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1) Reaching Hong Kong from India
There are several direct flights from all the major Indian cities by airlines like IndiGo, Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific, AirAsia X, etc. for a Hong Kong trip. It is also well connected with all major international destinations.
2) Reaching Hong Kong by air
Hong Kong Airport is one of the largest and busiest passenger airports, well serviced by carriers from all around the world. Some of the major airlines connecting Hong Kong internationally are South China airlines, British Airways, Air Mauritius, etc.
3) Reaching Hong Kong by train
China’s bullet train system is connected to all the major railway stations. The major train routes are from Dongguan, Foshan, Zhaoqing, and Guangzhou. Long-distance routes are available from Beijing and Shanghai arriving at Hung Hom station.
4) Reaching Hong Kong via waterways
Hong Kong is well connected by High-speed TurboJet boats and Passenger Transport Boats from Macau and Zhuhai.
5) Reaching Hong Kong by bus
Hong Kong is connected by regular bus services to/from the Guangdong province.
1) Star Ferry
This 18-century ferry system offers the best vantage points to see the world-famous Symphony of Lights Show, Victoria Harbour, and the skyline.
Timings: 11:55 am, 12:55 pm, 1:55 pm, 2:55 pm, 3:55 pm, 4:55 pm, 5:55 pm, 6:55 pm and 8: 55 pm.
Location: Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, and Wan Chai.
2) Ngong Ping Cable Car
Enjoy one of the most exciting rides in the world in this glass cable car with transparent flooring with your customised Hong Kong tour packages.
On your 5.7 kilometres long aerial journey from Tung Chung Town to Ngong Ping Village, you will see the South China Sea and the Tian Tan Buddha.
Timings: Weekdays: 10:00 am- 6:00 pm, Weekends: 9:00 am- 6:30 pm.
Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
3) Hong Kong Disneyland
Enjoy world-famous rides, character experiences, and shows like Iron Man Tech Showcase, Festival of the Lion King, Pixar Water Play Street Play, etc. on your Hong Kong holidays.
Meet characters like Tinker Bell, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Bo Peep, etc.
Timings: Every day 10:30 am- 8:30 pm.
Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
4) Ocean Park
Explore Summit and Waterfront zones for their exciting rides and animal encounters like North Pole Encounters, Sea Jelly Spectacular, Amazing Bird Theatre, etc.
Timings: Every day 10:00 am- 6:00 pm.
Location: 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong.
5) Hike at Dragon’s Back
Named one of the best urban hikes in Asia by TIME magazine, it traverses through luxuriant bamboo forests abundant with rich wildlife and waterfronts.
The summit provides amazing views of the South China Sea, Shek O Beach, and the forested valleys.
Timings: 2 hours
Location: Tei Wan Village.
6) Sky100 Observation Deck
Located on the rooftop of Hong Kong’s tallest building, this deck offers a bird’s eye view of the island city.
Know more about the Cantonese culture and heritage through Sky100’s Tales of Hong Kong, an augmented reality-powered multimedia wall.
Timings: Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 am- 9:00 pm, Friday- Saturday: 10:00 am- 10:30 pm
Location: ICC, West Kowloon, Hong Kong.
7) Victoria Harbour
One of the most popular tourist attractions in the world and topping the Hong Kong tour packages itinerary, it houses some of the best landmarks in Hong Kong.
Enjoy the spectacular Symphony of Lights Show, Avenue of Stars, Clock Tower, etc. from the promenade.
Timings: Open 24 hours
Location: Between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula.
8) Symphony of Lights Cruise
The best way to enjoy the world’s largest light show is from a cruise boat at a vantage point in the waters of the Victoria Harbour.
Enjoy a delicious dinner, live music and entertainment atop the ferry.
Timings: The 2-hour long cruise departs at 7:30 pm from North Point and at 8:00 pm from Hung Hom ferry point. |
Location: North Point Passenger Ferry Pier and Hung Hom ferry pier.
9) Madame Tussauds
Get up close with the life-size wax figurines of iconic people from all walks of life by including Madame Tussaud’s in your Hong Kong tour packages.
See the statues of Mahatma Gandhi, Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Hulk and Iron Man.
Timings: Every day 10:00 am- 10:00 pm.
Location: Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No. 128 Peak Road, Hong Kong.
10) Temple street night market
Visit the largest street market in Hong Kong to pick up Chinese artworks, paintings, Oriental rugs, embroidered silk jackets, etc.|
Indulge in authentic street food.
Timings: Every day 5:00 pm- 11:00 pm
Location: Temple Street, Jordan, Hong Kong.
Indian nationals currently enjoy a visa-free stay in Hong Kong for up to 14 days. However, you need to complete online pre-arrival registration before visiting. To apply for this registration, one may access www.gov.hk/en/apps/immdindianparreg.htm.
This is not applicable for direct transit in air and to people who are not leaving the transit area. Each registration remains valid for six months or until the passport linked to it expires, whichever is earlier.
1) Meet the dolphins at Ocean Park
One of the best family experiences in Hong Kong is a dolphin encounter at Ocean Park. Kids love to swim and feed these lovable creatures.
2) Watch the Symphony of Lights Show and Cruise
Book the Star Ferry for enjoying the world-famous Symphony of Lights show over the Hong Kong and Kowloon skylines.
3) Aqualuna Evening Sail
Enjoy Hong Kong’s skyline luxuriously cruising on a traditional red-sail Chinese junk boat by including it in your Hong Kong tour package.
See the Symphony of Lights show; explore the Victoria Harbour, and other iconic attractions.
4) Ride in Hong Kong Observation Wheel
This 60-metre high Ferris wheel-like observation deck and its luxurious glass gondolas are one of the best vantage points to enjoy the Symphony of Lights Show.
5) Have Dinner at Jumbo Kingdom Floating Restaurant
Enjoy delectable Chinese set menu of seafood and dim sum at this iconic 40-year-old floating landmark, the largest in the world.
6) Meet the Sea Lion at Ocean Park
Meeting the sea lions is an amazing experience for the entire family.
At Ocean Park, you will get a chance to feed the majestic animal, interact with them, and learn more about them.
7) Spend an evening at Victoria Harbour Cruise
Victoria Harbour Cruises offer uninterrupted views of the harbour, one of the best tourist spots around the world.
Enjoy the magnificence of the Hong Kong skyline and the Symphony of Lights show.
8) Visit the Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Gardens
See hundreds of exotic animals, plants, and birds like Orang-utan, Radiated Tortoise, Wood Duck, Hawaiian Goose, etc.
Take a heritage trail to see Statue of King George VI and Memorial Arch.
9) Shop the Toy Streets and Other Markets
One of the best places for children’s shopping, the Toy Market has hundreds of shops selling the most loved children’s toys and action figures like Lego Sets, Tamiya cars, Iron Man, Doremon, etc.
10) See the Avenue of the Stars
Perfect place for families who love the movies to see over 116 handprints of the biggest movie stars like John Woo, Leslie Cheung, and Jet Lee, etc.
Interact with the AR integrated statues of Bruce Lee and Anita Mui.
1) Egg Waffles: Enjoy this fried pancake in the shape of a huge bubble wrap, which is crispy outside and mushy on the inside. Have them plain or with toppings of chocolate sauce, green tea, bananas, and ice cream. Enjoy egg waffles at Master Lowkey Shop.
2) Fried chestnuts: This readily available snack is one of the local favorites. Available all through the year, this is a great tasting healthy snack. Buy them at Jardine’s Bazaar (Causeway Bay) and Temple Street Market (Kowloon).
3) Egg tart: This popular breakfast item looks like a ‘sunny side up’ encased in a tart. However, this creamy and delicious snack is actually custard inside a round flaky pastry. The best egg tart is available at Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Western District.
4) Cheung Fun: This traditional Cantonese dish eaten for breakfast or lunch is a rice roll stuffed with vegetables & prawns etc. The blandness of rice and the outer coating of soy & chilli sauce and roasted sesame seeds give it an amazing texture and taste. Indulge at Fat Kee, Yuen Long.
The currency of Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Dollar (HKD). The notes are available in denominations of 1,000, 500, 100, 20 and 10. The denominations of coins are 10, 5, 2, 1, and 50, 20 and 10 cents. All the main currencies like USD/INR/EU/ AUD etc. are easily converted here.
One must be careful to exchange money only at the most reliable places. You can exchange your currency at the Bank of China or at money exchanges at any of the top hotels.
Currently, 1 HKD equals INR 9.13.
Trip to Hong Kong is incomplete without shopping because this metropolis city is a commercial center of Asia with so many popular shopping areas.
1) Autumn in Hong Kong (September to November)
This is one of the best seasons for a Hong Kong trip due to the low temperatures ranging between 22-24 degrees. Since rainfalls and the resulting humidity is the lowest, it is the best time to be outdoors. Some of the autumn festivals to enjoy are Watch & Clock fair, Cheung Yeung festival, The Wine & Dine Festival, etc.
You can carry light summer clothing to wear.
2) Winter in Hong Kong (December to February)
The weather remains cool and dry due to the low range of temperatures between 15-19 degrees. January is the coldest month with around 21mm of precipitation. You can enjoy European Carnival, Christmas & New Year celebrations, Hong Kong Arts Festival, etc. during your winter Hong Kong holidays.
A light jacket and full-sleeved clothes are sufficient on Hong Kong trip during this time.
3) Spring in Hong Kong (March to May)
The temperatures range between 18-29 degrees and the weather is cool accompanied by misty pleasant breezes. The days are sunny enough to enjoy the beaches and indulge in outdoor activities. Enjoy the Hong Kong International Film Festival and the Ching Ming festival.
Carry and umbrella along with light summer clothing.
4) Summer in Hong Kong (June to August)
These months see high temperatures between 26-34 degrees and the maximum rains. The weather is hot and humid, making it uncomfortable to be outdoors. This is also the typhoon season. During your summer Hong Kong holidays, you can enjoy the Dragon Boat Festival, ComicCon, Hong Kong Food Expo, and mainly indoor attractions.
Wear light summer clothing and carry an umbrella.
While this completely depends on your interests and style of vacation generally people spend 4-5 days to do justice to this beautiful destination. The island city is famous for shopping, dining, and world-famous attractions. You can visit the Disneyland, Victoria Harbour, and Avenue of Stars. Hiking at Dragon’s Back trail, seeing the museums, and visiting the Man Mo temple are also great experiences. You can get a custom-made itinerary in your Hong Kong tour package.
1) Cycle through the wetland wildlife - Nam Sang Wai
See a beautiful almost mirror-like pond, red gum trees, and vast green expanses with hills in the background on this 7-kilometer route.
2) Enjoy the trail for a family ride - Sha Tin to Tai Mei Tuk
Spend a great family day away on this 22-kilometre long scenic route with amazing coastal views of Wu Kai Sha and Tai Po.
3) Ride along the Shing Mun River - Sha Tin to Wu Kai Sha
- Known as one of the most scenic cycling routes, it starts at the Shing Mun River and continues along its waterfront.
- Cycle through Hong Kong Science Park and the Pak Shek Kok Promenade dotted with charming cafes.
4) Ride at main streets of the island- Cheung Chau
This is one of the most popular cycling routes that takes one into the quaint old-world charm of Cheung Chau, its traditional houses and snack shops.
5) Enjoy elevated cycling track - Po Kong Village Park
Perfect for a riding day out with children, this 1-kilometer long cycling track lets you enjoy the challenge of cycling and manoeuvring your way on an elevated track.
Hong Kong is a place of cultural wonder. With so many places and sites oozing out the rich culture and heritage of the place, you will have a lot to explore on this bountiful city.
1) Dragon’s Back Trail
- Awarded as one of the best urban hikes in Asia by TIME Magazine, this is one of the most popular outdoor activities.
- Its rugged dirt trails lead to Shek O Peak summit and the magnificent views of the South China Sea.
- This 4-hour moderate level trek starts at Tei Wan Village and ends at Big Wave Bay.
2) Tai Mo Shan Trail
- This trail leads you up to the Tai Mo Shan peak, the highest in Hong Kong for panoramic views of the surrounding hills, a sea of clouds, and silver grass-covered slopes.
- The moderate 4-hour long hike starts from Rotary Point and ends at Weather Radar Station.
3) Lantau Peak Trail
- Lantau Peak, the second-highest in Hong Kong, is a great viewpoint for seeing the spectacular hillside sunrise.
- This moderate 4-hour long trek takes starts at Lantau Peak Sunrise Portal near Wisdom path.
4) Lamma Island
- This unique island hike lets you explore the 6,000-year-old Lamma Island.
- This trail, beginning with a boat ride at a fishermen’s typhoon shelter, is beautifully diverse and traverses through feng shui woods and kamikaze tunnels from World War II.
- This easy 7.5-hour trail starts at Aberdeen and brings you to Central via ferry.
5) Maclehose Trail
- This 100-kilometer long trail has been named amongst the top 20 dream trails in the world.
- Traverse through sea caves, 100-meter tall hexagonal rock columns, 200-year-old Chek Keng village and the beautiful beaches of Sai Kung.
- This difficulty level trek starts at Sai Kung District and ends at Pak Tam Au.
6) Sunset Peak
- The trek to the summit of this third highest peak in Hong Kong rewards one with spectacular sunset views.
- The silver grass-covered trails lead up British era stone sheds and the 1942 Luk Tei Tong Watch Tower.
- The 4.5-hour-long hike starts from Pak Kung Au and ends at Mui Wo.
Experience Hong Kong in a slow pace, by undertaking the day tours available to explore the city.
1) Hiking to Dragon’s Back
This beautiful trail, awarded as one of the best urban hikes in Asia by TIME, leads you atop the Shek O Peak, which offers panoramic views of the South China coastline and the Chai Wan skyline.
Location: Tei Wan Village.
Timing: 2 hours.
2) Ride in Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin
- This 5.7-kilometer-long glass cable car ride is one of the most thrilling things to do.
- Enjoy views of the South China Sea and the Tian Tan Buddha.
Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
Timing: Weekdays: 10:00 am- 6:00 pm, Weekends: 9:00 am- 6:30 pm.
3) Ride in Star Ferry
- A leisurely cruise on the award-winning Star Ferry is the best way to see the world-famous Symphony of Lights Show and the Hong Kong skyline.
- Take the World Star Water route to experience a scenic ride from Disneyland to Tsim Sha Tsui.
Location: Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, and Wan Chai.
Timing: 11:55 am, 12:55 pm, 1:55 pm, 2:55 pm, 3:55 pm, 4:55 pm, 5:55 pm, 6:55 pm and 8: 55 pm.
4) Kayaking at Lamma Island
Kayak on the calm waters to explore the beautiful island’s coastline, ancient Chinese villages, and the huge granite cliffs.
Location: Picnic Bay on the east coast of the island.
Timing: 7.5-hour trip, starting at 9:00 am.
5) Wakeboarding, sunbathing and swimming in Sha Kiu Tau
A 30-minute junk boat ride from Hong Kong takes you to this remote island’s pristine beaches, where you can indulge in the thrill of wakeboarding or simply swim in the calm waters.
Location: Sai Kung Man Yee Road.
Timing: 9:00 am onwards.
6) Surfing at HK Waterman
- Learn and enjoy surfing by the best open water enthusiasts in Hong Kong at the pristine Big Wave Beach.
- You can opt for either group or one-on-one sessions at HK Waterman.
Location: Big Wave Beach, Shek O, Hong Kong.
Timing: Weekdays- 6:00 am to 11:15 pm
Weekends- 6:00 am to 10:15 pm
Taoist temples and Edwardian edifices nestled between skyscrapers, people trade on international markets and light incense to bodhisattvas and vestiges of Chinese clan heritage proves Hong Kong has a lot of pilgrimage sites to explore.
1) Ride in Hong Kong Observation Wheel
Enjoy the night skyline light up with the Symphony of Lights Show in this 60-metre high observation wheel and it’s glass gondolas.
2) Explore the Hong Kong in Rickshaw Sightseeing Bus
- Include this in your Hong Kong packages to explore over 50 Hong Kong attractions on these hop-on-hop-off buses.
- Opt from Night Scene, Market or Heritage route to experience the city.
3) Have a Lavish Dinner at Jumbo Kingdom Floating Restaurant
- Dine at the largest floating restaurant in the world, loved even by the Queen of England.
- Enjoy a delicious menu of Cantonese cuisine amidst the spectacularly lit up ambience.
4) Enjoy the City and Harbour Tour
This 5-hour long tour lets you experience attractions like Victoria Harbour, Kowloon, and the Temple Street Night market along with dinner at the famous Bubba Gump Restaurant.
5) Embrace the Walking tour of Hong Kong
- This 3-hour guided tour lets you experience the culture and grandeur of the city on foot.
- See attractions like IFC building, Man Mo Temple, and indulge in dried seafood.
6) Experience the Symphony of Lights show and Cruise
Enjoy the world-famous Symphony of Lights show over the skylines of Hong Kong and Kowloon cruising over the harbour waters.
7) Head to Happy Valley to watch horse racing
- It is a thrilling experience to see the racing horses, cheering crowds, amidst all the energy.
- Explore the available pub-crawling options.
- The racing season is from September to June.
8) Go squid fishing
- Attracting the squids using lanterns and then catching them is a fun family activity.
- You can also ask the staff to fry the squid into a delicious snack.
1) Shek O Beach
- One of the most scenic beaches, it is famous for its calm waters, lively cafes & restaurants, and the BBQ area.
- Visit the nearby Shek O village and Tai Tau Chau Pavilion for magnificent views of the South China Sea.
2) Hung Shing Ye Beach
- The most popular beach in Lamma Island, it is famous for its tranquil vistas, WWII kamikaze caves, and charming villages.
- Spend a day here swimming, sunbathing, or barbequing your own meal.
3) South Bay Beach
- One of the more secluded beaches, it offers a day of tranquillity away from the crowded city.
- One must not miss the beach’s open-air restaurant with a live DJ.
4) Lo So Shing Beach
- This moon-shaped secluded beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on Lamma Island enveloped by forested hills.
- Indulge in swimming, sunbathing, and snorkelling while here.
5) Clear Water Bay
- Spend a day surrounded by crystal clear waters on this pristine beach surrounded by the thickly forested High Junk Peak.
- Indulge in delicious seafood and spend time scuba diving and swimming.
6) Repulse Bay Beach
- Relax in the beach’s resort-like ambience amidst beautiful vistas of golden sands and turquoise waters. This beach tops the must-visit places in Hong Kong packages.
- Visit the designer shops, art galleries, Caribbean & Hawaiian restaurants, and try surfing and swimming.
7) Kwun Yam Beach
- This is one of the best beaches to enjoy windsurfing, canoeing, and surfing.
- See the unique rock formation and the famous Mini Great Wall.
8) Tung Wan Beach
- This beautiful long-stretch beach is famous for its secluded vistas and great restaurants.
- It offers fantastic views of the world-famous Tsing Ma Bridge and Kap Shui Mun Bridge.
9) Golden Beach
- This beach, surrounded by patches of luxuriant coconut trees and exotic flowers, is the largest artificial public beach.
- One must not miss the striking gold-coloured Dolphin Square here.
10) St. Stephen's Beach
- Known as Hong Kong’s best-kept secrets, this secluded blue-water beach is the perfect place for a quiet idyllic day.
- Watersport enthusiasts can indulge in surfing, kayaking, and sailing.
There are very few walking tours in Hong Kong and even fewer are dedicated to uncovering what Hong Kong is famous for an endless delight for wine lovers.
1) Visit Victoria Peak
- Soak in the beautiful night skies of Hong Kong from this sky-high vantage point with your loved one.
- Enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner at Sky Terrace restaurant.
2) Enjoy at Ocean Park
- One should not miss visiting Ocean Park here even if you are on your honeymoon.
- Spend exciting time together on the rides, but also get up close to the exotic dolphins and sea lions.
3) See Mesmerising views from Victoria Harbour
Seeing the skies dazzle during the world’s largest light show, Symphony of Lights and the iconic skyline will be the high point of your Hong Kong trip.
4) Hongkong Disneyland
You are never too old to visit Disneyland! Share a wonderful time with your partner meeting your favourite characters, trying out the rides, and seeing some of the best theatrical presentations like the Lion King and Star Wars.
5) Ride in Helicopter
- Steal some romantic moments with your partner high up in the sky as you cruise in a privately chartered helicopter, a luxuriously styled sightseeing tour.
- Options range from 18-35 minute long routes depending on the chosen attractions.
6) Dinner at Cruise
Opt for a dinner cruise in your Hong Kong package to spend the perfect romantic evening on a luxury cruise soaking in the magnificent Hong Kong skyline with your loved one.
7) Have a drink at OZONE
- Nothing can be more memorable than enjoying a drink with your partner at one of the highest rooftop bars in the world.
- Try mixed spirits and Asian & Japanese snacks amidst the mesmerising smoky blue hues of the bar.
The ideal time to Visit Hong Kong Disneyland is on a weekday when the crowd is less. If you are in Hong Kong for a few days, do everything in your power to time your visit to Hong Kong Disneyland by undertaking its famous tour service.
1) Temple Street Night Market
- Enjoy the vibrant street market in Hong Kong to pick up artworks, paintings, Oriental rugs, embroidered silk jackets, etc.
- Indulge in authentic street food.
2) Ladies Market
- Pick up the best bargains on the latest clothing and accessories.
- Explore the fresh produce stalls and try the local Chinese snacks like roast duck, and Cha Siu.
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3) Shanghai Street
This street is a cook’s delight! Visit this street for shopping everything related to kitchen and cooking like utensils, knives, baking supplies, and edible food colours.
4) Jade Market
- Buy a traditional Chinese stone for prosperity and good health.
- Pick up jade studded jewellery, murals, and handicrafts at bargain prices.
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5) Stanley Market
This quaintly charming market is a haven for shoppers who want to pick up imitation clothing, watches, Chinese rugs, textiles, and accessories.
6) Fa Yuen Street Market
- This market is best known for its sports shops selling everything right from clothing, sneakers, playing equipment, etc.
- You can also pick up accessories like watches and electronic equipment.
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7) Flower Market
Surround yourself in the intoxicating fragrance and bright colours in this market dedicated to flowers and shop for exotic plants, bonsai trees, and gardening equipment here.
8) Bird Market
- Spend time amidst the cheerful sounds of thousands of songbirds.
- Pick up beautiful bird cages, feeders, water bowls, etc. in traditional Chinese scrollwork style.
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9) Goldfish Market
- See varieties of Goldfish and other tiny pets like beetles, turtles, hamsters, and frogs.
- Pick up decorative colourful seaweed, aquariums, feeding trays, etc.
10) Sino Centre
- This is a haven for gaming enthusiasts and fans of animated characters like Simpsons, Peanuts, Marvel comics characters, etc.
- Explore collections of stickers, comics, toys, CDs, apparel, etc.
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Hong Kong is so diverse wotn medical science, teaware, robotics, triad rituals, movies, history, urban planning and prison life. Similarly Hong Kong, museums are many, varied and downright fun! A few museum tour which are a must visit include
In Hong, smoking is prohibited in indoor public places, public transport, and workplaces. However, one can smoke in private hotel rooms, smoking rooms in airports, privately hired taxis, and tasting rooms in cigar shops.
The minimum age for drinking alcohol and for being able to buy it in bars, clubs, supermarkets, licensed restaurants, and liquor shops is 18 years.
Whether you are a beginner or a well-weathered sea dog, our guide to sailing tours in Hong Kong will soon put wind in your sails.
Hong Kong is considered to be one of the safest travel destinations. English is widely understood and the locals are helpful. However, solo women travellers must follow the usual caution that they would follow anywhere else. Try travelling in groups and avoid dark alleys. Keep your friends and family informed about your whereabouts and keep the number of emergency services handy.
Known to house many parks, coming to Hong Kong you need to visit its parks to experience complete bliss.
Hong Kong is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations around the world that offers so much to see and explore. There are amazing beaches, which offer not only private romantic escapades but also the thrill of watersports. While there, one can see magnificent attractions & landmarks like the famous Symphony of Lights show, Victoria Harbour, Avenue of Stars, etc.
It’s hundreds of Michelin star restaurants and world-class shopping malls are also great pull factors.
Hong Kong is a modernized city having a lot of architectural marvels. A few must visit ones include
Hong Kong, being a tropical destination, is hot and humid throughout the year. Rains are frequent and often abrupt. While your packing list will depend on the season that your visiting, it must definitely consist of:
- Umbrella or raincoat
- Loose cotton clothes
- Good quality walking shoes
- Sunglasses or hat
- First aid kit and your regular medicines.
The choice of accommodation in Hong Kong is endless. Depending on your budget, you can choose between palatial resort-style hotels, business hotels, budget hotels, Airbnb, and budget youth dormitories, YMCAs, YWCAs, and guesthouses.
Most of the bigger hotels are located in the main island area and Kowloon. The smaller guesthouses and dormitories are concentrated around the New Territories area.
1) Ride in Raging River at Ocean Park
Enjoy this classic super exciting ride that plunges you down at a speed of around 58 kmph in a vertical drop on your Hong Kong tour.
- Kayaking is one of the best ways to enjoy the cool waters, marine life, and the unexplored coastal nooks.
- Best locations are High Island, Port Island, and Wan Chai.
3) Scuba Diving
- Scuba dive to see the waters teeming with colourful coral reefs and marine life.
- The best locations are Tai Long Wan, Port Island, and Breaker Reef.
4) Experience the Unusual Game - Water Polo
- This sport, the oldest amongst the Olympic games, requires tremendous stamina, alertness, and fitness.
- The best location is Repulse Bay.
- This is one of the most thrilling water sports to enjoy the calm waters of Hong Kong Island.
- The best locations are Tai Tam Bay and Sai Kung Harbour
- Soak up the sun and feel the cool ocean breeze as you cut the waters on a sailboard.
- The best spots are Wan Chai, Sai Kung, and Stanley Island.
7) Paddle Boating
- Indulge in this age-old exciting activity either with your family or on your own on your Hong Kong tour.
- Best spots are Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park and Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre.
- While the waves here are not as huge as in other tropical locations, surfing is a very popular activity here.
- The best locations are Sai Kung, Shek O, and Lantau Island.
- Enjoy this sport that combines the aspects of surfing, paragliding, and wakeboarding in Hong Kong.
- Enjoy this at Shui Hau Beach.
- Explore rich marine life, freshwater lagoons, and hidden coves in the calm waters of the beautiful beaches on your Hong Kong tour.|
- Some of the best locations are Tai Long Wan, Ninepin Island, and Breaker Reef.