Trip Report: Hong Kong and Macau

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Star Alliance Lounge at LAX Tom Bradley Terminal
  • Part 2: Asiana Business Class Quadra Smartium LAX-ICN
  • Part 3: Asiana Business Class Lounge at ICN
  • Part 4: Asiana Business Class ICN-HKG
  • Part 5: Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers
  • Part 6: Sightseeing in Hong Kong
  • Part 7: Getting from Hong Kong to Macau
  • Part 8: Sheraton Macau Hotel, Macau Central
  • Part 9: Sightseeing in Macau
  • Part 10: Getting from Macau to the Hong Kong Airport
  • Part 11: Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Lounge at HKG
  • Part 12: Singapore Airlines First Class HKG-SFO
  • Part 13: Four Points by Sheraton Hotel & Suites SFO
  • Part 14: Alaska Airlines Boardroom Lounge at SFO Terminal 1
  • Part 15: Southwest Airlines SFO-SNA


This is clearly going to be a very large trip report, even though it was just five days worth of travel. I had some great experiences and a couple of less than stellar experiences, and I hope to share all of them with you over the coming weeks.

This was the view from my room in Hong Kong. Not bad, right?

I hope at least some of these posts will be useful to you if you have any plans to travel to Hong Kong and/or Macau anytime soon. They’re not comprehensive and you might be able to find similar information elsewhere, but I hope my view on things will help you in some way or at least be an interesting read.

A slight hint of what I did in Macau. It’s not what you think, but still kind of crazy…especially for me. And look at the weather!

I plan on explaining how exactly I booked my flights and my hotel stays. I’ve noticed that many points/travel bloggers rarely add this detail into their reports, and that bothers me. If they’re staying at all these lavish hotels and taking amazing flights, I want to know where their points came from and how much they spent. I want to know how/if I can replicate it. I’ll add this to my posts because I know it will be helpful, especially to the beginners.

As always, let me know if you have any questions on any of these!


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2 responses to “Trip Report: Hong Kong and Macau

  1. Pingback: Hong Kong and Macau Part 1: Star Alliance Lounge at LAX Tom Bradley Terminal | Travel Summary

  2. Pingback: Hong Kong and Macau Part 2: Asiana Quadra Smartium Business Class LAX-ICN | Travel Summary

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