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3 days in HK 1 day in Macau. How to maximize my 1st time travel?

by Jex
(Philippines)

We will be arriving in Hong Kong at about 9:00 pm on Sept 25 then our hotel is in TST. Meron pa ba kaming pwedeng puntahan?


On Sept 26 I plan to go in Ngong Ping take a cable ride and disneyland pwede pa ba singit Avenue of stars sa gabi if I still wanted to watch Fireworks sa Disneyland?

On Sept 27 I'm planning to visit Victoria Peak before going to Macau. And on my last day Ocean park then Airport, mag check-out na ba kami in the morning, pano yung mga baggage namin. I am travelling with 2 kids and 1 senior citizen and 1 adult.

Pls. suggest length of stay, fare involve and best way to reach in the said area? Also if my It is ok or you can make singit other place to visit.

By the way, my flight is 9:55 pm on Sept 28.

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6N/7D trip to Hong Kong from India
by: Anonymous

Hi There,

My family (4 adults, 1 kid) is planning for a 6N/7D trip to Hong Kong and Macau. We plan to stay at Ovolo 100 hotel.

Would you please help me plan itinerary? We want to make the best out of this trip. Thank you!

Response to 6N 7D Trip to Hong Kong From India



Dear Reader:

Thank for your inquiry.

You could find answers to you itinary here



6N/7D trip to Hong Kong

Enjoy your trip

Travel Tips
by: Jhen

Please help us to make an itinerary for 3 days staying at hongkong & macau.
Arrival time: june 20, 1am
Departure time: june 23, 2am
we will stay in Camy House, Yau Ma Tei

We want to visit the following attractions:
1.avenue of the star & symphony of lights
2.Disneyland, ngong ping cable car, giant Buddha and other lantau attractions
3.museum, shopping malls (ladies market, etc.)
4.ocean park
5. macau (1 day)

QUESTIONS:
what is the best transportation?
how to locate all the listed attractions above?
how much is the fare or ticket per ride?

Thank you very much.

3 days itinerary
by: Anonymous

we are visiting hongkong on february 8-11, 2014. any suggestions on our intinerary to maximize the time and if we could squeeze in a sidetrip to macau. we are 4 adults and 1 kid. likewise i would like to find cheap lodging houses for us. thanks and hoping for a positive response

re: first time hk traveller
by: HKinsider Don

Hi Ramon,

I suggest you try to follow the links below for our suggested HK itineraries.
Also, the most popular Hong Kong spots are listed at the bottom of this page, just follow those links for a quick overview to those attractions and specially, to read the instructions in getting there.

Hope you that will give you some insights.

First Time Traveller
by: Ramon Cruz

Hindi ko po alam kung paano ko sisimulan ang itinerary naming mag-anak,. ako po asawa ko at isang anak,. From Hongkong Disneyland pano po ba at ano-ano po ba ang mga tourist spot sa Hongkong,.. Wala po talaga kmeng alam. Sana po matulungan nyo kme. Salamat po.

HK ON A STRICT BUDGET
by: dcdexplorer

Hi, we'll be in hk on sept. 12-15 2013. Appreciate if you can help me with my itinerary below:
9/12 eta 9am (hk)
9/15 etd 930pm (macau)
5 adults

Day 1
* disneyland - from airport, we're planning to go straight to disneyland and just leave our backpacks on their paid lockers.
Questions:
1. Will it be cheaper if we just take a cab from d airport? I read here that if we do so, there would b additional charges for each luggage. What if we are to bring backpacks? Will additional charges apply? How much?
2. How many backpacks can fit in the 60 hkd lockers located on the main street in disney?
3. Part of our packed things will be biscuits, instant coffee and a few chips. Are we allowed to bring these stuffs inside until we reach the main street for the lockers?
4. We'll be staying in disney until fireworks before we head to our guesthouse in yuifai (golden crown court in tst). How can we get there from disney? How long will it take?
5. Any suggestion where we can take our late dinner along tst? Somewhere near golden crown court? delicious noodles and dim sum will suffice. Just the affordable ones (less than 50%hkd per pax)

Day 2
* Ocean Park / night market
Questions:
1. How to go in ocean park from golden crown court? How many minutes?
2. What market would you suggest? Somewhere we could find cheap stuffs for pasalubong - hk shirts, esprit, Giordano, cheap perfumes, etc.

** to be continued **

4D/3N HK and MACAU June 12-15, 2013
by: Anonymous

Hi, me and my family together with friends will explore hongkong and macau on june 12 arrivinh hk at 8:55am and will will leave hk on june15 at 9:45am.
Our itinerary goes like this:

Day1: off to Emperor Hotel for check in then on our own time we plan to go to disneyland directly but we're thinking of having 1 attraction before going to disneyland and then last stop ladies market

Day2: half-day tour package -golden bauhina square, repulse bay, aberdeen fishing village and jewelry manufacturer then after another half-day tour to macau tour ends at venetian we plan to go to city of dreams to watch dancing water show then after go to wynn macau.We will stay overnyt at Taipa Square or Emperor on our own.

Day3: on our own
Ocean Park, the Peak and then Symphony of Lights

is our itinerary ok and how can we go to attraction from another attraction.

Thank you.

HK trip
by: Grace

Hi. We will be visiting this Feb7-10. Can you recommend good places to eat?
Also what other places to visit? We have been to Disneyland, Ocean Park etc. This time we are interested to see Temple Street, Stanley Market, any tips when visiting these places?
Pls give directions from TST going to 53 Staunton St in Central. How do we get there taking MTR?
Lastly, pls advise what type of clothing to wear this time of the month.

Thanks .


3 days in HK & 1 day in Macau
by: Anonymous

We are travelling 9 adults and 3 children. we will arrive in Hongkong January 20, 2013 at 1:35am. We will go back to the Philippines January 25 at 2:20am. Please send me an itinerary for this trip in Hongkong. This is our first time to go there. What tourists spot there can you suggest that will be going to visit. Thank you.

4d/3n stay in hongkong
by: Haylee

Hello :)

Pls help me plan our stay for 4 days 3 nights. We will be staying at Cosmo mongkok hotel. We plan to go to disneyland on our 2nd day. Any suggestions where else to go aside from avenue of stars and etc.

Btw, how do we get to disneyland from our hotel. Thank you so much!

4nights/4 days
by: Dez

hi!

i want to ask for help in doing our itinerary fr our stay in hong kong.
our ETA is on july 20 @ 9pm and departure will be on july 24 @ 9pm. btw it's our first time in hk and we are 3 in our trip. we'll be staying in sai kung, kowloon hongkong.

we want to visit macau too even if it's just for 1 day.

kindly help us in determining our tour, disney land will be included but ocean park is not.

kindly also include time, what to ride?where to ride including the fare. thanks!
hope u can help us!

re: Hongkong trip
by: hKinsider Don

Day 1:
Most of well-known HK Shopping malls close at 10:00pm.

I suggest malls somewhere at Mong Kok area like Langham Place - they're open until 11:00pm, then afterwards you can proceed to the nearby Street Markets.

Day 3:

1.) Macau (full day)

Upon getting at Macau, just get a taxi and proceed to the Senado Square - the main plaza, most of the tourist attraction can be found nearby to that area.

Day 4:
* Wanchai is a good place to hang out where you can easily find a lot of bars and restaurants.

* Mong Kok is the perfect place for shopping.

Day 5:
Final shopping, it is ideal to do it at Elements mall specially if you're taking the Airport Express from Kowloon to HKIA.

The Elements mall Hong Kong is located directly above the Kowloon MTR Station.

Weather here in HK in May is still spring season. It is quite humid and hot so wearing shorts and t-shirts are fine. Here's to read full weather condition in Hong Kong.

re: Hongkong trip
by: HKinsider Don

@ Grace,

First, Hotel Panorama by Rhombus is located at 8A Hart Avenue, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Just a minute walk from MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit N1.

Please note that when taking the public transport in HK such as buses and MTR trains (except a taxi), you'll need to pay individually, so that is why it is important that each one of you will hold an octopus card for travel convenience.

There are "CHILD" (for children age 3 - 12) and "SENIOR" (for seniors age above 65) Octopus cards available for them to avail a half fare discount, otherwise, you'll be given an "ADULT" Octopus card.

Taxis in HK are limited to 5 passengers only, I afraid you need two taxi cabs in your group if you intend to travel by taxi. A taxi from HK airport straight to Hotel Panorama by Rhombus is about 38 mins drive @ HK$265 + HK$5 per pc of luggage.

From HKIA, it is very economical to travel by bus to Hotel Panorama, about 70 mins bus trip @ HK$33. Take the Citybus Cityflyer Route A21 from Airport GTC and then get off at 16th bus stop located at 27 Chatham Road South after Mody Road and take a minute walk to the hotel.

Or, you can opt to take the Airport Express from Airport to Kowloon station (21 mins @ HK$90) --> take Airport Express free shuttle bus (route K2) from Kowloon station and get off at East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station --> take a short walk to the hotel.

* From Hotel Panorama to Disneyland by MTR (32 mins @ HK$17): East TST station West Rail Line to Nam Cheong station --> change to Tung Chung Line and get off at Sunny Bay station --> change to Disneyland Resort Line to Disneyland station Exit A --> walk 3 mins to the park entrance.

* From Hotel Panorama to Ocean Park by MTR + bus: From East TST station, take a walk about 10 mins to the adjacent TST station --> take the Tsuen Wan Line train and get off at Admiralty station (5 mins @ HK$8.1) and take Exit B --> bus 629 to Ocean Park (25 mins @ HK$10.6).

Hongkong trip
by: Grace

Thank you for the feedback. We will be arriving in the morning at 10am and we are a family of 6. (4 adults and 2 teenagers ages 14 and 11). Will it be better to take Airport Express? (is there a discount if we are many?)or the Bus? if Bus, where do we go down? Our Hotel is at Hotel Panorama by Rhombus at TST.

1.) How much is fare for taxi for 6 people?

2.) How do we go to Disneyland / Ocean Park using MTR from TST?

Day 1
1.) Arrival in the am

2.) Disneyland up to closing for Fireworks.

3.) Any suggestion where we can go for other places to see? or eat at?

What time do malls close?

Day 2
1.) Ocean Park till around 4pm

2.) The Peak /Madame Tussauds

3.) Victoria Harbour (Ferry ride)

Day 3
1.) Macau (full day)

What are the must see places there?

Day 4
1.) City sightseeing

2.) Museums

3.) Shopping (What are the best malls for clothes/cosmetics/gadgets?

4.)What can you explore in Wan Chai,Mongkok?

Day 5
1.) Early check out

2.) City Express check in

3.) Free time until our 6pm departure

Any suggestions?

Is it better to take taxi from our Hotel to Kowloon Station with 3 luggages or can we just take the MTR?

Where exactly is the Airport Express Kowloon Station? is that in the Elements mall?

Lastly, what weather conditions do you have now (May) so we can bring appropriate attire.

Thanks very much.

re: 4nights/5 days in HK
by: hkinsider Don

Hello Grace,

I would suggest you go to this discussion to read about sample itineraries and getting there, it also discussed about being first timers in HK.

Citicorp Centre is located at 18 Whitfield Road, Fortress Hill, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It is about 5 mins walk from MTR Fortress Hill Station Exit A, in front of SOGO Department Store.

It is easy to get to Citicorp if your coming from Ocean Park, once you arrive at Admiralty station (when taking bus 629 from Ocean Park), just take the Island Line trains to Fortress Hill Station (9 mins @ HK$4.6).

4nights/5 days in HK
by: Grace

Hi.

We are arriving in Hongkong on May 24 by 10am and leaving May 28 at 6pm. We are 4 adults with 2 teenagers ages 14 and 11 and will be staying at the TST area.

Can you suggest an itinerary to maximize and enjoy travel for the family? pls give suggestions what transpo to take.

Also, I would like to make a side trip to the Citicorp bldg in Whitfield street in Fortress Hill. What area is this? is it near Ocean park or Disneyland? i just want to maximize my time.

Thank you.

Re: First time to HK
by: HKinsider Don

Here's the maximized itinerary for a day in Ocean Park, the Peak and Victoria harbour for Avenue of Stars and watch the Symphony of Lights. Please follow link to read detailed travel instruction.

From your hotel to Ocean Park: Shuttle bus to Langham Place mall --> Mong Kok MTR thru Exit C3 --> Tsuen Wan Line train to Admiralty station (10 mins @ HK$9.9) then take Exit B --> bus 629 to Ocean Park entrance (25 mins @ HK$10.6).

The rest of the travel instruction can be read at the page linked above.

A must read topic discussion for first time in HK.

Re: First time to HK
by: HKinsider Don

Ok, considering you're traveling in tight budget and you're 14 in a group. First thing you consider is by taking bus if it is available like from HK airport to the hotel. Second, consider a taxi (3 cabs in your group as taxi can accommodate up to 5 persons only).

For the octopus card, yes, I highly recommend that you purchase each of you upon arrival at HKIA. It is essential when touring around the city. Don't worry, you can ask for a refund of the remaining stored value of your octopus card before your departure. Take note that there are also "Child" octopus card for children blow 12 yrs old for half fare.

The Cosmo Hotel Mongkok (pls follow link to read hotel more info and view location map) is a 4-star hotel located at 88 Tai Kok Tsui Road Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Here's the most efficient travel route in getting to the Cosmo Hotel Mongkok from HK airport, by bus + hotel free shuttle bus (at Langham Place Shopping Mall bus stop).

--> Take the Bus A21 from Airport Ground Transportation Centre (bus stop no.1) and get off at bus stop no.6 located at 688 Nathan Road outside Argyle Centre, Mong Kok. Bus travel time is about an hour @ HK$33.

--> Take about 3 minutes walk from the bus stop to the Langham Place mall where you can find the hotel shuttle bus stop. Pls refer to the map below for the walking route map.

--> take the free shuttle bus to the hotel.

A21 Bus stop no.6 and Cosmo Hotel Mongkok shuttle bus waiting point walking route map:

View Cosmo Hotel Mongkok from HK airport in a larger map

First time to HK
by: Anonymous

Hi, we plan to buy an octopus card for our travel on April 13-17. What is the best way going to Cosmo Hotel Mong Kok considering that we have 4 kids with us and we are 10 adults.

We are on a tight budget that's why we consider buying octopus cards for us, although doubtful with the luggages that we have. Please enlighten us. One more thing, most of what I have read in the column would only be going to Ocean Park, how about when we want to go to Victoria harbour/peak/Tussauds after ocean park?

What is the best way/direction for us to take? Thanks much.

Re: 3 days in HK 1 day in Macau. How to maximize my 1st time travel?
by: HKinsider stellar

jun 13: Ngong Ping 360 --> HK Museums --> HK Shopping

Getting to Ngong Ping, here's a travel route instruction ( post dated Nov 02, 2010 ).

*You need to secure a China Visa to get to Shenzhen. For more information, please visit our Passport and Visa page.

Please read travel instruction in getting to Shenzhen

Note: the bold and blue color words are major hong kong tourist attractions, their links are in the bottom of this page. Please follow those links to read more information about it specially on how to get there.

Re: 3 days in HK 1 day in Macau. How to maximize my 1st time travel?
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Thessa :)

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your trip.

Cosmic Guest House Hong Kong is rated 2-star hotel conveniently located at 12/F, Block F1 (Reception) Mirador Mansion, 54-64 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

jun 9: airport--> hotel--> Street Night Markets - Ladies' Night Market

Getting to Cosmic Guest house at Mirador Mansion from HK Airport, read travel instruction here ( post dated Apr 26, 2011 ).

Getting to Ladies' Market, read travel guide here ( post dated Aug 02, 2011 ).

jun 10: HK Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm)

Getting to Disneyland, here's to read a detailed travel guide ( post dated Aug 02, 2011 ).

jun 11: Ocean Park --> Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds) --> Star Ferry --> Avenue of Stars --> Symphony of Lights at 8pm

Getting to Ocean Park, here's to read a detailed ( post dated Nov 02, 2010 ).

Getting to the Peak: Take same bus no. 629 back to Admiralty MTR station. From Admiralty station, I suggest you take a taxi to the Peak Tram Terminus, about 10 minutes @ HK$30. Then take the Peak Tram straight to the Peak, 7 minutes @ HK$36 (round trip).

Getting to the Star Ferry: Get back to the Peak Tram Lower terminal and nearby you'll find the Peak Tram Bus Terminal. Take the Bus 15C to Central Ferry Pier Bus Terminus (10 minutes @ HK$4.2). Walk about 3 minutes to nearby Star Ferry Pier no.7 and take the Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui, 9 minutes @ HK$2.5. Then you can walk about 5 minutes along the TST promenade to visit the Avenue of Stars or watch the Symphony of Lights show.

jun 12: Macau

Travel route in getting to Macau from TST, read here ( post dated Mar 15, 2011 ).

Re: The Ultimate HK/Macau schedule
by: HKinsider stellar

day 3: NP 360 --> HK Shopping - Citygate Outlets

Getting to Ngong Ping, please read this thread.

Enjoy!

Re: The Ultimate HK/Macau schedule
by: HKinsider stellar

Hi Mbrevend :)

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your trip.

RAMBLER GARDEN Hotel is a 4-star hotel located at No.1 Tsing Yi Road, Tsing Yi, Hong Kong.
Tel: +852 2129 9988

day 1: Hong Kong Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm)
--> Street Markets - Ladies' Night Market

Travel guide from HK airport to Rambler.

Getting to the Ladies' Market: Take the Disneyland Resort Line and interchange trains at Sunny Bay station. Take the Tung Chung Line trains and get off at Lai King station, interchange trains to the Tsuen Wan Line and get off at Mong Kok station Exit D3 (34 minutes @ HK$17). Follow directional signs to the market.

day 2: Macau

*requires at least a full day to enjoy and cover most of Macau's attractions

Travel instruction from Rambler hotel to Macau.

or

day 2: compulsory HK City tour --> Ocean Park --> Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds) --> Star Ferry--> Avenue of Stars --> Symphony of Lights at 8pm

Getting to the Peak: Take same bus no. 629 back to Admiralty MTR station. From Admiralty station, I suggest you take a taxi to the Peak Tram Terminus, about 10 minutes @ HK$30. Then take the Peak Tram straight to the Peak, 7 minutes @ HK$36 (round trip).

Getting to the Star Ferry: Get back to the Peak Tram Lower terminal and nearby you'll find the Peak Tram Bus Terminal. Take the Bus 15C to Central Ferry Pier Bus Terminus (10 minutes @ HK$4.2). Walk about 3 minutes to nearby Star Ferry Pier no.7 and take the Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui, 9 minutes @ HK$2.5. Then you can walk about 5 minutes along the TST promenade to visit the Avenue of Stars or watch the Symphony of Lights show.

3 days in HK 1 day in Macau. How to maximize my 1st time travel?
by: Thessa

My friend and I Its our first time to travel in HK and Macau. Please help us to make an itinerary for 3days staying at hongkong & 1day in macau. We will be arriving in Hong Kong at about 9:00pm on June 09, 2012 then our hotel is in cosmic guest house. is that a safe hotel or nice hotel?

QUESTIONS: what is the best transportation to get to our hotel?is it just near to other attractions near our hotel?how much is the fare or ticket per ride? Pls. help on how to locate all the attractions.

In macau whats the best attractions there that we can visit for 2days, our stay in hk is from june9 to june12 then check out our hotel in hk on june12 in the afternoon of june12 we're going to ride a ferry to get in macau how much is the fare? what is the attractions in macau that need a payment or fees? I hope somebody can give me detailed directions on how to go to those places from our itinerary in hk going to macau. our flight going to Manila is on june13 10PM. Please help us to come up with a good IT with recommended scenic and efficient routes and transportation. I was thinking of getting the Macau tour to have a glimpse of it in the evening. I was just wondering if the time is enough to visit all of the attractions considering travel time.hope i can visit and enjoy our trip even it just for 4days..pls include shenzhen want to visit that place.

Would appreciate any response to my questions. Thanks in advance. :)

The Ultimate HK/Macau schedule
by: mbrevend

Hello!

I got a 3d/2n HK/Macau package with accommodation in
Rambler with the ff IT:

Day 1. Arrival HKIA- 10am, transfer to Rambler PM- Open
Day 2. compulsory HK City tour (Aberdeen fishing village, avenue of stars, pass by midlevels of Victoria peak); PM- free Macau or Ocean Park tour
Day 3. AM- Open, check out @ Rambler- 12pm, departure 730pm

Places to visit:

- Disneyland
- Ocean Park
- Macau
- Symphony of lights
- Ngong Ping 360 cable car

Please help us to come up with a good IT with recommended scenic and efficient routes and transportation.

For Day 2, I was thinking of getting the Macau tour to have a glimpse of it in the evening. I was just wondering if the time is enough to visit all of the attractions considering travel time and immigration delays.

Thank you very much

Re: Airport to Silka/HK/Zhuhai/Macau
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello :)

Silka Seaview Hotel (please follow the link to read hotel more info such as guest reviews and hotel location map) is located at 268 Shanghai Street, Yaumatei, Kowloon, Hong Kong. About 3 minutes walk to the Yau Ma Tei MTR station Exit C.

Getting to your hotel from HK Airport, travel guide here (post dated mar 22, 2011).

Getting to Zhuhai from Hong Kong

*The Ferry Ticketing Office at Shop 3 and 8B, 1/F, China Ferry Terminal, 33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
--take MTR Tsuen Wan Line to Central and get off at Tsim Sha Tsui station, exit A1. Walk 7 minutes to the terminal ( see map post dated mar 15, 2011).

Getting to Macau from Zhuhai, here's your travel option and detailed travel instruction (post dated aug 16, 2011).

Hope this would help.

Airport to Silka/HK/Zhuhai/Macau
by: Anonymous

Hi,
i will be arriving HK at 10.25am & departing from hk at 8.25pm.

Can you advise me from Airport to Silka Seaview hotel.

which is the cheapest transportation and how to go about.

i will be staying 3 nites in HK / 2 nites in Zhuhai and 1 nite in macau
can you help me to plan an itinerary and how to get to the destination.

For shopping where would u recommend best.

our plan from Silka seaview hotel to zhuhai from there to macau and back to hk.

Thank you :)

Re: 2 days in HK, 1 day in Macau. Itinerary, MTR and bus rides suggestion
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Winx :)

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your trip.

Day 1: Macau--> Street Markets - Ladies' Night Market

Getting to Macau from Causeway Way, here's a Macau. Take the Island Line going to Sheung Wan. For give you the basic info about Macau, read this topic first timers in Macau.

Getting to the Ladies' Night Market from Macau: Take MTR trains at Sheung Wan station and interchange trains at Central. Take the Tsuen Wan Line going to Tsuen Wan and get off at Mong Kok station, exit D3. Follow directional signs to get to the market.

Day 2: Ngong Ping 360 --> Hong Kong Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm --> Star Ferry --> Avenue of Stars

To Ngong Ping from Causeway Bay: Take the Island Line going to Sheung Wan and interchange trains at Admiralty station. Take the Tsuen Wan Line trains towards Tsuen Wan and get off at Lai King Station. Interchange trains to the Tung Chung Line heading towards Tung Chung and get off to that last station and take Exit B. Walk about 4 minutes to the NP 360 Cable Car terminal and then take the cable car to Ngong Ping for 25 minutes @ HK$115 for round trip ticket (recommended).

To Disneyland from Ngong Ping, read here ( post dated May 29, 2010 ).

Day 3: Ocean Park --> The Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds)--> HK Airport

To Ocean Park: Take the Island Line going to Sheung Wan and get off at Admiralty station. Click on the link for Ocean Park details.

To Victoria Peak: here is a travel information.

To HK Airport: Get to Central station and board on the Airport Express trains.

Hope this helps.

2 days in HK, 1 day in Macau. Itinerary, MTR and bus rides suggestion
by: Winx

Hi,

My 2 friends and I are visiting HK and Macau just for 3 days full days. We will be arriving at HK at 9 PM Friday (we'll be staying in Petersen St., Causeway Bay) and leave on Monday night 9 PM. We are hoping to maximize the time we have by knowing which places to go and how to get there.

I hope somebody can answer my questions and give some helpful tips on the mode of transportation and our planned itinerary :

DAY 1: MACAU

Q:Is it a good decision to do this on the first day? How will we get to the ferry terminal from Causeway Bay?

Places we want to visit: Venetian, St. Paul's Ruins, Senado Square, Monte Fort, Sand's Casino, Fisherman Warf.

Q: Any suggestion on the order of the places to go to save time? Also, is still doable to go to the Ladies Night Market after? How do we get there from Macau;s ferry terminal.

DAY 2: OCEAN PARK, PEAK, MADAM TUSSAUDS

I hope somebody can give me detailed directions on how to go to those places from Causeway Bay and back. :)

DAY3: Giant Buddha, Disneyland.

How to get there? Does Disneyland have a locker for our baggages? how much would it cost us? From Disneyland to Airport, what mode of transpo can we use?

Lastly, I've read this Airport Express Travel pass in MTR website for tourists, is it worth it considering our itinerary?

Would appreciate any response to my questions. Thanks in advance. :)

Re: hk-macau itinerary request
by: HKinsider jom

Hello!

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your stay.

Chungking Mansions is located at 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Jan 13: HK Disneyland --> Street Markets - Ladies' Night Market

Travel guide in getting to Disneyland from Chungking Mansion.

Here's how to get to Ladies' Night Market from Disneyland: Get into the Disneyland resort MTR station and get off at Sunny Bay station --> take the Tung Chung Line train and get off at Lai King station --> interchange trains to the Tsuen Wan Line and get off at Mong Kok station.(34 minutes @ HK$17.0)

Jan 14: Spend the whole day at Macau. A day is enough to visit the tourist attractions there.

To get to Macau from Chunking Mansion, go to this page to read instruction for travel route from TST to Ocean Park entrance. Take note that Mirador and Chunking are just a block away from each other.

Jan 15: Ngong Ping 360 --> Victoria Peak --> Star Ferry--> Avenue of Stars

*Getting to the Peak from NP360: Take the Tung Chung line going to Hong Kong station and get off at the last station. Take Exit J3 at Central station then take a short walk crossing the Connaught Road Central direction where you'll find the bus stop for Bus no. 15C just outside the to the Hong Kong City Hall. Bus travel time is about 10 minutes @ HK$4.2 that will take you straight to the Peak Tram Station Lower terminal. From there, take the Peak Tram that will bring you up to the Peak.

*Getting to Avenue of Stars via Star Ferry: Ride the Peak tram going back to the Peak Tram Station Lower terminal and ride the Bus no. 15C going to Central (Star Ferry)(HK$4.2). Take a short walk going to the Central Star Ferry Pier and board the Star Ferry going to Tsim Sha Tsui(12 minutes @ HK$3). From TST Star Ferry Pier take a short walk going to TST promenade, just follow directional signs.

Enjoy your stay in Hong Kong!

hk-macau itinerary request
by: Anonymous

hi good day,

hope you can help for itinerary for 3d/2n hk-macau trip

01/13-01/15 arrival at hkia is @ 10am and were staying at Chungking mansion TST

were planning to visit:

ngong ping 360
Disneyland
Stanley market/ladies night market
avenue of stars
peak tower
star ferry
1 day in macau

is there any other place we can visit?

out departure is @ 10pm Sunday

Re: Itinerary for 3 days in hongkong and 1 day in Macau
by: HKboy

Hey, there is an itinerary suggestion just posted in here that is more or less similar to your HK - Macau trip.

Please follow that link to read the details and come back here if you want to post some other specific questions.

Read details about Street Markets - Ladies' market

Nathan rd. is quite long and if you wanted to have a specific point to point getting there instruction from your hotel to the attractions you've mentioned above, then just provide the name of the hotel where you stay.

Itinerary for 3 days in hongkong and 1 day in Macau
by: Anonymous

Please help us to make an itinerary for four days staying at hongkong & macau.
Arrival time: august 3, 9:00pm
Departure time: 7:30am.
Hotel at Nathan rd.

We want to visit the following attractions:
1.avenue of the star & symphony of lights
2.Disneyland, ngong ping cable car, giant Buddha and other lantau attractions
3.museum, shopping malls (ladies market, etc.)
4.ocean park
5. macau (1 day)

QUESTIONS:
what is the best transportation?
how to locate all the listed attractions above?
how much is the fare or ticket per ride?

Thank you very much.

Re: 3 days in HK 1 day in Macau. How to maximize my 1st time travel?
by: HKinsider Don

Here's the location map for Mui Wo Ferry Terminal and the Mui Wo Bus Terminus.

View Mui Wo Ferry Pier in a larger map

Take the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car at Ngong Ping terminal to Tung Chung then a short walk to the Tung Chung MTR trains to HK Disneyland. Travel guide here from TST to NP 360, follow in reverse order.

On Sept 27. I would recommend this itinerary - Ocean Park at 9:30am to 4:30pm --> The Peak until 7:00pm --> Avenue of Stars and Symphony of Lights.

To see instructions including MTR route map in getting to Ocean Park from Tsim sha Tsui area and then to the Victoria Peak.

But just in case you stick to your original plan which is Ocean Park after hotel check out then HK airport. There are luggage lockers at Ocean Park that are available for rentals that is good for a day visit duration. The luggage rental details as follows;

* BIG lockers: price = HK$95 / size = 23.6" X 18" X 37.4"
* Small lockers: price = HK$70 / size = 17.7" X 15" X 25.5"

On Sept 28 (last day): Hong Kong --> Macau (whole day) --> HK Airport.

All info in getting to Macau for a day trip here.

Please refer to the following articles for more information about the ferry route between Macau and HK airport;

* Ferry from Macau to Hongkong Airport?

* How to get to Macau from Hongkong airport HKIA?

If you need more clarification or more inquiry, just hit the "add comment" link below to write it down.

Have a wonderful trip to Hong Kong!

Re: 3 days in HK 1 day in Macau. How to maximize my 1st time travel?
by: HKinsider Don

It seems that your arrival time in HK is a little bit tight. Let's say that after checking in with your hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, you'll be free at around 11:00pm. You can still explore nearby for some bars and restaurants also, you can go at TST promenade as most tourist will go there at late nights. Nothing to worry about, Hong Kong is a very safe place to travel or roam around at night.

Travel route in getting to TST from HK airport.

On Sept 26, If you choose to see the Disneyland fireworks that will starts at 8:00pm then you don't have time to watch the Symphony of Lights that will also start at 8:00pm considering a 40 minutes travel time between those two places of HK attractions.

I would suggest this itinerary: Ngong Ping attractions at Lantau Island in the morning til noon --> NP 360 Car ride to Tung Chung --> HK Disneyland and stay until 8pm to see the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks --> back to hotel at TST.

Here's the most scenic and efficient route in getting to Ngong Ping from TST. Take the Star Ferry from TST to Central (Pier No. 7), 8 minutes @ HK#2.5. Walk to the adjacent Pier No.5, and take the Ferry from Central to Mui Wo, 50 minutes @ HK$14.5 (Mon - Sat), HK$21.4 (Sun and Holidays).

Upon arrival at Mui Wo, you'll find the Mui Wo Bus Terminus nearby. Take the bus NLB 2 for a 45 minutes road trip to Ngong Ping Bus Terminus @ HK$17.2

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