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Top Four Unmissable Spots in Hong Kong

Top Four Unmissable Spots in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a land that needs no introduction, this famous metropolis of dominating sky-scrapers is one of the most visited places in China. With such a diverse palette of languages, cultures and faiths, the area never fails in offering a sight for everyone to enjoy. Here are five of the greatest you can witness on your holiday to Hong Kong.


Disneyland has recently branched out to the land of eastern promise and although it’s a lot smaller than it’s titanic brother in Orlando, visitors can still experience all the same magic. The resort is complete with four different themed areas: Main Street USA, Adventure Land, Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. With the areas include rides from the Orlando resort, such as the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, the legendary Space Mountain and Mickey’s 3D interactive show, Disneyland Hong Kong will prove to be a big hit with all the family. It is definitely a spot not to miss during your stay in the area.

Tsim sha Tsui Waterfront

This area is one of the most urbanised areas of Hong Kong, offering a wealth of fantastic restaurants, bars and one of the greatest shopping experiences within the whole city. It’s the home of the Kowloon-Canton railway clock; the 44 metre structure is the only surviving relic of the former Kowloon-Canton Railway and is among the most popular tourist attractions within the city.


Stanley is another area hugely popular with tourists. It was made famous as a market, where you can find anything from paintings, cloths, Chinese ornaments and traditional toys. The area is also crammed with restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world, guaranteed to please even the fussiest of eaters. Coming out of the market, Stanley offers temples and shrines that give an excellent insight into the history of the area, such as the statute of Tin Hau- the ancient goddess of the sea.

Repulse Bay

Repulse Bay might not sound very appealing, but the beach is far from it. The sublime sands of the beach and the shallow waters of the surrounding South China Sea often prove very popular with tourists. In the summer the area will densely populated, with almost enough room to stand. However with the weather in December still hitting around 20°c, this could be the perfect time to miss the queues and experience this beautiful bay.

So there are four incredible spots you won’t want to miss out on your holiday to Hong Kong. Why not look through the options of visiting today to see what incredible sights you can uncover.