“It is better to travel well than to arrive.”
Located on China’s south coast, Hong Kong is famous for it’s spectacular panoramic skyline views atop Victoria Peak and beautiful Victoria Harbor (the largest harbor in China). Hong Kong is made up of four parts: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands – the largest is Lantau Island, home of the Giant Buddha (pictured below). As China’s shopping and business mecca, Hong Kong’s unique culture combines Chinese and Western elements – it’s a great vacation destination.
Fun Hong Kong Attractions & City Sightseeing Tours
Visit Victoria Peak for amazing skyline views of Hong Kong. Don’t miss the spectacular “Symphony of Lights” over Hong Kong’s beautiful Victoria Harbor – the 20-minute synchronized Laser Show is a dazzling sight! Explore Hong Kong’s ancient Chinese Temples and Heritage Sites. Hong Kong and Kowloon are a shopper’s paradise – visit the open-air street markets (Ladies Market, Jade Market, Stanley Market and Temple Street Night Market).
Other top attractions include: Aberdeen Harbor, Hong Kong Island, Lamma Island, Repulse Bay, Ocean Park Hong Kong and Victoria Peak Tram. Take a fun Day Trip to Lantau Island to see the Giant Buddha (known as the Tian Tan Buddha) – at more than 111 feet high, it’s the world’s largest, seated, outdoor bronze Buddha. Be prepared to climb 268 steps to get to the Buddha – it’s great exercise.
Culinary Capital of Asia
It’s no surprise that Hong Kong is the culinary capital of Asia. For a truly unique dining experience, feast on a nine-course Chinese dinner at Aberdeen’s famous Jumbo Floating Restaurant – Hong Kong’s most renowned floating restaurant. This is a “must-do” when visiting Hong Kong!
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The Best Time To Visit Hong Kong
Peak travel season is the Fall/early Winter (mid-September thru’ December). If you don’t mind the crowds, this is the best time to visit Hong Kong. Winter and Spring (January-March) are sunny, but can be cold. Spring (March to mid-May) can be warm and humid, with drizzle and fog. Summers (May to mid-September can be hot, humid, and rainy, with thunderstorms. September is also typhoon season.