Kowloon might be loud, crazy and disarmingly brash – but the pulsing heart of Hong Kong is full of delights for younger travellers. Just a leisurely stroll through the bright lights of Nathan Road will have them gawking like star struck Canto-pop fans.
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Today, you will enjoy the sightseeing of Hong Kong’s hottest attractions: Victoria Peak, the highest mountain located in the western half of Hong Kong Island, offering spectacular views of the city and its harbor; Aberdeen Fishing Village, a village at the south shore of the Hong Kong Island, which is famous to tourists for the boat people living in the harbor and the floating seafood restaurants such as the Jumbo Floating Restaurant; the Repulse Bay, an area in the southern part of Hong Kong Island, a beach paradise for Hongkongnese, also one of the most expensive housing areas in Hong Kong, due to the nice surroundings. If time permits, we’ll pay a visit to the Stanley Market, a typical example of a traditional old open-air market in Hong Kong, well known for bargains, many of the stalls or shops in Stanley Market sell Hong Kong souvenirs as well as clothing – particularly silk garments and traditional Chinese dress, toys, ornaments, luggage, and Chinese arts and crafts.
Dim Sum Lunch at Jumbo Floating Restaurant, which was opened in 1976, became a hit in the world for the fantastic Chinese palace style and the biggest seafood restaurant on the sea, even the Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise had eaten here.
Afternoon, let’s take a tour in the other parts of Hong Kong: Kowloon & New Territories, including: Wong Tai Sin Temple, a shining example of traditional Chinese architecture, with red pillars, a golden ceiling & ornate latticework, its “office” consists of many soothsayers, also may well house the largest concentration of fortune-tellers in Asia; and Birds & Flowers’ Market, a big exhibition of fresh flowers and little pets that many local people are fond of, also has many Hong Kong style souvenirs.
Overnight at Hotel
Today, have full day excursion to a famous neighbor of Hong Kong – Macau. After breakfast, transfer to the pier; take a jetfoil to Macau, about 1 hour’s ride. Our Macau tour includes: A-Ma Temple and Ruins of St. Paul’s, the symbol attractions of Macau, the remaining front wall of the Sacred Ruins of the Cathedral of St. Paul, a 17th century Portuguese canthedral in Macau, now of the Macau’s most famous landmarks and was officially enlisted as part of the UNESCO; Penha Church, built on the Penha Hill used to served as a point of pilgrimage for sailors embarking on a hazardous voyage in 1622, now can be said to be the most beautiful chapel in Macau; and then Monte Forte, Built in 1616, Monte Fort originally belonged to St. Paul’s Church and was used to defend the church from the pirates.
Lunch at local restaurant for typical Macau food.
In the afternoon, continue our Macau tour to Taipa Island, and Leal Senado Square, located at Macau’s main square, in the centre of the old Christian city, the original building was constructed in 1784, while the present day building dates back to 1874 and is essentially a neo－classical construction.
Nowadays the building serves as the head office of the Institute for Civic and Municipal Affairs of the Macao SAR; at last, visit one of famous Casinos in Macau. But please be noted that people under 17-year-old are not allowed to enter the casinos. After the Macau tour, transfer back to your hotel.
Overnight at Hotel