Hong Kong / Macau

Overview: The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China is much more than a harbor city. The traveler weary of its crowded streets may be tempted to describe it as “Hong Kongcrete”. Yet, this SAR with its cloudy mountains and rocky islands is mostly a rural landscape. Much of the countryside is classified as Country Park and, although 7 million people are never far away, it is possible to find pockets of wilderness that will reward the more intrepid tourist. Hong Kong has a sub tropical climate with at least one season to match your comfort zone. Boasting one of the world’s best airports, it is the ideal stopover for those who wish to travel deeper into the Orient .


Overview: Best known globally as the 'Vegas of China', the Macau Special Administrative Region is indeed a mecca of gambling and glitz. But the city is so much more than that , it is a city of blended cultures.

Popular Attractions

Disneyland : Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams and explore 7 lands—Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A.—filled with beauty, excitement and Disney Characters.

Ocean Park: If you're looking for a place to take the kids, or to unleash the kid in you, Hongkong ocean park is a must. With gut-wrenching rides, magical animals and spectacular views, Ocean Park can deliver something for everyone.

Tian Tan Budha: Hong Kong’s singular most recognizable and iconic attraction, Tian Tan Buddha (more commonly referred to as just the Big Buddha) took 12 years to plan and construct. Sitting 34 metres high, visitors must climb 268 steps to reach the giant bronze statue, so be ready for a little exercise.

Victoria Peak: If a single image could encapsulate Hong Kong, it would be the panorama from Victoria Peak. Looking down at the city from this famous vantage point, you'll see one of the finest harbors on Earth and a skyline so improbable, audacious and lofty that Manhattan's looks provincial by comparison. Beyond the mountains to the north of the city, the rest of China simmers and strains. Everything you've heard about Hong Kong's restlessness and energy is dramatically reaffirmed by the view from the Peak. Even the most cynical locals never tire of visiting.

Lama Island: If you're looking for a Peaceful day trip outside Hong Kong Island, Lamma Island is the answer. Temples, hiking trails, and some of Hong Kong's best beaches are just a handful of the highlights in Lama Island.

Lantau Island: Lantau is the largest Island in HongKong. The natural environment is an ideal playground for all outdoors enthusiast, Famous for its dramatic peaks and the giant Buddha statue at Ngong Ping Buddhist monastery Lantau for decades has been a welcome respite from the hussle and bustle of city living.

Hong Kong Wetland Park: This 60-hectare ecological park is a window on the wetland ecosystems of northwest New Territories. The natural trails, bird hides and viewing platforms make it a handy and excellent spot for bird watching. The futuristic grass-covered headquarters houses interesting galleries, a film theatre, a cafe and a viewing gallery.

Senado Square : The all-mosaic Senado square is the heart of Macau. Step onto tiled floors and you'll find yourself at the intersection of Asia and Europe , Senado Square is located in central Macau Peninsula. It was listed as world heritage site as a part of Centre of Macau & now is a top attraction in Macau.

Macau tower Bungy Jump: Calling all adrenaline junkies , Are you game for your most exhilarating experience yet? The Macau Tower stands at 230m, making it the 10th tallest building in the world . It is also home to the world’s highest bungy jumping.

The Venetian Macau: The Venetian Macau Resort Hotel is one of Asia's most exciting entertainment destinations, and nowhere else in Asia will you find such a rare combination of facilities, attractions, amenities and Gambling.. Experience shopping with an overabundance of international shops, be dazzled by the street performers, or take a ride on an authentic Venetian gondola - all at the resort.

A-Ma Temple: It is the most popular and oldest temple in Macau , dedicated to the Goddess of A-ma, the head shrine of the A-Ma-Gau faith spread over the world .

City of Dreams: City of Dreams Macau is a Casino in Cotai, Macau and is open daily 24 hours. The casino's 448000 square foot gaming space features 1707 gaming machines .

Hac sa Beach: Only one beach of Macau, Hac Sa Beach. The beach is full of yellow sand and black sand, but the sand was black under the water. This is the reason why we call this beach “Hac sa beach”. It is because “Hac Sa” in cantonese mean black sand.

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Activities in Hong Kong & Macau


There are well over 50 beautiful beaches to enjoy in Hong Kong and its surrounding islands. Whether you are looking for big waves for surfing, a secluded camping spot or family friendly weekend escapes, if you like to get your feet in the sand, these are the finest beaches in Hong Kong to do just that.


Many enjoy a traditional breakfast that includes congee (rice porridge) and yau cha kwai (oil fried bread sticks). However, western breakfasts that include bread, sausage, pancakes, and eggs are becoming more popular.


 The best temples in Hong Kong have been gathered from across the city state and a visit to any of these religious monuments will surely give visitors a connection to the deep-rooted customs of local Hong Kongese.


Hong Kong nightlife offers a dizzying array of choice. For contemporary art, after-dark shopping, all-night clubbing and high octane entertainment, Asia's 'world city' simply can't be beat. You will be mesmerized by the moves of the Hong Kong Ballet.


Surrounded by the sea, Hong Kong is a wonderful place for water sports. Standup paddle boarding and kayaking, Slip 'n' slide at an inflatable water park, Windsurfing, Nighttime kayaking, Wakeboarding, Snorkeling, Diving, Pedal boating.


The Port of Hong Kong is located on the Kowloon Peninsula off the South China Sea. It is a major hub in the Southeast and East Asian regions. The port offers endless cruises services a week to more than 500 destinations worldwide. Kai Tak Cruise terminal being the luxurious port of all.