Hong Kong is situated on the south east coast of China and is one of the most visited cities in the world, with over 20 million visitors each year it has an abundance of activities to try and things to see, from landmarks, to beaches, botanical gardens and an impressive night life scene it has something for everyone in your family!
Temple Street Market
Temple Street Night Market is the largest and most festive in Hong Kong, a famous street bazaar. This market is located in Kowloon’s Jordan district, famous for selling men’s clothing and accessories. The night market opens at 2 pm and it is made up of hundred stalls, colorful lights, which make it the liveliest night market in town. The night market is definitely the place to grab a few bargains!
Ten Thousand Buddah's Monastery
A lot of Buddhas statues are on the Monastery guiding the ways inside. It is one of the most popular Buddhist temples in Hong Kong.
Known as the most famous beach in Hong Kong, Repulse Bay is also a very expensive luxury residential area with lots of luxury restaurants, it's a great place to wander around.
Day trip to Lantau Island to see the Big Buddha
The Big Buddha was built in 1993 and is hidden away by lush mountains, it is one of the biggest seated Buddha statues in the world. There are 260 steps to reach the top of the hill, once there you will be able to see Tian Tan the Buddha, is seating on a wreath of lotus leaves which has special significance in Buddhism, and is a symbol of Purity.
Yik Cheong Building known as Monster Building is located in Quarry Bay in the Eastern District of Hong Kong Island. It is consists of five connecting buildings which form an E-shaped architecture complex. It offers a glimpse of the local lives, culture, and a unique city’s neon night light. It has become a key tourist spot for influencer's and photographers over the last few years.
Hong Kong Disneyland
Of course we couldn't create this list without including Disney Land! If you are a Disney fanatic or just fancy a magical day out it's well worth adding to you to-do list.
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
Tsim Sha Tsui will offer you clear views of Hong Kong Island’s spectacular skyline. During the day you can witness the boats pass through Victoria Harbour, but night is where it totally transforms.There is a show called “Symphony of the Stars”, where you can expect brilliant lights projected onto the Hong Kong’s skyline.
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village is full of houses built on stilts, if you are a seafood lover we thoroughly recommend visiting here! Restaurants are full of fresh fish.
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