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Suggested Hong Kong Itinerary

I am satisfied with the preparation I've made for my Hong Kong trip.
I would like to share especially to those budget travellers. ;)

Suggested itinerary:

At the Airport upon arrival
1. Grab Hong Kong Maps
2. Buy Octopus card HKD150 (Cityflyer airbus) Or Tourist Card HKD300 (airport express)
3. From Airport, turn right to the Bus Terminal to catch A21 (HKD33) bus to TST.

Day 1
Harbour City Shopping
Symphony of Lights - Harbourfront Show, 8pm
Shopping at Granville/Cameron Road

Day 2
Hongkong Disneyland - Take MTR from TST to Disney Resortline.
Remember to grab MTR guide from the counter.

Disney On Parade (3.30pm)
Fireworks (8pm)

I did not go to Citygate outlets since I prefer to maximize my visit at Disneyland.

Day 3
Shopping around Central - Get on to the Ferry.
Only HKD1.70 for lower deck and HKD2.20 for upper deck.
Pacific Place (Admiralty), Times Square/Langham Place (Causeway Bay), The Landmark/IFC (Central)
Feel the Ting ting only HKD2

Day 4
I went to Evangelical Community Church, YMCA.
Shopping around Mong kok
The Peak (Bus 15 from Exchange Square bus terminus (MTR Hong Kong Station Exit D) to the Peak.)
Madame Tussaud (HKD130) at The Peak
Drop by at Lan Kwai Fong/SoHo

Macau - Ferry from TST First Ferry Terminal HKD133 + HKD140
Senado Square, Ruins of St Paul (Bus 3)
Venetian City - Take the shuttle
Fisherman's Wharf - Before leaving from the ferry terminal

Day 6
Ocean Park
To get there: Take the 629 Citybus near the Star Ferry Pier (9.35am) in Central or the buses near Admiralty MTR Exit B (9am).

Day 7
Shopping at the Airport. :)


myjuek said…
wow!!! u actually go church during your holiday??
meiyi said…
yups! as always....
Ooi Beng Hooi said…
Victoria peak a place not to miss!

Go there in the late afternoon to enjoy the panoramic day view, sunset view and night view...
meiyi said…
sigh.. it's winter, thus, what i see was fog and clouds.

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