Noah’s Ark is a museum in the form of a replica of the ship of Noah, whose famous story about the flood that struck the people of Noah because of disobeying God’s commands, surrounded with 67 pairs of animal statues the size of the original. Located at Ma Wan Park, Ma Wan island, Hong Kong.
Golden Bauhinia Square
More suitable as a place to hangout in Hong Kong. The location is in an open area outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on the edge of Wan Chai. This monument is a gift from the Chinese central government and commemorates the most significant opportunity in Hong Kong’s history, the return of former British colonies to the People’s Republic of China, and the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) in 1997.
Wong Tai Sin Temple
The next tourist spot in Hong Kong is a temple that has existed since 1920 and was repaired again in 1968. Aside from being a place of worship, this temple is also a tourist attraction in Hong Kong that is interesting for us to visit, especially when autumn.
Kowloon Walled City Park
The next tourist spot is Kowloon Walled City Park, which is a historic park in Hong Kong. This Kowloon Walled City Park was formerly known as the home of criminals and ended in 1987. Then, in the 1980s, the Hong Kong government destroyed Kowloon Walled City and left several buildings that are now part of Kowloon Walled City Park.
Lan Kwai Fong
Lan Kwai Fong is a famous L-shaped street which is the location for expatriates to gather in Hong Kong. Lan Kwai Fong is a street famous for its nightlife. In this place, you will find rows of bars, clubs, cafes, and various other types of entertainment venues which in total there are more than 90 restaurants. Of course the food and drinks offered are very diverse which are tailored to the diversity of visitors.
Temple Street Night Market
One of the Hong Kong night markets that you must visit, with many vendors selling various kinds of electronic, clothing, jade jewelry and traditional Chinese handicrafts, you will not run out of items to buy.When you are tired of shopping, you can sit with a fortune teller or listen to traditional opera performances sung from inside Hua Tin Temple.
Located between Boundary Street and Dundas Street in Mong Kok, Kowloon, this street is known as the world’s most dense environment. Ladies Market is a most-visit tourist spot in Hong Kong. As the name implies, Ladies Market is a roadside market that sells various items for women’s needs. Usually the items here are very complete and sold at very cheap prices, of course, your expertise in bidding is very necessary.
Tsing Ma Bridge
You should not miss the Tsing Ma Bridge, a bridge that connects Lantau Island to the rest of Hong Kong. The bridge which was inaugurated in 1997 has a height of 206 meters with a length of 1,377 meters with a width of 41 meters.
This bridge takes names from both ends, namely Tsing Yi and Ma Wan. The Tsing Ma Bridge also won the title of the longest suspense bridge in the world. Interestingly, this bridge can not only be passed by cars, but also by the MTR train.
Hong Kong Disneyland
Located on Penny’s Bay Lantau Island, Hong Kong. You can enjoy various exciting activities here, such as the Disney character parade in the area around the palace which is usually held twice a day. Also stop by Toy Story Land and Mystic Point. People say, every visitor who shouted “Andy is coming!”, The toys will fall limp to act as real toys.
Ocean Park Hong Kong
Ocean Park is a paradise for the underwater world, where its main attraction is the Grand Aquarium. This park which has an area of 17 hectares has interesting rides and attractions. Consists of two parts, The Waterfront and The Summit. We can move between these two locations by taking a cable car or Ocean Express train.
Hong Kong Wetland Park
The area of Hong Kong Wetland Park is around 61 hectares. Here, you can invite your children to get to know nature and get to know wild animals like birds, butterflies, fish, to reptiles. Hongkong Wetland Park is on Tim Shui Wai and is easily accessible by a variety of public transportation such as light rail, buses and bicycles.
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