There are many sights to see and enjoy in Hong Kong. We’ve listed a few of them here for you:
Located in the south end of Hong Kong Island, the Ocean Park has the distinction of being a top theme park and aquarium in Southeast Asia. It’s also an excellent marine education center, which makes it a great place for families with children. The park is spread over an area of 170 acres.
Victoria Harbor: Victoria Harbor is located between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon; it’s China’s largest harbor, bustling with all kinds of watercraft, from the historic Star Ferries to cruise liners, wooden fishing vessels and cargo ships at all hours.
Disneyland Resort: Located on Lantau Island, this Disneyland Resort has the usual Mickey and Minnie Mouse and the fairytale castles and the rest, but there’s also an ode to Chinese culture in the monuments.
Victoria Peak: This is the best location for a great view of the lights over the city. Victoria Peak Tower, at the end of the Peak Tram ride, appears like a Chinese wok. Victoria Peak houses an exciting Peak Explorer Motion Simulator called the Odditorium. There are plenty of green terraces, restaurants and a Madame Tussauds Wax Museum also here.
Wong Tai Sin Temple: Patterned after an ancient Chinese palace, this temple is an ode to Chinese culture. Do also check out the Man Mo Temple and Po Lin Monastery while you’re in Hong Kong.