One of the most striking characteristics of Hong Kong is the interweaving of seeming contradictions and the interplay of the exotic and the technically advanced. There are as many skyscrapers here as you're likely to see anywhere, but they're built with bamboo scaffolding and in accordance with the principles of Feng Shui. Historic trams rumble through Central, while below ground is one of the most efficient subways in the world, complete with the world's first 'contactless' tickets, cards that can be waved over a scanner without even taking them out of your purse or wallet. The city has some of the best and most sophisticated restaurants in the world, but it also has dai pai dong, street-side food stalls. Hong Kong is home to one of the world's largest shopping malls, but lively makeshift street markets are virtually everywhere.
With its unique mixture of Portuguese and Chinese cultures, Macau makes an interesting stay if you want to get away from the bustle of Hong Kong. Although Macau's rising reputation as a gambling and shopping mecca -- spurred by the grand openings of ever larger and grander casinos with equally ostentatious shopping malls -- is a major attraction for many, the city also has its fair share of beaches, fortresses, churches, temples, gardens, and excellent museums to explore.
Hong City Tour : City tour with Night tour including visit for Avenue of Star, Jewellery Workshop, Souvenir Shop and Victoria Peak (Top Level) and Madam Taussad.
Disneyland Tour : You will enjoy magical experiences such as Broadway-style shows - Festival of the Lion King and The Golden Mickey’s, hilarious 3D movie and music adventure at Mickey's Philharmagic, signature Disney attractions, photo-taking with your favorite Disney friends, spectacular fireworks and parades etc.
Ocean Park Tour : Ocean Park Hong Kong, commonly known as Ocean Park, is a marine mammal park, Oceanarium, Animal Theme Park, and Amusement Park. Covering an area of 91.5 hectares (226 acres), the park is separated by a large mountain into two areas, The Summit (Headland) and The Waterfront (Lowland). These areas can be reached by a 1.5 kilometres by cable car system or the Ocean Express Funicular Railway. The theme park has various attractions and rides, including four roller coasters, and also animal exhibits with different themes, such as a giant panda habitat, rainforest and polar displays, as well as an aquarium featuring the world's largest aquarium dome.
Macau City Tour : City tour of Macao where you will be shown Na Tcha Temple (World Heritage Site), Section of the Old City Walls (World Heritage Site),Museum of Macao, Mount Fortress (World Heritage Site), Temple of A-Ma (World Heritage Site), fisherman wharf and village, Casinos and much more.
Flight Schedule : Your flight will be from Delhi at midnight and return in the evening
Hotels : Hong Kong - Panda Kowloon/Regal Oriental or Equivalent and in Macau - Parisian Macao/ Holiday Inn or Equivalent
Day 1 : New Delhi to Hong Kong
Day 2 : Hong Kong (Disneyland tour)
Day 3 : HongKong (Ocean Park tour )
Day 4 : Hong Kong -Macao (by ferry)
Day 5 : Macao (Macao City tour)
Day 6 : Macao – Hong Kong – Delhi
Visa-on-Arrival is Free of cost for Indian Passport holders. Original passport with minimum 6 months validity from the date of tour arrival.
September is the best summer month to visit Hong Kong. The average low and high temperatures are 24 °C (75 °F) and 31 °C (87 °F).
Dress well in a smart casual fashion and you will find you fit in. Hong Kong's sub-tropical climate means that you won't need winter clothes for most of the year. Loose-fitting, natural fabrics and layered clothes will work all year round. We suggest that you favor dark colors as these are always popular.
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