Hong Kong: 3 days 2 nights Itinerary which gives you almost EVERYTHING HK has to offer!

HONG KONG ITINERARY (3 days 2 nights)

Best Itinerary for you if you want to visit MOST of the TOURIST AREAS in HK. These are arranged in a way that attractions are near each other, so that you can save in transportation costs.

Click the links to see my blog posts/reviews about it. 🙂 

1st Day — Arrival in Hong Kong 7:05 am (Cebu Pacific Air)

  • 7:05- 8:30 —->   transport going to your hotel
  • 8:30- 9:30—–>  drop things off your hotel and take a little rest.
  • 9:30 – 10:00 —> Go to Ocean Park using 629 bus from Admiralty Station
  • 10:00- 5:00pm –> Stay and enjoy Ocean Park! Closing time is 4 or 3.
  •  5:00pm- 6:00pm –> Go to Victoria Peak by taxi (only 20 minutes with leeway costs $10USD or use the tram)
  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm –>Visit Madamme Tussauds Museum (Level 3, Victoria Peak Mall)
  • 8:00pm – 9:00pm ––> Sky Terrace (uppermost level of Victoria Peak) or do some   shopping in the mall
  • 10:00 pm —> go back to the hotel (I know you will be very tired by then!) or you can visit a bar in Sheung Wan, HK.

*All the attractions here are in HK Island and very near each other.

2nd day —> Disneyland Day

  •  7:00————->wake up
  •  7:00 – 9:00 —-> getting ready (breakfast, taking a bath.. etc.)
  •  9:00 – 10:00 –> transporting time going to Disneyland. Ride the subway going to Disneyland
  •  10:00 – 10:00pm –>Enjoy Disneyland and the Fireworks

3rd day –>NGONGPIN 360 and shopping Check out Hotel (bring your bags with you) Best if your travel going back to Manila or your destination is by 7pm

  • 8:00 am –>Check out Hotel
  • 8:00 – 9:00 –-> travel time going to Ngongpin (use subway and get off Tung Chung Station
  • 9:00- 9:30 –> there is a baggage deposit counters or lockers (for rent) in the parking area of the mall right after you went out the Tung Chung Line) Ask the customer service to know where the lockers are exactly located
  • 10:00- 11:00--> eat your lunch in this mall
  • 11:00 – 2:00 pm –> go to Ngongpin 360 and visit the Giant Buddha Just walk towards the escalators leading to Ngongpin 360 cable car. The mall is just adjacent to it.
  •  2:00 -4:00 —> Shop till you drop. I forgot to say that the Mall is a factory outlet of your favorite brands, so it is cheaper to buy there! (to name a few: Mango, Coach, Guess, Esprit, and some high ends one)
  • 4:00 – 5:00 –> Go to the airport using the S1 bus which has a stop near the mall, just ask the guards where it is (travel time approx 15 minutes) and then check-in the airline counters and ready to depart
  • 7:00 —> Go to your own destination! Hope you enjoyed HK! Bye bye!

If you have any questions, feel free to comment below and I will answer it as best and as fast as I could 🙂

To see tips on how to save money in HK–> click here.



1st Day– Ocean Park, Victoria Peak and Madame Tussauds

2nd Day– Visit Ngong Pin 360, and markets in Hong Kong to buy souvenirs (tsim sha tsui), then stroll to Avenue of Stars

3rd Day — Visit Hong Kong Museum or go to Repulse Bay (Beach) and near the area is a temple with a collection of Chinese architecture and some Dragon/Lions.



1st day— Visit Ngong Pin 360, if you arrive in the afternoon in Hong Kong, you go directly to this place before heading to your hotel. At night visit Avenue of Stars

2nd day — Disneyland

3rd Day — If your departure time is in the evening, then I suggest that in the morning visit Victoria Peak to shop for souvenirs and visit Madamme Tussauds


4th HONG KONG ITINERARY 4 days 3 nights

1st Day — Disneyland

2nd day– Ocean park, Madame Tussauds/ Victoria Peak

3rd Day– Have a side trip to Macau and then back again to Hong Kong; in the evening visit Avenue of Stars

4th Day– If flight is in the evening, visit Ngong Pin 360



57 thoughts on “Hong Kong: 3 days 2 nights Itinerary which gives you almost EVERYTHING HK has to offer!”

    1. Hi, the costs depends on the place you will stay in Hong Kong and the attractions you will visit. Here is my post about my budget and total expenses that I spent during my Hong Kong escapades

      However, if you are traveling in a group I suggest you get a package tour because traveling with a big number of people will make your commuting somehow a hassle, especially if you will be riding the bus or taxi (some part of your group might be left while others go first)– this is a hassle especially if you are the one who organized the trip. There are various travel agency there which offers packages in low prices which will give you hotel, airport transfers and you wouldn’t worry about anyone being left behind, you will go and leave together and enter attractions together.

      If you have more questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

  1. Hi,
    Thanks for the tips but can you provide itinerary for 2 days in Hongkong & 1 day in macau, im planning to travel in Nov 24 till 27. I wanted to see Disney, Giant Buddha,Symphony of lights,shopping and other tourist known attractions in HK.

  2. What will you recommend, Ocean park or Disneyland? Or any suggestion for a 5days-4nights HK-Macau or Shenzhen tour? (1day in Macau/Shenzhen). 1st day: 9am arrival in HK, 5th day: 10am departure in HK 🙂 thanks! By the way, would you know if we can get Shenzhen visa in HK for HK$100? I am a Filipino.

    1. Hi Eileen!
      For Disneyland v. Ocean park, https://yannahthewanderer.wordpress.com/2012/01/07/hong-kong-ocean-park-a-thrilling-experience/, https://yannahthewanderer.wordpress.com/2012/01/06/hong-kong-ocean-park-vs-disneyland/ here are my post for both of the theme parks. Anyway, it always depends on your taste. If you like thrilling rides then go to Ocean park, if you are traveling with kids that are fans of disney characters then go visit Disneyland. AS for shenzhen, I’m sorry but I’ve never been to Shenzen. Thank you for visiting my blog. Hope this helps.

      Have a good time there! HAPPY WANDERING!

      1. You can visit these places in Macau…. it is up to you to allocate time for each destination. Old Senate Building, Fisherman’s Wharf, St. Paul Ruins, The Venetian and City of Dreams. I think you can do this in one day, but make sure to allocate more time in The Venetian because it is pretty big And oh, don’t forget to buy egg tarts!! either in Lord Stow’s Bakery or Koi Kei Bakery– you can find both of them in The Venetian, it’s a delicacy there! Enjoy your trip!! 🙂 “Now, I want an Egg Tart!” haha! heading to MOA later!!! 🙂


  3. Hi Yanna how are you? Just want to seek advise on best (budget) itinerary for 3 days & 2 nights in HK this 20-22 October 2012, our departure from HK will be midnight of 23 October 2012 . We are family of 6 (all adults) we will be arriving HK this 20th of October (midnight of Saturday) and we will be staying in Silka Far east (135-143 Castle Peak Road,Tsuen Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong). Since we also plan to visit Macau, we prefer to spend day 1 in Macau straight from the airport then come back HK in the evening to check-in hotel. Appreciate for your soonest reply… Thank you.

    1. Hi Jeany! You didn’t find my hong kong itineraries budget friendly? haha… just joking. Well, you can visit this places, as I suggested to one of my visitors You can go to the Victoria Peak, as it is free, but have a nice view of hongkong during the night. To gain free view, find burger king and at the back of it, there is a balcony where you can get a free view of the night lights, it is better than paying in the sky terrace. You can also go to Chi Lin nunnery which offers a good Chinese garden (although I haven’t been here myself but I had planned going there except for the fact that I was too tired). And also go to a park in Tsuen Wan (after or before you go to disneyland) you can see a building like the temple of heaven in China there, it is a nice and free attraction, I forgot the name of that park. Anyway, these are all the places I can think of. Anyway, if you are going to Macau, You will spend there at least P2500.00 for the ferry ride, so it is quite expensive. But, Macau is worth it. I suggest going there and spending a day or two in the city.

      1. Hi Yannah…I actually didn’t go over much with your itinerary above as I am more concerned on the “order” of places to go in that way we can save on transportation…Anyways, you really help me lot here… Thanks much… 🙂

      2. Jeany, the itinerary I provided above are arranged in a way that the places to be visited are in one area where you will save a lot in terms of transportation costs. I’ve done most of them and when I do itineraries I always research for the distance of this and that so that I will also save in transportation costs, so no worries about it being far from each other. 🙂

  4. hI. i find your blog very informative. i need your help. im preparing our itinerary (2 adults + 2 kids) scheduled on april 21 – 26. we will be arriving at HK at 9am and our flight back to manila is at 11pm. it will be our first time to visit HK and were planning to visit macau (1 day tour) / disneyland / ocean park / victorias peak . Other than that, we cannot think of other place(s) to go to. Ngong ping i think is not fit for the kids. please help. thanks.

    1. You have a lot of time to spend, so why not visit 3 cities all at once, Macau, Hong Kong and Shenzhen, with 2 days each. Hong Kong is pretty small and you can visit almost all of its attractions in three days.

      I suggest you visit Shenzhen too, since it is where the window of the world is located. It is also a city of China but not SAR like hong kong, so you need to get a visa, but there is no problem getting it since you can always get it in the border. It is near hk, so no problem, just a train ride away. You allot at least 2 days in Shenzhen, since it is fantastic for the kids to see the windows of the world. This attraction houses miniature versions of world landmarks so the kids will learn a lot. If only I had enough time during my visit in HK, I would have visited Shenzhen too.. But, next time I go in HK I would really visit this city.

      Thanks for visiting my blog! and don’t forget to like my facebook page! 🙂

  5. Hi,
    Wer going to hk on jan21-25 arriving at hk 12:50am jan22.. so we have wholeday of 22,23 and 24 until 9pm coz our flyt is on jan25 1:30am.. wer planning 1 day in macau.. any sugestion in HK places including disney.. thank

      1. Yup, they are different. Ngong Pin 360 is in Lantau Island, HK while Victoria Peak is in Hong Kong Island, HK. 3-5hours each will be good. Don’t forget to visit Madam Tussauds Museum in Victoria Peak. 😀

      2. Thanks yannahthewanderer for the info, 1st trip abroad., btw, what would you suggest must visit in Ngong Pin or Lantau in moring coz after then where go straight to Disneyland, probably going to spend entire PM there.. Pls do also check if our Last day itinerary can be possible. Morning will be going to The Peak, after will going somewhere that we can do shopping for a little in kowloon or any suggestion places? then to Avenue of the stars and watch symphony of lights. Wait til 9:30pm then go to airport for 1:35am flight..

      3. I think your itinerary is good! Since lantau island is near disneyland. Just make sure that you don’t carry a lot of luggage with you, or you can opt to store them in the lockers. Disneyland have one too, and citygate mall (near ngongpin) also have lockers. 😀 Hmm, last day itinerary? I guess it’s a little bit too much for a day but you can do it. 😀

  6. Hi Yannah!
    Thanks for sharing your HK adventures with us. This is indeed helpful. I was just wondering, would it be better if we go to Ngong Pin on our last day in HK or our first day? Which would be more convenient? Thanks so much!

    1. If you have much time left on your last day in HK, then it is also convenient to visit it on the last day, since lockers are available on the citygate mall, so bringing your luggage with you will not be a problem. At least you are just 15 minutes away from the airport so you won’t need to hurry that much. Just make sure that you have ample time to tour the place (around 4-5 hours).

  7. hi yannah. your blog is very helpful, as we’re going to hong kong this sunday. would like to know if the lockers for rent in citygate mall big enough for luggages? coz we’ll be taking your advice to go to ngong ping on our last day. and also, how do we get around macau?

    1. Yeah, it is fit for luggages, and those lockers are really made for them. 😀 In Macau, you can ride the free shuttles of hotel-casinos like venetian or city of dreams, or you can opt to take public transportation (bus or taxi). 😀


  8. hello. i am amazed by how u answer all the queries here. me and my bf will be going to hk on jan16-20. i have no accomodation yet. can u suggest a hostel not so expensive along causeway bay or hongkong island or tin hau. whichever you think is accessible for first timers like us. we are on a budget and i am wonderin what is most likely the best places to go during our vacation. thank you very much in advance

    1. hi I’m sorry for the late reply since I’m still traveling at the moment• If you haven’t found a place to stay yet, then you Can try Chungking Mansions It is the Cheapest accommodation in Hongkong that I know of•


  9. Hi yannah! Your blogs must have helped a lot of people now 🙂 my husand and i (together with our 6 yr-old daughter) are off to HK on apr 4, arriving around 6:30pm and leaves HK to manila on apr 7 (9pm). We have no accommodation yet and no itinerary as well. It’s our first time in HK, hope you can help us. Thanks!!!! All the best!!!

  10. hi yannahthewanderer,
    Your blog is very helpful especially to a first time traveler like me..
    me any my family (with parents and 2 kids) will be travelling HK on June 14-17,
    Arrival to HK is 9:55AM,June14 and Departure to manila is 9:55Pm.June 17
    Our accommodation is at Cosmo Hotel Mongkok.
    I have made our itinerary with the help of a friend. Please check and give other suggestion, there might have places not yet included in our itinerary. I think we have enough time to explore Hongkong since we will not visiting macau or shenzhen.
    Thanks a lot.
    Friday, June 14, 2013
    9:55 AM Arrive at Hong Kong International Airport;
    11:00 AM Go to Hotel, check-in and leave baggage
    12:00 PM Go to Victoria Peak
    6:00 PM Go to Ladies Market
    9:00 PM Back to Hotel or night out
    Saturday, June 15, 2013
    9:00 AM Go to Ocean Park
    7:00 PM Go to Avenue of Stars and watch Symphony of Lights
    8:30 PM Go to Harbour City and Clock Tower
    10:00 PM Back to Hotel
    Sunday, June 16, 2013
    9:30 AM Go to Disneyland
    9:00 PM Back to Hotel or night out after the fireworks in disneyland
    Monday, June 17, 2013
    9:30 AM Go to Ngong Ping Village to see the Po Lin Monastery, Wisdom Path, and Giant Buddha
    2:00 PM Citygate Outlet
    5:30 PM Go back to Hotel to pick-up stuff (check out)
    6:30 PM Go to Hong Kong International Airport
    7:30 PM Collect Airport Express Travel Pass Octopus Card Refund
    9:55 PM Flight from HKG to MLA
    Many Thanks. I’ll be waiting for your reply.

    1. 9:55 AM Arrive at Hong Kong International Airport;
      11:00 AM Go to Hotel, check-in and leave baggage
      12:00 PM Go to Victoria Peak (12-6pm is really a long time to spend in Victoria Peak. It is just a shopping mall. Unless you will go inside Madame Tussauds (which will only take you 1-2hours inside) I suggest you go here at night since the view at the sky terrace or the balcony is better at night due to lighted buildings etc).
      6:00 PM Go to Ladies Market (this is a good idea, although you can do this together with avenue of stars)
      9:00 PM Back to Hotel or night out
      (if night out is what you want, lan kwai fong, in hk island is the best!)
      Saturday, June 15, 2013
      9:00 AM Go to Ocean Park
      (then after ocean park go to Victoria Peak (as both of them are in HK island, you’ll save money in transpo)
      7:00 PM Go to Avenue of Stars and watch Symphony of Lights
      8:30 PM Go to Harbour City and Clock Tower (Harbour City and Clock tower are in the same area as the avenue of stars. In the Avenue of Stars I suggest stay there for 2 hours. As for the Symphony of Lights, it starts by 8pm.
      10:00 PM Back to Hotel
      Sunday, June 16, 2013 (GOOD IDEA)
      9:30 AM Go to Disneyland
      9:00 PM Back to Hotel or night out after the fireworks in disneyland (you’ll be so tired by then, so it is really a good idea to sleep after disneyland)

      Monday, June 17, 2013 (during this day, I suggest you bring all of your stuff already as NGONGPIN is near citygate and the airport. You can leave your things in Citygate locker rooms for a miniscule fee)
      9:30 AM Go to Ngong Ping Village to see the Po Lin Monastery, Wisdom Path, and Giant Buddha
      2:00 PM Citygate Outlet (this is a good idea! Don’t forget to shop in Esprit and Giordano!)

      5:30 PM Go back to Hotel to pick-up stuff (check out)
      6:30 PM Go to Hong Kong International Airport
      7:30 PM Collect Airport Express Travel Pass Octopus Card Refund (Don’t use Airport Express anymore, just read my other post about “HOW TO SAVE MONEY in HK”
      9:55 PM Flight from HKG to MLA
      Many Thanks. I’ll be waiting for your reply.

  11. hello @yannahthewanderer!!!
    find you blog very informative .i just would like to ask for your suggestion…my bf and i will be going to hk this july..for our anniversary and its our first time to travel abroad ..we`ll be leaving manila at 7;10 pm of jul 7 and be coming back on the 11th at 8:25 am .what do you think is the best itinerary for this sched ? and i really would like to visit macau also ..since we dont have that much time ,where do you think should we visit first in hk ?..i really really need your expert advice on this….thank u in advance ..and is it ok if dont book a hotel and just stay in a 24-hour shopping mall or park ?is there any in hk?

    1. Hi Farrah! Thanks for visiting my blog! In your first night, you can opt to stay in the airport as it is free and no one will bother you or you can go ride the ferry going to Macau (there is a connecting ferry terminal in the airport going to Macau and it operates until 12midnight, but you better check the schedule, since it might have changed) Unfortunately, I don’t know any 24/7 malls in HK, and because of my experience in HK (last december, when I stayed there for almost 2 weeks), malls and even starbucks closes at 9pm! (I was shocked when I knew about the closing time, saatin kasi 1-3am e! haha) while others closes at 8pm. But you can still check if there are 24/7 malls, but as far as central and wan chai is covered, I can say that there’s no 24/7 malls (but you can always correct me if I’m wrong). About a park though, there are a lot of parks that I think is 24/7, Kowloon and victoria park can be an example. And as for your itinerary, it will always depend on your interests, if you love theme parks then you can follow my itinerary above, although you can only choose either disneyland or oceanpark (I suggest you go to oceanpark as it is more thrilling!). Visit Macau in one whole day and you can spend the night in the Casino, for sure it is 24/7, though no sleeping is allowed there. If you worry about accommodations, there are a lot of cheap accommodations out there, you can check chungking mansions in HK. Or you can even try Couchsurfing.org (I’ve tried it and it’s amazing, It’s a community for providing homestay for free but don’t forget to be sensitive and thankful to your hosts and you should give back to the community too). If you have other questions, just ask. 🙂 Thanks for visiting!

  12. hi! yannahthewanderer
    great blog, indeed! this is really very helpful esp for first time travelers. Me and my husband together with my 3 yo son will be visiting HK in August for our anniv and son’s bday. I am not certain if I will go for a package for convenience or do the adventure thingy as suggested by my friend. I’m having difficulty creating an itinerary due to our flight schedule. I was able to book a promo fare but got a round trip red eye flight 😦 We will be arriving Hk by Augsut 19, 1:35am and will have a return flight August 23, 0220am. I’m really hopeful you can provide a suggestion for HK Macau trip. I would appreciate your precious time and any help you can extend 🙂

    1. Hi Mhy, Sorry for the late response, however, it’s better late than never, so here you go:
      1st day: Aug 19: half day tour: Victoria Peak (try the tram), Madamme Tussauds wax museum (don’t miss), Sky Terrace and then head to Avenue of Stars (located in Tsim Sha Tsui) and enjoy the view, be there before 8 pm so that you can witness the light show.
      2nd day: Aug 20: Disneyland
      3rd day: Aug 21: One day Macau tour (just visit st. paul ruins, venetian and city of dreams, dont forget to try an egg tart) then go back to hk
      4th day: Aug 22: You can opt to go to Ocean Park or Go to Ngongpin 360
      Ngongpin 360 directions: at around 9 or 10am (check out in your hotel), leave your luggage in Citygate mall lockers (Tungchung station) and then walk a bit towards ngongpin cable car platform and you are ready to go Ngongpin/Lantau Island. You can easily spend a day here because of the numerous attractions, and then by 4 pm go to citygate factory outlet mall (you can shop here since it’s an outlet mall, meaning prices are very low compared to malls, everything are in a discounted price, the stores are well known brands.) Then get your luggages and head to the airport.

      Hope this helps, and thanks for visiting my blog! 🙂

      1. Hi yanna! I appreciate the response and thank you. Our trip is still in August so this is really helpful and Thanks also for the suggestion and for looking into time specifics…I will definitely consider following that itinerary. God bless 🙂

  13. Hello Yannah,
    Me, my wife and our 2 boys (7yrs & 2yrs) will be going to HK arrival on June 4, 2013 9:55am and be staying there until June 7, 2013 departure time 7:30pm via cebu pacific. We booked Butterfly on Wellington hotel for the 1st night the Disney’s Hollywood hotel for the 2nd & third night. we would like to maximize our visit kindly give suggested itenerary. we would like to follow your 3 day 2 night itenerary but with two kids i dont think we can stay out late. anyway our stay is 4 days & 3 nights. Thanks!

    1. I suggest you go to: (but its up to you to allocate time)
      1st day: Victoria Peak (try the tram), Madamme Tussauds wax museum (don’t miss), Sky Terrace and then head to Avenue of Stars (located in Tsim Sha Tsui) and enjoy the view, be there before 8 pm so that you can witness the light show.
      2nd day: Check out hotel, leave baggage at the baggage counter of your hotel and head to Ocean Park or Macau (have a day tour only), tell your hotel in disneyland that you’ll be checking in late, then after tour check in to your disneyland hotel
      3rd day: Whole day disneyland
      4th day: If you purchased the 2 day pass then stay at disneyland until noon then head to Tung Chung, leave your baggage in the paid lockers in Citygate outlet malls, and then go to Ngongpin/Lantau Island. You have 2 options, leave disneyland hotel early instead of wandering in Disneyland, then shop in Citygate until 1 pm (this is an outlet mall so prices are really low for your favorite brands) then head to Ngongpin to see the temple, the Buddha and also to experience a long cable car ride (make sure to purchase the crystal cabin since it’s a different and more exciting experience). Then head to the airport.

      Hope this helps. Thank you for visiting my blog!

      1. Thank you so much! The itenerary is helpful, will do it as best we can! God bless u! Last question, where can we buy cheap electronics and lego toys, me and my eldest are lego addicts! Thanks!

  14. hi yannah! i found ur blog very informative and thank u for that. we will be having our tour this oct3-6,2013.. its our first time to travel in hongkong with my husband and my 4yr old son. please help me with my itinerary, as well as do u have an idea of a hotel to stay w/c is convenient in our tour and with the transportation. what is best to do? contact a travel agency for a package tour or we’ll just do it ourself? we will arrive hongkong on oct.3,2013 at 9am and leave hongkong on oct6 at 9am also. please help me yannah. thank you so much. bdway we wont be visiting macau since its more costly (hehe), just around hongkong. thanks a lot. Godbless

    1. You can do it yourself, it’s better and gives you more flexibility. Janus everything is stated above, I’ve given enough options above to choose from, or you can read my answers to previous comments in this page, it will help you do your own itinerary. Trust me, doing your own itinerary is better and more exciting! 🙂 Moreover, doing an itinerary depends on your tastes, so my choice might be different from you… As for the hotel, it depends on your budget or what district in HK you wanna stay, Kowloon and HK island is more expensive than those in the outlying islands. I’ve stayed in L’Hotel Nina, it is located in Tsuen Wan and it’s a good 5 star hotel with a cheap price, or you can always check airbnb.com for apartments for rent. As for Macau, I suggest that you visit this or Shenzhen, since you are already in the area so why not explore more? sayang naman kasi ng airfare, sulitin na, you can try Shenzhen for a change and your 4 year old son might like it there because of the miniature versions of world wonders. To know more about my HK trip (budget, tips etc) click here! Happy Wandering!

  15. hi yanna! i would like to ask if what is the alternative itinerary for our last day in hongkong aside from visit to ngong pin our flight will be 9:00 pm, well i prefer shopping and we will be staying at casa hotel in kowloon. thank you

  16. hi yanna its me again anyway can u help me on my itinerary because our flight will be nextweek and its on our birthday(me and my boyfriend). so here it goes im still confused on my itinerary on my first and last day in hk. flight info is aug 7(7 am arrival in hk via cebu pac and departure will be on aug 9 by 9pm).im not sure which day would i schedule my shopping and ocean park. well your itinerary is very much helpful specially on the first day but i want to visit also the ladies market and temple market on the same date, please help thanks a lot

  17. Hi yannah,your blog is very informative..me and my sis together with our nephew will be visiting hongkong next month..we will depart mla at 7pm and arrive at 9pm,i just want to know if it is ok to stay at the airport til morning..its my first time to visit hk and without the help of a travel agency..i will just follow your itinerary and also can you help to suggest the cheap hotel accomodation…thanks n advance…emy

  18. Hi yannah…i really like your blog…can you please help me with our itinerary. i will be going to hongkong with 4 adults and 3 kids (3 families) for 6 days… and this will be our first time there…but because we booked separately, we have different flight schedule…only the disneyland and ocean park are the places that i know that we can visit…and after i read all the above conversations…i had an idea to also visit macau…and that would be another great trip to experience… can you also suggest a budget friendly hotel to stay with kids… 🙂 i hope to hear from you also..thanks much…!

  19. hi, we’re going to hk 2adults + 1child this oct.23-26,2013 our arrival is 7pm we’re staying at just inn our departure on 26th is 10am please help me arrange my itinerary we’re planning to visit disneyland & mongkok. TIA

    1. I’m sorry bads, but as far as i see it, my post and other answers from previous queries can help and guide you to do your own itinerary. Try doing your own itinerary it is better that way. It is more fulfilling that way.

  20. Hi Yannah, May i know how much will it cost for 2 nights & 3days tour in HK for this month? If possible included the cheap hotel for 2 persons … Thanks a lot.

  21. You’re so amazing yannah. I’m so glad, I found your blog. My wife and I will travel to HK by dec.26 (2:25PM arrival) and will be back to Manila dec 29 (5:50PM departure). Your 3-day itinerary is perfect for Dec 27 to 29. However, we might fall short with the last day activities (esp. shopping in the factory outlet which you mentioned 2-4PM) coz we need to be in the airport before 5:50PM. Also, we still have time on the 26th. what can you suggest to maximize our stay there? Thanks a lot and will be waiting for your response. 🙂

    1. I suggest that during your first day you can go to the outlet shop even before you go to the hotel. Since it’s along the way especially if you are going to use the ordinary commuter trains. (Tung chung line)

  22. hi yannah will be leaving in manila on july 17 6pm,and going back to manila is july 20 11pm,anong itinerary ma suggest mo samin 1st tymer kasi kami.

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