HIGHLIGHTS OF HONG KONG & MACAU
The views from Victoria Peak. Ride the funicular railway to the peak and watch the nightly Symphony of Lights dazzle Hong Kong.
It’s outlying islands. Unbeknown to most, Hong Kong is made up of 260 islands and is 70% rural. Charter a ‘junk’ (boat) and pack a picnic to explore the scattered fishing villages and authentic rural life.
Sampan rides along Aberdeen Harbour. Meander past floating islands and watch local fisherman selling their craft on a river cruise in a traditional Sampan boat.
Tian Tan Buddha. Governing Lantau Island from atop the Po Lin Monastery, this giant bronze Buddha watches over the lands from his Lotus throne some 268 steps high.
Temple Street Night Market. Kowloon’s bustling street bazaar comes alive after dark, where traders ply their goods, fortune tellers entertain and delicious food aromas waft the streets.
Happy Valley Racecourse. Encased by a border of towering skyscrapers, this prestigious race course is thought to house the richest Jockey Club in the world, and promises an evening of thrills at the races.