2013-11-30 16:39:54 - Middle East’s first travel group for women to discover Eastern &Western Cultures
Hong Kong boasts many attractions that persuade one to take close look and enjoy the stay, but it can be very difficult at times since the vast variety of attractions combined with time limitations make it difficult to decide where to go, what to see, and where not to spend too long. Answering these questions can sometimes be very challenging and there is no single valid answer to them. This season The World At Her Feet will take off to this Beautiful Exotic journey starting from the 20th-24th January 2014, the travel group will leave for an exciting 5 days & 4 night’s journey to Hong Kong and Macau, the unique fusion of Eastern and Western cultures where the old
and the new live side by side. For Dhs. 5000 per person on twin-sharing basis, the group will enjoy a week of travel and fun in Hong Kong’s Macau.
A seamless blend of Portuguese and Chinese culture, Macau is a city of unique charm, exemplified by the UNESCO World Heritage site status of its historic center. Dramatically contrasting with the center’s old-world charm are the city’s world-class hotels and resorts, expansive tourism and entertainment facilities, luxurious shopping malls and state-of-the-art convention and exhibition venues. Macau also offers mouth-watering cuisine, glittering nights, a visit to Wong Tai Sin Temple originally known as SikSik Yuen and a visit to the Ruins of St. Paul’s, which collectively houses the building of St. Paul’s College and the remains of Mater Dei (built in 1602–1640 and destroyed by fire in 1835)
Tourists generally skip Lantau Island whenever they come to Hong Kong due to time constraints. What they don't realize is that they miss an extremely integral part of their tour a view of the world’s tallest beautiful, serene and beckoning bronze Buddha with 268 steps at the spectacular. A must see attraction one can see the whole of Hong Kong airport with a bunch of jets littering around
The World at her feet is all about new places and new friendships. More and more women are now opting to travel on their own and this is a great way to discover new destination and make lasting friendships along the way. We are always planning trips that women would enjoy and these are usually a combination of adventure, shopping and relaxation – so women get plenty of time to bond and enjoy the trip and the experience” said Paulomi Bhatt, Founder, The World at her Feet.