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Things to do - general

As Asia’s world city, Hong Kong has much to offer to you as a visitor, whether you are coming here on business or for pleasure:

A city of charm: the sophistication of an international city, cultural diversity and cosmopolitan lifestyle are at the very core of Hong Kong’s attractions.
Natural beauty: we also offer unspoilt natural parkland and spectacular scenery.

Here are some of the most popular tourist attractions:

The Peak is one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong. Looking down from The Peak you will be amazed by the spectacular view of the world- famous Victoria Harbour.
Giant Buddha at Lantau Island beside the Po Lin Monastery, is the world’s tallest, outdoor, seated bronze Buddha.
Ocean Park at the southern part of Hong Kong Island, provides an exciting mix of entertainment, education and conservation facilities.
Golden Bauhinia Square outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on the Wan Chai waterfront marks the unification of Hong Kong with the motherland. The “Forever Blooming Bauhinia” Sculpture (Golden Bauhinia) at the Square is a gift from the Central Government. There is also the flag-raising ceremony held every morning.
Repulse Bay at the southern part of Hong Kong Island, famous for its wide and wave-lapped beach, is popular with locals and visitors alike.
Stanley Market & Murray House, a popular market town that offers crisp sea environs and bargain buys. Murray House is a restored three-storey colonial building situated at the Stanley seaside.
A Symphony of Lights, awarded the World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show by Guinness World Records, staged on both sides of the Victoria Harbour, starting at 8:00pm every night. (Special announcement)
Avenue of Stars, located on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, not only a salute to eminent Hong Kong film workers for their devoted contribution to local and world theatres, but also one of the ideal vantage points for visitors to appreciate “A Symphony of Lights”.
Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, visitors can take a sampan ride to enjoy the scenic views of the typhoon shelter and take a closer look on the daily life of the fishermen in Aberdeen, or enjoy the seafood cuisine on the floating restaurants.

The major tourism projects came on stream in recent years include:

Hong Kong Disneyland at Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island, is the first Disney theme park in China.
Hong Kong Wetland Park, located at Tin Shui Wai, is a world-class conservation, education and tourism facility.
Ngong Ping 360 comprises the 5.7 km Ngong Ping ropeway, a 25-minute cable car ride which offers a spectacular view of the beautiful landscape of Lantau Island, and the cultural and religious themed Ngong Ping Village.
Ma Wan Park, a community facility to promote positive community values like love of life, family and the Earth. Noah’s Ark, situated next to the Ma Wan Park, is the world’s first full-sized replica. With the stunning views of the spectacular Tsing Ma Bridge and Ma Wan Channel, Noah’s Ark comprises of stimulating and inspiring expos, restaurant and resort.

And don’t miss the Hong Kong Maritime Museum in Central Pier No.8 and the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum accommodated in a historical mansion.

Area 1,104 km²
Languages spoken Chinese, English
Currency Hong Kong dollar
Visa requirements






1 . Original Passport , having minimum Six months validity and at least two blank pages .

2 . Original Confirmed Return Air Ticket showing exit from Hongkong , within fourteen days .

3 . Original Invitation letter from the Hongkong Company , on their Company Letterhead , specifying Invitation for a stay of less than Fourteen days .

4 . Foreign Exchange duly endorsed on the passport or must hold valid International Credit Card .


1 . Original Passport , having minimum Six months validity and at least two blank pages .

2 . Original Confirmed Return Air Ticket showing exit from Hongkong , within fourteen days .

3 . Foreign Exchange duly endorsed on the passport or must hold valid International Credit Card .

Sports and nature

Sports and nature Sports in Hong Kong are a significant part of its culture. Due mainly to British influence going as far back as the late 19th century, Hong Kong had an earlier introduction to Western athletics compared to other Asia regions. Football, basketball, swimming, badminton, table tennis, cycling and running have the most participants and spectators. In 2009, Hong Kong successfully organised the V East Asian Games and was the biggest sporting event ever held in the territory. Other major international sporting events including the Equestrian at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Hong Kong Sevens, Hong Kong Marathon, AFC Asian Cup, EAFF East Asian Cup, Hong Kong Tennis Classic, Premier League Asia Trophy, and Lunar New Year Cup. Hong Kong athletes over see improved, as of 2010, there are 32 Hong Kong athletes from seven sports ranking in world's Top 20, 29 athletes in six sports in Asia top 10 ranking. Moreover, Hong Kong is equally impressive performance of athletes with disabilities in 2009, having won four world championships and two Asian Champions.


Nightlife Home / Destinations / Hong Kong / Nightlife Hong Kong Nightlife Victoria Bay at night, Hong Kong Victoria Bay at night Hong Kong provides a vibrant nightlife. Do not fight the temptation to join the party. Things to do: take a luxury night cruise over Victoria Harbor; visit pubs, bars, nightclubs; or stroll in the bubbling streets with the locals. Don't just sit back and watch. Night Tour Do you fancy touring by night on land and over water? We recommend Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village Dinner Cruise. Begin this wonderful 5-hour trip at dusk with the flag lowering ceremony at the Golden Bauhinia Square (if time permitted). A stopover at seafood bazaar at Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village will follow. You get to see Hong Kong on the runway of the old Kai Tak airport and shop in the Temple Street Open Market after the seafood banquet. Star Ferry's Harbor Tour with A Symphony of Lights, Pearl of the Orient Dinner Cruise, and Tsing Ma Night Cruise offer memorable sights as well. Land stroll is a most breathtaking one: a cable ride to the Victoria Peak, where you get spectacular views.

Culture and history

Culture & history Structurally, one of the first laws to define people's relationships was the Hong Kong Matrimonial Ordinance passed in 1972. The law set the precedence to ban concubinage and same sex marriages with a strict declaration for heterosexual relationships with one partner only.[2] Other economic changes include families in need of assistance due to both working parents. In particular, foreign domestic helpers have become an integral part of the household since the late 1980s. Traditional Chinese values such as "family solidarity", "courtesy" and "saving face" carries significant weight in the minds of the people. Hong Kong's mainstream culture derives from, or is heavily influenced by, the Cantonese from the neighbouring province of Guangdong, China. There are also substantial communities of Hakka, Fukien, Teochew and Shanghainese people.

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