Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau Trip Summary

19 October, 2009

For the next few weeks, we will be sharing with you our travel experiences around the Pearl River Delta cities – Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Macau.

These posts will contain a mix of photos from both my trips to Hong Kong (first in Dec 2007 and recently in Sep 2009) so don’t be puzzled if I look a bit different.Β  πŸ™‚

Pearl River Delta Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau Itinerary

Just to provide an overview of our Pearl River Delta Trip from 19 December to 25 December 2007:

  • Flew to Shenzhen from Singapore via Tiger Airways (S$182.74)
  • Travelled by KCR train from Shenzhen to Hong Kong
  • Ferried from Hong Kong to Macau and back for a day trip to the land of casinos
  • Flew from Hong Kong back to Singapore via Jetstar Asia (S$214.30)

Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau Trip Posts

This post will be updated with links to our posts on our Pearl River Delta trip.


Getting Around Shenzhen via Metro
Shenzhen Splendid China: See All of China’s Attractions in 3 Hours
Shenzhen Chinese Folk Village: Experience Customs of All 56 China’s Ethnic Groups in 2 Hours
Shenzhen Windows of the World: See Eiffel Tower and Merlion in China?
Activities to Do in Shenzhen: Shopping, Foot Massage, Hair Styling
How to Bargain when Shopping in Shenzhen and Hong Kong?

Hong Kong

Getting from Shenzhen to Hong Kong via Luo Wu
Hong Kong Guest Houses in Mansions? Sounds Good? Think Again
Hong Kong Stanford Hotel Review
How to book “Secret” 20% discount Hong Kong taxis?
Hong Kong Cafe Meals: Ham, Egg, Instant Noodles with Milk Tea
Hong Kong Day Markets: Bird, Flower, Goldfish Street
Quan Ju De Roast Duck: Yummy Peking Duck in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Night Markets: Temple, Ladies Street
Hong Kong Icons: Star Ferry, Hong Kong Island Tram, Sogo Basement Lao Po Biscuit
Rubbing Shoulders with Famous People at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong
More Hong Kong Markets!: Electronics (Apliu Street), Antiques (Hollywood & Cat Street)
Hong Kong Dessert: Hui Liu Shan Mango Madness, Dun Milk, Egg Tarts & Milk Tarts
When You Wish Upon a Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree and Get Ripped Off!
400-Year Old Hong Kong Walled Village: Kam Tin Kat Hing Wai
Getting to the Peak by Bus and Peak Tram
Symphony of Lights Show at Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront
Big Tian Tan Buddha and Po Li Monastery at Lantau Island
Lantau Island Tai O Fishing Village

Zhiqiang & Tingyi

Comments (17)

  • kelvinReply

    20 October, 2009 at 12:45 pm

    Will be back for ur Shenzhen trips and tips^^
    .-= kelvin´s last blog ..My computer have 2 different contrast – again!!! =-.

  • frugal expatReply

    21 October, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    A friend of mine recently visited Macau and she said that it is a beautiful place worth to visit.
    .-= frugal expat´s last blog ..Surviving the Tough Economy: Extra Source of Income =-.

  • TravelerfolioReply

    21 October, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    I want to see how different u looked like XD

    • ZhiqiangReply

      22 October, 2009 at 12:04 am

      @eunice, actually not very different lah – just a bit slimmer (altho you can’t tell) and wearing glasses. πŸ™‚

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  • mr muorReply

    19 January, 2010 at 4:12 pm

    hello zhiqiang… nice website.. very infomative.. will going to SHZ , HKG and macau this coming thursday..21 Jan 2010..

    why cannot xces to macau link ? and some link for HK ?

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    • ZhiqiangReply

      19 January, 2010 at 9:02 pm

      becos’ the posts for Hong Kong and Macau are not up yet πŸ™‚ afraid that Macau links might not be up in time for you since I am going there first week Feb.

  • Low Lay GuatReply

    4 May, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    instead by ferry, can go macau by train?

    • Zhiqiang & TingyiReply

      4 May, 2011 at 10:42 pm

      it will take you days to get to macau from hong kong by train – you will have to loop around Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Zhuhai and then down to Macau!

      Ferry is the most direct route.

  • Low Lay GuatReply

    22 May, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    how long to reach macau by ferry ? what time to go so can make use of 1 day at macau. ? thanks for your reply….

    • Zhiqiang & TingyiReply

      23 May, 2011 at 12:16 am

      About 2 hour ride. Get there as early as possible because passport control might take a long time

  • Ashley limReply

    26 June, 2011 at 11:11 pm

    Hi I plan to go Hk and Shenzhen end of this year, may I know which hotel convenient to go around with mtr of coz hotel need clean and worth money too , coz this is my first visit to China. Need ur advise thanks.

    • Zhiqiang & TingyiReply

      2 July, 2011 at 3:07 pm

      Hi Ashley

      Sorry for the late reply – missed this comment; I wouldnt recommend the hotel we stayed in Shenzhen – for Hong Kong, you can consider Stanford Hotel which I had reviewed.

  • YYReply

    28 August, 2011 at 12:43 am

    Hi, came across your website a few years back.
    Was just wondering if you have the excel file for your itinerary for HK and Macau? I can’t seem to find anywhere in the links.
    By the way, some of the HK posts aren’t accessible. Is there any way you could update them?
    Kindly advise.
    Thanks πŸ™‚

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    2 August, 2015 at 3:58 pm

    Macau Tower, with the height at 338 meters from ground level
    to the highest point, is famous for the tenth tallest sightseeing
    tower in the world, also one of the members of the World Federaion of Great Tower, and
    the 14th highest- standing telecommunication tower in the world.
    It is situated in the Special Administrative Region of The People’s Republic of China.
    The tower was designed by New Zealand engineering firm Beca group led by the
    impression of a Hong Kong casino billionaire Ho Hung Sun of
    the Sky Tower in Auckland, which he later commissioned to be built the similar one in Macau, China.

    It is first opened on December 19, 2001.

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