Hong Kong-Macau in Php20k (or less)

Another crucial part in planning the trip was estimating the budget.
But since we already know the places we wanted to visit, where we’re staying at and the routes we’re going to take, budgeting was as easy as pie.
Below is the budget I prepared for our trip*:


Ate Yolly also offers discounted tickets for Disneyland, Ocean Park, Ngong Ping, Tram + Sky Pass and Ferry (Cotai Jet). You can save about HKD15-HKD20 per ticket.
We were able to squeeze in ‘pasalubong’ from the budget above and still had some cash left. πŸ˜€
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*Budget excludes cost of air fare and shopping
**Exchange rate used: HKD1 = Php6Β 
***Lodging is per head based on 2 pax per room
RT^=round tripΒ 
~ticket prices are current at the time of this blog entry~

0 thoughts on “Hong Kong-Macau in Php20k (or less)

  1. I'm no HK expert but I think shopping budget is subjective. If you shop along Canton Road which is famous for high-end labels, then I'm sure 10k is not enough. But 10k for shopping at, say, Citygate Outlet or in the night markets then I'd say prepare to pay for excess baggage :p

  2. Thank you very much. We're planning to stay in Taisan. Your blog is very informative. Pardon me if I'll be asking questions now and then. Thank you πŸ™‚

  3. Good afternoon, what route did you take from Disneyland back to TST? Disneyland Resort – Sunny Bay – which is the faster and shorter route to take? Thanks πŸ™‚

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