Ocean Park is one of Hong Kong’s favourite attractions, featuring rides, exhibits and conservation facilities. There are three attraction areas, which are the Lowland, the Headland and Tai Shue Wan. The three areas are connected by a cable car, outdoor escalator which is the second longest in the world and Ocean Express.
Hong Kong’s most popular attraction, The Peak offers spectacular views over the city, harbour and mountains beyond. For an extra buzz, take the Peak Tram.
Hong Kong’s newest world-class exhibition and event venue offering 70,000 sq. meters of rentable space, the Asia World Expo is part of the SkyCity complex developed by the Hong Kong International Airport Authority. It is located one minute away from the international airport and is at the centre of an extensive transport network.
The Avenue of Stars located at Tsimshatsui promenade pays tribute to the super-stars who have contributed to the territory’s hundred-year history of filmmaking. Showcasing the handprints, sculptures and movie history milestones over the past hundred years, tourists can know more about the development of Hong Kong movie history.
One of Hong Kong’s main tourist attractions is the Golden Bauhinia Square, where the ceremonies for Hong Kong’s handover in 1997 as well as the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region were held. A flag-raising ceremony is held every day at 8:00am.
The place that gave the world “enchanted realms of fantasy and adventure, yesterday and tomorrow” has made Penny’s Bay on Lantau Island its home in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Disneyland, the 5th Magic Kingdom style park in the world.
Ngong Ping is a 5.7-kilometer cable car journey traveling between Tung Chung town and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. It offers spectacular views of the South China Sea, the North Lantau Country Park, and a 112 ft. tall bronze statue of Buddha.
Noah’s Ark is located in the Ma Wan Park, which is intended to promote love, social harmony and care for the environment through the multi-media vehicle.
‘sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck’ is the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong ! Soaring high above the city on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre, the tallest building in town, ‘sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck’ offers visitors a magical bird’s-eye sweep of this world-famous sight with an unbeatable 360o panoramic view.