1-5,Hong Kong

Re-energise yourself with a visit to Hong Kong. This vibrant, buzzing, chaotic city has many irresistible landmarks begging for a visit. Take the funicular up to The Peak, from where the city is laid out beneath you, its skyscrapers jostling for space and a harbour view. Take a ride on the Star Ferry to Kowloon’s many shops and markets before retreating to the solace and sanctuary of Lantau Island.

1h40m to Taipei


Explore Taipei’s diverse architecture, from ancient temples to the dazzling Taipei 101 building, once the tallest in the world. Pulsating night markets, such as Shilin Market, are the place to try the delicious street food on offer in the Taiwanese capital, seamlessly blending the Chinese, Japanese, and Western influences that characterise the city.

1h40m to Taipei


Be enthralled by Macau’s unique blend of heritage sites showcasing Chinese and Portuguese cultures. Don’t miss Macau’s most popular attractions, the Ruins of St. Paul’s and Senado Square, lined with colonial mansions. As night falls, pay a visit to one of the city’s lively casinos and try your luck.