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Places to Visit in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a metropolitan city with multiple options for visitors to enjoy and have fun. There are many unique experiences that you can experience while vacationing in Hong Kong like fishing in Aberdeen Fishing Village, a tram ride to Victoria Peak, etc. If you start listing down things to do in Hong Kong, you will definitely run out of paper. You can enjoy trekking and hiking at the Dragon’s back.

The evening symphony at the Hong Kong harbor in the night landscape is a once in a lifetime experience. Visiting the serene beaches and relaxing is a great option to rejuvenate from the stressful city life. Moreover, many water sport activities can also be done at these beaches.

One of the best places to shop, Hong Kong has numerous markets all around the city where you can buy souvenirs or gifts or cheap electronic items. The Temple Street Night Market should definitely be on your itinerary. You can also go for sightseeing and continue to explore the attractions in Hong Kong for days and not get bored.

There are a lot of activities and things to be done by visitors when in Hong Kong. You just have to step out of your hotel and start exploring the place. For adventurers, there are trekking, hiking and water sports that they can try. Visitors looking for a calm and serene environment can enjoy the lush green parks, the beautiful beaches, take a sightseeing tour of the city or hop on the big bus for the city tour. There is no way you can get bored in this city as simple activities like walking in the park or sitting by the beach are fulfilling in their own way. Below is a list of few activities that visitors of all ages can do and enjoy while vacationing in Hong Kong.

Avenue of Stars and A Beautiful Symphony of Lights

Avenue of Stars is the Hong Kong Walk of Fame and celebrates famous actors of the Hong Kong Cinema. It is located in the ever-famous harbor, the Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront. Over the years it has become a popular scenic spot in Hong Kong attracting close to half million visitors every month. The handprints of the local movie actors, exhibitions, cultural programs, dance performances and many more such activities happen here throughout the year.

From Avenue of Stars, you can also enjoy the

Wong Tai Sin temple

The WongTaiSin Temple is also known as “Temple of Wong-Tar-Shian”. Initially, the temple was built as a court District in Wan-Chai. After donations, this temple was moved to its current location. Wong-Tai-Sin is considered the God of health and hence people visit this temple and pray for good health of friends and family. The temple has the Chinese architectural design with red pillars, yellow latticework, carvings, and a gold roof. The temple opens fr

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Located on the Hong Kong Island at the Peak Tower, Madame Tussauds is a major attraction in Hong Kong. It is the first of the Madame Tussauds museum to be built in Asia. The museum houses over 100 wax figures of famous personalities out of which one third are Asian. The wax figures are designed to cover different themes like Music Icons, Historic Heroes, the Champions, Hong Kong Glamour etc. divided among eleven interactive zones. You can click selfies with your f

Hong Kong National Day

The Hong Kong National Day is celebrated on October 1st every year since 1997 after it was handed over to the Chinese by the British. On this day the People’s Republic of China was founded. Flag raising ceremonies, parades, and fireworks happen during the celebrations. The Victoria Harbor has spectacular fireworks and runs for 20 minutes. This is a mind-blowing show stealer as the firecrackers set off from 4 differentlocations in the middle of Victoria Harbo

Museums in Hong Kong

To spend a day leisurely, the museums in Hong Kong are the best places to visit. You can learn a lot about Hong Kong as well as enjoy your day while walking through the artifacts and the history. These museums will take you up and close to the Hong Kong culture and the steps in its growth and development. The Museum of Medical Sciences in Central showcases the evolution of healthcare system, the Police Museum showcases the transformation of Hong Kong forces, the F

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

Located on Lantau Island, just 12 km from the Hong Kong International Airport, the Disneyland theme park is a must-visit venue. The theme park even has two resort hotels and a recreation center near the lake. The park opens at 10 a.m. in the morning and is directly connected to MTR line trains. The resort is divided into themes like Toy Story Land, Grizzly Gulch etc. These themes have multiple activities and exciting rides that you can enjoy. If you happen to visi

Chinese New Year HK

The Chinese New year is the most colorful and liveliest of the events that happen in Hong Kong. The city and the people start their preparations to welcome the New Year. The New Year is celebrated on the day of the first moon of Lunar Calendar. This would be a good time to visit Hong Kong and indulge in the spirit of the festival. The celebrations continue for fifteen days at a stretch and culminate in the Lantern Festival. The noise of drums, firecrackers, and go

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak is a small mountain on the western side of the Hong Kong Island. Also called Mount Austin, it has an altitude of 552 m and is the highest mountain in Hong Kong. Views of the Central, Lamma Island, and Victoria Harbor from the Victoria Peak are mesmerizing. The panoramic view of the waterfront from the peak attracts a large number of tourists here. A viewing deck is specially designed and equipped with telescopes so people can enjoy the breath-taking

Christmas and New Year Eve

Christmas is a great time to visit Hong Kong. Entire city glitters with lights and makes for a spectacular view. Though Christmas is not a Chinese holiday, yet it is celebrated with full enthusiasm. Each and every corner of the city from theme parks to hotels to streets are covered with lights. Visiting Hong Kong during this festive season will give you a great chance to enjoy great food and shop. Moreover, the evening Harbour Cruise with the backdrop of Hong Kong

Parks and nature in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong city is not just about skyscrapers, it has beautiful marine and country parks. Since 70% of Hong Kong is all countryside, it is home to many gorgeous parks where you can relax with friends and family and even enjoy a picnic. The UNESCO Global Geopark in New Territories is one of the biggest in Hong Kong and is located in Volcanic Rock Region. The Victoria Park in Eastern Hong Kong Island is another attraction where you can find people playing footbal

Ngong Ping 360

Ngong Ping 360 is located on Lantau Island and houses a spectacular cable car ride that is listed in world’s top 10 rides. It is named Ngong Ping 360 as the cable car takes you to the Ngong Ping plateau and you can see a 3600 view of Hong Kong from there. The 25-minute long cable ride provides some of the spectacular views of the island and connects to the Ngong Ping Village which is a culturally themes garden. The Village is located right next to the Po Lin

Dragon Boat Festival

The Dragon Boat Festival is also called the Teung Ng Festival. This festival is celebrated on the 5th day of 5th Lunar Month, generally May or June. People have been celebrating this festival since the 3rd century. The long narrow dragon boats are decorated and made colorful. These are then raced by teams of paddlers with the beat of gongs and drums. This festival is also celebrated all around the world as it is an exciting and entertaining festival. Many internat

Hike the Dragons back

Hong Kong isn’t perceived as a hiking destination, but wetlands, mountains, and woods make up about 73% of Hong Kong. The Dragon Back trail is one of the best hikes in Asia. This trek takes you through the rural parts of the island. You will encounter glorious peaks along the way and get mesmerized with the Chinese flora and fauna. With the skyscrapers in the backdrop, this is one of the most visually beautiful treks in Hong Kong.

Temple Street Night Market

The Temple Street Night Market is the one not to be missed. It is the largest market in Hong Kong and runs over a kilometre. The whole market is lively, colorful and noisy. It is a great experience to shop here. You can find items ranging from footwear to fake clothes to household items to electronic devices. You will have to bargain for the right price, don’t get carried away with the price that the seller is quoting. Also, make sure that you check the qual

The Landmark

The Landmark is the oldest shopping mall in Hong Kong and is located adjacent to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel at Queen’s Road in Central Hong Kong Island. It can easily be reached by MR trains and buses. The mall has five levels full of shop outlets that consist of all the major brands in Asia. Louis Vuitton has its flagship store in this mall and offers products at lower prices compared to other outlets. If you are a shopaholic then this place is the right s

Ladies Market

Ladies’ market sets at Tung Choi Street in Kowloon district of Hong Kong. The whole market area is about 1 km long and you can buy items like clothes, fashion jewelry, souvenirs, shoes etc. The quality of the items will vary from shop to shop and you will have to bargain to avoid being cheated by the sellers. Though the majority of the items being sold in this market are for women, few products for men and children are also available. The market gets crowded

Elements Shopping Mall

The Elements Shopping Mall is located on Austin Road West in Kowloon district. The mall is created around five themes of Chinese elements wood, water, fire, metal, and earth. You can find a fantastic range of products offered by best of brands. The mall has fantastic visual displays and is decorated with fountains, wooden and rock sculptures that look magnificent.

With more than 123 stores in the mall, it is the biggest in Hong

Stanley Market

Shoppers looking to buy art and craft items and souvenirs should definitely visit the Stanley Market. The market sets up at Stanley New Street at 10 a.m. in the morning and closes around 7 in the evening. A wide range of ornaments, artwork, clothes, antiques etc. are available in this market. A large number of Chinese-style goods like brushes for calligraphy in Chinese, inks etc. are also up for sale here. You can even find a few western brand items like clothes e

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