7 nights 8 days: Beijing/Hong kong/Macau
Our guide will be holding your name sign and waiting for you at the airport, and then you will be transferred to the hotel.
Today you will first go to see the famous Tian’anmen Square. The Tian’anmen Square is located on the central axis of Beijing and is the central square of the Republic. Many national symbols such as the Great Hall of the People, National Museum, Monument to the People's Heroes are located here.
From there you will enter the “Imperial Palace" known as the Forbidden City (closed on each Monday) where 24 emperors ruled China for about 600 years. It is the most complete and best preserved wooden structure of ancient buildings in China and the world. Visit the Forbidden City along the central axis from south to north for about 2 hours. Lunch at local restaurant.
After having a short rest, we’ll visit the Temple of Heaven – the largest ancient imperial worship architecture group in the world. The Temple of Heaven is a special altar for the Ming and Qing emperors to worship the sky, pray for rain, and pray for the harvest. It is also known as the most beautiful imperial garden in existence in China. The visit to the Temple of Heaven will take about 1 hour.
After breakfast, our guide will take you to visit the Ming Tomb. The Ming Tombs, located in Changping District, 50 kilometers north of Beijing, is the tomb building complex of 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It has the characteristics of large scale, complete system and relatively complete preservation. The natural landscape in the area is beautiful, and there are many cultural relics and historic sites.
After lunch, we will take you to visit the world famous Great Wall. There is an old saying in China that “One who fails to reach the Great Wall is not a hero”. The Great Wall is an ancient defense project with the longest construction time and the largest amount of construction in the world. It has been built continuously for more than 2000 years since the Western Zhou Dynasty. The Great Wall is spread over vast areas of northern and central China, with a total length of more than 50,000 kilometers. On the way back, you will have the chance to have a photo stop at the Water Cube and Bird’s Nest. They are landmarks of the Beijing Olympics. There are still various competitions being held there.
In the morning, you will be transferred to the airport and take the estimated flight: CA6509 12:05/16:00 to Hong Kong. Our local guide will then transfer you to the hotel.
This morning, you will visit the Wong Tai Sin Temple. Wong Tai Sin Temple, also known as Sikse Garden, was built in 1921. It mainly worships Huang Chuping, a Taoist immortal in the Eastern Jin Dynasty. In addition, the temple also worships Confucius and Guanyin. Wong Tai Sin Temple contains the main hall-the Noble Heroes' Hall, the Three Holy Halls, the Congxin Garden, and a small garden.
Then you will visit the Victoria Peak, located in the northwest of Hong Kong Island, is one of Hong Kong's iconic attractions. When traveling to Hong Kong, the stunning view of Victoria Peak is definitely a must-see attraction. The mode of transportation is very simple. As long as you take the Victoria Peak Tram, you can overlook Lantau Island and the panoramic view of Hong Kong Island, and you can see the skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour night view in layers. And then, we will see the Aberdeen Fishing Village which is a Typhoon Shelter. It is an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in any other parts of the world.
After that, you will have lunch at Jumbo Kingdom. Jumbo Kingdom is the world's largest seafood restaurant. It is also the restaurant that makes the oldest seafood ravioli in Hong Kong. The entire seafood pavilion is designed with the theme of the dragon, and the boat pavilion is decorated in the style of the imperial palace. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and other world-famous families have enjoyed a feast at sea here.
After lunch, you will visit Stanley Market. This market in the quaint village of Stanley on Hong Kong Island’s south coast and is a huge hit with locals, expats and tourists. Stanley Market have many stalls and shops selling all kinds of goods, as well as many traditional Chinese handicrafts, such as antiques, rattan, calligraphy and painting, silk clothing and fabrics. It is a good place to buy letters and souvenirs.
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Macau through the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge. The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge is a bridge connecting Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau, which is very spectacular. At night, after the lights on the bridge are light up, the night view is charming, like a glowing ribbon floating on the sea. You will take the bridge shuttle bus to cross the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. While driving on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, you cannot park on the bridge and cannot get off the bus.
When you arrive at Macau, your tour will start from A-MA Temple. The A-Ma Temple is one of Macau's iconic buildings. It is the front wall left after the church of St. Paul was burned down. Underneath the ruins of St. Paul's Church behind the archway of A-MA Temple, there is also a Catholic art museum and cemetery. Among them, the museum displays precious Catholic themed paintings, sculptures and other works.
In the afternoon, you will visit the casino in Venetian Macao Resort which is a comprehensive venue integrating hotels, conventions and exhibitions, shopping, sports, a variety of leisure facilities. It is a must-visit place for tourists visiting Macau. The hotel is based on the theme of Venice. The interior is full of Venetian arches, small canals and stone roads, full of Italian romantic wild exoticism.
At the end of the day, you will be transferred back to hotel.
This morning, you will take a ferry back to Hong Kong.
When you arrive there you will take the Ngong Ping Cable Car that connects Tung Chung and Ngong Ping. Departing from Tung Chung on the Ngong Ping Cable Car, the 25-minute process is like being in mid-air, and you can experience the "flying" viewing journey. The 5.7 km cable car journey offers visitors spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of South China Sea, Hong Kong International Airport, North Lantau Country Park, and the Giant Buddha. Polin Monastery is known as the "Buddhist Kingdom in the South", Polin Monastery is the most popular Buddhist temple in HK. The world's second largest outdoor Bronze Buddha at the Polin Monastery becomes a site of pilgrimage and is visited by Buddhists from all over the world. Lunch on your own. And then, we will transfer you back to the hotel.
Today you will be transferred to the airport and fly back to your sweet home.
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Anyone over 12 when traveling to China will be an adult.
Infant under the age of 2 years.
A smaller folding bed can be added in the standard hotel room, some hotel rooms in Hong Kong are too small for an extra bed.