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HONG KONG SIGHTSEEING - HONG KONG ATTRACTIONS

Hong Kong SIghtseeingHong Kong Top 10 Attractions - You will definitely want to go to Victoria Peak and have dinner. Most people recommend going at night and having dinner. While you are there enjoy Victoria Harbour where you will enjoy some very beautiful beaches and extraordinary views of the city. The Star Ferry is a popular way to travel across the harbour. On the journey you will see some very beautiful parts of the city and the cost is relatively inexpensive. Be prepared to climb 268 steps to get to see The Big Buddha that took ten years to build, but do go and see it. For another interesting ride try The Peak Tram. It was built in 1888 and climbs the slope of Victoria’s Peak. The almost vertical ride is 10 - 15 minutes from the Peak Tram Station and it operates between 7 am and midnight daily.

The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is a great family place to spend an entire afternoon seeing all that it has to offer. The Ocean Park is a fun filled amusement park that features the Dragon Roller Coaster as well as many other great rides to fill your day with fun. The Shek O is home to some of Hong Kong’s most wealthiest people. There are restaurants for your dining pleasure as you walk among the mansions. The Lan Kwai Fong is the place to go if you like nightclubs and such. You will find many of the most popular pubs located in this area. The Mid-level Escalator is a free ride and it is the longest escalator (outdoors and covered) in the world that takes you around certain parts of Hong Kong.

Victoria Peak
128 Peak Road, Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong Hong Kong
+852 2807 6543
You will definitely want to go to Victoria Peak and have dinner. Most people recommend going at night and having dinner in one of the restaurants so you can see the beautiful city lit up in the dark. We recommend that you make every effort to get there and enjoy the wonderful scenery.

Victoria Harbour
Edinburgh Place, Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong Hong Kong
+852 2807 6543
On Victoria Harbour you will enjoy some very beautiful beaches and extraordinary views of the city. Spend the day or evening and enjoy all there is to do and see. There are places to dine so make an effort to enjoy the wonderful cuisine as you enjoy the fantastic scenery.

Star Ferry
Star Ferry Pier, Edinburgh Place
Hong Kong, Hong Kong Hong Kong
+852 2366 2576
The Star Ferry is a popular way to travel across the harbour. On the journey you will see some very beautiful parts of the city and the cost is relatively inexpensive. In fact, you may wish to ride the Star Ferry more than once during your visit to the area.

Big Buddha (The)
Ngong Ping Plateau, (Lantau Island)
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
+852 2807 6543
The Big Buddha is a must see for everyone that is visiting the Hong Kong area. This particular Buddha is so big that it took ten years to build and the journey is quite long to see it but well worth it. Be prepared to climb 268 steps to get to see it.

Peak Tram
Garden Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
+852 2849 7654
The Peak Tram was built in 1888 and climbs the slope of Victoria’s Peak. The almost vertical ride is 10 - 15 minutes from the Peak Tram Station and it operates between 7 am and midnight daily. Once on Victoria Peak enjoy all the sightseeing possibilities there are to see and do.

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
Albany Road
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
+852 2530 0154
The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is a great family place to spend an entire afternoon seeing all that it has to offer. The zoo has many endangered species and it will prove to be an afternoon of fun and learning. It is well worth the visit while you are in the area.

Ocean Park
Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen
Hong Kong Hong Kong
+852 2552 0291
The Ocean Park is a fun filled amusement park that features the Dragon Roller Coaster as well as many other great rides to fill your day with fun. There is a Shark Aquarium and a Chinese cultural village. There is much more to do and see so make an effort to visit this park.

Shek O
Shek O Road
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
+852 2807 6543
The Shek O is home to some of Hong Kong’s most wealthiest people. There are restaurants for your dining pleasure as you walk among the mansions. You will want to spend the afternoon just seeing how these people live and you will be glad that you took the time to.

Lan Kwai Fong
Central
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
+852 2807 6543
The Lan Kwai Fong is the place to go if you like nightclubs and such. You will find many of the most popular pubs located in this area. This proves to be a fun time, so get ready to enjoy all the great atmosphere music and fun in the city.

Mid-levels Escalator
Connaught Road
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
+852 2807 6543
The Mid-levels Escalator is a free ride and it is the longest escalator (outdoors and covered) in the world that takes you around certain parts of the Hong Kong area. It is an interesting ride that takes 20 minutes and you will be able to see plenty of scenery while you are on it.

 

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