Hong Kong & Macau
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Combine vibrant Hong Kong with historic Macau
4 days from $ 590
Hong Kong is an exciting and vibrant city of dramatic contrasts which combines a captivating blend of eastern and western cultures. Traditional junk boats sail in the harbor against a backdrop of high rise buildings, and street markets compete with modern stores for business. Combine with a visit by hydrofoil to the historic city of Macau.
This itinerary may be booked individually or as an extension to most of our China tours. In Hong Kong and Macau you will join with a group and travel by motorcoach.
Day 1 : Arrive Hong Kong
You will be met at Hong Kong Airport and transferred to your hotel.
Day 2 : Hong Kong
Enjoy a half day island tour visiting Victoria Peak, Stanley Market, Aberdeen Fishing Village and an optional sampan ride (paid locally). The afternoon is at leisure. (B)
Day 3 : Macau
Travel by hydrofoil to Macau, a Portuguese colony until Dec 1999, which lies 40 miles west of Hong Kong across the Pearl River estuary. This tour will bring to you the historical sights of the Ruins of the St. Paul Church, the Museum of Macau (closed on Mondays) and the 400 year-old Ama Temple. Also visit one of the casinos for which Macau is famous (minimum age 18) before returning to Hong Kong. Lunch is included at a local restaurant. (B,L)
Day 4 : Depart Hong Kong
Transfer to Hong Kong Airport. (B)
Dates and Prices
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Tour departs any day subject to availability
- Single supplement from $260
- Sole passenger price from $850
- Includes accommodation, local transportation, touring, entrance fees, guides and meals as stated
- The optional sampan ride is at additional cost (paid locally)
- Excludes flights, departure taxes, visas and tipping
- Price is subject to seasonal variation
This document is designed to be read in conjunction with the other pre-departure information provided by Wendy Wu Tours including the tour itinerary as described in our brochure and/or website. It aims to provide a straightforward description of the physical activities involved in sightseeing or travelling during the tour.
If there are any particular challenges, from the length of time spent on your feet, the length of drives and flights, to the standard of remote accommodation for our more adventurous tours; they will be explained here.
All passengers must read this document to ensure the itinerary is suitable for their interests and physical capabilities. This is not your final itinerary and therefore does not mention all the sites visited. The order of sightseeing is subject to change.