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Top 5 best things to do in Hong Kong – Must-do activities in Hong Kong

Apart from being a buzzing city Hong Kong is a food lover’s paradise and a shopaholic’s heaven and there are many other things you can do.


Hop on the Star Ferry

The Star Ferry is a public transport system which is provided for free of charge. While you can make your way from Kowloon to Hong Kong you can also witness the buildings, the structures and the skyline in Hong Kong. While on the ferry you can see most of the hotels, restaurants and Serviced Apartments. Hong Kong is a city that is the perfect balance of the old and the new.


Get to the Peak via the Peak Tram

There are several different ways you can go to The Peak, the highest point in Hong Kong. The island’s highest point is at 1300 feet above sea level and once you get to the top you are rewarded with a stunning view of the island. There is a cable car service known as the Peak Tram which you can take in order to get to The Peak. You will be able to enjoy the beauty of Hong Kong and its natural resources until you reach the top.


Go to the Big Buddha statue

The Big Buddha Statue is the first thing you will see when you arrive in Hong Kong via plane. You will get to see the statue greeting everyone from below as you emerge over Hong Kong from the plane from above. The staircase leading to the statue is worth the trouble when you get to see this massive seated Buddha statue which is known to be the biggest seated Buddha Statue in the world. If you wish to avoid the s268 steps leading to the statue you can opt for the cable car which will give you the added advantage of the stunning view from up top,


Stuff yourself with Dim Sum

If you are in Hong Kong you must try Dim Sum. If you are a foodie then you will want to try Dim Sum in many different places such as restaurants and street food stalls. You get a large variety of locations that sell Dim Sum and naturally, the prices also vary depending on the type of eatery and the location it is based in. Somerset Victoria Park Hong Kong is located in an area where you can find Dum Sum without any difficulty. While you are tasting the Dim Sum remember to order several other favourites to go with it.


Shop at the temple street Night Market

If you love to walk along the stalls browsing through the different stalls in the outdoor markets, you are bound to fall in love with the energy and atmosphere at the Temple Street night market. A variety of different stalls pop-up after the sun goes down and you can find a variety of products ranging from clothing, accessories, footwear, bags, jewellery, ornaments, souvenirs and gift items. There are so many products that are sourced and made in Hong Kong. Some of the products are made using age-old crafts which make the items unique and precious.