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TOP 10 Things to do in HONG KONG | Travel Guide

In this video you’ll see the top 10 things to see in Hong Kong, based on our experience:

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0:20 1. Yick Fat Building
0:37 2. Victoria Peak
1:24 3. Hong Kong Park
1:48 4. Wong Tai Sin Temple
2:15 5. Tian Tan Buddha or Big Buddha
3:14 6. Fishing village Tai O
3:42 7. Kowloon Walled City Park
4:25 8. Noonday Gun
5:10 9. Symphony of Lights
5:34 10. Bruce Lee Statue
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6:30 BONUS 2: Macau

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Hong Kong – the city that truly has everything! Dramatic cityscapes, tranquil temples and endless shopping await you here. Follow our journey through the city and even plan one of your own.

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#HongKong is one of the most densely populated places in China and in the world. You’ll find quiet neighborhoods full of temples and a dazzling skyline loaded with shopping and dining opportunities.

Your #vacation must include visits to the many religious sites scattered around the city. You’ll have a marvelous time shopping in tax-free Hong Kong, where you’ll be able to find clothing, jewelery, furniture, and everything else under the sun.

Visit Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade which overlooks the stunning Victoria Harbor. Explore Central, the city’s main business district. The observation deck atop the International Commerce Centre will show you fantastic views of the city.

Hong Kong isn’t all cityscape, of course; there are many green spaces for you to relax. You’ll also find beaches, national parks, and quiet islands for you to indulge in natural beauty and serenity.

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0:00 - Hong Kong
1:12 - Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery
1:28 - Temples Street and Ladies Street
1:44 - Tsim Sha Tsui
2:00 - Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre
2:13 - Central
2:30 - Victoria Peak
2:34 - Madam Tussauds
2:42 - Observation Deck
3:02 - Lugard Road
3:15 - Victoria Garden, Hong Kong Garden and Po Lin Street Bird Garden
3:26 - Kowloon’s Walled City Park
4:01 - Shek O
4:09 - Lamma Island
4:19 - Lantau
4:25 - Ngong Ping
4:40 - Wisdom Path
4:54 - Tai O
5:15 - Lan Kwai Fong
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10 Things NOT to Do in Hong Kong

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There are plenty of websites out there telling you what to see and do in Hong Kong. However, to experience the city at its fullest, you’ll also need to know what to avoid. Here’s a list of things NOT to do in Hong Kong.


1. Don’t Spit
Spitting is just not considered rude in China. Some believe it helps ward off evil spirits. However, cross over to Hong Kong and it is prohibited to spit in public. In fact, you can be fined up to HK$5,000 for doing so.


2. Don’t Assume Hong Kong is as Free and Open as the West
Despite it embraces more legal freedoms than the People’s Republic, some believe that e-mails are being monitored and Internet censorship is happening. Travelers should be aware of these rising tensions and be cautious about engaging in politically charged communications.


3. Don’t Overpay at Street Markets
Hong Kong offers a vast range of exciting street markets where you can buy just about any type of consumer good imaginable. Learn the art of haggling, you will often be able to buy things for little over half the asking price.


4. Don’t Take Taxis
It is an unnecessarily expensive way to get around, and it can take a long time to get anywhere through the gridlock. Instead, try using the efficient and affordable Mass Transit Railway, buy an Oyster Card if you’re going to use this several times.


5. Don’t Bother With the Sky Terrace
Instead of going to popular and overpriced tourist traps such as the Sky Terrace, consider the top of The Peak Galleria mall, it is free and the crowds are nil, also try Central Plaza, the Bank of China, Two IFC and One Island East.


6. Don’t Take the Peak Tram
The Peak is undoubtedly one of the best vantage points in Hong Kong, but taking the overpriced, over-crowded tourist tram up to the top isn’t the only way up there. Instead, if you’re fit, consider hiking up the hill using the designated footpaths.


7. Don’t Underestimate the Language Barrier
If you need to ask anyone for directions, try to find younger people to help, since they’re more likely to speak English. Taxi drivers rarely speak English, so have a map or written address on hand to convey where you want to go.


8. Don’t Forget about the Entry Requirements
Hong Kong has its own entry requirements. Citizens of the US and most western nations do not need any visa to visit Hong Kong for a period of less than 90 days. However, if you want to go to Shenzhen or other parts of mainland China, you will need a separate visa.


9. Don’t Bring Chinese Currency
While China uses the Yuan, Hong Kong still uses its own currency; the Hong Kong dollar. Although you shouldn’t have any problem changing money anywhere in the region. If you’re arriving via mainland China, you’ll need to withdraw or change some money as soon as you get to Hong Kong.


10. Don’t Neglect the Rest of Hong Kong
Venture into the New Territories and you’ll find traditional walled towns like Kat Hing Wa, fishing villages on Lamma Island, beaches in Lantau. Surf in Big Wave Bay, markets in Stanley and Repulse Bay. Visit Cheung Chau island and its Cheung Po Tsai pirate caves. There are lots of places to visit. Don't miss them!

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Macau Overview - Beautiful places in MACAU - China

Macau is a former portugese colony and now a special administrative region of China along with Hong Kong! Unlike Hong Kong, Macau's colonial influence is still strongy visible in the architecture across the city.
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30 Things to do in Macau | Macau Travel Guide

This is my ultimate travel guide for Macau - the gambling capital of Asia including 30 secrets and best places to visit which I carefully selected, things to do in Macau like world's highest urban bungee jump, Eduardo Marques Square, best Portuguese egg tarts, pork chop buns, historical villages of Taipa and Coloane, quality Portuguese cuisine at Dragon & Porto, Venetian Macau (World's biggest casino) and the best Macau bars & nightclubs. Subscribe to my channel ► for new videos!

Macau is perhaps one of the most unique nations I've ever visited. Who would have thought that Portugal had an entire colony for almost 500 years in China. What makes Macau even more authentic is how well preserved the colonial buildings are, given you a real authentic experience of how life must have been like in the past centuries.

Macau District
@0:00 - Intro
@0:36 1) Ruins of St. Pauls
@1:10 2) Monte Fort
@1:50 3) Macau Museum
@2:49 4) Bak Kwa, pork jerky
@3:24 5) Tai Lei Loi Kei, pork cutlet sandwich
@4:03 6) Black Pepper Pork Buns
@4:37 7) Macau Tower Bungy Jump
@5:53 8) Margaret's Cafe e Nata
@6:17 9) Yee Shun Milk Company
@6:33 10) Senado Square
@7:16 11) St. Lawrence Church
@7:28 12) Grand Lisboa Casino
@8:30 13) Wynn Macau Performance Lake
@8:54 14) Yu Dan, fish balls
@9:44 15) Dragon Portuguese Cuisine
@10:36 16) Macau Beer Temple

Coloane District
@11:28 17) Coloane Village
@12:03 18) Lord Stow's Bakery
@12:37 19) Eduardo Marques Square
@12:57 20) Tam Kung Temple

Taipa District
@13:09 21) Taipa Houses-Museum
@13:45 22) Bird's Nest Egg Tart
@14:42 23) Tuga & Lola Portuguese Wine
@15:10 24) Porto Cuisine
@16:29 25) Mok Yi Kei, durian ice cream

Cotai District
@17:51 26) The Venetian Macau
@18:29 27) The Parisian Macau
@18:53 29) Club Cubic, City of Dreams Casino
@19:57 28) SKY 21, rooftop
@20:34 30) TurboJET

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Special thanks to my friend Emily for showing me Taipa & Cotai


The easiest way to reach Macau is by TurboJET ferry from Hong Kong for just $171 HK dollars or $22 US dollars for a one-way. Do bring your passport because you will have to go through immigration! Once in Macau jump into a taxi towards your hotel or Airbnb ($47 USD OFF) but keep in mind that most taxi's in Macau do not have seat-belts.

Macau is a great place for new and unique selfies, my favorite place being this incredible shot taken from R. Nova a Guia street. It took me almost an hour to find this secret site for that magical selfie. It is a perfect blend of new and old, like a giant spaceship just crash landed into a tiny Portoguese village.

Macau does offer an incredible fusion cuisine of Chinese and Portuguese called Macanese! With popular dishes like African chicken, Pork chop buns, Pork Jerky, Portuguese egg tarts (Pastel de Nata and plenty of desserts including durian ice cream and steam milk pudding from Yee Shun Milk.

The most popular tourist attractions in Macau include the Ruins of St. Paul's of which only the front facade is still standing after 3x major fires and Senado Square for its beautiful Portuguese-style cobble stone roads. Do not miss visiting other gems like Monte Fort, Museum of Macau and the villages of Taipa and Coloane for an authentic Portuguese colonial experience.

Macau's nightlife may be small but does have a few fantastic places for a night out, I recommend to start off the night at SKY 21, a gorgeous rooftop lounge on top of the AIA tower overlooking the Grand Lisboa and Macau Tower, they often have a live DJ, ping-pong and shisha's for a fun evening and is open until 4am.

My favorite experience in Macau was the Macau Bungee, World's highest urban bungee jump at 233 meters or 764 feet with a 6 or 7 second free-fall with a speed of 120km/h, click here for my full Macau Bungee experience. The bungee jump is pricey, roughly $400 US dollars, they also offer a Sky Jump, Sky Walk and Tower Climb for the true thrillseekers.

In conclusion, Macau truly surprised me, especially after staying here for 6 days. Most tourists make a day trip from Hong Kong but that is simply too short to do this nation justice. I recommend visiting Macau for 2 days and 2 nights to truly take in this unique former Portuguese colony and all its beauty.

Macau Travel Tips: 10 Things to Know Before You Go

10 things YOU need to know before you go to Macau. A comprehensive travel guide to bring you up to speed on the Language, Food, Casinos, and more! First, some basic knowledge on Macau: Macau was a Colony of Portugal from 1557-1999, and now it’s a Special Administrative Region of China just like Hong Kong. Macau is small -- 30 sq km, or 11 sq miles. 640,000 people live there. In 2017 Macau had 30 million visitors… lots of people for such a tiny place. 64km (40 miles) west of Hong Kong. A great day trip from Hong Kong, but easily worth 2 nights

Macau is best known as a gambling and shopping mecca, but it also has a really neat historic portuguese center
Macau is the only place in China where you can gamble legally. It generates more revenue from gambling than anywhere else on the earth including more than about seven times the revenue generated by “The Strip” in La Vegas

4 main parts…
the main part of Macau with the historic Portuguese core. This is called the Macau Peninsula
Taipa
Cotai Strip
Colane

2. Getting In

Ferry from Hong Kong
Takes 40-60 Minutes
2 different operators
Turbojet: The Red One
Cotai Water Jet: The Blue One
4 Ferry Terminal in Hong Kong
2 Ferry Terminals in Macau -
If you’re going to the Cotai Strip, most convenient to take Cotai Water Jet
Going to the Historic Portuguese section, take Turbojet

Macau does have it’s own airport, but not many flights

There’s a new bridge from HKG to Macau, you can take a bus on it

Or cross the border by land from China.



4. Unlucky
This number omitted because it’s unlucky. 4 in Chinese sounds like the word for “Death.” Most buildings typically omit this floor.


5. Getting Around

Free Shuttle Service

Macau’s hotels offer free shuttle service from the airport, ferry terminals, and border gates.

· The Venetian Macao Free Shuttle Schedule

· The Parisian Macao Free Shuttle Schedule

· Sands Cotai Central Free Shuttle Schedule

Bus
Public buses operate frequently throughout Macau, Taipa, and Coloane. Buses have onboard stop notifications in Mandarin, Cantonese, Portuguese and English.

· Price: Within Macau or Taipa: MOP3.2, Macau-Taipa: MOP4.2, Macau-Coloane: MOP5, Airport service: MOP4.2.

Taxi
Macau’s taxis come in two color schemes: one is yellow, the other is black and cream. Both color taxis charge the same fees. Taxis stands are located near hotel lobbies.

Tips:

·Base price (first 1.6 km): MOP17, additional MOP2 for each 260 m afterwards.
Extra fees: Taxi waiting fee is MOP2 for every minute. Taxis have a MOP3 luggage storing fee. There is a MOP2 fee from Taipa to Coloane, and a MOP5 fee from Macau to Coloane. There is an MOP5 fee for taxi trips to and from the airport.

Uber operates in Macau

6. Money
Macanese Pataca (MOP)
Most shops and restaurants will accept HKG to pay, with a 1:1 exchange rate to MOP
The exchange rate is fixed at HK$1 = MOP$1.03
But you’ll typically get change back in MOP



7. Language

Portuguese (but its own dialect)
And Chinese (Cantonese)
A little less english than Hong Kong, but enough to get by


8. Shopping

In every hotel on the Cotai Strip

9. The rest of Macau outside the Casinos and Historic Districts

10. Food:
Macanese cuisine’ is a mix of southern Chinese and Portuguese ingredients and cooking techniques. With a history dating back over 400 years, the cuisine is often regarded as the world’s first fusion cuisine.

Egg Tart that is so popular in Dim Sum restaurants originated here.. Lord Stows cafe is the original located in Taipa. Most convenient location is the one in the Venetian

Bifanas - Thin breaded pork Sandwich

Really good high end Chinese food cheaper than Hong Kong. The Wynn hotel has some really good options.

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The amazing casinos in Macau is well worth a visit. But is Macau only for gamblers? Definately not ! In this video we take a look at other things to do in Macau and why this Chinese - Portoguese city has become so popular by tourists.
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Known as the 'Vegas of China', Macau is indeed an epicentre of gambling and glitz. While luxury entertainment here is world-class, the city has much more to offer than that. Macau was a Portuguese colony for 300 years, a heritage marked by a wonderful cultural hybridity that manifests itself in all aspects of life: Chinese temples stand on maritime-themed Portuguese tiles; the sound of Cantonese permeates streets with Portuguese names; and when you're hungry, it could be Chinese dim sum, pastéis de nata (Portuguese egg tarts) or Macanese minchi (ground meat stir-fried with potatoes) that come to the rescue

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Macau is located on China's southern coast, 60 km (37 mi) west of Hong Kong, on the western side of the Pearl River estuary. It is surrounded by the South China Sea in the east and south, and neighbours the Guangdong city of Zhuhai to the west and north. The territory consists of Macau Peninsula, Taipa, and Coloane.

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Macau, a special administrative region like Hong Kong, is the only place in China where casinos are legal, and the business has grown at an astounding pace since 2001, when the government ended the four-decade gambling monopoly of the Hong Kong billionaire Stanley Ho.

Top 8 Hotel in Macau to stay!

1. TheVenetianMacao
2. MacauMastersHotel
3. GalaxyHotel
4. StudioCityMacau
5. CrownePlazaMacau
6. MGMCotai
7. WynnPalace
8. TheParisianMacao

Top 10 Casinos & Gambling in Macau
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2. Casino at Venetian Macao
3. Grand Lisboa Casino
4. Lisboa Casino
5. Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome
6. Rio Casino
7. Macau Palace (Floating Casino)
8. Babylon Casino
9. Grand Waldo Casino
10. Wynn Casino

10 Top Tourist Attractions in Bangkok - Travel Video

Bangkok, with a population of over 9 million inhabitants, is one of the biggest cities in the world. Its heavy traffic congestion, intense heat and naughty nightlife do not immediately give visitors a warm welcome. But first impressions can be misleading. It is one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities with magnificent temples and palaces, extensive canals, a vibrant nightlife and great shopping, that has something for every traveler.

Due to the city’s congested traffic, the best transport options around Bangkok are the Skytrain, the metro and tuk-tuks. A memorable way to experience Bangkok is by a boat ride on the canals. Here’s a look at the top tourist attractions in Bangkok:

Macau Travel Guide - Macao Day Trip from Hong Kong

Come join us for a day trip from Hong Kong (香港) as we visit Macau covering the best things to do in one day in our Macau Travel Guide (澳門 - 澳门). We started off our day waking up early in Hong Kong to get to the ferry terminal to take a TurboJET ferry to Macao. *Important* remember to take your passport as you're crossing one special administration region in China to another (Hong Kong to Macau) and you'll need to go through immigration on both sides (it doesn't take long).

After arriving we took free transportation (provided by the casinos and hotels) to check out the Venetian Casino and Parisian Hotel. Then we were off to Taipa to mostly eat Macau street food and enjoy the old colonial architecture. We then made our way to Senado Square, the ruins of St. Paul's and Forte Monte while munching on plenty of Macanese street food before heading back to Hong Kong on a TurboJET ferry.

As you can see you can do a lot in just one day in Macau but a few things we didn't get to do included gambling at casinos, going up Macau Tower or checking out the A-Ma temple. For more of the things we missed out on but are worth considering doing in Macau see our two lists below.

Things to do in Macau Travel Guide:

1) TurboJET Ferry ride from Hong Kong to Macau (噴射飛航) which takes approximately one hour - 00:15
2) Visiting the Venetian Macao (澳門威尼斯人度假村酒店) luxury hotel and casino resort - 02:36
3) Visiting the Parisian (Chinese: 澳門巴黎人) luxury hotel in Cotai, Macau, China - 03:30
4) Visiting Taipa Houses–Museum (龍環葡韻住宅式博物館 - Casas-Museu da Taipa) - 04:13
5) Visit Taipa (氹仔) to eat street food in Macau and wander around - 05:05
6) Macau egg pudding - 05:31
7) Macau Pork Chop Bun (豬扒包) - 06:49
8) Portuguese style Macau egg tart (蛋撻 - 蛋挞) also known as Pastel de nata - 07:39
9) Free shuttle by from the casino hotels - 09:00
10) Senado Square (Largo do Senado - 議事亭前地) town square - 10:04
11) Ruins of St. Paul's (大三巴牌坊) - 11:22
12) Macau honey glazed pork jerky (豬肉乾) - 12:03
13) Macau almond cookies or biscuits (杏仁餅) - 13:25
14) Macanese Bubble tea with taro (波霸奶茶) - 14:24
15) Macao Museum or Macau Museum (澳門博物館 - Museu de Macau) - 15:26
16) Monte Fort (Fortaleza do Monte - 大炮台) - 15:44
17) TurboJET ferry ride from Macau (澳門 - 澳门) back to Hong Kong (香港) - 16:29

Things to do in Macau that we didn't have time for on our day trip

1) Gambling at the casinos in Macau
2) Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre (澳門旅遊塔會展娛樂中心) for views of Macau
3) A-Ma Temple (媽閣廟)
4) Grand Prix Museum (大賽車博物館)
5) Drink Portuguese wine
6) Macau Fisherman's Wharf (澳門漁人碼頭)
7) Macau Wine Museum (葡萄酒博物馆 - Museu do Vinho)

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Our visit Macau travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums and Macau at night and by day. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical Macau itinerary, Macau tourism brochure or Macau city tour.

Macau Travel Guide - Macao Day Trip from Hong Kong Travel Food Video Transcript:

Well good morning from Hong Kong. It is seven in the morning. A little early to be out in my opinion but today we're going to Macau. Special day.

So we've got our tickets for Macau. Woo! 160 Hong Kong dollars each. It is just over $20 US bucks and they give you your seats as you basically arrive. Just after you go through immigration. Yeah so we just got these little stickers. We're 17M and 17K and guys don't forget to bring your passport because technically you're going to a different special administrative region. You're going from Hong Kong to Macau.

This is part of our Travel in Macau video series showcasing Macau food, Macau culture and Macau cuisine.

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Hong Kong - City Video Guide



Located on China's south coast, Hong Kong offers some of the world's most intense shopping, sightseeing and dining experiences, yet moments of stillness await at every turn.

Hong Kong has over 600 places of worship, from neighborhood temples to hilltop monasteries.

Shopping is almost a religion too! From opulent malls like Pacific Place to the markets of Temple Street, tax-free Hong Kong is heaven for bargain hunters.

From Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, hop aboard a Star Ferry for the crossing to Hong Kong Island. Explore the futuristic architecture of Hong Kong's main business district, Central, then take a tram to Victoria Peak.

Hong Kong offers plenty of green spaces, such as Kowloon's Walled City Park. Outside the urban areas, over forty percent of the territory has been designated as national park.

Spend a day on the tranquil beaches of Shek O, or hike the trails of Lamma Island. On Lantau Island take the cable car to the Po Lin Monestry and the Tian Tan Buddah, then explore the traditional fishing village of Tai O.

At the end of the day, cruise the bars and restaurants in fashionable Soho and Lan Kwai Fong.

China Tourism - Ancient Fenghuang town

Ancient Fenghuang, a village in central China, used to be a frontier town, separating the Han civilization from the Miao and Dong minorities. It was an important regional center for trade and cultural exchange.

The riverside setting of the village, with its wooden stilt houses and narrow mysterious back alleys, makes it one of the most attractive places in the region.

These days, it has become a major tourist destination. While some traditions remain, much of the town has been set up to cater for the influx of new visitors, in some ways changing the face of the village beyond recognition.

Either way, Fenghuang provides an interesting glimpse of the many challenges and contrasts that exist in China today.

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HongKong I Macau I China I 2019 I GoPro4

The next is Macao and Hongkong.
Macao, is a special administrative region on the western side of the Pearl River estuary in southern China.
HongKong is a special administrative region on the eastern side of the Pearl River estuary in southern China.

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