Hong Kong & Macau, though both different in several ways are united on one note, the cultural dynamism. A dramatic reaction of a dropping jaw comes calling in Macau, dubbed the Vegas of the East when one encounters the Portuguese influence that too on a substantial level. On the other hand, the home to one of world’s swiftest transport system and an iconic skyline, Hong Kong has sheltered a number of cultures under its roof, Chinese, Japanese, French, you’d get to relish a brilliant potpourri here. For nature lovers, Hong Kong has enchanting neighbourhood adorned with islands and mountains that offer brilliant opportunity to hike or kayak. Macau’s Coloane Village give travellers a chance fall in love with serene rural life and scenic coastline. A food lover at heart? Hong Kong being a melting pot of culture has a variety that can satiate people with a large appetite. Try the mouth-melting dimsums, a bowl of wonton noodles or something from the French cuisine, you’d find them not only delicious but quite authentic as well.