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Top things to do in Hong Kong - Captivating adventures galore

Hong Kong is a modern metropolis, where the exclusive cityscape and the fast-paced lifestyle offer a unique experience. Here are some must-do things here.


The Peak

The Peak has a lot of stories to tell if it could speak. The Peak is the highest point of Hong Kong and used to be the exclusive gathering point for the city's elite in the days of colonial rule. For a unique take on the view, ride The Peak tram which offers unforgettable vistas of the city's skyscrapers and the spectacular skyline. When the sun sets, the ambience emanates sunset shades of purple, pink and orange tinged with blue to welcome a silver studded cobalt sky, moments later.



If you're staying at a place like The Murray Hong Kong, one of the many conveniently located best hotels in Hong Kong, you're likely to be interested in a day trip to Disneyland. The latest craze at Disneyland is the Iron Man Experience where you get to enjoy some of his gadgets up close. Star Wars fans can enjoy the Tomorrowland takeover as rebel pilots in the spectacular world of Hyperspace Mountain. For Disney story lovers, there is the Mickey and the Wondrous Book Tour.


Ocean Park

Ocean Park is a marine theme park which combines fun and games with edutainment. You could go on an arctic adventure with the 'Polar Adventure' ride which takes you on a journey of wonder to meet penguins, snowy owls, seals, walruses and even the sly arctic foxes. Adrenaline junkies may opt for the 'Thrill Mountain' ride where speed, near-danger and hair-raising adventure entice visitors to linger awhile. The 'Rainforest' ride is a raft which courses through a tropical forest landscape to take visitors to witness the frolics of tropical animals.


Temple Street Night Market

When the stars come out, so does Hong Kong's night strollers that linger around noodle bars, electronic stalls, beautiful jade curios, antique ware, little trinkets and tea sets. The Temple Street Night Market was built around the Tin Hau Temple and has become a way of life for tourists and locals alike. If you're a movie junkie, you may recognize the street from some of the classics you still remember.


Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

The stroll-taker in you would love this walk. The promenade commences at the Clock Tower which still retains the look and feel of its colonial beginnings. The beauty of the walk, however, lies in the fact that it offers a spectacular view of Hong Kong's unmatched skyline flanking the Victoria Harbour. You could stop by the Space Museum or the Cultural Centre of Hong Kong during your walk. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade is popular with couples who wander aimlessly, absorbed in each other.


Lan Kwai Fong

Hong Kong's lively nightlife seems to flock towards Lan Kwai Fong once each busy day wraps up. The host of restaurants, bars and late-night clubs play host to an energetic set of partygoers who dance the night away.

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