Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau Trip Summary19 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. 🙂
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?
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