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HONG KONG

Rich culture, traditions and a modern cityscape

Hong Kong Attractions

Visit the Disneyland Park

Visit the Disneyland Park

Unlike other Disney resorts, Hong Kong Disneyland is a breeze to manage. In fact, it's probably the world's easiest Disney park to visit. Not only is it connected to town by a simple subway ride, but it's also so compact and uncrowded that you can see its best attractions in six hours or less. A must visit with family.

Symphony of Lights Show

Symphony of Lights Show

SoL is staged every night at 8:00 p.m. The best viewing locations of this nightly spectacle are the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront outside the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the Avenue of Stars, the promenade at Golden Bauhinia Square in Wanchai, and from sightseeing ferries in the Victoria Harbour.

Climb The Lantau Peak

Climb The Lantau Peak

Check out this 1.7-mile out-and-back trail near Ngong Ping, Islands. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 45 min to complete. This is a popular trail for birding and hiking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day.

Avenue of Stars

Avenue of Stars

Dedicated to Hong Kong film industry, the Avenue of Stars is another remarkable site among the wealth of architectural marvels in Hong Kong. Avenue of Stars is an avenue set along the Victoria Harbour waterfront and is extremely popular among tourists. Take photos with the film-related sculptures, view the magnificent Hong Kong skyline and buy souvenirs for your loved ones.

Star Ferry Ride

Star Ferry Ride

The famous Star Ferry means much more to Hong Kong than a simple mode of transportation or tourist attraction. The green and white vessels crossing Victoria Harbour are a legend. Moreover, they are considered a landmark since the 1880s. They are a cheap, affordable and convenient way to cross the harbour.

Hong Kong Obervation Wheel

Hong Kong Obervation Wheel

The Hong Kong Observation Wheel is a 60-metre (197-foot) tall Ferris wheel located at the Central Harbourfront, Central, Hong Kong. You shall witness a stunning panorama of Victoria Harbour illuminated under the dark sky.

Big Bus Tour

Big Bus Tour

See Hong Kong's legendary landmarks on the Hop-on, Hop-off Hong Kong Big Bus Tour! This bus tour is best suited for the tourists who are looking for an offbeat way to visit important sights of interest in and around Hong Kong City. This open-top bus tour takes you past Hong Kong’s most magnificent sights, accompanied by recorded commentary in ten languages. The tour is hassle-free too meaning you can hop on and off at various break points along the route whenever you like.

Visit The Victoria Peak

Visit The Victoria Peak

As early as the 19th century, the Peak attracted prominent European residents because of its panoramic view over the city and its temperate climate compared to the sub-tropical climate in the rest of Hong Kong. If there's one destination on every Hong Kong itinerary, it's likely Victoria Peak.

Ocean Park

Ocean Park

A park for all ages. The park has entertainment, thrill, dining, and shopping all in one place. This park combines all kinds of experiences for its visitors. It is one of the top-most tourist attractions in Hong Kong, which has an amusement park incorporating a marine mammal park, an animal theme park, an oceanarium and many more.

Noah's Ark Theme Park

Noah's Ark Theme Park

Spend an entire day here, enjoying it with your family and friends. Take a tour of Ark Garden where life-size structures of exotic animals are on display, check out unusual creatures of nature at Two Head Castle or bask in the tranquillity of the beach. It is a destination for entertainment, education and conservation with a wide range of facilities and edutainment activities such as the Ark Garden, Ark Expo, Treasure House, Ark Life Education House, Solar Tower & e-Planet.

Sky100 Observation Deck

Sky100 Observation Deck

Discover Hong Kong from an elevated perspective at sky100. Through our stunning 360-degree panoramic views, the interactive multimedia exhibits and fun-filled facilities, you can explore Hong Kong’s fascinating history and rich culture while having fun. It comprises 118 floors: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong occupies the top 17 floors from 102 to 118, which make it the highest hotel in the world.

Cable Car Ride to Ngong Ping

Cable Car Ride to Ngong Ping

The Ngong Ping is a gondola cable car that travels 5.7 kilometers between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping Village on Lantau Island. The journey takes around 25 minutes. As you ride along in the transparent gondola cars, the 360-degree panoramic views really are stunning.

Enjoy The Peak Tram Ride

Enjoy The Peak Tram Ride

The venerable Peak Tram is, as most passengers agree, the only way to truly experience the beauty of Hong Kong's natural wonders. Tens of millions of people from every corner of the globe have taken the ride, which affords a uniquely spectacular perspective of the city.

Tian Tan Buddha

Tian Tan Buddha

The name Tian Tan is inspired by the Altar of Heaven in Beijing, a temple that used to be visited by Chinese emperors for religious ceremonies. Construction of the statue began in 1990 and was completed on December 29, 1993, which is regarded by the Chinese as the day when Buddha attained enlightenment. Located at Ngong Ping on Lantau Island, this giant bronze statue was constructed in the early 1990s and symbolises the harmonious relationship between nature and man.

Visit Madame Tussauds

Visit Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds is a unique attraction, with many awe-inspiring waxworks. It's a costly family excursion though – especially for the time you spend there, and for the number of waxworks you see. However, it's one worth ticking off on the to-do list.

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Best Time To travel

Autumn Season - September to November

Autumn is considered the best time to visit Hong Kong. This is a great time for outdoor activities, sightseeing, and exploring the city's attractions. It's also a popular time for festivals and events.

Spring Season - March to May

Spring is another favourable time to visit Hong Kong. The weather is comfortable, and the city is often covered in colorful blooms. It's a good time for outdoor activities, hiking, and exploring the city's parks and gardens.

Summer Season - June to August

Summer is the least favourable time to visit Hong Kong due to its hot and humid conditions, as well as the possibility of typhoons. However, this is also the time when you might find travel deals and fewer tourists.

Winter Season - December to February

This is a good time for outdoor exploration, shopping, and enjoying the city's vibrant atmosphere. The Christmas and Chinese New Year festivities also add to the charm.

 

Currency

Hong Kong dollar (HKD)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+8)

 

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