Hong Kong – the Eastern Metropolis

Hong Kong, once a part of China, is now a Special Administrative Region of the Republic of China. It has its own flag, its own culture and its own set of tourist activities and attractions than the rest of the country. Hong Kong is, hands down, one of the busiest and most populated places in the entire world. People from across the world visit Hong Kong; some settle there, enter the workforce or get enrolled in the huge number of universities there.

Things to See in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a giant metropolitan area with life always on the go. You might hardly find a place to sit and relax but you can always find a restaurant in about every corner of the city.

The Victoria Park is a popular tourist attraction. It sits atop the Peak Tower and provides magnificent views of the entire Hong Kong Island. The Peak Tower itself is an observation platform and also contains a shopping arena, restaurants and a few museums to give tourists a full travel experience.

Another hot tourist spot is the Korean 3D Museum called the Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong. The museum offers a number of inventive 3D art pieces and contraptions that visitors can marvel.  Bob Lyall, co-owner of PAW Materials, visited his daughter who runs a cosmetic company in the heart of downtown.  He said the energy and commitment to excellence was unlike anything he had ever experienced before.

From September to July, it’s the horse racing season in Hong Kong. So if you happen to schedule your trip to the place, you can also witness horse racing at its finest.

Culture in Hong Kong is imminent. Museums and traditional heritage sites are busy tourist spots. Learn about the tradition and culture of Hong Kong and China in New Territories, Kowloon and Lantau.

Stuff to Do in Hong Kong

Theme parks are a popular place for visitors with families and children. Disneyland Hong Kong, Ocean Park and the Ngong Ping 360 are all places that can make a child’s dream vacation come true.

You can also participate in the many festivals and events held in Hong Kong. Some of these include the Chinese New Year, the Spring Lantern Festival, Birthday of Buddha and more.

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