Know About Hon Kong Beyond Its Breathtaking Skyline

by Abbi Clarke Traveler
Hong Kong is always considered as one of the coolest cities in the world. With advancement in technology, Hong Kong has a unique taste for fashion, culture, business and of course architecture. Nearly more than 50 skyscrapers are there to highlight the breathtaking skyline of Hong Kong. Moreover, the hiking trails of this city and vibrant nightlife is also responsible for making this city popular. Hence, Hong Kong should be a must-visit destination for every traveler’s bucket list.  And in order to explore Hong Kong beyond this skyline, the perfect travel planner is the solution.
To begin your day in this new city, have a cup of tea in the Peninsula Hotel. It has one of the elegant lobby of Hong Kong. The peaceful ambience of the lobby will let you enjoy your steaming hot cup of tea without getting bothered by restless visitors. Once you are done with your tea, it’s time to go for a city tour. And the best way to do so is to hop into the funicular that will take you up to the Victorian Peak. Else you can add the other obvious option, that is, Star Ferry tour in your Hong Kong trip planner. However, you can make your boat tour a bit quirky.
Instead of the Star Ferry tour, plan a party on a junk boat that will sail along the Hong Kong harbor. Trust me! at night with all the skyscrapers illuminated along the harbor, the city looks like a paradise. Other best places to visit in Hong Kong are the Tian Tian Big Buddha statue, Nan Lian Garden and Hong Kong’s high end Soho district. Once you are done with these tours, it’s time to satisfy your hunger pangs. For that, West Villa Restaurant is perfect. Though the price of the menu might sound a bit high, but its lip smacking Chinese barbecue simply cannot be ignored.
For dim sum lovers, Maxim is your destination. Famous for its dumplings, buns, noodles and bun, Maxim promises to satiate your taste in the best way. For shoppers, Temple Street Night Market is there that can fill up your bag without shelling extra expense. Another event that should be included in your list of things to do in Hong Kong is the Dragon boat festival. However, this festival take place in the month of May or June.

All in all, Hong Kong has everything to entertain every kind of travelers.

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