Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the happiest places to be in Asia. It’s a go-to place for people who want to have fun and taste authentic Asian cuisine at the best price. In addition, it is where you can experience the beautiful skyline as well as the historical walled villages. So if you are planning to tour around Asia this year, Hong Kong is a great start. Here’s our Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Hong Kong. (Read: Hong Kong Itinerary)

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1. Hong Kong Disneyland. Of course, this is one of the best highlights when visiting Hong Kong, the fun-filled them park Disneyland. This is conveniently located in Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island with other exciting attractions to see. The Magic Kingdom styled park offers many rides that feature popular cartoon characters of Disney. Buy discounted Hong Kong Disneyland Ticket.

2. Ocean Park. This is a homegrown the park in Hong Kong which provides winning combination of interactive and educational sea creature display such as the artistic movement of jellyfish exhibition. It also offers exciting rides that kids will surely wouldn’t want to miss. Buy Hong Kong Ocean Park Ticket.

3. Madame Tussauds. At Madame Tussauds, there are more than 100 international and national wax figures to see, touch, and feel in Hong Kong. You can get up close with them and take selfies for your remembrances. There are plenty of celebrities and personalities featured in stunning wax statues if you check this place out. Buy Madame Tussauds Ticket.

4. Ngong Ping. For sure, you want to experience the cable car that is 5.7 kilometers long and 112 feet high. It serves as your bird’s eye view while touring around the city. You will see Lantau’s lush peaks as well as the shining South China sea. Buy Ngong Ping Ticket.

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5. Sky100 Observation Deck. This is an observation deck located in ICC Building, the highest viewing deck in Hong Kong. You will be amazed by the picturesque 360-degree view of the entire city and the Victoria Harbor. Buy Sky100 Ticket.

6. Peak Tram. Perhaps, you’ve already heard of this historic funicular, the famous Peak Tram uphill in Hong Kong. This is another great way to witness the overlooking panoramic beauty of the city. Buy Peak Tram Sky Pass.

7. Giant Buddha. If you love some historical figures, the Big Buddha is a sight to behold. This is the world’s biggest outdoor seated Buddha with 34 meters high and 250 metric tons of weight.

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8. Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower. If you’re touring near TST Star Ferry pier, don’t miss out the Clock Tower along Victoria Harbor. This popular landmark in Hong Kong remains a photographic site.

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9. Tai O Fishing Village. At the River Mouth, this village gives an experience of ancient Chinese living. The houses built on poles with narrow lanes offer a historic sight of how the early settlers lived before. You can fish here or buy fresh fish and other products.

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10. Yuen Po Street. In this street, you can find a market where you can buy goldfishes, flowers, and even birds. You can buy other lovely souvenirs here before you head out of Hong Kong and finish your trip. Don’t forget to check out the Chinese style garden where songbird owners are gathered.
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To enjoy a hassle-free Hong Kong vacation, we highly suggest you buy your tickets in advance. You can pretty much save if you buy them online. If you want seamless connection while in Hong Kong, we recommend renting a 4G wifi online and just pick it up at the airport as soon as you arrive in Hong Kong.

Looking for a cheap  place to stay in Hong Kong? We’ve got it covered, too. Here’s our list of Cheap Places To Stay in Hong Kong.

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