Fragrant incense stored for export near Aberdeen Harbour drifted with the sea breeze, giving Hong Kong its’ name, which means ‘fragrant harbour’ in Cantonese. Enclosed by the South China Sea and the Pearl River delta, stunningly charming Hong Kong has a deep natural harbour, and rates high on the index of quality of life. Its’ amazing natural beauty comprising bays, beaches, rivers, mountains, and nature reserves is complemented by tall skyscrapers amidst an amazing skyline that glitters at night.
Sampans are still used for sailing in Hong Kong, and you can try out one to go to a nearby fishing village. You can relax or indulge in some water sports at one of Hong Kong’s most popular beaches, strangely called Repulse Bay! Victoria Peak offers panoramic views of the Sightseeing city tour of Hong Kong. A peak tram takes visitors swiftly to the Peak, amongst exhilarating scenic views.
A ferry service, on the other hand, takes you across the Victoria Harbour, enthralling you as water, land, mountains, and the blue sky spin their magic, and you see Hong Kong in its entirety. One of the most famous is the Star Ferry service, made iconic by the filming of Hollywood’s The World of Suzie Wong. Hong Kong is known for its’ junks that traverse in the sea, besides small kai-to ferries that connect remote coastal areas to the mainland. There is an entire village that rests on stilts! Visit City attraction through Our Hongkong holiday Packages
In contrast, you will find elite hotels, trendy shopping malls, haute cuisine, fine dining and must try the moving pavements and escalators in the central and western parts of the city, which includes the world’s longest outdoor-covered escalator system! The Global Geopark of China, with volcanic and sedimentary rocks and strange landforms, is a marvel, and is listed by UNESCO in its Global Geoparks Network. The Po Lin monastery, Ngong Ping piazza and its’ giant-sized statue of a bronze Buddha are other tourist attractions. The presence of a large congregation of Buddhists and Taoists, besides many Asians, Americans, Canadians, and Europeans, has led to a profusion of ethnic architecture, as well as ornate Buddhist, Chinese and Indian temples, mosques and churches, well worth a visit. Hong Kong will delight and intoxicate you in every season.