Address: Aberdeen, Hong Kong.
An amazing aquarium, a thrilling amusement Park and a diverse zoo, altogether you can find only in Ocean Park, Hong Kong. It was opened in 1977 at Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan. The entire park is divided into two sections named the Headland and Low land. This is one of the largest theme parks in Asia and in Hong Kong. You can enjoy thrilling rides, roller coasters, animal exhibits, colorful marine life etc over here.
Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
Obviously a must-visit entertainment space in Hong Kong especially for kids. You can enjoy fun-filled rides, you can meet your fantasy characters, or simply experience the fantasy World where in your dream. It is divided into seven attractive sections and situated in charming Lantau Island.
Address: 100 Chatham Rd S, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.
This is a historical site in Hong Kong and was opened in 1975. The total museum is divided into 8 galleries with 4000 exhibits. You can learn the history of Hong Kong, folk culture, natural environment etc related to this area. You can enjoy educational programs, multi-media programs, audio-visual effects etc over here.
Address: Victoria Peak, The Peak, Hong Kong.
Victoria Peak is considered as a natural wonder of Hong Kong. There is a Peak Tower where you can enjoy the panoramic views of Hong Kong city and also houses a Chinese restaurant & a Museum. This is the highest peak in the Island of Hong Kong with an elevation of 552 m. It is also known as Mount Austin. The peak is rich with rare species of birds & butterflies.
Address: Nan Lian Garden, 龍門樓地下至二樓, 60號 Fung Tak Rd, Diamond Hill, Hong Kong.
This beautiful park is located in Diamond Hill Station, Hong Kong. Tang Dynasty style of design of this garden is really attractive and spreads around 3.5 hectares. The interesting points to watch here include two beautiful ponds, manicured trees, Chinese Timber architecture gallery, etc. The garden is situated near the famous Chi Lin Nunnery, a monastery complex. You can also find a Chinese tea house, a vegetarian restaurant etc in this Garden.
Address: Wong Nai Chung Rd, Happy Valley, Hong Kong.
This is a favorite spot for both visitors & locals ever. It was established in 1844, becomes a favorite horse-racing ground in Hong Kong. It looks so attractive with illuminated lightings on the tracks. The thrilling atmosphere encourages visitors to gambling. Some of the social events like Chinese New Year, the Lantern Festival, and the Dragon Boat Festival etc also taking over here. Also, you can visit the Hong Kong Racing Museum to learn the history of Horse racing.
Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
This stunning island is a popular visitor attraction with pristine beaches, amusement parks, the biggest monument of Buddha, historical sites, etc. This is the largest island in Hong Kong. The things you can enjoy here are the sunrise watching point at Lantau Peak, hiking trials, Po Lin monastery, etc.
Address: Repulse Bay, Hong Kong.
This is a stunning beach in Hong Kong Island with its crystal clear water and long white sand stretches. The popular activities you can enjoy here are swimming, sunbathing, surfing, etc. You can find the statues the gods Tin Hau and Kwun Yum and they are considered as the protectors of fishermen. You can also find a number of restaurants and shops on the bay.
Address: Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No, 128 Peak Rd, The Peak, Hong Kong.
In this museum, you can find amazing wax structures of some of the eminent personalities in history, arts, films, etc. This is located in Peak Tower on Hong Kong Island and opened in 2010. You can find the wax structures in different themed sections like Hong Kong Glamour, Music Icons, Historical, and National Heroes, The Champions and World Premiere.
Address: Tung Choi St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong.
Ladies market is a favorite tourist attraction in Hong Kong, not only for ladies but for all visitors. This is located on Tung Choi Street with endless shops with a variety of items like clothes, accessories, bags, souvenirs, etc. This is an all-time favorite street market in Hong Kong.