Sensational Hong Kong & Macau “BY Trip Inventor”




Hong Kong is a city that pulsates with energy. Here’s why everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime.


A former British colony, Hong Kong is a place where east and west meet to create a truly unique culture. There’s also a superb array of attractions, from towering skyscrapers and street bazaars to beaches and verdant parklands. There is, however, so much more to Hong Kong than shopping. Visitors can enjoy views of the city from high altitude, sample local food, celebrate festivals, watch sports competitions, and visit movie settings in the city.

Hong Kong City Tour
Victoria Peak
The Victoria Peak, generally known by the locals as the Peak is where you can see Kowloon from a hilltop across the harbor. It features the city's oldest mode of transport, the 112-year old peak tram and Hong Kong's most unusual building and icon, The Peak Tower. It is also known as Mount Austin. 

Aberdeen Harbor
Aberdeen is an area at the south side of Hong Kong Island. It is famous to tourists for the boat people living in the harbor and the floating seafood restaurants.   

Repulse Bay Beach

The well-known Repulse Bay Beach is located on a beautiful bay with a long line of coast and smooth sand in the south of Hong Kong island. On the beach, there are large statues of two Goddesses, Kwun Yum and Tin Hau. The Repulse Bay area is one of the most expensive residential areas in Hong Kong.

Ocean Park
Ocean Park Hong Kong is a theme park in the Southern District of Hong Kong Island. The different parts of the park connected by the cable car, as well as the world's second-largest outdoor escalator. The theme park currently has 40 rides and attractions.

Attractions In Ocean Park

Cable Car Ride
From the cable-car, you will have an unparalleled spectacular view of Hong Kong Island and the South China Sea. You can also see the expanse of the Shark Aquarium, Ocean theatre, Ocean Park Tower among others.
1)Ocean Park Towers  2) Symbio Theme Park  3) Overview of Ocean Park
4)Roller Coaster at Ocean  5) Park Dolphin Show

Disneyland
In 2005, Hong Kong now had its very own Disneyland, complete with all the traditional Disney rides and attractions. The use of Feng Shui throughout the design of the park makes Hong Kong Disneyland unique to all others.

Attractions In Disneyland Hong Kong
Hong Kong Disneyland divided into 5 themes
Ø  Main Street USA.
Ø  Tomorrow Land.
Ø  Toy Story Land.
Ø  Adventure Land.
Ø  Fantasy Land.
  Ocean Park
Ocean Park Hong Kong is a theme park in the Southern District of Hong Kong Island. The different parts of the park connected by the cable car, as well as the world's second-largest outdoor escalator. The theme park currently has 40 rides and attractions.

Attractions In Ocean Park

From the cable-car, you will have an unparalleled spectacular view of Hong Kong Island and the South China Sea. You can also see the expanse of the Shark Aquarium, Ocean theatre, Ocean Park Tower among others.
1)Ocean Park Towers  2) Symbio Theme Park  3) Overview of Ocean Park
4)Roller Coaster at Ocean  5) Park Dolphin Show

Disneyland
In 2005, Hong Kong now had its very own Disneyland, complete with all the traditional Disney rides and attractions. The use of Feng Shui throughout the design of the park makes Hong Kong Disneyland unique to all others.

Attractions In Disneyland Hong Kong
 Hong Kong Disneyland divided into 5 themes
Ø  Main Street USA.
Ø  Tomorrow Land.
Ø  Toy Story Land.
Ø  Adventure Land.
Ø  Fantasy Land.

About Macau
Travel to Macau because it is an underrated destination - a shopping, beach and food paradise of sorts. ... It is true that Macau features the biggest casinos and posh hotels, but this destination offers more than the lights, sounds, and thrills of gambling

Hydrofoil to Macau
Travel at speeds up to 60 km/hr on this fast
moving specially crafted boat.

City Tour Of Macau
Grey Hound Racing
The dogs chase a lure (an artificial hare or rabbit) on a track until they arrive at the finish line. The Canidrome, located in the northern part of the city, is the only Greyhound Racing facility in Asia. Today, it is considered one of the largest and best equipped in the world. One has to be 18 & above in age in order to enter this complex.

Ama Temple
This temple is situated at the base of Barra Hill. The temple is named after the beautiful young Sea Goddess MATSU who, according to legend, saved a ship from the storm. This temple is distinguished by its beautiful tiled roofs and spectacular views from the upper gardens. Many disciples gather here to pay homage and pray for good fortune.

Ruins Of St Paul's Church
Ruins of St. Paul's are the famous sight in Macau. The original church was probably designed by an Italian Jesuit in the early 17th century and was built with the assistance of Japanese Christian artisans. In 1835, the church and its adjacent college caught fire and burned to the ground leaving only the facade, the staircase, and a few portions of the walls.    

Senado Square
The 3700m, Senado square is paved with a wave-patterned mosaic of colored stones, created by Portuguese experts. The main road is a pedestrian paradise in the heart of the city.

The Barrier Gate
Erected in 1870, the European style Border Gate witnesses the development of Macau. The modernized Border Gate Square with fountains at the center is surrounded by green plants. The Border Gate marks the border between Macau and Mainland China.

Macau Towers 
Soaring 338 meters above the city, the Macau Tower is one of the highest freestanding towers in the world. It stands taller than Auckland's Sky Tower, Paris's Eiffel Tower, and Sydney's AMP Tower. It has an observation deck with panoramic views, restaurants, theaters, malls & most exciting skywalk which gives a thrilling walking tour on the outer rim.

The Venetian Macao

The Venetian Macao  is a luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau owned by the American Las Vegas Sands company. ... The Venetian Macao is the largest casino in the world, the largest single structure hotel building in Asia, and also the seventh-largest building in the world by floor area.

Building function: Hotel, Casino

Owner: Las Vegas Sands





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