Things To Do
Hong Kong Museum of History: The museum is a very popular venue with over 200 historical objects relating to the country's origin during the period of the Middle Kingdom.
Hong Kong Disneyland: Step into a wondrous world of excitement and enchantment! Enjoy timeless tales and bold adventures in fun-filled attractions as dreams are brought magically to life for children of all ages - creating memories that last forever.
Ocean Park: Ocean Park features aquaria, dolphin shows and thrilling rides. The main attraction is a couple of giant pandas, which were given as a present from China to Hong Kong in March 1999.
Ten Thousand Buddhas Temple: More than 400 steps up the hillside to the temple, the '10,000 Buddhas' are stacked on shelves with 13,000 images of Buddhas filling the walls of the main temple.
Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Space Museum: This is particularly renowned for its Space Theatre, which features one of the largest performance venues in the world, offering both Ominax screenings and sky shows several times daily.
Wong Tai Sin Temple: This temple is a shining example of traditional Chinese architecture, with red pillars, golden ceiling and
Victoria Peak: Take the Peak tram to experience one of the most extraordinary and breathtaking views. You can enjoy the unforgettable panorama of Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula.
Bird Street and Flower Street: If you love flowers and birds, don't miss it. You can enjoy thousands of flowers and lovely birds at the same time.
Tram Ride: To get from the Eastern to Western district, the double-decker tram is probably one of the most common and oldest transport systems used on the island, running since 1904.
Po Lin Temple and Big Buddha: Po Lin Temple and Giant Buddha are located on Lantau Island. The Big Buddha is the world's largest, seated, outdoor, bronze Buddha. Come and make a wish for your future.