Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in the 1800s
into a dynamic and thrilling 21st century cosmopolitan metropolis.
The city is replete with impressive high rises, a busy harbor and
it is an important financial and economic center.
Top Things to Do in Hong Kong
- Victoria Peak Tram: Take a ride up and get a paramic view of Hong Kong from the top
of the 554m/1818ft-high Victoria Peak!
- Dynamic Street Markets: Shoppers will find unparalleled selection of bargains and hidden
treasures in each market.
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Hong Kong has good smell of modernization. Many industries are
leaders in their field in the world, including economic,
telecommunication, technology, transportation. With an area of
1,110sq.km, Hong Kong consists of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the
New Territories and a group of 260 outlying islands. Hong Kong has
a population of 6,600,000 and 96% of them are Chinese.Hong Kong
Transportation) , lifestyle and entertainment. And the most famous
one is the movie industry which has greatly influenced the world
Hong Kong is a fusion of many cultures. Remnants of its colonial
past and the British culture and values, share space with the
Chinese tradition. It's amazing to notice the gray Confucian
temples edging against the western style churches. The traditional
Chinese festivals such as the Spring Festival and Moon Festival are
celebrated along with Christmas. Chinese opera and Canto-pop Music
lead a peaceful coexistence. Hong Kong is a land of ferocious
contrasts. Beneath the ornate exterior of impressive the skyline
and lighting-paced lifestyle beats the heart of old Hong Kong.
CEOs, entrepreneurs light joss sticks at home and worship in front
of a Buddha in temples for good luck and wealth.
The fact that many visitors come to shopping in Hong Kong may
surprise many people. But if you have experienced island's
pleasurable shopping environment and mind-boggling shopping
options, you will probably admire those discerning travelers.
Hong Kong is a shopping paradise which assembles all the
world famous brands. (Hong Kong Shopping) Shopping malls,
department stores and boutiques filled with enthusiastic shoppers
and visitors, cluster around the island.
In addition to its impressive modernity, Hong Kong has many
accessible beaches and natural sights for outdoor lovers.
Few visitors will have problem getting around Hong Kong. English is
widely used throughout the islands and almost all the street signs
Things to Do with Kids in Hong Kong
- Ocean Park: Hong Kong's premiere theme park boasts a wide mix of thrill
rides, sea world exhibitions, animal performances and lots more.
- Try Dim Sum: You can stop into Dim Sum restaurants at any hour. They are
invariably noisy, busy and full of families.
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