Top Things to Do in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is blessed with popular attractions and sightseeing opportunities, and you will find endless things to see and do. China Highlights has listed for you the following top things to do in Hong Kong. Choose any of the listed programs and you won't be disappointed. You can also check out recommended top things to do, attractions and destinations to visit in China.
Take a ride up and get a panoramic view of Hong Kong from the top of the 554m/1818ft-high Victoria Peak. Its steepest point has an angle of 27 degrees which definitely can give you an unforgettable experience.
Aberdeen Bay retains the characteristic of a traditional fishing village in the 1800s. The village still inhabits hundreds of fishing men. Here, you can tour around the bay by a sampan, and taste the fresh and delicious seafood.
It is one of the few in-city race tracks in the world. This is the best place to watch the horse racing and place a bet. The exciting screaming of the punters is as much of a spectacle as the races.
The tranquil and green environment makes it a popular spot. See the Giant Buddha, the tallest outdoor bronze Buddha in the world, and visit Buddhist temples on the island.
Hong Kong is fascinating everywhere at night. It would be absolutely a great experience for taking a night cruise at the Victoria Harbor, enjoying the breeze and the Symphony of Lights.
Hong Kong's street markets, usually nestled among the towering skyscrapers, are full of fun and excitement. Shoppers will find unparalleled selection of bargains and hidden treasures in each market.
A trip in Hong Kong will not be complete without trying Dim Sum. Morning or lunch time Dim Sum is a local tradition. The wide range of snacks are delightfully served in bamboo baskets and accompanied by tea.
In Macau you can have a leisurely stroll among the many historical properties, feel the mixing culture of Chinese and Portuguese, and try your luck in gambling. The frequent ferries take only about one hour to go from Hong Kong to Macau.
Hi Mr Desai, from HKIA to your hotel, taking a taxi would be the most convenient way. From your hotel to Macau, the best way to take ferry is China Ferry Terminal (中国客运码头).
Service time: 07:00–22:30 (daily)
It is located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon (九龙尖沙咀).
Dear yau lin tai,
Thanks for your tour enquiry!
We are now working on your tour proposal and will email you a detailed itinerary and quotation. If you have any further queries, just feel free to discuss with your personal travel advisor. Have a nice day!Candy Wei Replied on 2013-01-08
Hi Jenny, yes, no problem to take one day Macau tour from HK and back to HK. You can take boat as transportation, which is very convenient. We can arrange this tour for you. Please kindly advise the number of people and the exact date. Then we will send you a quotation.Whitney Liao Replied on 2012-12-25
Hi Anonymous, I recommend the Ladies' Market (Tung Choi Street) to you.
Ladies' Market in Tung Choi Street is a great destination for the fashion conscious and those with an eye for bargain-priced sport shoes, watches, clothing, stationary, and cosmetics.
Men's and children's clothing are also on sale.
Location: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
Business Hours: Noon – 11.30pm
How to get there: MTR Mongkok Station Exit E2
More information, please check here: http://www.chinahighlights.com/hong-kong/shopping.htmWhitney Liao Replied on 2012-12-11
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