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The Top Things To Do In Hong Kong For A Memorable Holiday

By Jsbdsl @jonnyblair
The Top Things To Do In Hong Kong For A Memorable Holiday

The Top Things To Do In Hong Kong For A Memorable Holiday

Home to seven million people, 260 islands, and elegant skyscrapers than any other city on the planet, Hong Kong is an immense destination in every sense of the world. Hong Kong holds a reputation for being an exciting financial hub and Asia’s largest shopping hub. However, deep-rooted in history and culture, this cosmopolitan destination has a lot to offer than just impressive skylines, enticing nightlife, and lip-smacking dim sums. From visiting the temple street to witness the night market, Hong Kong would fascinate you in plenty of ways.

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The Victoria Peak

Among the first things you need to add to your Hong Kong to-do list is the Victoria Peak. It is the highest point on Hong Kong Island. Since the old colonial days, the fresh mountain air has rendered this place popularity. But note that the main attraction of this place is the view of the fascinating skyline. The historic tram ride is the most scenic and exertion free path to the top.

The Top Things To Do In Hong Kong For A Memorable Holiday

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Fix your appointment with the Big Buddha

The Big Buddha also referred to as the Tian Tan Buddha is the most massive outdoor seated structure of Buddha in the world. You have to climb a calf-aching 270 steps to reach the statue. It is Hong Kong’s one of the most iconic and recognizable attractions. Also, the figure of Buddha is located at the Po Lin Monastery. It is one of the world’s most crucial Buddhist sanctums.

Take a stroll along the Repulse Bay

Yes, you have heard it right! The name doesn’t appeal much, but wait until you lay your eyes on this golden stretch of land. It is named after a 19th-century battle where the British army repelled the invading pirates. Note that the Repulse Bay is now one of the city’s most exclusive areas due to its gorgeous beach.

LAN Kwai Fong

No trip to Hong Kong would be complete without a boozy night at the Lan Kwan Fong. It is located at the Central District and comprises of almost 100 bars as well as restaurants. You can find anything from Hong Kong’s trendiest restaurants to the city’s most raucous nightclubs. So, if you want to witness and soak in the nightlife of Hong Kong, a visit to this place is a must.

The Hong Kong Disneyland

If you are traveling with your kids, then a visit to Hong Kong without going to this place is incomplete. The Magic Kingdom has made its entry to Hong Kong by bringing Mickey and his gang to the Lantau Island. As a grown-up, unleash your inner child at all the old Disneyland favorites. You can also avail thrill rides like the Iron Man Experience and Star Wars.

Visit the Tai Kwun Center of Art and Heritage

In case you are searching for a much-needed dose of art and heritage in Hong Kong, this place would be your best bet. It is a massive independent art space that has been repurposed from a 150-year old police station. This hub comprises of 16 heritage buildings, art galleries, and several bars and restaurants. If you are a history buff, then you will appreciate the conservation efforts of this museum. As an art lover, you can revel at the world-class exhibitions and theater performances showcasing local talents. There’s something for everyone at this place.

A ride on the ding-dings via Hong Kong Trams

The trams of Hong Kong are one of the city’s icons. It is one of those modes of public transport which beast exudes an old-school feel. Here you get on at the back and pay by the driver as you exit at the front. Trams in Hong Kong are a super affordable way to tour this place. You can catch vivid sights of the city between Shau Kei Wan and the Kennedy Town. Don’t miss the new air-conditioned fleet of trams that have been launched in Hong Kong recently. You can also avail sight-seeing tram featuring audio guides of the city.

Also, note that Hong Kong is a dining paradise with one of the highest ratios of restaurants per head in the world. The city also provides a plethora of delectable street-side cheap eateries where foodies can enjoy to the maximum extent. Visit Hong Kong to have an exhilarating tour.

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