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Things to Do in Hong Kong

Get ready to experience sky-high buildings, a legacy of cuisines, and virgin nature
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Things to Do in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is fast emerging as a business and cultural hub of China. Dotted with an impressive skyline, bustling markets and shopping centres, yet culturally rich with Buddhist monasteries and museums, Hong Kong is a city which cannot be missed.  Whether you decide to visit Hong Kong for work or pleasure, let’s take a look at some of the best things to do in Hong Kong:

The Victoria Peak: Wondering what to do in Hong Kong? At a jaw-dropping height of 1805 feet or 552 meters above sea level, the Victoria Peak is by far the biggest tourist attraction of Hong Kong.  Offering spectacular views of the city, Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, and also the mountains of Kowloon, the Victoria Peak is indisputably the best way to get a bird’s eye view of the city. Another aspect that makes this place world-famous is the Peak Tram, the nearly 125-year-old railway, which also boasts of being the world’s tallest funicular railway. This railway clambers up the hillside, almost at a vertical angle and gets tourists to the top in about seven minutes. Views from here are equally breathtaking both during the day and night.

High Street Shopping: Hong Kong’ street markets are where one can find just about anything they're looking for. There are dedicated markets selling items from ladies goods to electronics, from flowers to seafood and the works. Temple Street Night Market, Cat Street, Apliu Street Fa Yuen Street and Sneakers Street are some of the famous shopping sites.

Visit the Big Buddha: Hong Kong is a place where the religion of Buddhism has thrived and expanded for centuries. It is common to spot several Buddhist temples, monasteries, monks etc. around the city. The western region of the city is a mountainous region called by the name of Lantau Island. It is home to ‘Tian Tan Buddha’, a 202-ton statue of Lord Buddha. It is made of bronze and is an awe-inspiring attraction of Hong Kong. Known as the Big Buddha, one can get here by the Ngong Ping 360 Gondola, which offers picturesque views of the South China Sea, North Lantau Country Park and Hong Kong International Airport.

Experiencing the nightlife of Hong Kong is certainly among the top 5 things to do in Hong Kong. This Asian city is equally hip and modern as it is traditional. It has a host of bars, lounges and clubs, including some of the best rooftop bars where one can enjoy the views of the city while sipping on cocktails. Armani/Prive, Sugar, Sevva etc. are some of the most renowned bars. Visiting rooftop bars is one of the most fun things to do in Hong Kong at night. The best of them all is The China Club. However, this club is an elite bar, offering access only to exclusive guests. One is allowed entry into this bar only if they are accompanied by one of its members. Sweeping views of the sprawling city and the night sky make for a fantastic way to enjoy the nightlife of Hong Kong.

Be it for business or pleasure, Hong Kong is one of those cities that have the potential to offer you the best of worlds. So go ahead, apply for that Visa now!


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Nightlife in Hong Kong

A tempting prospect to locals and expats alike, Hong Kong nightlife is synonymous with the phrase “all night long.” Whether one is looking for a bar to unwind, a romantic café with great ambiance, or just a night of debauchery, the nightlife of Hong Kong satisfies all the cravings for h

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You can find everything at the street markets of Hong Kong
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Hit the street markets of Hong Kong

A trip to Hong Kong cannot be completed if you only visit the famous attractions. What makes Hong Kong’s culture unique and full of wonders can only be experienced by strolling around the street markets. So, if you are visiting Hong Kong then it's time to hit the street markets. You can buy a number of local products like u...

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Hike the Dragon’s Back in Hong Kong

It is basically a path which connects Wan Cham Shan and Shek O Peak, which is 226m and 284m respectively. It stretches vertically over D'Aguilar Peninsula. The path swings between these hilltops, resembling the shape of a dragon’s backbone, that is why it is known as Dragon’s back. Hiking the Dragon’s Back is one of the mos...

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Eat Dim Sums in Hong Kong

In ancient Chinese custom, it was considered inappropriate to mix tea with food. Once, a famous 3rd-century Imperial physician claimed that this would lead to excessive weight gain. As they found out that tea has the ability to aid in digestion and cleanse the palate, tea house proprietors began adding a variety of snacks, ...

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Walk with 10,000 Buddhas in Macau

10,000 Buddhas monastery is a temple built in mid 20th century and located in the Sha Tin, Hong Kong and among the most talked about tourist place.While your visit to Si Tin ready to walk with 10,000 Buddhas along the path and explore other beauty of the temple. Actual 10,000 buddha temple is not a single temple is consist ...

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Ride the Star Ferry in Hong Kong

The Star Ferry has a history of more than 100 years. As both a vehicle and a tourist attraction it is a symbol of Hong Kong. The Star Ferry Company came into existence in 1898 and since then its ferries have been shuttling busily between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The company owns 12 double-deck ferries and the cabin on ...

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Ride a Glass Bottom Gondola On Your Way To Big Buddha in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a place that you visit with a plan to explore all the famous and know places but ends up with much more than you expected. The place is crowded and filled with alleys and streets full of people all the time. However, there is Hong Kong’s metro service that is the one of world’s fastest and cheapest transport. T...

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Hong Kong’s giant pandas at Ocean Park
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Hong Kong’s giant pandas at Ocean Park

While your trip to Hong Kong you can't afford to view the most adorable species of animals on the planet. The ocean park inhabitants the four pandas and you can actually see them in live action. All the four Hong Kong’s giant pandas at Ocean Park are available for the visitors to witness the overloaded cuteness. The giant p...

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Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong

Located in Happy Valley, the Happy Valley Racecourse is one of two horse racecourse in Hong Kong. The racecourse is a very popular tourist place in the Hong Kong and every visitor must witness the amazing view at the racecourse.The race takes place every Wednesday and racecourse remains open for the club member and spectato...

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Charter a Junk Boat in Hong Kong

The sight of this venerable vessel with its flashy red sails set against the backdrop of an ultra-modern skyline is certainly striking and it has become a cherished symbol of the city. Though the word "junk" traditionally refers to Chinese wooden sailboats dating back to the Han Dynasty and is still used in Hong Kong's natu...

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When is the best time to visit Hong Kong?

The best part about Hong Kong is that it is a year-round destination.

What is the most widely spoken language in Hong Kong?

Although Chinese is the most widely spoken language in Hong Kong, English is also widely spoken. Most information boards and restaurant menus are also available in English.

Is tipping at the restaurants of Hong Kong customary?

It is not customary to tip at the restaurants of Hong Kong, because a 10% service charge is already added to all bills.

What sort of food can I hope to enjoy in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong offers food lovers a chance to enjoy global cuisine. From Michelin star restaurants to street food, Hong Kong offers it all.

Is Hong Kong safe for a visit?

Hong Kong is one of the safest places to visit in the world. The usual precautions of minding your luggage and wallets should be taken.