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10 Things To Do in Hong Kong

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 Have you been to Hong Kong, Asia World City? We have the world best airport here along with many other interesting things for you to explore. Being a native Hong Kong Chinese, I have assembled a list of the top 10 activities for your easy reference. To get the best of your Hong Kong travel, make sure to do them all, or as many as you can.


1. The Victoria Peak


Take the Peak Tram to go up to the Victoria Peak - the number one tourist destination here. The Victoria Peak provides a stunning bird-eye view of the world-famous Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong skyline as well as Kowloon.

The Peak Tram costs HK$25 for one way and HK$36 for a return trip.


2. Ocean Park


Spend a day or at least half a day at the Ocean Park. It is an ideal place for you take your kids for a day of outing. Children can make fun while learning at the Park. Highlights include Cable Car, Ocean Theatre, Sea Jelly Spectacular, Giant Panda and Red Panda, Atoll Reef and Shark Aquarium. Admission fee HK$208 for adults.


3. Star Ferry


Ride the Star Ferry from Central to Tsimshatsui after 7pm. This is the best time in a day to have a close encounter with the Victoria Harbour as well as going to the best location to take a good look at the Hong Kong night view which is certainly one of the most beautiful city night views in the world.


4. TST East - Hong Kong Night View


After your Star Ferry ride, turn right and walk to Tsimshatsui waterfront, just next to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and admire the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong skyline at night. Don forget your camera. The stunning views here attract hundreds of visitors daily, including locals taking their wedding photos and graduation photos. You can also buy the photo services here and collect your digital photos instantly.


5. Open-top Bus


Go on an open-top bus tour. You might be familiar with the hop on, hop off open-top buses in London. This new sightseeing vehicle has become more and more popular in Hong Kong. Operates daily from 10am to 6pm, there are three routes to choose from ?Red Tour (Hong Kong island), Blue Tour (Kowloon) and Night Tour. The tours offer a recorded commentary in a choice of 8 languages.


6. Shopping


Go buy a mobile phone, notebook computer, digital camera or any other fashionable items that you need. Hong Kong is a place free of tax and you can find the trendiest models here at bottom prices. You might observe the lines waiting outside the Prada or LV shops.


7. Lan Kwai Fong / Wanchai


Lan Kwai Fong is a must-go place for you in Hong Kong ?if you enjoy night life. If you are here around July, youl be able to participate in the Lan Kwai Fong Beerfest - one of the annual biggest ever street parties in Hong Kong featuring food and beer from around the globe, live music and dance shows and more.


Wanchai at around Lockhard Road and Jaffe Road is another district for bar hoppers. You can even find girly bars here.


8. Horse Racing


Go for a horse racing if you come between September and June. Racing course is the only place where you are licensed to yell as loud as you can without receiving any complaints. Enjoy the fun and excitement here.


Races are usually held on Wednesday nights, Saturday or Sunday afternoon, in either Shatin or Happy Valley racecourse. Visitors with valid passport can enter the Members Stand at a fee of HK$100. You need to be at least 18 years old. Minimum bet is only HK$10. Beginner guides are available at the entrance. Test your luck.


9. Tailor Made Shirts


Get a custom tailor to make a set of shirts or executive suits at very bottom prices. Ranging from backstreet to fine boutiques in five-star hotels, you can find high quality bespoke service tailors with value for money. Some tailor shops around Tsimshatusi area operated by locals or Indian can even produce your suits in 24 hours.


10. Seafood / Dim Sum


Go do a dim sum or seafood meal or both. As a visitor, make sure to get a sense of the local Hong Kong life style as to enjoy the gems of Cantonese cuisine here ?dim sum or live seafood. Dim sum restaurants are everywhere in town. Make sure to try the shrimp dumplings, pork dumplings and cha xiao bao (BBQ bun) which are the essence of Cantonese dim sum.


Picking your favourite live seafood from the tanks and have the chef cook for you immediately is another highlight of Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong. You can find this experience elsewhere in the world.


There are several dedicated seafood areas. To combine a nice eating environment with easy access, I would suggest Lamma Island and Sai Kung.