Hong Kong

Hong Kong Tramways, Ding Ding, with double-deck trams

Top Attractions in Hong Kong: Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Disneyland, Ladies’ Market, Ocean Park Hong Kong, Temple Street Night Market, Clock Tower, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Golden Bauhinia Square (and HKCEC), Lan Kwai Fong, Avenue of Stars, Victoria Harbour & Symphony of Lights

Transportation in Hong Kong – List of tallest buildings in Hong Kong

 

 

 

Facts about Hong Kong

  1. The population of Hong Kong numbers more than 7 million people.
  2. Hong Kong International Airport is the world’s busiest cargo airport.
  3. The bronze Big Buddha located on Lantau Island, one of the famous Hong Kong landmark and it is one of the world’s largest seated Buddhas and is 34 metres high.
  4. Tsing Ma Bridge is the world’s 11th-longest span suspension bridge, 2,160 metres long.
  5. In Hong Kong are some of the most famous skyscrapers in the world.
  6. Hong Kong has the highest numbers of Rolls-Royce and Mercedes cars.
  7. Hong Kong is the birthplace of Chinese martial arts films.
  8. Hong Kong International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world according to international passenger traffic.
  9. It is the world’s most expensive place to buy a home.
  10. The Peak Tram is the first cabled funicular in Asia.
  11. Hong Kong is one of the richest cities in the world.
  12. Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than any other city in the world.

Things to Do in Hong Kong

  1. See the view of Hong Kong skyscrapers from Victoria Peak.
  2. Escape to the beach around Hong Kong.
  3. Try Street Food in Mong Kok and in more places.
  4. Ride the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbor.
  5. Visit the Historic Temples.
  6. Take a Tai Chi Class.
  7. Visit the Hong Kong Stars.
  8. Climb to the Top of Big Buddha.
  9. Enjoy a Day Trip to Macau from Hong Kong.
  10. Ride the the Hong Kong Tramways or Ding Ding, one of the earliest forms of public transport.
  11. Walk 430 steps with Ten Thousand Buddhas.
  12. Charter a junk boat.
  13. Visit and explore the outer islands.
  14. Tram up to The Peak, the best way to enjoy the ultimate Peak.
  15. Explore Lantau Island.
  16. Enjoy a day of fun at one of Hong Kong’s most loved theme parks, the Ocean Park.

Things to do in Hong Kong


Skyline and Symphony of Lights

Skyline and Symphony of Lights

A daily light and sound show in Hong Kong, the largest permanent light in the world comprises five major themes Awakening, Energy, Heritage, Partnership, Celebration …

Western Market, Hong Kong

Western Market, Hong Kong

The building of the Western Market in Sheung Wan, is one of the oldest structures and it is located at 323 Des Voeux Road Central …

Cheung Kong Park, Hong Kong

Cheung Kong Park, Hong Kong

The Cheung Kong Park, located at the busiest part of central Hong Kong, is a green oasis specially designed for and dedicated to city dwellers as a living reminder of…

Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong

Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong

A temple complex that was built in 1924, located in Lantau Island close to Ngong Ping Village, a popular attraction to tourists …

Hong Kong Space Museum

Hong Kong Space Museum

A museum of space science and astronomy, Hong Kong Space Museum it is located in Tsim Sha Tsui …

Hong Kong Science Museum

Hong Kong Science Museum

With over 400 interactive exhibits Hong Kong Science Museum is located in Tsim Sha Tsui East in Kowloon …

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Hong Kong Heritage Museum opened on 16 December 2000 and it is located beside the Shing Mun River …

Chi Lin Nunnery Temple, Hong Kong

Chi Lin Nunnery Temple, Hong Kong

A large Buddhist temple complex located in Kowloon, established in 1934 consists of dozens of different halls, ponds, pagodas, gardens …          

Avenue of Stars

Avenue of Stars

This attraction located along the Victoria Harbour, a sidewalk on the shore of Victoria Bay with 20 star handprint plaques, sculptures of Bruce Lee …

Tsing Ma Bridge

Tsing Ma Bridge

It is the world’s 11th-longest span suspension bridge, a height of 206 metres, going to the Hong Kong international Airport …

Ladies Market, Hong Kong

Ladies Market, Hong Kong

Ladies Market or Ladies Street is the most popular market in Hong Kong on Tung Choi Street, with cosmetics, bags, watches, furnishings …

Hong Kong Museum of History

Hong Kong Museum of History

The museum is located in Tsim Sha Tsui next to Hong Kong Science Museum, was established in July 1975, local history, …

Hong Kong Railway Museum

Hong Kong Railway Museum

This Railway Museum is located where the Old Tai Po Market Railway Station was built and was opened in 1986 …

Madness 3D Adventure, Hong Kong

Madness 3D Adventure, Hong Kong

Located at the Peak Tower, Victoria Peak, the entrance is free, offers a fun, interactive experience through 3D artworks …

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Located in the western half of Hong Kong Island and it is the highest point and the most popular attractions in the city. The best place in the city to…

Peak Tower, Hong Kong

Peak Tower, Hong Kong

Victoria Peak has an elevation of 552 m, located in the western half of Hong Kong Island is one of the most popular attractions in HK …