Monday, October 29, 2012

Sample Itinerary for Hongkong - Macau

Below is a 3D/2N itinerary for Hongkong - Macau.  Hope this helps those who are planning their trips.

DAY 1 
Hongkong Disneyland
The Peak
Madam Tussauds Wax Museum
Hongkong Disneyland 

Tian Tan Buddha or the Giant Buddha in Lantau Island

DAY 2  
Lantau Island which covers the following:
Ngong Ping 360 cable car ride
Giant Buddha
Wisdom Path
Monkey's Tale Theatre
Walking with Buddha Museum                                   

Tsim Tsa Tsui and Mongkok area which includes:
Hongkong Museum of Art
Avenue of the Stars
Symphony of Lights
Mongkok Night Market

DAY 3 - Macau
Fisherman's Wharf
Ruins of St. Paul
Senado Square
St. Dominic Church
Grand Prix Museum
Macau Tower
Bubble Show at the City of Dreams
Michael Jackson Museum
Hotels and casinos (The Venetian, Grand Lisboa, Wynn Hotel, Sands Casino and Galaxy)


Macau Tips:
1. Don't forget to try out the delicious egg tarts in Macau - the most famous I think are the ones from Pastelaria Koi Kei (since I saw a lot of people carrying boxes of egg tarts from that store).  Or you can   search for "Tea Plus" near Ruins of St. Paul.  Tea Plus is one of the location for the Korea novela "Boys Over Flowers". It is where we got our egg tarts and the Boys Over Flowers theme song is playing while we were eating our egg tarts. It's really cool! :-)

2. Free samples of beef jerky

3. You can ride the different hotel shuttles in Macau in order to save and explore the city for free. 

4. If you're coming in to Macau by ferry, there are a lot of tour guides waiting outside the ferry terminal, some of them are Filipinos.  You can bargain the rate and tell them if you have an itinerary already.  Most often, they would give some suggestions and can also give you discounts on some shows that you may want to watch.

5. Some memberships on the casinos are free if you register.  They give you a membership card that can also be your souvenir.


  1. Macau seems like an interesting place to visit.

  2. Yes Shalu Sharma, Macau is indeed an interesting place to visit! Thanks for visiting my site.

  3. Well I miss Macau Che! :-)...I have started posting na my tri-country entries..:-)..mwah!

  4. Macau is a great place, sana lang mas mahaba yung time to explore it. I read your latest post Paula and I'm glad everything worked out in the end.

    1. Thanks Che for reading it Che! ^_^....wait mo yung next parts medyo marami eh...mwah! see you someday soon!

      di ba taga binan ka, gusto ko sana makita yung bahay ng mga alonzo na I heard eh dilapidated na! :-(...sayang I love old houses pa naman!