Top things to do in Hong Kong

Top things to do in Hong Kong

Top things to do in Hong Kong

With cloud-piercing buildings and a skyline which is illuminated to unfathomable extents, Hong Kong is an eye-catching symbol of modernisation. Underneath the layered cityscapes, the country unfurls its cultural and historic stories, with sporadic interruptions of mesmerising sceneries. An accumulation of temples, theme parks, museums, markets, street food and everything else under the sun, Hong Kong is the hub for hyperactive tourists.

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong:

Located near Victoria Peak Garden, Madame Tussauds is the first wax museum in Asia consisting of about 100 wax statues of famous personalities right from the Bollywood superstar, Amitabh Bachchan to the former president of USA, Barack Obama. The giggling statue of Miriam Yeung, the ever-angry beast, Hulk, the master of martial arts, Bruce Lee are some of the unique statues installed in this wax museum. All these statues are arranged in different sections like the Kung-fu zone, Hong-Kong Glamour, Animated World and Music icons.

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort:

A visit to Hong Kong is not complete unless you spend the day at Disneyland. Get ready to explore the 7 different parks inside Disneyland, where you befriend your favorite Disney characters. The distinct theme parks inside Disneyland include Fantasy Land, Toy Story Land, Adventure Land and many such zones that will leave you amazed. The newly added Marvels ride will surely get your heart pumping faster than usual, making it a must-try for those who love adventure. Power-packed with adventure and entertainment, Disneyland is a perfect setting for a day away from the city as you embrace your inner child.

Times Square Hong Kong:

Located in the heart of the city, Time Square is one of the largest shopping malls in Hong Kong. The Times Square Shopping Mall is a one-stop destination to fulfill all your retail needs. The mall has around 230 stores right from luxury fashion brands to a supermarket. Make sure you visit this here while in Hong Kong and take back home some souvenirs.

Tian Tan Buddha:

Located on Lantau Island close to the Lantau South Country Park away from Hong Kong City, Tian Tan Buddha is 34-meter high statue of Buddha Shakyamuni placed on top of a lotus at a height of 26.4 meters. Also known as the Big Buddha, the statue attracts millions of pilgrims from all over Asia and has become a very popular attraction amongst other international tourists as well.

Hong Kong Park:

A vast landscape of green grass in the heart of the city set with amazing features attracts a large number of locals as well as tourists. This tranquil public park consists of an artificial waterfall, lake and an aviary that is known to house 80 types of bird species in a beautifully designed tropical rainforest. Hong Kong Park is a perfect place for an evening stroll with your loved ones.

Victoria Park:

Named after Queen Victoria, Victoria Park in Causeway Bay is a park with lush greenery and serenity in the midst of the monotonous city life. The Victoria Park features interesting amenities like tennis courts, swimming pool, playgrounds, and the statue of Queen Victoria.

Victoria Peak:

Overlooking the Victoria Harbour all the way up to the hills of the New Territories and the sparkling skyscrapers, Victoria Peak is one of the most-visited attractions in Hong Kong. Get ready to experience the dazzling beauty of the city from the highest point in Hong Kong. The best time to visit the peak is during sunset when the sky transforms into orange and pink before turning into a sparkling galaxy of light above you. There is a Peak Tower with an observatory platform, dining area, shopping mall and a museum.

Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

Hop aboard on this 360-degree indoor observation deck in the International Commerce Center which will leave you spellbound with the architectural beauty of the city. You can also witness the multiple colors of the sky diffuse during sunset. See the vibrant city from the 100th floor and be amazed by the picturesque view from the top. You can also grab a bite at the café which offers some amazing dishes to satiate your hunger.

Hong Kong Science Museum:

This is a science and technology museum covering a vast range of scientific realms and displaying many interesting exhibits most of which are hands-on items, which means that you can actually touch the exhibits. Located in the heart of the city, this museum is a perfect place for your kids to learn about science through the various fun-filled programs that are conducted here. The highlight of the museum is the 22-metre-high twin tower energy machine that demonstrates the different forms of energy through various audio-visual effects.

Man Mo Temple:

Built in 1847 this temple houses the Literature God (Man) and the Martial God (Mo), and is frequented by students and scholars looking to succeed in the civil examinations of Imperial China. This temple is the largest Man Mo temple in Hong Kong which is visited by many tourists as it provides a calming atmosphere in contrast to the busy city.

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