Hong Kong is without a doubt one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Magnificent skylines, impressive buildings, intriguing blend of Eastern and Western cultures, and numerous tourist spots are what make the city one of a kind. It is one of the most popular cities, not only in Asia but around the world. Even in the midst of its popularity and thousands of tourists arrival, Hong Kong has always delivered. There are many tourist attractions enough to satisfy every travelers around the world. Here in this article is a sample of Hong Kong Tour Itinerary to help you get around this incredible place.
One would think that Hong Kong is a picture of bustling metropolitan with high-rise buildings and impressive skyline or a picturesque Chinese community with temples found in every corner. That is not really false, but, the city is a multifaceted metropolis with diverse culture and influences that makes it more endearing for tourists and locals, alike. A little far away from Hong Kong city, on the island of Lantau, is a fishing village that depicts the early life of native Hong Kong and shows a different side of a rather busy cosmopolitan, and that is the Tai O Fishing Village.
One of the benefits and perks of working in Macau is its accessibility to Hong Kong. Only an hour of ferry ride makes Hong Kong my favorite place to chill and an avenue for releasing stress. Despite the numerous times I’ve been to the city, I haven’t fully explored the place. Sure, I’ve been to some of the most famous tourist spots in the city, thanks to my visiting relatives and friends asking me to be their tour guide, but, I haven’t fully experienced the quintessential Hong Kong.
No one can contest that Hong Kong is one of most advanced cities in the world; home of the most magnificent skyline, modern infrastructures, efficient train system, the biggest and grandest amusement parks, state-of-the-art buildings, and the cutting edge of newest residential communities. But, amidst its continuous progress, Hong Kong was still able to preserved its origins and traditions. Take a look at Ngong Ping Village.Read More
Ocean Park and Disneyland are both theme and amusement parks and are two of the most famous vacation spots in Hong Kong. These two places are always on the list of every traveler going to Hong Kong and going to either of the place needs at least one whole day to fully explore and enjoy it. They are both leisure parks but each one of them offers distinct value of entertainment. It is great if you have ample time to visit both parks, but what if your time is very limited and would only have to choose one. Which one would you choose?Read More
Hong Kong, like Macau is a Special Administrative Region of People’s Republic of China and one of the most traveled destinations in the world. While Macau has been colonized by Portuguese, Hong Kong used to be under the administration of British government. Hong Kong is home to tallest and most advanced skyscrapers in the world and known for its diverse tourist destinations. You can’t help but be amazed by its magnificent skyline, one of, if not, the best skylines in the world. Seeing the stunning skyline is enough reason for people to come to Hong Kong and for some to come over and over again. You sure wouldn’t get tired admiring the view.Read More