Things to do in Hong Kong


Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Regions of China. Hong Kong is famous for skyscrapers, cloudy mountains, rocky islands and the financial centre. Hong Kong is a leading financial centre in East Asia. Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate, but is cooled in winter by sea breezes.The major tourist destinations in Hong Kong are:

Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams and explore 7 lands – Adventure land, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasy land, Tomorrow land and Main Street, U.S.A. – filled with beauty, excitement and Disney Characters. Brave exotic jungles, tour mysterious museums, blast through mines, sail around the world and rocket into outer space. Catch beloved Disney Characters on parade, spectacular fireworks and terrific live shows packed with music and laughter.


Ocean Park
The park has consistently rejuvenated and reinvented itself to better serve its guests, establishing itself as a major tourist attraction both locally and abroad. Since its opening more than 30 years ago, close to 100 million guests have visited Ocean Park. Over 7.7 million guests visit Ocean Park each year. The Summit is home to Ocean Park’s many thrill rides, including Hair Raiser, Whirly Bird, Bumper Blaster, The Flash and Rev Booster. There are also rides such as the Dragon, Eagle, Crazy Galleon, Ferris wheel, Flying Swing and Abyss in the Marine World nearby. The Ocean Theatre is a family favorite where dolphins and sea lions participate in lively daily shows that both entertain and educate its audience about the habitats of these marine mammals. At the unique Sea Jelly Spectacular, guests can interact with 1,000 beautiful sea jellies set against stunning music and multimedia displays. As one of the tallest observation towers in Southeast Asia, the Ocean Park Tower boasts a 360º gently rotating viewing room 72 meters above ground that enables guests to see clear to Aberdeen and the outlying islands. And Pacific Pier brings a slice of the sunny Californian coast to Hong Kong, complete with an interactive underwater exhibit view of the sea lions at play.

Madame Tussauds
Located in The Peak Tower, guests can gawk at some of the world’s most famous faces in 11 themed areas: Hong Kong Glamour, Royal Family, Historical and National Heroes, TV Studio, World Premiere, Kung Fu, K-wave, The Champions, Authentic History, Music Icons and Fantasy Kingdom. Re-enact classic TV drama scenes with Kim Soo-hyun and immerse in K-pop culture at the all-new K-wave Zone, practise kung fu with Jackie Chan at the all-new Kung Fu Zone, pose with US President Barack Obama at the White House, feel Andy Lau’s heartbeat, glam it up with Lady Gaga on stage, and step into Fantasy Kingdom – a world full of virtual characters and superheroes! Complete the star-studded journey at the Madame Tussauds Hong Kong souvenir shop, which features a full range of souvenirs and gifts, from personalised wax hands, to mini look-alike figurines, 3D glass cubes and many more options.

Victoria Peak
Victoria Peak is a mountain in the western half of Hong Kong Island. It is also known as Mount Austin, and locally as The Peak. With an elevation of 1811 ft., it is the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island. Peak attracted seven million visitors every year because of its panoramic view over the city and its waterfront. Victoria Peak Garden is located on the site of Mountain Lodge, It can be reached from Victoria Gap by walking up Mount Austin Road, a climb of about 150 metres. There are several restaurants on Victoria Peak, most of which are located in the two shopping centres. The Peak is accessible by train, buses, taxi and private cars.

Lantau Island
Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong. Come and explore the Lantau Island by the Ngong Ping 360 Cable car ride and enjoy the delicious vegetarian lunch at Po Lin Monastery. Visit Great Buddha Statue, once the world’s largest seated outdoor bronze Buddha statue. Tourists visit Tai O Fishing Village, also known as the “Venice of the East” and have a chance to experience the boat ride passing through the stilt house community to explore the traditional side of Tai O. Ngong Ping Village, a culturally themed village combining attractions, shopping, dining and entertainment.


Ladies Market
Ladies Market is located in Mong Kok and accessible by MTR or bus. Ladies Market sells various, low-priced products for women and also other general merchandise. General merchandise will be mixed according to the variety of market style, ranging from mirror bags, Jade bracelets and also oil paintings.

Trick Eye Museum
Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong presents a magnificent collection of 3D art pieces. It features paintings on plain surfaces that magically appear to be three dimensional through the use of optical illusion. You are most welcome to touch, climb and interact with the amazing exhibits. Trick Eye Museum has something for every age of people.

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