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Quest for Harmony 7 Nights 8 Days: Hong Kong and Macau

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Introduction

Hong Kong and Macau: each city unique from one another, yet bound together by a cultural veneration of Harmony. This trip, we’ll explore how the desire for a harmonious life permeates these destinations. Harmony is a motif firmly woven into in the past and present, as well as in future aspirations of these regions. It plays a key role in all aspects of life here, including recreation, health, art, architecture, food, music, sports, and even business.

Harmony implies balance and the ability to integrate different elements into pleasing unity. It incorporates the Chinese concept of Yin/Yang­—opposite forces that come together to form a whole. Thousands of years ago, writers here carved the character “He”, which means harmony and peace, onto tortoise shells and animal bones known as “Oracle Bones.” And Confucius, the great Chinese philosopher promoted the concept of “harmony without uniformity.” He taught that the world is full of differences and contradictions, but that righteous people should try to balance them to achieve harmony.

Chinese culture has promoted the concept of harmony since ancient times, and today we see this fundamental value represented in so many different ways. In the trilogy of places we’ll visit this time, we’ll look at three great examples of how the people here strive for harmony:
• We’ll discover how ancient, traditional customs balance with the new and modern.
• We’ll explore how western sensibilities integrate with eastern aesthetics.
• And we’ll look at the how the Chinese people seek spiritual harmony with the natural world.

Detailed Itinerary

Hong Kong

Our quest begins in Hong Kong — Asia’s world city and a cosmopolitan metropolis offering visitors a stunning east-meets-west experience.

Hong Kong to Macau

A mere 40 miles from Hong Kong by ferry, Macau seems a world away. Even for experienced travelers, Macau is a singular place. It’s a fascinating blend of Asian and European, East and West. Following the undulating mosaic tile streets through the city’s historic center, inhaling the spicy scents of Macanese restaurants, one feels a bit like a visitor in an exotic Land of Oz. Long before Hong Kong was born, fisherman and farmers found this island at the mouth of the Pearl River a strategic place to set up shop.

The Italian missionary and Jesuit priest, Matteo Ricci, came to Macau more than 400 years ago. After studying Chinese and European history, he concluded that compared to the west, the Chinese had less interest in aggression and conquest and cherished harmony and peace. Macau was a crucial stopping point for merchant ships carrying goods from Silk Road merchants to eager consumers in Europe. It was the Portuguese who would drive Macau’s destiny. In the 16th century, the Portuguese traders got the go-ahead from mandarins in nearby Guangdong to take control of this island. Soon Macau had a near monopoly on trade between Asia and Europe.

Tour Schedule
1 Macau (D)
• Upon arriving in Hong Kong International Airport via Cathay Pacific, proceed to the TurboJET Counter for transit to Macau by ferry or hydrofoil (DO NOT GO THROUGH IMMIGRATION IN HONG KONG. YOU WILL GO THROUGH IMMIGRATION IN MACAU) At the TurboJET Counter, show your passport, e-ticket for Macau ferry, and baggage claim tag from Cathay Pacific. TurboJET staff will retrieve your luggage from baggage claim area. Claim your luggage and proceed to check-in for boarding the ferry to Macau. Upon arrival in Macau, you will clear customs. After you walk out of the customs and baggage claim area, you will be met by our Macau tour guide who will escort you to Macau Venetian Hotel by private transfer.
Optional: Lunch Suggestion – Try out the Chinese Dim Sum or Portuguese dishes.
• Our Macau tour guide will spend the afternoon with you exploring the Historic Center of Macau, a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to over 20 architecturally important monuments including temples, churches, mansion houses… which are all interlinked by a network of European style streets, squares and piazzas. Browse through traditional antique shops and art galleries at the Senado Square area.
• We have arranged for you to enjoy seeing Macau at night by taking a dinner cruise. The triple-deck, 125-foot long ship (operated by Macau Cruise Development Company and launched in October 2011) will depart from Macau’s Inner Harbor, taking you for a round-trip around A-Ma Temple, Macau Tower, Sai Van Bridge, Kun Iam Statue and Macau Science Centre. The entire dinner cruise is approximately one and a half hour. You will be transferred back to the hotel after your dinner cruise.
• Night one at Macau Venetian.
Optional: For those who wish to relax after check-in, pamper yourself at one of Macau’s hotel-based spas in the afternoon.
2 Macau (B)
• Escape the buzz of the city and head to islands of Taipa and Coloane accompanied by your private tour guide. Chapel of St Francis Xavier and Tam Kung Temple in Coloane mark the hallmarks of Macau’s dual Portuguese and Cantonese heritage and the village Marques Square is home to an array of cafes and restaurants.
• Continue the lazy afternoon with a visit to Our Lady of Carmel (a pastel and white neo-classical church built in 1885)… then move down to Avenida da Praia for the Taipa Houses Museum to find a beautifully restored row of early 20th-century houses and an avenue of banyans and flower-covered bowers. The first building is the Macanese House (filled with reproduction period furniture and furnishings in both Chinese and European style, illustrating the life of typical Macanese at the time). Next door is the House of the Islands (displaying maps, pictures and memorabilia from Taipa and Coloane). Then, the House of the Portugal Regions (displays of costumes, musical instruments and photos). Next is the Exhibition Gallery, with changing shows of photographs, paintings and poster (Note that the museums are closed on Monday).
• Bid Macau goodbye from high above, at the 1109-foot high Macau Tower. For a more extreme experience, walk the transparent floors of the observation deck.
Optional: Test your nerve — Try Bungee Jumping, Sky Jumping, Tandem Sky Jumping or Skywalk X!
Pick your choice of cuisine options for dinner before starting your evening with House of Dancing Water in the City of Dreams (House of Dancing Water is closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays).
3 Macau (B)
• Today is a Free Day. No travel service will be provided. Spend the day either exploring the city at your leisure or venturing through the casino at Venetian, or different casinos in town.
• Night three at Macau Venetian.
4 Macau/Hong Kong (B)
• Take private coach accompanied by the Macau tour guide from Venetian Macau to the Macau Ferry Terminal.
• Take the Ferry from Macau to Hong Kong.
• Upon arrival at Kowloon, meet & greet the Hong Kong local tour guide and transfer to hotel at Kowloon side. After you check in to your hotel, you can start to enjoy the shopping around your hotel area on your own. Night one at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsimshatsui.

Transition to Hong Kong

Now you are back in Hong Kong, the Pearl of the Orient. The city’s vibrancy and cultural richness awaits you. One minute it’s a city with incredible structures of steel and glass cutting a figure of hip sophistication. The next minute, a nearby traditional Chinese temple with its coils of burning incense reminds us that people here are tied to deeply rooted traditions that still play a vital part in their lives. According to one novelist, “You can leave Hong Kong, but it will never leave you.” This city’s vibrant culture contains an exciting duality – a modern city’s vitality enhanced by a traditional society’s historical richness and color.

Tour Schedule (continued)
5 Hong Kong (B, D)
• Enjoy a relaxing breakfast. Today your full day Hong Kong private tour will begin at 12:00 noon.
• After lunch, take a Sampan ride at Aberdeen Fishing Village. Continue your tour to visit Repulse Bay and Stanley Market. Afterward, take the tram to the top of Victoria Peak to enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Continue your tour to visit Golden Bauhinia Square where the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is located on the waterfront in Wanchai. Proceed to the Pier for a Buffet dinner at Harbour Cruise&#151Bauhinia and enjoy the Symphony of Lights show with live music. Your dinner cruise ends at 9:30pm and you will be transferred back to your hotel by 10:00pm.
• Night two at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsimshatsui.
6 Hong Kong (B)
• Today you will experience a full day Lantau Island Tour followed by your choice of a city tour (9:30am-6:00pm) In the morning we bring you to the Lantau Island where you will see one of the largest Buddha statues in the world. You will also visit the Po Lin Monastery and enjoy Crystal Cabin Cable Car with glass floor… for an unforgettable experience.
Optional: Lunch suggestion at the Ngong Ping Village for a vegetarian meal.
• After lunch, you can select from one of the following two private guided city tours:

Hong Kong In Living Colors:
Shau Kei Wan Wet Market – An important social place from past to present – colors, aromas and sounds bombard you in this traditional wet market with its abundant array of fresh food and people.
Sheung Wan – Considered to be the earliest place settled by the British, Sheung Wan with its traditional post war buildings is now home to some of the oldest businesses in Hong Kong, trading in things such as Chinese herbs and dried seafood.
• Hollywood Road – Previously known solely for antique shops, Hollywood Road has recently developed into a contemporary art district in Hong Kong. It was the second road to be built when the colony of Hong Kong was founded, after Queen’s Road Central.

Kowloon Markets Walk:
Flower Market – One of Hong Kong’s most colorful street markets, the Flower Market is a jungle of exotic blossoms, luck-bringing houseplants and sweet scents to be found in more than 50 shops. It’s quite colorful, and very vibrant and crowded, making this an exciting local attraction where visitors can see some of the local market life.
Yuen Po Street Bird Garden – A Chinese style garden designed for bird lovers and their pampered pets. This stall lined park embodies the spirit of this popular hobby enjoyed by Chinese families for generations.
Goldfish Market – Aquariums bring luck and natural beauty to many living rooms in Hong Kong. Hong Kong residents believe fish bring wealth, so the market is always packed and a fun place to visit.
• Banyan Tree Park (at Yau Ma Tei) – As you walk, you will be immersed in the culture of the Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok districts – two of the most densely populated spots on earth – and where much of daily life is lived at street level. Amid the burning incense coils, you will learn the history of the local Tin Hau temple, dedicated to the Goddess of Seafarers Tin Hau – one of the most popular deities of Southern China and without question the clear favorite of the boat people, of whom she must be considered the patron goddess. The temple is situated in Banyan Tree Park, where you can watch local senior citizens playing Chinese chess under the shade of the old banyan trees. This was once the waterfront of Yau Ma Tei.

• The city tour is a great introduction to life in Hong Kong/Kowloon and the back streets you may not have walked yourself. Night three at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsimshatsui.

7 Hong Kong (B)
• Today you will enjoy the Living Culture (Life in harmony: art, food, shopping, local activities, and reflexology). Enjoy a free day for shopping or select from the following menus of cultural activities and we will provide you the supplemental cost based on your selections. Feel free to call our travel consultants to discuss which activities suit you best. Night four at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsimshatsui.

Supplemental Optional Venue Choices:
• Heritage Tour: Taking in historic sites around the New Territories, the tour brings to life the customs and cultures of five great clans of Hong Kong (the Tang, Hau, Pang, Liu and Man) and provides a fascinating glimpse of Hong Kong’s rich heritage.
• Trail to the Hidden Oasis: Explore a lush countryside you never knew existed and learn about the stories of rural Hong Kong. Century old villages, a modern day farm, ancient monastery and untouched fields are woven into the rolling hills of the New Territories.
• HK Traditional Lifestyle Tour (Tai Chi + Tea Appreciation + Feng Shui)
Come Horseracing Tour (box entry + guided tour + meal)
• Reflexology Session at Tai Pan Reflexology and Foot Massage Spa
• Contemporary Art: Art & Antique Tour that covers HK Museum of Art, Hanart TZ Gallery, and Hollywood Road.
• Fortune Teller and Palm Reading is a part of Chinese culture for generations

8 Hong Kong to U.S.
Transfer from hotel to airport for a flight back to the U.S. on Cathay Pacific.

This Price includes:

• Roundtrip airfare on Cathay Pacific between San Francisco and Hong Kong on Economy Class (L Class). Supplemental rate available if upgraded to Business or First Class.
• All meals as stated on the itinerary.

o B = Breakfast in hotel
o L = Lunch outside of hotel at designated local restaurant
o D = Dinner outside of hotel at designated local restaurant

• Private English speaking guide and private car.
• Hotels (include Hotel Tax and Daily Breakfasts). Double Occupancy:

o Hong Kong, Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui, deluxe room. 4 nights.
o Macau, Venetian Hotel, standard room. 3 nights.

• Private airport transfers between hotel and airport as stated on the itinerary.
• Ferry fare between Hong Kong/Macau.
• Macau Dinner Cruise on Day 1 (Macau).
• Symphony of Lights Harbor Dinner Cruise on Day 8 (Hong Kong).
• Entrance fees to all venues listed in the itinerary.

Supplement Optional Venues:

• House of Dancing Water show on Day 2 (Macau) (Show closed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays).
• Heritage Tour (Hong Kong).
• Trail to the Hidden Oasis (Hong Kong).
• HK Traditional Lifestyle Tour (Hong Kong).
Come Horseracing Tour (Hong Kong).
• Reflexology Session at Tai Pan Reflexology and Foot Massage Spa (Hong Kong).
• Contemporary Art and Antique Tour (Hong Kong).
• Fortune Teller and Palm Reading (Hong Kong).

The Price excludes:

• Incidentals at hotels such as spa treatments, long distance calls, mini bars and laundry.
• Meals not included on the itinerary.
• Venues not mentioned in the itinerary.
• Gratuity for Guides, Drivers and Porters.

Note:

• Hotels may be changed prior to tour but will be replaced with a hotel of a similar standard.
Price and availability subject to change without notice until the deposit is received.
Terms and Conditions same as Cathay Pacific China Experience.

Activities

Aberdeen

Description : Aberdeen Harbor is home to hundreds of people living on fishing junks. Their traditional lifestyle is dramatically juxtaposed against a modern high-rise community spread over the nearby hillsides. In the evenings, the thousands of twinkling lights reflected on the water are a magical sight.
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Bird Garden

Description : Hundreds of songbirds in exquisitely crafted cages can be seen at this market, which is on the other side of Nathan Road on Yuen Po Street. The garden is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is close to Mong Kok East MTR Station and Mong Kok Stadium. Packed with booths selling birds, Hong Lok Street (or "Bird Street") was closed as part of an urban renewal project in June 1998. The Garden was constructed by the government to accommodate some of the booths. It was completed in March 1997.
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Chapel of St. Francis Xavier

Description : The Chapel of St. Francis, built in 1928, is located on the southern coast of the island and stands near a monument commemorating a victory over pirates in 1910. The chapel used to contain some of the most sacred Christian relics in Asia, including the remains of 26 foreign and Japanese Catholic priests who were crucified in Nagasaki in 1597, as well as those of some of the Japanese Christians who were killed during the Shimabara Rebellion in 1637. Among them was a bone from the arm of St. Francis Xavier, who died in 1552 on Sanchuan Island, 50 mi from Macau, before it was transferred to Saint Joseph's Seminary and the Sacred Art Museum.
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Come Horseracing Tour

Description : Horseracing was introduced to Hong Kong soon after it became a British colony in 1842. For many years it has been the most popular sport in Hong Kong, with a huge following. Hong Kong boasts more punters per capita and the highest racing turnover in the world, in spite of competition from football gambling. Some of the world's top jockeys and trainers - as well as horses - make their home here. Nothing sets Hong Kong abuzz with excitement quite like the thrill of horseracing. The atmosphere is exhilarating, betting is feverish and there are potentially huge rewards.
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Giant Buddha Statue

Description : Tian Tan Buddha, also known as the Big Buddha, is a large bronze statue of a Buddha, completed in 1993, and located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, in Hong Kong. The statue is located near Po Lin Monastery and symbolizes the harmonious relationship between man and nature, people and religion. It is a major center of Buddhism in Hong Kong, and is also a popular tourist attraction.
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Historic Center of Macau

Description : The Historic Centre of Macau is a collection of over twenty locations that witness the unique assimilation and co-existence of Chinese and Portuguese cultures in Macau, a former Portuguese colony. It represents the architectural legacies of the city's cultural heritage, including monuments such as urban squares, streetscapes, churches and temples. In 2005 the Historic Centre of Macau was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, making it the 31st designated World Heritage site in China.
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Kowloon Markets Walk

Description : We start our guided walk along Hong Kong's historic harbor front, where we introduce the history of Kowloon. Here, well-known Hong Kong landmarks such as the old Railway Clock tower, 1881 Heritage and the Peninsula Hotel are situated. Our guided walk then takes us through the back streets of Kowloon and into the daily lives of local residents. We walk through colorful streets and come across some of Hong Kong’s most lively markets, where you will feel first-hand the energy and soul of everyday Kowloon.
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Lantau Island

Description : Lantau Island, based on the old local name of Lantau Peak, is the largest island in Hong Kong, located at the mouth of the Pearl River. Administratively, most of Lantau Island is part of the Islands District of Hong Kong. A small northeastern portion of the island is located in the Tsuen Wan District. Originally the site of fishing villages, the island has been developed in recent years with the construction of Tung Chung New Town on its north-western coast and the completion of several major infrastructure projects, including Lantau Link (1997), Hong Kong International Airport (1998), Hong Kong Disneyland (2005) and Ngong Ping 360 (2006).
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Macau Tower

Description : Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre, also known as Macau Tower, is a tower located in the former Portuguese colony of Macau, now a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. The tower measures 1,109 ft in height from ground level to the highest point. An observation deck with panoramic views, restaurants, theaters, shopping malls and the Skywalk X, a thrilling walking tour around the outer rim. At 764 feet, the Macau Tower's tethered "skyjump" and Bungee jump by AJ Hackett from the tower's outer rim is the second highest commercial skyjump in the world, after Vegas' Stratosphere sky jump at 853 feet.
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Ngong Ping Crystal Cabin Cable Car

Description : The Ngong Ping 360 is a tourism project on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. The project was previously known as Tung Chung Cable Car Project before acquiring the Ngong Ping 360 brand in April 2005. It consists of the Ngong Ping Cable Car, a gondola lift formerly known as the Ngong Ping 360 Skyrail, and the Ngong Ping Village, a retail and entertainment centre adjacent to the cable car's upper station. Ngong Ping 360 serves to connect Tung Chung, on the north coast of Lantau and itself linked to central Hong Kong by the Tung Chung rail line, with the Ngong Ping area in the hills above. Prior to Ngong Ping 360's opening, the only access was via a mountain road and bus service.
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Our Lady of Carmel

Description : This contemporary Catholic Church (c1968) is in the industrial Bairro Tamagnini Barbosa in the north of the city. Interesting features include side walls lined with stained-glass panels and a wooden crucifix on a red brick wall. This is one of the most active Parishes in Macau.
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Po Lin Monastery

Description : Po Lin Monastery is a Buddhist monastery, located on Ngong Ping Plateau, on Lantau Island, Hong Kong. The monastery was founded in 1906 by three monks visiting from Jiangsu and was initially known simply as "The Big Hut." It was renamed to its present name in 1924. The main temple houses three bronze statues of the Buddha – representing his past, present and future lives – as well as many Buddhist scriptures.
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Shau Kei Wan Wet Market

Description : Shau Kei Wan Wet Market is an important social place from past to present - colors, aromas and sounds bombard you in this traditional wet market with its abundant array of fresh food and people. One important primary product of Hong Kong is marine fish. One can see fresh marine fish being distributed to outside retail market after wholesaling at Shau Kei Wan Wholesale Fish Market. Facilities for the landing and wholesale of fresh marine fish are provided. It is one of the seven wholesale fish market operated by the Fish Market Organization. It is currently the second largest in Hong Kong, after the one in Aberdeen.
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Sheung Wan

Description : Sheung Wan is an area in Hong Kong, located in the north-west of Hong Kong Island, between Central and Sai Ying Pun. Administratively, it is part of the Central and Western District. The name can be variously interpreted as Upper District (occupying relatively high ground compared to Central and Wan Chai), or Gateway District (perhaps a reference to the location where the British first entered and occupied Hong Kong).
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Symphony of Lights

Description : A Symphony of Lights is a synchronized building exterior decorative light and laser multimedia display, featuring 44 buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbor of Hong Kong accompanied by music. The technology was developed by Australian firm Laservision and cost approximately 44 million HK dollars. It has attracted over 4 million visitors and locals so far, and is held every night for ten minutes.
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Taipa Houses Museum

Description : The Taipa Houses Museum is located at Avenida da Praia in Taipa. It is a row of beautifully-restored houses including the Macanese House, the House of Islands, the House of Portugal Regions, and the Exhibition Gallery. It is very peaceful and serene, unlike the hustle-bustle and noisy surrounding of the city. You can just sit down and relax on the benches and admire the view of the sea, and see the Cotai Strip that's currently under construction.
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Tam Kung Temple

Description : Tam Kung Temple is dedicated to Lord Tam, a Taoist god of the sea. In Chinese folk legends, Tam Kung was one of gods who could forecast the weather. He was born in Huizhou Prefecture. It was said that he could cure patients in his childhood. Tam Kung became an immortal in heaven at the age of twenty in the Nine-dragon Mountain in Huizhou. He was granted an honor in the Qing Dynasty.
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The House of Dancing Water

Description : After 5 years in development and $250 million spent, "The House of Dancing Water" is now showing at City of Dreams, Macau. It is a unique creation by Franco Dragone, whose shows have been seen by over 65 million spectators worldwide. The show will be housed in a theater designed with many breakthroughs including a stage pool that holds a record-breaking 3.7 million gallons of water, equivalent to 5 Olympic-sized swimming pools. This will provide the setting for the birth of an epic love story and spectacular journey through time, showcasing dazzling costumes, special effects and record breaking acts never seen before in a theater.
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The Venetian Hotel Casino Floor

Description : The Venetian Macau casino floor will boast the world's biggest casino (some 600,000 square feet of gambling space, about five times the size of your state-of-the-art Vegas gaming floor) and is home to 870 table games and more than 3,400 slot machines - with room to expand to 6,000. Together with the Wynn and Sands Casino this southern coastal Chinese city of Macau surpasses the Las Vegas Strip as the world's most lucrative gambling center.
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Victoria Peak

Description : Victoria Peak is a mountain in Hong Kong documented as The Peak and Mount Austin locally. The mountain is located in the western half of the Hong Kong Island. With an altitude of 1,810 ft, it is the highest mountain on the island, although far from the highest Tai Mo Shan in the territory. It is also known to have the highest land value in the world, with many of the Super-Rich residing here. Because of its view, history and spectacular location Victoria Peak is strongly attached with an air of prestige. The actual summit of Victoria Peak is occupied by a radio telecommunications facility and is closed to the public. However, the surrounding area comprises a mixture of publicly accessible parkland, and high-value residential land, and it is this area that is normally meant by the name The Peak. The Peak offers spectacular views over central Hong Kong, the harbor and surrounding islands, and is a major tourist attraction.
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Hotels

Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui

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Description : Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui is a hotel in The Masterpiece, a 64-floor 261 metre (856 ft) tall skyscraper. Situated in Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood, this luxury hotel is close to K11 Shopping Mall, Nathan Road, and Hong Kong Science Museum. Also nearby are Temple Street Night Market and Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre.
Amenities: Business Center Dry cleaning/Laundry service 24-hour room service Fitness facilities Bar & Lounge Event catering Concierge Desk
Restaurant: Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui revives the wining and dining favorites of the former Hyatt Regency Hong Kong hotel established in 1969, thrilling diners with authentic cuisine ranging from the classic European delicacies of Hugo's, flavorful Cantonese delights of The Chinese Restaurant, to tantalizing international fare of the all-day dining buffet restaurant Cafe.
Guest Rooms: The 381 elegantly designed air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a number of safety features. The room's facilities include wifi wireless Internet access, pay-per-view TV, a mini bar, 24/ 7 room service is available and much more.
Location: 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
Location Description: Located on the southern tip of the Kowloon peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui is the major business, sightseeing and entertainment district in Hong Kong for business and leisure travelers alike. It's only a few minutes' walk from Hong Kong Kowloon Park and the Star Ferry pier, while nearby are the Science Museum, the Space Museum, the Cultural Centre and the Museum of Arts.
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Venetian Macau Resort

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Description : The towering, all-suite Venetian Macao Resort is located on Coloane Island in Macau. The luxurious property boasts 3,000 spacious suites, four outdoor pools, 330 retail shops, 35 restaurants serving international cuisine, a 15,000-seat event center, a 1,800-seat theater, 108 flexible meeting rooms and more. Guests staying at the Venetian Macao Resort can watch Cirque du Soleil shows, enjoy live entertainment, gamble in the casino, play mini-golf, take gondola rides, play interactive soccer, get massages and take sightseeing tours, and more.
Amenities: Casino Bar Disabled Facilities Elevator Laundry Service Room Service Shops Business Center Concierge Meeting Facilities Outdoor Pool
Restaurant: Experience cuisine ranging from Chinese and Japanese to Western and Asia International.
Guest Rooms: Indulge in absolute luxury in one of 3,000 lavishly appointed suites. Starting at 230 square feet, they come complete with canopied king or queen beds. Accommodation starts from level seven up to level thirty-eight.
Location: Estrada da Baia de N. Senhora da Esperanca, s/n, Macau, China
Location Description: It is conveniently located five minutes from the airport and new ferry terminal.
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