Hong Kong Travel Guide

imageThis mysterious city of skyscrapers, ancient traditions and heavenly food will fascinate, whether it’s your first visit or your 50th.

Top Things to Do:
Victoria Peak:  Standing at 552m, Victoria Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong Island. The Peak is also one of the most visited spots by tourists in Hong Kong, and it’s not hard to see why. Outstanding views of the vibrant metropolis, dense woods, easy but spectacular walks. Buy a ticket for the 125-year-old Peak Tram, take in the postcard views, then take a devastating nature walk or bus ride back down to Central. For hotels nearby visit Galahotels.com/VictoriaPeakimageTin Hau Temples: Fishermen and sailors throughout the centuries have served Tin Hau-the goddess of the sea- for protection, which is why you’ll often find a Tin Hau temple right beside the waterfront. The oldest and largest of these is Tin Hau Temple in Joss House Bay, Sai Kung, which was built in 1266 and is now a Grade I historical building. Never skip visiting a Tin Hau Temple in Hong Kong!

Tian Tan Budha: On a hill above the monastery sits the Tian Tan Buddha, a seated representation of Lord Gautama 34m high, weighs 202 tonnes. The large bell within the Buddha is controlled by computer and turns 108 times during the day to symbolise escape from what Buddhism calls the ‘108 troubles of mankind’. The symbol is also close to Hong KOng International Airport and you can easily book you rooms from  Galahotels.com/TianTanBuddha


Macau Day Trip: Another dreamland full of brilliant city lights and it is just an hour away, but quite different  from Hong Kong. The mega-resort and casino center that also has interesting historical sights. You can easily arrive to Macau by ferry from Hong Kong terminals which costs approximately 132 to 172 HKD. Explore Macau’s historical sites, such as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ruins of St Paul and A-Ma Temple. Browse Macau hotels from Galahotels.com/Macauimage

For people from 7 to 70: Disneyland Hong Kong
Disneyland is now in a whole new light. Hong Kong Disneyland is putting on a show like you’ve never seen before! Each day, as the sunlight fades, millions of tiny lights will transform the park and present all your favorite attractions in the greatest light ever. In the park you can both enjoy the shows, parks and delight of shopping. For glamorous Disneyland hotels, just visit Galahotels.com/Disneyland

Ozone Bar: Being situated at the 118th floor, on top of the ICC center, the Ozone Bar is currently world’s highest bar. The bar is included in The Ritz Carlton, which occupies floors 102 to 118 of the ICC and it is the highest hotel in th world.  Galahotels.com/RitzCarltonimage

 Try Something Traditional?
Hong Kong has a wide cuisine culture enriched by both Chinese, Buddhist and Western traditions. If you like fast food, you can try Pork Cutlet or Baked Pork Chop Rice. From th Buddhist culture, try Mantou and Buddha’s Delight. Need something to drink? Try Hong Kong style Milk Tea, Red Bean Ice or Sugarcane Juice.


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