The Far East has always captured the eyes of the world for being a land shrouded in mysticism and cultural heritage. A land that has a past that manages to be as captivating as its present, and on that basis alone will continue to attract countless people to embark on voyages to discover the mysteries that lie within, and enjoy what the land has to offer. Hong Kong in particular, although excludes itself from China, is far from an exception when it comes to rich cultural heritage, geographical wonders, and historical treasure. The best part is, there’s a one-stop location where you can learn all about the ancient and more recent wonders of China, and it is known as the Hong Kong Museum of History.
If it is from another country you will be embarking on your voyage into Hong Kong, there are many places to stay that will suit your liking, from budget-friendly options to luxurious Hong Kong Hotel Rooms in elite establishments such as the Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Museum of History presents its historical and cultural knowledge to her visitors in such an engaging and thrilling manner that it almost qualifies as a theme park, with features that are thrilling as much as they are historically accurate. The museum tells ‘The Hong Kong Story’ from the very beginning, almost six thousand years ago, beginning with the natural history of the region, and concludes with the events leading to the territory’s return to China in 1997. The unforgettable exhibits contained within the museum include replicas of village dwellings, various priceless artifacts, and most notably, a re-creation of an entire street from 1881. The museum also contains actual footage taken during the events of the Second World War, along with more recent interviews conducted on survivors.
So if you ever find yourself in Hong Kong, be sure to take a trip through time and taking your time to discover the many wonders of Hong Kong.
Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.