Aberdeen, the largest satellite town, is a vibrant waterfront resort for the residents of Hong Kong city. It is unique in the sense that it puts forward the traditional lifestyle and modernity on a single platter. Floating restaurants are interesting features of this tourist destination.
Causeway Bay, known for its shopping extravaganza, hosts large number of Japanese department stores, boutiques and entertainment spots. Electronics and camera shops abound in the region. The place boasts of shopping spots like Windsor House and Times Square.
Disneyland, credited as the first theme park of China, is different from other disneylands of the world, for it has natural backdrop of verdant mountains and undulating landscape. The ultra-modern holiday resort has been segregated in themed lands like Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Adventureland and Main Street U.S.A.
Lantau Island, the largest outlying island in Thailand is located at the mouth of the Pearl River. The site of sleepy fishing villages of yesteryears has been developed as a major tourist destination in Hong Kong.
Ocean Park, the largest oceanarium in the world, is the foremost tourist attraction in South Hongkong. The Park was launched long before in 1977 with the investment of HK$150 million. The Park spreads on approximate 170 acres. A cable-car bridge links the two sections of the Park.
Po Lin Monastery
Po Lin Monastery, which literally translates as 'Precious Lotus' is the most renowned Buddhist monastery in Hongkong. It holds collosal copper idol of Sakyamuni or Tian Tan Buddha, which is regarded as the tallest outdoor Buddha statue in the world.
Victoria Harbour, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Hong Kong, is flanked by impressive skylines. The harbour is known for impressive views and scintillating public shows. It is praised for its magnificent panoramic sight. Tower on the Victoria Peak is the best place to enjoy the beautiful view.
Victoria Peak is praised for the stupefying view it provides of Hong Kong city and Kowloon. It is the best place to enjoy the view of Hong Kong, which looks like an effulgent pearl in the sea of light at night. Attracting approximate six million visitors every year, the Peak is the biggest tourist attraction in Hong Kong.