Hong Kong offers everything from wonderful green areas and cultural experiences to tasty food. You are unlikely to get bored on a visit to this city; in fact, you will more likely have to prioritize your time in order to see even a small portion of the sights on offer.
Victoria Peak – take the Peak Tram funicular 500 metres skyward and enjoy views of the entire city of Hong Kong. You can get here by bus or by cable car. On your way back from Victoria Peak stop off in Soho where you´ll find the world’s longest escalator that takes you past restaurants, stores and fabulous night life.
Big Buddha – 34 metres tall, this sculpture located in Hong Kong is one of the world’s largest sitting Buddha statues.
Star Ferry – experience the magnificent Hong Kong skyline. Star ferry is one of the city’s iconic tourist attractions and has been plying Victoria Harbour, between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island, since the late 1800’s.
Kat Hing Wai Walled Village – was built during the Ming Dynasty (1600) and has a 400-year history. The walls around the village served as a defence against pirates in ancient times.
Hong Kong Disneyland – visit Fantasyland, Adventureland, Main Street or Tomorrowland at this magical theme park for all ages.
Repulse Bay – a true dream beach with turquoise water and fine-grained sand just a short bus or taxi drive away from the city center.