Hongkong is a Chinese special administrative region and of the most visited region in the world. It is the home of 7million peoples. It has more skyscrapers than any other city in the world.
Here is the list of 10 Things to do in Hongkong
Victoria Peak is basically a hill located in the western half of Hongkong. This peak is also called Mount Austin & locally as Peak. This peak is 522meters(1814feet) high from the sea level.
Climb to the top of Big Buddha
Big Buddha is also known as Tian Tan Buddha. Big Buddha is a 34meters(112feet) high bronze made statue of Budha Shakyamuni. Its construction was started in 1990 & completed on 29 December 1993. This statue is located in Ngong Ping, Lantau Island.
This statue symbolizes melodic relationship b/w man & nature, people & faith. The visitor has to conquer 268steps to reach the Buddha.
Hongkong Disney Land is a theme park own by The Walt Disney Company & gourmet of Hongkong. This beautiful & gigantic park located on reclaimed land in Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island. This park was opened on 12 September 2005(14 Years ago). It is divided into seven themed locations the U.S.A, Main street, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrowland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point and Toy Story Land. This park can give joy to 34000 visitors a day.
Visit Man Mo Temple
Man Mo Temple is basically a worship temple for civil. It is a tribute to 2 Chinese god
Man Tai (God of literature) & Mo Tai (God of War). These 2 gods were patronized by scholars and students seeking progress in their study or ranking in the civil examinations in the Ming and Qing dynasties.
Take Kids to Ocean Park
Oceanland is Asia’s biggest theme park with 7.7million visitors per year. It is own by Ocean Park Corporation. This park is opened for public on 10 January 1977 for the general public. It consists total of 44 rides including 4 roller coasters & 2 Water Slides
Visit the HongKong Museum of History
If you want to learn about the history of Hongkong than you must visit the Hongkong museum of history. This museum covers more than 75000ft² of the area. This museum consists of 8 exhibits section which contains more than 90000 historical items.
The first section consists of the natural environment. The second section consists of Prehistoric Hongkong which includes evidence of human activities in Hongkong 6000Year ago. The third section consists of dynasties: from the Han to the Qing. The Fourth Section consists of Folk culture in Hongkong that introduce the culture & Custom of four ethnic groups of China. The fifth gallery introduces you to the Opium wars & the Cession of Hongkong. It introduces the reason or causes opium wars, events before & after the wars.
As soon as you dive in section six it will introduce you about the Birth & Early growth of the city. After all this journey you will enter section 7 this section will introduce you about the Japanese occupation This war last for 18 days & after that Sir Mark Young Surrendered to Japan on 25 December 1941. After this long journey, you dive into the last section. Section number eight will introduce you about the Hongkong journey to a modern metropolis & the Return to China. This whole journey takes 2hrs from your valuable time. But if you want to enjoy multimedia programs including theater shows etc. than you have to spare 4hrs to do that.
Fall asleep under the stars at Mingle Farm
If you love to sleep under the stars or something like that this 200,000ft² place named as Mingle Farm is made for you. There are 5 options available on this farm which reflect different time periods in human life. These options include AecoSphere, Box, Caravan, Wild Camping & Fantasy.
Try Local Desserts
Are you a food lover? If yes then you should try the local dessert of Hongkong that include Sweet red bean soup, Egg Waffles, Mango pomelo sago, Glutinous rice balls, Steamed milk pudding, Tofu pudding, Almond tea & Mooncakes, etc.
Take a tour on Star Ferry
Star Ferry is a company that provides passenger ferry service in Hongkong. Its major route takes passengers across Victoria Harbour b/w Hongkong & Kowloon. This company was founded in 1888 as the Kowloon Ferry Company. The company adopts its present name (The Star Ferry Company) in 1998. By the use of 12 ferries company run 2 routes across the Victoria Harbour, transporting over 70,000 passengers a day, or more than 26million a year.
Take a drink from High
The world’s highest bar is located in Level 118 International Commerce Centre, Hongkong.