HONG KONG & CHINA
Image Cover: Chinese New Year Image This Page: Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Valid 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2019. Let Qantas Holidays take you to Hong Kong & China 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. As diverse as it is vast, China is a captivating land of ancient history, natural beauty and unique cultures.
Take in the bustling energy of Beijing and Shanghai, walk along the Great Wall of China, meet Giant Pandas in Chengdu and count the statues of the Terracotta Warriors in Xian. Qantas Holidays are experts at creating holidays to suit a wide variety of tastes and budgets. Whatever your needs, you can trust our dedicated travel professionals to organise your dream holiday. Tian Tan Buddha, Lantau Island Chinese New Year Giant Panda
3 Navigating This Brochure 4 Travel Tips 6 Top 10 Things To Do 8 Hong Kong 10 Hong Kong Disneyland 17 Kowloon 18 Hong Kong Island 27 Macau 32 China 34 Beijing 36 Shanghai 39 Xian 42 Regional China 45 Yangtze River Cruising 46 Accommodation Index 50 Booking Conditions 51 Contents
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Properties offering in-room disabled facilities. Properties offering facilities catering for families, which may include kids club, family rooms, child menus, highchairs and cots. A special bonus offer (e.g. sparkling wine) is available if you are celebrating your honeymoon. Details must be provided at the time of booking. Properties featuring the Luxury Collection symbol, in our view, provide an exceptional standard of accommodation, facilities and service. Accommodation Ratings The ratings featured in this brochure will provide a general indication of the standard of accommodation and may alter throughout the year due to a change of circumstance.
These are our views and are not related to any other rating system. We recommend checking with your travel consultant to find the accommodation that best suits your needs and budget.
Comfortable standard of accommodation and facilities ¿¿¿¿ Superior standard of accommodation and facilities ¿¿¿¿¿ Deluxe standard of accommodation and facilities ¯ Denotes additional half rating Pricing Guide Prices in this brochure are based on the lowest available price at the time of print and are a guide only. All prices are subject to availability and subject to change due to factors such as currency fluctuations, taxes or seasonal surcharges. Accommodation ‘From’ prices are per person per night twin share using the lead-in room type in low season based on the length of stay indicated on the individual property listing.
A minimum stay is generally required. Where a price for more than a one night stay is featured, the nights must be taken consecutively.
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- 6 Events & Public Holidays April Ching Ming Festival, Hong Kong
- 5th Grand Prix, Shanghai
- 5th-8th May Labour Day
- 1st Golden Week
- 1st-4th A-Ma Festival, Macau
- 8th June Macau Lotus Flower Festival
- 9th-17th Hong Kong Summer Fun
- TBC Dragon Boat Festival, China
- 16th-18th Tun Ng Festival, Hong Kong & Macau
- 18th Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival
- 22nd-24th July Hong Kong Establishment Day
- 1st August Double Seventh Festival, China
- 17th September Mid-Autumn Festival, China
- 22nd-24th October National Day, China
- 1st Golden Week, China
- 1st-8th Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival
- 25th-28th November Hong Kong Great November Feast
- 1st-30th Macau Grand Prix
- 15th-18th December Hong Kong WinterFest
- TBC February Lantern Festival
- 19th Chinese New Year
- 4th-10th Golden Week, China
- 6th-10th Golden Week China has three Golden Weeks in January/ February, April/May and October. During these times, attractions are at least three times busier than at other peak times, hotels are often booked out, and train and air tickets are in high demand. Electricity Hong Kong & Macau: 220-240V 50Hz. An adapter is required.
China: 220V 50Hz. An adapter is required. Currency Hong Kong: Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) Macau: The Pataca (MOP) Major credit cards are widely accepted and ATMs are widespread throughout Hong Kong and Macau. China: Renminbi (RMB) Yuan (CNY) Chinese currency is difficult to find outside of China, therefore USD or Australian currency is the best currency to take. Notes should be in good condition or they may not be exchanged. Most credit cards are accepted in hotels and major restaurants. Tipping Tipping is discretionary. Most restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau will levy a 10% service charge. Language Hong Kong: Cantonese and English are the official languages, communicating with locals is easy as English is widely spoken.
Macau: Chinese and Portuguese are the official languages, with Cantonese and English being widely spoken. China: Mandarin is the official language in China. There are also numerous dialects spoken throughout different parts of China including Cantonese. English is becoming widely spoken in major cities. How to Get There BY AIR Qantas operates daily direct flights to Hong Kong from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Connecting flights are available from all major Australian cities. Macau is a 55 minute ferry transfer from Kowloon and Hong Kong Island or 45 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport.
See page 32 for details. Qantas operates daily direct flights from Sydney to Beijing and Shanghai in China. Direct codeshare services are available on China Eastern Airlines from Melbourne or Brisbane to Shanghai. In addition, direct codeshare services are available on China Southern Airlines from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth to Guangzhou.
Visas & Passports Australian passport holders must have a valid passport with at least six months’ validity beyond their stay in Hong Kong, Macau and China. Australian passport holders do not require a visa for visits of up to 90 days in Hong Kong and 30 days in Macau. All visitors require a visa when travelling in China which must be obtained before departing Australia. A multiple entry visa is required if you are intending to enter China from Hong Kong. Travel advice is available from the Australian Government at smartraveller.gov.au. Travel Tips Li River, Guilin Weather Guide Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct seasons.
The warmest months are from late May to September and the cool winter months from December to February.
Macau has a tropical climate and the weather is generally hot and humid, the rainy season is from July to September. China has variable weather conditions due to its size. Spring and autumn offer a pleasant climate while May to August in the centre and north can be hot and humid. Potential snowfall can occur in the north from December to March. April to September is generally hot, wet and humid in the south. Temperature average in Hong Kong Macau Southern China Northern China Winter (Dec – Feb) 14ºC to 21ºC 12ºC to 20ºC 11ºC to 19ºC -6ºC to 4ºC Spring (Mar – May) 17ºC to 29ºC 16ºC to 28ºC 19ºC to 26ºC 7ºC to 20ºC Summer (Jun – Aug) 26ºC to 32ºC 26ºC to 32ºC 25ºC to 33ºC 20ºC to 31ºC Autumn (Sep – Nov) 19ºC to 30ºC 18ºC to 30ºC 20ºC to 29ºC 7ºC to 18ºC TBC – Dates for this event were yet to be confirmed at the time of printing.
7 CHINA MONGOLIA VIETNAM CAMBODIA LAOS TAIWAN SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA THAILAND PINGYAO LUOYANG MT HUANG ZHANGJIAJIE MACAU YANGSHUO SHENZHEN GUANGZHOU CHENGDU GUILIN LONGSHENG ZHUJIAJIAO YELLOW SEA SOUTH CHINA SEA EAST CHINA SEA XIAN SHANGHAI HONG KONG Yangtze River BEIJING HAINAN ISLAND XIAHE 1HR 10MIN 1HR HONG KONG ISLAND KOWLOON NEW TERRITORIES SHENZHEN LANTAU ISLAND MACAU TSING YI SHA TIN Po Lin Monastery HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TSIM SHA TSUI Victoria Peak ABERDEEN Repulse Bay Ocean Park Hong Kong Disneyland PENG CHAU CHEUNG CHAU LAMMA ISLAND GUANGZHOU CENTRAL WAN CHAI STANLEY MACAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TAI WANG KAM ISLAND CHINA CHINA HONG KONG AUSTRALIA CHINA INDIA JAPAN MONGOLIA INDONESIA MALAYSIA NEW ZEALAND HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REGIONAL AIRPORT FERRY CROSSING ATTRACTION N 7
- 1Great Wall of China 2A Symphony of Lights 3Hong Kong Disneyland
- ©Disney 4The Peak Tram, Hong Kong Island Top 10 Things To Do 5Tian Tan Buddha, Lantau Island 1. Great Wall of China Walk into history as you take your first step onto the Great Wall of China. This ancient wonder, stretching for thousands of kilometres from the Yellow Sea to the Gobi Desert, is a historical marvel offering magnificent views of the surrounding area. See pages 36, 37. 2. A Symphony of Lights A spectacular nightly multimedia show involving more than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbour. Witness coloured lights, laser beams and searchlights perform in an unforgettable all round spectacle synchronised to music and narration that celebrates the energy and diversity of Hong Kong. See pages 12,14.
3. Hong Kong Disneyland Enter a magical kingdom and explore seven fun filled lands – Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A. Meet your favourite characters and experience Disney Parks’ first Marvel-themed ride, the ‘Iron Man Experience’. See pages 12,17. 4. The Peak Ride the Peak Tram to the highest point on Hong Kong Island for a uniquely spectacular perspective of the city. It’s the quickest and most scenic way to arrive at The Peak. See pages 12 to14.
5. Tian Tan Buddha & Po Lin Monastery Climb the 268 steps to the Tian Tan Buddha, also known as the Big Buddha.
Located on Lantau Island, the bronze statue is 34 metres high and cost HK$60m. Opposite, you’ll find Po Lin Monastery, one of Hong Kong’s most important Buddhist sanctums. See page 15. Top 10 Things To Do 8
8Yangtze River 7St.Paul’s Ruins, Macau 10Army of Terracotta Warriors, Xian 9Forbidden City, Beijing 6. Street Markets Hong Kong and China are famous for their vibrant street markets. For inexpensive clothing and accessories, head to Hong Kong Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street or the Temple Street Night Market. In Shanghai, you’ll find beautiful silk fabric at the South Bund Fabric Market. Or try local delicacies at Wangfujing Food Street in Beijing. See pages 14, 15, 39, 40. 7. The Ruins of St Paul’s, Macau The most treasured icon in Macau, the towering facade and the grand stone stairway are all that remain of this early 17th century church.
The site forms part of the ‘Historic Centre of Macau’ which is UNESCO World Heritage listed. See page 15.
8. Yangtze River Take a cruise on the mighty Yangtze, the longest river in Asia and third longest in the world. Admire the dramatic landscapes, sheer cliff faces and stunning scenery as you cruise through meandering gorges. Marvel at the scale of the Three Gorges Dam Project which significantly increased the water levels within the area. See pages 47 to 49. 9. Forbidden City, Beijing Delve into Beijing’s imperial past as you explore the incredible Forbidden City, showcasing China’s largest and best preserved ancient buildings. See pages 36, 37.
10. Army of Terracotta Warriors Xian is home to the Army of Terracotta Warriors.
Considered one of the most important archaeological finds of the last century, the lifesized statues were unearthed in 1974. Take time to spot the differences between each of the 8,000 intricately-carved unique statues. See pages 42, 43. 6Street Markets 9
HONG KONG Hong Kong 10 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.
The Peak Hong Kong Hong Kong is a story in three parts: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories. Together, they’re a combination of modern skyscrapers and ancient temples, vibrant markets, beaches, mountains and deserted islands. Then there is the shopping; designer fashion, electrical goods and charming local souvenirs. It is also renowned as a gourmet’s paradise, with an abundance of exceptional cafés and restaurants. Originally a small fishing community and a haven for travellers and pirates, Hong Kong was used by the British as a naval base during the Opium Wars with China.
It remained a British colony from 1842 until sovereignty was transferred to the People’s Republic of China in 1997. Kowloon Kowloon is a bustling mixture of shops, fantastic bars, pubs, restaurants and markets. It is connected to Hong Kong Island by three tunnels and the MTR, but a trip across Victoria Harbour on a Star Ferry is the ideal way to commute between the two.
Be tempted by the Temple Street Night Markets and wander along Nathan Road for its vast range of shopping. Take a stroll through the tranquil Nan Lian Garden. Lantau Island Hong Kong’s largest island, Lantau Island is well known for its unspoilt countryside, lush green valleys and the Giant Buddha. Take a tour of the famous Po Lin Monastery before climbing the 268 steps to view the seated outdoor bronze Buddha. Hong Kong Island Home to the original settlement of the Hong Kong territory, Victoria, Hong Kong Island is the city’s financial and business hub. Home to charming colonial buildings and modern skyscrapers, the island has a plethora of restaurants, bars and shops.
Visit the SoHo district for upscale boutiques, bars and a wide variety of restaurants. Travel on the tram car to Victoria Peak, pick-up some souvenirs or artworks and fashion at Stanley Market or dine at one of the famous floating restaurants on Aberdeen Harbour. Every night the skyline dazzles with A Symphony of Lights neon light show synchronised to music. Victoria Harbour Tian Tan Buddha, Lantau Island Ladies’ Market, Mong Kok
HONG KONG Hong Kong 11 Victoria Park M4 Space Museum Avenue of Stars Star Ferry Piers Kowloon Park Star Ferry Pier Ocean Terminal JORDAN RD NAT HAN RD HENNESSEY RD GLOUCESTER RD TTO N TREE DR AT H AM RD MODY RD CR OS S HA RB OU R TU NN EL CAMERON RD SALISBURY RD M3 Macau CENTRAL WAN CHAI MID LEVELS SOHO Man Mo Temple Hong Kong Park SHEUNG WAN LAN KWAI FONG King’s Park M2 M1 M11 Star Ferry Pier Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre The Hong Kong Observation Wheel The Peak Tram TSIM SHA TSUI JORDAN KOWLOON HONG KONG ISLAND YAU MA TEI MONG KOK CAUSEWAY BAY NORTH POINT KO WL OO N CO RR IDO R Botanical Gardens HARBOUR RD M5 M8 M6 M7 M9 ADMIRALTY Discovery Bay Lamma Island Cheung Chau Lantau Island M15 HOLLYW OOD RD OLYMPIC M10 ARGYLE ST JOHNSTON RD CONNAUGHT RD CENTRAL KNIGHT ST M16 M12 Ladies’ Market Temple Street Night Market Victoria Harbour AIRPORT 31.5KM HONG KONG DISNEYLAND 18.5KM Macau VICTORIA PEAK 7KM KOWLOON CITY RD Kai Tak Cruise Terminal 32 27 38 40 43 42 41 31 36 35 2 1 3 19 22 4 17 16 25 14 26 21 8 15 11 6 23 9 20 18 13 37 39 28 24 7 12 5 10 33 300m 240m 30 29 34 200m 700m 1HR 15MIN 16MIN 30MIN 1HR 1HR 25MIN 1HR .
- HOTELS PAGE KOWLOON & SURROUNDS 1 The Cityview ¯ 18 2
- Cordis, Hong Kong ◆ 23 3 Eaton, Hong Kong ◆ 19 4 Gateway Hotel ¯ 23 5 Harbour Grand Kowloon ◆ 23 6 Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees ◆ 19 7 Harbour Plaza Metropolis ◆ 20 8 Holiday Inn Golden Mile ◆ 20 9 Hotel Panorama by Rhombus ◆ 20 10
- Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui ◆ 24 11
- InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong ◆ 24 12 Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong ◆ 24 13 The Kimberley Hotel ¯ 19 14 The Kowloon Hotel ◆ 21 15 Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong ◆ 25 16 The Langham, Hong Kong ◆ 25 17 Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel ¯ 22 18 The Mira Hong Kong ◆ 25 FIND YOUR ACCOMMODATION .
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- Novotel Hong Kong Nathan Road Kowloon ◆ 21 20 Park Hotel Hong Kong ◆ 21 21 The Peninsula Hong Kong ◆ 26 22 Prince Hotel ◆ 21 23 Regal Kowloon Hotel ◆ 22 24 Royal Plaza Hotel ◆ 26 25 The Salisbury – YMCA of Hong Kong ◆ 22 26 Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers ◆ 26 HONG KONG ISLAND 27 Best Western Plus Hotel Hong Kong ¯ 27 28 City Garden Hotel ¯ 28 29 Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong ¯ 28 30 Dorsett Wanchai, Hong Kong ◆ 28 31 The Excelsior Hong Kong ◆ 29 32 Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong ◆ 30 33 Harbour Grand Hong Kong ◆ 31 34 Harbour Plaza North Point ◆ 29 35 The Harbourview ◆◆◆ 27 36 Island Shangri-la, Hong Kong ◆ 31 37 L’hotel Causeway Bay Harbour View ◆ 29 .
HOTELS PAGE 38 Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong ◆ 31 39 Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay ◆ 29 40 The Murray Hong Kong ◆ 31 41 Novotel Century Hong Kong ◆ 30 42 Renaissance Harbour View Hotel ¯ 30 43 The Wharney Guang Dong Hotel ¯ 28 LANTAU ISLAND 44 Disney Explorers Lodge ¯ 17 45 Disney’s Hollywood Hotel ¯ 17 46 Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel ◆ 17 47 Regal Airport Hotel, Hong Kong ¯ 18 TSING YI Po Lin Monastery HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Hong Kong Disneyland PENG CHAU CHEUNG CHAU LAMMA ISLAND 47 46 44 45 HONG KONG LANTAU ISLAND Wong Tai Sin Temple ATTRACTION MTR TRAIN NETWORK FERRY
- *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 City Breaks 12 HONG KONG FAMILY FUN 5 Nights From $3735* per family
- (HKG) *From price based on 2 adults and 2 children 3 to 11 years on a 5 night package and checking in on a Fri night, valid 4 May – 14 Jun, 16 Jun – 5 Jul, 24 – 30 Aug 18, 22 – 28 Feb 19. Note: ^Valid for visit on any 2 days within any 7 day period, except Designated Days.
- Day 1: Hong Kong Arrive in Hong Kong and be transferred to your hotel. Day 2: Hong Kong Spend the morning exploring Hong Kong Island and see the main attractions. Day 3: Hong Kong Disneyland Transfer to Disney Explorers Lodge. Days 4-5: Hong Kong Disneyland Spend two days checking out the rides, attractions and shows. With seven themed lands and “Disney Paint the Night” Parade every night. Disneyland is every child’s dream. Day 6: Hong Kong Transfer to Hong Kong International Airport for your flight.
- 2 nights accommodation in a Family Room at Eaton, Hong Kong with breakfast
- 3 nights accommodation in a Standard Room at Disney Explorers Lodge
- 3 day World of Colour Breakfast
- Hong Kong Island half day tour
- General Admission 2-Day Ticket to Hong Kong Disneyland^
- One way private transfer from Hong Kong Airport to Hong Kong accommodation
- One way private transfer from Hong Kong accommodation to Disney hotel
- One way private transfer from Disney hotel to Hong Kong International Airport HONG KONG EXPERIENCE 4 Nights From $675* per person
- (HKG) *From price based on 4 nights at Harbour Plaza North Point in a Superior City View Room, valid 1 – 4 Apr, 30 Apr – 18 Jul, 22 Jul – 15 Aug, 19 Aug – 11 Sep, 17 – 30 Sep, 7 –11 Oct, 18 – 28 Nov 18, 2 Jan – 4 Feb, 10 Feb – 5 Mar, 10 – 27 Mar 19. Day 1: Hong Kong Arrive in Hong Kong and be transferred to your hotel. Day 2: Hong Kong Take a tour of Hong Kong Island. Ride the tram up to The Peak for panoramic views of the city. Day 3: Hong Kong Today is at leisure to explore Hong Kong. This evening take a bus ride along Nathan Road before heading to the Promenade to watch the Symphony of Lights. Day 4: Hong Kong Explore Hong Kong at leisure. Day 5: Hong Kong Transfer to Hong Kong International Airport for your flight.
- SUGGESTED HOTELS Standard – Harbour Plaza North Point Superior – Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel Deluxe – The Langham, Hong Kong
- 4 nights accommodation in Hong Kong
- Full breakfast daily
- Hong Kong Island half day tour
- The Lights of Hong Kong night tour
- Return airport transfers CITY BREAKS CITY BREAKS EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOU CITY BREAKS CITY BREAKS EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOU ©Disney ©Disney/Pixar ©Poof-Slinky, Inc.
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 Transfers & Sightseeing 13 Plaza Premium Lounges Plaza Premium Lounges are conveniently positioned in three locations at Hong Kong International Airport, with two lounges in Terminal 1 Departure Hall and one in Terminal 2 Arrivals Hall. The lounges provide convenience, comfort and value to all travellers regardless of their choice of airline or class of travel. The lounges offer first class facilities including comfortable seating, private resting areas and a great range of food and beverages.
Try the signature Hong Kong-style Fish Ball Noodles with the home-made XO sauce!
In addition, the lounges also offer flight information, TV channels, complimentary Wi-Fi, charging stations, shower rooms, massage services and a choice of newspapers and magazines. Operator: Plaza Premium Lounge Open: 24 hours daily Note: Prices for 12 hour use also available. PRICE: ADULT/CHILD 3 hours use $97 6 hours use $128 Coach Airport Transfers Tour East Hong Kong offers a seat-in-coach service from Hong Kong International Airport to Kowloon accommodation or Hong Kong Island. Enjoy professional and courteous service, seven days a week.
Included porterage is one piece of standard size luggage and one piece of hand carry luggage per person.
Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Note: Price based on per person from Hong Kong International Airport, one way, 7am – 10:30pm arrivals/departures. PRICE: ADULT CHILD 2-11 YRS Kowloon $41 $37 Hong Kong Island $41 $37 Private Airport Transfers Get your holiday off to a great start with a private car transfer. Transfers are available from Hong Kong International Airport to Kowloon or Hong Kong Island accommodation, 7 days a week. Sit back, relax and enjoy the passing scenery as you are transferred in air-conditioned comfort.
Travel distance from Hong Kong International Airport is approximately 34 kilometres to Kowloon and approximately 38 kilometres to Hong Kong Island. Porterage includes one piece of standard size luggage and one piece of hand carry luggage per person. Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Note: Price from Hong Kong International Airport, per vehicle, one way to Kowloon or Hong Kong Island accommodation. Maximum 2 passengers per car. PRICE: PRIVATE CAR 1-2 PASSENGERS Kowloon $166 Hong Kong Island $180 Hong Kong City Pack Ideal for a stopover, this Hong Kong city pack can be combined with your choice of accommodation for a great saving on your tour and transfers.
Upon arrival to Hong Kong International Airport be transferred to your hotel with Tour East Hong Kong. Enjoy a half day tour as you visit the many attractions Hong Kong has to offer. Take in the panoramic views of Victoria Harbour, Kowloon and the surrounding islands. Visit the fishing village of Aberdeen and shop for silk garments, jewellery, art and souvenirs at the Stanley Market. Travel by one of the world’s oldest funicular railways, the Peak Tram, as it rises 396 metres above sea level. Once you arrive at the Peak, experience stunning 360 degree views of Victoria Harbour and the nearby areas.Includes:
- Hong Kong Island half day tour
- One way Peak Tram ride
- Return coach transfers from Hong Kong International Airport to Hong Kong accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Note: Coach transfers not valid for flights arriving after 9pm or departing prior to 10am. PRICE: Adult $116 Child 2-11 years $108
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 Sightseeing 14 Kowloon Food Safari Become an expert in Cantonese cuisine with this Hong Kong food tour that explores Kowloon’s most authentic restaurants, markets and food stalls. Sit side-by-side with the locals and experience the city’s inexpensive, no nonsense, delicious culinary scene. From sweet or savoury, small or large, the choice of dishes is yours.Includes:
- Four hand-picked eateries
- Local English speaking guide
- Maximum 12 guests Operator: Urban Adventures Duration: 4 hours Departs: Wed, Thu from Yau Ma Tei MTR station at 6pm Note: Price does not include the cost of food. Tour does not operate 17 Jul – 16 Aug, 24 – 26 Dec, 31 Dec 18. PRICE: Adult $78 Child 6-11 years $51
- A Symphony of Lights Cruise Join an evening cruise around Victoria Harbour. Enjoy a glass of wine and an uninterrupted view of the ‘A Symphony of Lights’ show from a traditional Chinese-style tour boat as the harbour front buildings come to life during the dazzling light display.
- 90 minute cruise on Chinese-style tour boat
- A Symphony of Lights laser show
- Unlimited drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks) Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes Departs: Daily from Hong Kong Pier No. 9, Central at 7:30pm Kowloon Public Pier No. 3 at 7:45pm Note: Tour does not operate 1 Oct, 24 Dec, 31 Dec 18, 1 Jan, 4 – 8 Feb 19. PRICE: Adult $72 Child 2-12 years $53
- Dim Sum Cooking Classes Dim sum means ‘touch your heart’, and this Cantonese-style snack is certainly a favourite. Enjoy a hands-on experience with a chef and a variety of ingredients to create your own version of these tiny dishes. After you’ve worked up an appetite in the kitchen, enjoy a delicious Chinese afternoon tea and take home a recipe.
- 1 hour dim sum class
- 3 dishes for hands-on practice
- Recipe to take home
- Chinese afternoon tea Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 2 hours Departs: Tue, Thu from Tsim Sha Tsui at 1:45pm Note: Transfers are not included. Minimum 4 adults. PRICE: Adult/Child $105
- Hong Kong Island Tour Taking in many of the main attractions on Hong Kong Island, including spectacular views from Victoria Peak, this half day tour is the perfect introduction to Hong Kong. Enjoy riding in a traditional sampan and shop for souvenirs at Stanley Market. Experience the history and culture of this vibrant and ever-changing city.
- Jewellery factory
- Repulse Bay
- Stanley Market
- Victoria Peak including a ride on The Peak Tram
- Buy one, get one free on pre-booked Hong Kong Island tours
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 5 hours Departs:
- Daily from selected downtown accommodation at 8am PRICE: Adult $52 Child 2-11 years $48
- Ocean Park Tour Ocean Park is much more than just an oceanarium. Located on the south side of Hong Kong Island, it covers an area of over 870,000 square metres of land. Choose how you wish to spend the day! Catch a show at Marine World, see the incredible and beautiful Giant pandas at Amazing Asian Animals, or take the kids on an exciting ride at Whiskers Harbour. Includes:
- Aqua City – housing the Grand Aquarium
- Whiskers Harbour
- Marine World
- Rainforest and Adventure Land
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily from selected downtown accommodation at 8am Note: There are limited seats available on 24 Dec, 31 Dec 18, 1 Jan, 4 – 7 Feb 19.
- PRICE: Adult $109 Child 3-11 years $83
- Kowloon & New Territories Tour Venture to the New Territories and parts of Kowloon to discover a different side of Hong Kong, one which is rich in history and culture. Visit one of the remaining walled villages, Tsang Tai Uk and enjoy the tranquillity of Nan Lian Garden. Spend time exploring both the Bird and Flower markets in Kowloon. Includes:
- Tsang Tai Uk
- Chi Lin Nunnery
- Nan Lian Garden
- Bird and Flower Markets
- Milk tea and egg tart
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 5 hours Departs: Tue, Sat from selected downtown accommodation at 8:15am Note: Tour does not operate 4 – 7 Feb 19. PRICE: Adult $140 Child 2-11 years $125
- Local ferry to Mui Wo
- Ngong Ping 360 cable car ride to Tung Chung
- Traditional vegetarian lunch
- Air-conditioned coach
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 8am Note: Tour does not operate 4 – 8 Feb 19. PRICE: Adult $203 Child 3-11 years $165
- Guangzhou Excursion This fabulous full day excursion offers a taste of China. Take a city tour of Guangzhou, see the Giant pandas and be inspired by the spectacular archaeological display of the Terracotta Warriors. Includes:
- Catamaran transfer to the port of Shekou
- Terracotta Warrior Exhibition
- City tour of Guangzhou
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 14 hours Departs: Mon to Fri from Hong Kong at 7am Note: Passport is required. Compulsory Group China visa is included. Tour does not operate 4 – 7 Feb 19. Minimum 6 adults.
- PRICE: Adult $309 Child 0-9 years $281
- Shenzhen Lifestyle Tour Take in the stunning views as you travel by train through Hong Kong’s New Territories, crossing the China border into Shenzhen, one of the fastest growing cities in the world. Observe the locals practising Tai Chi at Lichi Park and shop for souvenirs at the sprawling Lo Wu mall. Take in the great views from observatory deck of Shun Hing Square. Includes:
- Return train to Shenzhen
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 12 hours Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 6:45am Note: Passport is required. Compulsory Group China visa is included. Tour does not operate 4 – 7 Feb 19. Minimum 4 adults.
- PRICE: Adult $172 Child 0-8 years $148
- Macau Full Day Tour Experience the glamour and history of Macau on this exciting full day tour. Take in incredible views from Macau Tower, and worship the sea-goddess Mazu at A-Ma Temple. Stroll through beautiful Senado Square and try your luck at one of the many casinos. Includes:
- Return catamaran transfers to Macau
- Statue of ‘Kun Lam’ – the Goddess of Mercy
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 11 hours Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 7:30am Note: Passport is required. Macau visa (if required) is excluded. Visitors wearing shorts are not allowed to enter the casino. PRICE: Adult $191 Child 0-8 years $184
- City & Harbour by Night with Dinner at Bubba Gump Be captivated by the incredible sights of Hong Kong at night on this memorable tour. Venture to the top of Victoria Peak for a sumptuous dinner overlooking Hong Kong. Stroll through the lively Temple Street night market and shop for souvenirs and jewellery. Includes:
- Evening cruise of Victoria Harbour
- Unlimited drinks on Chinese-style tour boat
- Dinner at Bubba Gump Restaurant
- Free time at Temple Street Market
- Return transfers from selected accommodation Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 5 hours Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 5pm Note: Tour does not operate 1 Oct, 24 Dec, 31 Dec 18, 1 Jan, 4 – 8 Feb 19. Minimum 4 adults.
- PRICE: Adult $186 Child 2-11 years $170
- Harbour Lights, Lei Yue Mun Seafood Dinner Cruise View the harbour lights as you cruise to Lei Yue Mun Seafood village, situated at Hong Kong’s Eastern Harbour. This picturesque village is widely known as a seafood paradise. Enjoy a delicious set Chinese dinner before cruising back to Kowloon. Includes:
- Set Chinese dinner at a Lei Yue Mun restaurant
- Unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks on the cruise boat Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Duration: 3 hours Departs: Daily from Hong Kong Pier No. 9, Central at 6pm Kowloon Public Pier No. 3 at 6:15pm Note: Transfers not included. Tour does not operate 1 Oct, 24 Dec, 31 Dec 18, 1 Jan, 4 – 8 Feb 19. Minimum 4 adults. PRICE: Adult $141 Child 2-12 years $128
- 3 nights accommodation
- 3 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 2 dinners
- One way train journey from Hong Kong to Guangzhou
- One way flight from Guangzhou to Guilin
- One way flight from Guilin to Hong Kong Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Departs: Tue, Sat from Hong Kong at 6:30am Returns: Hong Kong at 3pm Note: Chinese visa not included, visa is required prior to departure from country of origin. Tour does not operate 15 Apr – 10 May, 15 Oct – 10 Nov 18. Minimum 2 adults. PRICE: Adult $2177 Child 2-11 years $1780 GUANGZHOU SHENZHEN 1 NIGHT 1 NIGHT HONG KONG 3 Day Shenzhen & Guangzhou Travel by rail to Shenzhen where you will visit the Dafen Oil Painting Village. See the fascinating Terracotta Warriors and Horses and enjoy time at the China Folk Culture Village and Splendid China theme parks. On arrival into Guangzhou, journey to the ancient Chen Family Ancestral Temple and shop at the famous Ching Ping Market. Visit the Shamian Island and explore the legendary rocks and caves at Lotus Mountain.
- 2 nights accommodation
- 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
- One way first class train journey from Hong Kong to Shenzhen
- One way train journey from Shenzhen to Guangzhou and Guangzhou to Hong Kong Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Departs: Wed, Fri from Hong Kong at 6:30am Returns: Hong Kong at 3pm Note: Chinese visa not included, visa is required prior to departure from country of origin. Price valid for Fri – Sun departures. Minimum 2 adults. PRICE: Adult/Child $923 SHENZHEN 1 NIGHT HONG KONG 2 Day Shenzhen Cross the Chinese border by train into the city of Shenzhen. On arrival, visit Lichi Park and see the locals gather for morning exercise. Take in the panoramic views from the Meridien View Centre, one of the tallest buildings in Shenzhen, before picking up some souvenirs at Lo Wu Shopping Centre. Visit the Chinese arts and crafts centre and enjoy lunch at a local dim sum Chinese restaurant.
- 1 night accommodation
- Admission to Meridien View Centre Observation Deck
- 1 breakfast, 1 lunch
- One way first class train journey from Hong Kong to Shenzhen
- One way coach journey from Shenzhen accommodation to Hong Kong Operator: Tour East Hong Kong Departs: Daily from Hong Kong at 6:30am Returns: Hong Kong at 3pm Note: Chinese visa not included, visa is required prior to departure from country of origin. Price valid for Fri – Sun departures. Minimum 2 adults.
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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 for general reference only. ©Disney ©MARVEL 2017 ©Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd ™ Lucasflim Ltd.
- HONG KONG Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 17 Disney’s Hollywood Hotel ¿¿¿¿¯ From price based on 1 night in a Standard Room, valid Sun to Thu, 27 May – 14 Jun, 7 Oct – 29 Nov 18, 17 – 21 Feb 19. From $223* per person per night Lantau Island (HKG)
- MAP PAGE 11 REF. 45 Fun for the whole family can be found at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel. Enjoy spacious rooms in this Hollywood-themed hotel which offers great value and all rooms feature flat screen LED televisions. Take photos with classic cars, stroll through the gardens or relax by the swimming pool. Little guests can sit in miniature cars to enjoy the “Disney Movie Premiere~”, just like an American drive-in theatre. Property Features: Pool, Restaurants (2), Bar, Waterslide, Gift shop, Child minding/babysitting, Non smoking, 24 hour reception, Courtesy shuttle to Park. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Hair dryer, Safe.
- Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Max Capacity: Sea View/Premium/Deluxe/Standard – 4. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 24km, Airport 18km. BONUS: FREE Night Offer: Stay 3 nights, pay for 2, valid 1 Apr – 22 Dec 18, 3 Jan – 4 Feb, 10 Feb – 31 Mar 19. Disney Explorers Lodge ¿¿¿¿¯ From price based on 1 night in a Standard Room,valid Sun toThu,6 – 24 May,2 – 20 Sep 18,6 – 17 Jan,3 – 28 Mar 19. From $223* per person per night Lantau Island (HKG)
- MAP PAGE 11 REF. 44 Take a break from your exciting adventures and join fellow explorers in this respite surrounded by the wonders of nature and diverse cultures. Be awed by the exotic accommodations with rooms furnished according to the four unique tropical climates of Asia, Oceania, South America and Africa. In Explorer’s Poolside Adventure~, a Disney Friend is ready to enjoy the fun with guests at an afternoon poolside party.
- Property Features: Pool, Waterslide, Restaurants (2), Café, 24 hour room service, Gift shop, Non smoking, 24 hour reception, Courtesy shuttle to Park. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Hair dryer, Safe, USB charger. Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Max Capacity: Sea View/Premium/Deluxe/Standard – 4. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 24km, Airport 18km. BONUS: FREE Night Offer: Stay 3 nights, pay for 2, valid 1 Apr – 22 Dec 18, 3 Jan – 4 Feb, 10 Feb – 31 Mar 19. Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel ¿¿¿¿¿ From price based on 1 night in a Standard Room,valid Sun toThu,2 – 20 Sep 18, 6 – 17 Jan,24 Feb – 28 Mar 19. From $268* per person per night Lantau Island (HKG)
- MAP PAGE 11 REF. 46 Surround yourself with Victorian elegance and enjoy unparalleled service and child-friendly facilities. Rest easy in the spacious and elegant rooms that feature flat screen LED televisions. Lounge by the pool or explore the Mickey Maze. Fun activities include ‘Tai Chi with Master Goofy’^ in the morning and ‘Disney's Story Time’^ for kids in the evening. Property Features: Pool, Restaurants (2), Bar, Café, 24 hour room service, Gift shop, Fitness centre, Child minding/babysitting, Non smoking, 24 hour reception, Courtesy shuttle to Park. Room Features: Air-conditioning, Tea/coffee making facilities, Hair dryer, Safe.
Children: 0 to 11 years – prices on application. Max Capacity: Kingdom Club/Sea View/Deluxe/ Standard – 4. Distances: Tsim Sha Tsui 24km, Airport 18km. BONUS: FREE Night Offer: Stay 3 nights, pay for 2, valid 1 Apr – 22 Dec 18, 3 Jan – 4 Feb, 10 Feb – 31 Mar 19. 1-Day Ticket & 2-Day Ticket With all of the exciting new attractions now available at Hong Kong Disneyland, extend your stay and enjoy the Park across two days. Operator: Hong Kong Disneyland Note: ^Except designated days (during Chinese New Year holidays). 2-Day Ticket is valid for visits on any 2 days within any 7 day period, except Designated Days.
The first visit must be on or before the last day of the validity period printed on the 2-Day Ticket, and the second visit with the same 2-Day Ticket must be made within 7 days of the first visit. Hong Kong Disneyland Hong Kong Disneyland is home to Mickey Mouse and his friends, adrenaline pumping rides, spectacular Broadway-style shows, and seven fun-filled themed lands. Grab a sweet treat as you shop for souvenirs at Main Street, U.S.A. or take an exciting Jungle River Cruise in Adventureland. In Tomorrowland, experience Asia’s first-of-its-kind “Star Wars: Tomorrowland Takeover” with Hyperspace Mountain and Disney Parks’ First Marvel Themed Ride, Iron Man Experience.
Mystic Point is a recent addition for those that love the mysterious and magical. Ride the Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars in Grizzly Gulch, or say hello to Woody and Jessie in Toy Story Land. For the classic Disneyland experience, take a spin on the Mad Hatter Tea Cups and take a journey through this whimsical garden featuring classic Disney Fairytales as living storybooks in Fantasyland. The Park is filled with colourful seasonal events throughout the year, from Springtime Carnival to Halloween or Christmas. No matter what your favourite Disney stories are, you can always feel the magic here! Complete your holiday with a stay at a Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Hotel.
All hotel guests can join any of the recreational activities at the three themed hotels, enjoy a hassle-free designated park entrance, and also receive a Priority Admission Pass for designated attractions and seat reservations for stage shows~ in the Park.
PRICE: 1-DAY TICKET^ 2-DAY TICKET^ Adult $130 $165 Child 3-11 years $96 $122