Eating Your Way Around Hong Kong
Hong Kong is known for great food and dim sum is something that must be enjoyed during a visit. Once you’ve had your fill of the city’s dim sum, the seafood at Lei Yue Mun, Sai Kung and Lamma Island offer dining with a sea view and the selection of western restaurants in SoHo and Lan Kwai Fong have this Canadian living in Singapore visiting just to eat the food.
Taking in the Symphony of Lights
The downtown sky scrapers around Victoria Harbour come alive every night at 8pm for A Symphony of Lights – a dazzling display of laser beams and coordinated light sequence. The show incorporates over 40 buildings and is the world’s largest permanent light and sound show. While in the area, stroll by the Avenue of Stars.
View From The Peak
The Peak is one of Hong Kong’s most popular attractions. We can see why with it’s dazzling view over the city and fun optional tram ride to the top.
Day at the Theme Parks
Hong Kong Disney land and Ocean Park Hong Kong attract millions of visitors each year. If you’re travelling to Hong Kong with Kids, there’s a good chance these have already been added to your must do list by them.
Sightseeing from a Boat
Enjoy a view of the city from the water. For just a couple dollars, enjoy a trip on one of the Star Ferries crossing between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon or splurge on a Junk Boat ride that can take you further to one of the neighbouring beaches.
Shopping at One of the Many Markets
Exploring the different markets in Hong Kong is an often a packed, chaotic adventure. Choose between Stanley Market, Ladies Market and Temple Street Market for a bit of everything including clothes and souvenirs. Then the Gold Fish Market and Bird Garden are a unique display of animals. While the Cat Market might have you expecting a market selling cats, this is the place to find antiques and more. See more Hong Kong Markets
For more ideas on things to see, do, stay and eat in Hong Kong take a look at the Lonely Planet Pocket Hong Kong Travel Guide