It's inexpensive and effortless to get around Hong Kong, from the Mass Transit Railway, to buses and taxis. Plus don't overlook the world's lengthiest escalator, and stick together with the office workers for a moment or two as they glide to work. Spending is a key activity in Hong Kong. You can spoil yourself anywhere, from discount markets to classy department stores.
In the midst of over 10,000 diners, having a meal out is a delight. There's family fun at the world's latest Disneyland, and the nightspots feature the whole shebang, from discreet bars to impeccable dance clubs. If you’re after some of the culture, stop by the Museums of History and Art, and take an excursion of the heritage spots. Need a relaxing breather? Follow locals into one of the massage parlours and steam room for an hour or two if you need to relax, along with a spot of acupressure revitalisation.
From the worldwide fine-dining eateries of the topmost hotels, supervised by world-renowned cooks, to the road-side food merchants of the nocturnal markets, Hong Kong give you access to culinary excess. The shopping centres have value Chinese restaurants. Try the multitude of different teas, even we Brits will be surprised.
Don’t Miss the Tian Tan Buddha
Maybe Hong Kong’s most well-known lure, the Tian Tan Buddha, or ‘Big Buddha’ oversees the metropolis from Lantau Island. You’ll need to be pretty healthy to hike the 240 steps to the top, but when you reach the peak you’ll be met with some of the finest vistas out over the city.
Hong Kong's very own fifth Disneyland. You can look forward to West-end style shows, fireworks, exhilarating rides and electrifying parades through the parks. Ocean Park, is a theme park and animal environment together, with the new jellyfish aquarium and giant panda exhibition to get you excited.
Heritage and Culture
Hong Kong adores festivals and, of course, Chinese New Year is famous globally. Appreciate traditional Chinese fine art and calligraphy in the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Join a heritage tour of wonders such as Kowloon's Walled City, absorbing its variable colonial history.
One of the most famous man-made vistas on earth, with the Bank of China Tower and the Central Plaza among the images. Take an architecture walk to learn extra about it. In countless hotels, it's a good idea to upgrade your room just for the sights. To get a view from seems like the top of the world, take the delightful Peak Tram up to the top of Victoria Peak. There's a famous restaurant up there, too, with more wonderful views.
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