Hong Kong Top Things To Do Viator Travel Guide

(upbeat music) – Ni hao ma and welcome to Hong Kong. – This city is a blend of East and West. – And we can’t wait for what’s in store.

Let’s go. – In amongst the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong Island, you’re just captivated by the Hong Kong skyline. There are so many ways to get around Hong Kong.

Probably one of the favorites is riding on the Star Ferry. – We’re here in Aberdeen and we’re gonna hop on a sampan boat and check out the fishing village. It’s such an interesting juxtaposition to see all these houseboats surrounded by these massive skyscrapers. – Lantau Island really has so many different aspects for you to explore. ^ The Tian Tan Buddha, ^ otherwise known as the Giant Buddha.

^ The cable car moves at about 5 meters per second, ^ and the entire way you have these ^ breath-taking views all around you. – Victoria Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong Island, and from here you’ll get some of the best views of the city. Wow, this tram is steep.

I feel like I’m on a roller coaster. ^ – The Avenue of Stars is Hong Kong’s answer ^ to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And it’s most famous star, Bruce Lee. ^ If there’s something you want to buy, ^ there’s a market for it.

^ – They have so many different kind of markets here. They have the fish market, they have the flower market, women’s market. I think I’m actually gonna buy this for my nephew. Repulse Bay got its name from the HMS battleship that used to protect this area. It’s the most popular swimming bay on Hong Kong Island. ^ – [Man] Not too far from Hong Kong is Macau.

^ – [Woman] You almost feel like you’re in Europe when you’re walking along the cobblestone streets. – [Man] And the casinos, you have to take a little time playing some of the slot machines. – There are so many adventure activities. From Macau Tower, we see these people bungee jumping off the top. Oh my God!

This racetrack has such a unique setting because you have the green track in front of you with the skyscrapers as the backdrop. – Just one last stop to finish off the evening. – [Woman] There’s a Jumbo floating restaurant decorated like an ornate Chinese palace. – All right, we’re about to kick off an 8-course dinner. Exciting. ^ – The Symphony of Lights has just begun.

^ – Anybody who comes to Hong Kong and doesn’t check out the skyline at night is really missing out. – [Woman] That was incredible. – We have had such a fantastic time here in Hong Kong. – This is definitely a place we will come back and visit again. – Absolutely.

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