Miraculous Hong Kong: You’ll forget to blink your eyes
What if I say that I’ve experienced heaven for a few days? A crap! Isn’t it? But is a fact. A city that offers an array of adventures and attractions is no less than heaven at all. You have so much to explore at every corner of this region. Hong Kong is a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China. And when it comes to China you can see the flashbacks of the ancient era through its still preserved ruins. Hong Kong is located on the south coast of China which is surrounded by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea. Especially, Hong Kong is world popular for its huge skyline and deep natural harbor but still, it has plenty of attractions to offer.
With 7 million people inhabiting this region, Hong Kong today is among the most densely populated areas in the entire world. While exploring the city I’ve experienced ten top things to do that I am going to put in front of you. You will be fascinated after getting all of this amazement. No doubt, Hong Kong has almost everything that could be categorized under the major attractions.
Wonderful beaches, Museums, excellent architectural structures, parks, a highly developed transportation network, sky-touching buildings, and many others make this region stunning. The Hong Kong International Airport is the best example to tell what Hong Kong is and where it stands.
Hong Kong is rich in its culture and arts and this city is at the top of the world rankings as there as 7,650 skyscrapers. The more I say the less it will be about Hong Kong. So it’s better to tell you what and how exactly you should plan your vacation or holidays in Hong Kong. Some Hong Kong places to visit are given below.
First of all, start exploring the city through Victoria Peak which will give you magnificent views of Hong Kong skyline. You will be lucky if you can experience it during the day with zero fog. It is also called Mount Austin that has a height of 552 meters making it the highest mountain on the island proper.
This is the costliest building that could be explored once. This gigantic building is built with Feng Shui in mind and is the best feng shui location in entire Hong Kong. This building could be found situated along the southern direction of Statue Square in the old City Hall.
Tian Tan Buddha
The famous Big Buddha on Lantau Island is always the best site for tourists. This statue is also called Tian Tan Buddha which is made up of bronze in the year 1993. This statue could be found close to Po Lin Monastery which symbolizes the harmonious relationship between man and nature. It is the major center of Buddhism in the city of Hong Kong.
Financial District on Sunday
Visit the Financial District on Sunday. Here you can see the crowd of Filipina women who take over every square inch of this part of town on their one day off a week.
A day in Macau will make you feel amazing which lies on the western side of the Pearl River Delta that is surrounding Guangdong province in the northern direction. It is facing the South China Sea in the east and south direction.
To try great shopping, you should visit the Stanley Market. This is a residential side of Hong Kong Island. You will find a good array of shops selling silk garments, sportswear, art, Chinese costume jewelry, and souvenirs.
Star Ferry is a company that operates passenger ferry services in Hong Kong. Its main routes are across the Victoria Harbour from between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. So enjoy traveling from this
A day trip to Shenzhen will be worth a lot which is a city of sub-provincial administration status in the Guangdong province towards southern China. Along with that try shopping in this city where Valentino, Ferragamo, Burberry, Hugo Boss, and many other clean streets make this place a shopping paradise.
Do not forget to try the most famous experiences in Hong Kong which are called the Dim Sum. It is a southern Chinese cuisine that includes many light dishes and is served alongside Chinese tea. Truly, this is a real experience you better try.
And finally when you explore most of the parts just simply wander around the city to explore them more. Hong Kong is built on the shell of old China. Few of the areas of Hong Kong look like a mid-century mainland city that is combined with the glitzy, modern skyscraper city of today.
After, you finish all ten of these things just explore the rest of the attractions in the city. You must not miss the Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui areas that will fascinate you a lot. Mongkok is a famous district whereas Tsim Sha Tsui is an urbanized area and also is the heart and soul of the city. The Clock Tower in Tsim Sha Tsui is a well-known landmark in the entire city of Hong Kong.
So do visit as many areas as possible and feel the actual heaven in Hong Kong.