Hong Kong is a nation that has of late captured the eyes and fantasy of the whole world. It is the new modern holiday destination that everyone wants to visit. It is cosmopolitan and state of the art yet has within its core a sense of culture and tradition that takes you deep into the roots of typical South East Asia. Hong Kong is an artistic nation and is adorned by museums and parks that make it one of the most relaxing destinations in the world. But when it comes to breathtaking modern scenery there is one thing that certainly hits the charts; it is the Hong Kong Skyline.
In Hong Kong the many glamorous sky scrapers are more than anything, an ornament to this skyline. The Hong Kong skyline is arguably one of the most beautiful in the whole world. It is indeed a mesmerizing cityscape that can keep you glued in the view, the whole day. Many of the most popular hotels are also seated in the heart of the city. The reason is obvious; it is the magnificent Hong Kong Skyline. When the sun rises or sets, the beautiful streak of pink and orange illuminate these skies in a magical perception; it is a view like no other. And when the sun goes down, the hundreds and thousands of colorful lights that illuminate the compact array of skyscrapers that adorn the night sky and the twinkling lights glowing amidst the jet black backdrop will sweep you into a world of modern beauty. One of the finest views you can enjoy of the Hong Kong sky line is from the waters in Kowloon over the Victoria harbor. Hence plenty of hotels and other entertaining places are located in this venue so that you may enjoy the best of Hong Kong’s unbeatable skyline.
After a beautiful day exploring the Hong Kong cityscape, come home to the Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong has. This Hong Kong Hotel is just as classy as the glamorous city surrounding and it is by far the most popular Wan Chai Hotel Hong Kong has.
Umanga Kahandawaarachchi is a passionate travel writer who writes under the pen name, Maggie Tulliver. Her field of writing covers a wide array of content and articles related to travel and hospitality industry. Google+