1. Enjoy the view from Victoria’s Peak
Ride the peak tram for a scenic experience when heading to Victoria’s peak.
2. High tea at Ritz Carlton
Wouldn’t it be nice to have an afternoon tea at 490 meters above sea level with some of Hong Kong’s best pastries? The macaroons that was included in our tea set came all the way from France but you won’t find it in the photo because I already ate it before even remembering to take a snap.
3. Ride the Star Ferry
This was a refreshing way to see an overview of Hong Kong. I enjoyed the cool breeze during the ride plus it only costs a few cents so why not try?
4. Food Trip
Get ready to gain calories when in Hong Kong. Don’t forget to try the famous egg waffle which you can find in street stalls, Godiva ice cream in malls, pork buns & dim sum, Mickey Mouse waffle from Disneyland, McDonald’s Hong Kong version and of course, street food!
5. Shop at Mongkok & Jordan
You can find different types of street markets when you get down from Mongkok or Jordan station. The famous ones are the shoe street, ladies market and temple night street. In shoe street, you can find retailers of shoe brands such as Nike, Adidas and New Balance with limited edition designs and for a cheaper than mall price. For shopping souvenirs, Temple Street Night Market is the place to be.
6. Stroll along Nathan Road
Nathan road is the ultimate place when you want to splurge. You can find all the biggest designers along this road as well as Hong Kong’s most expensive hotels.
7. Harbour View
Enjoy Hong Kong’s stunning skyline in harbour view even during day time. You can also watch the Symphony of Lights from here which starts at around 7pm.
8. Time Square
The first thing that pops in my mind when I hear the word time square is people. This place is so busy with so many people crossing the street just like any other Time Square in the world. Which makes it great for people watching while eating egg waffle as well as for street photography.
9. Day Tour in Macau
We were lucky to be staying at a hotel that is directly connected to the ferry station going to Macau. We visited City of Dreams, Ruins of St. Paul’s, Senado Square and our last stop was The Venetian Macau before going back to Hong Kong. We were there on a weekend and the tourist attractions were overcrowded which gives Macau a lively and colourful impression!
10. Hong Kong Disneyland
A Hong Kong trip would not be complete without a tour at one of the country’s well known entertainment parks. At first, we were torn between Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park. We decided to go with the happiest place on earth, Hong Kong Disneyland, so that we could also witness the parade and amazing fireworks at night.