Hong Kong has been one of the few places which I can visit a couple of times in a year and not get bored with it. From its food to culture and its attractions everything is so dynamic and keeps changing that a visit to this city is worth every penny. On my last visit in 2018, I was overwhelmed by the food scene, street shopping and the cultural diversity Hong Kong has to offer and not only this, it is so close to some of the neighbouring Chinese countries that getting around is super convenient with its fast bullet trains.
Below are some of the attractions which shouldn’t be missed while in Hong Kong.
1. Victoria Peak
The Peak is the high point on Hong Island. Furthermore, it offers the best perspectives on the city – extending from the high rises and towers of the downtown area to the mountains in the New Territories. It’s open by the Peak Tram, which passes the city’s structures at a confounding slope as it heads out up to 1,300 feet above ocean level. To get the ideal perspectives at best, you should head to the review stages at the blacksmith’s iron formed Peak Tower. Or then again if you extravagant a climb, take a walk around the 3.5km Peak Circle Walk, where you’ll get a bewildering birds-eye perspective on the city beneath.
2. Victoria Harbor
Hong Kong is the most well-known city for the travel industry on the planet, and Victoria Harbor is the most famous zone of Hong Kong. Victoria Harbor might be the most popular tourist area on the planet. Individuals appreciate seeing the horizon, riding the Star Ferry, and visiting attractions around it including the historical centres, shopping centres, and high structures. The Avenue of Stars promenade is being revamped and set to open in 2019. The Symphony of Lights has been renovated and modernized. On the Central side, there is another park along the shore that has a monster Ferris wheel. These new features keep on bringing a huge number of travellers to the most prevalent area of Hong Kong.
3. Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland is an amusement park situated on recovered land in Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island. It is located inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, and it is possessed and overseen by Hong Kong International Theme Parks. It is the biggest amusement park in Hong Kong, trailed by Ocean Park Hong Kong.
4. Lan Kwai Fong
Lan Kwai Fong is a celebrated cobble-stoned labyrinth of eateries, bars and dance club situated in the core of the Central Business District. Encompassed by the glass and steel of close-by high rises this is one of Hong Kong’s most great hangouts. There are more than 80 bars, eateries and dance club obliging all preferences from easygoing watering gaps to upmarket cantinas. In spite of there being a scope of eateries, the vast majority visit Lan Kwai Fong to appreciate the bars and a large number of advancements on offer including throughout the night cheerful hours.
5. Temple Street Night Market
The Temple Street Night Market, a prevalent road bazaar, named after a Tin Hau sanctuary situated in the focal point of its principle drag, and a spot so saturated with neighbourhood air that it has filled in as the background to numerous a noteworthy motion picture. Knickknacks, tea product, gadgets, watches, menswear, jade and collectables are investigated and wrangled over, while clay pot rice, fish, noodles and different treats are consumed with gusto by people. Temple Street Night Market is a continuing case of the theatre and party of the Chinese market.
Looking at these amazing tourist attractions and delicious local foods, Hong Kong is worth visiting with your family. Besides these, other attractions and dishes are worth trying too, and you won’t find out unless you visit Hong Kong. So do use this guide for an amazing touring experience.