Hong Kong Park, Hong Kong
Symphony of lights

Hong Kong


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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a bustling city of commerce and trade with the famous views of the harbour at its heart. There are several islands to explore hosting sights like the giant Buddha of Lantau, Disneyland and Ocean Park. Here are our reviews of tourist attractions in Hong Kong and remember, all our attraction reviews are based on personal visits:


  • Lantau Island, Hong Kong

    Lantau Island

    Lantau is home to two big attractions. Firstly, the world’s tallest seated outdoor bronze Buddha and secondly the Disneyland park. It’s also a place of peace and tranquillity compared to Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. It’s easy to spend a full day here, even if you’re not visiting Disney and it’s one of the most rewarding parts of a visit to Hong Kong.

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  • Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong

    Symphony of lights, Hong Kong

    This is one of the most impressive free light shows you’ll see anywhere in the world. Every night at 8pm, 44 buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong synchronise their lights and show off lasers in time with music. You’ll need to be on the harbour walkways on either side of the harbour to hear the music and get the best view of the lights.

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  • Hong Kong Park, Hong Kong

    Hong Kong Park, Hong Kong

    Hong Kong Park is a very attractive 8 hectare park just off Cotton Tree Drive near the Bank of China building. We stumbled on it by accident, but it’s beautiful and completely unexpected. Outside there are waterfalls, a lake, huge rock areas, streams, you name it and it’s all man made. You’ll also find a huge indoor aviary and an enormous conservatory for display plants.

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More Things To Do In Hong Kong
Hotels in Hong Kong – We recommend Hotels.com
Books on Hong Kong – Amazon.co.uk
DiscoverHongHong.com – Hong Kong Tourism Board