The Top Attractions of Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China and lies on China‘s south coast. It is bordered by Pearl River Delta and South China Sea. It is one of the leading international financial centres in the world and is also a major capitalist service economy. Due to lack of space, the city has developed its modern architecture and is regarded as the most vertical city in the world. In fact, due to its dense space, the city has massively developed its transportation network. Today, Hong Kong bears some of the high international rankings in different aspects.

Avenue of Stars –This attraction offers stunning views of the harbour tower and was modeled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It lies in Victoria Harbour waterfront in TsimShaTsui and honors celebrities of this city's film industry.

Avenue of Stars

The Peak - It is Victoria Peak which is a mountain and is a very famous tourist attraction in this region. It offers breathtaking views of the city and runs rail in which tourists get great opportunity to explore the mountain and see the city panorama.

Victoria Peak

Ladies' Market –If you are a shopping fanatic, then this may interest you most. The street is located between the Boundary Street and Dundas Street in MongKok and keeps a wide range of options for ladies to enjoy their shopping. Make sure that you do the best bargain of clothing, accessories, souvenirs and much more.

ladys' market HK

Clock Tower –Being recognized as a landmark in this city, the Clock Tower lies on the southern shore of TsimShaiTsui, the only relic of the original site of former Kowloon Station. It still serves as a reminder of colonial heritage of Hong Kong.

clock tower HKHong Kong Disneyland –It is a theme park where magic, adventure and the world's most renowned cast of characters can be seen. Join a fantastic journey with magical adventures at this attraction which welcomes all age groups.

Hong Kong Disneyland

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenande –Take a stroll of this attraction that starts from the colonial era Clock Tower and stretches to Hung Hom. Enjoy walking along the waterfront and you will be amazed to see a spectacular city skyline, one of the world's most attractive.

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenande

Ocean Park –This marine park for mammals is known as a great animal theme park, oceanarium, and is also famous as an amusement park where many tourists in and outside the country likes to visit. It increases the pride of the city and is based at its Southern District. Also being recognized as a major attraction in Hong Kong where you can take thrill rides, explore world class aquarium and see giant pandas.

Ocean Park

Temple Street Night Market –It's a night market where you can enjoy buying souvenirs and snacks, experience opera singers and fortune tellers.

Temple Street Night Market

The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery –It's a beautiful monastery as well as a huge bronze Buddha which is set amidst the natural beauty of Lantau Island.

The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery

So if you are still not curious to book your tickets then you will never get a chance to see all these wonderful places. Just call to your travel agent now and get going.

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