You must see Hong Kong at least once

Hong Kong travel attractions? Hong Kong is a fabulous travel destination. Sorry Disneyland: Hong Kong’s original theme park is also its most beloved. You’ll find Ocean Park on the south side of Hong Kong Island. Make sure you take a peek at the two resident giant pandas, Ying Ying and Le Le, then catch a lift on the cable car over the cliffs, and on to the hair-raising rollercoasters, other attractions and an array of marine animals and exotic birds. Oh, and if you’re in Hong Kong during Halloween, Ocean Park is also incredibly popular for its month-long – and genuinely rather spooky – Halloween attractions.

Hong Kong’s famous Star Ferry, with roots dating back to 1880, costs only a few Hong Kong Dollars to ride, making it one of the best deals in all of Hong Kong. Victoria Harbour is a hive of activity, and ships of all shapes and sizes chug, zip, or wallow past as the expert captains of the Star Ferries somehow avoid collisions. As you travel the main route from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island, or more specifically, Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) to Central, it’s hard not to be struck by the dense towers of Hong Kong Island, backed by green mountains rising up before you. The breeze off the water is exceptionally refreshing, and the wide-open spaces are a perfect antidote to the tight confines of the city. Don’t worry about scheduling a time to ride the ferry, they leave every few minutes all day long and later into the evening, so it’s always easy to get a great seat in the front or along the rail. The return trip from Central to Tsim Sha Tsui is also just as impressive. If you time it right in the evening, you can catch the full splendor of the A Symphony of Lights show. The 360-degree spectacle of laser beams striking the skyscrapers on either side of the harbor is one of the city’s free attractions and one of the most popular things to do at night in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Disneyland is the first theme park inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and is the fifth Magic Kingdom-style park. Located at Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island. Come & experience the wonderful magical moments with your special ones in Disneyland Hong Kong. A Hong Kong Disneyland park admission ticket is your passport to a full day of magical adventures. Ocean Park is a major attraction in Hong Kong, any visit to Hong Kong should include the world famous Ocean Park. The park has won several awards, including The World’s Seventh Most Popular Amusement Park and 33rd Most Visited Tourist Attractions in the World by Forbes. Ocean Park has now grown to about 40 attractions and rides.

How to get in or out of Hong Kong? We recommend flying, here is a reason : Speed! For long hauls such as transoceanic flights, air travel is unquestionably the fastest way to get to your destination, but even on shorter trips planes are often quicker. On a medium-length trip from New York City to Detroit, a flight will take about 4½ hours (including an hour driving to and from the airport and an hour waiting in the terminal) while a car ride will take 9½ hours, a bus ride almost 15 hours and a train ride about 16½ hours. Buses, cars and trains only begin to become competitive on extremely short trips such as from NYC to Philadelphia or to Aukland from Hong Kong.

Located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre, the views from Sky100 are simply divine; you can see all of Hong Kong and Victoria Harbor laid out below you. The 360-degree observation deck has a cafe where you can grab a bite to eat or drink while taking in the views, as well as a virtual reality attraction and photo booth. The panoramas on offer are just as stunning at night, when the city’s myriad of lights twinkle below you, glittering off the water around them. This lovely, laidback seaside town is the perfect place to head from Hong Kong if you want to escape the city for a bit. Its serene settings will replenish you after all the sightseeing. Located on the Sai Kung Peninsula, the town of the same name has lots of restaurants and bars for visitors to choose from; many opt to take a boat trip aboard an old junk. With lots of activities on offer such as sailing, scuba diving and sunbathing – as well as partying in the evening – Sai Kung is an excellent choice for a day trip.