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Top 5 Attractions in Hong Kong

October 29 2014

detail and someone in pursuit of being amazed will never get bored in this city. Hong Kong is where British and China amalgamated to offer the world a unique fusion of culture, architecture and glitz. Do not miss the following 5 attractions on your trip to Hong Kong.

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak

A vintage tram leaves from the Garden Road terminus on an eight-minute journey and climbs steadily on Victoria Peak to offer its passengers a panoramic view of the city. A mammoth ship-like structure named as the Peak Tower greets you once you are at the top.
The Peak Tower features several attractions like Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, Ripley's Believe It Or Not and Peak Explorer Simulator to fascinate you with never-seen-before visuals.

Symphony Of Lights

Symphony Of Lights

Watch Hong Kong's skyline stun you with a stellar display of lights. Hong Kong's skyscrapers dazzle everyone by performing the Symphony of Lights every evening at 8 pm.
One can enjoy this 10-minute laser show from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. Hong Kong's version of Hollywood's Walk Of fame known as Avenue of Stars is also located in the vicinity.

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Buddha and Po Lin Monastery

Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery

Explore Hong Kong's spiritual side by visiting the gigantic Buddha statue and the peaceful monastery. World's largest seated Buddha was unveiled here in 1993 and since then it is thronged by local as well as foreign tourists.

The Ngong Ping Cable Car can effortlessly connect you to this majestic place and a culturally themed village.

Hong-Kong-Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland

 

Embark on a magical journey with popular Disney character's at this fantasyland. It is a place where kids get the opportunity to live their imagination and adults turn into kids. Along with the famous Mickey Mouse, this theme park also portrays Chinese culture.

Many characters like Tarzan, Cinderella, Aladdin, Donald Duck and various other activities like 3D shows, musicals and rides will keep you and your children entertained. It also features Disney-Themed Hotels and various international level acts to make your stay memorable.

 

Ocean Park

Ocean Park

 

Hong Kong's Ocean Park is not just a marine park it is a never-seen-before carnival. Featuring rides, aquariums, theatres, cable car and much more, this 170-acre park is one of the biggest ocean parks in the world.
One can watch 5000 fishes and 1000 animals in this park. Spend a day at the Ocean Park to witness the perfect combination of marine life, animal life and state-of-the-art infrastructure.

From modern architecture to traditional sanctity, from a child's fantasy to a spiritual journey, from touching the sky to feeling the ocean, Hong Kong is a complete package for tourists across ages. Whether you are a couple looking to spend some quality time together, a family looking to strengthen the bond, a group of friends in search of the perfect place to party or anyone looking to get enchanted by nature and modern infrastructure, Hong Kong is the place to visit.

 

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