Hong Kong attractions things to do & see on holiday
Victoria Peak: One of the most popular attractions in Hong kong and the highest point on Hong Kong Island, it offers views of one of the world's most spectacular cityscapes and the beautiful Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong Symphony of Lights: The world's largest permanent light and sound show, this nightly performance combines interactive searchlights and laser beams shining on prominent buildings on both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with musica- effects creating an unforgettable spectacle.
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort: opened in 2005. the resort features a Disneyland park, two resort hotels and a lake recreation centre. Attractions include the recently-opened Toy Story Land and Grizzly GulchIt.
Horse Racing: Horse racing in Hong Kong is a religion, The racing season runs from September to June, during which time racings take place twice weekly alternating between Shatin in the New Territories and Happy Valley near Causeway Bay MTR station.
Rugby, Hong Kong Sevens: One of the biggest rugby events on the international sporting calendar. Every March, teams from the world's top rugby playing nations play in front of up to 40,000 spectators at Hong Kong Stadium in a carnival-like atmosphere.
Temple Street Night Market: One of the liveliest night markets in Kowloon and the place to go for cheap clothes, mouth-watering street stall food, CDs and DVDs, shoes, watches, cooking ware and household items. Try haggling with the locals to grab a bargain.
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum: Observe ancient artefacts from the city's early history. Features six permanent galleries based around the arts, history and culture of Hong Kong and its surrounding regions.
Hong Kong Dragon Garden: A gorgeously breathtaking Chinese garden, complete with ornate pavilions, towering archways and exquisite water features adorned with beautifully crafted stone sculptures.
Noah's Ark: The world's only full-size replica of Noah's Ark. This popular tourist attraction is a great destination for families.
Other options include: Avenue of Stars ( celebrating icons of Hong Kong cinema from the past century. The seaside promenade offers amazing panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and its iconic skyline ), Sailing ( Hire out a Junk Boat for a sailing trip, a junk boat can accommodate more than 30 people and can be rented for the day ), Harbour Race (the Cross Harbour Race sees 1,000 competitors swim 1.8km across beautiful Victoria Harbour ), Hong Kong Wetland Park ( there are over 10,000 square metres of wetlands to explore and a reserve park with habitats for wildlife. Visitors to the park can spot birds, turtles, butterflies, deer and a wide range of amphibians, reptiles and mammals ).
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