HONG KONG - MACAU
More fully known as the Hong Kong SAR – wears a lot of hats: despite emerging competition from Shanghai, it remains one of the world’s largest financial hubs; its modern face hides a surprisingly traditional culture; and it’s also an experiment in governance with which the mainland authorities hope to win over a recalcitrant Taiwan. There’s an unrelenting striving for wealth and all its rewards here too, though Hong Kong’s famous addiction to money and brand names tends to mask the fact that most people work long hours and live in crowded, tiny apartments. On the other hand, the city is bursting with energy and the population of seven million is sophisticated and well informed compared to their mainland cousins, the result of a relatively free press. The urban panorama of sky-scrapered Hong Kong Island, seen across the harbour from Kowloon, is stunning, and you’ll find a wealth of undeveloped rural areas within easy commuter range of the hectic centre and its perennial, massive engineering projects.
Sixty kilometres west across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong lies the former Portuguese enclave of MACAU. Occupying a peninsula and a couple of islands of just thirty square kilometres in extent, Macau’s unique atmosphere has been unmistakably shaped by a colonial past – predating Hong Kong’s by nearly three hundred years – which has left old fortresses, Baroque churches, faded mansions, public squares, unusual food and Portuguese place names in its wake. But what draws in millions of big-spending tourists from Hong Kong, the mainland and neighbouring countries are Macau’s casinos, the only place in China where they have been legalized. The income they generate – over five billion US dollars annually – now exceeds that of Las Vegas, and has funded a construction boom for themed resorts, roads and large-scale land reclamation.
Regal Oriental +Venetian
- Hotel Accommodation with daily breakfast.
- Entrance ticket only include for sightseeing points which is mentioned in itinerary.
- All transfers on SIC base.
- Check In time is 1400 Hrs for all Hotels and for Venetian its 1500 Hrs
Day 01 Arrive HKG Airport - Proceed to Hotels Shuttle Counter at Airport. Transfer by Shuttle to booked hotel.
Day 02 After breakfast proceed to HK Island Tour with Victoria peak tram ride on SIC, Harbour Ferry Cruise & Symphony of light from Avenue of stars. We will drop them at Avenue of starts to enjoy nightlife & shopping. Guest will be back to hotel by them. (Tour start at 1300 hrs).
Day 03 After breakfast day free for leisure or Shopping.
Day 04 After breakfast Transfer to Hong Kong Pier. Ferry to Macau. Free Hotel shuttle transfer from Pier to Macau Hotel.
Day 05 after morning delicious breakfast enjoy at Macau.
Day 06 Morning breakfast we proceed to HKG airport.
Whichever is available at the time of booking.