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2 Nights in Hong Kong
1 Night in Disneyland
1 Night in Macau
Daily Buffet Breakfast
Half day Hong Kong Island Tour
Full Day Disneyland Tour
Full Day Macau City Tour with local Lunch
All Applicable Hotel Taxes
Package Does Not Includes
Cost of AIR transportation
Detailed Daywise Itinerary
Day 1 : Arrive Hongkong
Welcome to your tour of Hong Kong!!! A country that offers you an eclectic mix of modern skyscrapers, colonial buildings, traditional temples and diverse cultures. Arrive at Hong Kong International Airport. After clearing Customs & Immigrations, please proceed to the A 11 AIRPORT COUNTER of our local representative located inside the airport terminal for your seat-in-coach shuttle bus transfer to your hotel. Arrive and check in at the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight at the hotel, Hong Kong.
Day 2 : Halfday Hongkong
Enjoy buffet breakfast at the hotel. Today in the morning you will be picked from your hotel lobby for a Half Day Panoramic tour of Hong Kong Island. An excellent orientation tour - the city changes so rapidly that it will refresh 'old memories' and delight 'first timers'. Start with a ride up to Victoria Peak for a panoramic view of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the surrounding islands.Then pass by picturesque Repulse Bay. Proceed next to the famous fishing village of Aberdeen to see the 'floating community' - still very much a part of Hong Kong's society. Here an opportunity to join a Sampan is available, allowing a close up view of waterborne life. Visit Stanley Market where you can pick up bargains at just a fraction of the price in town. Afterwards, enjoy a short visit to a prestigious jewelry factory, where meticulous craftsmen fashion works of art from gold and gems. Return to the hotel on own from Tsim Sha Tsui Area. The afternoon is at leisure. Overnight at the hotel, Hong Kong.
Day 3 : Hongkong - Macau
Enjoy buffet breakfast at the hotel. Today in the morning you will be picked from your hotel and transfer to Hong Kong Pier. Board your ferry to Macau. Arrive Macau and check in to the hotel. Proceed for a Macau City Tour. On this tour one can experience the charm of the Chinese and Portuguese heritages embraced in arrays of modernized architecture. The city sightseeing begins by glimpsing the statue of Kun Lam which presides over the Macau waterfront. Then, move on to the landmark of Macau - Ruins of St. Paul's (World Heritage). This Roman Catholic Church was built in 1602 and burned by fire in 1835. Miraculously, fine art of carvings and statues can be seen on the surviving facade. Later visit the Border Barrier Gate, Penha Hill, Ama Temple and lastly the Handicraft and Souvenir Shop. Overnight at Macau.
Day 4 : Macau - Hongkong -
Enjoy buffet breakfast at the hotel. Today in the morning you will take a ferry for Hongkong back and transferred to the Disneyland for a day full of fun. Hong Kong Disneyland invites visitors into the legendary fairytale kingdom that celebrates the spirit of fantasy, the world of tomorrow and a forever-young sense of adventure. Mickey Mouse will welcome you to the happiest place on Earth complete with attractions exclusively designed for Hong Kong. Families visiting the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort will have magical journeys through four themed lands, namely Main Street U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventure land and tomorrow land, plus two Disney-style hotels. Hong Kong Disneyland will offer a diverse range of food at various restaurants in the park. In addition there are specialty stores selling Disney memorabilia and souvenirs in each themed land and at the two hotels. Return to the hotel in the evening. Overnight at the hotel,Disneyland.
Day 5 : Disneyland /
Enjoy buffet breakfast at the hotel. Today in the morning you will be picked from your hotel lobby and transferred to the Hongkong Airport for your onwardsflight back Home. Return home with wonderful memories.
Hong Kong is located in the Far East, just south of the Tropic of Cancer. Hong Kong Island is 32km (20 miles) east of the mouth of Pearl River and 135km (84 miles) southeast of Canton. It is separated from the mainland by a good natural harbour. Hong Kong Island was ceded to Britain in 1842 by the Treaty of Nanking; and the Kowloon Peninsula (south of Boundary Street and Stonecutters Island) in 1860 by the Convention of Peking.The area of Boundary Street to Shenzhen River and a group of 260 islands, now known as the New Territories, were leased to Britain in 1898 for a period of 99 years.
WEATHER AND CLIMATE
Hong Kong's climate is sub-tropical, tending towards temperate for nearly half the year. During November and December there are pleasant breezes,plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures.Many people regard these as the best months of the year.January and February are more cloudy, with occasional cold fronts followed by dry northerly winds. It is not uncommon for temperatures to drop below 10 C in urban areas.The lowest temperature recorded at the
Observatory is 0 C, although sub-zero temperatures and frost occur at times on high ground and in the New Territories.
When to Go
The best months to visit are during March to April and October to November,when humidity is low, the skies are clear and the temperature is warm.Winter can be cold, but most days are mild.
The cultural life of Hong Kong people is more colourful than you think.Apart from local movies and pop songs, they love reading,whatever the kinds of books ranging from popular local sentimental love novels to philosophy of Western and Oriental;from fashion magazines to books about traditional arts.Classical music of Western and traditional Chinese genres are being listened by many, and a great number of book.
PLACES OF INTEREST
Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong Island is the glitzy big brother of Kowloon a tightly packed, towering paean to market capitalism that hasn't been dented one jot by Chinese rule.The bustle of people living and working is the biggest attraction on the island,although many visitors head around to Aberdeen, on the southern side of the island, where 6000 people live or work on junks anchored in the harbour.Sampan tours of the Aberdeen Harbour are definitely worth the expense. The other major draw is the floating resturant.
Hong Kong Disneyland
Disneyland, a place usually associated with kids, is also a place for adults who grew up with Disney cartoons. It’s hard to resist the Disney magic that you feel as soon as you step unto the resort grounds.This collection of Disney Pins features the world famous Disney Characters. Some of the pin designs were specially created for Hong Kong Disneyland, the newest Disney Theme Park.
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