Holidays in Hong Kong
With its amazing history and culture there are many tours to help you to discover all Hong Kong has to offer. Take a fascinating walk through the area to see the glitzy new buildings amongst the old traditional ones and visit St John's Cathedral that is said to be the oldest Christian church in the Far East. There are more than 20 museums including ones for space, railway and science, along with culture and history ones for you to wander around and see the artefacts from its colourful history: Hong Kong truly does cater for everyone. Travel in Hong Kong has its own Madame Tussaud's and horse racing tracks for a fun day out.
Attractions that await you upon your visit to the city are:
# The Sai Kung waterfront and the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade whose beautifications have been recently completed.
# The Stanley waterfront that is being completed.
# The Symphony of Lights launched in 2004 that is a world class multi-media light and sound show and a permanent night time feature of the Victoria Harbor.
# The Avenue of Stars- a new tourist attraction popular among tourists and locals alike that pulls in millions of visitors every year.
Located on Hong Kong Island itself, Victoria peak offers the best panoramic views of the province as a whole. While the top of the mountain is taken up with ugly communications antennae, there are areas close to the summit which afford breathtaking sights and a more relaxed feel; high above the main - and sub-tropical - part of Hong Kong, holidays should include at least one trip up the mount for the remarkable change in climates. The peak also has two major shopping centres, a funicular railway, and the Zoological botanical gardens of Hong Kong - holiday enough for anyone, even without the rest of the province!
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