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Getting around HK in 3 days

by jen

I will be traveling in HK and Macau with kids in 5 days.


What is the best itinerary? Will stay in Tsuen Wan area.

We are planning to visit Noah ark and Avenue of stars & symphony of light (day 1), Day 2 - 3 spend in Macau.

Where to visit in Macau? Will it be enough to spend only 2 days in Macau.

Day 4 to The Peak, Madame Tussauds, Repulse Bay, jumbo kingdom

Day 5 to Ngong Ping (giant Buddha)

Thank you.

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Re: Getting around HK in 3 days
by: HKinsider Don

Day 4: Repulse Bay --> Jumbo Kingdom (these two places are both situated in the southern part of Hong Kong Island).

Getting from Tsuen Wan to Repulse Bay:
Get into the Tsuen Wan MTR station and then take the Tsuen Wan Line trains --> Get off at Lai King station --> Interchange to the Tung chung Line trains heading towards Hong Kong station and get off to that last station and take Exit D (22 minutes @ HK$11.8) --> take a short walk to the Central Exchange Square Bus Terminus and you may take any of the following bus nos. to Repulse Bay Beach bus stop;

* CTB 260 (31 mins @ HK$10.6),
* CTB 6A (32 mins @ HK$8.4),
* CTB 6 (35 mins @ HK$7.9),
* CTB 6X (36 mins @ HK$8.4),
* or NWFB 66 (35 mins @ HK$8.9).

Getting from Repulse Bay to Jumbo Kingdom:
Just take a taxi for about 15 minutes drive @ HK$50.

Day 5: The Peak (where you can visit Madame Tussauds) --> Tsim Sha Tsui promenade to visit the Avenue of Stars and Watch the Symphony of Lights show that starts at 8:00pm.

Getting from Tsuen Wan to the Victoria Peak:
Get into the Tsuen Wan MTR station and then take the Tsuen Wan Line trains to Admiralty station (30 minutes @ HK$11.8) --> take a short taxi drive to the Peak Tram (8 minutes @ HK$25) --> Take the Peak Tram to the Peak (7 minutes @ HK$40 for round trip ticket).

Getting Tsim Sha Tsui area from The Peak:
Take the Peak tram back to Lower Peak Tram terminal --> walk to the nearby Peak Tram Bus terminus --> take the bus 15C to Central Pier bus terminus (10 minutes @ HK$4.2) --> walk to the nearby Pier no.7 --> take the Star Ferry to TST Star Ferry pier --> walk to your right along TST promenade to visit the Avenue of stars and to watch the Symphony of Lights.

* To see a route map between the Peak and Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, please click here (scroll down to that page until you see the map)

Re: Getting around HK in 3 days
by: HKinsider Don

Hello jen,

Here's my personal itinerary suggestion based on the location of the Hong Kong tourist attractions you've mentioned above.

Day 1: Noah's Ark (morning until after lunch) --> Ngong Ping 360 (until 6:00pm). These two places are closer to other.

Here's how to get from Tsuen Wan to Noah's Ark:
Get into the Tsuen Wan MTR station and then take the Tsuen Wan Line trains --> Get off at Lai King station --> Interchange to the Tung chung Line trains heading towards Tung Chung and get off at Tsing Yi station and take Exit C (16 minutes @ HK$3.8) --> At Tsing Yi station, follow directional signs to the nearby Park Island shuttle bus stop --> take the shuttle bus to Park Island Bus Terminus (10 minutes @ HK$9.5) --> walk a few minutes to Noah's Ark resort.

Getting to Ngong Ping from Noah's Ark:
Take the Shuttle bus from Park Island Coach Station back to Tsing Yi Railway Station --> Get into the Tsing Yi MTR station and take the Tung Chung Line train going to Tung Chung and get off to that station and take Exit B (16 minutes @ HK$11.9) --> walk to the nearby Ngong Ping 360 cable car Tung Chung terminal --> take cable car to Ngong Ping (25 minutes @ HK$115 for round trip ticket).

From Tung Chung, take the MTR trains back to Tsuen Wan. Tung Chung station --> get off and interchange trains at Lai King station to the Tsuen Wan Line to Tsuen Wan (29 minutes @ HK$11.9).

Day 2 and 3: All about Macau (2 days in Macau should be enough to visit most of its tourist attractions).

To read more details about Macau, please visit to this topic discussion "HONGKONG-MACAU TRIP (first timers) ITINERARY".

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