Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak is the highlight of Hong Kong. With the altitude of 552 meters, The Peak seems to never bore tourists with stunning view of metropolitan Hong Kong. Many coin-operated telescopes are placed for better observation. You will see different scenes in daytime and nighttime: busy Victoria Harbour by day and brilliantly lid Hong Kong at night. The easiest way to climb to The Peak is using the 120-year-old Peak Tram. With HKD $40, you can look over the whole island. The Peak Tram Historical Gallery is built to honor the tram’s contribution to Hong Kong’s history and heritage.

Victoria Harbour

Victoria Harbour is situated between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. It used to be the home to various fishing villages since the deep waters brought a lot of natural resources to the city. Nowadays, the Harbour is still considered as the heart of the city. Riding the Star Ferry across the harbour will be an unforgettable experience for your kids. The Avenue of Stars in this harbour is an interesting destination for Hong Kong’s movie fans. From the Avenue, you can watch spectacular Symphony of Lights, a unique lighting show with splendid lighting effect which makes you feel like you are immersing into this city.

Lantau Island

Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong. It is considered as a getaway from bustling Hong Kong with recreational park, nature reserve, and trekking sites. If you are into trekking, Ngong Ping Plateau with the Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery will not disappoint you with magnificent view of the largest Buddhist center in Hong Kong. Also, there is Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car if you want to get the bird-eye view of the mountainous area. Tai O Fishing Village and Hong Kong Disneyland Park are also worth visiting.

Hong Kong Disneyland Park

Let’s your children immerse in fairy tale world with Hong Kong Disneyland Park. They will have a chance to meet their dream cartoon characters, participate in exciting games, watch interesting live performance and buy lovely souvenirs. Your kids will be delighted by giant parades, cute mascots and amazing firework displays. Situated in Lantau Island, this park is suitable for an outdoor escape in this island with mountains, parks and beaches.

Lan Kwai Fong

It is a famous Hong Kong nightlife spots with a lot of restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs. Thanks to Hong Kong’s movie industry, this place is now very popular to international tourists. You can try Western cuisine together with Asian cuisine in this place. The street foods are cheap and delicious which attracts tourists and the locals. Many festivals and parties are held here, and you can see expatriates, tourists and local people gathering every night.

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park is an animal theme park featuring marine species, rides and shows. Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland Park are two biggest theme parks in this city. This park is divided into two main areas: The Summit and The Waterfront. Adventure Land in The Summit section is normally crowded as it has the thrilling roller coaster. Not only is this park created for entertainment, it also has educational department and laboratories for research purposes.

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

This museum is impressive with unique architecture: it is divided into 12 separate exhibition galleries, and all are painted red and yellow. Hong Kong Heritage Museum displays thousands of antiques, paintings and articles which offer you an insight on colorful history and culture of Hong Kong. Bruce Lee Exhibition is perhaps the most attractive part of this place. Considered as the legendary actor of Hong Kong movie industry, Bruce Lee is a cultural phenomenon who spread Chinese culture to the world. Through pictures and videos displayed in the museum, you will be amazed at his talents and achievements as a martial artist and a dedicated actor.

Wong Tai Sin Temple

Located in the north of Kowloon, Wong Tai Sin Temple is a large Taoist complex with many solemn shrines, temples and beautiful gardens. This complex was built using feng shui rules and you can see all 5 geomantic elements here: metal, wood, water, fire and earth. People come to this temple every year to pray for fortune and happiness. There are a lot of fortune tellers gathering here, you can try to get some predictions for your future.