There are so many amazing places to visit in Hong Kong that you can safely spend a couple of months traveling and sightseeing. That is why it is so important to make a plan for yourself before the trip and determine which places you most want to see.
Amazing sights of Hong Kong
If you are interested in history and religion, head to the Big Buddha. It is especially helpful to choose excursions with an experienced guide who will tell you in detail about all the attractions that you see. Po Lin Monastery is also open for visits on some days. The best way to go to the Big Buddha is in a cabin by cable car. This will give you the opportunity to admire stunning landscapes along the way, to see the mountains and the sea, as well as skyscrapers and the airport from a great height.
Nature lovers should visit Victoria Peak. There are truly amazing views from there, especially in the evening, during sunset. The best way is to take a special tram that will take you straight to the top. The Victoria Tramway has been in operation since 1888, so traveling alone is a great sightseeing option.
Things to do in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has its own Disneyland. This is a wonderful place to walk, ride the rides, see the Sleeping Beauty Castle, and enjoy the wonderful views. By the way, this is an ideal option for parents who take small children with them on their travels. There is always plenty of entertainment for kids in Hong Kong Disneyland, including unusual and at the same time completely safe and not at all frightening rides without "dead loops" and steep descents.
If you have grown up from the age when you want to visit Disneyland, and you have no children with you, go to Ocean Park. This entertainment place is designed primarily for adults. There are attractions that will take your breath away from visiting, and a cable car for traveling from one part of the park to another. It should only be remembered that there are very long queues in Ocean Park on weekends, so it is better to go there on weekdays so as not to waste time.
Surprising but true: one of the best things to do in Hong Kong is a visit to the Science Museum. There are several departments, each of which is devoted to a particular topic. You will be able to examine the exhibits under a microscope, touch them, press buttons, and turn on mechanisms. Everything, from the structure of the human body to the laws of physics, is demonstrated there in an unusual and fascinating form. A visit to the Science Museum is perfect for both adults and children.