Take A Trip On The Star Ferry
Get along at Tsim Sha Tsui and head to Central to get important perspectives of the Hong Kong skyline. One of the least expensive and most agreeable types of transport in the city is to take a ferry. There are 12 watercrafts in the fleet and the crossing just takes 5 to 7 minutes. Don’t forget to take your camera.
Shop for Antiques on Hollywood Road
ON the road shop for Porcelain, Maoist memorabilia, Ming dynasty ceramic horsemen and Buddha sculptures – Hollywood Road acts as one of the most tempting collectibles shopping places in the world.
Take a Day Tour to Macau
Take a day excursion to Macau Casinos, historic churches, great architecture and of course great eats. You should simply jump on a ferry and fight your way through the line at Immigration.
A View from Hong Kong’s Tallest Building
Placed on the 118th floor of the International Commerce Centre, Ozone is touted as a unique bar on the planet. Just come for the perspective and stay for the master class drinks.
The Hong Kong International Airport is the third busiest airport in the world, buzzing with plenty of passengers every day. The airport connects over 130 destinations in the world to the city of Hong Kong, with the inception of its 2nd terminal in 2007, thereby about 70 international airlines functioning in a relationship with it.
You can travel towards Hong Kong via ocean as well. There are different air cushion vehicles between China – Guangzhou, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hong Kong.
Hong Kong can be reached through nearby destinations by traveling through road either in buses or cars/taxis as well
Situated at Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island, The first theme park inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is Hong Kong Disneyland, and is the 5th Magic Kingdom-style Park. It is managed by the Hong Kong International Theme Parks. So, if you want to experience the wonderful, magical moments with your special ones, then must visit Disneyland.
The premium theme park of Hong Kong, Ocean Park has been providing exciting thrills to its visitors for more than four decades. From the Pandas and unbelievable Jellyfish spectacular to the 4g inverted loops of the Hair Raiser roller coaster, this beautiful park is a mix of animals and action packed rides are a winning combination.
The Skyscraper Skyline
Do you know that Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers of any city in the world? Yes, it is true; Most of the skyscrapers are packed onto the north Shore of Hong Kong Island. This stunning gang of high rises is best seen from the Avenue of Star in Tsim Sha Tsui, around evening time, when you can see the Skyscraper Skyline buildings at their eye-popping best.
A Walled Village
Some of the villages are more than 500 years old in the Hong Kong, and much of their heritage stays intact. Ancestral halls, defensive walls, and customarily dressed local people can all be found at here.
Ready to Wear Clothing
Mong Kok-Shopping District
Situated in the middle part of Kowloon Peninsula, Yau Tsim Mong District, it features Women Street, attractive bargain, and cheap diversified goods. This place is best for women clothes, shoes, cosmetics and other women products.
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
An example of the whole Hong Kong shopping scene, along with top of the line shopping centers, medium-priced boutiques, inexpensive department stores, and of course bargain street markets.
Ladies' Market, Kowloon
Women’s Market in Tung Choi Street is an awesome place for the fashion conscious people and those with an eye for bargain-priced watches, dress, sports shoes, stationery, and cosmetics.
Stanley Market, Hong Kong Island
It is the ideal spot to purchase something unique for companions or relatives: You can buy here Chinese silk collectibles, knick-knacks, work of art, and larger-sized attire.
Ho Wah Tea Restaurant- Mallory St., Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Lai Cha or Milk Tea
Harlan’s- 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Japanese Kobe Beef to Fusion French Cuisine
Tim Ho Wan- Tsui Yuen Mansion, Kwong Wa St., Mongkok, Kowloon
Dumplings and Steamed and Fried Pork Buns
Common Room- Wo On Building, Central, Hong Kong
Classic, Contemporary, and Molecular Food And Cocktails