Hong Kong is a vibrant metropolis, a global financial hub, a culinary capital and a shopping paradise. Modern high-rises soar next to ancient temples whilst Michelin-star food is found at hidden food stalls. A place equally a concrete jungle and a hiking paradise. Hong Kong is also steeped in tradition and, nicknamed ‘Asia’s World City’, truly one of the most fascination destinations in the world.
Macau is known as the “Las Vegas of Asia” and is the epicentre of glitz and gambling. It lies some 60 kilometres south-west of Hong Kong, reachable within just one hour on the ferry. But look beyond the world-class entertainment and you’ll find the unique heritage and culture of this ex-Portuguese colony. The alleys and winding lanes of the well-preserved Taipa Village are home to great Portuguese and Macanese restaurants, the village museum, art spaces, Chinese temples, colonial churches and street food stalls. The historic centre of Macau is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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