Check-in! 10 tourists attractions in Hong Kong

Talking about Hong Kong, many people may think of delicious food or various luxury brands. Actually, there are a lot of tourist attractions in Hong Kong that you should visit. Thus, ACU PAY gathers 10 attractions in Hong Kong for those who have plans to visit Hong Kong but still do not know where to go and those who have plans to go abroad in the future.

1. Hong Kong Disneyland

Let’s start with Hong Kong Disneyland, a dream amusement park of Disney fans which has a lot of playthings such as Cinderella Carousel, Jungle River Cruise, and a parade of Disney characters. So resplendent!

How to go: Take the MTR subway, get off at Sunny Bay Station then take a Pink Line to Disneyland. 

2. Yick Fat Building

A building that once appeared to be a setting in ‘Transformer.’ This is another popular spot for photo taking in Hong Kong. A picture of small gaps in the sky surrounded by a tall, Yu-shaped concrete building with different colors.

How to go: Take a MTR subway, get off at Taiboo Station (Exit B), then walk for about 400 meters.

3. Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak or somebody may call it The Peak. This is the highest peak in Hong Kong. People can view all of the scenery of Hong Kong from Victoria Bay, skyscrapers, ferry, and colorful lights at night in the Kowloon side. This is considered as the most beautiful viewpoint in Hong Kong. 

How to go: Take either Island Line or Tsuen Wan Line MTR subway, get off at Central Station, use Exit J2 and go to Garden road. Walk for 10 minutes to get to the Peak Tram Garden Road Station. 

4. Ngong Ping 360


Taking a ride on the Ngong Ping cable car is one of the landmarks for tourists who come to visit Hong Kong. You can see a 360 degree view of Lantau Island, including a route to make a pilgrimage to Tian Tan Buddha Statue, another landmark that you should visit.

How to go: Take the MTR subway, get off at Tung Chung station, then walk out of the station for about 5 minutes to get to the Ngong Ping 360 cable car station.

5. Wong Tai Sin Temple


Wong Tai Sin Temple, also known as Red Treads Temple, is very famous for asking for blessings from gods. Inside the temple, there are Wong Tai Sin God, Quan Yin Goddess, local god of the land, The Old Man from The Moon (God of Love), and Confucius. Both foreign tourists and Hong Kong people come to pay homage for their propitiousness. 

How to go: Take a Green Line subway, get off at WOng Tai Sin Station and use exit B3.

6. Nan Lian Garden


A garden located on Diamond Hill. The design of the garden is from the design in Tang Dynasty. Inside the garden, it is shady and filled with various trees. A highlight of this garden is the Golden Octagonal Chinese Pavilion located in the middle of the lotus pond. 

How to go: Take the MTR subway, get off at Diamond Hill Station, and use exit C2.

7. Ocean Park


Amusement park in an aquarium theme has a lot of playthings, exhibitions, and facilities such as a roller coaster or watch animals shows such as dolphin shows and cute seals. Anyone  who loves aquatic animals or sea animals should not miss it!

How to go: Take the Light Green Line MTR subway, get off at Ocean Park Station, and use exit B. 

8.Noah's Ark


It’s a huge model ship built as mentioned in the Bible. There are several zones within Noah’s Ark such as the Ark Garden which is a garden with a model animal statue which is an animal that has boarded Noah’s Ark that have sizes similar to real animals, Ark Expo, 4D Theater, Solar Tower, Observatory, Noah’s Adventureland, an adventure base or Noah’s Resort, and accommodation with a variety of facilities.

How to go: Take the MTR subway, get off at Tsing Yi Station, and use Exit C. Then walk to the bus station to take the bus to Noah’s Ark. 

9.Mong Kok


It can be the most bustling area in Hong Kong. There are a lot of goods such as clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, and so on. Anyone who is a shopping lover should not miss it. 

How to go: Take the MTR subway and get off at Mong Kok Station.

10.Causeway Bay


Another landmark that is famous for luxury brands. There are a lot of shops here such as WTC, a famous department store, Fashion Walk, a place of new fashion clothes, and Lee Gardens, a department store that has been in Hong Kong for a long time. 

How to go: Take the MTR subway, get off at Causeway Bay, then use exit D2.

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