HONG KONG HOLIDAYS
A vast, cosmopolitan paradise, Hong Kong is a superb city holiday destination for an exciting blend of culture, history and social splendour.
Located on the south-east coast of China and fringed by the South China Sea, Hong Kong has emerged as one of Asia’s foremost business and social hubs, where the huge skyscrapers tower into the distinctive skyline and the social atmosphere pulsates below.
Hong Kong has established itself as a popular destination for shoppers, with a myriad of prestige brand shops and boutiques lending the city an elegant quality, while vibrant bars and bold clubs make this a venue to be best enjoyed at night.
Beyond its developing culture, Hong Kong is flanked by epic natural splendour from the rippling waters to the hills that rise overhead.
Experience a visual feast of modern architecture and colour with a cheap holiday to Hong Kong, where our tailored packages will ensure your stay is unforgettable.
Hong Kong Museum of History – Those interested in the historical side of this magnificent city will find a host of information at the Hong Kong Museum of History. Find displays and artifacts pertaining to the growth and development of Hong Kong, with items, images and dioramas explaining the culture and heritage of Hong Kong and the South China region.
The Peak – Enjoy a beautiful bird’s eye view of Hong Kong, looking down across the harbour and at the islands beyond from The Peak. Not known just for its panoramic views, but also a location of many sumptuous restaurants and fun activities.
Symphony of Lights – an array of lights from Hong Kong’s towering skyscrapers dazzle the sky in this nightly lightshow. Lasers and searchlights cascade through the darkened canopy set to music and narration.
Madam Tussauds – Visit the Hong Kong branch of the world famous Madame Tussauds waxwork museum and be greeted with replicas of popular Asian celebrities and stars of music, sports and screen from all over the globe. Get your photo taken with Jackie Chan, David Beckham, Angelina Jolie and Captain Jack Sparrow.
The Giant Buddha – A popular attraction amongst tourists is the Giant Buddha. This 34 metre high bronze statue, known as Tian Tan is located near the Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island. A great place to visit.
Wetland Park – A beautiful area, full of nature and home to a array of exotic wildlife including birds, amphibians, mammals, reptiles and fish. The Wetland Park is a 61 hectare expanse of waterways, streams, ponds and mangroves.
Hong Kong Space Museum - A great day out for all the family and especially popular with children of all ages, the Hong Kong Space Museum features displays and models explain space flight. You can also enjoy a weightless flywire trip and learn more about the sun through Solar Science.
Chi Lin Nunnery – A beautiful Nunnery and Monastery complex, Chi Lin has become a popular attraction with holiday makers from all over the globe. A serene setting of stunning architecture and ornamental bridges amongst an expanse of lush landscaped gardens and lotus ponds.
Victoria Harbour – One of Hong Kong’s premier tourist hotspots is the stunning Victoria Harbour. Take a cruise along the harbour and experience this vast and inspiring cityscape of Hong Kong, or an evening cruise where you can witness the ‘Symphony of Lights’ in all it’s glory.
Stanley Market – open all week, Stanley Market attracts thousands of tourists and bargain hunters every year, looking for clothing, ornaments or souvenirs of their Hong Kong holiday.
Temple Street Night Market – After dark, many people flock to the Temple Street Night market to pick up a bargain. Mainly geared towards men’s accessories, the market is a haven for food lovers with many stalls selling a wide selection of popular Asian delicacies.
Lan Kwai Fong – One of the main areas for a vibrant nightlife in Hong Kong is Lan Kwai Fong. An L-shaped, cobbled lanes surrounded by skyscrapers is home to over 100 clubs, pubs, bars and restaurants due to it’s prime location in the city’s business sector.
Jumbo Kingdom – Located in Aberdeen Harbour is the epic ship that houses an array of authentic Asian dishes – The Jumbo Kingdom. A floating restaurant divided into five sectors serving different styles of dishes. Classically Chinese in design and colouring, the Jumbo Kingdom is a must visit place while in Hong Kong
Happy Valley Racecourse – One of the favourite pastimes in Hong Kong is Horse Racing. Taken very seriously by locals, horse racing is h only legal form of gambling and the number one place to be is at the Happy Valley racecourse
Hong Kong Disneyland – Enjoy the world famous Disney experience right here in Hong Kong. Travel though the park’s themed sections, such as Adventureland and Toy Story land, and meet many of your favourite Disney characters along the way. Combined with an array of colourful shows, parades and theme park rides, it is great holiday experience.
Dolphin Watch - Head out on a two hour cruise around the shores of Hong Kong and watch as schools of Chinese White Dolphins crowd around the boats. Dolphinwatch was set up as an organization to help the dwindling population of this magnificent creature.
Ocean Park – A great day out for adults and children alike is the Ocean Park. An Aquatic theme park, home to a host of rides, attractions and animals including Pandas, Dolphins and Bird displays to musical performance, cable car rides and cultural shows.
Double-Decker Tram – Tour Hong Kong from onboard one of the cities famous double-decker trams. Pass by the city’s main streets and hop on or off the trams and see the sights.
Golf – Hong Kong is an excellent choice for the avid golfer. Home to a number of championship grade courses and public facilities to ensure all levels of skill are catered for.