Hong Kong vacations are distinctly marked by the extraordinary amalgamation of deeply traditional roots and ultra-modern innovation seen as truly iconic of Hong Kong. You can still find traditional fishing houses perched on stilts above the water in Hong Kong’s Tai O fishing village. In fact, over 70 percent of the island of Hong Kong is nature and countryside. Some of the most remarkable attractions in Hong Kong are actually located outside of the urban center. Marine parks, rural fishing villages, and nature reserves are all beloved beauty-marks that identify Hong Kong as much more than simply towers of concrete and glass.
March and April are the best months for Hong Kong vacations. Temperatures are usually within 20°C, making Hong Kong vacations in the dense urban cores much more enjoyable. Late May through June are excellent months for any beach-bumming activities that may be planned with Hong Kong vacations. September is considered the all-round best time to catch the best weather, and get the most from both urban and countryside adventures. Winter is actually a pleasant time for Hong Kong travel as well, since the temperatures usually don’t drop much farther than 14°C. July and August typically see tropical storms, including cyclones.
Elements: Newly constructed shopping mall in Kowloon, which is designed with stores organized by Metal, Earth, Water, Fire, and Wood.
Bar 1911: Popular drinking dive in the SoHo District, with an extensive wine menu. Decorated in the East meets West décor of 1911.
The Stoep: Located on a Lantau beach, this restaurant offers a Western menu with exceptional South African dishes.
Knutsford Terrace: A pedestrian terrace street in Kowloon with many restaurants, both local and exotic, situated near the Miramar Shopping Center.
Perfect Vegetarian Food: A Buddhist restaurant in Kowloon that serves fresh organic foods with some choices that resemble the taste of meat.
Po Lin Monastery: Amidst the mountains of Lantau Island’s Ngong Ping plateau sits the Po Lin Monastery, Giant Buddha Statue, and the Wisdom Path.
Dialogue in the Dark: Hear, taste, smell, and touch Hong Kong in this innovative attraction that promotes social understanding of visual impairment.
Yan Chau Tong Marine Park: Knolls of Jurassic rock formations, volcanoes, and tropical mangroves cascade from islets into the waters of the South China Sea.
MuiWo: Spectacular Silver Mine Beach on Lantau Island offers comfortable coastal hotels, bathing off the golden sand-banks, and unforgettable sunsets over the surrounding hills.
Cat Street: Also known as Upper Lascar Row, this street is popular for bargain hunters on the prowl for the best purchases, from merchant stalls, antique stores, and distinctive boutiques.
Hong Kong Wetland Park: Protected wetland in Yuen Long with habitats home to many native species including mouse deer, gharial, and turtles.
Madame Tussaud’s Hong Kong: Discover Asian media mega-stars at this beloved wax museum, featuring figures of Jackie Chan, Cecilia Cheung, Andy Lau, and Ling Chi-Ling.
The Peak: Boasting an observation tower, the Peak is accessible by tram or on foot for anyone who wants to revel in the breathtaking view of Hong Kong Island from the top of the town.
Victoria Harbor: Every night, the Hong Kong skyline lights up for an incredible 10 minute Symphony of Lights laser and sound show propelled from the tips of the city’s skyscrapers.
Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum: Discover the Han Dynasty at this 1st century AD tomb, filled with crypts, calligraphy, and artifacts.
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