Things To Do In Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the dream destinations every traveller has tucked in their bucket list. And why not? Hong Kong is one of the most glorious destinations visitors can travel to, no matter what their interest is. Hong Kong has a variety of things to do and activities for every traveller who is visiting. Starting from the exquisite locations and glamorous structures along the road, to the nightlife, beaches, and more, every traveller gets to experience what they like the most. If you are in Hong Kong for a long or short vacation do try these activities out. Visit the Kowloon Walled City Park, Shing Mun River, Tai Po Waterfront Park, Hong Kong Space Museum, and more such beautiful places. 


Things To Do for Adventure Enthusiasts

For thriller enthusiast's try out the Tai Long Wan Hiking, Tung Ping Chau, and Dragon Back Trail, Lamma Island, or the Tai O Fishing Village which is also known as the 'Venice of Hong Kong'. For nature lovers, another mesmerising destination would be the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden which houses delicate birds like canaries, crickets, grasshoppers and parrots. 

Travellers who love to shop can visit Upper Lascar Row or Stanley Market. The Stanley Market is located near the seaside and is ten minutes away from the picturesque St Stephen's Beach. Stanley Market offers you some amazing options to shop as well as the Upper Lascar Row gets you porcelain, ceramic Buddha sculptures. Lascar Row is renowned for antique shopping and accessories which are too beautiful to be passed on! 

Know More About HongKong’s Rich Heritage 

To experience the culture and heritage of the region, you can start with the religious temples located in various parts of the destination. The Wong Tai Sin Temple in Kowloon, Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island, Man Mo Temple, Cheung Chau Island(and if you are lucky enough you can be a part of the Bun Festival as well), and Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery. If you visit the place during the month of May or June, you can see the Dragon Boat Festival that happens during the fifth day of the fifth Lunar Calendar. Indulge in celebrations and exciting races and live the true culture of Hong Kong. Another part of Hong Kong is the Graffiti Wall that is located in Hollywood Road. This lane is filled with Graffiti murals and street art which is perfect for travellers who love to click aesthetic pictures. 

In lieu of the pandemic situation, the government and touring companies request all visitors to abide by the guidelines laid down for safe travel. Follow and maintain the safety precautions at all times during your stay/travel.