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Hong Kong Things To Do

Central Hong Kong: Provided time and money are not constraints, you would like to be around Central Hong Kong to enjoy luxury city-break on your Hong Kong Holidays trip. It is the main business district and the heart of the city. Central Hong Kong has the best of everything – the trade centres, financial institutions, five star hotels, posh restaurants and a number of other places where you can have a lovely time. You will also find a number of cultural museums located in the vicinity. This area is well-connected with the rest of the Hong Kong by a network of roads and water-transport (ferries) systems, similar to what you would find in South Africa as both countries were administered by the British.

Victoria Peak: It is a popular and one of the most visited places in the city. Victoria Peak is a summit from where you can have spectacular views of the city and the harbour. The place is about 1800 ft above sea level, part of which has been developed as mountain park and shopping place. There is a tram service from Central Hong Kong that goes up the summit.

Kowloon: Kowloon is another urban district located north of Hong Kong Island or Central Hong Kong. The most important area of the district is Kowloon city, which is replete with shopping places, restaurants, hotels and city attractions. The place is more affordable than Central Hong Kong, in terms of money you spend at the hotel, restaurant or while shopping.

Lantau Island: Your Hong Kong Holidays will become more interesting as you travel northeast of the Island (Central Hong Kong) to reach Lantau. It is the largest Island in the city and filled with tourist attractions that include Ngong Ping plateau and cable car, the Great Buddha statue (Tian Tan Buddha), Tung Chung Fort and the Disneyland.

Mai Po Nature Reserve: The reserve constitutes a part of the Deep Bay and spreads as an estuary, providing natural habitat to over 50,000 migratory birds in Hong Kong. These protected wetlands is home to some rare bird species, such as Saunder’s Gull, Black-faced Spoonbill, Spoon Billed Sandpiper, Spotted Green Shank, Grey-tailed Tattler, Asiatic Diwtcher, Pied Avocet, etc.

Sai Kung Peninsula: To spend quieter days on your Hong Kong Holidays tour, you can travel to Sai Kung Peninsula, located in the eastern part of New Territories region. It is a coastal area with a plenitude of tourist attractions like Sheung Yiu Folk Museum, Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre,Sai Kung East and West Country Parks,Lions Nature Education Centre,Che Kung Temple,Tin Hau Temple and Clear Water Bay Country Park. The place is also a favourite of foodies who love seafood.

Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront: The place lies to the south of Kowloon and forms the cape with its tip pointing towards the Victoria Harbour. The place has historical importance and is famous for export companies that are based here. The vicinity is urbanised and you will find it resembling with the posh city corners.

Ocean Park: In 2006 Forbes listed Ocean Park as one of the 100 best amusement parks in the world. This theme park is chock-a-block with tourists. The favourites at Ocean Park that you will also enjoy during you Hong Kong Holiadys are cable car rides, roller coaster rides, Ferris Wheel, Abyss Drop, Flying Swing, Ocean Park Escalator, four-storey aquarium, amazing performances by Dolphins and Sea Lions.

Hong Kong Disneyland: Zip Holidays makes your Hong Kong Holidays all the more pleasurable by taking you to the best destinations on the Island. Hong Kong Disneyland is one such destination, jointly owned by Walter Disney and Hong Kong Government. The park is built on 310 acres of land, the park area being limited to 100 acres. Besides famous Disney characters and themes, you also get to see some great celebrations and festivities through out the year.

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