Hong Kong, a former British colony, is one of the most vibrant travel destinations in the Fareast. An ever growing economy, Hong Kong offers diverse experiences to the visitors. There are some extremely interesting places to visit and things to do here; have a look at some of the best options we have lined up for you.

Victoria Peak

Also known as Mount Austin, Victoria Peak is situated in the west of Hong Kong Island. The highest mountain in Hong Kong Island, this place is perfect for hikes and treks. People from different parts of the world visit it to relax in the lap of nature. It has waterfront views and stunning surroundings that are perfect for you to unwind. The Peak Tram is the quickest way to arrive at The Peak. The Tram is easily accessible from the MTR Central Station.

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Disneyland

Disneyland, without a doubt, is a major tourist attraction, not just for kids, but people of all age groups. There are several interesting rides and other attractions here to keep you entertained. There are seven different themed areas and you can opt for the ones that excite you the most. Entertaining more than 5 million visitors in a year, Disneyland remains Hong Kong’s biggest family holiday wonder.

Ocean Park

Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-life theme park with a wide range of exciting rides and shows and animals. Located in the southern side of Hong Kong Island, it delights the family travellers with key attractions like Adventures in Australia, Shark Mystique, Polar Adventure and Thrill Mountain.  Visit the Amazing Asian Animals exhibit to spot some of the continent’s most exotic and rare animals. Opt for the Giant Panda Adventure and learn about giant pandas and red pandas as well as giant salamanders and alligators. Ocean Park’s two big attractions – the Waterfront and the Summit – are linked by the Cable Car and Ocean Express funicular train.

Tian Tan Buddha

You can witness this splendid statue of the Buddha located in Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. Situated near the Po Lin Monastery, it is a fine example of incredible art and architecture. It is a famous tourist attraction and people visit here from different parts of the word. A flight of stairs will take you to the foot of the large statue.

Central Hong Kong

Earlier known as Choong Wan, Central Hong Kong is the thriving city centre that rivals city centres of major global hubs like London, New York, and Dubai. There is a lot to do and experience here, such as visiting the IFC Mall and Edward Youde Aviary, enjoying a shopping expedition at the Graham Street Market and revelling in the art delights at Parkview Art Gallery.

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