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HONG KONG & CHINA


Hong Kong & China From the ancient traditions of China to Hong Kong’s fascinating blend of East meets West, this is one of the world’s most intriguing regions to discover.


CONTENTS Nothing beats Creative Holidays

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HONG KONG Reasons to visit Hong Kong 08 Creative Club exclusive offers

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China itineraries

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Cruising from Hong Kong

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10 things to do in Hong Kong

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Kowloon

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Hong Kong Island

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Macau

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CHINA Reasons to visit China

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Beijing

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Shanghai

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Guangzhou

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Xian

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Yangtze River Cruises

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Hotel features grid

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Important information

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Reasons to visit Hong Kong ... WE’VE BEEN SENDING AUSSIES OVERSEAS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS, SO WHATEVER YOU’RE IN TO, WE’LL HELP YOU FIND IT IN HONG KONG. A leading financial epicentre, a diverse cultural hub and home of the classic Bruce Lee action films, Hong Kong is an enigmatic city with a vibrant cultural fabric. Beneath its sprawling skyline, the island’s thriving population is kept busy creating some of the world’s best shopping, entertainment and nightlife. Add to this a long and action-packed history plus a truly multicultural population, and it’s not surprising that Hong Kong is often referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’.

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On arrival at the airport, it’s a good idea to buy an Octopus card for use on most forms of public transport. Just touch your card over the Octopus reader, and the payment will be deducted instantly.

Retail therapy With night markets, megamalls, and more designer stores than you can poke a credit card at, Hong Kong is the perfect destination for shopping up a storm. The huge range of products and prices makes the shopping scene attractive to everyone, whether you’re a bargain hunter or a big spender.

Cultural history Hong Kong’s lengthy and varied colonial past makes for a fascinating and insightful history lesson. With some of the best museums and educational centres in all of Asia, including the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and Hong Kong Museum of History, culture vulture travellers will not be disappointed. Don’t miss the Hong Kong Space Museum for a remarkable insight into astronomy and space science, easily recognisable by its giant dome exterior.


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Hours of fun Kids (and big kids) rejoice. Not only does Hong Kong have two gigantic theme parks, but they’re two of the biggest and the best in the world! Visit Hong Kong Disneyland and wander through seven magical lands based on stories of mystery, Wild West, Toy Story, fantasy, adventure, space and Americana. And for a different experience, visit Ocean Park where you can enjoy amazing rides and watch spectacular shows with performing dolphins, seals and more!

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Macau Located just an hour-long ferry ride from Hong Kong, Macau impresses millions of visitors every year with its luxurious hotels, world-class shopping and international horse racing events. It’s also got some spectacular casinos, one of which appeared in the James Bond film, ‘Skyfall’. Famous for: being the Las Vegas of Asia.

Fabulous food With roughly one restaurant for every 600 people, and a whole host of latenight eateries open until three, four or even five in the morning, there’s no excuse for going hungry in Hong Kong. Better still, no matter whether you eat at a swanky restaurant or snack from the night markets, the food is guaranteed to be fast, delicious and top quality. Make sure you try the Sachima, a traditional Chinese pastry that varies from chewy to crunchy in texture and is often sprinkled with sesame seeds.

Taiwan Hop on a 1.5-hour flight from Hong Kong and you’ll find yourself in beautiful Taiwan. A state of true diversity, this is a spiritual land of Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian temples, with a pulsating modern capital, delicious cuisine, sandy beaches, bustling markets and natural hot springs. Famous for: stunning natural scenery and temples.

Incredible nature Think that Hong Kong is a concrete jungle of high-rises and asphalt surfaces? Think again. Almost 70% of Hong Kong's territory is made up of country parks, beaches and lush green mountains, which means it’s easy to enjoy both urban and natural wonders. For water sport junkies, there’s also a great range of aquatic activities, like yachting, canoeing and swimming.

Chengdu The Chinese city of Chengdu is a short 2.5hour flight from Hong Kong – capital of the sprawling Sichuan Province, best known as the ‘Heavenly State’. Here, you’ll find nature reserves, picturesque temples, countless tiny restaurants and charming teahouselined streets. Be sure to challenge a friendly local to a game of Mahjong. Famous for: Giant Pandas at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.

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Creative Club exclusive offers Whether you’re looking for luxury, seeking adventure or just want to relax and unwind, we’ve got a hotel package to suit every travel style. Check out these suggestions or get in touch with a Creative Holidays specialist or travel agent who can help you build your own perfect trip.

A city rich in culture and diversity, Hong Kong continues to impress guests with its contrast of traditional customs, modern architecture and dynamic way of life. The city’s magnificent skyline glitters against the waters of Victoria Harbour, while the bustling streets below are cloaked in cosmopolitan smells and sounds.

Shop in Shenzhen

3 nights from $ pp*

629

What you get: • Three nights at the 4-star Holiday Inn Golden Mile in a Deluxe Room • Late check out until 3pm • HKD$500 hotel credit • A Shenzhen City & Shopping Tour with a delicious Dim Sum lunch. You’ll travel by train across the Chinese border, tour around Shenzhen city, and visit Shenzhen Museum and Arts and Crafts Centre, followed by a dim sum lunch at the Shenzhen Shangri-La Hotel. Enjoy the bargains and shop up a storm at Lo Wu Shopping Mall before heading back to Hong Kong by train. Perfect for: shopping addicts looking for a Hong Kong bargain.

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Family Fun

3 nights from $ pp*

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What you get: • Three nights at the 4-star Gateway Hotel Hong Kong in a Gateway Superior room • Upgrade to Premier Room (if available) • Welcome drink on arrival • Late check out until 4pm • An Ocean Park Tour, where you’ll experience the unique combination of fascinating marine life, breathtaking scenery, spectacular thrill rides and a chance to see the pandas. This tour includes a visit to a jewellery workshop. Perfect for: the whole clan – mums, dads and kids will thoroughly enjoy this adventure.


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Taste of the city

2 nights from $ pp*

305

What you get: • Two nights at the 4-star Harbour Plaza North Point in a Superior City View Room • Late check out until 4pm (in low season) • A guided Central & Sheung Wan Foodie Tour – you’ll taste your way through the business areas of Central and Sheung Wan, meandering off the beaten path to unearth hidden gems and savour some of Hong Kong’s delicacies. Indulge in noodles and rice dishes, dim sum, drinks and dessert, discovering the history and culture of the city along the way. All tastings at six different eateries are included in the ticket price. • High Tea for two guests

Hong Kong Luxury

3 nights from $ pp*

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What you get: • Three nights at the 5-star The Peninsula Hong Kong in a Deluxe Room in the Original Building • Breakfast daily • A City & Harbour by Night Tour, starting with dinner at Bubba Gump restaurant, located at Victoria Peak. You’ll visit Temple Street Market, famous for its inexpensive bargains, fortune tellers and Chinese street opera performances, then round off the evening with a delightful harbour cruise. Perfect for: lovers of luxury, who also appreciate fresh shrimp and a good bargain!

Perfect for: the ultimate foodie, who’s also keen for a taste of local culture.

* Terms and conditions apply to all deals and packages. See online for more details.

Historic Hong Kong

3 nights from $ pp*

459

What you get: • Three nights at the 4-star Regal Kowloon Hotel in a Deluxe Room • Late check out until 4pm • Free Wi-Fi (normally payable) • The Land Between Tour, which includes a visit to Yuen Yuen Institute, Tai Mo Shan mountain, a Hakka walled village in Fanling, the Luk Keng countryside and a fish-farming zone at Sam Mun Tsai. You’ll stop for lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui, and explore the local neighbourhood at your own pace. Perfect for: travellers wanting a taste of traditional Hong Kong.

Magnificent Macau

3 nights from $ pp*

655

What you get: • Three nights at the 4-star Grand Emperor Hotel in a Deluxe Room • Upgrade to Executive Room (if available) • One evening cocktail in the lobby lounge • HKD$100 spa coupon • HKD$200 coupon to be used in restaurants and lounge • Free mini bar • Free Wi-Fi • Macau TurboJET return to Hong Kong International Airport • A Macau City Tour, taking in the sights like the Ruins of St Paul’s, Kun Iam Statue, A-Ma Temple, Macau Tower and the famous casinos. Perfect for: travellers keen for a punt on the blackjack table (Macau is famous for its gambling industry).

All packages include: • Airport transfers

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China itineraries Not the type to settle in one location? If you can’t stand being idle, check out one of our favourite China packages below – you’ll have the chance to explore the best of Hong Kong, Beijing and Xian on this jam-packed, six-day tour.

Hong Kong, Beijing & Xian 5 nights from

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WHAT YOU GET • Economy class air travel from Hong Kong • Five nights accommodation • Sightseeing as specified • Meals as specified • Return coach transfer between hotel and airport in Hong Kong* *Only available to hotels covered by coach transfer service and during coach transfer operating hours. Private transfers can be arranged (with additional cost).

DAY 1: HONG KONG – BEIJING • Be transferred from your hotel in Hong Kong to Hong Kong Airport (if applicable) • Fly from Hong Kong to Beijing, and be transferred to your hotel on arrival • Enjoy free time in the evening after dinner • Dinner included • Visit Olympic Green and see the world-famous Bird’s Nest and Water Cube • Gear up for a day of exploring the magnificent Great Wall • Visit Summer Palace, a former playground for Chinese emperors who used to escape the summer heat with their concubines • Enjoy an exciting Chinese Kung Fu show (or similar variety show) in the evening • Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

DAY 3: BEIJING • In the morning, explore the treasures of the Imperial Palace in the magnificent Forbidden City, followed by a visit to the imposing Tiananmen Square

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DAY 4: BEIJING – XIAN • Fly to Xian in the morning. On arrival, you’ll visit the Old City Wall, the most complete city wall that has survived in China, initially built in the Ming Dynasty • Be transferred to your hotel after dinner • Breakfast and dinner included

DAY 5: XIAN • Discover the unique, world-famous Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, before visiting the impressive Giant Wild Goose Pagoda • Tuck into an opulent dumpling banquet, followed by the Tang Dynasty show • Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

DAY 6: XIAN – HONG KONG • After breakfast, be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Hong Kong • Upon arrival, be transferred back to your hotel in Hong Kong (if applicable) • Breakfast included

* Terms and conditions apply to all deals and packages. See online for more details.

DAY 2: BEIJING

• Visit the beautiful Temple of Heaven and explore the capital’s famous Hutong district on board an old-fashioned pedicab. This tour also includes a visit to a local family and the old Drum Tower • For dinner, tuck into a famous Peking duck banquet • Breakfast, lunch and dinner included


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Cruising from Hong Kong

*All prices based on per person, twin share rates. Terms and conditions apply (please see page 41).

FOR THOSE WANTING TO LIVE IT UP ON THE HIGH SEAS, STAR CRUISES BRINGS YOU THE BEST CRUISING EXPERIENCES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION. THEIR INNOVATIVE FREESTYLE CRUISING CONCEPT LETS GUESTS TAKE THE LEAD. NO MATTER HOW YOU WANT TO DRESS, WHAT ACTIVITIES YOU DESIRE, AND WHOM YOU PREFER TO DINE WITH, IT’S ALL UP TO YOU – AND IT ALL ADDS UP TO THE PERFECT CRUISE HOLIDAY. COME ON BOARD AND EXPERIENCE THE THRILLS, RELAXATION AND PAMPERING THE WAY CRUISING SHOULD BE.

CRUISING ON VIRGO

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Put relaxing and flexible freestyle cruising on the agenda with a trip on board the SuperStar Virgo. Elegant and sophisticated, every deck teems with endless fun, activities and first-class entertainment. You’ll be immersed in a resort-at-sea environment, enjoying a spate of onboard facilities – from top-class international restaurants and all-day dining options to champagne bars, a swimming pool,

SuperStar Virgo’s comprehensive range of suites and staterooms will suit all tastes and budgets. Whichever you choose, you’ll spend the night in well-appointed surroundings.

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10 things to do in ... Hong Kong EXPLORING HONG KONG IS A FEAST FOR THE SENSES. FROM DELICIOUS STREET FOOD AND HATTED RESTAURANTS, TO LOCAL MARKETS, DESIGNER SHOPPING AND CULTURAL SIGHTS, THIS CITY HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. DISCOVER MORE CREATIVE CLUB EXPERIENCES ONLINE, CALL US OR SEE YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT.

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Hong Kong Island Tour If you’re looking for the perfect way to discover Hong Kong’s delights, look no further. You’ll head up Victoria Peak by Peak Tram, visit Aberdeen (and partake in an optional sampan ride), drive past the historic Repulse Bay, then shop Stanley Market for bargains and visit a prestigious jewellery workshop. Hot tip: Have your English name transcribed into Chinese calligraphy at Stanley Market – it’s a fabulous souvenir!

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Hot tip: Inside the Tian Tan Buddha is said to be a relic of Gautama Buddha. If you want to see it, make sure you purchase an offering.

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Taste your way through the business areas of Central and Sheung Wan. On this signature food tour, you’ll stroll off the beaten track to unearth hidden gems and savour some of Hong Kong’s favourite food and drinks. Indulge in noodles and rice dishes, a variety of dim sum, plus delicious drinks and desserts. Along the way you’ll learn about the city’s history and culture as you explore the back alleys of the financial district. Hot tip: Bring your appetite – you’ll be stopping at six eateries along the way for tastings. 14 — Hong Kong & China

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Take a ferry out to Lantau Island and head up to the beautiful Po Lin Monastery and giant Tian Tan Buddha statue by coach. Your tour includes a visit to Cheung Sha Beach, plus a walking tour of the traditional Tai O fishing village and Ngong Ping village. After all that walking, you’ll be treated to an authentic vegetarian lunch, then head back to town by cable car from the top of the mountain (subject to weather and cable maintenance).

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Macau Day Tour Known for its casinos and Grand Prix car race, Macau was colonised by the Portuguese for 400 years before reverting to Chinese rule in 1999. You’ll visit the Ruins of Sao Paulo, the bronze Statue of Kum Yam (the Goddess of Mercy), A-Ma Temple and Macau Tower (optional package is available to view Macau from the 61st floor observation deck), and experience one of the city’s famous casinos. Your tour includes lunch plus transfers between Hong Kong and Macau (60 minutes fast ferry each way). Hot tip: Visitors wearing shorts and thongs won’t be allowed inside the casinos.

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Harbour Lights & Lei Yue Mun Enjoy a nighttime boat cruise around Hong Kong, including a sumptuous Chinese dinner at the Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village, then admire the glittering harbour as you partake in the boat’s complimentary open bar. Hot tip: Make sure you bring your camera – there’s nothing like seeing the bright lights of the city sparkling back at you.


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Ocean Park Tour

Ocean Park offers a unique combination of fascinating marine life, breathtaking scenery, spectacular thrill rides and a chance to see the pandas! Your tour includes a visit to a jewellery workshop. Hot tip: Don’t miss the panda habitat where you can get up close to giant pandas munching on bamboo leaves.

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Shekou & Guangzhou Tour

Guangzhou (formerly Canton) is the largest city in Southern China and has a history stretching back 2000 years. On this tour you’ll catamaran up the Pearl River to Shekou – part of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. You’ll also see the Terracotta Warriors Exhibition Hall, before getting a coach to Guangzhou for a city tour. Hot tip: You’ll need to bring your passport with you to take part in this tour.

Travel by train across the border of China for a tour around Shenzhen city, then explore Dafen Oil Painting Village – where thousands of artists recreate copies of famous artworks. You’ll then visit an exhibition of Terracotta Warriors and a mineral product store. After lunch, there’s shopping at the famous Lo Wu Shopping Mall and finally return to Hong Kong by train. Hot tip: Don’t forget to bring your passport – it’s required when crossing the border.

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Hong Kong Pass The ‘See Hong Kong Pass’ allows you to save up to 40% on sightseeing in the metropolitan city of Hong Kong. You can choose from a fantastic array of top attractions in the city and plan your own itinerary. Hot tip: Tickets expire within one month from card collection, and enable you to visit four attractions of your choice.

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Open-top Bus See Hong Kong from an open-top bus with a hop-on, hop-off system that allows you to explore the city on your own schedule. Choose from a single route ticket, or a one or two day ticket. The one or two day ticket will give you access to multiple routes, and also includes a return journey on the upper deck of Star Ferry and Peak Tram ride, entrance to Sky Terrace at Victoria Peak and a sampan ride. Hot tip: Jump on the green route for some serious market shopping and explore the bustling, open-air Stanley Market.

“We upgraded to a Crystal Cabin on the Hong Kong Ngong Ping 360 cable car and enjoyed incredible views of the mountains and villages below. Experience it with your See Hong Kong Pass." Kim The Travel Corporation, Design Studio Manager

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Immerse yourself in the all-new, one-of-its-kind Grizzly Gulch, and embark on your own Wild West adventure with a ride on Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars, a unique and innovative, multidirectional terrain-style coaster wrapped around by a spectacular and amazing wilderness landscape.

Voyage in the Adventureland jungle by boat, marvel at the vibrant dance of a musical based on The Lion King, and climb high to Tarzan’s Treehouse!

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Fantasyland

Come explore Mystic Point, the entirely new and original experience that brings guests on a truly mysterious adventure, developed exclusively for Hong Kong Disneyland. You are invited to board the Mystic Magneto-Electric Carriage in Mystic Manor and engage all your senses as you explore the manor with a front-row experience. You can never be quite certain what mysteries will be unlocked within such an extraordinary collection. At Mystic Point, you can’t always trust your senses. Discover for yourself what is real and what is not!

Step through the castle doors to a place where Disney stories come to life in Fantasyland. Meet princesses, watch a fabulous show or ride with Dumbo.

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Have a larger than life adventure in Toy Story Land. Toy Story Land has the BIGGEST new attractions when you’re shrunk to the size of a toy! Join the toys from your favourite Toy Story films for playtime in Andy’s backyard where everyone can explore this oversized world with its larger-than-life attractions.

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Tomorrowland

Explore the early 20th-century American town of Main Street, U.S.A. as you stroll the quaint streets, join the lively parades or watch the exciting fireworks spectacular.

At Tomorrowland, discover the thrill of space as you ride through the dark on an indoor roller coaster, battle aliens with Buzz Lightyear and more!

HONG KONG DISNEYLAND RESORT HOTELS

Guests can complete their Disney experience at one of two themed hotels just a short distance from the Park. Enjoy spacious rooms, breathtaking views and unparalleled Disney services and child-friendly facilities.

Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel The Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel is a grand hotel with Victorian elegance. Enjoy indoor and outdoor Swimming Pools, Fitness Centre, Kingdom Gifts, Outdoor Ball Games, Mickey Maze and Hotel Activities for Kids. Style: Victorian Atmosphere: Magical From

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Disney’s Hollywood Hotel Fun for the whole family can be found at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel. Enjoy spacious rooms in this Hollywoodthemed hotel that offers great value. Take photos with classic cars, stroll through the gardens or relax at the poolside. Style: Hollywood Atmosphere: Family-friendly

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“Don’t miss a special buffet breakfast with Disney’s famous characters at Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel’s Enchanted Garden Restaurant. It’s the ultimate in family fun with great photo opportunities!”

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Kowloon Take a stroll down Kowloon’s famous Avenue of Stars and prepare to feel like a celebrity in this exciting part of town.

Whether you’re visiting one of the dozens of museums and galleries in the area, shopping up a storm in the bustling megamalls, or taking a calming stroll through the gardens of Kowloon Park, you’ll never be lost for things to do in this lively city.

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See hotels features grid on page 38–39 21. Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers 22. Stanford Hillview Hotel 23. The Cityview Hotel 24. The Kimberley Hotel 25. The Kowloon Hotel 26. The Langham, Hong Kong 27. The Mira Hong Kong 28. The Peninsula Hong Kong

Local Tips: • If you’re a fan of crime films, you’ll love a visit to the Kowloon Walled City Park – previously a hotspot for all kinds of organised crime and gang activity (and now just a rather pleasant Chinese garden). • On the 118th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), Ozone Bar is the highest watering hole in the world. Enjoy a wide range of signature cocktails (including incredible lychee martinis), Asian tapas and spectacular city views. • Wander the streets of Yau Ma Tei, and stop off at Mido Café – famed for its 1960s-style décor, traditional milk tea and great views over Temple Street Night Market.

What to Pack: Your credit card and a spare bag.

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Kowloon hotels Filled with temples, markets and authentic restaurants, Kowloon is guaranteed to impress. Soak up everything this amazing destination has to offer from one of our hand-picked Creative Club hotels.

The Kowloon Hotel Situated in the centre of Nathan Road’s Golden Mile, the Kowloon Hotel is perfectly positioned for exploring all the sights and sounds of vibrant Kowloon. Why we love it: Striking the perfect balance between value, convenience and style, the rooms are wellpresented and well-equipped with comprehensive amenities. Better still, right at your front door there’s endless shops, restaurants and some of Hong Kong’s most-loved attractions. Style: Chic Atmosphere: Buzzing Don’t leave without experiencing: Classic Chinese delicacies like abalone and authentic Cantonese Dim Sum at the hotel’s Loong Yat Heen restaurant. From

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Harbour Plaza Metropolis From the very heart of Kowloon, the modern Harbour Plaza Metropolis offers beautiful views of the spectacular and world-famous Victoria Harbour. Why we love it: There aren’t many hotels where you can relax in the comfort of your own room as you watch the city skyline being illuminated at nightfall. If lounging isn’t necessarily your ‘thing’, why not plunge into the outdoor swimming pool, enjoy a meal at Senzuru Japanese Restaurant, or indulge at the beauty spa. Style: Up-market Atmosphere: Exciting Don’t leave without experiencing: Exquisite dim sum at lunchtime and a sparkling harbour view at The Metropolis Harbour View Chinese Cuisine restaurant. From

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Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hong Kong

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One of the most luxurious hotels in downtown Kowloon, the Novotel Nathan Road boasts beautiful contemporary interiors, a prime location and a commitment to the environment. Why we love it: As smooth and slick as any big hotel, the Novotel has one main point of difference: it’s making a conscious effort to minimise its environmental impact. But don’t be confused into thinking this is some sort of hippy commune – this place provides world-class hospitality, a stylish bar and even a limousine service! (charges apply)

“The Temple Street Night Market in central Kowloon is one of the best and liveliest markets in all of Hong Kong – you’ll find everything from fortune tellers to food stalls and Chinese memorabilia.”

Style: Elegant Atmosphere: Inviting Don’t leave without experiencing: A nutritious meal at The Square, where dishes are designed with an emphasis on being healthy and balanced. From

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Park Hotel Hong Kong The Park Hotel offers spacious and contemporary living right in the heart of Kowloon’s vibrant entertainment and business district, Tsim Sha Tsui. Why we love it: Beautiful and spacious rooms, exceptional service, and regular deals on breakfast buffets and room packages – the Park Hotel is certainly eager to please, and please it does. With world-class facilities and dining options, it’s the perfect way to retreat and relax after busy days exploring the city. Style: Extravagant Atmosphere: Lively Don’t leave without experiencing: A free drink with every purchase during happy hour at Marigold Bar! From

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Harbour Grand Kowloon

Eaton, Hong Kong

Experience the urban beauty of the city from a unique vantage point. Harbour Grand Kowloon is a private retreat offering luxury accommodation and diverse dining options.

In the heart of the business district and shopping areas, Eaton is the perfect base to explore many of the city’s favourite tourist attractions including Temple Street and Jade Market.

Why we love it: The famous glass-walled swimming pool on the roof makes for a dazzlingly unique and memorable swim. Afterwards, you can simply relax and put your feet up on the comfortable lounges while sipping a delicious cocktail from the pool bar. In two words: holiday bliss.

Why we love it: Location aside, this hotel boasts daily Tai Chi classes, exciting local tours, and seven restaurants and bars for a world of sweet and savoury treats. The rooftop swimming pool is a perfect place to relax, while Exert Fitness is the ultimate spot to work off that excess holiday indulgence. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel for all guests.

Style: Luxury Atmosphere: Genteel Don’t leave without experiencing: A soothing beauty treatment using all-natural Jurlique products in the top-floor spa rooms.

Style: Modern Atmosphere: Relaxed Don’t leave without experiencing: A cocktail at the hotel’s T Garden, an outdoor oasis where you can escape the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong city.

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The Kimberley Hotel Centrally located in the vibrant shopping and entertainment district of Tsim Sha Tsui, The Kimberley Hotel is perfect for business or pleasure. Why we love it: It really does offer the best of both worlds: proximity to several major corporate offices for the business traveller, and a bustling shopping and entertainment district for those who just want to have fun! The various onsite dining options include Kimberley Chinese Restaurant, Hanamizuki Japanese and Cascade Lounge. Style: Modern Atmosphere: Sophisticated From

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Tried and tested Still confused about where to stay? Creative Holidays is on the ground, trying and testing the best of Kowloon hotels! Get the right accommodation for your travel needs by choosing from our refined selection of Creative Club stays.

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Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel While the name may remind you of a childhood game, there’s nothing childish about this deluxe hotel. Try sophisticated, glamorous and delightfully indulgent instead. Why we love it: Marco Polo features five of Hong Kong’s most renowned restaurants and bars. The Rum collection at Lobby Lounge is even recognised with a Guinness World Record for “Bar with the World’s Largest Selection of Commercially Available Rums.” Like we needed an excuse… Style: Elegant Atmosphere: Enchanting From

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Holiday Inn Golden Mile The Holiday Inn Golden Mile is a stylish high-rise hotel boasting fine service and an extensive array of dining options in the heart of Kowloon’s lively Tsim Sha Tsui district. Why we love it: With free Wi-Fi access, a rooftop swimming pool, four restaurants, a high-tech Crystal Ballroom and three meeting rooms, the hotel caters perfectly for businessmen and fun-seeking families alike. When hunger strikes, choose from authentic Cantonese cuisine, international buffet dishes or cocktails and live music at Hari’s Bar. Style: Lavish Atmosphere: Chic From

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Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers The sleek, open-plan hotel in the heart of Hong Kong features worldclass facilities, plush interiors, and glittering restaurants and bars. Why we love it: The guest rooms and suites are a perfect place to work or relax, many with postcard views of Victoria Harbour. A fully equipped health club is the ultimate holiday bonus, with a spa, sauna and array of massage and beauty treatments available. Style: Sleek Atmosphere: Peaceful From

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The Langham, Hong Kong Lovers of true English charm rejoice – The Langham, Hong Kong is a resplendent European-style haven right in the heart of the city. Why we love it: With plush quilted couches, vases full of fresh pastel flowers, gilded décor and sparkling grand chandeliers, you can’t help but raise your pinkie when picking up a cup of tea. Alternatively, trial the range of outstanding international cuisine at one of five on-site bars and restaurants (including traditional English afternoon tea!). Style: Opulent Atmosphere: Charming

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Langham Place Hotel The trendier little sister of the world-famous Langham Hotel, Langham Place is ideal for the hip traveller who likes that little bit of luxury. Why we love it: With a buzzing Mongkok location, innovative restaurants (including Michelin-starred Ming Court) and a luxury Chuan Spa, it captures the vibrancy and buzz of local culture like no other. Set your imagination free and enjoy the heated rooftop swimming pool and inspiring collection of contemporary Chinese art. Style: Artistic Atmosphere: Vibrant From

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Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees The award-winning Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees is a stylish, minimalist hotel located in the heart of Hong Kong’s Tokwawan district in Kowloon City. Why we love it: The designs will stimulate your senses, with intimate rooms, luxury suites, a stunning lobby and extraordinary facilities – blending comfort, style and convenience. Café 8 Degrees is an upscale nighttime dining experience, while the trendy Pool Bar is an ideal retreat for refreshing cocktails.

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The Mira Hong Kong A tribute to spectacular, cutting-edge design, The Mira is marked by striking art, music, an award-winning spa and exemplary dining. Why we love it: Everything at The Mira looks like it’s been art directed and styled for the pages of a prestigious design magazine – they’ve even got the iconic Arne Jacobsen Egg Chairs. Clientele are largely the sophisticated, globetrotting types, frequently seen sipping martinis and chatting at Room One on their handy smartphones – supplied by the hotel on arrival.

Discover more online today and see which amazing offers apply at your hotel. With hundreds to choose from, there’s a perfect stay to suit every travel style. See Page 5 for more information about the Creative Club.

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Hong Kong Island Head south from Kowloon and explore Hong Kong Island, the ‘original’ Hong Kong – home to skyscrapers, fine food and some serious nightlife. 22 — Hong Kong & China


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Hong Kong Island Peruse Stanley Market, take in the sights and sounds of the Symphony of Lights, or simply marvel at a bizarre juxtaposition of luxury yachts in the harbour alongside rustic fishing communities peppered along the shore. Hong Kong Island is truly a treat for the senses. Even nature lovers will get a kick out of climbing Victoria Peak to admire the city’s unique skyline – a perfect combination of iconic buildings, towering skyscrapers and synchronised lights.

THINGS TO KNOW: Lingo to know: “Can you recommend a bar?” Translation: “yáu màt hó jáu·bàa gaai·xiu”

Local Tips: • Happy Valley can really live up to its name… if you place your bets wisely! Pay a visit to this world-class horseracing track to witness some exhilarating international events. • For an authentic local experience, check out Lin Heung Tea House in Central. Traditional and delicious, it’s perfected the art of dim sum design since 1926. • Despite its name, Repulse Bay – in the southern part of Hong Kong Island – is anything but repulsive. Head here for the golden sandy beach, colonial-style buildings, designer shopping and award-winning restaurants.

What to Pack: Boots that were made for walking.

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Island overnights Teeming with shopping, bars and exotic culinary experiences, it’s not difficult to see why Hong Kong Island lures so many Australian expats. Experience the vibrant lifestyle from one of these best-selling Creative Club hotels.

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The Excelsior Hotel

The Harbour Plaza North Point offers a homely stay, close to transport and all of Hong Kong’s main attractions.

One of the most famous business hotels in Hong Kong, the Excelsior Hotel isn’t just for meetings and conference calls – there’s plenty for fun-lovers too!

Why we love it: Comfortable rooms and four restaurants make for a ‘home-away-from-home’ feel right in the centre of bustling Hong Kong. Each of the rooms offer gorgeous views of the city, which means you can wake up and observe all the excitement before heading out to explore.

Why we love it: With award-winning restaurants, unrivalled views, and a prime location right near the shopping, entertainment and nature parks of Hong Kong Island, the Excelsior really does ‘excel’ on every front. You’ll be assured a memorable evening, with a full suite of unique dining options on offer, including Cantonese cuisine, contemporary Italian and live entertainment.

Style: Modern Atmosphere: Welcoming Don’t leave without experiencing: An evening at The Point Lobby Lounge, listening to live music with a drink in hand.

Style: Contemporary Atmosphere: Buzzing Don’t leave without experiencing: The combination of ancient and contemporary techniques to restore balance and equilibrium at the on-site hotel spa.

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Harbour Grand Hong Kong With its white marbled interiors and a fitness centre that overlooks the world-famous Victoria Harbour, the Harbour Grand offers a perfect dose of luxury. Why we love it: It boasts five-star elegance and stunning harbour views from more than 800 wellappointed rooms and suites. Nestled amongst fashionable shopping areas and commercial offices, the world-class facilities include a 27-metre outdoor heated pool (plus children’s pool) and tranquil Spa by the Harbourside to melt away the daily stresses. Style: Modern Oriental Atmosphere: Sophisticated Don’t leave without experiencing: The harbour view at the modern European Le 188° Restaurant. From

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Novotel Century Hong Kong Hotel

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Staying at the Novotel Century is like being dropped right into the heart of a buzzing beehive of activity (a.k.a. Victoria Harbour) – you’ll love every second of it! Why we love it: The hotel has all of life’s simple pleasures perfected to a tee – comfy rooms and delicious dining options, plus a gym, pool and sauna. Don’t miss the three on-site restaurants and bars, spanning four corners of the globe with their selection of delicious international cuisine.

“Taking an open-top bus tour is a quick, informative and exciting way to experience Hong Kong. You can book through Creative Holidays."

Style: Contemporary Atmosphere: Energetic Don’t leave without experiencing: The open kitchens and interactive international buffet at Le Café, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. From

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Ramada Hong Kong Hotel With décor that resembles a funky bed and breakfast, Ramada is the perfect spot for a city escape. Why we love it: A free city shuttle service from the hotel means you’ll have ample time to explore the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong Island. On site, enjoy a gym, free Wi-Fi, all-day dining at The Café and refreshing drinks at MTV Lounge. Style: Traditional Atmosphere: Laid-back Don’t leave without experiencing: A visit to the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens.

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Discover exclusive Creative Club added value offers for these hotels and more online. With hundreds to choose from, there’s a perfect stay to suit every travel style.

Don’t leave without experiencing: The tech-friendly guestrooms featuring iPad minis, which come with pre-installed apps to help you make the most of your stay.

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Mira Moon A brand-new designer lifestyle hotel like no other, Mira Moon’s playful interiors mix ancient Chinese ceramics and artefacts with Peony flower walls and breathtaking tile design. Why we love it: Once you step through the front door at Mira Moon, you’re in a completely different world. It’s a world of poetry and fantasy inspired by ancient Chinese mythology. In other words, your camera will be going wild trying to capture each and every beautiful detail.

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Macau Glamorous hotels and casinos, shining city lights, and high rollers driving past in flashy cars. Forget going all the way to Las Vegas – Macau is the latest and greatest City of Sin.

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• Macau has countless Portuguese restaurants sprinkled throughout the city, which provide a delicious, albeit brief, escape to Europe. • Adrenaline junkies rejoice – the bungee jump off Macau Tower is the highest commercial jump in the world at 233 metres. Try it if you dare… • Stop in for a spot of greyhound racing at Macau's Canidrome. Races are held on Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

What to Pack: Your poker face.

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There aren’t many places in the world where you’ll find such an intriguing hybrid of European and Chinese elements; Portuguese street signs, renaissance buildings, and tall skyscrapers all reside within this modest space. While gambling does account for up to 50% of Macau’s economy, there’s plenty to do even if you don’t feel like spending your days at the poker table. Hop on a bus to one of the more rural areas outside the bustle of the city, where you’ll find quiet wilderness areas with beaches, woody trails and colonial buildings to explore.


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Grand Emperor Hotel Macau

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From the moment you walk into the hotel on its golden pathway (literally, it’s made with actual bars of gold), you know you’re in for a treat. Why we love it: The Grand Emperor Hotel truly embodies all the luxury, excitement and opulence of vibrant Macau. With its impressive interior décor, plush rooms and world-class dining, you’ll feel like true Macau royalty. Don’t miss the daily staged ‘Changing of the Guard’ at the hotel entrance – it’s perfect for a photo opportunity! Style: Extravagant Atmosphere: Exclusive From

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The Venetian Macao Resort - Hotel Shopping, dining, entertainment and deluxe accommodation, all in one place? You’ll find it at The Venetian Macao - Resort - Hotel. Why we love it: With its stunning suites, luxury dining, world-class shopping venues and romantic gondola glides down the Canal, The Venetian Macao delivers an all-in-one, vibrant experience. Standing as Asia’s first fully integrated resort, it also attracts the hottest artists and international sporting events (even Rihanna chose to perform here!). Style: Glitzy Atmosphere: Vibrant

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Reasons to visit China ... WE’VE BEEN SENDING AUSSIES OVERSEAS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS, SO WHATEVER YOU’RE IN TO, WE’LL HELP YOU FIND IT IN CHINA. China is the land of ‘great’ everything – great landscapes, great populations, great economies, great walls, great stadiums, great buildings, great rivers and a great historical background. One of the most fascinating and exciting places in the world, China is a country famed for its contrasts; from the ultra-modern Shanghai, often nicknamed the ‘Paris of the Orient’ in the 1930s, to the nature sanctuaries and panda reserves of beautiful Chengdu and Guangzhou. A visit to China will truly inspire and surprise even the most seasoned of travellers.

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Many taxi drivers, while extremely friendly, don’t speak any English. Get your hotel concierge to write down your destination in Chinese before heading out.

Unique history Thousands of years of compelling history makes China one of the most enthralling cities in the world to explore. If you look beyond the customary Great Wall and Xian Terracotta Army (which are still amazing spectacles in their own right), you’ll discover a host of unique attractions you may never have heard of before. Embark on the ultimate challenge and see how many of the fascinating 45 UNESCO world heritage sites you can locate in China alone.

Inexpensive cuisine Chinese food in China isn’t like what you get back home in Australia – it’s infinitely better! Why not get adventurous and sample the local street food? Kebabs, noodles, fried egg wraps, soups – the range is endless. Just make sure you watch the vendor prepare the food so you can be sure you're not left feeling queasy.


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Artistic pursuits Satisfy your appetite for all things artistic by checking out a famous Chinese Opera, an art form which dates back to the third century AD. Alternatively, examine giant silk paintings and delicate ancient pottery at a variety of China’s magnificent galleries. Contemporary art lovers don’t despair – head to one of the dozens of modern art museums scattered all over the country, from the Huaren Contemporary Art Museum in Chongqing, to the Eastlink Gallery in Shanghai.

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The people of China are some of the most friendly and welcoming in the world, especially towards visitors to their country. In fact, don’t be surprised if they take more of an interest in you than the other way around! If you’re fair-skinned, be prepared to be asked to pose in the occasional photograph when you’re visiting a tourist attraction – westerners are still a novelty in many provinces around China.

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Stunning natural scenery Outside the sprawling, ultra-modern cities of Beijing and Shanghai lies a world of natural wilderness, ready for exploration. Take a real breath of fresh air and escape the city smog with a cruise down the Yangtze River (the third longest river in the world, and the longest in Asia), or marvel at the rolling mountains and cliffs from atop the Great Wall or Mount Hau.

Discover more online today and see which amazing offers apply at your hotel. With hundreds to choose from, there’s a perfect stay to suit every travel style. See Page 5 for more information about the Creative Club.

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Beijing Boasting colourful districts with diverse architecture, Beijing is a part of the world that should be on every traveller’s bucket list. Photography Trails of Indochina

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Imperial architecture, towering skyscrapers, traffic, crowds, and markets at every turn – Beijing is a throbbing centre of activity, and it’s easy to see why it’s quickly becoming one of the most important places on the planet, economically and politically. Visit the historical site of Tiananmen Square, wander through the gardens at the Summer Palace, or relive the excitement of the 2008 Olympics by visiting the impressive Beijing National Stadium.

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“What’s on tonight?” Translation: “gàm·máan yáu màt·yé wut·dung”

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Jinyu Hutong

Dong’anmen St

Local Tips:

WANGFUJING

• Do as the locals have done for centuries and opt for two wheels as your transportation of choice. The relatively flat terrain of the city makes for easy bike riding. • Pay a visit to a jade factory to learn about the history and working of the famous stone – but don’t feel pressured to buy something (prices can be overinflated).

Daruanfu Hutong

What to Pack:

1. Crowne Plaza Beijing Wangfujung

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Your best camera and a sense of adventure.

Xiaowei Hutong

Meizha Hutong

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2. Novotel Beijing Peace

Novotel Beijing Peace With its prime location, first-rate amenities and welcoming service, Novotel Beijing Peace makes for a wonderful home base.

Staff Tip

Why we love it: Located just a stone’s throw from the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the amazing shopping malls of Oriental Plaza, the hotel boasts stylishly designed rooms, two restaurants, a lobby bar, indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and relaxation facilities. Style: Contemporary Atmosphere: Friendly From

72*

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Crowne Plaza Beijing Wangfujing With an atrium soaring nine levels above the vibrant streets of Beijing, the Crowne Plaza is guaranteed to bring elegance, comfort and ease to your travels. Why we love it: Located on exciting Wangfujing Street, the hotel boasts convenience and luxury. You'll find endless shopping and dining options right at your doorstep, and tempting Beijing roast duck at Xiao Wang Fu restaurant.

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“Beijing is a surprisingly great place for live music. See a local rock band perform at one of many live music venues around the city – you won’t understand what they’re singing about, but it’s great fun dancing along anyway!” David The Travel Corporation, Accounts Payable Officer

Style: Modern Atmosphere: Comfortable From

84*

$

357

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Shanghai Discover an ultra-futuristic metropolis with more skyscrapers than New York and the highest population of any city in the world.

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2. Sofitel Shanghai Hyland

• Modern art lovers will love both the Rockbund Art Museum and The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai. • Set yourself a mini foodie challenge to find the absolute best dumplings in Shanghai. Our favourites include xiaolongbau at Fu Chun near Zhenning Lu, and of course the renowned Din Tai Fung restaurant. • ‘That’s Shanghai’ magazine will keep you up to date on all of the newest restaurant and bar openings for any particular week – yes, new openings are a weekly occurrence.

What to Pack: An appetite for dim sum.

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Western and Chinese customs intertwine in Shanghai to create a truly unique and awe-inspiring experience for visitors. Wander aimlessly through the colonial waterfront, visit the Shanghai Museum, grab some delicious local fare for lunch and marvel at the rocket-like Oriental Pearl TV Tower, so high its antenna is often shrouded in mist. Checking out other regions of China from here is also easy, since Shanghai is one of the biggest transport hubs for land, sea and air travel.


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Sofitel Shanghai Hyland The ultimate luxury stay in Shanghai, the Sofitel is a resplendent building located right in the heart of the city.

Staff Tip

Why we love it: This whole place just oozes opulence; the staff are warm and attentive and the amenities are world class. There’s a Vita Spa offering heavenly beauty and relaxation treatments, plus male and female saunas where you can destress and detoxify. The rooms also come with impressive views over the city’s famous Nanjing Road shopping strip. Style: Luxury Atmosphere: Welcoming

*All prices based on per person, twin share rates. Terms and conditions apply (please see page 41).

From

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Rendezvous Merry Hotel Shanghai Coupling beautiful interiors with exceptional service, Rendezvous Hotel is in a prime location for exploring Shanghai – perfect for both business and leisure. Why we love it: All 342 stylish rooms and suites feature smart design and modern technology to ensure you have a comfortable stay. Chefs at Expo Restaurant use the best local and imported produce to create a menu that showcases Shanghai specialties, while Diamond KTV Night Club is the perfect place to karaoke the night away.

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“For a great night out, head to the pedestrian-only Xintiandi entertainment district, where you can wander through giant shopping centres or rub shoulders with the stylish crowds at trendy bars and jazz clubs like Brown Sugar.” Emma Creative Holidays, Subject Matter Specialist

Style: Glamorous Atmosphere: Buzzing From

42*

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342

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Guangzhou Modern, cultured, and especially family friendly, Guangzhou is the unsung hero of Chinese holiday locales.

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The often-overlooked city of Guangzhou on the southeast coast of China is a haven of activities, sights and educational hotspots. By day, visit one of the many kid (and adult) friendly attractions like the Guangzhou Zoo, Xiangjiang Safari Park or Chime-Long Paradise Amusement Park. By night, simply enjoy the views of the entire city, illuminating into a shining rainbow of lights that reflect off the waters of the picturesque Pearl River.

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THINGS TO KNOW: Lingo to know: “I’d like a local specialty” Translation: "ngáw séung sik day·fàwng fúng·may choy”

Local Tips: • Check out the remarkable façade of the Guangdong Museum, and explore its 12 exhibition halls plus outdoor Sculpture Gardens. • Go for a relaxing stroll through Guangzhou’s People’s Park, a 48,000-square-metre Park, where you may come across locals playing ping pong, dancing or doing Tai Chi. • Look out for the tallest concrete building in the world, the 80-storey CITIC Plaza skyscraper (which is actually pretty hard to miss, come to think of it).

What to Pack: Sunglasses and a hat – you’ll likely be spending most of your time outdoors.

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Xian Considered one of the birthplaces of Ancient Chinese civilization, Xian is a history and culture-lovers paradise.

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Muslim Quarter

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Xian is undoubtedly one of the best places to experience authentic Chinese culture and learn more about the country’s extensive, rich history. Enjoy the beautiful architecture of countless temples interspersed throughout the city, expand your knowledge at the Shaanxi History Museum, and of course, pay a visit to the iconic Terracotta Army – a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China.

N Ring Rd

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S Guangji St

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THINGS TO KNOW: Lingo to know: “Do you speak English?” Translation: “láy sìk·ng·sìk gáwng yìng·mán aa”

Local Tips: • Pay a visit to the Shaanxi History Museum – often touted as one of the best museums in all of China. Be sure to arrive early as there's often a queue. • Admire truly unique Chinese and Islamic architecture at the Great Mosque, one of the oldest and largest Islamic mosques in China. • Xian Tang Paradise Theme Park is a bizarre theme park designed to re-create the Tang dynasty in an entertaining way.

What to Pack: Your notebook, to record all your newly discovered historical trivia.

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Yangtze River Cruises Head out on the Yangtze River for the voyage of a lifetime, taking in the picturesque views of jagged mountains and descending gorges, while savouring the impeccable service of Victoria Cruises. Victoria Cruises boast the largest five-star fleet on the Yangtze, offering a selection of imaginatively designed itineraries with yearround departures. Enjoy all the comfort and elegance of river cruising with attentive and professional staff, delicious meals and spectacular scenery from every stateroom and public area.

Yangtze River

SUPERIOR CABIN

EXECUTIVE SUITE

• This cabin has two single beds (can be pushed together to make a queen bed on all ships except the Victoria Anna) • Private ensuite • Private balcony • Cabin size ranges from 14.60 to 21 square metres

• The Executive Suite on the Victorian Selina, Lianna and Sophia features two single beds (can be pushed together to make a queen bed on all ships except Victoria Grace) • Private ensuite • Private balcony • Cabin size ranges from 22 to 30.98 square metres

The longest river in Asia, and the third longest in the world, this prosperous stretch of water is the most important river in the history, culture and economy of China. For thousands of years, people have used the river for water, irrigation, sanitation, transportation, industry, boundarymarking and war, while the Three Gorges Dam is the largest hydroelectric power station in the world. Aside from its uses, this magnificent river offers up some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes, all of which you’ll be able to admire while on a Victoria Cruise.

Executive Suite Package ✓✓ Morning coffee and tea service ✓✓ Welcome fruit basket ✓✓ Wi-Fi service in Executive Lounge and lobby areas

DELUXE SUITE

SHANGRI-LA SUITE

• The Deluxe Suite has two single beds (can be pushed together to make a queen bed on all ships except on the Victoria Anna). On the Grace, there is only a queen size bed option. • Private ensuite • Private balcony • These cabins are not available on the Victoria Katarina, Lianna and Selina • The Executive Suite Package is included for guests in this cabin • Cabin size varies from 29.96 to 42.53 square metres

• The Shangri-la Suite has queen size beds only on all ships • Private ensuite • Private balcony • The Executive Suite Package is included for guests in this cabin • Cabin size varies from 36.91 to 60.03 square metres

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✓✓ Regular laundry service (up to four items per day not available on embarkation and disembarkation days) ✓✓ Private shore excursions with six or more passengers in a group ✓✓ Complimentary house wine and beer offerings at dinner ✓✓ Reserved seats for evening entertainment

These complimentary benefits are only available if pre-booked and prepaid


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Grand Yangtze Discovery Chongqing to Shanghai

Three Gorges Highlights Chongqing to Yichang DAY ONE: Chongqing – Yangtze Cruise

DAY ONE: Chongqing – Yangtze Cruise

Board your Victoria Cruise Ship in the early evening and depart Chongqing (the Mountain City) at 9pm*.

Depart Chongqing at 10am* and enjoy a shore excursion opportunity.

DAY TWO: Yangtze River Cruise Enjoy the leisurely pace that a river cruise offers on a shore excursion to Fengdu (the location will depend on river conditions; alternate sites are Shibaozhai or Wanzhou.)

*All prices based on per person rates and manually priced. Terms and conditions apply (please see page 41).

DAY THREE: Yangtze River – Three Gorges

DAY TWO: Yangtze River Cruise – Three Gorges Today this leisurely river cruise will enter the Three Gorges. In the evening, you will sail through the Three Gorges ship locks.

DAY THREE: Yangtze River – Three Gorges Dam In the morning you will visit the Three Gorges Dam site, the largest project of its kind in the world.

Enter the Three Gorges, one of nature’s most extraordinary sculptures. Your journey will pass through the first two: Qutang Gorge is the shortest, narrowest and most dramatic, while Wu Gorge is 40-kilometres long and known for its forest-covered mountains and sheer cliffs. In the evening, you’ll sail through the Three Gorges Dam ship locks.

DAY FOUR: Yangtze River – Wuhan

DAY FOUR: Yangtze River – Yichang

Weather permitting, your full day excursion will include Huangshan, one of China’s most famous mountain regions.

Enjoy a morning visit to the Three Gorges Dam site at Sandouping, the largest project of its kind in the world. Arrive in Yichang at 1.30pm* and disembark after lunch. 3 nights from

DAY FIVE: Yangtze River – Huangshan DAY SIX: Yangtze River – Nanjing A visit to the city of Nanjing will include the Sun Yat-sen Memorial and a Qing Dynasty style bazaar.

DAY SEVEN: Yangtze River – Shanghai

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Your leisurely cruise continues beyond Yichang. In the afternoon, you will have an excursion to the city of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province.

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An 8am* arrival into Shanghai, China’s dynamic international commercial centre, will bring this memorable cruise to an end.

* Departure and arrival times are subject to change

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Booking Conditions Important Information The www.creativeholidays.com website (the “Site”) is owned and operated by Creative Tours Pty Ltd (ABN 23 003 286 459) trading as Creative Holidays. In these booking terms and conditions the expressions “Company”, “Creative Tours”, “Creative Holidays”, “we”, “our” or “us” include Creative Tours Pty Ltd and entities that assist or participate with Creative Tours Pty Ltd in the provision of the services it agrees to provide (where the context permits, including its and their employees and agents) and the expressions “you”, “your”, “client” or the “passenger” include a person seeking or requiring the services offered by Creative Tours, all other persons (if any) included with that person in the booking and that person’s or those persons’ travel agent (if any). TRAVEL PRODUCTS AND AVAILABILITY Creative Tours arranges bookings, ticketing and other ancillary services of and related to travel and accommodation including but not limited to, air travel, transfers, car hire and leisure activities (“Travel Products”). Creative Tours is neither a common carrier nor a private carrier, and does not itself provide any of the Travel Products described in its brochures or on the Site. Creative Tours acts as your agent in making the arrangements with third party suppliers, who provide the Travel Products to you as principals (“Suppliers”), and is not the agent of any such Supplier. By booking any Travel Products, you (if booking directly or through a travel agent) and your travel agent on your behalf (if booking through a travel agent) acknowledge and confirm that you have read our booking terms and conditions, that you accept them without reservation as constituting the entire agreement between you and us which cannot be varied other than by an officer of the Company in writing. Bookings of all Travel Products we arrange are provided by Suppliers we believe to be reputable and to operate in accordance with the standards set down by their own local authorities. Those Travel Products are provided subject to those Suppliers’ terms, conditions and limitations (some of which may exclude or limit liability in respect of death, injury, delay, loss or damage to person and/or effects) and we accept no responsibility for them nor do we make or give any warranty or representation as to their standard, quality or fitness for any particular purpose. Any legal recourse you may have in respect of those Travel Products is against those Suppliers and not against us. We recommend all passengers take out adequate travel insurance for the duration of their travel. All Travel Products shown in our brochures and on the Site may be booked, subject to availability at the time of booking. QUOTES AND PRICES We endeavour to ensure the accuracy and currency of all prices displayed in our brochures and on the Site. Prices are: • specified in the currency stated in the brochure or on the relevant page of the Site (generally either in Australian dollars or New Zealand dollars) and are subject to change without notice; • indicative only and subject to change until all of your booking details have been provided to us and we have confirmed your booking; and • for the number of persons or items on the conditions stated in the brochure or on the relevant page of the Site, including but not limited to any hover box. “From” Prices: The expression “from” with respect to a price means the lowest price for the Travel Product we believe is available at the time of publication, based on information we have received from Suppliers. Itineraries and Quotes: You may build an itinerary on the Site and obtain a quote from the Site or by contacting our Call Centre or through a travel agent. Any quote is an estimate only of the current price and subject to change until a booking is confirmed and you receive a unique Creative Tours booking number or, if a quote for an airfare, until it is paid and ticketed. Payment terms are subject to individual Supplier requirements and will be advised at the time of booking. Taxes, Charges and Currency Fluctuation: Government taxes and charges imposed by Suppliers or third parties (including ticketing fees and airline fuel surcharges) are subject to change. If there are any increases in such taxes, charges or Supplier rates or any currency fluctuation which increase the price of your booking, we reserve the right to change the price you must pay by including the additional charges or amount (together with any applicable service fee and GST) at any time prior to and including the date of your departure, even if we have received full payment from you. We will notify you of any such price changes that result in your travel arrangements being materially different from those prior to the change being effected and in respect of which we have already accepted your deposit or full payment. If so, and you do not wish to alter your travel arrangements, you may cancel them and monies you have already paid, less any charges levied by Suppliers, will be refunded. Any refund will be calculated at the currency exchange rate that applied when the booking was confirmed. Errors: We reserve the right to correct any errors in fees, charges, rates or prices quoted or billed, even if we have received full payment from you.

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED IN THE HOLIDAY PRICE The price does not include airfares (unless otherwise stated), passport and visa fees, insurance, laundry, phone calls, beverages, meals not detailed in the itinerary, tips to tour guides, motor coach drivers and local city guides, items of a personal nature, excess baggage, expenses, fees or costs incurred in case of illness, or of refusal of entry to, detention in, or expulsion or repatriation from a country or part of a country. We are not liable for any expense, costs or loss incurred in relation to such matters and you release us from all liability, damages or responsibility in relation to them. PAYMENT Method: Payment for all Travel Product bookings made via the Site must be by Credit Card (American Express, Visa or MasterCard) or PayPal. You must provide us with all the required details of your Credit Card or PayPal account. For Credit Cards a fee of up to 2% of the total cost of the booking will be applied at time of payment. Terms: Depending on the Supplier’s terms and conditions of booking, you may be able to hold a Travel Product without payment, pay a deposit for it or you may be required to make an immediate payment in full. • Hold – You will be notified whether a Travel Product may be held and the period it may be held. If held, you must pay a deposit or full payment in accordance with these terms and conditions and the notification (generally within 5 days of it being held, unless your date of travel is less than 10 days from notification). • Deposit – Unless otherwise notified you must pay a deposit to secure the booking. The deposit is a minimum of $165 per person, together with any prepayment specified by the relevant Supplier. You must pay the balance of the price at least 10 days prior to the earliest travel date or earlier if we or the relevant Supplier so specify. • Immediate payment – You will be notified if any Travel Product within a booking requires immediate payment in full. You must make that payment immediately to secure the Travel Product at the notified price. If you fail to make any required payment outlined above, your booking is automatically cancelled unless we notify you otherwise in writing. A travel agent who makes a booking at your request is your agent and is not the Company’s agent for the purpose of receipt of the deposit or any part of the price. CREATIVE CLUB Except during peak seasons (such as Christmas-New Year), for special events (such as cultural or sporting events) and other “black out” periods nominated by a Supplier, the following benefits apply to any Travel Product identified with our “Creative Club” logo: Price Match Guarantee: Except for bonus offers and inclusions offered by a Supplier exclusively to a third party, we will match our gross price to a third party’s gross price for a Travel Product if: • it is based on the same currency as our quote or the offer on our Site (i.e. Australian or New Zealand dollars); • the third party’s Travel Product (including any bonus offers, added value or inclusions) and ours are identical; • you provide us with the third party’s written quote, which indicates its availability at the time of the price match in the country of the currency you require the price matched; • you have not booked that Travel Product; • the Travel Product has not previously been price matched; and • you pay for the Travel Product in full when we have matched the price. Added Value Bonuses and Special Upgrade Offers: Subject to availability and to these terms and conditions, we will use reasonable endeavours to ensure you receive the added value bonuses and upgrade offers referred to in the description of Travel Products identified with our “Creative Club” logo. We may, at our sole discretion, withdraw any added value bonus or upgrade offer for any reason and at any time. CANCELLATIONS, AMENDMENTS, REISSUES AND REFUNDS If we are entitled to cancel the booking of any Travel Product and we cancel it or if you cancel it (unless these terms and conditions otherwise specify) the following applies: Cancellation after Deposit is Paid: • You must pay any Supplier/airline cancellation fees. • Your deposit ($165 per person) will be available to apply to the cost of other Travel Products for 90 days after the date of cancellation and, if not so applied, will thereupon be forfeit to us. Cancellation after Full Payment: • You must pay any Supplier/airline cancellation fees. • There is no refund of or credit for the deposit. • We will return to you any amount refunded to us by the Supplier. Amendments to a Booking: We may accept or

reject a request for amendment to a booking of Travel Products in our absolute discretion. If we amend a confirmed booking, it may be repriced and you are liable for any resulting price change, including any cancellation fees imposed by the Supplier. You must pay us an amendment fee of $55 for each amendment, being a genuine pre estimate of the reasonable cost of administrative expenses we incur in amending the booking. Refunds: After your travel has commenced, there can be no refund in respect of any Travel Products not utilised whether by choice or because of late arrival or early departure, including failure of any transport to operate according to schedule. Employees of any Supplier are not authorised by us to give any undertakings in respect of refunds or other matters. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITIES We arrange the provision of Travel Products which are provided by Suppliers. We do not ourselves provide the Travel Products you may receive on your holiday. Suppliers Terms and Conditions: Supply of the Travel Products is made, and all itineraries, coupons and exchange orders (collectively “vouchers”) are issued to you, upon the Supplier’s terms and conditions that are then in use, including as to the applicable laws, requirements and policies of any government authority related to, among others, visas, entry, exit or transfer requirements. Your acceptance of the vouchers constitutes those terms and conditions as the entire agreement between you and the relevant Supplier and you bear all costs or losses incurred as a consequence of your failure to comply with them. Exclusion of Liability: In the absence of our negligence, we are not liable for any cancellations, diversions, substitution of equipment, variations, postponements or any other act, omission or default (whether negligent or otherwise) of any Supplier nor are we liable for any loss or damage to baggage or property, injury, illness or death, or any other loss (including consequential loss) damage or claim whatsoever arising from the act, error, omission, default or negligence of any person not our direct employee or under our exclusive control. We are not responsible for any criminal conduct of any third party. Where a motor coach seat is fitted with a safety belt, neither we nor any Supplier concerned will be liable for death, injury, or any loss or damage whatsoever you suffer from any accident or incident if you are not wearing the safety belt at the time of such accident or incident. We are not liable for any injury, damage, loss, delay, additional expenses or inconvenience caused by your acts, omissions or defaults, your state of health, medical condition or circumstances or other reasons which are beyond our control, including force majeure events or failure of equipment or machinery. Warranties: To the extent permitted by law, all express and implied warranties, guarantees, representations or terms are expressly excluded. Where the law implies any warranty guarantee or condition which cannot be excluded, our liability to you for breach thereof is limited to supplying the services again or payment of the cost of having the services supplied again. Maximum Liability: Despite any other provision of these terms and conditions, to the extent permitted by law, our maximum liability to you or any third party is limited to the price you have paid us for the booking. Holiday Variations: We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule departures and itineraries if required by circumstances beyond our control. Where it is necessary to change a hotel we will endeavour to substitute accommodation of no lesser standard. Insurance: We recommend you purchase travel insurance against forfeiture of payment, loss of deposits, cancellation charges, baggage loss, medical expenses, theft and other contingencies. We make no representations as to what you may recover under any insurance. You agree not to hold us responsible for any decision of insurers, and/or any Supplier, or the requirements of any foreign government authority, foreign law or policy. Passport Checks: You must ensure names used to make a booking are exactly as appear in passports. Any name/initial or spelling changes made after booking confirmation may result in Supplier imposed fees and/or you being unable to travel. Passports, Visa, Vaccinations and Baggage: A visa does not guarantee you entry to, or permission to remain in, a country. Some countries may refuse entry or may detain, expel or repatriate you because of your state of health, medical condition or other reasons. You are responsible for all visas, entry, health and other requirements and all documents required by the laws, regulations, orders and/or requirements of countries you intend to visit. You should check the requirements of those countries with their embassies or consulates or other authorities. We accept no responsibility if you are refused entry into any country you intend to visit and you release us from all damages, expenses, costs, liabilities or loss you incur in relation to such matters. To ensure the safety of yourself and others, it may be

necessary for us to disclose details of your health or medical condition to Suppliers. You authorise us to make such disclosure and you agree that our doing so is not a breach of confidence or duty and that you will not hold us liable in tort, in contract or under any privacy or anti-discrimination laws. OTHER CONDITIONS Brochure and Site Accuracy: We endeavour to ensure that the brochure is accurate at the time of publication and that the Site is and remains accurate at all times. However, we cannot be held responsible for printing or typographical errors or errors arising from unforeseen circumstances. Hotel Locations and Descriptions: Maps in our brochures and on the Site are provided only as a guide to locations and maps on the Site are powered by Google maps. Hotel descriptions featured are based on current international hotel guides and information provided by hotels and Suppliers. Descriptions are provided as guidelines only and any facilities shown as included are subject to change at any time. Hotel room photographs may not be specific to rooms booked. Hotel Check-In: To guarantee charges for incidental items, Suppliers require validation of a current credit card upon check-in. Room Bedding Guide: Prices in the brochure and on the Site are based on existing bedding in the room. Requests for particular arrangements must be made at the time of booking and are not guaranteed. Requests such as twin share - separate beds, additional rollaway beds may be made at time of check-in and charges are payable direct to the hotel. The ‘Bedding Guide’ is provided as guidelines only and are subject to change at any time. Standard of Service: The standard of service in your holiday is based on various factors and we do not represent or guarantee a particular standard or fitness for purpose of the accommodation or services provided. Frequent Flyer Points: Airfares may or may not attract Frequent Flyer points. This decision rests with the airline and is not our responsibility. Complaints: We endeavour to ensure that the arrangements we have made for you are implemented as arranged. If a problem occurs, the most practical way to deal with it is to attempt resolution locally with the Supplier. If you fail to follow this course, any claim for compensation may be reduced or denied. If you have any unresolved complaint, details should be lodged in writing (with supporting documentation, including efforts made with the Supplier to resolve it) with your travel agent or directly with us within 30 days of your holiday concluding. Your Privacy: We will handle your personal information in accordance with our Privacy Policy, which is posted on the Site or will be sent to you upon request. Your booking of any Travel Product constitutes your representation to us that you have read our Privacy Policy and accept its application to you. User Agreement: By using the Site to browse and/or book any Travel Product, you represent to us that you have read our User Agreement posted on the Site and you accept its application to you. Law and Jurisdiction: The agreement between us and you in respect of the services to be provided is constituted solely by these terms and conditions and is governed by the laws of New South Wales, Australia. We and you submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of New South Wales and the Courts of appeal therefrom. Financial Protection: We participate in The Travel Compensation Fund (TCF). TCF is a fund administered by a regulatory body established by government to protect consumer funds in the event of a member’s financial failure. You can have complete confidence that we meet the strict financial criteria necessary to participate in the TCF. Understanding these Terms and Conditions: If you do not understand any aspect of these terms and conditions you should seek advice from an appropriately qualified person.

GUIDE TO PRICING & IMAGES Images: Featured hotel images may not relate to the lead in room category and therefore not represent the room type allocated for your booking. Pricing: ‘From’ pricing is offered as a guide only and, unless otherwise stated, per person, twin share on a lead in room category/service level for the 2014 low season travel period. Prices are confirmed and guaranteed only when a booking is made and may differ from the brochure or Site ‘from’ price and any quote.

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