang Commercial Centre, the highest landmark in Shenzhen city with 384 meters in height. You will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Tour will then take you to the Mineral Museum, you can appreciate some hand-crafts products and get more knowledge about geologic mineral. Chinese lunch will be served at local restaurant. After lunch, free 1.5 hours leisure time to explore in China Folk Cultural Villages. China Folk Cultural villages is the first large-scaled cultural & scenic spot assembling folk arts, customs, folk villages. After visiting China Folk Cultural Villages, you will enjoy approximately 1 hour shopping at Lo Wu Shopping Mall. Depart from Shenzhen to Hong Kong by first-class train and transfer back to the hotel.
Shenzhen is an ideal day trip destination just across the border from Hong Kong. It is a general consensus that Shenzhen is Hong Kong's backyard. Here is an opportunity to catch a glimpse of China while visiting Hong Kong by joining this tour. The tour will take you to the Meridian View Centre which is located on 69/F of Shenzhen Diwang Commercial Centre, the highest landmark in Shenzhen city with 384 meters in height. You will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Thereafter, you will visit the Green Great Wall Mangrove, the first and only one country level urban natural protection area in China at present. It is an unique natural tourism resources integrating woods, birds, water, fishers and beaches. After experiencing the natural side of Shenzhen, the tour will head back to the city centre for a visit to the Lo Wu Shopping Mall. The mall is filled with shops selling designer brand name products, beauty shops for massages and manicures and exquisite restaurants. After approximatly 3 hours free time in the shopping centre, tour will depart from Lo Wu to Hong Kong Hung Hom station by first-class train then follow by coach transfer back to the hotel.
Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct seasons. Spring is from March to May during which the temperatures and humidity is rising though the evenings are cooler.
Summer is June to August when it is hot, humid and sunny with occasional showers. During summer the temperatures can exceed 31 c. Autumn is between September to November when there are pleasant breezes, plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures. Many people regard this as the best months to visit Hong Kong. December to February marks the winter season when it is cool , dry and cloudy with occasional cold fronts. The temperature can drop below 10 c.
Typhoon season is May to November. When a typhoon is approaching, warnings are broadcast on TV and radio, and signals indicate its significance, the latest position and expected movement of the centre of the tropical cyclone, information on the wind strength, rainfall and sea level in the territory. When typhoon signal 8 is hoisted, businesses and shops close down and flights may be cancelled. There is a separate warning for heavy rain.
For passengers with indian passports, visa is on arrival.