6. Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck (香港天際100觀景台)
“Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Desk” is Hong Kong's highest indoor viewing platform! Located on the 100th floor of Universal Trade Plaza, Hong Kong's top 100 Hong Kong Observation Desk, visitors can enjoy a 360-degree view of the world-famous day and night.
In addition to providing the most beautiful 360-degree panorama and magnificent view of Hong Kong, the "Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Desk" also offers a large interactive exhibition and a well-equipped visitor center. The wonderful exhibition is introduction to Hong Kong's unique history and culture, giving visitors an in-depth understanding of Hong Kong. Visitor Center has a goodwill ambassadors with excellent knowledge of travel, as well as advanced itinerary, which can be tailored and easy to collect local travel information. If you want to visit the famous attractions, "Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Desk" will be the best starting point for Hong Kong tourism.
Address: International Commerce Centre (ICC), 1 Austin Rd W, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Open hours: 10:00am - 9:00pm daily
Ticket: Start from 112 HKD
Official Contact: +852 2613 3888 How to go? Transit bus: Shenzhen Airport MTR Kowloon Station Crossing Bus Station
Airport Express Line Bus: K3 MTR Kowloon Station Barker Hotel / K4 MTR Kowloon Station Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel / K5 MTR Kowloon Station Longbao International Hotel
Bus: 8 Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Terminal MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus / 11 Diamond Hill Bus Terminal MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus / 215X Lam Tin Bus Terminus MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus / 203E Toyama Bus Terminus MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus
Minibus: 26 To Kwa Wan Chong On Street MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus / 74 Mong Kok MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus / 77M Tsim Sha Tsui East MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus / 270A Sheung Shui Bus Terminus MTR Kowloon Station Bus Terminus
MTR: Kowloon Station Exit B (Trade Global Plaza)
7. Avenue of Stars (香港星光大道)
Based on the history of the development of the film industry in Hong Kong and the achievements of the former superstar and behind-the-scenes film industry, the theme of the “Avenue of Stars” is located at Tsim Sha Tsui Beach Promenade with a total length of 440 meters from the Hong Kong Museum of Art to the New World Center The Hong Kong Star Avenue, modeled on the design of the Hollywood Avenue of Stars, was built by New World Group for HK $ 40 million and was supported and fully supported by the Tourism Commission, the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and the Hong Kong Film Awards.
As an outstanding person in recognition of the film industry in Hong Kong, 73 pieces of film celebrity mounted on the ground, more than 30 pieces of celebrities fingerprints. From Hong Kong's highly respected veteran filmmakers Dillon, Chu Yuan, Xie Xian, to the contemporary international port master Wu Yu-sen, Tsui Hark, Sammo Hung, Feng Bao Bao, and Yang Ziqiong, Andy Lau, Jackie Chan, etc., are here to leave their fingerprints. November 27, 2005, the martial arts star Bruce Lee's bronze statue is also open in Hong Kong Avenue of Stars. Bronze statue 2 meters high, in accordance with the film "dragon fight" shape and made to commemorate Bruce Lee 65 years old life. The entrance also features bronze statues and a small stage for performance. There are snack kiosks along the avenue, souvenir kiosks, and some film-related sculptures and recreational seats for visitors to enjoy.
Walking through the Avenue of Stars, visitors can enjoy Hong Kong's famous Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong Island's characteristic buildings and Hong Kong's new multimedia light music show "Symphony of Lights".
Open hours: 24 hours daily ("Avenue of Stars" has been closed for renovation and improvement works and is expected to be reopened by the end of 2018.)
How to go? Take the Mass Transit Railway Station at Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit E or walk at Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier
8. Madame Tussauds Hong Kong (香港杜莎夫人蠟像館)
Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, referred to as "Hong Kong Wax Museum", is located in Hong Kong Peak Tower, is a special exhibition celebrity wax museum. Which show around the world celebrities and well-known movie stars, such as Jackie Chan, Yao Ming, Beckham, Bruce Lee and other, is the domestic tourists will visit the land. Madame Tussauds Hong Kong has gathered hundreds of vivid global celebrity wax, so that visitors like stand beside of stars, enjoy the wonderful, interesting interactive experience. You can take pictures with Jackie Chan before the night in the harbor, and Donnie Yen in the wooden piles practice Yong Chun, and the United States President Barack Obama on the podium speech. A group of extremely dangerous criminals and psychogenic murderers in Hong Kong's first permanent horror exhibition area are waiting in the cell, and visitors must escape from this asylum as soon as possible ... otherwise they will be kept in this terrible of the country!
Open hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm daily
Ticket: Adult – 160 HKD Children (3-11 years old) – 90 HKD Elderly (65 or above) – 90 HKD (Last ticketing time: 9:00pm), only August 12 delayed to 10:30pm
How to go? No. 1 Mini Bus - In Central (International Finance Center Phase II) from the top of the hill, the shift is every 10 minutes.
No. 15 Bus - Central Star Pier to the Peak Daily from 6:15 am to 0:15am (from Central) Monday to Saturday from 6.30 am to 1:00 am (from the top of the hill) Sunday and public holidays from 6:15 am to 0:15 am (from the top of the hill) Frequency: Monday to Saturday (minutes) every 11 to 30 minutes Sunday and public holidays (minutes) every 13 to 30 minutes
Peak Tram: Daily from the St. John's Hill Peak cable car station, open daily from 7 am to midnight, Sundays and public holidays are open as usual, the shift is every 15 minutes.
9. Wong Tai Sin Temple (香港黃大仙)
Hong Kong's Wong Tai Sin Temple, also known as Sik Sik Yuen, was founded in 1945 and is one of the most famous temples in Hong Kong. Guangzhou Huang Daxian Temple was built in the Qing Dynasty has been the year, that is, AD 1899, is one of the religious sacred sites in Guangzhou. The Wong Tai Sin, also known as red pine fairy, to practice medicine as the goal and widely known, it was descendants built temple worship. According to legend, the temple is dedicated to the Wong Tai Sin is "responsive", so incense is very prosperous. Festivals at the end of each lunar month and lunar January 1st -15th, there are a lot of prayer to the Wong Tai Sin Temple, for the past year to reward God and for the next year to seek God bless. Every year the lunar calendar on 23nd August is the birthday of Huang Daixian, all the disciples of Wong Tai Sin, guests will be gathered at noon in the main hall of the temple to participate in ritual activities, the scene lively. Incidentally, the Wong Tai Sin Temple is the only Taoist temple in Hong Kong that can hold a Taoist wedding. By chance, it might be possible to see the process of Taoist wedding!
Respect Temple entrance, usually there will be a lot of sale candle fruit stalls, incense about ten yuan a bar, raw fruit sold more than ten dollars, the price is appropriate. When the incense, should be greeted by both hands, and then to the left hand fragrant, which is representative of the respect of God, and the number of incense with one or three for the Kyrgyzstan. To sign It is said that the signature of Wong Tai Sin is very efficacious, so many good faith are all coming from afar to seek guidance. Visitors can be made in the main hall next to the barrel, there are one hundred bamboo branches, were compiled on the number of 1-100, every question, to shake the cylinder until one of the bamboo sticks out, look at the number of labels, The paper on the scripture is the Wong Tai Sin response
Open hours: 7:00 am to 5:30 pm daily
Official Contact: +852 2327 8141
Ticket: Free (And temple next to the two-story building is the place explain to sign, there are a lot of professional debut with a explain sign service, the price of about $ 20 to $ 30 each sign) How to go? From Exit 5 of Wong Tai Sin MTR Station, walk about 3 minute’s arrival.
10. Ocean Park Hong Kong (香港海洋公園)
Hong Kong Ocean Park is one of the largest marine parks in the world, located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Aberdeen Ocean Park Road. Built in 1977. Covers an area of 870,000 square meters, is Asia's largest marine park. Park buildings are located in the South Mountain and Huang Zhu Hang Valley. Between the two parks with overhead cable car, visitors only need to take the 1.4 km cable car, you can travel between the two gardens, forming a complete park area. In the cable car, visitors can also watch the Deep Bay, Repulse Bay sea view. It includes the sea world, set ancient village, green garden, bird paradise, and mountain motor city, rapids heaven, Water Park, children kingdom and other eight districts.
Hong Kong Ocean Park has a marine aquarium and a theme park, which is the most visited place for visitors. Here you can see the fun of the open air amusement park, dolphin show, there are also marvelous maritime fish, marine skyscrapers, as well as thrilling more mine driving, sightseeing, entertainment, the perfect combination.
Hong Kong Ocean Park is located in the South Ridge Mountain and Wong Chuk Hang Valley. Mountain to the aquarium, marine theater, Haitao Museum, mobile games based. Under the mountain there are water park, garden theater, goldfish museum and imitation of ancient artifacts built by the ancient village, imitation of Chinese palace building, the village has pavilions, pavilions, temple streets, reflecting the Chinese historical style, so that the ancient Chinese street to reproduce, Art performance. The central government presented the panda An An and Jia Jia, let visitors come for visit.
Ocean Park receives more than 2 million visitors each year. Visitors can use the crane and handrail elevator to visit the various attractions of the park, through the glass equipment, you can enjoy the beautiful coral. The novel program has dolphins and killer whale performances, and there are high-altitude diving. In addition, you can watch seals and penguins, visit shark museum and butterfly house. Visitors can find in any 7-11 convenience store to buy Ocean Park tickets in Hong Kong, very convenient.
Open hours: 10:00am – 9:00pm (extended to 11:00pm during summer)
Address: Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Ticket: Adult – 280 HKD Child – 140 HKD(child under 3 years old is free) Elderly (65 or above is free) "Disabled person registration card" person free of charge. Hong Kong citizens free of charge during birthday.
Website: www.oceanpark.com.hk How to go? 1, Metro South Island Line was opened on December 28, 2016, visitors to the Ocean Park Station by car to the main entrance.
2, Monday to Friday at Central Leisure Plaza, take the minibus No.6. Or take bus No. 29R outside the Queen's Square on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
3, Take the subway to Admiralty Station, after the gate go B exit, take the Hong Kong Ocean Park bus 629 line 4, Central Exchange Plaza by bus No.70, 90. Or take bus No. 72, 96,592 at Jardine Street in Causeway Bay and get off at Aberdeen Tunnel and get off at the main entrance of Ocean Park for 5 minutes. It takes about 25 minutes by car from Admiralty Bus Terminus. It takes about 30-40 minutes by car from Hung Hom Railway Station.