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Hong Kong & Macao
7 day travel itinerary

by TripMapper

A place where modernity and tradition, east and west, have inextricably intertwined.

7 Days
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Hong Kong offers a mix of fascinating British colonial history, rich Chinese tradition and boundless energy for the future. The city's enchanting neighbourhoods and islands offer a sensory feast - savour an array of local delicacies, see the city’s stunning skyline, hike in the lush, green mountains, splurge in the city’s sprawling malls and experience life in a rural fishing village.

Just an hour’s ferry ride from Hong Kong is Macau, known as the ‘Vegas of China.’ However, Macau is much more than bright lights and gambling, it has fascinating cultural hybridity due to its Portuguese colonial past, which can be seen in its architecture, food and even its street names.

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Itinerary Highlights

  • Rumble up to Victoria Peak on the Peak Tram and marvel at the blend of man-made and natural landscapes
  • Wander through the neon city and savour an array of delicacies
  • Take in the city’s stunning skyline on the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbour
  • Escape the bustle of the city by hiking the meandering path on the ridge of Dragon's Back
  • Ride the cable car across the mountains to visit the Tian Tan Buddha statue
  • Kowloon’s Symphony of Light show
  • Visit Macao’s glittering casinos and diverse historical architecture