Hong Kong Ultimate Guide 1. Lantau Island:
On Ngong Ping Plateau, where the Tian Tan Buddha (or "Giant Buddha"), an 85-foot-high bronze Buddha statue, various monastery buildings and a vegetarian restaurant can be found. Walkers can ascend from Tung Chung to the monastery in two hours. Visitors can also take a 25 minutes ride on Ngong Ping Cable Car from Tung Chung to Ngong Ping Plateau. Ngong Ping 360 is a dynamic new tourism experience, which combines a stunning 5.7 km cable car journey with an impressive cultural themed village and easy access to the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, the worldâ€™s largest, seated, outdoor, bronze Buddha statue.
2. Hong kong Di sneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland lies on the northeastern part of the island, approx. two kilometres from Discovery Bay The park consists of four themed lands similar to other Disneyland parks: Main Street, U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland and Tomorrowland. There is as yet no Frontierland, although it may be included in future expansion projects. The theme park's cast members use English and Chinese, including Cantonese and Mandarin dialects, to communicate verbally. Guide Maps are printed in Traditional characters, , English, Simplified characters, French, and in Japanese. The capacity of the park is 34,000 visitors per day, and is the smallest Disneyland park.
3. The Peak
4. Aqua Spirit Hong Kong
The Peak is a wonderful collection of unusual must-visit attractions, providing insight into diverse experience of Hong Kong’s culture. The Peak Tram, world’s oldest and famous funicular railways, takes you to the Peak. The slope is very steep and the buildings on the way look as if they are leaning. The Tram’s station is inside the Peak Tower.
The latest is Aqua Spirit, Hong Kong’s new chill area. Aqua Spirit is on the 30th floor with a spectacular view of the Hong Kong skyline. Some of the favorite drinks are Anxiety cocktail, Aquatini, Chambord, lychee liqueur and gold leaves
There are shops, restaurants, wax museum and an observation deck in the Tower. From the Sky Terrace in the Tower, you can have a stunning 360-degree view of Hong Kong. On the terrace is Sky Gallery where the works of local artists is displayed.
As suming: 4 days 3 nights Arrival at Hongkong: afternoon Departure from Hongkong: afternoon
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Published on Apr 11, 2010
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