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Hong Kong has always held a special place in our hearts as a destination we cherish visiting. In our younger years, it stood out as an affordable getaway, allowing us to treat our children to Disneyland, indulge in shopping, and savor delicious Chinese cuisine. Even after two decades of exploring various destinations, the allure of Hong Kong remains undiminished for us. However, recent shifts in governance coupled with the challenges posed by the pandemic have impacted its business landscape. Fortunately, signs of recovery are emerging, with tourism gradually rebounding. We remain optimistic that Hong Kong will soon regain its vibrancy and allure. We eagerly anticipate revisiting this captivating city.

Where we've stayed

Marco Polo Prince

Marco Polo Gateway

Marco Polo Hongkong

Places to see

Hong Kong offers a fascinating blend of modern skyscrapers, historic landmarks, vibrant markets, and serene natural landscapes. Here are some places you might consider visiting:


Victoria Peak (The Peak)Enjoy panoramic views of Hong Kong's skyline from this iconic vantage point. You can reach the top via the Peak Tram.


Victoria Harbour - Experience the breathtaking views of the harbor, especially during the Symphony of Lights, a nightly multimedia show involving lasers and lights.


Hong Kong Disneyland - Perfect for families, this magical theme park offers a variety of attractions, shows, and parades.


Ngong Ping 360 and Tian Tan Buddha -  Take a cable car ride to Ngong Ping Village and visit the enormous Tian Tan Buddha statue. The area also features the Po Lin Monastery.


Ocean Park - Another popular theme park that combines marine life exhibits with thrilling rides.


Lantau Island - Explore picturesque beaches, hiking trails, and traditional fishing villages. You can also visit Tai O, a charming fishing village known for its stilt houses.


Star Ferry - Take a ride on this iconic ferry service between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon for stunning views of the harbor.


Temple Street Night Market - Experience the lively atmosphere of this bustling night market, offering a variety of street food, souvenirs, and bargain shopping.


Mongkok - Dive into Hong Kong's vibrant street life in Mongkok, known for its bustling markets, shopping streets like Ladies' Market, and diverse food scene.


Wong Tai Sin Temple - Visit this popular Taoist temple known for its beautiful architecture, fortune-telling practices, and religious ceremonies.


The Central-Mid-Levels Escalator - Take a ride on the world's longest outdoor covered escalator system, which runs through the heart of the city and passes through various neighborhoods.


Stanley Market and Stanley Beach - Explore this seaside town known for its relaxed vibe, waterfront promenade, market stalls, and historic Murray House.

These are just a few highlights, and Hong Kong offers many more attractions, dining options, and cultural experiences waiting to be explored.

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