Hong Kong, the “Jewel of Asia,” the global country right in the heart of Asia. A go-to place for world-class education, business, shopping, entertainment, and food. Name it, they have it! Discover Hong Kong on a new level as you check out what are the best attractions in the city.
Enjoy the cityscape
Admire Hong Kong’s skyline and harbor from up above and down below.
Hop on the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak. Be amazed at the view of Hong Kong, from the radiant skyscrapers to the Harbour, at an altitude. But, if you like a bit of adventure, take a detour to the garden of Victoria Peak. It is a 10 to 15-minute walk from the observatory where you get a 360-degree view of the entire city less the crowd. Just you and nature.
After enjoying the city from up above, head down below and experience Hong Kong’s finest. Go on an afternoon stroll to Tsim Sha Tuis Promenade. Walk down the memory lane. Pass by the Hong Kong Cultural Center, the Hong Kong Space Museum, the Museum of Art, and Avenue of Stars until you get to the Harbour. If you do get tired from all the walking and sightseeing, relax and energize with Hong Kong massage at the Promenade.
When the clock strikes 8:00 pm, immerse yourself in the Symphony of Lights, a light and music show that’s truly Hong Kong.
Have a Gourmet Feast
Satisfy your gastronomical senses with exquisite cuisine the island has to offer. From the Michelin restaurants to the native food. There’s something out there for every taste bud.
Delight your senses in Kowloon city, a gourmet neighborhood that should never be missed. For once, try the traditional and authentic dim sum while drinking tea. For the meat-eaters, you cannot miss the roast goose, pork and chicken.
Eat like the locals to experience the country to its core. Tour Sham Shui Po, a hidden gem behind the high skyscrapers. Here, you can savor the fishballs and Hong Kong-style French toast and scrambled egg sandwich. Excite your senses as you dig into stinky tofu, pineapple buns without the pineapple, chicken feet, and snake soup.
What is a meal without dessert? Sample on desserts that can only be found in the island such as “Dou Fou Fa”, a tofu-based pudding.
When you had too much food to eat in a day, time to burn those calories and shake it off and experience the nightlife. Lan Kwai Hong is the go-to place that houses over 90 restaurants and bars.
Shop til you drop.
Regardless of your budget, shopping can still be fun. Get on your battle gear on as you rummage through the busy street of Causeway Bay. Swim through the waves of fashion trend, from the high-class fashion found in Hysan Place to the affordable boutiques in Island Beverly Centre.
If haggling is your game, roll your sleeves up and head on to the ladies’ market. Get your feet jumping as you browse through over 100 stalls of bargain accessories, clothing, and souvenirs.