Hong Kong satiates the wanderlust of every guest and budget conscious travellers are no exception. The cosmopolitan wonderland has its fair share of free and cheap tourist trappings to tickle their imagination. Read on to know more!


Packed with a gamut of free and cheap tourist trappings, Hong Kong justly fits the bill of budget travellers who spend on tickets for cheap flights to travel affordably. All thanks to awe-inspiring attractions promising a barrel of fun and thrilling experiences! Read on to know where and how you can take in the best of Hong Kong without spending a dime!

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens 

The lush garden on Albany Rd is a marvellous melting pot of scenic fountains, fascinating sculptures, incredible greenhouses, zoo and fantastic aviaries. It also boasts some 160 species of bird accentuating the grace of trees, plants and shrubs of the park. The all-inclusive zoo is another star attraction that tickles the fancy with its fabulous range of more than fifty mammals and dozens of reptiles. It is also one of the world’s most important hubs for breeding of endangered species. With no entrance fee, the destination catches the fancy of hordes of budget travellers booking tickets for cheap flights and holiday deals for the destination.

Kowloon Walled City Park

The KowloonWalledCityPark ticks all the right boxes of history aficionados. Originally the land site of a palisaded fort, it transformed into an asylum for Chinese refugees after World War II and later on illicit shantytown. History buffs can explore the traces of the walled city, particularly the imposing government administrative buildings and spend time in the lap of Mother Nature. It is one of the stamping grounds for tourists that unfeignedly pay off for the money and time invested on buying tickets aboard flights and planning holidays here.

Symphony of Lights

The nightly multimedia show involving more than forty buildings on both sides of the harbour is cited as World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show by the Guinness Book of World Records. The marvellous eye-popping multimedia presentation truly lives up to the phrase that “best things in life are free”. Beholding the grand Symphony of Lights is by all odd a quintessential activity for every holidaymaker who spends on tickets aboard flights and takes vacations here! It can be seen from various positions but the well-known Avenue of Stars steals the show.

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Another popular attraction that shows on itineraries of most travellers buying tickets for flights is the heritage museum. It is one of the biggest repositories in the territory and has no entrance fee on Wednesday. It is a treasure trove of relics depicting the history, culture and arts of bygone era. The splendid cluster of Chinese paintings by the renowned artist Zhao Shao’ang, and rich display representing the evolution of Cantonese opera are the highlights.

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