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HELLO HONG KONG & MACAU Hong Kong is one of the most dynamic cities in the world, a living fusion of East and West. From the spectacular views from The Peak to the stunning nightly A Symphony of Lights show this city is sure to impress. Experience authentic local Yum Cha, shop for souvenirs and clothing at one of the many markets and make time to visit Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park. Seamlessly blending Portuguese and Chinese culture, Macau is a city of unique charm, best known as the ‘Vegas of China’ – a mecca of gambling and glitz. As passionate and experienced travellers ourselves, we understand what goes into creating holidays. For a holiday you’ll want to tell everyone about, see your local helloworld agent. Chinese New Year | 12 Nan Lian Garden | 18 Macau | 32 Cover Image: Senado Square, Macau Valid 1 April 2017 – 31 March 2018. Image Right: Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong
Contents Navigating This Brochure 4 Travel Tips 6 Top 10 Things To Do 8 Holiday Packages 10 Hong Kong 11 Hong Kong Disneyland 17 Kowloon 18 Hong Kong Island 28 Macau 32 Accommodation Index 34 Booking Conditions 35 3
Navigating This Brochure Let helloworld inspire you to discover these fantastic destinations Our Australian Collection Accommodation Ratings HELLO HELLO HELLO HELLO Diamond ratings are used throughout the brochure to GOLD COAST KIMBERLEY CRUISING & NEW SOUTH WALES & NORFOLK ISLAND BROOME CANBERRA describe the standard of accommodation. Properties featuring Diamond symbols do not participate in a recognised rating scheme. The rating is supplied by the individual property based on their own assessment. We recommend they be used as a guide only. 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 ¿¿¿ Comfortable standard of accommodation Superior standard of accommodation HELLO HELLO PERTH & HELLO QUEENSLAND HELLO ¿¿¿¿ NORTHERN THE WEST ISLANDS & SOUTH and facilities TERRITORY COAST WHITSUNDAYS AUSTRALIA Deluxe standard of accommodation ¿¿¿¿¿ and facilities ¯ Denotes additional half rating 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 Pricing Guide HELLO HELLO TROPICAL SUNSHINE HELLO HELLO NORTH COAST & TASMANIA QUEENSLAND VICTORIA BRISBANE The prices featured in this brochure are intended as a guide. The prices have been calculated using the lowest available daily price at the time this brochure was produced and may change due to exchange rate fluctuations, availability, taxes or seasonal surcharges. 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 Prices featured in accommodation listings are per person twin share for the period specified unless otherwise stated. The “From” price has been calculated using the HELLO HELLO lowest nightly rate available, i.e. lead-in room type in GREAT QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIAN RAIL RAIL HOLIDAYS off-peak season including free night offers if applicable, HOLIDAYS even if that offer is only available for part of a season. A minimum stay is generally required. Where prices for more than a one night stay are featured, the prices refer to stays of consecutive nights. 2017-2018 2017-2018 Ask your travel agent for the best price available, other room types or travel dates. Our International Collection What the Symbols mean HELLO HELLO HELLO HELLO HELLO ARABIAN BALI CANADA & CHINA COOK PENINSULA ALASKA ISLANDS Properties offering free Wi-Fi access throughout the common areas and in rooms. Properties offering in-room disabled facilities. 2017 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 Properties offering facilities catering for 2016 families which may include kids’ clubs, family HELLO HELLO HELLO HONG KONG HELLO INDOCHINA HELLO NEW FIJI HAWAI‘I rooms, child menus, highchairs and cots. & MACAU ZEALAND A special bonus offer (e.g. sparkling wine) is available if you are celebrating your honeymoon. Details must be provided at the 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 time of booking. Suggested ‘must do’ tours of iconic destinations/attractions. HELLO HELLO HELLO SINGAPORE HELLO HELLO PACIFIC THAILAND UK & USA ISLANDS & MALAYSIA EUROPE Refer to page 5 for details. 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017-2018 2017 2017-2018 ©Disney 4
Travel Tips Tian Tan Buddha, Lantau Island How to Get There Language BY AIR Qantas operates direct flights daily to Hong Hong Kong: Cantonese and English are the official Events & Public Holidays Kong from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. languages, communicating with locals is easy as Connecting flights are available from all major English is widely spoken. April Australian cities. Macau: Chinese and Portuguese are the official Ching Ming Festival 4th Macau is a 55 minute ferry transfer from Kowloon languages, with Cantonese and English being A-Ma Festival, Macau 19th and Hong Kong Island or 45 minutes from Hong widely spoken. Kong International Airport. See page 32 for details. Useful Cantonese Words May Hello Nei hou FLIGHT DURATION Labour Day 1st Goodbye Bai bai FROM / TO HONG KONG Birthday of Buddha 3rd Thank you Mgoi Brisbane 9 hrs Tuen Ng Festival, Hong Kong 30th Melbourne 9 hrs 40 mins Tipping Sydney 9 hrs 20 mins Macau International Dragon Most restaurants will levy a 10% service charge. The above table shows flight durations for direct flights only. Boat Races 27th-30th However tipping is discretionary. Connecting flights from other destinations are also available. Tun Ng Festival, Macau 30th Times are a guide only and subject to change. Weather Guide Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct June Visas & Passports seasons. The warmest months are from late May Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival 2nd-4th Australian passport holders must have a valid to September and the cool winter months from passport with at least six months’ validity beyond Macau Lotus Flower Festival 10th-18th December to February. their stay in Hong Kong and Macau. Australian Temperature average in Hong Kong Hong Kong Summer Fun 1st Jun-31st Aug passport holders do not require a visa for visits Summer (Dec – Feb) 14ºC to 21ºC of up to 90 days in Hong Kong and 60 days in Autumn (Mar – May) 17ºC to 29ºC July Macau. Travel advice is available from the Australian Winter (Jun – Aug) 26ºC to 32ºC Hong Kong Establishment Day 1st Government at smartraveller.gov.au. Spring (Sep – Nov) 19ºC to 30ºC Electricity September Macau has a tropical climate and the weather is 220-240V 50Hz. generally hot and humid, the rainy season is from Fireworks Festival, Victoria Harbour 22nd July to September. Currency Temperature average in Macau October Hong Kong: Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) National Day of the People’s Republic Summer (Dec – Feb) 12ºC to 20ºC Macau: The Pataca (MOP) Autumn (Mar – May) 16ºC to 28ºC of China 1st Major credit cards are widely accepted and ATMs Winter (Jun – Aug) 26ºC to 32ºC Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 26th-29th are widespread throughout Hong Kong and Macau. Spring (Sep – Nov) 18ºC to 30ºC Chung Yeung Festival 28th November Hong Kong Great November Feast 1st-30th Macau Grand Prix 16th-19th December Hong Kong WinterFest 1st-31st February Chinese New Year 16th-18th 6
Hong Kong & Macau INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS ATTRACTIONS N GUANGZHOU CHINA SHENZHEN HONG KONG SHA TIN NEW TERRITORIES TSING YI Hong Kong KOWLOON HONG KONG Disneyland INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TSIM SHA TSUI PENG CHAU CENTRAL WAN CHAI LANTAU ISLAND Victoria Peak Po Lin HONG KONG Monastery ABERDEEN ISLAND Ocean Repulse Park Bay MACAU STANLEY CHEUNG LAMMA ISLAND MACAU CHAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TAI WANG KAM ISLAND SOUTH WANGJIAOWAN CHINA SEA LENGFENG YUANWAN 7
Top 10 Things To Do 1 A Symphony of Lights 1. A Symphony of Lights 5. Markets A spectacular nightly multimedia show involving more Hong Kong’s markets are famed as places to pick up than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbour. Witness fashionable and cheap clothing, accessories, jewellery, coloured lights, laser beams and searchlights perform electronics, toys and a whole lot more. The most famous ©Mattel, Inc ©Poof-Slinky, Inc. in an unforgettable all round spectacle synchronised to market is the Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street. Also ©Disney/Pixar ©Hasbro, Inc music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and popular is the Temple Street Night Market, in addition to diversity of Hong Kong. Head to Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade street stalls you’ll find fortune tellers, street performers and a or Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai to watch the show myriad of dining options. (see pages 14 and 15 for details) or take a harbour cruise for the best vantage point. (see 6. The Ruins of St Paul’s, Macau 2 Hong Kong Disneyland page 14 for details) The most treasured icon in Macau, the towering façade and 2. Hong Kong Disneyland the grand stone stairway are all that remain of this early Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy tale dreams and 17th century church. The site forms part of the ‘Historic explore seven fun filled lands – Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Centre of Macau’ which is UNESCO World Heritage Listed. Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland 7. Horse Racing and Main Street, U.S.A. Meet your favourite characters and Experience a day or night out at the races as top-flight experience Disney Parks’ first Marvel-themed ride, the all- horses, jockeys and trainers vie for huge purses in thrilling new ‘Iron Man Experience’. (see page 17 for details) races at Happy Valley Racecourse on Hong Kong Island and 3. The Peak Sha Tin Racecourse in the New Territories. Hong Kong’s If there’s one thing you must do in Hong Kong, it’s a visit racing season runs from September to July. to The Peak, the highest point on Hong Kong Island. Take 8. Senado Square & A-Ma Temple, Macau a ride on the Peak Tram to the top and be amazed by the Famed for its wave patterned mosaic of coloured stones breathtaking panoramic views of this dazzling city and and a popular place for cultural activities and celebrations, harbour. (see page 14 for details) Senado Square is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed 4. Cuisine ‘Historic Centre of Macau’. Built in 1488 and the oldest It’s no secret that Hong Kong has one of the best food scenes temple in Macau, A-Ma Temple is one of three famous in the world. With 14,000 restaurants on offer, eating in this Buddha halls. (see page 15 for details) city is truly a treat. With restaurants ranging from Michelin- 9. Tian Tan Buddha & Po Lin Monastery starred restaurants to the cheapest of budget eats, there’s While on Lantau Island climb the stairs to the Tian Tan 3 The Peak Tower cuisine for every taste. (see page 14 for details) Buddha. Also known as the ‘Big Buddha’, it stands 34 metres high and is made of bronze. Opposite the statue is Po Lin Monastery, a Buddhist sanctum set in lush mountains. (see page 15 for details) 10. Lang Kwai Fong Nightlife Hong Kong boasts entertainment galore and most of it kicks off after sunset. Whether you’re after a classy cocktail in a trendy bar or live entertainment that beats through the night, Hong Kong is the city to oblige. Lan Kwai Fong in Central, is packed full of bars and nightclubs, with revellers 4 Dim Sum 5 Ladies’ Market, Mong Kok spilling out onto the streets at all hours. 8
Our Local Secrets Don’t leave Hong Kong without… Trying dim sum – Hong Kong’s mostly savoury dumplings bear little resemblance to versions served elsewhere. They are generally eaten for breakfast, brunch or lunch and served with tea (yum cha), available everywhere! 7 Sha Tin Racecourse For an elegant afternoon tea head to… The Peninsula Hong Kong. Served daily in The Lobby from 2 to 6pm, enjoy a delicious afternoon tea while listening to a string quartet. Tables are allotted on a first come, first served basis, so get there early! If you’re shopping for sport shoes… Head to Fa Yuen Street in Mong Kok, known as ‘Sneaker Street’ it has the largest collection of sports stores possibly on the planet. Pick up the latest designs and limited-edition sneakers from all over the world. Where to find authentic alleyways? A walk down Rua dos Ervanarios is like walking through Macau before Instagram was a thing. 6 The Ruins of St Paul’s, Macau 8 Senado Square, Macau There’s a real old-world charm about this street and its branching alleyways. Looking for Hong Kong’s hottest nightclubs? With clubbers dressed to the nines, long lines at the door and the best Hong Kong DJs at the decks – Volar is one of the city’s hottest nightclubs in every sense. For the best rooftop bar in Hong Kong… Head to Sevva on the 25th floor of the iconic Prince’s Building. Sip on cocktails while lounging on the wraparound terrace with breathtaking views of the city skyline and harbour. 9 Tian Tan Buddha, Lantau Island 9
Holiday Packages HOLIDAY PACKAGES Victoria Harbour Planning a holiday to Hong Kong & Macau is easy with our selection of great Holiday Packages. We’ve put together some of the most popular getaways including exclusive packages created just for you. Featuring a choice of accommodation options and local experiences, these are a fantastic way to discover Hong Kong & Macau. If you’re looking for the best holiday at the best price, our package deals offer exceptional value for money! 5 Night Hong Kong Family Fun LID AY PA C KAG From price based on 2 adults and 2 children 3 to 11 years on a 5 night package valid Sun to Thu, 28 May – 29 Jun, 27 – 31 Aug, 24 – 28 Sep 17, From $ 845 * HO ES 2 Jan – 1 Feb, 26 Feb – 1 Mar 18. per person quad share EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOU Hong Kong is a city of contrasts, with skyscrapers standing in the midst of scenic HO ES LID G AY PA C K A surroundings. While the city has an abundance of culture to offer, there are also a number of attractions and theme parks to keep the kids amused. Enjoy a full day at Ocean Park, one of the most spectacular oceanariums in the world. Catch one of the educational shows, take in the thrill of the rides and see Giant pandas at Amazing Asian Animals. ©Disney/Pixar Meet your favourite characters at Hong Kong Disneyland. Spend two days checking out the hundreds of rides, attractions and shows. With seven themed lands and fireworks every night, Disneyland is every child’s dream. Includes: • 2 nights accommodation in a Family Room at Eaton, Hong Kong • 3 nights accommodation in a Standard Room at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel • Full day Ocean Park Tour • General Admission 2-Day Ticket to Hong Kong Disneyland^ • One way coach transfer from Hong Kong Airport to Hong Kong accommodation • One way private vehicle transfer between hotels • One way private vehicle transfer from Disney accommodation to Hong Kong Airport Note: ^Valid for visit on any 2 days within any 7 day period, except Designated Days. 6 Night Hong Kong & Macau Experience LID AY PA C KAG From price based on a 6 night package valid Sun to Thu, 4 – 29 May, 31 May – 12 Sep, 16 Sep – 1 Oct, 6 – 11 Oct, 18 Nov – 21 Dec 17, From $1045 * HO ES 2 Jan – 15 Feb, 20 Feb – 6 Mar, 10 – 31 Mar 18. per person twin share EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOU Hong Kong has so much to discover. Ride the tram up to The Peak for panoramic HO ES LID G AY PA C K A views of the city, explore the famous fishing village of Aberdeen and take an evening cruise on the harbour to see the spectacular A Symphony of Lights show. Just 60 kilometres southwest of Hong Kong is Macau. Walk through Senado Square and visit A-Ma Temple and the ruins of St Paul’s. Take in the incredible views from Macau Tower or visit one of Macau’s casinos. Includes: • 4 nights accommodation in a Superior City View Room at Harbour Plaza North Point, Hong Kong • 2 nights accommodation in a Deluxe Room at Grand Emperor Hotel, Macau • Full day Hong Kong Island Tour • A Symphony of Lights Harbour Cruise • Full day Macau Tour • One way coach transfer from Hong Kong Airport to Hong Kong accommodation • One way ferry transfer from Hong Kong Island to Macau • One way ferry and private vehicle transfers from Macau to Hong Kong Airport BONUS: FREE High Tea Set per person at Harbour Plaza North Point. FREE upgrade to an Executive Room (subject to availability), HKD100 Spa voucher and 2 beers and 2 soft drinks from the mini bar per stay at Grand Emperor Hotel. 10 * The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only. Prices are in Australian Dollars and are per person per package twin share, unless otherwise specified. Please refer to page 4 for an explanation of “From” prices and ask your travel agent for our best price.
Hong Kong HONG KONG Nan Lian Garden, Kowloon Exotic, vibrant, colourful and buzzing with people, Hong Kong is an unforgettable city that will stimulate the senses like no other. From its towering modern skyscrapers and sophisticated restaurants to its street-style markets and roadside food stalls, it’s a fascinating place full of wonderful things to see and do. The spectacular harbour vistas, lofty mountain peaks and the famous neon-lit alleys will wow you. The extravagant designer shopping malls and the colourful, bustling night markets will satisfy any shopping enthusiast. For another feast of the senses, take the hour-long ferry trip to Macau to experience its unique mix of Portuguese and Chinese cultures and of course, its famous Las Vegas-style casinos. Hong Kong Dining Hong Kong Island Hong Kong is a story in three parts: Hong Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Home to the original settlement of the Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula and the New Kong boasts more than 14,000 restaurants, many Hong Kong territory, Victoria, Hong Kong Territories. Together, they’re a combination of which are clustered in defined food districts. Island is the city’s financial and business of modern skyscrapers and ancient temples, In addition to enjoying the best Cantonese and hub, where charming colonial buildings sit vibrant markets, beaches, mountains and regional Chinese food, visitors can sample a full next to modern skyscrapers. The island deserted islands. Then there is the shopping; range of authentic Asian cuisines as well as superb features restaurants, bars and shopping. designer fashion, electrical goods and Western culinary delights. Hong Kong has 61 charming local souvenirs. It is also renowned Michelin-starred restaurants. Visit the SoHo district for upscale as a gourmet’s paradise, with an abundance boutiques, bars and a wide variety of of exceptional cafés and restaurants. Kowloon restaurants. Travel on the tram car to Kowloon is a bustling mixture of shops, fantastic bars, Victoria Peak, pick-up some souvenirs Originally a small fishing community and a pubs, restaurants and markets. It is connected to or artworks and fashion at Stanley Market haven for travellers and pirates, it was used Hong Kong Island by three tunnels and the MTR, but or dine at one of the famous floating by the British as a naval base during the a trip across Victoria Harbour on a Star Ferry is the restaurants on Aberdeen Harbour. Opium Wars with China. It remained a British ideal way to commute between the two. Be tempted colony from 1842 until sovereignty was by the Temple Street Night Markets and wander Every night the skyline dazzles with A transferred to the People’s Republic of China along Nathan Road for its vast range of shopping. Symphony of Lights neon light show in 1997. Take a stroll through the tranquil Nan Lian Garden. synchronised to music. 11
Hong Kong HONG KONG EVENTS Fireworks Festival, Victoria Harbour Hong Kong is known as the events capital of Asia and it’s not hard to see why, hosting a year-round calendar of traditional celebrations and Western festivals to appeal to all walks of life. Chinese New Year Dragon Boat Carnival Indulge in an amazing Chinese New Year Held from 2nd to 4th June 2017 on the celebration from 16th to 18th February 2018, beautiful Victoria Harbour at Tsim Sha as Hong Kong welcomes the Year of the Dog. Tsui East, this is the perfect opportunity Chinese New Year is always special – the biggest to soak up all the fun and excitement of event on the Lunar calendar as Hong Kong marks the Hong Kong International Dragon Boat the occasion with a fusion of ancient customs Races. Enjoy fabulous live entertainment and modern fun in the world’s biggest Chinese and BeerFest while watching the world’s New Year celebration. There are flower markets, best paddlers competing for glory in the a spectacular night parade, exciting fireworks, dragon boat races. Chinese New Year Parade sporting events and more to enjoy. There is no better place in the world to celebrate Chinese New Wine & Dine Festival Year than Hong Kong. Come and experience the Wine & Dine month kicks off with a four magic and party with the locals! day Wine & Dine Festival from 26th to 29th Hong Kong Summer Fun October 2017. It’s an incredible opportunity Summer Fun features special shopping, dining to taste exquisite award winning cuisine and hotel promotions along with many exciting and sample wines from around the world. celebrations and events, including the Hong Kong Throw in some live music and entertainment Book Fair, the Pulse 3D Light Show and a series of and you have the makings of a great day concerts. Many of Hong Kong’s top tourist spots out. All around town, Hong Kong’s popular like Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park, Ngong food districts and party hotspots will be Ping 360 and the Hong Kong Wetland Park hold offering various territory-wide wine and food special summer activities. Come and enjoy a promotions including wine-themed tours, wonderful time in Hong Kong this summer! wine-tasting classes and more. Wine & Dine Festival Pulse 3D Light Show Dragon Boat Carnival 12
ST KNIGHT Hong KongKOWLOON CITY RD HONG KONG HONG KONG AIRPORT 31.5KM 27 11.5km 28 200m 7 300m HONG KONG DISNEYLAND 18.5KM 19 E ST AD ARGYL TSING YI LANTAU ISLAND RO O Hong Kong Disneyland LO M11 OLYMPIC ER M1 48 AT 3 MONG KOK W HONG KONG 45 46 INTERNATIONAL 44 Ladies’ Market AIRPORT 47 KOWLOO 2 PENG CHAU Po Lin Monastery N CORRIDO M2 YAU MA TEI PR R King’s LAMMA ISLAND INC Park ES SM CHEUNG AR GA CHAU RE 4 TR NATHAN RD Temple Street D Night Market 21 JORDAN RD 22 M10 M3 JORDAN KOWLOON 1 6 14 23 SC ) AD AM RD IE RO Kowloon NC L 20CAMERON RD E OL Park M 12 CHATH 8 (T US KO Y 11 10 EU WL HW 25 M 26 OO ON RD Y RD N LO MOD RD 5 9 W PAR Y KO 16 UR M4 SB K D W LI SA 17 R Lantau Island 15 Cheung Chau 18 29 24 30 Te rminal Lamma Island Ocean Space Museum TSIM SHA CROSS Discovery Bay 13 Star Ferry Pier TSUI Avenue of Stars Macau HARBOU 37 R TUNN Victoria Harbour 31 RD EL ’S NG 36 KI 35 Star Ferry Piers NORTH SHEUNG WAN POINT The Hong Kong Hong Kong DE HO M7 Observation Wheel Convention and S LL M12 VO Y W M15 Exhibition Centre EU OO D RD Man Mo X RD Temple SOHO CENTRAL Star Ferry 39 CE Pier Victoria Park NT CO NN M16 RA AUG L HT R MID LEVELS QU D 40 CE NT ADMIRALTY 34 EE M6 RA 42 N' LAN KWAI L CAUSEWAY S DR HARBOUR RD RD EE M9 FONG BAY RD TR N GLOUCESTER RD N DE O TT 43 41 RD AR O M5 SEY C WAN CHAI NES G HEN Botanical The Peak Tram Gardens Hong Kong 38 M8 ATTRACTIONS Park MTR TRAIN NETWORK RD J OHNSTON R D L FERRY NA VICTORIA PEAK HONG KONG ISLAND CA 7KM 300m 32 33 240m FIND YOUR ACCOMMODATION KOWLOON & SURROUNDS HONG KONG ISLAND HOTELS PAGE HOTELS PAGE HOTELS PAGE . . . 1 B P International Hotel ◆◆◆ 18 20 The Mira Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 25 31 City Garden Hotel ◆◆◆¯ 28 2 The Cityview ◆◆◆¯ 18 21 Nathan Hotel ◆◆◆¯ 19 32 Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong ◆◆◆¯ 28 3 Cordis, Hong Kong at 22 Novotel Hong Kong Nathan Road 33 Dorsett Wanchai, Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆ 29 Langham Place ◆◆◆◆◆ 23 Kowloon ◆◆◆◆ 21 34 The Excelsior Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆ 29 4 Eaton, Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆ 20 23 Park Hotel Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆ 22 35 Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 31 5 Gateway Hotel ◆◆◆◆¯ 22 24 The Peninsula Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 26 36 Harbour Grand Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 30 6 Harbour Grand Kowloon ◆◆◆◆◆ 24 25 Prince Hotel ◆◆◆◆ 22 37 Harbour Plaza North Point ◆◆◆◆ 29 7 Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees ◆◆◆◆ 19 26 Regal Kowloon Hotel ◆◆◆◆ 22 38 JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 31 8 Harbour Plaza Metropolis ◆◆◆◆ 20 39 L’hotel Causeway Bay Harbour View ◆◆◆◆ 30 27 Regal Riverside Hotel, Sha Tin ◆◆◆◆ 27 9 Holiday Inn Golden Mile ◆◆◆◆ 20 40 Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 31 28 Royal Plaza Hotel ◆◆◆◆◆ 26 10 Hotel Panorama by Rhombus ◆◆◆◆ 21 41 Novotel Century Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆ 30 29 The Salisbury – YMCA of Hong Kong ◆◆◆¯ 19 11 Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, 42 Renaissance Harbour View Hotel ◆◆◆◆¯ 30 30 Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers ◆◆◆◆◆ 26 Tsim Sha Tsui ◆◆◆◆◆ 24 43 The Wharney Guang Dong Hotel ◆◆◆¯ 29 12 InterContinental Grand Standford Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 24 LANTAU ISLAND 13 InterContinental Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 24 HOTELS PAGE 14 The Kimberley Hotel ◆◆◆¯ 19 . 15 The Kowloon Hotel ◆◆◆◆ 21 44 Disney Explorers Lodge ◆◆◆◆¯ 17 16 Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 25 45 Disney’s Hollywood Hotel ◆◆◆◆¯ 17 17 The Langham, Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆◆ 25 46 Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel ◆◆◆◆◆ 17 18 Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel ◆◆◆◆¯ 23 47 Novotel Citygate Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆ 27 19 Metropark Hotel Kowloon ◆◆◆◆ 21 48 Regal Airport Hotel, Hong Kong ◆◆◆◆¯ 27 13
Hong Kong HONG KONG SIGHTSEEING Hong Kong Island Tour A Symphony of Lights Cruise Central & Beyond Walking Tour Taking in many of the main attractions on Hong Join an evening cruise around Victoria Harbour. The future meets the past in Hong Kong and Kong Island, including spectacular views from Enjoy a glass of wine and an uninterrupted view of nowhere can you see this more clearly than in the Victoria Peak, this half day tour is the perfect the ‘A Symphony of Lights’ show from a traditional Central and Western district. Board a tram and head introduction to Hong Kong. Enjoy riding in a Chinese junk boat as the harbour front buildings down to the west, viewing dried seafood shops, traditional sampan and shop for souvenirs at Stanley come to life during the dazzling light display. herbalists, galleries, curio shops and temples. Get Market. Experience the history and culture of this an authentic feel of life in Hong Kong and visit a Cha vibrant and ever-changing city. Includes: Chaan Teng for a taste of local pastry and milk tea • 90 minute cruise on Chinese-style boat that are well-loved by locals. Includes: • A Symphony of Lights laser show • Jewellery factory • Repulse Bay • Stanley Market Includes: • Unlimited drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks) • Victoria Peak including a ride on The Peak Tram • Walking tour • Buy one, get one free on pre-booked Hong Kong Operator: Tour East Hong Kong • Tram ride Island tours Departs: Daily from • Tea and local pastry • Return transfers from selected accommodation Hong Kong Pier No. 9, Central at 7:30pm Kowloon Public Pier No. 3 at 7:45pm Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Returns: 9pm Departs: Tue, Thu, Sat from the HSBC Building, Departs: Daily from selected downtown Central at 2pm (Sep – May) Note: Tour does not operate 1 Oct, 24 Dec, 31 Dec 17, 1 Jan, accommodation at 8am Returns: 5pm 16 – 19 Feb 18. Returns: 2pm PRICE: PRICE: PRICE: Adult $49 Adult $69 Adult $86 Child 2-11 years $46 Child 2-12 years $50 Child 2-11 years $79 Ocean Park Tour Dim Sum Cooking Classes Kowloon Food Safari Ocean Park is much more than just an oceanarium. Dim sum means ‘touch your heart’, and this Become an expert in Cantonese cuisine with this Located on the south side of Hong Kong Island, it Cantonese-style snack is certainly a favourite. Enjoy Hong Kong food tour that explores Kowloon’s most covers an area of over 870,000 square metres of a hands-on experience with a chef and a variety of authentic restaurants, markets and food stalls. Sit land. Choose how you wish to spend the day! Catch ingredients to create your own version of these tiny side-by-side with the locals and experience the city’s a show at Marine World, see the incredible and dishes. After you’ve worked up an appetite in the inexpensive, no nonsense, delicious culinary scene. beautiful Giant pandas at Amazing Asian Animals, or kitchen, enjoy a delicious Chinese lunch and take From sweet or savoury, small or large, the choice of take the kids on an exciting ride at Whiskers Harbour. home a recipe. dishes is yours. Includes: Includes: Includes: • Aqua City – housing the Grand Aquarium • 1 hour dim sum class • Learn how to order your dishes in Cantonese • Whiskers Harbour • Marine World • 3 dishes for hands-on practice • Visit the century-old Fruit Wholesale Market • Rainforest and Adventure Land • Recipe to take home • Local English speaking guide • Return transfers from selected accommodation • Lunch • Maximum 12 guests Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Operator: Urban Adventures Departs: Daily from selected downtown Departs: Tue, Thu from Tsim Sha Tsui at 11:45am Departs: Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun from accommodation at 8am Returns: 1:45pm Yau Ma Tei MTR station at 6pm Returns: 4pm Note: Transfers are not included. Concludes: Jordan MTR Station at 9pm Note: There are limited seats available on 24 Dec, 31 Dec 17, Note: Price does not include the cost of food. 16 – 19 Feb 18. PRICE: PRICE: PRICE: Adult $105 Adult/Child $100 Adult $83 Child 3-11 years $80 Child 6-11 years $54 14 The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only. Prices are in Australian Dollars and are per person, unless otherwise specified. Please refer to page 4 for an explanation of “From” prices and ask your travel agent for our best price.
Hong Kong HONG KONG SIGHTSEEING Harbour Lights, Lei Yue Mun City & Harbour by Night with Lantau Ngong Ping Tour Seafood Dinner Cruise Dinner at Bubba Gump Take a tour of Lantau Island. Discover the pristine Cheung Sha Beach and stilt houses at the fishing View the harbour lights as you cruise to Lei Yue Be captivated by the incredible sights of Hong Kong village of Tai O. At Po Lin Monastery observe the Mun Seafood village, situated at Hong Kong’s at night on this memorable tour. Venture to the top Giant Buddha. Take a ride on the Ngong Ping cable Eastern Harbour. This picturesque village is widely of Victoria Peak for a sumptuous dinner overlooking car and marvel at the stunning 360 degree views. known as a seafood paradise. Enjoy a delicious set Hong Kong. Stroll through the lively Temple Street Chinese dinner before cruising back to Kowloon. night market and shop for souvenirs and jewellery. Includes: • Local ferry to Mui Wo Includes: Includes: • Ngong Ping 360 cable car ride to Tung Chung • Set Chinese dinner at a Lei Yue Mun restaurant • Evening cruise of Victoria Harbour • Air-conditioned coach • Traditional vegetarian lunch • Unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks on the • Unlimited drinks on Chinese-style boat cruise boat • Return transfers from selected accommodation • Dinner at Bubba Gump Restaurant Operator: Tour East Hong Kong • Free time at Temple Street Market Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Departs: Daily from • Return transfers from selected accommodation Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 8am Hong Kong Pier No. 9, Central at 6pm Returns: 4pm Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Kowloon Public Pier No. 3 at 6:15pm Note: The Ngong Ping cable car is closed for maintenance until Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 5pm Returns: 9pm 30 Jun 17 and will be replaced by a coach transfer. Tour does Returns: 10pm Note: Transfers not included. Tour does not operate 1 Oct, not operate 16 – 19 Feb 18. Note: Tour does not operate 1 Oct, 24 Dec, 31 Dec 17, 1 Jan, 24 Dec, 31 Dec 17, 1 Jan, 16 – 19 Feb 18. Minimum 4 adults. 16 – 19 Feb 18. Minimum 4 adults. PRICE: PRICE: PRICE: Adult $138 Adult $179 Adult $196 Child 2-12 years $125 Child 3-11 years $164 Child 3-11 years $158 Macau Full Day Tour Shenzhen Lifestyle Tour Guangzhou Excursion Experience the glamour and history of Macau on this Take in the stunning views as you travel by train This fabulous full day excursion offers a taste of exciting full day tour. Take in incredible views from through Hong Kong’s New Territories, crossing the China. Take a city tour of Guangzhou, see the Macau Tower, and worship the sea-goddess Mazu China border into Shenzhen, one of the fastest Giant pandas and be inspired by the spectacular at A-Ma Temple. Stroll through beautiful Senado growing cities in the world. Observe the locals archaeological display of the Terracotta Warriors. Square and try your luck at one of the many casinos. practising Tai Chi at Lichi Park, and shop for souvenirs at the sprawling Lo Wu mall. Witness Includes: Includes: the awe-inspiring Terracotta Warriors and Horses • Catamaran transfer to the port of Shekou • Return catamaran transfers to Macau Museum, one of the greatest archaeological • Terracotta Warrior Exhibition • Statue of ‘Kun Lam’ – the Goddess of Mercy discoveries in the world. • City tour of Guangzhou • Lunch • Lunch Includes: • Return transfers from selected accommodation • Return transfers from selected accommodation • Return train to Shenzhen • Lunch Operator: Tour East Hong Kong • Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 7:30am Departs: Mon to Fri from Hong Kong at 7am Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Returns: 6:30pm Returns: 9pm Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 6:45am Note: Passport is required. Macau visa (if required) is excluded. Returns: 6:45pm Note: Passport is required. Compulsory Group China visa is Visitors wearing shorts are not allowed to enter the casino. included. Tour does not operate 16 – 19 Feb 18. Minimum Note: Passport is required. Compulsory Group China visa is included. Tour does not operate 16 – 19 Feb 18. Minimum 6 adults. 4 adults. PRICE: PRICE: ADULT Adult $184 Adult $166 Adult $299 Child 1-8 years $177 Child 1-8 years $142 Child 0-9 years $273 The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only. Prices are in Australian Dollars and are per person, unless otherwise specified. Please refer to page 4 for an explanation of “From” prices and ask your travel agent for our best price. 15
Hong Kong HONG KONG EXTENDED TOURING 2 Day Hong Kong 3 Day Shenzhen 4 Day Guangzhou Shenzhen Tour & Guangzhou Tour & Guilin Tour HIGHLIGHTS: HIGHLIGHTS: HIGHLIGHTS: • Meridian View Centre • Shenzhen • Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall • Terracotta Warriors and Horse Exhibition Centre • Terracotta Warriors and Horse Exhibition Centre • Li River cruise • Silk Factory • Lotus Mountain • Foshan • Guilin Day 1: Hong Kong to Shenzhen Day 1: Hong Kong to Shenzhen Day 1: Hong Kong to Guangzhou Travel by first class train to Shenzhen. The first stop Travel by first class train to Shenzhen. Explore the Travel by train to Guangzhou. On arrival, enjoy is Lichi Park, a popular place for locals to gather famous Dafen Oil Painting Village before touring lunch followed by a half day tour to Dr Sun Yat- for morning exercise. For views of the city head Shenzhen. Spend time at an exhibition of the Sen Memorial Hall and Temple of the Chen Family to Meridian View Centre, the observatory deck of incredible Terracotta Warriors. After a Chinese lunch Ancestors. Overnight at Dong Fang Hotel. (L) the Shun Hing Square. Next, visit an exhibition of at a local restaurant, dedicate a few hours at two Day 2: Guangzhou to Guilin the awe-inspiring Terracotta Warriors and Horses, spectacular theme parks – China Folk Culture Village followed by a visit to the Silk Factory and lunch. and Splendid China. Enjoy the magnificent evening After breakfast fly to Guilin. Transfer to your hotel and show – Dancing with Dragon and Phoenix at the have lunch followed by sightseeing, if time permits. Enjoy free time in the afternoon for shopping at the Stay the next two nights at Bravo Hotel. (BL) sprawling Lo Wu Shopping Centre. Overnight at open air theatre. Overnight at Best Western. (LD) Shenzhen Shangri-La. (L) Day 2: Shenzhen to Guangzhou Day 3: Guilin Travel to Guangzhou by train. Tour the Dr Sun Yat- Enjoy a full day lunch cruise on the Li River as Day 2: Shenzhen to Hong Kong Sen Memorial Hall via coach, a traditional garden you travel downstream to Yangshuo. Visit a local Enjoy the morning at leisure before travelling back market on the return to Guilin by coach. Taste local to Hong Kong by car. (B) at Chen Family Ancestral Temple showcasing Guangdong Province culture. Visit the famous open- specialties for dinner followed by a traditional dance Includes: air Ching Ping market, selling produce from local show. (BLD) • 1 night hotel accommodation farmers. Visit Shamian Island located on the Pearl Day 4: Guilin to Hong Kong River Delta and then transfer to Panyu. Visit Lotus Visit Reed Flute Cave, Fubo Hill and Elephant Trunk • English speaking guide Mountain and explore its legendary romantic caves. Hill. Board a late afternoon flight to Hong Kong and • Meals as specified (B = breakfast, L = lunch) Overnight at Dong Fang Hotel. (BLD) • Transportation and tours as per itinerary transfer to your hotel. (B) Day 3: Guangzhou via Foshan to Hong Kong Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Includes: Depart for Foshan City and visit the famous Foshan Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 6:30am Ceramic House and Folk Art Studio. See the • 3 nights hotel accommodation Returns: 3pm Ancestral Temple, dedicated to Confucianism, Taoism • Train from Hong Kong to Guangzhou Note: Price valid for Fri to Sun departures. Tour does not and the God of Beidi. Return to Guangzhou and • Flight from Guangzhou to Guilin operate 1 – 7 Oct 17, 15 – 19 Feb 18. Chinese visa not board the express train back to Hong Kong. Upon • Flight Guilin to Hong Kong included, visa is required prior to departure from country of arrival in Hong Kong, transfer to your hotel. (BL) • English speaking guide origin. Minimum 2 adults. • Meals as specified (B = breakfast, L = lunch, Includes: D = dinner) • 2 nights hotel accommodation • Transportation and tours as per itinerary • Porterage of one piece of luggage • English speaking guide Operator: Tour East Hong Kong • Meals as specified (B = breakfast, L = lunch, Departs: Wed, Sat from Hong Kong at 6:30am D = dinner) Returns: 3pm • Transportation and tours as per itinerary Note: Tour does not operate 15 Apr – 10 May, 15 Oct – 10 Nov Operator: Tour East Hong Kong 17, 16 – 19 Feb 18. Chinese visa not included, visa is required prior to departure from country of origin. Minimum 2 adults. Departs: Wed, Fri from Hong Kong at 6:30am Returns: 3pm Note: Price valid for Fri to Sun departures. Tour does not operate 1 – 7 Oct 17, 15 – 19 Feb 18. Chinese visa not included, visa is required prior to departure from country of origin. Minimum 2 adults. PRICE: PRICE: PRICE: Adult twin share $566 Adult twin share $888 Adult twin share $2028 16 The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only. Prices are in Australian Dollars and are per person twin share, unless otherwise specified. Please refer to page 4 for an explanation of “From” prices and ask your travel agent for our best price.
Hong Kong HONG KONG DISNEYLAND TICKETS & ACCOMMODATION 1-Day Ticket & 2-Day Ticket Hong Kong Disneyland With all of the exciting new attractions now available Hong Kong Disneyland is home to Mickey Mouse and his friends, adrenaline pumping rides, at Hong Kong Disneyland, extend your stay and spectacular Broadway-style shows, and seven fun-filled themed lands. Grab a sweet treat enjoy the Park across two days. as you shop for souvenirs at Main Street, U.S.A. or take an exciting Jungle River Cruise in Operator: Hong Kong Disneyland Adventureland. In Tomorrowland, experience Asia’s first-of-its-kind “Star Wars: Tomorrowland Note: ^Except designated days (during Chinese New Year Takeover” with Hyperspace Mountain and Disney Parks’ First Marvel Themed Ride, Iron Man holidays). 2-Day Ticket is valid for visits on any 2 days within Experience. Mystic Point is a recent addition for those that love the mysterious and magical. any 7 day period, except Designated Days. The first visit must Ride the Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars in Grizzly Gulch, or say hello to Woody and be on or before the last day of the validity period printed on the Jessie in Toy Story Land. For the classic Disneyland experience, take a spin on the Mad Hatter 2-Day Ticket, and the second visit with the same 2-Day Ticket must be made within 7 days of the first visit. Tea Cups and take a journey through this whimsical garden featuring classic Disney Fairytales as living storybooks in Fantasyland. Catch your favourite characters at the parade, and don’t miss the spectacular fireworks display with castle projection, the perfect way to end your day at the happiest place on earth. PRICE: 1-DAY TICKET^ 2-DAY TICKET^ Complete your holiday with a stay at a Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Hotel to receive a Priority Adult $120 $154 Admission Pass for designated attractions and seat reservations for stage shows^ in the Park. Child 3-11 years $85 $109 Disney Explorers Lodge Disney’s Hollywood Hotel Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel ¿¿¿¿¯ ¿¿¿¿¯ ¿¿¿¿¿ Concept Art / Rendering Image Only From price based on 1 night in a Standard Room, valid Sun to Thu, 3 – 25 May, 3 – 21 Sep 17, 4 – 22 Mar 18. From $ 240 * per person per night From price based on 1 night in a Standard Room, valid Sun to Thu 3 – 25 May, 3 – 21 Sep 17, 4 – 22 Mar 18. From $ 208 * per person per night From price based on 1 night in a Standard Room, valid Sun to Thu 3 – 25 May, 3 – 21 Sep 17, 4 – 22 Mar 18. From $ 295 * per person per night Lantau Island MAP PAGE 13 REF. 44 Lantau Island MAP PAGE 13 REF. 45 Lantau Island MAP PAGE 13 REF. 46 Take a break from your exciting adventures and join Fun for the whole family can be found at Disney’s Surround yourself with Victorian elegance and enjoy fellow explorers in this respite surrounded by the Hollywood Hotel. Enjoy spacious rooms in this unparalleled service and child-friendly facilities. Rest wonders of nature and diverse cultures. Be awed by Hollywood-themed hotel which offers great value, easy in the spacious and elegant rooms that feature the exotic accommodations with rooms furnished all rooms feature flat screen LED televisions. Take flat screen LED televisions. Lounge by the pool or according to the four unique tropical climates of photos with classic cars, stroll through the gardens explore the Mickey Maze. Kids’ activities include a Asia, Oceania, South America and Africa. All rooms or relax by the swimming pool. Enjoy Disney’s world number of outdoor games and bedtime stories. The feature flat screen LED televisions. The lodge serves famous service with activities available that are hotel offers something for everyone. international cuisines from the five continents and designed especially for children. Property Features: Pool, Restaurants (2), Bar, Café, features a large outdoor pool. Property Features: Pool, Restaurants (2), Bar, Room service (24 hour), Gift shop, Fitness centre, Property Features: Pool, Waterslide, Restaurants (2), Waterslide, Gift shop, Child minding/babysitting, Child minding/babysitting, Non smoking, 24 hour Café, Room service (24 hour), Gift shop, Non Non smoking, 24 hour reception, Courtesy shuttle reception, Courtesy shuttle to Park. smoking, 24 hour reception, Courtesy shuttle to Park. to Park. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Hair dryer, Safe. facilities, Hair dryer, Safe, USB charger. facilities, Hair dryer, Safe. Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Max Capacity: Sea View/Standard/Deluxe/Kingdom Max Capacity: Standard/Deluxe/Premium/Sea View – 4. Max Capacity: Sea View/Standard/Deluxe – 4. Club – 4. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 24km, Airport 18km. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 24km, Airport 18km. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 24km, Airport 18km. BONUS: FREE Night Offer: Stay 3 nights, pay for 2, valid BONUS: FREE Night Offer: Stay 3 nights, pay for 2, valid BONUS: FREE Night Offer: Stay 3 nights, pay for 2, valid 1 May – 19 Dec 17, 3 Jan – 13 Feb, 21 Feb – 31 Mar 18. 1 Apr – 19 Dec 17, 3 Jan – 13 Feb, 21 Feb – 31 Mar 18. 1 Apr – 19 Dec 17, 3 Jan – 13 Feb, 21 Feb – 31 Mar 18. * The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only. Prices are in Australian Dollars and are per person per night twin share for accommodation and per person for tours, unless otherwise specified. Please refer to page 4 for an explanation of “From” prices and ask your travel agent for our best price. ^Subject to availability. The information and some of the images are concept arts/rendering images 17 for general reference only. ©Disney 2017 ©MARVEL ©Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. ©&™ Lucasflim Ltd. Disney Explorers Lodge opens on 30 April 2017.
Kowloon KOWLOON ACCOMMODATION Victoria Harbour Hong Kong City Pack Bustling and eclectic, Kowloon is a fascinating place to explore. For a glimpse into local life, take Our Favourites Return coach transfers from Hong Kong Airport, Half a walk down atmospheric Shanghai Street, home day Hong Kong Island Tour, One way Peak Tram ride. to decade-old family-run shops. Practice your Enjoy the spectacular A Symphony of $109 per adult, $102 per child (2-11 years). Lights show from the promenade bargaining skills at the famous Ladies’ Market Operator: Tour East Hong Kong and trace a century of Hong Kong cinema on Note: Minimum 2 adults. the Avenue of Stars. Hop on the Star Ferry from For amazing views take the Star Ferry central Hong Kong and admire the magnificent to Hong Kong Island Transfers views of the city’s iconic skyscrapers. From Hong Kong International Airport to downtown Discover the museums in Tsim Sha Tsui, meander Shop for bargains at the famous Kowloon accommodation (33km): By coach: $38 per adult, $35 per child (2-11 years). along the promenade and wander down Nathan Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street By private vehicle: $157 per vehicle^. Road to shop for jewellery and electronics. in Mong Kok Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Stroll through the tranquil Nan Lian Garden and Note: Price based on one way. Coach transfers not valid for the Chi Lin Nunnery temples. At night, observe Visit the Avenue of Stars along the flights arriving after 9pm or departing prior to 10am. Hong Kong’s epic skyline from one of Kowloon’s Victoria Harbour Waterfront ^Maximum 2 people per vehicle. glamorous sky-high bars. B P International Hotel The Cityview ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¯ Standard City Vista Economy Plus From price based on 1 night in a Standard City Vista, valid 1 – 9 Apr, 1 May – 7 Jul, 27 Aug – 12 Sep 17, 15 Jan – 15 Feb, 21 Feb – 3 Mar 18. From $ 96 * per person per night From price based on 1 night in a Economy Plus Room, valid 1 May – 13 Jul 17. From $ 82 * per person per night 8 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon MAP PAGE 13 REF. 1 23 Waterloo Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon MAP PAGE 13 REF. 2 Situated along the lush, calming green of Kowloon Park, the hotel has beautiful The Cityview is adjacent to the bustling Nathan Road and only a one minute walk views overlooking Hong Kong’s iconic Victoria Harbour. B P International is from MTR Yau Ma Tei Station. Nestled in the heart of the entertainment district conveniently located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui district and close to numerous between Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui, the hotel provides easy access to tourist large scale shopping malls, such as Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard, Harbour attractions such as the Temple Street Night Market and Ladies’ Market. The City and China Hong Kong City – all within walking distance. The nearest property is at the forefront of eco-conscious hospitality, featuring spacious and Airport Express Station is Kowloon Station, which is five minutes ride from B P elegant rooms. Enjoy Thai-style cuisine in an exquisite garden setting at Amazing. International, and Hong Kong International Airport is about 35 minutes ride from Property Features: Restaurants (3), Room service (limited), Gymnasium, the hotel. Non smoking. Property Features: Coffee shop, Lounge with live music (evenings). Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Cable TV, Hair dryer, Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Cable TV, Hair dryer, Safe. Safe, Non smoking. Premier Rooms Include: Breakfast daily, Use of smart phone (conditions apply). Children: 0 to 12 years – prices on application. Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Max Capacity: Standard City Vista/Harbour Parkview – 3, Family – 4. Max Capacity: Economy Plus/Premier – 3, Deluxe – 2. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 500m, Airport 35km. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 2.1km, Airport 35km. BONUS: FREE late check-out until 4pm for stays of 3 nights or more, valid 1 – 9 Apr, EARLY BIRD BONUS: Book 90 days prior to travel and save 12% on regular room 1 May – 12 Sep, 18 – 30 Sep, 7 – 10 Oct, 1 – 17 Dec 17, 15 Jan – 15 Feb, 21 Feb – 3 Mar 18. prices. 18 * The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only. Prices are in Australian Dollars and are per person per night twin share for accommodation and per person for transfers, unless otherwise specified. Please refer to page 4 for an explanation of “From” prices and ask your travel agent for our best price.
Kowloon The Kimberley Hotel Nathan Hotel KOWLOON ACCOMMODATION ¿¿¿¯ ¿¿¿¯ Superior Nathan Grand From price based on 1 night in a Superior Room, valid 1 – 5 Apr, 1 May – 14 Sep, 28 Nov – 21 Dec 17, 22 Feb – 31 Mar 18. From $ 94 * per person per night From price based on 1 night in a Superior Room, valid 1 May – 15 Sep 17, 1 Jan – 15 Mar 18. From $ 98 * per person per night 28 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon MAP PAGE 13 REF. 14 378 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon MAP PAGE 13 REF. 21 The Kimberley Hotel is centrally located in the bustling shopping and Located on Nathan Road in Jordan, one of the city’s best shopping and entertainment district of Tsim Sha Tsui and a short walk to Nathan Road. entertainment areas, the hotel is an easy walk to the Jordan MTR station, giving Guestrooms provide a combination of western simplicity and modern convenience guests quick and easy access to the markets at Mong Kok. Guestrooms are offering a tranquil haven away from the bustle of the city. Three elegant restaurants sophisticated and comfortable. Enjoy a cocktail at the open-air bar or choose a are on offer to guests, as well a luxurious day spa. wine tasting at The Nathan Cellar. Property Features: Restaurants (3), Lobby lounge, Day spa, Gymnasium. Property Features: Restaurant, Bars (2), Room service (limited), Gymnasium. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Mini bar, Hair dryer. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Mini bar, Hair dryer, Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Safe. Max Capacity: Superior/Deluxe – 3. Includes: Breakfast daily, Use of smart phone (conditions apply). Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 350m, Airport 32.5km. Children: 0 to 12 years – prices on application. Max Capacity: Superior – 3, Nathan/Nathan Grand – 2. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 3.7km, Airport 32km. BONUS: FREE late check-out until 3pm for stays of 3 nights or more. (subject to availability) HONEYMOON BONUS: FREE bottle of wine and fruit plate in room on arrival. The Salisbury – YMCA of Hong Kong Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees ¿¿¿¯ ¿¿¿¿ Standard City Superior From price based on 1 night in a Standard Room, valid Sun to Thu, 1 – 10 Apr, 7 May – 14 Jul, 27 Aug – 13 Sep 17. From $ 123 * per person per night From price based on 1 night in a City Superior Room, valid 1 – 6 Apr, 1 May – 7 Sep, 19 Nov – 21 Dec 17, 2 Jan – 8 Mar 18. From $ 80 * per person per night 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon MAP PAGE 13 REF. 29 199 Kowloon City Road, Tokwawan, Kowloon MAP PAGE 13 REF. 7 Situated at the tip of Kowloon Peninsula with magnificent views of Victoria Harbour Close to Tsim Sha Tsui shopping and entertainment district. This renowned hotel and Hong Kong Island, The Salisbury – YMCA of Hong Kong is in close proximity has a unique twist to its lobby, designed to create an optical illusion where it feels to the shopping, entertainment and business district of Tsim Sha Tsui. Featuring as if you’re inside Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa. 372 renovated rooms and an indoor pool, the hotel provides everything you need Property Features: Pool (outdoor including children’s wading), Restaurant (outdoor), for a comfortable stay. Coffee shop, Bar, Room service (24 hour), Spa, Fitness centre, Business centre, Property Features: Pool (indoor), Restaurant, Room service (limited), Fitness centre Club lounge, Non Smoking, Courtesy shuttle bus. (free), Squash court, Climbing wall, Badminton court, Non smoking. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Hair dryer, Safe. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Mini bar, Cable TV, Includes: Use of smart phone (conditions apply). Hair dryer, Safe. Club Rooms Include: Access to the Harbour Club Lounge, Buffet breakfast daily, Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Afternoon tea, Evening drinks and canapés nightly, Welcome drink. Max Capacity: Standard/Partial Harbour View/Harbour View – 3, Family Suite – 4. Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 500m, Airport 35km. Max Capacity: City Superior/Patio Superior/City Deluxe/Suite/Club City Superior/ Club City Deluxe/Club Patio Superior – 3, Quadruple – 4. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 3km, Airport 35.5km. EARLY BIRD BONUS: Book 30 days prior to travel and save 20% on regular room prices or book 21 days prior to travel and save 15% on regular room prices (except Harbour Views and Family Suites), valid 1 Apr – 13 Sep, 19 Sep – 11 Oct, 16 – 18 Oct, 23 – 25 Oct, EARLY BIRD BONUS: Book 30 days prior to travel and save 10% on regular room 30 Oct – 13 Nov, 18 Nov – 22 Dec, 25 – 29 Dec 17, 1 Jan – 31 Mar 18. prices. * The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only. Prices are in Australian Dollars and are per person per night twin share, unless otherwise specified. Please refer to page 4 for an explanation of “From” prices and ask your travel agent for our best price. 19
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