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5-Days Trip in HK

Hi, we will be in Hong Kong this coming Aug 14 (11:30 am) to Aug 18 (9:00 pm).


Can you please help us on our itinerary for our 5-day trip? (If possible, can you please recommend us some shopping hot spot and also famous local food as well^^). It would be a great help for us as this will be our first time in HK.

We plan to visit Macau on the first day trip and spend a night there. But haven’t decide where to stay. In HK we will be staying at Yau Ma Tei area. We really hope that during this trip we could have enough time to explore the nightlife, island and tourist attractions in HK.

A BIG thanks in advance! Hope to hear from you soon! (:

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Hong Kong 5 days 4 nights
by: Celine

Hi, we are planning to Hong Kong on December might be at 26-30. I was thinking to Hong Kong Disneyland, Wetland Park, Tai yu shan, lamma Island, Ocean Park Children's Zoo. Please to advice.
Thanks

5 days trip in H K
by: ClaudiaVioleta

Hi,

We are going to HK next february with our 2 years old daughter. We are going to stay there 5 days. Could you help us with some ideas of places to visit please?

We want to go to Disneyland, and Macao... We don't know in which part of the city we can find a cheap hotel not so far from the subway and from the principal attractions.
Thanks a lot for your help

Claudia


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Hi Cluadia:



day 1: HK Shopping

day 2: HK Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm)--> Street Market (Ladies' Night Market).



day 3: Ocean Park --> Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds)--> Star Ferry --> Avenue of Stars --> Symphony of Lights at 8pm


day 4: Macau

Getting to Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal: Take a 10-minute walk to Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal (see a walking map route here).

day 5: Ngong Ping 360 --> HK Museums

Get more information on this from this page

Nov. 2 - 7 Itinerary
by: Maria

Hi! Can you pls help me make itinerary for my trip? I will arrive in HK on Nov. 2 at 10pm. I will stay with my relative's house. I will depart on Nov. 7 at 6pm.

I'd like to go to this places but not sure how to schedule it properly:
- skyline, light show, victoria's peak, avenue of the stars, Madamme Tussauds
-Chin Lin Nunnery/Nan Lian
-Lantau Island (cable car, Ngong Ping, Tai O, Big Buddha)
- Jumbo?
- Ocean Park
- Disney Land
- Hello Kitty Cafe
- Macau

Please let me know if I missed out some place which is a must go. Also, if there are mentioned places above that is not very recommended to go to. Will there be enough time to visit macau and is it worth it?

Thanks a lot!!

Hongkong-Shenzhen & Macau Trip
by: Anonymous

Good Day! My husband and I together with our teen age kids are going to Hongkong via Cebu (Philippines) on a 6:00 a.m.

flight on April 30, 2014 and be back on May 4, leaving HK on a 9:40 flight.

What itineraries should i make?

should i start in HK Disneyland upon our arrival?

Please help!

We still don't have any hotel accommodations because I still don't know our itineraries.

If our last stop will be in Macau, can we make our exit there through the 10:30 pm train since we have to be at Lantau airport at around 5:40 a.m.?

your response will be a great help. thanks

Visit Hong Kong for Christian New Year
by: Anonymous

Hello,

My siblings and I (3 of us) will be visiting HK on 29th Jan- 2nd Feb 2014. We will be spending CNY in HK. We've booked accommodation in Mong Kok area.

Places that we are hoping to visit include Dai Yu Shan, The Peak, Macau, Ocean Park etc. Will all these places be effected by CNY or holiday?

Hope you can help us in planning our itinerary.Thanks.

5 nights in Hong Kong / Macau
by: VK

Hello,

i along with my wife and 2 kids will be travelling to Hong Kong on 3rd Nov to 8th Nov'2013 (5 nights).

We will be staying in North Point (HK) and would like to spend one day in Macau.

Since we are vising Hong Kong for the first time, request if you help to plan by itinerary for the 5 nights.

And also help on the transport by MTR / Ferry.

thank you in advance for all you assistance.

Cheers

5-Days in Hong Knog
by: NOMI

Please plan my 5days tour in Hong Kong.

I am travelling with my family (wife, One daughter 5 years old & one daughter 2 year old).

I need information from HK air port to back HK air port like;

How to travel in HK?

Where to Stay with my family?

Day to day visit places with timings?

How much expenses required?

Hong Kong Macau 5 days itinerary
by: YAMINI

Hi,

We are 3 adults and 1 child travelling to hong kong in the month of april.

We have not yet decided on the itinerary as such but we would be staying in macau for a day which gives us 4 days in hong kong.

We would be visiting Disneyland but wanted to know if Oceans Park is also worth a visit.

And does it make sense to stay in disneyland for a night

HongKong 24 Dec - 31 Dec 2012
by: Ann

Hi there

I have read your posts and found them interesting. I have not find any posts that I can refer to my requirement so I hope you can offer me some advise in planning my trip.

I will be arriving hongkong on 24 Dec 2012 around 10am. We plan to have our breakfast at the airport first and then proceed to the hotel at Best Western Harbour view. From 24 to 29 Dec we will be staying at Best Western Harbour View Hotel and Hangkow Hotel on 29 to 31 Dec.

With me are my 3 children aged 18, 15 and 13. We would like to go to Disneyland Ocean park shopping etc. We also would like to visit the muslim centre and the kowloon mosque in hongkong. Also we need halal food - a diet specifically for Muslims and if pls advise if the attractions we going to include prayer room for the muslims. Thank you.

5 days hong /3days macau
by: sv

we are arriving 1/1/2013 in hong kong staying for 5 nights then 3 nights in macau 4 adults what do u recommend which casinos in macau are worth seeing

5 Days HK Trip (Dec 2012)
by: Sheryl

I will be going to HK on the 10/12 - 14/12 with my spouse and one-year old infant. I will be using a stroller most of the time.

We will not be going to Disneyland and Ocean Park since she's too young to appreciate. We are thinking of going to Lantau Island and climb up the steps to see the Buddha statue. Would it be advisable for my infant, given the weather conditions in Dec?

We are staying in Langham Place. Could you please advise on the best itinerary (with further recommendations) & transport getting to the destinations? As well as food places and shopping malls with baby friendly facilities such as changing room?

I would like to go The Peinsula Arcade to visit Goyard Boutique. Is it the right location? Could you please advise on the directions for Goyard Boutique and Space Outlet?

Thank you!


Pet Clothes/ Accessories
by: Anonymous

Hi! I will be in Hong Kong on December. Since I have lots of dogs, and I would like to shop for them, can you suggest a place in HK where I can buy dog clothes and accessories?

Thanks! :)

Can we also ask for IT on Oct 27-31, 2012- HK and Macau
by: Anne

Hello! Hope you can help us decide on our itinerary for our trip this end of Oct.

We will arrive HK on the 27th of Oct- 7:40 AM, and will depart back to the Philippines Oct 31-10:40 AM.

Please help us plan our 1st time trip to HK plus Macau.
We plan to stay our first night in Macau and the rest in HK (Mirador Mansion).

We would like to visit Disneyland, Ocean park,NP 360, Peak, Tung Chung, Soho,IFC Mall, Night Market, Wong Tai Sin temple, Promenade.

Hope you can also include transpo directions?

We would appreciate hearing from you!

Thanks!
Anne P.

5 days Trip in HK
by: Candy

Hi,

Me and my husband are going to Hong Kong from 1 Aug to 5 Aug. As this is our first trip to HK, would appreciate if you could provide us the following:

1) 5D4N itinerary in HK (places of interests)

2) Recommended Hotel (4 star) & information for us to consider our stay. Normally what is the mode of transport to use for transfer from airport to hotel and vice versa?

3) The must try food.

Your feedback is most valuable. Thanks!

re: about your Itinerary
by: hkinsider Don

@ zE,

Day 1:
The CTB S1 bus has a circular route from Tung Chung MTR station --> HK airport --> Regal Airport hotel --> Sky Pier / Sky City --> Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal --> and then back to Tung Chung MTR station. The estimated time for this route is about 35 minutes with HK$3.5 fare. Half fare for Children under the age of 12 & Seniors aged 65 or over.

Leave your luggage at Citygate Outlets.

At Tung Chung MTR station, take Exit B for NP360 Cable Car or take Exit C for Citygate Outlets.

Day 2:
When traveling to Macau, take the Ferry at Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal located at Sheung Wan just above the MTR station. So just take the MTR trains to Sheung Wan station and take Exit D to get into the ferry terminal.

Day 5:
Getting to HK Museums (specially those at TST area) is a whole activity. If you want to visit Jumbo Kingdom, you can have it in your Day 3 after Ocean Park. Just follow the link to read how to get there instruction.

re: 5 days Itinerary for Hong Kong Trip
by: hkinsider Don

Hello Candy,

First, I would suggest you stay somewhere in TST.

Here's a sample itinerary and personal suggestions based on the places you've mentioned and to maximize your Hong Kong stay.

Day 1: HK Disneyland whole day + fireworks show --> MTR to Causeway Bay for shopping.

Day 2: Ocean Park, morning until 4:00pm --> The Peak until 7:00pm --> bus 15C to Central Pier --> Star ferry ride from Central to TST --> stroll along TST promenade and visit Avenue of Stars then watch the Symphony of Lights at 8:00pm --> street market shopping til midnight.

Day 3: Noah's ark in the morning --> shuttle bus to Tsing Yi then MTR to Tung Chung --> cable car to Ngong Ping and visit "Dai Yu Shan" or the big Buddha, until 4:00pm --> back to Tung Chung --> Citygate Outlets shopping and dining.

Day 4: HK Museums and TST shopping malls

Day 5: Shopping and dining at TST and Mong Kok area.

Reizl.Ong@acs-inc.com
by: zE

Hi Can you please look at my Itinerary. Please tell me if its doable?

Day 1
07:00 AM - 10:00 AM Arrival at HKIA, Finish immigration, Buy Octopus Card
10:00 AM - Ride S1 Bus to Tung Chung (10 mins)
10:30 AM - Ngong Ping 360, Giant Buddha, Po Lin Monastery
01:30 PM - Ride S1 bus to HKIA
01:40 PM - Ride A21 Bus to TST (65 mins)
02:40 PM - Check in Golden Crown Guest House
03:00 PM - Peak Tram, Sky terrace, Madame Tussauds
06:00 PM - Star Ferry to TST
06:30 PM - AOS
08:00 PM - Symphony of lights

Question:
1. S1 bus Fare HKIA to Tung chung?
2. S1 bus Fare Tung Chung to HKIA?
3. Where is the best to keep our luggage at HKIA, City Gate, or Ngong Ping?
4. Please instruct us where to exit in MTR.

Day 2
Macau

Question:
1. Location of Macau ferry terminal, How to get there? were 4 adults is it cheaper if we will ride a taxi?

Day 3
Ocean Park

Day 4
Nan Lian Garden & Chi Lin Nunnery
Disney Land

Day 5
HK Museums
Shopping
Departure 9pm

Question
1. Can you please recommend other places that we can go to? Our day 5 is very relaxing for us. we want to maximize our vacation trip in hongkong.

I love to go at Jumbo Kingdom but I really don't know when to do it, please help and please instruct us how to get there.

Thanks you so much.

5 days Itinerary for Hong Kong Trip
by: Candy

Can i have suggestion on a 5 days 4 nights itinerary trip planning in Hong Kong? The places i would like to visit are The peak, Disneyland, Dai Yu Shan (big Buddha) Lantau Island and Macau if possible.

Any recommendation for places to stay, i.e. the area/ location which will be convenient to go these few places?

All inputs are greatly appreciated, thanks!

Re: Enchanted Garden
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Beryl :)

Nan Lian Garden is located at 60 Fung Tak Road, Diamond Hill, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon

Chi Lin Nunnery is located at 5 Chi Lin Drive, Diamond Hill

*these two places are located almost adjacent to each other and just a couple of minutes walk from Diamond Hill MTR station Exit C

Getting there, please Click Here.

Well, I suggest you head to Nan Lian Garden first thing in the morning on day 5.

As for the HK Museums, here are some of my recommendations. Choose the ones that interest you and your group.

Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Science Museum
Hong Kong Space Museum

Enchanted Garden
by: Beryl

Hi Stellar,

I just thank you for the tips and info that you shared to us. By the way we are interested to visit the Nan Lian and Enchanted Garden,how can we go there and when is the best time for us to visit there, as you know we only have 5 days and 4 nights holiday.

We are all young adults,what museums would be the best and will suite for our age..

Tips and additional info would be much appreciated.

Yours Truly,
Beryl

Re: 5 Days and 4 Nights Trip Idea for 4 persons NEW
by: HKinsider stellar

day 4: Shenzhen

*please click on the link for travel instructions to Shenzhen

day 5: Ngong Ping 360 --> HK Museums --> HK Shopping --> Ladies' Night Market

Getting to Ngong Ping from Tsim Sha Tsui (post dated may 29, 2010).

*please click on the links for travel instructions

I hope the above information will help you.

Re: 5 Days and 4 Nights Trip Idea for 4 persons NEW
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Beryl :)

Carlton Guest House is located at 36-44 Nathan Road, Kowloon

day 1: Macau

Getting to Carlton Guest House from HK Airport (post dated May 19, 2011).

Getting to Macau from Carlton Guest House (post dated Mar 15, 2011). Take note that Mirador and Chungking Mansions are just a block away from each other.

Here's to read about Macau Casinos.

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

Getting to Ocean Park and Disneyland, please Click Here (post dated Mar 07, 2011).

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.

day 3: Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm) --> Lan Kwai Fong

5 Days and 4 Nights Trip Idea for 4 persons
by: Beryl

Good Day!

It's good to know that you have this kind of support to those travelers like us especially when you give tips on how we can enjoy our vacation.

We will arrive at exactly 7:55am on May 31,2012 and will depart at exactly 9:55 pm on June 4,2012.

Day 1

We have 4 individual in our group who are planning to have our holiday in HK this May 31-June 4 2012,I just want to ask how we can get into Carlton Guest House that is near to TST and what would be the cheapest way to get there, by the way we also have some luggage. We just want to leave our luggage to Carlton because we plan to go to Macau on the first day,from Carlton Guest House what would be the fastest and cheapest way to get into the ferry terminal going to Macau,and what ferry can you recommend to us?

Since this is our first time to visit Macau,can you give us some tips regarding the places that we might visit there and also the transportation on how we can get into those places,we found out that the hotel rates in Macau is very expensive that is why we decided not to have an overnight stay in Macau.

Day 2

From Carlton to Ocean Park

* Admission Fee
* How to get there from Carlton
* Cheapest Fare
* Activities to try
* What to bring
* Cheapest Resto

Day 3

Disneyland Tour

* Admission Fee
* How to get there from Carlton
* Cheapest Fare
* Activities to try
* What to bring
* Cheapest Resto

Day 4
ShenZhen Tour

* How to get there from Carlton
* Cheapest Fare
* Activities to try
* What to bring
* Cheapest Resto

Day 5

City Tour

* Places to visit that are interconnected or along the way.

* Advisable mode of transportation
* Resto
* Schedule of night spots
* Souvenir shops

Thanks you so much and hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely yours,
Beryl

Re: First Timer
by: HKinsider stellar

Hi AbbyLove :)

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your trip.

apr 13: Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm)

apr 14: Ocean Park --> Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds) --> Star Ferry --> Avenue of Stars --> Symphony of Lights at 8pm

apr 15: Ngong Ping 360 --> Jumbo Kingdom --> HK Museums --> Ladies' Night Market

apr 16: Macau

I hope this would help.

First Timer
by: AbbyLove

Hello There,

Can you please help me plan for our trip

it will be our first time me and my husband. i want plan this and not rely on travel agencies for the first time so am really nervous about it so please please help and guide me to plan for it. i want to maximize time to visit tourist destination in HK and Macau for 5 Days and 4 night.

We'll arrive in Hongkong April 13 morning time around 8 or 9 and leave hongkong April 17 around 9 am.

is it wise to book hotel online thru agoda or trip advisory or just look for a place when we got there? if i need to book where is the cheapest, accessible but convenient for both of us.

sorry i have so many question

Thank you so much for taking time on me ^_^

Re: Travelling with Elders & Children
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Cindy :)

If you don't mind walking short distances when interchanging trains and if you're not bringing along too bulky luggage then I'd recommend you to take MTR trains.

Of course it's more convenient and ideal to take a taxi especially if you travel in a group of 3 to 5 people. It is more direct and faster than taking the trains.

Travelling with Elders & Children
by: Cindy

Thank you very much!! I didn't realize I had to change so many mtr's.

For some destinations, would it be cheaper & faster to travel by taxi as we are travelling together?

Re: Travelling with elders & children
by: HKinsider stellar

mar 20: Chi Lin Nunnery--> Nan Lian Garden--> Ladies' Night Market

Getting to Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden: Get into Olympic MTR station. Take the Tung Chung Line going to Tung Chung and interchange trains at Lai King station. Take the Tsuen Wan Line going to Central station, interchange trains at Prince Edward station. Take the Kwun Tong line going to Tiu Keng Leng station. Get off at Diamond Hill station Exit C (32 minutes, HK$5.6).

*Chi Lin Nunnery at 5 Chi Lin Drive, Diamond Hill, Hong Kong and Nan Lian Garden 60 Fung Tak Rd, Diamond Hill, Hong Kong (these two places are located almost adjacent to each other and just a couple of minutes walk from Diamond Hill MTR station.

Getting to Ladies' Night Market: Get into Diamond Hill station. Take the Kwun Tong Line going to Yau Ma Tei and get off at Mong Kok station, exit D3 (12 minutes @ HK$ 5.6). Follow directional signs to the market.

mar 21: HK Museums--> HK Shopping

Getting to HK Museums: Take the Tung Chung Line trains going to Hong Kong and get off at Hong Kong station. Walk to the adjacent station, Central station. Interchange trains at Central station. Take the Tsuen Wan Line trains going to Tsuen Wan and get off at Tsim Sha Tsui station (22 minutes @ HK$4.6). Take Exit B2 and walk about 10 minutes along Cameron Road towards Tsim Sha Tsui East.

Enjoy!

Re: Travelling with elders & children
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Cindy :)

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your trip.

Cosmo Hotel Mongkok is located at 88 Tai Kok Tsui Rd, Hong Kong
(Olympic MTR station, exit C5)

mar 17: Ocean Park

Getting to Ocean Park: Take the Tung Chung Line trains going to Hong Kong and get off at Hong Kong station. Walk to the adjacent station, Central station. Interchange trains at Central station. Take the Island Line trains going to Chai Wan and get off at Admiralty station (17 minutes @ HK$9.9). Take Exit B. Upon exit, get on the special CityBus No.629 for about 15 minutes @ HK$10.6, an express bus travel between Admiralty (west) and Ocean Park main entrance.

mar 18: Ngong Ping 360--> Wong Tai Sin Temple

Getting to Ngong Ping: Get into Olympic MTR station. Take the Tung Chung Line going to Tung Chung and get off to that station (25 minutes @ HK$14.1). Walk about 5 minutes and follow directional signs heading to the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Tung Chung terminal.

Getting to Wong Tai Sin from Ngong Ping: Get into the Tung Chung MTR station. Take the Tung Chung Line going to Hong Kong station, interchange trains at Lai King station. Take the Tsuen Wan Line going to Central station, interchange trains at Prince Edward station. Take the Kwun Tong line going to Tiu Keng Leng station. Get off at Wong Tai Sin station (40 minutes, HK$14.1). Take exit B then take a short walk and follow directional signs to Wong Tai Sin Temple.

mar 19: Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds)--> Star Ferry--> Avenue of Stars--> Symphony of Lights at 8pm

Getting to Victoria Peak: Take the Tung Chung Line trains going to Hong Kong and get off at Hong Kong station. Walk to the adjacent station, Central station (14 minutes @ HK$9.9). Take exit J2 and walk 6 minutes to the Lower Peak Tram Terminus, just follow directional signs.

Getting to the Star Ferry and Avenue of Stars: Take the Peak Tram back to the Lower terminal and take the bus 15C from nearby Peak Tram Bus Terminus to Central Pier Bus Terminus (10 minutes @ HK$4.2). Walk a couple of minutes to the Star Ferry Pier no.7 and take the Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui. The Avenue of Stars is adjacent to the Tsim Sha Tsui ferry terminal.

Travelling with elders & children
by: Cindy

Dear Don,
I will be going to HK on the 17/3 - 21/3 with a party of six.. 2 adults, 2 elders & 2 kids (one of which is only 6 mths old).

We will not be going to Disneyland but would love to go to Ocean Park. Also want to visit at least 2 temples(maybe giant Buddha & 10,000 buddha's temple??) & the nan lian gardens & chi lin nunnery too.

We are staying in Cosmo Hotel Mongkok. Can you please advice on the best itinerary (with further recommendations) & transport getting to the destinations??

I am definitely planning to get the OCTOpus card for everyone so travelling by bus or mtr will be most convenient.

Thank you very much in advance as I am a beginner traveller.

THANKS
by: Anonymous

thanks so much! will advise as soon as we get back from the travel. God bless u!

Re: HK 5 day itinerary
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello :)

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your trip.

Imperial Hotel Hong Kong is a 3-star hotel very conveniently located at 32-34 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. About 6 minutes walk to the TST Star Ferry Pier and Avenue of Stars at TST promenade.
Tel: +852 2366 2201

day1: Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm) --> Ladies' Night Market

Here's how to get to Imperial Hotel from Disneyland.

Getting to Ladies' Night Market from Disneyland (post dated December 28, 2011).

day2: Ocean Park --> Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds)--> Star Ferry --> Avenue of Stars --> Symphony of Lights at 8pm

Getting to Ocean Park, please Click Here (post dated may 11, 2011)

And here's to read instruction in getting to the Peak, Star Ferry and Avenue of Stars.

day3: Macau

Getting to Macau, please Click Here (post dated march 15, 2011).

day4: Shenzhen

*please click on the link for Shenzhen to read directions

*please take note that you need a visa to get to Shenzhen

Enjoy!

HK 5 day itinerary
by: Gr8ly blessed

thanks, this site is very useful. we are going to hongkong also on march 10-14, 2012. and i find this itinerary guide very useful, we have the peak and disney on our top list, but now i have added many more :-)

may i also indulge on asking questions about our travel.

we will be taking our kids (ages 3,5 and7)
and our parents (aged 60, 63 and 67) along,,,so we would want to maximize the trip for their enjoyment.

is imperial hotel a gooodplace to stay? also,
may i ask how to get around from imperial hotel?

would going to macau and shenzhen on a day tour be doable considering we only have 4 days?

thanks!


Re: 5 Days Trip for 5 Adults and 2 Young Kids
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Shirley :)

Here's a recommended HK Hotels from most Hong Kong visitors.

Here's my suggested itinerary.

day1: Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm)

day2: Ocean Park

day3: Ngong Ping 360 --> Jumbo Kingdom

day4: Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds) --> Star Ferry --> Avenue of Stars --> Symphony of Lights at 8pm

day5: HK Museums --> HK Shopping --> Ladies' Night Market

5 Days Trip for 5 Adults and 2 Young Kids
by: Shirley

Hi,

Do you have any best recommendation for accommodation in Hong Kong and the itinerary. Currently, I'm looking at the Metropark Hotel, Mongkok.

Thanks

Re: 8-Days Trip in HK/Macau
by: HKinsider stellar

Hello Shanix :)

Here's my suggested itinerary to maximize your trip.

day1: Victoria Peak (pop into Madame Tussauds) --> Star Ferry --> Avenue of Stars --> Symphony of Lights at 8pm

day2: Disneyland (don't miss the "Disney in the Stars" fireworks at 8pm

day3: Ocean Park

day4: Ngong Ping 360 --> Jumbo Kingdom --> Ladies' Night Market

day5: HK Museums --> HK Shopping

day6-7: Macau

It's almost spring on March in Hong Kong. The weather tends to be warm and humid with temperature ranges from 20-25 degC and cooler at times and may require light overcoat or a sweater.

8-Days Trip in HK/Macau
by: Shanix

Hi,I'm travelling to Hong Kong & Macau on this coming 1st of March. We'll arrive in Macau airport at around 10am. We plan to spend 5D4N in HK first and follow by a 2D1N in Macau.

Is it possible for you to help us with our itinerary?

Can I know how is the weather condition in HK and Macau during my travelling period?

Thanks :)

Re: Hongkong trip
by: HKinsider Don

@ Cherrie,

To travel by your own in Hong Kong should be fine.

Hong Kong is not that complicated place as most people think specially if first timer in HK. The only most important thing to consider in your HK trip is that you know how to get there before you go then I'm sure you'll have a pleasant and enjoyable Hong Kong journey!

A good place to stay while in HK is in Tsim Sha Tsui area.

Here's some good day to day itinerary to maximize your time in HK:

* Ocean Park (morning til 4:00pm) ==> the Peak (til 7:00pm) ==> TST promenade for Avenue of Stars and watch the Symphony of Lights show at 8:00pm ==> street night market shopping.

* HK Disneyland for whole day (stay until 7:30pm to watch the fireworks show) ==> Causeway Bay popular shopping malls and dining.

* Ngong Ping 360 (morning til 2:00pm) ==> Citygate outlets shopping and dining ==> DHL HK Balloon or Sky100 or both.

* Museums (morning) ==> Repulse bay ==> Stanley market ==> Lan Kwai Fong

Good and popular food places around Tsim sha Tsui area, please click here to find out.

Hongkong trip
by: Cherrie

Hi! We will be arriving in Hk on Nov9 at around 7:30 pm then our flight back is on Nov 14 at 01:35am.

May we ask you to help us with our itinerary? is it better to take part on a tour or just go to the places on our own since some of us have already visited Hk before?

We plan to visit ocean park, disneyland and Victoria peak. please help us. Thanks!

Re: 5-Days Trip in HK
by: Anonymous

For a cheaper accommodation when staying in Macau, we recommend you take an apartment. To give you an idea how much it cost, you can view some Macau apartment listing in here.

You can get a ferry to Macau adjacent to the Hong Kong International Airport - the "SkyPier Ferry" (HKIA). The estimated journey time is only about 50 minutes. Or here's other gateways in getting to Macau from other part of Hong Kong.

5-Days Trip in HK
by: Julia

Hi, thanks for the information. We are also planning to visit in Macau on Aug 14. Your recommendations and ideas are a great help for us. Is there any place where we can stay overnight in Macau at very affordable price? Thank you so much? How long does it takes to travel from HK airport to Macau?

Re: 5-Days Trip in Hong Kong / Macau itinerary
by: hk-insider don

Macau main (from Macau Ferry Pier Terminal), go straight to the 1) Macau Tower, then take 10mins taxi to 2) Ah-Ma Temple. From the temple, take bus about 15mins to the 3) Senado Square, then it is a pedestrian precinct up to 4) Ruins of St Paul?s Church. Take the chance to get in into the popular 5) Macau Casinos, like Lisboa casino.

Optional (depends on time available):
You can also go to Coloane Macau, one of the two main islands of Macau, located directly south of Macau's other main island, Taipa.
1) St Francis Xavier Chapel
2) Coloane village
3) Dog race track

Note: Most if not all the Macau tourist attractions you will find boards with the appropriate buses listed. Buses going to and from Macau peninsula - Coloane were bus 15, 21A, 25, 26 or 26A.

Going to Shenzhen requires a Chinese Visa, you may need to prepare it before your trip.

For Hong Kong island, we suggest Lamma island.


Enjoy your Hong Kong - Macau trip.

macau
by: Anonymous

Thank you so much for your advice....really appreciate it a lot.....

Can you please advise us more on how can we spend our day in Macau?

and is it possible for us to make any visit to any recommended islands in hk or even Shenzhen? hehe^^

Re: 5-Days Trip in Hong Kong
by: Anonymous

Here's our recommendation.

Day 1: Macau
Going to Macau from Hong Kong is the best way.

Day 2: Avenue of Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Victoria Peak.
Must Try: Trams, Peak Tram, and the Star Ferry.

Day 3: Ocean Park, Shopping

Day 4: Disneyland, Shopping, Nightlife

Day 5: Museums (at least one like Space Museum), Ngong Ping 360.

Additional relevant information for Hot Shopping spots;

For garments, leather and international brands;
Times Square, Lee Gardens - take the MTR Causeway Bay station exits A and F.
Canton Road, Harbour city, One Peking - MTR Tsim Sha Tsui station exits A1 and C1.
Festival Walk - MTR Kowloon Tong station exit C.

Outlet shopping for low-priced samples or excess stock from well-known brand names;
Citygate Outlets - MTR Tung Chung station exit C.
Cheung Sha Wan Road - MTR Sham Shui Po station exit C1.

For computers, audio-visual, telecom and electronics gadgets;
Wanchai Computer City - MTR Wanchai station exit A4.
Mong Kok Computer Centre - MTR Mong Kok station exit E2.
Golden Computer Arcade and Golden Computer Centre - MTR Sham Shui Po station exit D2.
Times Square - MTR Causeway Bay station exit A.
Sai Yeung Choi Street South - MTR Mong Kok station exit D3.

Local Food:
Causeway Bay's myriad restaurants and cafes around Jardine's Bazaar, Times Square, Lee Theatre Plaza, Percival Street and Paterson street offer most everything from HK local food to Asian and international gourmet cuisine.

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