Hong Kong is a tropical paradise, in the midst of a sweaty, dusty, industrial hinterland. With immense potential for planning a gateway, tourists flock to this tropical paradise year round.
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Hong Kong is a tropical paradise, in the midst of a sweaty,
dusty, industrial hinterland. With immense potential for
planning a gateway, tourists flock to this tropical paradise year
round. The vibrant urban landscape, combined with state of the
art services, and a vast blue expanse within the reach of your
hands, Hong Kong is dream come true for people trying to get
some gust of free air.
Tourists who flock to Hong Kong on weekends and vacations
generally prefer the well-known, more researched, and easy to
visit places of this city. There are however, many other locations,
unparalleled experience in their own right:
• Sai Kung Country Park: A stretch of untouched
landscape resides just at the foothills of Hong Kong’s urban
landscape, which offers isolated beaches- a land of paradise
for vacation seekers. Away from the noise and dust of the
urban landscape, this area boasts of some wonderful spots
where tourists can put up their tents under the open night
• West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade: Though not as
popular as the Tsim Sha Tsui, the West Kowloon
Promenade offers an even more majestic view of the Hong
Kong Skyline. An even quieter alternative is the Ma On
Shan Promenade, which overlooks into the Tolo Harbor.
• Stanley Market: An iconic area in downtown Hong Kong,
the Stanley Market boasts of European vibe- remnants of
the British rule, which is quickly fading in other parts of
Hong Kong. The journey to Stanley Market is even more
exciting; traditional Chinese Junk boats will offer an
experience of a lifetime.
• Victoria Peak: Though the Victoria Peak is quite famous,
and is frequently visited by tourists, the old hiking trail
which pursues the Old Peak Road, straight up from the
Conduit Road will offer an experience like no other.
• Boat Ride from Sai Wan Ho to Kwun Tong: The more
popular Star Ferry dwarfs every other ferry in glamour, but
other ferries from Victoria Harbor will offer more grandeur
to your evenings. Ferries leaving from Sai Wan Ho To Kwun
Tong offer one of the most astonishing 15 minute grand
view of the harbor area.
and escalators, the Ocean Theme Park is perhaps
equivalent to Disneyland in this Far East. Add to this the
roller coaster rides which look out to the sea, and the four
pandas, which will make your stay in Hong Kong more
thrilling than one can possibly imagine.
• Adrenaline Rush on Hong Kong’s red Mini-bus: Aside
from the highly efficient Hong Kong public transport
system, the independently operated red mini buses which
ply on Hong Kong roads are sure to give a surge in
Adrenaline. These speedy commutes will take you up from
wherever you want to hail one, and will race through the
streets without slightest regard for speed limits.
• Hong Kong Graffiti: The point where Oli Street meets
Victoria Harbor, some of Hong Kong’s finest artists have
displayed their talents on concrete walls. These concrete
canvasses put up some spectacular glimpses of the Hong
Kong culture and its people.
• Cheung Chau: An island paradise, just 30 minutes out via
ferry from Central, this beautiful island offers some
wonderful beaches, exceptional seafood parlors, and great
walks. The Cheung Chau bun festival brings out the best of
this island every year.
• Tai Mei Tuk: A seaside village nestled on the outskirts of
Hong Kong urban centre; it offers a gasp of fresh air, away
from the noise and dust of Hong Kong urban life. From the
pedal boats to rental bikes, this village has it all to soothe
away the tiresome routine life. The cherry on top is the
patio Thai food and delicacies.
by local culture, this city centre bearing the signs of post
war Hong Kong will quickly disappear, thanks to the
authorities’ decision to bring down this area, and replace it
with modern quarters. The empty remnants of Silver
Theatre- the last piece of pro-communist theatre in whole of
Hong Kong, stalls of the Hawker centre, and old men busy
playing chess in Yue Man Square will offer a glimpse of the
long gone era.
• Yuen Long: The neighborhood of Yuen Long features the
old Hong Kong centre- go back in time to discover what the
city was like nearly three decades ago. Apartment buildings
where you can still see the night sky, the functional light
rail- electric street car for Hong Kong people of the 1990s,
and the infamous Dai Wing Wah restaurant, where one can
still taste the fried rice with lard.
• Nan Lian Garden: This landscape depicts a pure work of
Chinese culture: a garden featuring botany and crockery.
The garden reminds visitors of the famous Chinese
paintings which hang out to display in various at
exhibitions. Being right in the middle of Hong Kong, the
garden creates an atmosphere where urban life meets
• Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) Art Museum: It is not that
appealing in this whole list of off-beat destinations in Hong
Kong. Any enthusiast who visits the museums in other
metros may treat this like any other. However, the Art
Museum stores some of the finest pieces of Art in Chinese
Era Haircut is a classic of the 1950s, which includes
trimming of nostril hair, ear waxing, styling of beards, and
above all the classy haircut. A barber shop in particular has
hold on to the fine-tuned furniture and the men of the
1950s, and above all offer the grooming services of the
• British Barracks of WW2: Mount Davis, on the Western
part of the island, still preserves the old WW2 era British
Barracks which was used as an artillery depot because of
their vantage point. Hiking all the way to the top will
provide an amazing view of the Pok Fu Lam.To Know More
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