Lives in Manchester, United Kingdom
Since Feb 2013
65+ year old female
Islands, Hiking Trails
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Taxis & Shuttles
Piers & Boardwalks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Historic Sites, Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Architectural Buildings, Gardens
Flea & Street Markets
Observation Decks & Towers
Theme Parks, Aquariums
Tramways, Lookouts, Observation Decks & Towers
Historic Walking Areas, Flea & Street Markets
Sacred & Religious Sites
Sacred & Religious Sites
Speciality Museums, History Museums
Military Museums, History Museums, Speciality Museums
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Set in two bays both assessable from central ferry terminal.Good seafood restaurants quiet during weekdays away from the busy city. Interesting walks .
An experience of another side of Hong Kong.Good way of seeing other parts of the city. Plenty of local markets and restaurants to see Sights to see well sighposted
Great hotel ideally located near ferries, MRT, Trams,Buses,restaurants nightlife, markets and shops. Great helpful staff some rooms have showers without baths so ask on check in
Charming island where you can see Local life. Good ferry service, Lots of restaurants set along harbor. Lots of narrow streets where you can pick up a bargain in the local shops. Check with the tourist website for festivals. The bun festival is the most famous and has various days of entertainment .The island can be busy on these days but the atmosphere is electric.
Fun Cheap travel on the old type London trams. Good for sightseeing.You can go one way from one end to another for 2.40HK$
A long promenade set alongside the most famous Harbour.Fun place to see the Light show.Lots of high end shops just off the promenade. You can walk from Hung Hong ferry port to Tsim Sha Tsui ferry port it is about 1 1/2 miles.The avenue of stars attracts many people trying to fit their hands and feet into the concrete patterns. Great atmosphere especially at weekends with plenty of photo opportunities.
I think the best sea food restaurant set on sea front with views of the harbour. Excellent fresh sea food. Lots of choice.
A must visit landmark even if you do not climb to the top.It is a magical site especially on a clear day and a perfect blue sky. Easy to get to on a ferry to Mui Wo and a No. 2 bus to the terminus.Check times but usually about every 45 minutes. For a different view take the cable car down to Tung Chung, which is right near the MRT. Tickets are available from the terminus in the small shopping area.A few specially shops, snack bars and restaurants
Situated in Wan Chai in restaurants on walkway to the ferry terminal Great Food atmosphere and reasonable prices. Large selection of Ales from all over the world.They now have a good pizza section which are all made fresh and very delicious. Look out steak Saturday and tatco Tuesday specials
An oasis in the middle of a busy town. Manicured gardens with restaurant cafe and gift shop is a very photogenic place with different views around every cornor. A peaceful haven and quite magical. Take the MRT to Diamond Hill it well signposted.
A must see famous sight from either side .Fantastic at night when all buildings are lit up. Good photo opportunities on either side of the harbor.Go up the peak on a clear day to see a different angle of the skyline.View from the ferries add a different dimension.
Situated across the bridge from Nan Lian Gardens. Lovely archtecture in a peaceful setting
Makes you feel happy whatever your age. Easy to get around. Some rides are also in English. Food outlets get busy at lunchtimes. Chinese food available as well as western. Not as busy or as big as parks in USA. Easy to get to on MTR. The Disneyland express shuttle from Sunny Hill MTR has Mickey Mouse windows which adds to the quirkiness of the journey The rides usually do not have long waiting times although there are fast passes. New areas are being built but do not affect visitors. There are two shows to see and both excellent. The lion King theater is in the round so every can see and enjoy the performances.There is an afternoon parade about 3p.m. as well as one in the evening and a firework display.Do look around for the character greeting spots to see your favorite.
Find out the history past & present of Hong Kong with interacted displays. well set out in and see the changes through the years.The opera section is most interesting with lots of costumes to see close up. There is also an interactive section but it is in chinese. Easy to get to . Take the MRT to Che Tui Temple then follow the signposts.Interesting for adults and children. Check for special exhibitions
Large island where many of attractions are situated. like Big Budda, the Cable Car and the stilted fishing village of Tai O . Easy to get to from central by ferry to Mui WO takes about 45 minuites. Bus station across from ferry to various attraction settings
An interesting town with many local shops.The market is very interesting with items set out on different floors. Amazing array of fruit & vegetables. Food is very local and gets bust at lunchtimes but very good. Easy to get to on MRT and is signposted. The Railway museum is small with only a few exhibits, You can get on an old train and see how basic they were.
Always a must visit to any traveler to Hong Kong.The views are amazing on a clear day or night and it is exciting to ride the train up the narrow track. (Strictly not quite on the top of a mountain ) Lots of restaurants at the top and many people spend more than a couple of hours there . The escalators inside are also very interesting and seem very open and airy although very safe.
The history of the tram is remarkable how it has remained a famous attraction. Well worth the sometimes long queues to get on.An exciting ride with great views at the top. Best traveled on clear days
An icon of Hong Kong and a must do. It is the best way to see the harbor and an easy way to visit both sides of the city.They run every few minutes during peak times and it is easy to get tokens or use an octopus card.Used by the commuters as well as tourists. Great views of the skyline as well.Star ferries run a harbor cruises during the day and at night.
Great day out with amazing rides Lots to see and do. The animal section is amazing and a good place to see Pandas up close.The most adventurous rides are on the top section reached by a cable car or railway.There are amazing views from the cable car There is something for everyone here with many food outlets.Some rides may be more popular so expect to wait but all really worth the wait.East to reach from Central bus station which takes you right to the car park. The New MRT when completed will be even easier
The village is the home of the Ngong Ping cable car . Take the ride bothways or just oneway. A good way to see the scenery. It takes about 1 hour but very smooth and enjoyable.A few small specialty shops , restaurants and fast food outlets. in the village itself but the cable car is the main attraction.
A small bay most famous for its tourists market which sells an enormous amount of goods. Mostly Chinese goods some good value others not. Good range of restaurants set along the bay check prices . Also a small shopping mall. East reached by bus from Central bus station making a good way to see the countryside outside of the city
A very interesting place with probably more than a thousand Buddas. It is little known but is mentioned in some guide books The steps are quite steep and it can be a climb .The statues are all different and set out all the way up. A different place if you like something a little quirky. It is signposted from the bus station but the entrance is actually behind the shopping mall. You may have to ask directions.
A very old temple set in a area near the top of the Mid level elevators.Used by local residents, who remember their loved ones by burnng large coils of incense which burn slowly from the roof of the temple.Some really interesting wall and door panels. Worth a visit if you use the elevators.
A lovely hidden bay set about 45 minutes from Shau Kei. Lovely clean beach with umbrellas and deckchairs to hire. Very picturesque. They are a few restaurants which vary in price to the position. Those nearest the beach more expensive, depending on a lunch, dinner or just a snack. There are plenty of shady places to sit and watch the waves. The sea seems to get deeper quickly. Take a local bus or a first bus from Shau Kei which drops you off at the beach. You have to go to the bus station to get the return one.There are a couple of walks one to the rocky outlet which would make a good place to take a picnic with great views.
Once a typhoon shelter Aberdeen harbor is a busy fishing port with many high end apartments.Take a local sampan ride or a big bus one around the boats, It is fascinating to see how basic the living conditions are on the boats.Take the ferry across the bay and walk along the pathway to see another side of the harbor.It is a pleasant and quiet place to sit and watch the boats come and go.The feryy from Lamma goes into the harbor which is great to see the harbor from the sea. There are plenty of shops and a bus station to other parts of the island. A few other ferries go to the outlying islands but check times. The famous Floating restaurant has its home here as well as some smaller ones.
A small museum set on pier 8 alongside the Star ferries.Interesting history of the ferries and the part of the history of Hong Kong. Good on a rainy day.
A must see museum with great views over the bays.It has lots of well set out exhibits of the history of the Hong Kong and the problems of sea defence in the past wars. East to get to from the MRT and well signposted.Go to the top first and explore then walk down to see the guns and positions of the defence.
A great busy vibrant temple with a special atmosphere.Lots going on and many different smaller temples to worship at. The main one is a special place and good to watch worshipers with the fortune sticks The zodiac statues are very popular to have your picture taken with.Go to the gardens at the back a very peaceful place to walk and enjoy the setting. A large waterfall and small pagodas make it hard to imagine you are in the middle of a busy city and shopping area.Easy to reach from MRT
A great place for seafood. There are many restaurants. Walk the seafront and watch the smaller fishing boats come in to sell their catch. Take a 1 hour ride around the bay and see how many islands there are.A small town and a few local shops just off the front where there are some smaller restaurants.Take the MRT to Diamond Hill Then the number 92 bus to Sai Kung .
A favorite restaurant in Sai Kung. The food is freshly cooked with a great choice. You can choose your preference from the many tanks.Go for a set menu to share Go to their smaller outlet further along the front as their larger one can get very busy.Outside or inside dinning.