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4-Day Hong Kong and Shenzhen Adventure Itinerary

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day 1

Iconic Landmarks and Peak Views

Hong Kong Itinerary - February 28

Morning. Start your Hong Kong adventure with a classic breakfast at The China Bar, Tsim Sha Tsui, offering a mix of local and international flavors. After breakfast, take the historic Star Ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central. Enjoy the stunning views of the Hong Kong skyline and Victoria Harbour.
Afternoon. Upon arrival in Central, take a leisurely walk to the iconic Victoria Peak (The Peak). Experience the breathtaking panoramic views of the city from the Peak Tower. For lunch, indulge in the sumptuous international cuisine at Lobster Bar and Grill at Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong.
Evening. As the sun sets, witness the mesmerizing A Symphony of Lights, a synchronized light and sound show involving many key buildings on both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. After the show, enjoy a sophisticated dinner at Caprice Bar, known for its extensive wine selection and elegant ambiance.
day 2

Cultural Heritage and Evening Markets

Hong Kong Itinerary - February 29

Morning. Begin your day with a visit to the serene Man Mo Temple, one of the oldest and most famous temples in Hong Kong. After exploring the temple, take a stroll through the vibrant streets of Sheung Wan, known for its antique shops and street art. For breakfast, enjoy the contemporary dishes at Mr Wolf.
Afternoon. For lunch, head to Aberdeen Harbour and dine at The Jumbo Floating Restaurant, an iconic culinary landmark in Hong Kong. After lunch, take a sampan ride to explore the traditional fishing village and its floating community.
Evening. Experience the lively atmosphere of Temple Street Night Market (Men’s St.) in Kowloon. Browse through the stalls offering everything from souvenirs to electronics. For dinner, savor the flavors of Southeast Asia at Tapas Bar, and then enjoy a relaxing evening walk along the waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui (TST).
day 3

Shenzhen Theme Parks and Cultural Villages

Shenzhen, China Itinerary - March 1

Morning. Cross the border to Shenzhen and start your day with a hearty breakfast at Uptop Bistro and Bar. After breakfast, visit the fascinating Splendid China Folk Village, where you can explore miniature replicas of China's most famous landmarks and learn about the country's rich cultural heritage.
Afternoon. Enjoy an adrenaline-filled afternoon at Happy Valley Shenzhen, one of the most popular amusement parks in the region. Have lunch at the park's restaurant, and then continue the fun with a visit to OCT East Shenzhen, an ecological resort with stunning scenery and thrilling attractions.
Evening. Return to Hong Kong in the evening and dine at The China Bar, Lan Kwai Fong, known for its vibrant atmosphere and wide selection of drinks. After dinner, take a leisurely walk through the lively streets of Lan Kwai Fong, famous for its nightlife and entertainment options.
day 4

Island Escapes and Evening Skyline

Hong Kong Itinerary - March 2

Morning. Take a morning trip to Lantau Island and visit the majestic Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha). Climb the 268 steps to reach the base of the statue and enjoy the panoramic views of the island. For breakfast, try the innovative dishes at Supergiant Social Dining & Cocktail Bar.
Afternoon. After the spiritual experience, take a scenic ride on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Have lunch at ACED - Bar & Restaurant, which offers a fusion of Asian and Western cuisines. Spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the quaint village of Tai O, known for its stilt houses and fishing culture.
Evening. Return to the city and relax at Repulse Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. Enjoy the golden sands and azure waters before heading to MO Bar for a sophisticated evening cocktail with a view. Reflect on your trip as you gaze at the Hong Kong Skyline one last time.
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