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About Hong Kong Holidays - Have you ever wanted to visit Hong Kong? Do you worry about having the time and money to take the Hong Kong holiday of your dreams? Well you don’t need to worry about those things anymore as Thomas Cook India's Hong Kong Holiday Packages will make your travel dreams a reality. With a host of Hong Kong Tour Packages starting at an easy INR 86,150 and going to an extravagant INR 1,43,000 and with Hong Kong tour packages spanning a brisk Hong Kong Macau For All (5 nights and 6 days)  to a leisurely Extravagant Hong Kong (7 nights 8 days), you will literally be spoilt for choice with our Hong Kong tours. Also, booking your dream vacation to Hong Kong has never been easier thanks to the Thomas Cook India website where vacations are a click away. Stressing out over booking and travel plans is also a thing of the past as Thomas Cook will handle every aspect of your Hong Kong trip, except the packing.

Who curates and creates these Hong Kong holidays you ask? Thomas Cook’s inhouse team of travel experts off course. They meticulously plan every aspect of your Hong Kong holiday from comfortable accommodation to timely travel and delicious tasty meals making sure you remember your trip to Hong Kong forever.

With Hong Kong holiday packages available from all major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore getting to Hong Kong with Thomas Cook is convenient and comfortable. If picturesque beaches with relaxing palm trees are your idea of paradise, then Hong Kong is definitely the haven you need to be in. The homogenous blend of friendly Buddhist culture and the exotic beaches make Hong Kong the perfect destination for unwinding and spending quality time with self or loved ones. Not only is this island country known for its amazing coastline but is also known for its beautiful flora and fauna.

Hong Kong Tour Packages 

No. of Days

Price*

Hong Kong Macau For All

5 Nights / 6 Days

Rs. 86,014

Extravagant Hong Kong with Disneyland and Ocean Park

7 Nights / 8 Days

Rs. 1,22,083


About Hong Kong
Hong Kong is called the 'Pearl of the Orient'. Why, you may wonder. Well, think about all that you would associate with a pearl- beauty, delicacy, happiness and calm. Hong Kong is all of these and more. There is just something about this place that gives it a peaceful vibe. This place means different things to different people. For some, it is a place of relaxation and unwinding. For others, it is a place of exploration, with its rich cultural history, modern marvels and splendid skyline. Hong Kong's cosmopolitan culture makes it one of those holiday destinations that feature in people's list again and again. There's just no way people can get enough of this pearl.  Many tourists like it so much because this place represents a perfect balance between the east and the west- upholding the cultural traditions of the east, and providing facilities, amenities and opportunities like the west.

Hong Kong has something for everyone, whether one is travelling solo, in a group, with a partner or with family. There are exquisite beaches, fun-filled theme parks, exciting markets and enthralling monasteries. Its vibrant nightlife is also famous among locals and tourists alike. And of course, the variety of food cuisines that this diverse country has to offer tells a story of its own- from Cantonese, European, Sichuanese, and Japanese to the French cuisine!


What is the best time to visit Hong Kong?
Hong Kong is a sub-tropical holiday destination, and so, practically, no time is a bad time to visit Hong Kong. However, in terms of specifics, March and April are the months of spring, and so one would be greeted with cool evenings during these months. The autumn, too, offers dazzling sights in Hong Kong. The autumn is represented by just the perfect amount of sunshine, accompanied by light breezes.

If one wants to feel like a part of the culture of this holiday destination, then it is best to visit during the winter months from December to February. This is the time when one will be able to experience, firsthand, the festivities of the Chinese New Year.


How to reach Hong Kong
The easiest and the most convenient way to reach Hong Kong is via airways. There are several flights per day from all major metro cities of the country- Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, and Bangalore. The average flight duration for the same is 5 hours and 30 minutes.

Indians can visit Hong Kong without a visa for a maximum stay of up to 14 days. However, this requires all travelers to submit a pre-arrival registration. This registration is valid for six months, or till expiration date of the traveler’s passport, whichever is earlier.

Places to visit in Hong Kong
We've said it before, and we absolutely want to say it again: The most fascinating thing about Hong Kong is its great variety of places to visit and things to do. Whether its exploring the old world through monasteries and temples, or marveling at the achievements of the modern civilization, Hong Kong has everything! The neon flashes of the place's nightlife contrast completely with the endless sea and sand. And, this contrast is what we're living for... the best of both worlds, right?


Let's have a look at all the places you can visit

Lantau Island
Lantau Island, the biggest island of Hong Kong is located at the mouth of the Pearl River. The Ngong Ping 360 gives an aerial view of the Lantau Island, and that truly is a sight to behold. When visiting this island, you must also visit the Ngong Ping Plateau which is famous all over the world for the Big Buddha statue and the Po Lin Monastery. The Big Buddha statue, also known as Tian Tan Buddha is the tallest seated bronze Buddha statue in the world! And, the Po Lin Monastery, with its rich in colour demonstration of Buddhist iconography, is one of the most sacred Buddhist sites in Hong Kong.

Ocean Park
Ocean Park is one of the most popular theme parks in the whole of Hong Kong. What sets this theme park apart from all other places in Hong Kong is the fact that Ocean Park is committed to the cause of animal conservation. This park is home to a large number of animals of different species, such as dolphins, giant pandas, sea lions, sea horses, penguins and many more. Ocean Park is the perfect place to have a family day for it offers adventurous rides and entertaining shows. This marine-life theme park is a must-visit when in Hong Kong. So, make sure you ask your Thomas Cook India representative to add this to your package!

Victoria Harbour
Geographically, Victoria Harbour separates Hong Kong Island from the Kowloon Peninsula. Aesthetically, the Victoria Harbour provides a mesmerising view of the Hong Kong skyline. You must cruise through the harbour, especially in the late evening, to experience the dazzling lights from Hong Kong's night scene. The beauty of your surroundings will make you wish that the cruise didn't end! Another wonderful thing that you must experience is A Symphony of Lights, which is a light and sound show that happens every day. if you visit during the Chinese New Year, which is in January, you will also get to experience the annual fireworks on the second night of the New Year.

Macau
Another place that you must visit when visiting Hong Kong is Macau. Macau is an autonomous region in China's southern coast. Most of us have only associated Macau with Bollywood award shows so far. But, there's so much more to this great place than just entertainment! Macau is famously called the 'Vegas of China' as it is a great host to the gaming industry. Macau also has hints of Portuguese culture, which is a residue of Portugal rule in the region. You must visit Macau to explore its envious fashion culture, majestic historical buildings and its one-of-a-kind cultural heritage.

Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui is a major tourist hub located in southern Kowloon. This place is famous primarily for the shopping escapades that tourists have here. The retail hub has something for everyone- shops, local boutiques, high-end malls... You want to shop for yourself or your partner or your family, or maybe something for your house, or just a souvenir... this place has you covered!

Disneyland
Yes, we saved the BEST for the last! While we know Disneyland does not really need a description, we're still going to go ahead and enthrall you into its charm anyway! The land of fairy tales and happiness, Disneyland is this grand magical kingdom where all your dreams, accumulated right from childhood to this day, will come true. Meet your favourite Disney characters and witness entertaining parades and unique live shows. The Night parade is also a spectacle to see, especially with its light and music show, and spectacular fireworks. This is one incredible experience that you should not even think of compromising upon!


What to eat in Hong Kong

Kau Kee Beef Brisket
If you see long queues outside restaurants, don’t be alarmed. These waiting lines are common for the people of Hong Kong, and all the more common for restaurants that serve the Kau Kee Beef Brisket, or the curry tendon beef brisket. For people who are true gourmets at heart, they will know that Hong Kong has the best beef brisket in the world. Once you taste this specialty- slow cooked beef brisket in herbs and spices- you will not only agree with us, but will also say that standing in those long queues was absolutely worth it!

Lo Mai Gau
If you like dim sums (really, who doesn’t?), then you will definitely like Lo Mai Gau. This dish is called a close companion of dim sums by some, and called wonder food by others, all thanks to how it is prepared. To prepare Lo Mai Gau, rice is mixed with chicken or pork, and then the mix is wrapped in a lotus leaf. The wrap is then put to steam until the entire mix becomes a whole mass. Reminds you of dims sums?

Beverages
Hong Kong has some unique beverage combinations. They’re not just unique, but also quite unheard of. For instance, the egg tea. Yes, we used egg and tea in the same phrase. The medicinal tea egg soup, which is a traditional Chinese dessert. Or, its hot lemon tea, while sounds common, is very different from what you’d expect.

Clay pot rice
Very close to India’s biryani, the Chinese clay pot rice is cooked in sauce for a long time. The flavoured rice is then mixed with ingredients like chicken, pork, Chinese sausage or mushroom. This is also a dish that tops the favourites list of most locals and tourists.

Meat bowl
For all you non-vegetarians, it’s time to test your expertise and love for food. Indulge yourself in a bowl of healthy Hong Kong meat which is known for its light texture and attractiveness. When trying meat bowls, make sure you do not miss out on Hong Kong’s local specialty, the fish ball noodles.


What to do in Hong Kong

Bauhinia Dinner Cruise
The Bauhinia Dinner Cruise offers more than just a cruise, and definitely more than just delicious food on-board. It offers an experience- certainly one of its kind. Imagine yourself, surrounded by soft lights of the cruise ship and mesmerizing lights of the islands nearby islands. The cruise offers a 360-degree view of the magnificent Victoria Harbour.

Shopping
Any vacation is not a vacation without some shopping. Some famous malls of Hong Kong are The Landmark, Time Square and Harbour City. These malls don’t just host brands but also little boutiques of Hong Kong’s local business owners.

Tram ride
Your Hong Kong itinerary will be rendered incomplete if you do not add the Peak Tram ride to it! This classic tram ride is one of the most exciting experiences of the city. The tram is the quickest and easiest way to reach The Peak. It ferries at a frequency of 10-12 minutes and is available from 7 am in the morning to midnight. Climb the steep slope in comfort, while you enjoy the scenic beauty around you.

Flocking the local markets
Immerse yourself in the unique culture of this Chinese city by roaming through, and shopping from the famous local markets of Hong Kong. The Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street, the Temple Street Night Market, and the Stanley Market are the absolute must-visits that you just cannot skip out on! The Temple Street Night Market is best explored after the sunset. Ladies’ Market is for all you female travelers. You absolutely must go and explore the huge variety of accessories and clothing that is in stock here.

Star Pisces Cruise
This is one of the most famous cruises in the Asian continent. A cruise to the South China Sea, this extravagant 1-night cruise offers delicious on-board dining and lively entertainment. And, as a surprise element, this cruise also offers duty-free shopping and other luxurious facilities like therapeutic massages and spas.

World Dream Cruises
The World Dream Cruise is known for its unique variety of on-board activities. This cruise has a virtual reality game zone and organizes laser shows, firework displays and a lot more! You can choose to spend a minimum of 2 nights and a maximum of 5 nights on this cruise, depending on your mood and itinerary.

Hiking
This may sound a little out of the place, considering all the activities we’ve discussed so far. But hiking is something you must explore as an option. The best way to explore the deserted beaches of Hong Kong along with its volcanic landscapes is through hiking. The best urban hiking trail of Hong Kong is the Dragon’s Back. You can also explore the Maclehose Trail, which is the longest trail (100km) and offers quite scenic views.

This was only a trailer of what Hong Kong really has to offer. To include this and more to your Hong Kong tour package, contact Thomas Cook India. We will ensure a fulfillment of all your needs and wants.


Hong Kong FAQ's

Is it safe to travel to Hong Kong?
It is absolutely safe to travel to Hong Kong. Travellers are however advised to avoid congregations or demonstrations.

When is the best time to visit Hong Kong?
Thanks to its climate and location there's never really a bad time to visit.

As an Indian, do I need a visa to travel to Hong Kong?
Indian nationals can visit and stay in Hong Kong visa-free for upto 14 days.

Is Hong Kong an expensive city?
Yes. Hong Kong is the most expensive city in the world to live in. It is not exactly budget friendly for travellers. But with some advance planning and bookings, you can save a lot of money.

How many days are required to see Hong Kong?
Given its size, 3-4 days are sufficient for a visit to Hong Kong

Can I travel from Hong Kong to Macau by road?
Yes. You can take the bus. The ride from Hong Kong to Macau lasts about 2 hours.

What is the currency in Hong Kong?
The Hong Kong Dollar is the official currency of Hong Kong.

Is food expensive in Hong Kong?
No it isn't. One can find cheap local meals at hawker centers and food stalls across the city.

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