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Are you planning your next round-the-world trip in Hong Kong? There's something truly special about venturing to another country, and Hong Kong is the perfect place to explore the unknown. Skip the hassle of booking offline and check out our wide range of event packages. APJ Visits and Ventures offers travel packages for short and long term trips to . Choose a 5-night package for a satisfying Hong Kong experience. Whether you're travel...

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4 Nights 5 Days

4N Hong Kong

  • Highlight
  • Meals
  • Transfer
  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing

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  • Delhi to Hong Kong By Flight
  • Hong Kong to Delhi By Flight
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Destination Nights Standard Deluxe Premium

Luxury

Hong Kong 4 Night Regal Oriental Hotel Or Similar Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees Or Similar Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong, an IHG Hotel Or Similar Harbour Grand Kowloon Or Similar

 

Sightseeing ×
  • Hong Kong City Tour
  • Victoria Peak by 1 Way Peak tram
  • Old Clock Tower
  • Victoria Harbour
  • Ocean Park
  • Lantau island tour
  • Disney land tour
6 Nights 7 Days

4N Hong Kong - 2N Macau

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  • Meals
  • Transfer
  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing

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Per person on twin sharing
Hightlight ×
Meals ×
  • Breakfast Only
Transfer ×
  • Delhi to Hong Kong By Flight
  • Hong Kong to Delhi By Flight
Hotel ×
Destination Nights Standard Deluxe Premium Luxury
Hong Kong 4 Night Regal Oriental Hotel Or Similar Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees Or Similar Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong, an IHG Hotel Or Similar Harbour Grand Kowloon Or Similar
Macau 2 Night Hotel Metropole Or Similar Grand Harbour Hotel Or Similar Sheraton Grand Macao Or Similar
 
The Venetian Macao Or Similar

 

Sightseeing ×
  • Hong Kong City Tour
  • Victoria Peak by 1 Way Peak tram
  • Old Clock Tower
  • Victoria Harbour
  • Ocean Park
  • Lantau island tour
  • Disney land tour
  • Macau City Tour
  • Ama Temple, Ruins Of St Paul Church, Natcha Temple,
  • Old City Walls, Senado Square, Photo Stop At Macau Tower & Kun Lam Statue

China FAQs:

  1. What is the capital of China?

    The capital of China is Beijing.
  2. What is the population of China?

    As of the latest data, China has the largest population in the world, with over 1.4 billion people.
  3. What is the official language of China?

    Mandarin Chinese is the official language of China.
  4. What is the currency of China?

    The currency of China is the Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY).
  5. What are some popular tourist attractions in China?

    Some popular tourist attractions in China include the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City in Beijing, the Terracotta Army in Xi'an, the Yangtze River, and the modern skyline of Shanghai.
  6. What is the climate like in China?

    China's climate varies greatly due to its vast size and geographical diversity. Generally, China experiences a wide range of climates, including temperate, subtropical, and tropical climates.
  7. What are some traditional Chinese dishes?

    Traditional Chinese dishes include Peking duck, Kung Pao chicken, dumplings (Jiaozi), Mapo tofu, and various types of noodles and soups.
  8. Is Hong Kong a part of China?

    Yes, Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China, but it operates under the principle of "one country, two systems," which allows it to maintain a separate legal and economic system from mainland China.
  9. What is the official language of Hong Kong?

    The official languages of Hong Kong are Chinese (Cantonese) and English.
  10. What currency is used in Hong Kong?

    The currency used in Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Dollar (HKD).
  11. What are some popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong?

    Popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong include Victoria Peak, Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park Hong Kong, Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha), and the bustling street markets like Temple Street Night Market and Ladies' Market.
  12. What is the climate like in Hong Kong?

    Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with hot and humid summers and mild winters. Typhoons are common during the summer months.
  13. Is a visa required to visit Hong Kong?

    It depends on your nationality. Many nationalities are granted visa-free entry to Hong Kong for short stays, while others may require a visa. It's best to check with the relevant authorities or consult the Hong Kong Immigration Department's website for the latest visa requirements.

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