24 Attraction in Hong Kong (Things To Do)
Victoria Peak is a tourist spot in Hong Kong that you must visit. Victoria Peak is located in Victoria Peak Mountain, which is located in the western part of Hong Kong Island. The height of this mountain is 552 meters and is the highest mountain in Hong Kong.
In this place, you will find the Peak Tower with a height reaching 396 meters above sea level (masl). Here there is also The Sky Terrace which provides 360 degree views. So, you can watch the entire Hong Kong landscape from a height.
Peak Tram is also a popular tourist activity that many Hong Kong visitors choose. There are more than tens of millions of people who have tried to climb this Peak Tram. The Peak Tram is a historic transportation tool, was built on May 30, 1988, and attracted 600 passengers on its opening day, and was the first cable train on the Asian Continent.
In the lower terminal, there is also The Peak Tram Historical Gallery which opened in September 2007. The Peak Tram Historical Gallery is divided into 15 topic which store more than 200 collections.
Called the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, the reason being that you can see the beauty of Hong Kong City from a height with a 360 degree view of this place. You can get an experience similar to Victoria Peak at Sky100 located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Center (ICC) Building, West Kowloon. Although it sounds very high, however, there is a special elevator designed in this building, where you can get to the 100th floor in just a few seconds.
In this place, you can see the view of the harbor decorated with rows of skyscrapers. Victoria Harbor or Victoria Bay is the largest port in China between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon area. The scenery will be even more stunning at night, with colorful lights from the skyscrapers of Hong Kong.
A Symphony of Lights
If you have the opportunity to visit Victoria Harbor Hong Kong, you should not miss the show A Symphony of Lights, a show that will amaze you because of its beauty. You can watch this performance for free, which starts at 8:00 p.m. until 8:14 p.m. local time every day.
Avenue of Stars
Hong Kong is a region that is very famous for its film industry and is the birthplace of world artists. Not surprisingly, Hong Kong is often said to be ‘Hollywood of the East’.
To give credit to the big names, in the area at Victoria Harbor, precisely in the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade, you will find Avenue of Stars. These tourist attractions are designed similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame as a form of respect for celebrities in the Hong Kong film industry.
Causeway Bay is a paradise for shopping tourism lovers because every corner, side and area is used as a kiosk for selling. Although the area of Causeway Bay is not too large, however, you will still need more than 1 day to explore all shopping centers, boutiques to stalls on the market streets.
Besides Victoria Harbor, in Hong Kong there is also a beach called Repulse Bay which can be the next choice of tourist spot. Repulse Bay presents stunning natural scenery in the southern region of the island of Hong Kong. Besides that, this beach is also famous for its beach comfort and cleanliness which makes tourists like to come to visit this beach.
Po Lin Monastery
Here you can see the Tian Tan Big Buddha, located in the Ngong Ping plateau on Lantau Island in Hong Kong, the monastery was originally a small temple built by three monks. Located on the top of Muyu Mountain, Tian Tan Big Buddha a giant Buddha statue, was inaugurated in December 1993 in the middle of a very religious ceremony.
Jumbo Floating Restaurant (Jumbo Kingdom)
Located in the Aberdeen Harbor area, located in the southern part of Hong Kong, Jumbo Kingdom is a unique culinary tourist attraction that attracts many tourists from abroad. Aberdeen Harbor is a boat shelter and fishing area. You can take a fishing or dining trip at Jumbo Floating Restaurant and Tai Pak Floating Restaurant.
What makes these two restaurants exclusive is that you can enjoy Cantonese cuisine and fresh and tasty seafood on a large floating boat. Recorded more than 30 million visitors have come to this place, such as Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise, Chow Yun Fat, Stephen Chow, and David Bowie.
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