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Hong Kong & Macau - 7 Days

Hong Kong & Macau


Situated on the southeast coast of China, Hong Kong’s strategic location on the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea has made it one of the world’s most thriving cosmopolitan cities.

Hong Kong as we know it today was born when China’s Qing dynasty government was defeated in the First Opium War in 1842, when it ceded Hong Kong Island to Britain. Within 60 years, Kowloon, the New Territories and 235 Outlying Islands were also leased to Britain. However, the history of the more than 1100 square kilometres that Hong Kong now occupies predates the events of the Qing dynasty by more than a thousand years. And, as you explore the city’s colourful heritage, you’ll discover stories of powerful clans, marauding pirates and European traders.

Under the principle of ‘One Country, Two Systems’, Hong Kong became a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China on 1 July 1997. This arrangement allows the city to enjoy a high degree of autonomy, including retaining its capitalist system, independent judiciary and rule of law, free trade and freedom of speech.

A look at the city’s history could give a strong impression that change is the only constant here. However, despite all its reinventions, Hong Kong’s spirit has never changed. In fact, the same energy and dynamism that turned a group of sleepy fishing villages into a crossroads of international trade is now taking Asia’s world city into the 21st century. Experience that spirit and Hong Kong’s story yourself by exploring the city’s rich culture and heritage.

“Asia’s world city”, as it is called, is now one of the most sought-after tourism destination, with Disneyland, Ocean Park, Lantau Island, and many other attractions drawing people from across the world.


Another very fascinating place with lots of interesting facts to keep you curious. Another one of China’s Special Administrative Region, it was a former Portuguese colony and holds the same status as Hong Kong with a high degree of independence, its own currency and passport.

Macau is often referred to as Las Vegas of the East, but Macau has been bigger than Las Vegas in casino revenue since 2007, despite Western casinos only arriving in Macau in 2002 and the first hotel on the infamous Cotai Strip opened its doors in 2006. In 2011, Macau’s gambling revenues were four times higher than those of Las Vegas. This is mostly because Macau is the only place in China where gambling is legal.

Macau was a Portuguese colony for about 400 years. As the Portuguese arrived in Macau in the 16th century, Macau became the first colony of a European empire in the Far East. It was also the last remaining colony in Asia.

The tourist attractions in Hong Kong are unique and beautiful. Disneyland needs no introduction, but do not miss Ocean Park, it's one of the top rated amusement parks in the world. Some of the rides positioned on the cliff rising above the sea will give you such a thrilling feel that you will for a moment forget about the ride itself!!

And a trip to Lantau Island will leave you so pleased and satisfied, simply for the breathtaking route and panoramic views that the journey and the site offers, that you will find it difficult to leave the place. It features one of the longest (almost 40-45mins) cable car ride that goes above sea and amidst high mountain terrain alongside HK International Airport. You have the option to take glass-bottom cable car which will add to the thrill of the ride.

Macau is another cute and attractive location that one wouldn't like to miss out for anything. The Portuguese architecture is to be seen everywhere in the old city.

Located on the southeast coast of China, it borders Guangdong Province of mainland China to the north. It is about 60 kilometers (37 miles) to the southwest of Hong Kong. It takes about one hour to get there by ferry from Hong Kong and about four hours by air from Beijing.

Macau consists of the Macau Peninsula itself and the islands of Taipa and Coloane, which are now connected by landfill forming the Cotai strip.

Although Macau has far fewer tables and casinos than Las Vegas, it has eight of the top ten largest casinos in the world with the number one spot taken by The Venetian which was the first to open and the largest occupying a total of 546,000 square feet, over 4,000 gaming tables and an indoor arena that can host up to 15,000 people. The Venetian is a massive complex, almost like a dream, and one can spend an entire day inside, at hotel, bars, restaurants, stores and entertainment options and never have to step outside. The second largest casino, The City of Dreams, is also in Macau.

Tourists can take a city tour, and adventure junkies can go atop 338 meters high Macau Tower to indulge into some thrill at one of the highest bungee jumping sites in Asia, and can also take a sky walk around the tower.

Day 1
Victoria Peak By Night

Includes- Madame Tussaud's Ticket + 1-way tram ticket + 1-way star ferry ride + return transfer

The highest point on Hong Kong Island, this has been the city’s most exclusive neighbourhood since colonial times.

It provides one of the most spectacular cityscapes in the world. That view is also what makes The Peak one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong. By day your eyes stretch across sparkling skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour all the way to the green hills of the New Territories. In early evening this panorama melts into pink and orange before reincarnating as a dazzling galaxy of light, shimmering beneath you.

The anvil-shaped The Peak Tower has a large viewing platform called Sky Terrace 428, in addition to dining and retail outlets. Nearby, The Peak Galleria has a free-entry observation deck, as well as shopping and dining options.

The Peak Tram

Riding the Peak Tram is a visual experience in its own right — Hong Kong Island’s skyscrapers slide past your window at what appear to be impossible angles as you make the ascent to The Peak on the city’s historic, funicular railway. Since 1888, The Peak Tram has served Hong Kong, quietly witnessing 120 years of the city's changes.

Day 2
Disneyland Tour

Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams and explore 7 lands-

Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A. - all filled with beauty, excitement and Disney Characters.

Get a chance for photo-op session with live Disney characters which is one of the main attractions why kids always love to go to Disneyland.

Day 3
Ocean Park Tour and A Symphony of Lights

Over 7.7 million guests visit Ocean Park each year. In 2006, Forbes.com named Ocean Park one of the "10 Most Popular Amusement Parks in the World", and in 2007, Forbes Traveler ranked Ocean Park as one of the "50 Most Visited Tourist Attractions in the world".

Ocean Park, is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park situated in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the Southern District of Hong Kong.

In the evening, while you return to your Hotel, find time to watch the multimedia show

"A Symphony of Lights"

The multimedia show has set the harbour ablaze every night since 2004, and is recognised as one of the world’s most spectacular light shows. It has become the signature icon for Hong Kong, showcasing the vibrancy and glamorous night vista of the city.

A new edition of the show was unveiled in December 2017, with even more exciting elements and a new soundtrack performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. Iconic buildings on both sides of the harbour unite to form a harmonious canvas for a sensational multimedia extravaganza, with a myriad of searchlights, lasers, LED screens and lighting working in symphony to put together a nightly spectacle that transforms the Hong Kong skyline into an outdoor audiovisual feast.

Day 4
Lantau Island Tour

One of the most popular day trips from Hong Kong combines several of Lantau's most popular attractions: The Big Buddha, the Ngong Ping Cable Car, the Po Lin Monastery and the Tai O Fishing Village.

The Hong Kong Big Buddha in Lantau Island is one of the largest seated Buddha statues in the world.

Tian Tan, as it is also known, is made of bronze and sits atop the Ngong Ping Plateau, the 260 step staircase will bring you to the three tier podium where it rests.

Day 5
Transfer to Macau

After breakfast in your Hong Kong Hotel, transfer to Macau via ferry terminal, and spend the day at either Venetian or one of the several Hotels offering Casinos and live shows, or simply relax at your Hotel.

Day 6
Macau City Tour

After your breakfast at the Macau Hotel, board on to your Bus from the Hotel for a city tour of Macau.

Tour will cover- Ruins of St. Paul's , A-ma Temple, Cake Shop, Macau Tower (Observation Deck ticket NOT INCLUDED) & Casino. Local lunch is also part of the tour.

After the tour, come back to your Hotel, relax, or go to watch Dancing Water Show or try your luck at a Casino.

Day 7
Departure for HKIA airport

After breakfast, check out and go to Macau Ferry terminal to board ferry to HK Intl. airport ferry terminal which provides access to HK Intl. airport.

Return home with fun-filled memories.

Package price Includes

  • All transfers from / To Airport / Ferry terminal / Hotel on PVT basis
  • Sightseeing Tours as per itinerary
  • Daily breakfast
  • Meals as per itinerary

Services Excluded

  • Return Airfare
  • Visa
  • Personal expenses

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