Hong Kong Sightseeing

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Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car

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A trip up Victoria Peak is the one thing that Hong Kong visitors should definitely not miss. To most Hong Kong residents, the 552-metre mount is the Peak and their most beloved landmark. Although the customary method of getting to the top is the historic cable-car service, there are buses for those looking to save on cost. Victoria Peak Garden plus commanding sea views and glimpses of the planet’s most expensive mansions are the principal reasons seven million tourists ascend the Peak each year.

A Big Bus tour of Hong Kong takes in many of the best-known sites. The Big Buses are double-deckers and the view from the upper level is great. The tours normally follow routes around the historic zones of Central, Wanchai, Stanley and Kowloon. Various ticket options are available and the most useful is the hop-on-hop-off one which gives the freedom to stop as you wish.

Hong Kong’s nod to the Walk of Fame in Hollywood is located beside Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui. The Avenue of Stars is home to stars and statues of the city’s entertainment industries. Modern-day icons such as actors Jackie Chan and Jet Li plus film director John Woo coexist peacefully alongside memorials to Bruce Lee and early 19th century silent film star Lai Man Wai.

Hong Kong Cultural Centre is near the Avenue of Stars and the top choice for concerts and theatrical performances. The landmark Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower is 44 metres high and, when it is not closed for maintenance, the public are able to climb up inside to a viewpoint.

The Tai O Eco option and other tours of Lantau give nice insights into this exotic locale. Since it was built in the early 1990s, the 34-metre-high Tian Tan Buddha Statue has evolved into Lantau’s most famous sight. A 268-step stairway at Po Lin Monastery leads to the lower plinth of the statue. The Ngong Ping 360 cable-car provides a convenient link from Tung Chung Station to the monastery.

Lamma is another one of Hong Kong’s islands and an idyllic getaway location for a daytrip or an organised excursion. Lamma’s laid-back atmosphere plus attractions ranging between the beautiful sands of Hung Shing Yeh Beach to Ling Kok Shan walking path and the colourful collection of souvenir shops and eateries on Yung Shue Wan Main Street ensure the island will be a firm favourite for many years to come.

To do Macau and its abundant draws justice, visitors need to at least take a one-day tour from Hong Kong. The entire historic centre of Macau is a UNESCO listed World Heritage site and right in the middle of it is the famed Senado Square. Other wonderful places to visit in Macau are the 15th century Taoist A-Ma Temple, Fortaleza do Monte, St Paul’s Cathedral, Macau Tower and the Taipa Houses Museum.