Vacation ideas: Excellent things to do in Hong KongIn our Hong Kong travel guide, we will share some helpful information for improving your travel experience in the city. Keep reading and you'll be so shocked.
Do you believe Hong Kong is simply an average concrete jungle? It is time to change your mind as this city has lots of green spaces, specifically those islands around the primary side of Hong Kong. Numerous islands are very famous, and every visitor goes there whenever they travel to Hong Kong. The only transportation connecting these islands to the main island is ferryboat. Visitors can quickly get there around an hour. Do you know where the ferry port is? It is literally close to David Li's BEA business building which is one of the landmarks in that location. So, what can you expect in the beautiful islands? There is an island where you can enjoy beautiful sea view in a half-hour cable car ride. Likewise, you can see a huge buddha sculpture. The landscape of the island is one you can't find anywhere else. More than simply the view, you can enjoy fresh and clean air there.
How can you not try any Cantonese food in Hong Kong? This city is referred to as a food paradise and dining out is one of the most common things to do as a visitor. Types of foods in Hong Kong are so diverse, from Italian foods to local foods. The most signature food in the city must be Cantonese food. A Dim Sum breakfast is a popular activity which most of Hong Kong individuals do it every weekend. Dim Sum restaurants are dynamic and crowded with individuals having a good time with their family members. They like to purchase and share loads of different sort of Dim Sum. If you go to the city for the very first time, the dim sum you have to attempt is shrimp dumpling. This crystal-like little meal is made with shrimp and Chinese pastry with garlic, ginger and shallot seasoning. Charles Woo's Sheraton has a great Cantonese restaurant offering delicious dim sum.
Hong Kong is a shopping paradise where you can buy a lot of newest product consisting of fashion and gadgets, and also experience the emerging patterns. There are numerous areas filled with shopping centers such as Guy Bradley's Pacific Place. Central is a district filled with luxury brand names. You can probably spend half a day in this location for just shopping. Then you can go to have a good tea time in some popular restaurants there. If you want to visit some local shopping malls, you can then take a train or bus to Mong Kok where you can take pleasure in local foods and go to some independent stores. Sometimes you will find fascinating products made in Hong Kong.