Places in Hong Kong That You Can’t Get Enough Of
Are you looking for a perfect destination to experience an ever-lasting bliss? Hong Kong will not dash your hopes. It has spectacular views, serene islands, mouth-watering food, thrilling experiences, plethora of shopping alternatives, and impressive skyscrapers. This place has a unique charm that makes it a much-loved destination for all.
It has spiritual places for the pilgrims, markets for shopaholics, clubs and casinos for entertainer lovers, and a never-ending variety of cuisines for food lovers to explore. For nature explorers, Hong Kong has forest-covered mountains, beautiful beaches, hiking trails, islands, and traditional fishing villages. This city centre never fails in mesmerizing its visitors with its charm.
To get there, Cathay Pacific gives its utmost best to make your journey comfortable. Check out the flight time from Sydney to Hong Kong.
If you are planning to roam this glamorous city, get a closure of its top spots with us-
- Star Ferry
If you are seeking an inexpensive ride, go for Hong Kong’s famous Star Ferry. Victoria Harbour is one of the most photographed harbours. Enjoy your crossing ride between Kowloon and Central. A 10-minute ride with Ferry endows a stunning view of the city skyline. It is easy to get a comfortable seat in the front or along the rail.
We recommend you take a Ferry ride at sunset or 8 pm to enjoy the world’s largest Permanent Light and Sound Show with A Symphony of Lights.
- Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland is a wonderful world brimmed with magic and fantasy characters from various Disney movies. This park has seven lands – Toy Story Land; Fantasyland; Adventureland; Mystic Point; Grizzly Gulch; Tomorrowland, and Main Street. You can enjoy a wide range of adventures, and various U.S.A. performances that take place throughout the day.
To reach this place without wasting much of your time, book a Hong Kong Disneyland Admission with Transport. It includes hotel pickup, general admission ticket, and an MTR pass to drop you back.
- Victoria Peak
For the best of Hong Kong, don’t forget to visit the Victoria Park, popularly known as the Peak. To enjoy the skyscrapers, hustle and bustle of the city, harbor, and surrounding islands, book a tram to take a ride. You will find the Peak Tower and Peak Galleria at the top of the tram. You can enjoy shopping and food in various shops and restaurants with an observation deck.
Evening is the perfect time to visit the Peak. The spectacular skyline endows you with the best view that lits against the sky. To avoid the long queue, you can take a taxi directly from your hotel for one of the best views at night.
- Tian Tan Buddha
Big Buddha, a 34-meter-high Statue was built in 1993. This statue is one of its kind and it took 12 years to complete it. You will cherish its view from close and even if seen from a distance. Tian Tan Buddha is incredibly surrounded by the green forest, ocean, and islands. The most convenient way to reach the Big Buddha is via Ngong Ping Cable Car which is 5.7-kilometer long. It takes 25 minutes to cover the distance.
Afterwards, you will come across a huge number of stairs to reach the monastery. The entire view makes your walk up worth the effort.
- Wong Tai Sin Temple
It is one of the newest creations in Hong Kong with interesting facts related to it. Previously, it was built in 1920. But later, it was replaced with a newer architecture in 1968. It was built in the honour of Taoist God Wong Tai Sin. Its locals believe that this temple is a symbol of bringing good luck to horse-racing and a healer of illnesses.
Wong Tai Sin Temple is a temple complex of the Hall of Three Saints, the Good Wish Garden, and a hall dedicated to Confucius and his 72 disciples.
With so much in the bucket list, you have Repulse Bay and the Beaches, Temple Street Night Market, Ocean Park, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, and various other places to visit. book your tickets right away to experience a culture that you have never gone through before. A memorable holiday is on your way. Have you packed your bags?