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7 days and 7 nights trip to Hong Kong and Macau.

by Jeffrey
(Singapore)

Hi there,


Could you help to suggest an itinerary for me for a 7 days and 7 nights trip to Hong Kong and Macau?

We (just 2 of us) will be arriving in Hong Kong around 7:00 pm and stay for 7 nights at Royal Park Hotel in Sha Tin.

We plan to include going to Macau for one day as well but will also return to Hong Kong the same night.

By the way, going to Ocean Park is optional for this trip.

I appreciate your help on this.

Thank you very much.

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Re: 7 days and 7 nights trip to Hong Kong and Macau
by: HKinsider jom

Day 5: Royal Park Hotel --> Stanley Market --> Jumbo Kingdom --> Lan Kwai Fong

*Get into Sha Tin MTR station, take the East Rail Line train going to East Tsim Sha Tsui and get off at Kowloon Tong station. Interchange trains to Kwun Tong line going to Yau Ma Tei and get off at Mongkok station. Interchange trains to Tsuen Wan Line going to Central station and get off to that station. Take Exit A, Walk about 5 minutes to the nearby Central Exchange Square Bus Terminus, take the bus (listed below) and then get off at Stanley Market bus stop located at Stanley Village Road after Stanley Beach Road (opposite Stanley Market and after Stanley Beach Road). Follow directional signs to the street market nearby to the opposite side of the road.

CTB 260 (43 mins @ HK$10.6)
CTB 6A (45 mins @ HK$8.4)

*From Stanley, get back to Central Exchange Square Terminus. Take the Bus 70 from the Exchange Bus Terminus to Aberdeen terminus, cross the highway via subway (pedestrian tunnel), turn right and walk to dock for free boat ride to the floating restaurant. Or, take the Bus 75 from Exchange Square Bus Terminus to Shum Wan Shuttle Ferry pier for the free boat ride.

*Then when the sun goes down, go to Lan Kwai Fong to experience what is a nightlife in Hong Kong. From Jumbo Kingdom, get back to Central MTR station exit D2 and follow directional signs to Lan Kwai Fong.

Day 6: One day in Macau, please click here to read a topic "HONGKONG-MACAU TRIP (first timers) ITINERARY". Found on this link is the "getting there" instruction.

Day 7: Visit to the Hong Kong Museums specially those that are located in Tsim Sha Tsui area, please click here to read details. And, Hong Kong Shopping. Just follow directional signs when you get to the MTR station.

Enjoy your stay in Hong Kong.

Re: 7 days and 7 nights trip to Hong Kong and Macau
by: HKinsider jom

Day 3: Royal Park Hotel --> Ngong Ping 360 --> Sky 100 --> Ladies' Night Market

*Getting to Ngong Ping from Royal Park Hotel. Get into the Sha Tin MTR station which is just steps away from the hotel. Take the East Rail Line train going to East Tsim Sha Tsui and get off at Kowloon Tong station. Interchange trains to Kwun Tong line going to Yau Ma Tei and get off at Prince Edward station. Interchange trains to Tsuen Wan line going to Tsuen Wan station and get off to Lai King station. Interchange trains to Tung Chung line and get off right there (49-minutes @ HK$18.8) and then take Exit B. Walk about 4 minutes and follow directional signs towards the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car terminal. Take the cable car to Ngong Ping (25-minutes @ HK$115 for round trip ticket).

*Sky100 is located at 100th floor of Hong Kong's tallest (total height = 484 mts) building, the International Commerce Center (ICC) in Nga Cheung Road & Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Close to the Kowloon MTR station (from Tung Chung station take the Tung Chung Line going Hong Kong and get off at Kowloon station Exit D2). It offers its visitors a 360-degree view of the city's streets, buildings, and tourist attractions.

*Getting to the Ladies' Night Market from Sky100. Get into Kowloon MTR station going to Hong Kong and get off to that station. Interchange trains to Tsuen Wan line at Central station and get off at Mongkok station, Exit E2.( 24-minutes @ HK$3.8)

Day 4: Royal Park Hotel --> Ocean Park --> The Peak --> Star Ferry to TST promenade --> Avenue of Stars and Symphony of Lights --> You may opt to go to Food and bars at Knutsford Terrace in TST

*Getting to Ocean Park from Royal Park Hotel. Get into Sha Tin MTR station, take the East Rail Line train going to East Tsim Sha Tsui and get off at Kowloon Tong station. Interchange trains to Kwun Tong line going to Yau Ma Tei and get off at Mongkok station. Interchange trains to Tsuen Wan Line going to Central station and get off at Admiralty station (30-minutes @ HK$13) and the take Exit B. Upon exit, follow the travel route instructions in here (post dated "May 17,2011") for the route: Admiralty --> Ocean Park --> Peak --> Avenue of Stars at Tsim Sha Tsui.

*Getting to Knutsford Terrace from Avenue of Stars is quick by taxi, about 7 minutes @ HK$25 or it is a 15-minutes walk along Nathan Road then turn right into Kimberly Road and then about 3 minutes walk up to the left.

Re: 7 days and 7 nights trip to Hong Kong and Macau
by: HKinsider jom

Hello Jeffrey!

Here is my suggested itinerary for your 7-day stay in Hong Kong-Macau.

Royal Park Hotel is rated 4-star hotel located at 8 Pak Hok Ting Street, Shatin, Hong Kong
+852 2601 2111

Day 1: HKIA --> Royal Park Hotel

There are 3 options in going to your hotel from HKIA:

By Shuttle Bus: You can just go directly to the commercial counter at the airport B16 (meeting point of shuttle service to your hotel). HK$140 service charge per trip per person.

By Taxi: It's a 40-minute travel time from HKIA to your hotel. HK$285.75 and consider a charge of HK$5 to HK$10 per piece of luggage placed in the taxi luggage compartment plus surcharge during night.

By Public Bus: Just get to Bus Terminus and ride Bus No.A41 going to Yu Chui Court, you just need to stop at Royal Park Hotel (4th stop). HK$22.3. *Highly recommended

You may have a good dinner in one of the gourmet restaurants at New Town Plaza just beside your hotel.

Day 2: Royal Park Hotel --> Hong Kong Disneyland (watch Fireworks show at 8pm)

*Getting to Hong Kong Disneyland from Royal Park Hotel: Get into the Sha Tin MTR station which is just steps away from the hotel. Take the East Rail Line train going to East Tsim Sha Tsui and get off at Kowloon Tong station. Interchange trains to Kwun Tong line going to Yau Ma Tei and get off at Prince Edward station. Interchange trains to Tsuen Wan line going to Tsuen Wan station and get off to Lai King station. Interchange trains to Tung Chung line and get off at Sunny Bay station. Interchange trains to Disneyland Resort line. (49-minutes @ HK$21.8)

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