5 Nights Hong Kong and 7 Nights in Beijing
An Oriental experience exploring the rich cultures of China’s two most popular cities of Hong Kong and Beijing. We have designed this themed vacation experience to revolve around the family, where the kids get to enjoy an array of nonstop modern adventures in Hong Kong to an incredible journey through one of the world’s ancient city’s, Beijing, which holds an abundance of historical treasures, sure to prove invaluable to your kids’ education, a trip you will all love and enjoy.Let’s begin by giving you a little insight into the first part of your vacation Hong Kong, and immediately after that Beijing.Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the most magical places in the world, with world-class shopping and diverse attractions complimented by well-functioning pubic services and clean environment. The Metro System is one of the world’s best. The No.1 most popular destination in Hong Kong is Victoria Peak, where you will ascend by tram. Once at the peak you will get panoramic views of the skyline and if you time it right you will get to see a symphony of lights begin illuminate the buildings. For shopaholics, Hog Kong is the place to go for high-quality bargains with an abundance of luxury stores. Local food cannot be missed, Hong Kong is regarded as Asia’s No.1 for Cantonese cuisine. Cantonese food is usually eaten with four main staple dishes: noodles, rice, rice noodles, or congee – a sort of porridge, made from rice. The most popular food is dim sum, such as dumplings filled with meat or seafood, shrimps. In other places.
Your first 5 Nights
Gold Coast Hotel is the only resort on the New Territories Hong Kong Hold Coast. The award-winning interior designed rooms and suites are complete with all the amenities for the discerning traveller and have open views to the sea or the Yacht and Country Club. The resort’s Kid-themed rooms provide something special for family guests and those young at heart.There are five onsite restaurants varying from Michelin recommended Chinese cuisine YUE, Gold Coast Prime Rib, to daily poolside barbeque at Café Lagoon, catering for a diverse range of palates.
Golden Beach is the largest public beach stretching a kilometre in length sits right in front of the hotel. The beach has all year-round lifeguards and there are a rbecue and changing room facilities. The Gold Coast Precinct shopping plaza, restaurants and marina are within a five-minute walking distance. Access to all the major locations in Hong Kong are within a 20-30-minute drive. Choose from a variety of Kid-themed Rooms for your little ones Outer Space
Kids get to sleep in an outer-space experience, within a giant crater, dressed in an astronaut spacesuit bedding as they look at the planets and stars above. Toddlers can sleep in a rocket, play and explore the sonders of the stars through an in-room telescope. There are treasure hunts and themed workshops to keep the kids well occupied, rounded off with a delicious afternoon tea-set for the whole family to enjoy.
Racing Car - An exciting world of racing cars. A road track that guides the kid’s eyes along the carpet, up the walls and onto the ceiling where min-cars are suspended on an inverted road track. Racing car lights adorn the walls creating a magical effect, accentuated by race flag curtains and gas station inspired king-size bed.Carnival Room A roller coaster, Ferris wheel illuminates the wall, providing the backdrop to a fairground booth bed, topped with bunny prizes. The kids can play at the ticket booth before happily falling asleep into their carousel canopy bed under a ceiling of bunting and hanging carnival icons.
Princess Room - Your little girls gets to relax like a sophisticated member of the royal court, surrounded by lush green walls, atmospheric chandelier lighting and a bathroom for pampering. There is a majestic carriage bed with princess inspired bedding.Paddington Bear Travelling from London, Paddington will be spending his Christmas in Hong Kong, bring love and kindness to your littles ones. The kids will get to receive a Paddington shopping bag upon check-in and engage in a variety of games together with Paddington.
Safari Room - An exciting safari experience, exploring the wildlife paradise, with a jeep shaped bed. The kids get to sit beside the fireplace table and take in the atmospheric camping lanterns and sunset paintings on the walls. Parents get to join in this Premier Seaview Room with unparcelled comfort. The kids can get to sleep in their own tent while the parents sleep in the jeep bed.
Asian Wonder Hong Kong - China
The second part of your journey begins and ends in Beijing, and provides a great foundation of learning for your kids. Beijing, the capital city of China, functions as the country's political centre, cultural centre and international communication centre. This amazing city, regarded as one of the greatest ancient capitals has seen six Chinese ancient dynasties, spanning some 3,000 years. Beijing houses a great many historical attractions, among them, the Great Wall, the Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven, the Forbidden City and the Tiananmen Square, all must see. Beijing’s has a unique charm in modern times embodied with splendid culture. Let’s take a look at some of the most amazing attractions of this city:
Your 7-night stay will be at the Joy City Hotel and Apartments
The Joy City Hotel and Apartment complex is in the west-central Xicheng District of Beijing, within walking distance (500m) to Xidan subway station (line 1 & 4). Tiananmen Square is only 2.5km and Beijing West Railway Station is 5.9km. The 18-story hotel includes 300 guest rooms, which feature premium quality bedding, complimentary access to high-speed Internet, Flat Screen television, Satellite TV, direct-dial telephones, and mini-bar. Bathrooms include bathtub and shower with handheld showerhead, two bathrobes, slippers and shaving mirror. Iron and ironing board are available.
The hotel offers two restaurants. The Chinese restaurant serves a fine selection of Cantonese and Szechuan dishes, while Italian cuisine is available at Four Season Restaurant with an open kitchen. Alternatively, guests can spend a relaxing afternoon enjoying tea and refreshing beverages at the Lobby Bar. There is an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, concierge desk, currency exchange, ticket assistance, business centre, limo service, full-service spa and steam room. Guests can take a stroll in the garden, or use the facilities at the business Centre. Xicheng is an excellent choice for travelers interested in convenient public transportation, architecture and old-town exploration. The district includes the largest part of the old city, where you will find fascinating Chinese architecture, the oldest standing Catholic Church as well as beautiful parks.
Attractions in Beijing - Great Wall of China
Great Wall of China is one of most sought-after historic sight to see and can be reach within a couple of hours from Beijing. Undulating across China from the far west to east, the Great Wall is, one of the Wonders of the World, and well worth a trek. There are several options to tour this incredible sight, off the beaten track, others to the watch towers, and a walk on the wall, each with spectacular views and a refreshing outdoor adventure to get your blood pumping.Forbidden City
The most important historical landmark of Beijing and the Centre of imperial China during the Ming and Qing dynasties. If you want to learn about the history and culture of China, the Forbidden City is the place to be. You can join well organized tours to get a unique travel experience combined with other classic sights Beijing has to offer including the Summer
Palace.Temple of Heaven Beijing
The Temple of Heaven Park is in the Chongwen District, Beijing, covering an area of 2,700,000 square metres and is larger than the Forbidden City. Emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) and Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911) held their Heaven Worship Ceremony at this temple. It is the largest existing masterpiece among China's ancient sacrificial buildings, initially built in 1420, the 18th year of the reign of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644),
Prince Gong’s Mansion Beijing
Prince Gong's Mansion is Beijing's largest and the best preserved Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) princely mansion and is located at Qianhai Xijie. This is an incredible example of ancient Chinese architecture with its cultural connotations. Constructed around 1777, it was originally the private residence of Heshen, a member of the imperial guard. Heshen lived in the era of the Qing Dynasty Emperor Qianlong (1736-1796) and was promoted to positions normally occupied by the most experienced officials, enabling him to acquire great wealth. Qianlong did nothing to curb Heshen's corruption but his successor, Emperor Jiaqing (1796-1820), had him executed and his property. The property was valued at over 800 million ounces of silver, and was confiscated.
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