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Day One Hong Kong
Arrive Hong Kong International Airport and transferred to your Hong Kong Hotel by hotel coach. A list of recommendations of things to do and see will be supplied
Evening Accommodation Eaton Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong or similar
Day Two Hong Kong
Today enjoy a deluxe seat on coach tour of Hong Kong Island with an English speaking guide. The highlights will include in addition to the sightseeing; The Peak Tram, and admission to Victoria Peak’s Sky Terrace Aberdeen Fishing Village and Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, the tour includes a dim sum Chinese lunch on the famous floating Jumbo Palace Restaurant, Stanley Market, a shoppers paradise and the Man Mo Temple Built in 1847, dedicated to the gods, Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts).Your day concludes with travel through Hong Kong and Kowloon on the Rickshaw open topped double decker bus.
Day Three Hong Kong – Guangzhou
Following breakfast at hotel transferred to the Kowloon Railway Station where you will depart on the train for Guangzhou on the Kowloon/Canton Railway. This historic train journey from Hong Kong travels through Kowloon and Hong Kong’s New Territories before crossing the Chinese border at the city of Shenzhen. Throughr ural countryside of Guangzhou Province and the Pearl River Delta. From Guangzhou railway station transferred to your hotel. Early evening depart your hotel for your Pearl River Dinner Tour. The Pearl River which runs through the heart of Guangzhou and the 3rd largest river in China. Tour includes a buffet dinner. The River cruise will take in some the spectacular cityscapes along the banks of the river at night.
Evening Accommodation A China Hotel by Marriott, Guangzhou or similar
Day Four Guangzhou Day Tour
Full day tour of Guangzhou by coach with an English speaking guide. The tour includes the Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Memorial Hall, adjacent to Yuexiu Park, the Five Ram Statue and Zhenhai Tower, both before moving on to Guangzhou Museum and the Arts and Craft centre at Yi Yao Qi. A Chinese Lunch will be provided. In the afternoon the tour visit the Chen Clan Academy, built at the end of the Qing Dynasty (1616 – 1911), the Hualin Buddhist Temple and Shamian Island the home to the British and French following the opium wars of 1850’s. ( A gazetted historical area that serves as a tranquil reminder of the Colonial European period. )
Day Five Guangzhou – Macau
Late morning departure from your Guangzhou Hotel travelling by road by private transfer through Guangzhou City and south through the Pearl River Delta to Macau. This 2.5 hour journey to the Macau boarder crossing provides an unique view of both the new urbanisation coupled with the old rural China as it has been farmed or centuries. Once you arrive in Macau you will be transferred to your hotel, the remainder of the afternoon and evening at leisure.
Evening Accommodation Sofitel Ponte 16 Hotel, Macau or similar
Day Six Macau
Today you will enjoy a full day tour of Macau, a city where the East meets the West. On this tour you will be shown the charm of the Chinese and Portuguese heritage embraced in arrays of modernized architecture. Highlights include several world heritage sites, including a section of the old city walls, A Chinese traditional style temple called Na Tcha Temple, the ruins of St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church, the Mount Fortress, the 400 year old temple of A-Ma. Also included in the tour is lunch at a local restaurant and admission to the Macau Tower providing breath-taking views of the entire city of Macau. Remainder of the evening at leisure.
Day Seven Macau – Hong Kong
Following breakfast at your hotel you will today return to Hong Kong, by Turbo Jet, for your flight departing from Hong Kong International Airport. The departure time from Macau will depend on the time of your departing flight.
Please Note:- 1. A Single Entry Visa into China is not included in the tour price, we are happy to acquire this for you, see booking menu opposite for details
2. All pricing is based on twin/double share room occupancy any single person travelling will require the payment of the single person room supplement, see booking menu opposite for details