Witness a dazzling metropolitan like no other where the traditions of the East fuse seamlessly together with the modern ways of the West with this customizable private guided tour showcasing the highlights of Hong Kong. Behold the city in all its splendour during a panoramic city tour, explore the various neighbourhoods, discover historic temples, visit a fishing village & journey to neighbouring Macau with its eclectic mixture of historic Portuguese sites & modern mega-casinos. Featuring a 5 star hotel, this is a first class way to experience the magic of Hong Kong!
Relax after your flight on your privately chauffeured transfer from Hong Kong airport to your accommodation on Hong Kong Island.
Located in the heart of the financial district, the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong overlooks the Victoria Harbor. This property is just a short walk from the famous night-time entertainment area of bars, restaurants and clubs. Offering beautiful views of the surrounding, the 502 guestrooms are well-appointed and come with modern amenities to make your stay a pleasant one. The magnificent spa offers healing philosophies of Ayurveda and traditional Chinese Medicine to soothe your senses and enchant your soul. You can workout at the state-of-the-art gymnasium or have a bracing dip in the swimming pool during your stay in this hotel.
Enjoy a half day Hong Kong island tour where you will have the opportunity to visit Victoria Peak, Aberdeen Fishing Village and Repulse Bay. Afterwards enjoy a lovely Dim Sum lunch at Jumbo Restaurant. All rides are also included.
Enjoy a half day Kowloon Tour where you will have the opportunity to visit Wong Tai Sin Temple, Jade Market and the Bird and Flower Market. A Chinese set lunch will be prepared for you at a local restaurant.
Enjoy a full day private tour with an English speaking guide through Macau. There you will visit the ruins of St. Paul's, Peuha Church, Macau Tower, A Ma Temple, Senado Square and casino. A lovely lunch will be served to you at a local restaurant. Please note there is a mandatory Macau visa fee for some nationalities of $100 HKD that must be paid locally.
Please note obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of China for the most up to date visa information.
HEALTHHealth insurance is essential. Medical facilities outside of major cities are poor quality. We recommend that you see a health-care provider who specializes in Travel Medicine. The doctor or health-care provider will determine what vaccinations and medication you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities. For more information on travel requirements, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website: http://wwwn.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/china.aspx COUNTRY INFOCapital: Beijing. Government: People's Republic. China comprises 23 provinces, five autonomous regions, two special administrative regions and four municipalities directly under central government. Language: The official language is Mandarin Chinese. Among the enormous number of local dialects, large groups speak Cantonese, Shanghaiese (also known as Shanghainese), Fuzhou, Hokkien-Taiwanese, Xiang, Gan and Hakka dialects in the south. Inner Mongolia, Tibet and Xinjiang, which are autonomous regions, have their own languages. English is spoken by many guides and in hotels. Many taxi drivers do not speak English, even in big cities. Religion: China is officially Atheistic, but the stated religions and philosophies are Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism. There are 100 million Buddhists and approximately 60 million Muslims, 5 million Protestants (including large numbers of Evangelicals) and 4 million Roman Catholics, largely independent of Vatican control. Time: GMT + 8. Despite the vast size of the country, Beijing time is standard throughout China. Electricity: 220 volts AC, 50Hz. Two-pin and three-pin sockets are generally in use. However, most 4 to 5 star hotels are also wired for the use of 110 volt appliances. Telephone: Country code +86 Mobile Telephone: China has the most mobile phone users in the world, backed by a very sophisticated mobile communications system that now covers the entire country. Roaming agreements exist with most major international mobile phone companies. Alternatively, you can buy a prepaid GSM SIM card (from China Mobile stores) that allows you to use your mobile like a local phone with a new number. You'll need your passport to register. Internet: The number of Internet users in China reached 253 million in 2008. Internet cafes can be found in most towns and cities, and Wi-Fi is increasingly available at hotels and cafes in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Hangzhou and other major cities.
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