Hong Kong is located on the east side of the Pearl River Delta which is famous for being very crowded. This special area is home to 7.4 million people from diverse cultural backgrounds, making it the 4th most population area in the world.
Hong Kong has an area of 1,104 km2. With that number, Hong Kong must work hard to keep its city to support millions of its citizen. That is the reason why the city is filled with skyscrapers, which make it become an area with the highest number of skyscrapers in the world. The uniqueness that makes Hong Kong very modern and eye-catching.
The transportation system in Hong Kong is very sophisticated and well organized. The city welcomes entrants from all parts of the world through Hong Kong International Airport. Every day, the airport serves flights from over 100 world airlines. This also makes it one of the busiest airports in the world.
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When the night falls, Hongkong shines a spark. Here are some of the most popular destinations that must be visited when in Hong Kong.
Victoria Peak proves how Hong Kong is expert at combining modernity with nature charm. This most popular tourist attraction is a mountain on the southwestern side of the city which reaches 554 meters above sea level. Tourists can ride the tram to see the most beautiful panorama of the highest peak of Hong Kong. Complementing the charm, Victoria Peak is home to Hong Kong's Madame Tussauds, Peak Tram Historical Gallery, Madness 3D Adventure, and Sky Terrace 428.
Location: Victoria Harbor, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Hong Kong has the best film industry in Asia which make it to be called the "Hollywood of Asia". The Avenue of Stars was built adapting the Hollywood Walk of Fame model as a tribute to the people of Hong Kong cinema. Here, tourists can see memorabilia of actors in the Hong Kong film industry, ranging from movie players, directors, to other crew behind the scenes. Don't forget to take a picture with the statue of the legend, Bruce Lee and Anita Mui.
Location: 100 Chatham Rd. S, Tsim Sha Tsui East.
The Hong Kong Museum of History is a historical home that brings together 400 million years of Hong Kong history into an area of 7,000 m2. This museum invites visitors to explore the origin and journey of Hong Kong through various valuable collections and exhibitions. Starting from nature history, local history, military, ethnography, to modern Chinese history can be learned on one day in this place.
Hong Kong is referred as the world's best culinary destination by many tourists. This special area is even called as the Culinary Capital of Asia. Therefore, talking about eating in Hong Kong will definitely never be enough.
Location: Hong Kong roadside.
Dai Pai Dong does not specifically refer to the name of one place to eat. Dai Pai Dong is a typical Hong Kong culinary concept in the form of an open-air dining place on the roadside. The food sold mainly is sauteed dishes such as omelets, fried rice, sauteed vegetables and meat, sauteed seafood, and noodles. The atmosphere of eating at Dai Pai Dong feels crowded because visitors sit on the roadside and have to share a place with other foreigners. One of the most popular central areas of Dai Pai Dong is Sham Shui Po.
Location: Shop 72, G / F, Olympian City 2, 18 Hoi Ting Road, Tai Kok Tsui.
Open every day, 10:00 - 22:00.
The name of this restaurant is certainly not a stranger anymore because the branch itself has spread to 9 countries in Asia and Australia. Tim Ho Wan started as the dim sum restaurant in Mong Kok, which opened in 2009. This restaurant won a Michelin one star since 2010 and rose into one of the most popular dim sum restaurants in the world. When trip to Hong Kong, never missed to visit the main branch.
Location: Shum Wan Pier Dr, Aberdeen.
Open every day, 11:00 - 23:00 (Sunday open at 9:00).
Jumbo Kingdom Aberdeen is a floating restaurant in the style of an ancient kingdom. Local people call it the "Floating Palace". Since its establishment in 1976, this restaurant has entertained many important figures, ranging from important people of one country to world celebrities. One of the excellent menus is the Flamed Drunken Shrimp, which is fresh shrimp processed with red chili and the best wine.