Hong Kong Now -Enjoy the Best of Guangdong Tour 8D7N

8 Days
  • Not included
  • 3- & 4-Star Hotels
  • Mainly public
  • Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong
  • Autumn
  • Self-guided
  • Breakfast included
  • English

Are you planning a trip to Hong Kong and want to make the most of your visit? Look no further! This overview provides all the information you need for an amazing 8-day tour; including the top tourist attractions, must-visit places, and recommended trip itineraries. We also delve into the vibrant lifestyle, rich food culture, and delectable gastronomy of this incredible destination. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a food lover, or simply seeking adventure, this introduction is your ultimate guide to experiencing the best of Hong Kong.

Top tourist attractions in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a special administrative region (SAR) of China that offers a unique blend of Eastern and Western cultures. Known for its towering skyscrapers and bustling city life, it is also a global financial hub and a shopper’s paradise. The city is also home to iconic attractions and offers a truly diverse and exciting experience for travelers of all interests. Thus, one of the must-visit places in Hong Kong is Victoria Peak, which offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the city’s skyline. The Peak Tram ride up to the summit is an experience in itself. Another iconic attraction is the Star Ferry, which has been operating for over a century and provides a unique way to cross Victoria Harbor.

For history enthusiasts, the Big Buddha on Lantau Island is a must-see. Standing at 34 meters tall, this majestic bronze statue is a symbol of Buddhism and offers serene surroundings. The Ngong Ping 360 cable car ride to reach the Big Buddha is an adventure in itself. For those looking to delve deeper into the local culture, a visit to the Man Mo Temple is highly recommended. This Taoist temple, dedicated to the gods of literature and war, is a peaceful oasis amidst the bustling city.

These are just a few of the top tourist attractions in Hong Kong. Stay tuned for the next section, where we will explore the recommended trip itinerary options.

Indulge in Hong Kong´s Rich Local Culture

Lifestyle and food culture

In addition to its stunning attractions, Hong Kong has a vibrant lifestyle and food culture that are worth exploring during your 8-day tour. Hong Kong is known for its fast-paced lifestyle, with its bustling streets, skyscrapers, and vibrant nightlife. It’s a city that never sleeps, offering endless opportunities for shopping, entertainment, and cultural experiences.

When it comes to the food scene, Hong Kong is a gastronomic paradise. It offers a culinary experience like no other. From local street vendors serving up mouthwatering delicacies to high-end restaurants run by world-renowned chefs, there’s something for every food lover. Thus, you can indulge in a wide array of cuisines, ranging from dim sum and roasted meats to international flavors. While in Hong Kong, be sure to try the iconic dim sum, a traditional Cantonese cuisine that consists of bite-sized dishes served in bamboo steamers. Head to one of the local teahouses or Michelin-starred restaurants for the best dim sum experience. Don’t miss out on the famous roasted goose and different types of barbecued meats, as they are staples of Hong Kong’s food culture.

Whether you’re a foodie looking to taste the local flavors or someone who simply wants to try something new, the gastronomy scene in Hong Kong will not disappoint.

Happy Travel Awaits

With your trip to Hong Kong just around the corner, you now have all the necessary tools to make your journey a success. By researching local customs and etiquette, packing appropriately, and familiarizing yourself with public transportation options, you’ll be well-prepared for the adventure that awaits.

Besides all, remember to exercise caution regarding your belongings, stay connected with a local SIM card or portable Wi-Fi device, and learn a few common phrases in Cantonese to enrich your interactions with locals. Finally, remember to soak in the beauty of Hong Kong by taking plenty of photos and fully immersing yourself in the journey. Happy travel!

Trip Highlights

  • Arrival in Hong Kong – Victoria Peak for panoramic views
  • Ferry to Macao – St. Paul´s Ruins – A-Ma Temple
  • Macao: Explore Macao´s casinos – Cotai Strip
  • Hong Kong: Lantau Island – Big Buddha – Tai O fishing village
  • Hong Kong: Ladies Market – Temple Street Night Market
  • Hong Kong: fishing village of Aberdeen – Kowloon City district
  • Hong Kong: Wong Tai Sin Temple – Chi Lin Nunnery – Dim sum cooking class
  • Hong Kong – Departure – End of the tour

Itinerary

- Arrive in Hong Kong
- Explore Victoria Peak for panoramic views and enjoy a dinner at a local restaurant.

Take a ferry to Macao. Visit the Ruins of St. Paul's and A-Ma Temple. Indulge in Macanese cuisine for dinner.

Explore Macao's casino resorts and the Cotai Strip. Try your luck at the gaming tables and enjoy a performance at one of the shows.

Return to Hong Kong. Visit Lantau Island and take a cable car ride to the Big Buddha. Enjoy a seafood dinner at Tai O fishing village.

Discover Hong Kong's bustling markets like the Ladies Market and Temple Street Night Market. Sample street food along the way.

- Take a day trip to the nearby fishing village of Aberdeen. Enjoy a seafood lunch in a floating restaurant.
- Kowloon City district: Visit the vibrant Kowloon City district famous for its authentic South Asian cuisine.

- Explore Hong Kong's cultural side with visits to Wong Tai Sin Temple and Chi Lin Nunnery. Try traditional Cantonese cuisine for dinner.
- Take a cooking class in Hong Kong and learn how to make traditional dim sum or other local delicacies.

Depart from Hong Kong.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Seven (7) nights of hotel accommodation on a twin/double room sharing basis with daily breakfast in a hotel of your choice 3-Star or 4-Star
  • Assistance & guidance for Halal and/or Muslim-friendly catering places, restaurants, etc.
  • Assistance & guidance for Salat/prayer services: masjids, mosques, and prayer premises
  • Round trip airport-hotel-airport transfers.

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Round-trip International airfares
  • Own travel insurance
  • Gratuities or tips to porters, doormen, etc.
  • Personal expenditures, such as telephone bills, drinks, souvenirs, laundry, mini bar, pay TV, etc.
  • Because of the daily changes in the currency rates, a certain adjustment will apply,
  • if/when the depreciation exceeds 2.0%. The customers will be notified.
  • The tour is based on the self-service principle.
  • The hotel check-in time in Hong Kong is usually around 2:00 PM, and check-out at
  • around 12:00 AM. Early check-in or late check-out will lead to a surcharge.

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Hong Kong Now -Enjoy the Best of Guangdong Tour 8D7N
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/ Small group
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/ Group
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