Arrive at Hong Kong International Airport. Transfer to ferry terminal. Embark ferry to Macau.
Arrive at Macau. Transfer to hotel. Day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.
Proceed for a city tour of Macau. You will be shown the charm of the Chinese and the Portuguese heritage embraced in the arrays of modernized architecture. See the ruins of St. Paul's, Mount Fort, Senado Square, St. Dominic's Church, A-Ma Temple, Rua De Cunha, Taipa Houses Museum, Macau Tower (entry not inclusive), Kun Iam Statues, and Fisherman's Wharf. Overnight at hotel.
Day at leisure. You can either rest or enjoy in the casinos. Overnight at hotel.
One of the oldest religious temples in Macau, A-Ma Temple has a history of over 500-year. Dedicated to the Chinese Goddess Matsu, the ancient temple is one of the top tourist places in Macau. Admire its magnificent architecture, décor style and beautiful design.
When in Macau, don’t miss the chance to visit the famous Macau Tower 1,180 feet. A significant landmark of the city, the view from the Macau Tower is breath-taking. The tower is loaded with a lot of entertainments and adventures. From observation deck and lounge to panoramic revolving deck and adventure zone having the world’s second highest bungee jump base.
The rubbles of the 17th century of Santo Antonio is one of the most popular places in Macau, China. The key reminder of Macau’s roots, the remains of the beautiful old church still mesmerises the travellers centuries after it was originally built and burnt several times. The iconic structure is one of the biggest catholic churches of East Asia and a must explore places in Macau.
One of the four largest squares in Macau, Senado Square is a public square and a historic centre of the city. In the heart of Macau, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is always busting with tourist and locals for its shops, restaurants, and offices. Overlooking The Ruins of St. Paul, this lively spot is a must-visit in Macau city.
Check-out from hotel. Transfer to ferry terminal. Embark ferry to Hong Kong.
Arrive at Hong Kong. Transfer to hotel. Day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.
Whether this is your first visit to Hong Kong or you're returning to refresh old memories, this comprehensive orientation is a great way to get to know Hong Kong Island, its history and its famous landmarks. During your half-day tour, a knowledgeable guide takes you to see multiple Hong Kong highlights in this ever-changing locale, including Aberdeen fishing village and Repulse Bay.
Start your tour and head to the famous fishing village of Aberdeen. Here you'll see Hong Kong's junk-dwelling floating community, still very much a part of Hong Kong life. You have the option to board a sampan (at additional cost), for a close-up view of waterborne life. Then Aberdeen Fishing Villagestop at the picturesque Repulse Bay, the most visited beach in town. Proceed to Avenue of Stars. Later, visit a jewel factory and their factory outlet. Your tour ends with drop off at Tsim Sha Tsui area for shopping.
Day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.
To get away from the hustle-bustle of the Hong Kong city, head to the quaint Aberdeen Fishing Village. The fishing port maintains its ancient lifestyle and remains the highlight of the Hong Kong Island. The charming village is not too far from the lively city and yet seems like to different world altogether. With the backdrop of modern city, the sampans and old-fashioned boats serves as floating homes thousands of people.
Avail a tour to the magical world of Disneyland. You can meet and take photos with your favorite Disney friends and enjoy with cartoon characters like Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse and Snow White. There are restaurants, fast food chain and cafes where you can relax. In the evening, enjoy the fireworks which light up the sky. Overnight at hotel.
Simply a must-visit in Hong Kong, Disneyland is where you get to experience the magical moments of the Disney World. It is a place full of fun, laughter, adventure, visiting Disneyland in Hong Kong is one of the best things you can do. Explore this wonderland that enchants the traveller special attractions and ultimate adventures. Take a break, escape the real world and get lost in the world of fantasy in the dreamy and lively Disneyland.
Check-out from hotel. Transfer to ferry terminal. Embark ferry to Shenzhen.
Arrive at Shenzhen. Transfer to hotel. Day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.
Proceed for a half day city tour of Shenzhen which is covering Diwang Mansion (outer visit only), Lianhuashan Park and Mineral Museum. Next, visit the Window of the World. Shenzhen's Window of the World is a fantastic replica park. Here you can see vivid replicas of the world's wonders, historical heritages and famous scenic sites.
Day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.
Stroll through the Lianhuashan Park, a verdant paradise in the bustling city of Shenzhen. Nestled in the heart of the city, this quaint park offers an alluring view of the city. A hill and an urban park, Lianhuashan Park undoubtedly one of the must-visit spots in Shenzhen.
Admire the collection of about 130 replicas of world sights, landmarks and wonder of the worlds, all within the marvellous Window of the World. Two-thirds from its original size, the recreations of London's Houses of Parliament, Paris's Eiffel Tower, and Rome's Colosseum is a must-see in Shenzhen! Other famous sights are Sydney Opera House, Mount Rushmore and Palace of Versailles.
Check-out from hotel. Transfer to ferry terminal. Embark ferry to Hong Kong International Airport.
Situated at the heart of Macau, the newly refurbished Hotel Royal Macau enjoys close proximity to various legendary landmarks and is just 15 minutes away from the airport. Its superb location, impeccable services and range of facilities make it the ideal choice for leisure and business travellers alike. From dainty cakes, exquisite afternoon tea, aromatic Shanghainese cuisine to authentic Portuguese delicacies, the four distinctive dining outlets of the hotel are designed to satisfy every palate for a memorable gourmet experience. The hotel has facilities to cater from 10 to 380 delegates within a range of 3 multi-function rooms that can be configured into different layouts. The hotel features an indoor heated swimming pool, a fitness centre, a sauna & steam room and a business centre.
Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong SoHo is conveniently located at Sheung Wan, close to a number of prosperous areas such as SoHo, the Central (financial hub of Hong Kong), the Hong Kong & Macau Ferry Terminal as well as the famous Hollywood Road (Antiques Street). All guestrooms are equipped with flat screen TVs, comprehensive TV channels, work desk, complimentary smart breakfast & free high-speed internet access with Wi-Fi. Rooms on higher floors feature a Victoria Harbour View. The hotel has harbour view meeting rooms on the 38 floor and all necessary facilities which serve the needs of commercial clients. Authentic Thai food restaurant with a touch of Indian food is served at Moon Thai, located on second floor. The restaurant was on the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong and Macau recommended list from 2014 to 2017.