Hong Kong & Macau Escape

From USD$870 Per Person
  • 5  nights  6  days
  • Hong Kong, Macau
  • Added Value: Sky Terrace Admission, Complementary classic Rickshaw Ride, Open-Top Bus Ticket
  • Hong Kong: Visit the Victoria...Read More
    • Added Value: Sky Terrace Admission, Complementary classic Rickshaw Ride, Open-Top Bus Ticket
    • Hong Kong: Visit the Victoria Peak for a panoramic view
    • Hong Kong: Visit Stanley Market for great souvenirs
    • Macau: Visit the famous Ruins of St. Paul
    • Macau: Visit World Heritage sites, including the Na Tcha Temple
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Hong Kong & Macau Escape

Enjoy the Pearl of the Orient: Hong Kong and Macau

This tour gives you the opportunity to explore the uniqueness of Hong Kong – from the breathtaking city skylines from the Victoria Peak and the local fishing villages in Aberdeen. Join a full day tour and ride on a high speed ferry across the seas to Macau, known as the “Vegas of China.” Visit the historic center and learn about the European settlement from the Ruins of St. Paul to the St. Dominic Church and much more!

Additional Information

Added Value:
*Sky Terrace Admission
*Complementary classic Rickshaw Ride
*Open-Top Bus Ticket


Arrive Hong Kong and go to the transfer counter for registration. Transfer to your hotel and enjoy the rest of day will be at leisure.

Accommodation: Royal Pacific Hotel or similar
This is the perfect tour for those wish to explore Hong Kong famous landmark in one relaxing day. Tour begin with a visit to Man (War) and Mo (Literature) Temple, follow by riding the Peak tram to the Peak and visit Sky Terrace 428 (Highest viewing platform in Hong Kong). Afterwards, tour will travel to Aberdeen fishing village and you may choose to ride the sampan (own expenses). After lunch, enjoy exclusive access an award winning jewellery factory. You will then take the Island's historic double-decker tramway (Ding Ding since 1904) from Happy Valley to Causeway Bay, where you will get to witness the traditional “Patty Person Beating” show by the local specialist. At last, a visit to the latest UNESCO Award building- The Blue House Cluster for many photo taking opportunity.

Meal(s): Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: Royal Pacific or similar
Value Added: Sky Terrace Admission Included! Complementary classic Rickshaw Open-Top Bus ticket will be provided
Discover a pristine beach, a traditional fishing village, lush valleys, soaring mountains and spiritual enlightenment on Hong Kong’s largest island. After hotel pick up, coach transfer to Tung Chung for a stunning cable car ride up to Ngong Ping Plateau where the Giant Buddha sits majestically close to the Po Lin Monastery. After touring the Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall and the Po Lin Monastery, a vegetarian meal is served. Another highlight is a visit to the historical fishing village at Tai O with a boat ride to see where Tanka boat people still live in their stilts houses nowadays.

Note: Should the Cable Car be cancelled due to inclement weather or any other safety reasons, alternative transportation will be arranged.

Meal(s): Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: Royal Pacific Hotel or similar
Optional Upgrade: 360 Cable Car Crystal Cabin (additional charges apply)
The tour starts with bringing you to the must-go attraction in Macau - Ruins of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church. Experience Macau's history through visiting other 5 World Heritage Sites including Mount Fortress, Na Tcha Temple, St. Dominic's Church, Senado Square as well as Leal Senado Building. After visiting Ruin of St. Paul and Macau Museum, another highlight of the tour is a guided walking tour along old Macau – where many world heritage sites are located. After a morning of visiting different Heritage sites, enjoy lunch at Macau’s only 360 degrees revolving restaurant. After lunch, you will visit the observation deck of Macau Tower, located 223 m above ground overlooking the entire Macau. Before departing Macau, we have arranged visit a visit to the first Vegas style casino opened in Macau where you can try you luck!

Meal(s): Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: Royal Pacific Hotel or similar
Optional Upgrade: Super Class Ferry (additional charges apply)
Enjoy a day at leisure or join an optional day tour of Hong Kong or join an optional tour.

Meal(s): Breakfast
Accommodation: Royal Pacific Metropolis or similar
Today bid farewell to Hong Kong. Transfer to the airport to board your onward flight.

Meal(s): Breakfast

Price Includes

  • Return join-in transfer between airport and hotel.
  • Superior 4-Star hotel accommodation based on double occupancy
  • Return High Speed ferry to Macau
  • 360 Standard Class Cabin Cable Cars
  • Sky Terrace Admission
  • Rickshaw Open-Top Bus ticket
  • Join-in sightseeing tours with admission*
  • Professional English Speaking local guide service

*Guaranteed departure with 2 passengers

Price Excludes

  • International Airfare to Hong Kong.
  • Travel/Medical/Cancellation insurance
  • Travel Visa
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping and gratuities to local guides, drivers, and hotel staff
  • Any items not specified as included.

Travel Tips

Travel documents: Passports must have 6 months validity by the time of return. Visa is not required for U.S and Canadian citizens traveling to Hong Kong for a visit up to 90 days and up to 30 days for Macau

For Visa requirements please refer to CITB Visas.

Currency: The local currency is the Hong Kong dollar (HKD). Three banks, rather than a national mint, issue all notes. Travellers’ cheques are easily exchanged in Hong Kong, either at banks, hotels or at licensed AMEX cardholders have access to JETCO automated teller machines (ATMs) and can withdraw local currency and travellers’ cheques at Express Cash ATMs. Holders of Visa, MasterCard and other banks can also obtain local currency from authorized ATMs at convenient locations throughout Hong Kong. Please check with your bank before departure.

Language: Chinese and English are the official languages. Cantonese is the most widely spoken Chinese dialect though the use of Mandarin is growing.

Weather: Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct seasonal changes. Typhoon season is May to November. When a typhoon is approaching, warnings are broadcast on TV and radio, and signals indicate the storm’s distance from Hong Kong.

What to Pack: Local dress ranges from smart-casual and designer fashions to conservative business suits. Tourists can prepare clothes according to the following:
Spring: Mar – May (18-27C) Temperature & humidity rises. A lightweight jacket or sweater suggested.
Summer: Jun – Aug (26-35C) Hot and humid short-sleeves and cotton work best with a light weight sweater for indoors and rain gear.
Autumn: Sep – Dec (18-28C) Temperature & humidity drop and short sleeves and light jackets will be fine
Winter: Dec – Feb (10-20C) Cool with low humidity. Woolens and overcoats suggested.

Identification: Visitors should carry a passport or other form of identification with a photograph at all times.

Power Supply: The voltage in Hong Kong is 200/220 volts, 50 cycles. The sockets are for three-pronged flat plugs. Most hotels provide transformers and plug adapters.

Tips & Gratuities: Most hotels and restaurants will levy a 10% service charge, marked on the bill. Tipping is left to your discretion. Bellboys, porters, doorman, restroom attendants and taxi drivers will happily accept loose change.

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