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Explore a 5- Day Hong Kong Macau Tour Itinerary! Know-How?

Visitors plan a holiday with different moods and every mood has a different itinerary to match. Tourists are arriving in a small group, large group, with family or solo travelers with different mindset and spirit. Some are seeking a romantic setup for their honeymoon or a place to quench their thirst of being adventurous. The Hong Kong Macau trip will be panoptic, “everything for everyone”.

Even the spiritual passion or the shopping craze also get satisfied on this trip.

Your Hong Kong Macau tour can be easily formed depending on whether you want to spend a single day or 2 days, 5 days or 7 days to this trip.

According to us, Savouring 5 days on Hong Kong Macau tour is perfect Why?

Read below to know all about the itinerary and the reason for our recommendation.

We propose our fellow travelers to follow this precise itinerary to embrace all the significant attraction through the Hong Kong Macau tour. Select any exciting Hong Kong Macau tour package matching your mood.

5- Day Hong Kong Macau Itinerary: Know-how?

Day 1:

After landing in Hong Kong city, the lingering day can be enjoyed in the city tour. Hong Kong is Britishers owned independent country on the southern border of China. In Hong Kong, you won’t mind spending the entire single day ogling the buildings touching the sky. Hong Kong is a “city that never sleeps’. With its lively nightlife, the streets are bustling with many visitors hanging in restaurants, pubs, bars.

Attractions:-

The popular spots to visit in the city on the 1 st day are

  • Madame Tussauds Museum
  • Victoria peak
  • Tram ride
  • Jewelry market.
  • Nightlife
  • Aberdeen fishing village

Important suggestion:

There is lots of walking to explore the city and Hong Kong doesn’t possess many street benches, pack comfortable shoes and clothes to enjoy the sightseeing.  

Day 2:

On a second-day visit to Disneyland which cannot be missed. Spend the complete day experiencing the amazing rides which are world-class, the parades, the frolic activities, and many more fun activities. If you are obsessed with Disney characters than planning a luxurious stay there can be a great way to spend some more time in your fancy world.

Day 3:

On the third day, you should probably pack your bags and move towards Macau. The driving distance between Hong Kong and Macau is about to 86 Km. The exciting one-hour driving experience to Macau from Hong Kong can be enjoyed with utmost comfortably and scenic views. There are three opportunities convenient for travelers to drive from Hong Kong to Macau.

  • The ferries,
  • a short flight or
  • Shuttle ride over Hong Kong Macau bridge.

Important suggestion:

Cruising using Ferry from Hong Kong to Macau is extremely popular because 

  • It is the cheapest way to travel
  • It takes the least time in commuting.

Attractions:-

The popular spots to visit in the city on 3rd day are

  • Fisherman’s Wharf – theme park of Macau.
  • Macau Grand Prix circuit
  • UNESCO world heritage site followed by the Temple of A-MA & St. Paul ruins.

Day 4:

Rouse up your tired muscles and book a ferry or the cab to return to Hong Kong. Day 4 will be spent in exploring marine life in the most unique way. Ocean Park is another most visited popular attraction after Disneyland in Hong Kong. The park is also equipped with large aquariums to view marine life and also some water splashing roller coaster rides. The submarine diving is one such reckless ride to get that adrenaline rush.

Day 5:

The Hong Kong Macau trip comes to an end on day 5. The best way to spend the last day is to indulge in shopping and collect souvenirs for relatives and friends. Hong Kong has many malls with some cheap buying options. You can even relax and pack your bags and wave”Zàijiàn” (Goodbye in the Mandarin language) to the financial city.

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