Hongkong tourist destinations
Hong Kong is known to be the special administrative region of China, one of the world’s largest economic and financial centers. There are lots of tourist spots in the countries that you should consider to visit depending on the length of your visit. The list of attractions below is expected to help you have an economical and interesting trip.
The Peak: This is one of Hongkong’s major tourist attractions, a must-see and where tourists can catch the overall view of the city from 552 metres. The atraction offers shopping hubs, eating and sightseeing services. You can get here by bus, taxi, etc.
Sky 100: It is located in the highest building in Hongkong. Opened in April 2011, Sky100 is the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong. It is located on 100/F of International Commerce Centre (ICC) at a height of 393 meters above sea level. Tourists can have opportunities to learn about the history as well as culture of the country in the art exhibition center where visitors can also watch the 360-degree view of Honkong nightlife.
Ngongping 360: Ngong Ping 360 is the ideal springboard to exploring Lantau Island. This is where tourists can learn more about Buddhism and see the Hongkong’s biggest Buddha statue. The renowned Big Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping Piazza and Wisdom Path are only a five-minute walk from Ngong Ping Village. Besides, Ngongping 360 is also known as the food hub and budget shopping center in the city.
Avenue of stars: The highway is considered to be the Hollywood of the East and definitely a must-visit when coming to this country. This is the place iconic for Hongkong film industry with finger prints of famous actors and actress, especially Bruce Lee’s statue in real size.
Avenue of stars, Hongkong
Disneyland Hongkong: This is a world famous amusement park that everyone should take a visit. The park features lots of thrilling rides and Disneyland’s popular characters.
The Star- ferry: It is a passenger ferry service operator and tourist spot in Hong Kong. Founded in 1888, its principal routes carry passengers across Victoria Harbour, between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. It has been rated first in the “Top 10 Most Exciting Ferry Rides” by the Society of American Travel Writers (“SATW”) in February 2009.
Night markets: they are ideal places for those who want to go shopping and explore Hongkong’s street food. The popular ones include Ladies Market, Temple Street Night Market, etc.