- Return resort / hotel transfers
- 5 nights at the Parigata Resort & Spa Bali
- 2 nights at the Cityview Hotel Hong Kong
- Breakfast daily
- Accommodation rates are determined by the relevant hotel’s yield management and are not a set rate but rather determined by the occupancy levels at the time of booking.
- A high season supplement of R390 per person applies for travel 1 March - 31 March 2017.
- Packages are subject to availability at the time of the reservation.
- Passport & visa costs (if applicable), travel insurance & items of a personal nature are also not included.
- Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to airfare increases and currency fluctuations.
- Rebooking and cancellations fees apply.
- All prices are per person sharing unless otherwise specified.
- Standard terms and conditions apply.
Kowloon, Hong Kong
The hotel features 422 modern guestrooms and suites with a full range of in-room amenities.
Room facilities include
• Individually controlled air-conditioning
• Remote-controlled satellite television
• Hair Dryer
• Tea/Coffee making facilities
• In-room safety box
RESTAURANTS & BARS
CITY CAFÉ, THE ATRIUM & THE BALCONY : Enjoy savour authentic cuisine at our restaurants and lounge – City Cafe, The Balcony and The Atrium and explore the ultimate fine-dining experience!
• Restaurants and bar
• Room service
• Swimming pool
• Fitness room
• Tour desk & information
Easy access to shopping
Close to local transport
WELCOME TO HONG KONG
This city, which echoes Chinese traditions and colourful festivals, is set amongst astounding surrounds on a wonderful natural harbour.With a combination of fantasticmuseums, an abundance of restaurants, vibrant nightlife, open air markets and quaint back street alleyways, this bustling metropolisoffers a sharp contrast of modern living alongside a historic past.Hong Kong is indeed the Orient’s brightest pearl.
It’s affordable and easy to get around Hong Kong, via the Mass Transit Railway (MTR), buses and taxis.Whether you stay on the Kowloon Peninsula or Hong Kong Island, you can zip between the two in minutes, the Star Ferry being the most exciting method. And don't forget your feet – it’s exciting and easy to explore this dynamic city on foot.
Hong Kong is an all-year-round destination. From the middle of September to the end of February offers a mild climate, followed by a rather warm, humid and rainy May to mid-September. August registers the highest rainfall.January to February can get as cold as 10% so warmer clothing is a must.
Cantonese is the officiallanguageinHong Kong, however, English is widely understood.
WHAT TO WEAR
Hong Kong’s subtropical climate means loose-fitting cotton clothing is sensible; however include a light sweater as the air-conditioning in certain establishments can be chilly. Warmer clothes are advisable from December to February whilst a light waterproof jacket is recommended for the rainy season between May and September.
The electric current is 220 volts AC (50 cycles) and the majority of electrical outlets in Hong Kong take a three-pronged plug, so you will need to take an adapter.
Generally, visitors do not require vaccinations unless coming from or passing through a designated contaminated area.Bottled mineral water is recommended.
PASSPORT & VISA INFORMATION
Visitors to Hong Kong require a valid passport (which must be valid for at least six months after one has RETURNED to South Africa and feature aminimum of four blank pages).South African passport holders do not require a visa for a maximum stay of 1 month;but it is advisableto check with the relevant Embassy before departure.
The currency is the Hong Kong Dollar.US Dollars, Pounds and Euros are accepted at hotels.
A service charge is already included in all prices. Tips, in general, are not mandatory, and you should only give them if you are really content with the service offered. Waiters, bellboys, porters, restroom attendants and taxi drivers will happily accept loose change.
Hong Kong is 6 hours ahead of South Africa.
Chinese festivals are an enchanting and mesmerising experience.Hong Kong’s major traditional festivals are colourful, noisy affairs with thousands and thousands of people turning out to join the celebrations. Fireworks, festive feasting, dragon dancers, incense smoke and parades come in a variety of combinations to create a uniquely festive atmosphere seen nowhere else in the world.Popular festivals includeChinese New Year (en January / beginning February), Dragon Boat Festival (June) and the Shopping Festival (August).