Hong Kong is an exciting place to be. The concerts and festivals held are above and beyond international standards. The island is famous for its cuisine, zesty nightlife and enthralling shopping. No matter the traveller, age or preference, there is definitely something for everyone in Hong Kong.
Those in Hong Kong Island will find Madame Tussauds, The Peak, Hollywood Road, Happy Valley Racecourse, Ocean Park, Western Market, Jumbo Kingdom, Aberdeen, and Repulse Bay to be great tourist attractions to visit. The traveller in Kowloon will be delighted with Victoria Harbour, Kowloon Walled City Park, Sky100, Temple Street Night Market, Avenue of Stars, 1881 Heritage, Ladies Market, Clock Tower, Dialogue in the dark, and Jade Market. The New Territories also hold some gem like attractions such as Tsing Ma Bridge, Kat Hing Wai, Sai Kung Town, Tai Fu Tai, Hongkong Wetlands, City Art Square and Ching Chung Koon.
The traveller reaching Kowloon will find it hard to ignore the beauty of the Victoria Harbour. Known to be one of the busiest and active natural ports in the world, the Victoria Harbour offers more than just trade. With a backdrop of the mountains a sea of skycrapers and deep blue waters, the Victoria Harbour is a beautiful sight to see by day or by night.
There are many ways to experience the Victoria Harbour. One may take a Star Ferry which takes you to many interesting attractions along the harbor, where you may get on and off at any of the ferry stops. The sunset cruise along the harbor to watch the lights of the city come to life is also a popular option among those looking for a harbor cruise. Possibly the highlight of the evening cruise is the lights show that comes on for 20 minutes every evening. Called the Symphony of Lights, one can see cityscape change colours and hues as a synchronized lights display show goes on.