Hong Kong & Macau

From 1100€ / person 3 days

Hong Kong the business minded, Macau the player

Take a trip to the heart of Hong Kong, ex British colony recently retroceded to China; and to Macau, this old Portuguese colony where casinos became the main business. Visit Hong Kong & Macau, two cities with important stigmas from the past and an urge for modernity.

Urbanism and nature

Hong Kong island will of course impress you with its numerous skyscrapers, its CBD and shopping malls, but don't forget to explore the more unknown kilometres of beautiful beaches and hiking trails.


Two days to explore Kowloon and Hong Kong island before leaving on a day trip by speedboat to Macau. Visit the former Portuguese colony with its tranquil fishing villages, and take a tour to the casino as well.


Day 1: Hong Kong

This morning you’ll start your Hong Kong tour by the ascension of Victoria Peak where you’ll get panormaic view on Hong Kong Island and its surroundings. You will then head to Man Mo temple. You will discover the traditional pharmacies of Sheung Wan and will hop on the tramway to go to Causeway Bay. Then you will go to Aberdeen, a village where fishermen used to depart from for their fishing day, and you will go on a boat tour.

Day 2: Hong Kong

Today you will spend your time in Kowloon. You will cross the bay to reach Tsim Sha Tsui on a Star Ferry which carries passengers from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon since 1888. You will head to Nathan Road, and go to the fruits and vegetables market on Guangzhou Road, which in the evening turns into a flower and bird market. Tonight you will assist from the south of the peninsula to the symphony of lights, a show happening every night at 8pm.

Day 3: Macau

This morning you will take the ferry to Macau. You will visit a Casino before going to the old city part where you will see the remains of the colonial times. In the afternoon you will visit the peaceful Coloane village along the coast. Don’t forget to try the egg tarts at Lord Stow’s bakery, they are amazingly good! Then head back to Hong Kong by ferry.


  • Hotel with breakfast
  • English speaking guide
  • Entrance tickets
  • International flights
  • Meals
  • Personal expenses
  • Tip to the guide
  • Insurance
  • Driver
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