7 Other Places Not to Missed at Hong Kong

Traveling to Hong Kong only a few days will not be enough as there are so many other places not to missed at Hong Kong such as below:

1. Garden of Stars
It is a temporary place to replace the renovated Avenue of Stars until 2018. The Garden of Stars contains Bruce Lee statues, Anita Mui, and also a list of Hong Kong star signatures such as Tony Leung, Chow Yun Fat and Cecilia Cheung. So if you had time to watch movies or drama Hong Kong as a child first, do not miss to stop by here. From the Garden of Stars you can also enjoy beautiful views of Victoria Harbor. How to get there: take the MTR and get off at East Tsim Sha Tsui station

After photographs at the Garden of Stars, it is time to have lunch in Tsim Sha Tsui area that provides a variety of places to eat. One of the bustling restaurants is the Hunghom Café, which serves a variety of Chinese food at a price per serving of noodles or fried rice. How to get there: walk from the Garden of Stars.

2. Golden Beach and Repulse Bay
If you want to enjoy the other side of Hong Kong, then you can go to the beach area and relax from the hustle and bustle of downtown. Golden Beach and Repulse Bay are two of the favorite beaches of local residents as well as foreign tourists. In addition, Big Wave Bay Beach is popular among surfers and is home to some prehistoric stones.

3. Kowloon Walled City Park
Walk through Hong Kong’s history in Kowloon Walled City Park with lots of stories to tell. Initially, this place became a refuge for Chinese refugees after World War II. Afterwards, this place became an unattractive slum. Now, however, this place has been transformed into a beautiful garden built following the classic Jiangnan style with a striking pavilion.

4. Wong Nai Chung Gap Trail and Dragon’s Back Trail
In addition to the building and beach, Hong Kong also has 24 exciting national parks as a hiking spot. Some of the popular ones are Wong Nai Chung Gap Trail and Dragon’s Back Trail. Only an hour away from the city center, these places are ideal for your holiday destination.

5. Yuen Po Street Bird Garden
Still a natural tour, you can also visit the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden to see a variety of bird species. You can also shop at the open market while enjoying the soothing scenery.

6. Bank of China Tower
One of the most exciting activities in a city with many skyscrapers is enjoying the city skyline from a height. This activity you can do for free at Bank of China Tower. Climb to the observation deck on the 43rd floor and enjoy the scenic views of Victoria Harbor

7. The Big Buddha
The Tian Tan Buddha or The Big Buddha is one of the popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong that you can enjoy for free! Located on Lantau Island, this 34-meter-high Buddha statue is the highest Buddha statue in the world. You’ve been able to see his whereabouts even since you were still on the cable car. Do not forget to prepare your camera and get ready to take pictures.

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