06D HONG KONG AND MACAU tour takes you to HONG KONG and MACAU. Hong Kong is a major port and global financial hub. The skyline is peppered with skyscrapers that glisten in the dark as beacons of modern human civilization. It is a hot and happening place with the availability of global cuisine and the world-renowned fashion houses, being the Asian hub of haute couture. The museums and temples will also keep you engaged.
Those with kids must visit the Disney Land in Hong Kong. Ocean World/park is another interesting tourist attraction. The Lantau Island tour also makes for a must visit tourist attraction.
Macau offers a gambling extravaganza and great luxury. The Chinese garden is a mesmerizing place to be. Be overwhelmed by far east and Portuguese influence.
Be entertained by the lively casinos and lovely beaches, the comfort of luxurious hotels, and of course the cultural heritage of the far -east Asia. Have memorable good times with your family or partner.
Macau to Hong Kong ferry ride.
02 Nights in Macau
03 Nights in Hong Kong
06D HONG KONG AND MACAU
Hong Kong is an autonomous territory, and a former British colony, in southeastern China. It's a vibrant, densely populated urban center is a major port and global financial hub with a skyscraper-studded skyline. Central (the business district) features architectural landmarks like I.M. Pei’s Bank of China Tower. Hong Kong is also a major shopping destination, famed for bespoke tailors and Temple Street Night Market.
In the Western District is Hollywood Road, lined with antique shops, and Man Mo Temple, honoring the gods of literature and war. Tram rides up Victoria Peak affords sweeping views, while Star Ferry boats cross Victoria Harbour to the Kowloon Peninsula. There, Tsim Sha Tsui offers a waterfront promenade and Nathan Road, nicknamed the "Golden Mile of Shopping.” Outlying islands include Lantau, famed for its massive bronze Tian Tan Buddha, and Lamma, known for its bohemian beaches. Hong Kong is also known for its lively food scene, ranging from Cantonese dim sum to lavish afternoon tea.
WHEN TO VISIT:
The weather is hot, humid and rainy Jun–Aug, with a typhoon season in Sep. Key events include Chinese New Year (Jan/Feb, dates vary), the Hong Kong International Film Festival (Mar-Apr), the Dragon Boat Festival (Jun) and National Day (Oct 1).
Macau is an autonomous region on the south coast of China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. A Portuguese territory until 1999, it reflects a mix of cultural influences. Its giant casinos and malls on the Cotai Strip, which joins the islands of Taipa and Coloane, have earned it the nickname, "Las Vegas of Asia." One of its more striking landmarks is 338m-high Macau Tower, with sweeping city views.
Macau’s Historic Centre has narrow alleyways, colorful colonial homes, and grand Senado Square. Up a steep staircase, the Ruins of St. Paul’s encompass the baroque facade of a 17th-century Jesuit church. The 16th-century A-Ma Temple is dedicated to the Taoist goddess of mariners. Hilltop Fortaleza do Monte is a Jesuit fort from 1626 while adjoining Museum of Macau highlights the territory’s history. Lou Lim Ieoc, a 19th-century Chinese garden, has winding paths, bamboo groves, and bridges. Coloane’s Hac Sa Beach is known for its black sand. Macanese cuisine fuses Asian and European flavors.
When to Visit:
Peak periods include Jun–Aug and Dec. Major annual events include the Lunar New Year parade (Feb), the International Dragon Boat Races (May/Jun) on Nam Van Lake, International Fireworks Display Contest (Sep-Oct), and the Macau Grand Prix car and motorcycle races (Nov).
Day 1: Arrival in Hong Kong. Transfer to Macau
On arrival in Hong Kong international airport, get transferred to Macau by a ferry from the airport ferry terminal. An interesting option available in the evening is to head out to the House of Dancing Water Show (Optional tour, tickets only). The show is a must-see experience available only at City of Dreams. Overnight at Macau.
Day 2: Macau
After breakfast, go for a city tour of Macau. See the Ruins of St.Paul's, a 17th century Jesuit Church; visit the oldest Taoist temples in Macau, the A-ma Temple, stop by the Macau Tower, (observation deck ticket not included) where you get a chance to see a panoramic view of Hong Kong. Finally, visit a casino. Overnight at Macau.
DAY 3: Ferry ride to Hong Kong
After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and proceed to the ferry terminal for your journey back to Hong Kong ferry terminal and be transferred to the hotel. On the way to the hotel, see the skyscrapers and enjoy its superb infrastructure. Rest of the day is on leisure. Overnight at Hong Kong.
Day 4: Hong Kong
After breakfast, proceed for Hong Kong city tour which will cover great attractions such as Avenue of Star, Victoria Peak (Top Level), Jewellery Workshop and Souvenir Shop. The tour ends at Tsim Sha Tsui area. Overnight at Hong Kong.
Day 5: Hong Kong
After breakfast, the day is on leisure. Hong Kong is best known for its international cuisine. Hong Kong has innumerable malls that house some of the best brands. Those with kids must visit the Disney Land in Hong Kong. Ocean World/park is another interesting tourist attraction. The Lantau Island tour also makes for a must visit tourist attraction. Overnight at Hong Kong.
Day 6: Departure from Hong Kong
After breakfast, get transferred to the airport for the return flight.