MUST VISIT PLACES IN HONG KONG – BEST TOUR TRIP MEMORIES FOR TRAVELLER
Visit Hong Kong Repulse Bay, Aberdeen, Mid Level of the Peak & Bauhinia Square, Jewellery Factory, Chinese Herbs shop & group photo.
Travel by private car to Aberdeen Harbour
Home to hundreds of people living on fishing junks. Their traditional lifestyle is dramatically juxtaposed against a modern high-rise community that spreads up the nearby hillsides. In the evenings, the thousands of twinkling lights reflected on the water are a magical sight. In the afternoon transfer to Shenzhen by train.
Continue to Repulse Bay.
The wide, wave-lapped beach is popular with locals and visitors alike and great for sandy strolls – early morning with the waking of another day, when the sun is up and the sunbathers are out in force, or at sunset when all is at peace. Primarily a well-to-do residential area, sun-drenched Repulse Bay has a relaxed resort-like atmosphere.
Tour to visit Splendid China & Cultural Village
Show with shopping at the Musuem of Mineral & Jade Factory & Group Photo. Tour continue to visit one of the 4 famed park in Guangzhou : Yu Yang Park.
Proceed for tour in Guangzhou
Visit oldest & largest scaled Huaisheng Mosque & largest inland aquarium Ocean World, Guangzhou Zoo & Medical Care Center. After tour, transfer back to Hong Kong via Shenzhen train.
Hong Kong’s magnificent natural setting on the tip of the Chinese mainland is a natural gateway to the Orient. It is an intense, vibrant and colorful city of dramatic contrasts. Towering skyscrapers, monuments to Hong Kong’s development as a world financial centre, form the backdrop to the busy harbour, with its constant traffic of ferries, junks, sampans and ocean-going liners. Yet in the teeming alleys, festooned with red and gold signs, street markets remain untouched by western influences, and still provide an intoxicating taste of mystique and intrigue. At night the city is ablaze with neon signs, their reflections shimmering in the harbour.
Is the place to find silk garments, sportswear, art, Chinese costume jewelry, other souvenirs and a host of fantastic bargains. And when the shopping is done, you can relax at one of the area’s pleasant beaches set in sheltered, sandy coves. One is a favorite destination for Hong Kong’s windsurfers.
Visit several of Hong Kong’s popular open-air markets.
First, visit the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden. This delightful garden is the favored gathering place of Hong Kong’s songbird owners, who carry their pets around in intricately carved cages. All manner of beautiful birds can be seen here, as well as a host of traditional bird-keeping paraphernalia.
Next, enjoy a visit to the Flower Market, one of Hong Kong’s most colorful street markets. The Flower Market is a jungle of exotic blossoms, luck-bringing houseplants and sweet scents.
Then make a stop at the Jade Market. Collectors and jade lovers gather at this unique market, where small stalls display everything from rare and valuable jade carvings to small and inexpensive trinkets.
Travel by boat to Lamma Island
A 30-minute journey. Also known as “Po Liu Chau”, Lamma Island is the third largest island in Hong Kong, only surpassed by Lantau Island and Hong Kong Island. It lies west of Hong Kong Island, just west of the town of Aberdeen. Lamma is popular for its beautiful natural scenery as well as its excellent seafood restaurants.
Travel by jetfoil to the former Portuguese enclave of Macau.
A 55-minute jetfoil boat ride whisks you across the South China Sea and the Pearl River estuary to tiny Macau, a unique blend of Chinese and Portuguese culture. Under Portuguese sovereignty for four centuries, Macau contains many historical monuments, including the famous facade of St. Paul’s Church, its border gate with the motherland and the 14th-century Kun Yam Temple.
Enjoy the buffet lunch at Macau Tower. There is time this afternoon for further exploration or a gambling session in one of Macau’s casinos before returning to Hong Kong.
This evening ride the Peak Tram to the top of Victoria Peak for a breathtaking view of Hong Kong Island, the harbor, Kowloon and the hills beyond.