Price is based on double or twin hotel room occupancy and includes accommodation, transfers, car/driver, English-speaking guide, activities and entrance fees, breakfasts and some casual lunches while touring. Flights and optional special activities will be quoted separately. Most personal expenses, including dinners, alcoholic beverages, spa treatments and gratuities can be paid on the spot while traveling. Prices may vary depending on season, choice of accommodation and other factors.
Enjoy the spectacular sights and sounds of incredible Hong Kong, and the fascinating colonial history of charming Macao, on this action-packed 4-day luxury itinerary. Markets, temples, shopping, casinos and even feng shui lessons are all a part of this luxury Hong Kong and Macao holiday.
Arrive in one of Asia's most notabl and exciting business capitals, Hong Kong, and check in to your luxury hotel. We recommend either the Mandarin Oriental, or Upper House, both excellent choices for a comfortable stay. Once settled in, embark on a half-day historical walking tour of the city, before climbing Victoria Peak on the steep tram ride that affords stunning views of Hong Kong’s famed cityscape. Next, take a ride on the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world, the Mid-Levels escalator. Finish your day off with some retail therapy on a bespoke shopping tour, before retiring to your hotel.
After a gourmet breakfast, explore more of Hong Kong today. Start with a tour of the city’s art galleries, which are plentiful and feature a vast array of art styles, both local and international. Then, head to the wet markets, traditional fresh food markets frequented by the locals. This should supply you with motivation for what’s up next: an authentic Chinese cooking class! Finish off your introduction to Chinese culture with a lesson from a feng shui master.
Head to Kowloon today, where you’ll check in to the luxurious Peninsula Hotel. Get acquainted with this part of the city with a visit to Kowloon’s bird, flower, and goldfish markets. Next up, stop at Chi Lin Nunnery, a large Buddhist complex and observe its unique architecture, the only of its kind in the city. Finally, pay a visit to Wong Tai Sin temple, one of the city’s most famous shrines.
Take a short trip to neighboring Macao today, and transfer to your luxury room at the Mandarin Oriental Macao. Pay a visit to Kum Yam Buddhist Temple, dedicated to the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. Observe the iconic Macao Tower at sunset, and after dusk, it’s time to try your luck at the city’s famous casinos, and see how Macao got the nickname of “Monte Carlo of the Orient”.