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Hong Kong is literally a living fusion of traditional Eastern and Western cultures. It’s fast paced with a dazzling array of high rise buildings, neon lights and billboards. Split into two by the harbour, Hong Kong has two main regions – Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.
For such a compact island, Hong Kong Island carries plenty of punch as a holiday destination. With the many shopping options, restaurants and bars around the Central district and a journey to the Peak for a bird’s eye view of the island – and
beyond. Venture to Stanley Markets, marvel over the temples at Aberdeen or dine on seafood at Repulse Bay.
A tourist hot spot, Kowloon’s famous Nathan Road and its ‘Golden Mile’ are a magnet for bargain hunting shoppers and diners. Tsim Sha Tsui is one of Hong Kong’s major entertainment areas, popular both during the day and after dark. Visit
the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Space Museum before venturing to the Peninsula for its world renowned High Tea.
While she feels like a cosmopolitan city, under her contemporary exterior is a traditional Chinese lady at heart. Peer down from Victoria Peak, wind your way through the streets of Mongkok, bag a bargain at the markets, and without a doubt the harbour is the centrepiece, with its dazzling skyline and nightly ‘Symphony of the Lights’ fireworks and laser light extravaganza.
Kowloon and the neon lights of famous Nathan Road are a magnet for bargain hunting shoppers and diners. It is in Kowloon that you can visit the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Space Museum before venturing to the Peninsula for its world renowned High Tea. Getting around Kowloon is swift on the MTR underground rail network.
One of Hong Kong’s major entertainment areas, featuring a kaleidoscope of neon lights and countless shops along major thoroughfares as Nathan Road. Attractions include the Star Ferry, Clock Tower, Hong Kong Space Museum, Science Museum, Museum of History, Museum of Art, and the Cultural Centre.
Lively and fascinating areas full of speciality shops, larger bargain stores and open-air markets such as the Bird Market and Floral Market.
The many shopping options, restaurants and bars around the Central district are complemented by such exciting experiences as taking the on a journey to the Peak for a bird’s eye view of the island - and beyond. Venture to Stanley Markets, watch the horseracing at famous Happy Valley, marvel over the temples at Aberdeen or dine on seafood at Repulse Bay.
Home of the fictional Suzie Wong and once famous for its carousing sailors, this colourful district still offers exciting nightlife as well as the more culturally friendly arts centres. Office plazas and restaurants serve a diverse range of international cuisine.
Not far from Central is Causeway Bay, a very popular and vibrant shopping, dining and nightlife area.
On the island’s southern side, the Scottish-sounding Aberdeen is an ancient fishing port with a long maritime history. Nearby are the rides and various other exciting features of family-friendly Ocean Park, a huge amusement park perched on two mountain peaks with a scenic cable car ride.
The beaches of Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay, and the villages of Stanley and Shek O, are among this area’s scenic treasures. A major attraction is the bargain hunter’s favourite Stanley Markets. Murray House is another favourite attraction.
Enjoy the classic Hong Kong tradition and take in some of the best views across the city. In the funicular, try to sit on the right hand side for the best views on the way up.
Victoria Harbour is dazzling all on its own, but each night the city puts on a ‘Symphony of Lights’ which involves more than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbour. Recognised in the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest permanent light and sound show, there are laser beams and searchlights that perform an unforgettable light spectacle synchronised to music.
One of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots and home to over 90 restaurants and bars. Hosting carnivals and celebrations throughout the year, this area comes alive.
Victoria Harbour is Hong Kong’s heart, so to catch the real essence jump onboard a harbour cruise.
From a hop on hop off tour, to sunset cruises, experience Hong Kong in the most unique way.
Visit the most famous theme park in Asia and enjoy a day of wholesome entertainment and endless fun
for the whole family. Ocean Park is a combination of spectacular oceanariums, exhilarating rides and adorable animals within one complex.
Dim Sums are Hong Kong's must try experience, so why not make them yourself. From bite-sized dumplings, sweet desserts and savoury spring rolls, your taste buds will love you - you can even put your new found technique to work
and create your own Dim Sum animal. End the class by tasting your creations, as well as other traditional dishes cooked by the chefs.
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