Hong Kong is a mix of Chinese and British cultures. Its culture made them popular to travelers. But because of the rapid passing of time, Hong Kong’s culture became so diversified but remained to be amazing and vibrant, still. Tourists of Hong Kong came from different nationalities across the world. Hong Kong is known for many things such as but not limited to, their wide harbor, authentic Chinese dishes and shopping.
These are the famous destinations in Hong Kong that you may want to visit and experience:
Avenue of Stars
The Avenue of Stars is a tribute for those artists who originated in Hong Kong and became famous world-wide. Artists came from different industries of film and movie, opera and music. Among all the stars and statues, the all-time favorite statue of tourists is the statue of Bruce Lee.
Hong Kong is also known for their numerous buildings and skyscrapers. Hong Kong tops the list of countries who has a number of skyscrapers. The Victoria Peak is a must-see place because it is from here that you would appreciate and see how beautiful Hong Kong is. Not only will you see their skyscrapers and buildings, but also, you will see their scenic harbor. The Victoria Peak is considered to be the highest peak in Hong Kong.
Ngong Ping 360
For as low as $150 for adults, $75 for children aged 3-11, and $105 for seniors, you could already enjoy a round-trip ride to Ngong Ping 360. You will get to see their large statue of Buddha, see the scenery, enjoy the theme park, eat, and take good pictures.
Hong Kong Disneyland
Have a magical experience at Hong Kong Disneyland! Hong Kong Disneyland is China’s first Disney theme park. There are seven attractions that you will have to experience. Each attraction offers several exhilarating activities. Get to see the cast of Disney characters as they make their way to the parade. You can also watch fireworks display every 8:30PM.
With 40 attractions and rides, you will not get bored at the Ocean Park. Enjoy breath-taking, and heart-stopping adventure-filled activities! The Ocean Park is not only just a place for fun but also, it is a place for learning. You will get to meet animals and see them perform.
You will not have a complete travel without indulging yourself into shopping. The Ladies’ Market is located at Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon. This is a must-visit place if you consider yourself to be a shopaholic. You can exercise your haggling powers in order for you to grab a great deal. You can buy items at a lower price but it solely depend on how good your haggling skills are. You will find a lot of items here, from bags, watches, souvenirs, and a lot more.
Madame Tussauds Hong Kong
Do you want to take a picture of Jackie Chan? Barack Obama? Or even Angelina Jolie? Yes. Taking a picture of them together with over a hundred of artists are now possible at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. Be amazed on how these wax figures look like the real artist.
Temple Street Night Market
A night market with a glimpse of Chinese culture. This is the best feature of the Temple Street Night Market in Hong Kong. Experience the rich culture of Chinese while bargaining for cheap deals. While strolling, you could see opera singers as well as fortune tellers. You can even avail of their services.
Noah’s Ark Hong Kong
Remember Noah who gathered a pair of animals of each kind? Here at Noah’s Ark in Hong Kong, you would see a sculpture of all the pairs of animals that were brought inside the ark. Also, you would find here the large replica of the ark itself. With a price of $155 for adults and $125 for senior and children, you can already start the fun at the Noah’s Ark Hong Kong. Aside from the exciting activities being offered at Noah’s Ark, they also offer great stay and dining experience.
Tsim Sha Tsui
Wanted a luxury shopping, Tsim Sha Tsui is perfect for you! Items vary from gems, gadgets, jewelry and merely everything. Nathan Road is the most famous street in Tsim Sha Tsui where you could shop until you run out of budget. Tsim Sha Tsui is an active and bustling place but is worth visiting because you would get to immerse yourself to Hong Kong’s local life.