Day 01: Hong Kong.
Warm welcome with folded hand by company representative at at Hong Kong International Airport On arrival meeting & assistance and transfer to hotel and take rest.
In the evening, proceed for Hong Kong night tour with one-way tram. Visit Madame Tussauds. Enjoy Indian Dinner. Return to hotel (on own).
Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02: Hong Kong
After breakfast, join Hong Kong half day city tour visiting Victoria Peak (TOP- LEVEL); Avenue of Star, Jewelry factory , Aberdeen Village (SAMPAN RIDE IS OPTIONAL). After the city tour, drop at Tsim Sha Tusi shopping area , own transfer back to hotel.
Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 03: Hong Kong:
After leisure breakfast , you will process travel by road, through Kowloon, across Hong Kong’s spectacular suspension bridge and along the north of Lantau, Hong Kong’s largest outlying island, to the new town of Tung Chung near Chek Lap Kok International Airport.
From there, the party will ascend to the Po Lin Buddhist Monastery by the Nong Ping Sky Rail cable car. The 17 persons car will begin its 25 minutes ascent by gliding across the bay, giving an amazing view of the airport and the skyline of Tung Chung. The Sky Rail rises over the natural serenity of the North Lantau Country Park. The rolling grasslands, the forested mountains and the natural streams and waterfalls all make it easy to understand why this island is called ‘the green lung’ of Hong Kong.
At the mountain top terminus is the Po Lin Monastery, an important Buddhist centre for Hong Kong and the most popular place for local people to visit on Lantau. It is the home of the 26 metre high Giant Buddha, the biggest sitting, bronze Buddha in the world, atop a summit, overlooking a breathtaking landscape with the near 1,000 metre Lantau Peak as a backdrop.
Afternoon visit the three hundred year old fishing village of Tai O. Part of the population still lives in the closely packed wooden dwellings on stilts along the Tai O stream. The sights and smells of the market street where dried fish, shrimp paste and other food exotica are sold leave visitors with a strong and fragrant memory. Return hotel.
Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 04: Hong Kong:
After leisure breakfast , you will proceed for either Shenzhen Tour with Indian lunch and Windows of the World or Macau tour (with Indian lunch and return ferry ticket).
*Shenzhen: Guests will take a 45 minutes train ride to city of Shenzhen on the Mainland side of the Hong Kong SAR boundary. En route, guests will see much of the Hong Kong countryside and new towns that have been built to improve the accommodation of city dwellers.
After the immigration formalities, they will visit to an unusual village – The Dafen Oil Painting Village – a large-scale centre of artistic activity. There are over a dozen blocks of painting stores with studios upstairs. There are hundreds of painters based on the Village producing original works and artful copies of masterworks, all for sale.
From art, guests will be move on to retail to the Lo Wu City Shopping Mall in Shenzhen. Rising to six floors, this mall has shops selling everything from housewares to jewellery, from electronics to designer clothes and all at extraordinary good prices.
For those tired out from their shopping, we can make arrangements for a foot massage from an experienced masseur for under 10 USD.
* Macau tour: In 2005, UNESCO listed the Historic Centre of Macau as being of World Heritage status. Guests will tour the heart of the city which dates back to the beginning of Macau as a Portuguese possession in the 15th century.
By the famous of St Paul’s is the Na Tcha temple, a distinguished and dignified Buddhist temple, standing next to a Christian ruin typifying Macau’s multi-cultural society. The temple is a single, simple chamber in a classical temple style with ceramic animals on its roof ridge acting as guardians. Next to the temple is a surviving segment of the Old City Wall dating from 1569 and typical of the defence structures the Portuguese placed round their port settlements.
Located in the nearby Mount Fortress is the Museum of Macau which was begun in 1995 and follows the line of the old barracks buildings. Its exhibits include items of archeology, trade, war and domestic life, with an emphasis on the inter action of Eastern and Western culture. The Mount Fortress itself, built in conjunction with the Jesuits and completed in 1626 is a trapezoid in shape. It was armed with canon and could survive a 2 years siege. Interestingly it only has battlements facing the sea – and other colonial attackers – and not mainland China.
The Temple of A Ma is older than Macau itself, dating probably from 1488 with additions and renovations up to 1828. It is a well ordered complex with shrines to many deities covering Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and folk religions and is an exemplary representation of the spread of Chinese culture. The last stop, the Macau Tower measures 338 m in height. An observation deck with panoramic views, restaurants, theaters, shopping malls and the Skywalk X, a thrilling walking tour around the outer rim, are found at the tower’s 233-metre level. It offers a great view of Macau and in more recent years has been used for bungee jumping. Return to hotel.
Overnight at the hotel.
Day 05: Departure for home.
After leisure breakfast, you will transfer l to the airport by car or deluxe coach with happy memories.