Going to Hong Kong and Shen Zhen!
Hopefully can get some electronics goods from either Hong Kong and Shen Zhen. Heard that handphone mp3, mp4 or mp5 player and other electronics also cheap! Want to try Hong Kong food too. It’s been long time since I went to Hong Kong and Shen Zhen, the last time I went was during my primary school time and the what I remember was their “Chap Fan” Mix Rice was calculate by the weight not like here in Malaysia will be calculate by how many dishes. Haha.
Hong Kong Tourist Attractions
Millions of tourists flock to experience Hong Kong’s wonders every year.
HongKong’s visitors seek out a wide range of natural, cultural andcosmopolitan attractions. The most popular attractions during the pastfew years have included:
From The Peak’s summit, visitors can gaze down on the jungle of skyscrapersand Victoria Harbour, where ferries and pleasure junks glide by. Atnight, the whole area becomes a dazzling spectacle of lights.
Marketshopping is a fascinating part of the Hong Kong experience. Visit theLadies’ Market in Mong Kok for inexpensive fashion items or Yau MaTei’s Temple Street Night Market for anything from T-shirts toelectronics. As well as souvenir markets, visitors can enjoy marketsdedicated to birds and flowers.
Ocean Park is one of the biggest entertainment complexes of its kind in Asia.Its reef aquarium, giant pandas, roller-coasters, Kid’s World andDiscovery of the Ancient World combine to offer a fun-filled day.
Repulse Bay is one of the most accessible and picturesque beaches on the south side of Hong Kong Island.
Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple
Decoratedin a riot of colours, Wong Tai Sin is an excellent example of atraditional Chinese temple. Yellow latticework and multicolouredcarvings complement the temple’s red pillars and golden roof.
Aberdeenis a scenic highlight of any trip around Hong Kong Island. Brightlydecorated trawlers, which double as floating homes for Aberdeen’sfishermen, fill a sheltered harbour whose hillsides are decked withwoodland and residential towers – not to mention Hong Kong’s famouslyglitzy floating restaurants.
Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
TheHong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre is one of Hong Kong’sdefining landmarks, with its distinctive curved three-tier roof andvast expanse of glass walls creating a dramatic vista.
Stanley Market is a delight for shoppers, filled with stalls, shops and innovative restaurants.
A Symphony of Lights show
EnjoyA Symphony of Lights show which has been named “The World’s LargestPermanent Light and Sound Show” by Guinness World Records.
Cheung Chau Island Tour
TheCheung Chau Island Tour gives you the perfect opportunity to explorethis beautiful island and soak up the culture and traditions as well asvisiting the historical sites. This tiny dumbbell-shaped Island is aunique world possessing a fascinating cultural heritage.
Pak Tai Temple
Thetemple is dedicated to Pak Tai, a Taoist god also called the ‘SupremeEmperor of the Dark Heaven’. Built in 1783, the temple’s layoutincludes traditional Chinese elements such as ceramic figurines on theroof ridges, murals containing auspicious motifs and stone lions in theforecourt.
Tung Wan Beach & Rock Carving
This is abeautiful beach popular for swimming, windsurfing and canoeing. The3,000-year-old Bronze-Age rock carvings are located near the water’sedge and feature geometric graphics and abstract animal images, whichare quite interesting.
Wooden Sampan Ride
Take a20-minute sampan ride and cruise around the typhoon shelter to see theold fishing community still living on their boats. The cruise includesWest Bay and the famous Cheung Po Tsai Cave, the hideout of a famouslocal pirate!
Tin Hau Temple
The temple was built in the17th Century. The temple attracts lots of followers and fisher folkscome to worship the Goddess of the Sea, especially during the annualTin Hau Festival.
New Lantau Island Tour & Ngong Ping
Takeone of these fascinating tours to experience traditional Chineseculture and the greenery of Lantau Island, the largest island in HongKong.
Lantau can be reached by either sea or road, so you havethe choice of taking a scenic ferry trip to the picturesque village ofMui Wo or starting the tour by coach.
A key feature of thesetours is Ngong Ping 360, Hong Kong’s latest attraction that includes astunning 5.7-km cable car ride up a mountainside to Ngong Ping Village.The 25-minute journey offers breath-taking panoramic views encompassingthe airport, South China Sea, lush mountains and valleys, and theawe-inspiring Giant Buddha statue.
The cable car takes you tothe culturally themed Ngong Ping Village, which incorporates threemajor attractions, Walking with Buddha, Monkey’s Tale Theatre and theNgong Ping Tea House, along with a diverse array of eateries and shops.
You’llalso visit the famous Po Lin Monastery nearby, and view the world’stallest seated, outdoor bronze Buddha sitting atop 268 steps. A shortwalk away is the Wisdom Path, an ancient prayer inscribed on a seriesof wooden columns.
Another highlight of these tours is a visit to the unique Tanka boat-people’s stilt-house fishing village at Tai O.
Sometours offer a vegetarian lunch prepared by the monks at the Po LinMonastery or a stop at the beautiful white sand Cheung Sha beach.
Fromtime to time, the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car service is closed forregularly scheduled maintenance. Check out Servicing Days for a list ofthese days in 2008. On such days, the tour will take alternativetransportation to Ngong Ping 360.
Sai Kung Coastal Treasures Discovery (including an UNESCO Award-winning temple)
SaiKung is fondly claimed as the “back garden of Hong Kong”, where citydwellers love to hike and camp in the bush green country park, fish orsail in the sheltered waters, BBQ or sunbathe on secluded beaches, swimor snorkel in the clear blue waters.
Beyond the tall skyscrapersand well away from the bustle of downtown Hong Kong lies Sai Kung,where majestic mountains sweep down to the blue ocean and thislaid-back haven.
You’ll first cruise Hebe Haven and PortShelter, peaceful waters for sailing, yachting, scuba diving and squidfishing. Then visit the historic Hung Shing Temple, an UNESCO HeritageSite on Kau Sai Chau. The cruise continues to Rocky Harbour for seacaves and scenic coastlines. Finally you’ll go ashore and walk alongthe waterfront promenade at Sai Kung Market Town lined with seafoodrestaurants on the landside, fishing boats and sampans on the seaside -more hidden treasures await.