Hong Kong + a day in Macau

Tripoto
21st Feb 2014

Wan Chai

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

Dim Sum

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

View of Victoria Harbour

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

Madame Tussaud's at The Peak

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

Night view of the city

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

Disneyland

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

Parade in Disneyland

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

Ladies Street

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

Ruins of St Paul in Macau

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

The Venetian in Macau

Photo of Hong Kong + a day in Macau by A.T

My trip in Hong Kong was a fairly simple one, exploring the city and spending a day in Disneyland and another day in Macau

If this is your first time to Hong Kong, I would suggest you visit the following places (do pick and choose according to your length of stay)

If you tend to have car sickness easily, I would highly recommend you to take the tram up and down The Peak. Though there is a bus which brings you up to The Peak, it can get really bumpy causing one to have really bad car sickness)
Photo of The Peak, Hong Kong by A.T
If you have not been to Disneyland, I would suggest you visit this BUT do note this Disneyland will be considered small in comparison to others And if you are visiting Disneyland, do note there are FastPass available for certain rides which allows you to jump the queue. Do check with the counter on this when you purchase your tickets
Photo of Disneyland, Hong Kong by A.T
This is where you can find cheap authentic Hong Kong food and pastries
Photo of Wan Chai, Hong Kong by A.T
This is where the main shopping district is. If you are not into high end shopping, I would not recommend you to visit as it is just like any other high end shopping area
Photo of Causeway Bay, Hong Kong by A.T
Photo of Victoria Harbour, Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong by A.T
Photo of Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong by A.T
If you have an additional day to spare, do visit Macau where you can catch a ferry over There is not much to see in Macau except for the ruins of St Paul and probably visit one of its casinos (just to get a feel of it)
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