Public Question Asked by User179125 about Hong Kong
Need some travel tips for HongKong where to stay? What to see?
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Answered by Ceci Wong , Kung Tong, Hong Kong
How many days are u gonna stay here??? If your budget is tight, i would recommend you to stay @ YMCA @ TST (heart of kowloon peninsula).
As for what to see, the victoria harbour is a MUST-see here as it's one of the BEST oceans which i've ever seen (and comparabe to Darling Harbous in aussie)
apart fr that....u can visit Ocean park for their thrill rides and great aquarium but it could be quite crowded during weekends :(
also ...u can take the cable car ride @ tung chung city (near airport) to visit the great buddish temple and statue up on the mountain on lantau island
Answered by Steve Padrone , Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
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Answered by Shirley Yau , Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Victoria Peak, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and Lan Kwai Fong are the top things to do whilst you are in Hong Kong. The panoramic views of Hong Kong island skyline are best seen by taking the Peak tram.
You might want to keep your eyes peeled on the Bank of China building because it lights up in red neon lights during the night and remains the top tourist landmark in Central. On the Kowloon side though, Tsim Sha Tsui promenade is where the Symphony of lights takes place every night at 8pm and during sunset it is one of the most romantic walks around Tsim Sha Tsui East.
Lan Kwai Fong is the one of the top local picks for a large population of expats and expat English speaking Chinese when it comes to looking for things to do at night. Hong Kong's own party place to go for partying and right behind is the Soho area where the clubbing vibes come with a unique Hong Kong flavour.
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