People from all parts of the world come to Hong Kong and Macau to spend an incredible holiday and return with loads of cherishable moments. What amazes them the most is the gleaming skyline, amusement parks and casinos. The street food scene and umpteen shopping venues are other highlights of the two cities. Spend a few days here and see all that these destinations have on offer with this Spectacular Hong Kong & Macau Holiday. Say hello to Hong Kong with a comprehensive sightseeing, covering Kowloon Waterfront, TSL Jewellery, Victoria Peak & Madame Tussauds. Besides, you can choose from a plethora of optional activities like a visit to Disneyland, trip to Ocean Park and full-day Macau city sightseeing.
Macau, also spelled Macao, is a tiny Chinese territory that is about 30 square kilometers in size. It is a fusion of East and West in lifestyles, architecture, and food. Known for its huge casinos and being the world's top gambling city, it boasts some popular attractions for tourists to visit.
Macau is Known as the 'Vegas of China', the ‘Vegas of the East’, is a melting pot of Eastern and Western cultures. Macau is indeed an epicentre of gambling and glitz. While luxury entertainment here is world-class, the city has much more to offer than that. Macau was a Portuguese colony for 300 years, a heritage marked by a wonderful cultural hybridity that manifests itself in all aspects of life: Chinese temples stand on maritime-themed Portuguese tiles; the sound of Cantonese permeates streets with Portuguese names; and when you're hungry, it could be Chinese dim sum, pastéis de nata (Portuguese egg tarts) or Macanese minchi (ground meat stir-fried with potatoes) that come to the rescue.
Best Places to visit in Macau
Best Time To Visit:
October to December and this is the ideal time for you to visit the city.
March to April: This is Spring time and it is also a great time to travel to Macau.
May and October: Macau tends to be hot and humid in between. While May is the wettest month, July is the hottest with an average high of 31°C. Winters in Macau are generally mild.
January and February are the coldest months with temperatures dropping to about 10°C. Even though a lot of tourists prefer to visit Macau after September, summer is a great time for a good swim in Macau!
At first sight, Hong Kong’s modernity and the way it seems to appear, absolutely busy in its own world with its gushing traffic, misty steam-filled eateries, blinding street lights and bright neon-lit signboards might leave you overwhelmed. However, these very lights, life and legacies, somehow find a place in Asia’s world city. A former British colony until 1997, bustling Hong Kong extends from central Hong Kong Island across Victoria Harbour to the Kowloon Peninsula and outwards to include the New Territories. The outlying islands like Lantau, Lamma and Cheung Chau are lesser-known areas that are slowly becoming popular recreation spots. Standing below the magnificent Victoria Peak, this multi-ethnic city boasts of world-class attractions and entertainment options, larger-than-life shopping malls and eclectic cuisines from around the globe. Away from the mayhem of the 21st Century, the savoir-faire tourist will be surprised to come across fine glimpses of quaint tranquillity, rustic and far-flung trails and breathtaking views. A storehouse of energy at all hours, the motto of everyone who heads to Hong Kong is loud and clear – live and let live!
Best Places to visit in Hong Kong
Best Time To Visit:
March - April and October - November: These are the best times of the year to visit Hong Kong. The spring time (March - April) sees cool evenings. The months of October and November are agreeable too. Pleasant breezes, perfect amount of sunshine and moderate temperatures are some things which make autumn an ideal time to visit the Island.
May - September: This is the typhoon season in Hong Kong and thus not a preferred time to travel to the Island. June to August is when the city tends to get very hot, wet and humid. The temperatures go beyond 31°C and the high humidity levels make it difficult for anyone to indulge in any outdoor activities.
December - February: Hong Kong is the coldest between December and February. It remains dry and cloudy during this time and the temperatures can drop below 10°C. Also, many shops remain closed during the Chinese New Year (mid-January to February, dates change annually).