HONG KONG WITH MACAU (5 Nights / 6 Days)

HONG KONG WITH MACAU (5 Nights / 6 Days)

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Itinerary
 
Day 1: Delhi - Hong Kong
Arrive at the Hong Kong airport then proceed to Arrival Hall , you will meet our representative and transfer to the Hotel. Check-in at the hotel (Early check-in subjected to availability). Rest of the day is free to explore the city on your own. Overnight at the Hotel in Hong Kong. (B)
 
Day 2: Hong Kong 
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel , Afternoon 14:30 Hong Kong 1/2 Day City tour with 1 way peak tram ride, Madame Tussads Victoria peak, Repulse Bay, Golden Bauhinia, Jewellery factory, 1 hour Harbour cruise, Aberdeen Fishing village and Indian dinner and transfer to Hotel ( B / D )
 
Day 3: Hong Kong
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel coffee shop Today spend your day with the Entrance pass to Disneyland included. Quack up" at the hilarious hi-jinks of Donald Duck as one of Disneys biggest animated stars takes you on a three-dimensional journey through some of the most memorable moments in Disney animated films. Meet princesses, villains and beloved heroes up close in this silly symphony of surprises. Its a hilarious adventure through movies, music and mayhem. and enjoy a timeless realm of imagination and enchantment. A place where you areDreams will turn into reality. Transfer to the hotel in Hongkong (B)
 
Day 4: Hong Kong - Macau 
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel , then you will be picked from the hotel at 1100 hours and will be transferred to the Hong Kong pier for the Ferry to Macau.Upon arrival transfer to Hotel(B)
 
Day 5: Macau
After Breakfast at the Hotel. Macau city tour with St. Paul church, lotus Square, Macau tower ( entrance fee only ) kwam iam status and Casino .Overnight at hotel in Macau. (B & L)
 
Day 6: Macau - Delhi
After Breakfast at the hotel you will take the free shuttle bus to pier for ferry to Hong Kong .Arrive Hong Kong Airport to board the flight to Delhi. (B)
 
Inclusion
Hotel Accommodation.
Buffet Breakfast.
Airport Transfers.
Disneyland Tour with Pass.
Macau City Tour with Lunch.
Macau Tower Ticket.
All Transfer & Ferry Ticket
Half Day City tour with Madamme Tussads/Peak Tram Ride/Harbour Cruise with Indian Dinner
Half day Hong Kong city tour.
Return ferry tickets for Macau.
Air Fare with Taxes.
The number of attractions in Macau is growing quite rapidly these days, meaning it is more difficult to see all the things that you would like in just a day trip from Hong Kong.  More and more visitors are opting to stay 1 or 2 nights in Macau in order to fully explore all the island has to offer. However for those with limited time, there are two main areas in Macau that are most worthy of spending you time.  These include the traditional Macau city centre area, the Cotai Strip and Taipa Village area.  Additional attractions exist around Macau but are difficult to add to a day trip when you to budget ferry travel time back and forth to Hong Kong.  
 
 
The total tourism expenditure associated with inbound tourism reached HK$7,333 per capita in 2011. According to the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Overall visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in 2010 totalled just over 36 million, a 21.8% increase over the previous year. The numbers included approximately 22.5 million mainland Chinese arrivals, 8.2 million short-haul (excluding Mainland) arrivals, and 4.8 million long-haul arrivals.[1] In July 2011 more than 3.8 million visitors arrived in Hong Kong, equivalent to more than half of Hong Kong's population and setting an outright record for a single month.
 
 
Along with the strong growth in the number of Mainland visitors, most other long and short-haul markets are also performing healthily with double-digit growth over 2006. Among long-haul markets, Europe, Africa and the Middle East took the lead with arrivals of 1,916,861, an 11.1% increase that made this Hong Kong's best-performing market region in 2006.While facing increasing competition from Mainland cities and Macau, the Hong Kong Tourism Board works closely with authorities and trade to make Hong Kong an essential component in all combo and multi-destination itineraries.Tourism, along with international trade and financial services are the three main sources of income for Hong Kong.
 
 
Individual MOUs with Alain St.Ange were signed by Jason Wong, the Director and General Manager of Hong Thai Travel Services Limited; Vivian Tam, the Manager Tour Operations of Miramar Limited; Pang Tsit Yu Eva, the Assistant General Manager, and Wu Ho Yan of the Outbound Travel Department of China International Services (HK) Holding Limited; Simon Wo, the General Manager of Jetour Holiday (China) Limited; Henry Lai, the Manager, Operations Department of Wincastle Travel (HK) Limited; Isaac Yau, the General Manager, and Kevin Law, the Operations Manager, of Patterson Travel Service; Rick Chau, the General Manager of Nan Hwa (Express) Travel Service Limited; Billy Wong, the Manager of Sun N Sea Holidays; Pat Au, the General Manager of Xpert Holidays; Kwok Ka Man, the Manager of The Travel Services Limited; Chris To, the General Manager of the Global International Tourist Company; and Alvin Lau, the Product Manager of Kuoni Travel (China) Ltd. Members of the Seychelles tourism private sector members present and Ambassador Philippe Le Gall and Consul General Cheng Ning Ning Diana witnessed the signature of the MOUs.
 
 
Qiangqiong, an official of the bureau, said that Hong Kong is a world's tourist distribution center and transhipment station, as well as one of China's inbound tourism markets.Through the platform of Hong Kong, Tibet will be able to attract more high-end tourists from Hong Kong and Macao, as well as visitors from Southeastern Asian countries, Europe and Americas.At the promotion spots, visitors will be able to appreciate Tibetan-style costumes and Tibetan songs and dances.Besides, the Lhasa City Tourism Bureau will sign a letter of intent with the Jetour Group, a Hong Kong-based travel agency.Following the trip to Hong Kong and Macao, Lhasa officials will promote the city's tourism programs in Japan and South Korea.
 

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