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Cheap Flights to Hong Kong

One of the popular destinations in Asia, Hong Kong is officially known as Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China or simply Hong Kong SAR. While technically a city of China, Hong Kong is the country’s first special administrative region and enjoys a high degree of autonomy.

Hong Kong is popular for its beautiful city skyline and its deep natural harbor. It is a small country with limited flat land. Its dense and modern architecture makes Hong Kong one of the world’s most vertical cities. It also has a unique architecture thanks to being a British colony for nearly 150 years. Many of their buildings and infrastructure are styled with the design and standards of Britain. However, while some locally refer to the country as Hong Kongcrete, it is more than crowded streets and tall skyscrapers. It is mostly a rural landscape with majestic mountains and rocky islands.

When planning a holiday in Hong Kong, there are many sights to see and places to visit, here are just a few of the more popular tourist sites in Hong Kong to add to the itinerary and should not be missed:

Victoria Peak – Located on the western area of Hong Kong Island, Victoria Peak is a mountain that is also known as Mount Austin. Locally, it is also referred to as simply The Peak. It is the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island and has an altitude of 1,811 feet. The Peak is one of the most popular destinations in Hong Kong thanks to its stunning views of the city specifically over Central, Victoria Harbour and Lamma Island.

Hong Kong Disneyland – Built on reclaimed land in Penny’s Bay of Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is one of the large theme parks in the country. The park is composed of seven themed sections – Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrowland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point and Toy Story Land. Hong Kong Disneyland is open daily from 10 in the morning to 9 in the evening. However, it is best to visit their official website for the most up to date information about park hours and ticket fees.

Ngong Ping 360 – Located in Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 was previously known as the Tung Chung Cable Car Project until it acquired the Ngong Ping 360 brand. It consists of a gondola lift called the Ngong Ping Cable Car that carries visitors to the Ngong Ping Village located at the upper station. Ngong Ping is the home to the Po Lin Monastery and the 112-feet tall Tian Tan Buddha, also popular tourist attractions in the area.

Man Mo Temple – Also known as Man Mo Miu, the Cantonese transliteration of Wen Wu Temple, it is a temple honoring the literature god, Man Tai and the martial god, Mo Tai. Both gods were popular among scholars and students wanting to do well in their studies. The largest Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong is located on Hollywood Road in Sheung Wan.

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