Saturday, 5 March 2016

Fun Filled Hong Kong

Hong Kong is located on the southern coast of People’s Republic of China. It is one of the most densely populated cities on the planet with majestic skyscrapers and beautiful harbour. It has three main areas- new Territories, the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island. It offers some of the most exciting shopping, dining and sightseeing experiences. Hong Kong has a lot of places for worship giving the people some moments of stillness. Faith is an integral part of life here.  Hence, travelers not only get great sights, but also a lot of shopping, food and relaxation.

Hong Kong Disneyland
You will find some great attractions in Hong Kong. These include Victoria Harbour, Madame Tussauds, Victoria Peak, Kowloon Walled City Park, Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Garden and Disneyland. Many people think how so many people fit in this small city, but Hong Kong maintains itself for it. Hong Kong has a lot of green spaces for you to relax.  The public transport in Hong Kong is very good. It allows people to travel to quiet Beaches, sparsely populated Islands and wild places. The fastest and cheapest way would be to use the MTR trains. You should purchase an Octopus card which gives you unlimited travel in Buses and MTRs. Besides, take a ferry ride to have a breath-taking view of the city.
Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong is the single greatest food city on the planet. It has over 24000 Restaurants, Cafes, Bars and Food Stalls all over the city. Do visit McDonald’s, as Hong Kong has the cheapest McDonald’s in the world.  Being situated near the coastline, Hong Kong is famous for its Sea Food as well. Pineapple Buns are very famous and must be tried. Mostly you would find Chinese and Japanese Restaurants, but other cuisines are also there.

Shopping is great in Hong Kong. All international and local brands are out here. Bargaining is not possible much. You may also consider visiting night markets. At night, you can also enjoy sitting at the Harbour and enjoying the cool breeze. If you want, you can also add excursions to Macau and Shenzhen; they are not far away and require a day or two to explore.

Hong Kong Skyline
Cathay Pacific along with Hong Kong International Airport fuels the Hong Kong economy. The airport welcomes all major airlines and allows Cathay Pacific to serve many International destinations. If you are visiting other Asian countries as well, you can consider jumping on cruise liners which have a great presence in and around this area. Cruise liners connect Hong Kong with Singapore, Thailand and other nearby countries. 
Hong Kong Cruise

So, pack your bags and enjoy.

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