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Kowloon & Macao

Venetian Resort, Macau
Venetian Resort, Macau
Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
Kun Iam Temple, Macau
Kun Iam Temple, Macau
Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong
Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong
Jewelry Factory, Hong Kong
Jewelry Factory, Hong Kong
Hotel Sintra, Macau
Hotel Sintra, Macau
Hong Kong skyline from Victoria Peak
Hong Kong skyline from Victoria Peak
Macau Tower, Macau
Macau Tower, Macau
Aberdeen Fishing Village, Hong Kong
Aberdeen Fishing Village, Hong Kong
4 Days 3 Nights Kowloon & Macao
Started as a small fishing village, Hong Kong is now a flourished 21st metropolis. Hong Kong depicts the perfect balance of British influence and Chinese traditions and is one of the most populated places in the world. Savor Hong Kong's famous delectable Cantonese gourmet, stroll malls, indulge in a shopping spree and experience its glamorous nightlife. Head on to the perfect entertainment and gaming destination in Southeast Asia, Macau. This former Portuguese colony is dubbed as the Las Vegas of the East. It has everything from the luxury casinos, breathtaking statues, and designer stores. Sample the distinct flavors of the many Macanese dishes and explore the amazing city lights at night. Macau depicts the unique blend of Chinese and Portuguese culture through its century-old Cathedrals, old temples, and ancestral grave sites.
Inclusive of accommodations with daily breakfast in Hong Kong and Macau, roundtrip airport transfers, one-way bus transfer from Hong Kong to Macau and guided city tours, your trip to these two great cities is definitely a holiday to remember. Check out Avenue of Starts, one of Hong Kong's major attractions which showcases the prominent celebrities of Hong Kong. Afterwards, proceed to the Jewelry Factory then climb to the mid-level of Victoria Peak for a great viewing experience of Hong Kong city. Discover the tradition and lifestyle at the Aberdeen Fishing Village and pick out the many landmarks on a leisurely sampan ride. Take a ferry ride upon your transfer to Macau. guided city tour to heritage sites A-ma Temple, Kun Iam Temple and Ruins of St. Paul Church. Afterwards, see the Macau Tower, one of the world's tallest tower; City of Dreams, City Square and Venetian Resort, the world's biggest casino.

Location: Manila to Kowloon and Macao

Travel: (Manila - Kowloon) Two (2) hours and ten (10) minutes via air travel

Approximate Travel Time

  • MNL-HKG (NAIA to Hong Kong International Airport): 2 hrs 15 mins

Must Try

Hong Kong

  • Scenic tour at the Mid-Level of Victoria Peak
  • A visit to Avenue Stars
  • Shopping at the Jewelry Factory
  • Sampan ride at the Aberdeen Fishing village


  • Gaming and entertainment activities at the Venetian Macao and City of Dreams.
  • Historical tour to Ruins of St. Paul's, A-Ma Temple and Kun Iam statue
  • Shopping at City of Dreams
  • Leisurely stroll at City Square

Must See


  • Avenue of the Stars - A major tourist attraction located at the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade in Kowloon where one can find movie memorabilia, a life-size statue of the famous kung fu action hero Bruce Lee, celebrity handprints, plaques, and more.
  • Mid-level of Victoria Peak - A full panoramic view of Hong Kong is yours to take in when you visit the Victoria Peak. Millions of tourists come to Victoria Peak making it among the most visited attractions in Hong Kong.
  • Sampan - The traditional means of transportation and fishing boat used along the Singapore River during the early days. The modern Sampan is now a motorboat and a popular activity in Hong Kong since it offers a great way of exploring the city's harbors like the famed floating restaurant. It also offers tourist a chance to take a glimpse of the lifestyle of the fishermen and their families.
  • Aberdeen Fishing Village - Amidst Hong Kong’s hustle and bustle is a wonderful floating village known as the Aberdeen Fishing Village. This place has been one of the most visited places in Hong Kong offering nothing but abundance of seafood and beautiful scenery and perfectly presents the other side of Hong Kong.


  • A-ma Temple - Hosts a variety of pavilions built in honor of the different deities. The Temple exemplifies the rich diversity of the Chinese cultures influenced by other prominent religions like Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism.
  • Kun Iam Statue - A beautiful bronze statue dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy in Chinese Buddhism. At the foot of the statue is the Kun Iam Ecumenical Centre, a lotus-shaped dome where tourists can learn about Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism literature.
  • Ruins of St. Paul's - Facade of Church of Mater Dei built in the early 16th century and was destroyed by fire in 1835 and ruins of St. Paul's College, both of which are Jesuit constructions.
  • Macau Tower - One of the world's tallest towers, and a top entertainment, leisure and shopping destination in Macau. The tower has high-speed elevators that will take tourists to the observation deck that offers a stunning panoramic view of Macau and its surrounding areas. With its modern halls and well-appointed facilities, the Macau Tower has been known to host conferences, events and exhibits for companies and organizations.
  • City of Dreams - The entertainment capital of Macau boasting luxurious hotels, world-class restaurants, leading international fashion brands and spectacular shows.
  • City Square - Constructed by the colonial rulers of Macau back in the early 19th century, the Senado Square showcases the amazing fusion of Chinese and Portuguese through the classical buildings contemporary architectural styles and the delicately designed pavements. It has become a favorite venue for festivals and public activities and is a popular destination in Macau.
  • Venetian Resort - This luxury hotel and casino resort is the ultimate entertainment destination in Asia and recognized as the world's largest casino.

Must Eat

Hong Kong

  • Noodles and congee - Also known as Cantonese rice porridge, congee is mixed and boiled with raw ingredients like a variety of meat and vegetables.
  • Dim-sum - A traditional Cantonese meal served in small portions that are either steamed or fried. Dumplings are among the famous kinds of dim sum meals. Dumplings are balls of dough made of flour, vegetables, meat, fish or sweets, usually boiled, steamed or fried.
  • Roasted suckling pig - Suckling pig is stuffed with glutinous rice and roasted on open fire.


  • Bacalhau (codfish) - One of Macau's most popular Portuguese dish. Many of Macau's restaurant offers this dish where the fish is sliced, soaked in water and may be cooked in many ways - baked, boiled, grilled or stewed.
  • Galinha Portuguesa - Oven-baked chicken with egg, curry, saffron onions and potatoes.
  • Linguado Macau - Fried Macau sole (flatfish) served with other sea food and topped with salad greens and cheese.

Day 01

Arrival HongKong, meet and greet and transfer to hotel for check-in.

Day 02

After breakfast, pick up the hotel and start Half Day Hongkong City Tour on the seat-in-coach, the Jewelry Factory, Harbour Front Promenade, Aberdeen Fishing Village, Mid-level of Victoria Peak, drop at Tsim Sha Tsui and on own going back to the hotel. Free time in the afternoon. (B)

Day 03

After breakfast, pick up hotel transfer to ferry terminal and take a ferry to Macau, arrival Macau, meet the guide and start Macau City Tour A-Ma Temple (or Kun Lam Temple), Ruins of St. Paul Church, Macau Tower, famous native store, the City of Dreams, City Square and the Venetian Resort. Overnight stay in Macau.

Day 4

After breakfast, free time till transfer to airport for departure.

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Itinerary is subject to change without prior notice due to availability and weather conditions.

  • Rate depends on travel dates and is subject to change without prior notice
  • Rate is applicable for double occupancy
  • Surcharge applies during peak season
  • Group rates are available upon request
  • Valid until March 31, 2020 only
  • Airfare not included
Metropark Mongkok (Hong Kong) and Sintra Hotel Macau (Macau)
Duration: 4 Days /3 Nights Package Inclusions:
  • Two (2) nights accommodation in Hong Kong
  • One (1) night accommodation in Macau
  • Daily breakfast
  • Roundtrip airport transfers (SIC)
  • One-way ferry transfer
  • Half-day Hong Kong City Tours (SIC)
  • Macau City Tour (SIC)
    • Hong Kong sights: Avenue of the Stars for picture taking, Jewelry shop and souvenir store
    • Macau sights: St. Paul Ruins, Senado Square, a local cake shop, Venetian Resort, Macau Tower Observation Deck (entry ticket not included)

SIC - seat in coach

per person