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Touch the Sky in Hong Kong in 05 Nights / 06 Days

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Hong Kong the world’s most densely populated city is bounded by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea and is also located on China's south coast. Irrespective of the fact, whether it’s your first visit or 50th visit mysterious city of skyscrapers, ancient traditions and delightful food has always have something to attract the visitors. Hong Kong is the most sought tourist destination in southeastern Asia, with a mixture of Eastern and Western cultural influences. Hong Kong depicts fusion of many cultures Hong Kong is home to skyscrapers in the world by far. Over 8,000 edifices top fourteen floors, which practically doubles up New York City.

Day 1
Arrival at Hong Kong and transfer to Macau (Meals: No Meal)

Your professional driver awaits you in the arrivals area when your plane lands at Hong Kong International Airport. Once you have met your driver, head to the air-conditioned vehicle and get settled in comfort for your transfer to your Macau Ferry Terminal for departure to Macau. This convenient and reliable door-to-door service is a worry-free way to begin your vacation Macau.

Day 2
Half Day City Tour of Macau (Meals: Indian Lunch)

The Comprehensive Half Day City Tour of Macau lets you solve the mysteries behind the colonial culture of former Portuguese city under the guidance of an expert. After pick up from the hotel, in the comfort of air-conditioned minivan explore Macau- the cultural melting pot of Chinese architecture and colonial charm. During the scenic journey of one of the oldest European settlements in the Orient the guide will brief you with the tales of rich historical heritage. En route you will pass by the Guia Circuit which is home to the annual Macau Grand Prix. It is considered as the world’s most challenging racing circuits on your journey. 

Now when you are in Macau, do not forget to visit Macau Tower, an important landmark of the city. It is such a charming place which attracts millions of people every year to take in the panoramic city views from a 1,108-foot (338-meter) vantage point. But, prior to this visit Kun Iam Temple to offer prayers at sacred bronze Buddhas and the colossal Kun Iam, Goddess of Mercy. Admire the beauty of the 66-foot (20-meter) statue while the guide briefs you about the cultural significance.

Next visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites of the Ruins of St Paul and the A-Ma Temple and click fantastic pictures.-Ma Temple is the oldest temple in the southeast of the Macau Peninsula. Walk through the winding path to reach the Hongren Hall, where statue of Mazu is worshipped and it is believed that the hall has the longest history in the complex.

Revitalize with a delicious Indian lunch then head to the 16th-century Ruins of St Paul, a historical church in which sculptures were designed by a cosmopolitan mix of artists. Ascend 66 steps to see the remarkable remnants then absorb the antique charm of the city center on a short, guided walking tour. 

If time permits join a poker tournament or enjoy an exhilarating game of black jack before returning to your hotel by ferry and coach. 

Day 3
Macau- Hong Kong (Meals: Breakfast)

Treat your taste buds with scrumptious meal your guide will transfer you to Hong Kong Ferry Terminal for departure to Hong Kong. Upon arrival, sightseeing tour will begin the next day with visit to major landmarks of Hong Kong.

Day 4
City Tour of Hong Kong (Meals: Breakfast)

Start your half-day tour of Hong Kong Island with hotel pickup 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 an additional cost), for a close-up view of waterborne life.
Next up is a short visit to a well-known jewelry factory, where craftsmen fashion meticulous works of art from gold and gems. Then pass picturesque Repulse Bay on the way to your next destination, the famous Stanley Market, where you can pick up bargains at just a fraction of the price in town.
Your tour of Hong Kong Island includes a tram ride for panoramic views of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the surrounding islands. With an eight-minute funicular railway ride, take in the sweeping vista of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers before you’re taken back to your 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.

Day 5
Full Day Trip to Disneyland (Meals: Breakfast)

Hong Kong Disneyland is the most magical place on the earth. Spend a full day exploring all of the theme park and watch as colorful Disney characters come to life before your eyes. Experience the thrill of Space Mountain adventure ride as well as other attractions with this Hong Kong Disneyland experience. The Disney characters are based on the stories of Toy Story, the American Old West, fantasy, adventure, space and Americana, Hong Kong Disneyland lets you enjoy high-quality rides, meet your favourite characters, and watch amazing Broadway-style shows. Themed lands include the following attractions:

  • Fantasy land
  • Adventure land
  • Tomorrow land
  • Toy story land

Day 6
Departure from Hong Kong (Meals: Breakfast)

After your hotel breakfast check out of the hotel and travel to Hong Kong airport to board the return flight back home.

  • Return Economy Class Airfare
  • 03 Nights’ Accommodation in Hong Kong & 01 Nights in Macau
  • Daily Breakfasts + 01 Lunch
  • Hong Kong City Tour
  • Macau City Tour with Lunch
  • Ferry Tickets for your transfer from Hong Kong-Macau-Hong Kong
  • Return Airport Transfers on SIC Basis
  • GST 5%
  • Visa Charges (Free on arrival upto a stay of 14 days);
  • Personal expenditure like soft drinks, mineral water, phone calls, tips;
  • Lunches & Dinners until and unless mentioned;
  • Peak Season Surcharge - If applicable;
  • Any item not mentioned in the inclusions