Get ready for the best 6 days of your life with Yatra's 'Hong Kong & Macau Delight 5N/6D' package that allows you to make the best memories on your next vacation! There are a few destinations that allow you to truly let your hair down and enjoy every bit of your vacation- Hong Kong and Macau are just that! They don’t let you feel any disconnect from your bustling and busy urban lives, yet allow you to unwind at the same time. Visit their tourist attractions and indulge your senses and taste buds in delectable cuisine and modern lifestyle. Our travel experts have packed in the best of the two cities in your short stay to make your vacation memorable! Experience the extravagance of the two cities with this package without burning a hole in your pocket.
On your arrival in Hong Kong, get set to be transported to Macau by a ferry from the airport ferry terminal. When you reach Macau, you are transferred to your hotel (complimentary shuttle) for check-in. Check-in to your hotel in Macau and relax for the day. Touted as the Vegas of China, Macau is an electric city with fervorous gambling and partying choices for its tourists. A melting pot of various cultures, the city will surprise you with its diversity and entice you with its warmth and welcoming ambiance. Later in the evening, you can also head out to sample some of the sumptuous delicacies and food available in the many restaurants.
Another interesting option available is that you head out to the House of Dancing Water Show (Optional tour, tickets only). This state-of-the-art theater provides the setting for an epic love story and spectacular journey through time, showcasing dazzling costumes, special effects and record breaking acts never seen before in a theater. The show is a must-see experience you’ll want to relive over and over again. Be sure to catch it, only at City of Dreams.Overnight stay at the hotel.
Today after breakfast, you will be taken to a city tour of Macau. The first stop of our exciting day is the Ruins of St Paul's that house the remains of a 17th century Jesuit Church. After having explored the destination, we head to one of the oldest Taoist temples in Macau, the A-ma Temple. Stop by the Macau Tower, (observation deck ticket not included) where you get a chance to see Hong Kong with a 360-degree view. The towering skyline will leave you speechless, but contain your awe, as we have to take a final visit to a casino before we end the day. After all, what's a visit to Macau without having experienced gambling first hand? After a great day, head out for a taste of local lunch and then be transported back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
After waking up and filling yourselves with a delectable breakfast, check-out from the hotel and proceed to the ferry terminal for your journey back to Hong Kong. Upon arrival in Hong Kong, you will be met by a representative who will assist you with your transfer to hotel. On your way to the hotel, you get to see some of its skyscrapers and enjoy its superb infrastructure. The perfect fusion of modern and traditional, Hong Kong gives you ample chance to dwell in the best of all worlds. Check-in to your hotel and relax for a little while. You're free to explore the city at your own pace later in the evening or stay in the comforts of your hotel to relax. Overnight stay at Hong Kong.
Wake up to a gorgeous morning and enjoy a hearty breakfast at the hotel. Get ready to take a spin across the beautiful Hong Kong in the city tour which will cover great attractions such as Avenue of Star, Victoria Peak (Top Level) by coach, Jewellery Workshop and Souvenir Shop. The tour ends at Tsim Sha Tsui area. You see all the important attractions and landmarks of the city and sightseeing enjoy its wonderful infrastructure. Once a small fishing village, today Hong Kong is a bustling cosmopolitan center that provides a springboard for those looking to visit China. After an eventful day of exciting sightseeing, head back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 5 - Traverse through Hong Kong Wake up in the morning and treat yourself to a sumptuous breakfast before you begin your day. Explore You are free to do as you like today! Hong Kong is best known for its international cuisine. Today as you have the day at leisure, it may be a good idea to head out an treat your taste buds to some of the available gastronomical delights. Hong Kong also has innumerbale malls that house some of the best brands. So if you like retail therapy you can easily sate the shopaholic in åyou by visiting one of the many shopping centers and malls. Hong Kong also offers lots of exciting recreational avenues. Those with kids must visit the Disney Land in Hong Kong. Ocean World is another interesting tourist attractions. Also known as Ocean Park, it is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, amusement park, and an animal theme park. The Lantau Island tour also makes for a must visit tourist attraction. After having being part of one of these exciting tours at an addirional cost, head to your hotel for an overnight stay.
After having an eventful stay in Hong Kong and enjoying its many wonders, today after breakfast, head to the ferry terminal and catch a ferry back to Hong Kong from where you will be taken to the Hong Kong Airport to catch your flight back.
Popularly called as the ‘Vegas of China’, Macau is a city where the party never ends. It is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China and a former Portuguese colony. Macau has overtaken Las Vegas as the world’s top gambling city. With gleaming lights, Macau at night is a sight to treasure. Known for its ubiquitous casinos, it is the ultimate destination for a partygoer. The city comes alive at night and there are plenty of bars and clubs where the young hang out. Portuguese wine and Macau beer are widely available at reasonable rates. The fact that duty-free products are sold in the markets is an icing on the cake. Beneath all the glamour, there is another layer to Macau. The best way to imbibe Macau’s culture is to walk along the narrow lanes of the city. The fusion of traditional Chinese and Portuguese cultures is reflected everywhere in the city, from the architecture to the cuisine. The A-Ma Temple and the Ruins of St. Pauls are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are a testament to the city’s unique heritage.
Popularly called as the ‘Vegas of China’, Macau is a city where the party never ends. It is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China and a former Portuguese colony. Macau has overtaken Las Vegas as the world’s top gambling city. With gleaming lights, Macau at night is a sight to treasure. Known for its ubiquitous casinos, it is the ultimate destination for a partygoer. The city comes alive at night and there are plenty of bars and clubs where the young hang out. Portuguese wine and Macau beer are widely available at reasonable rates. The fact that duty-free products are sold in the markets is an icing on the cake. Beneath all the glamour, there is another layer to Macau. The best way to imbibe Macau’s culture is to walk along the narrow lanes of the city.