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Hong Kong and Macao Multi Centre

The vibrant city of Hong Kong is the perfect destination to combine with Macao. Enjoy the bustling street markets or the upmarket malls of Hong Kong, here you'll be sure to find great gifts and souvenirs. Hong Kong is home to a number of attractions, offering something for everyone, some of which include; Avenue of Stars and The Peak. Restaurants are plentiful with over 10,000 to choose from, Hong Kong is a foodie’s paradise.

60 Kilometres and only a 60 minute boat ride from Hong Kong is Macao. With its relaxed Portuguese influenced atmosphere, and architecture, along with the UNESCO World Heritage listed historic centre, Macao is a unique fusion of Chinese and Portuguese culture. As one of the fastest growing destinations in the Far East, Macao should be on everyone’s list to visit.

7 days
Start your journey
Fireworks Festival

Trip highlights

  • Watch The Symphony of Lights in Hong Kong
  • Enjoy some retail therapy at one of Hong Kong's markets or malls.
  • Experience the unique fusion of Chinese and Portuguese culture in Macao
  • Enjoy the House of the Dancing Water show

Continue your journey in Macau - this was once a Portuguese Colony so while you’re wondering around you will find many Portuguese influenced buildings; walking around Senado Square you see such amazingly brightly coloured buildings, amongst the hustle and bustle of all the casinos.

The Ruins of St. Paul’s are best to visit just before the sunset it is much quieter and you’re guaranteed to get the best snaps. Located within the city of dreams, the house of dancing water is definitely a must do for anybody travelling to Macau, pre-book your tickets as its very popular and for those looking for the full experience book seats in the first 5 rows. Home to the world’s tallest bungee jump and the best views of Macau, is the Macau Tower, the 360’ rotating restaurant and take in the cities sights while you dine, with the occasional view of a thrill seeker zooming past you on their bungee jump.

Start your adventure inHong Kong, a vibrant metropolis where East meets West and ancient meets modern,we recommend spending a minimum of three nights here to really get to know Hong Kong.

Take a ride on the Peak Tram funicular railway, watching Hong Kong Island's skyscrapers pass by your window as you climb to The Peak. At the top enjoy the stunning views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. With over 10,000 restaurants to choose from, Hong Kong is a food lover’s paradise. A trip to Hong Kong is not complete without at least a little bit of shopping, from street markets to high end shopping centres, you are sure to find something. A holiday to Hong Kong will leave you with unique and unforgettable experiences.