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This area is home to about 7,000,000 people.
It is approximately 13 kilometres from Lantau and roughly 25 kilometres from Ngong Ping.
Even though there are many things to do here, Soho and the International Finance Centre are particularly special. The Madame Tussauds and the Big Buddha are just as impressive.
Family holidays are all about making memories that will last forever. When it comes to doing things that the entire family can enjoy, you needn't look further than Hong Kong Disneyland and the Hong Kong Observation Wheel.
Entering Ocean Park is like taking a leap into the ocean, but without needing to take your clothes off! Here you'll get close, but not too close, to all kinds of intriguing aquatic life.
Soak up the sights, sounds and smells of the incredible animal kingdom with an excursion to the Tuen Mun Reptile House and Edward Youde Aviary. With a focus on fun as well as education, it's sure to be a fabulous day out for everyone!
For a nice day out, make your way to the Hong Kong Zoo and Botanical Gardens or the Charter Garden. The meandering pathways and thoughtfully sculpted gardens are a joy to the senses. Another delightful option is The Forsgate Conservatory.
Feel like an alfresco lunch? Pick up some cheese and other nibbles and venture to Victoria Park or Hong Kong Park for a picnic. There's also plenty of fun to be had at Tuen Mun Park and Tsuen Wan Park.
Is there a city tour? What can I do this weekend? You'll discover the answers to all your questions about your stay at WWF Hong Kong Visitor Centers.
Enjoy some downtime and see if you can spot the native birdlife at Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre, a picturesque natural waterway.
Nothing beats a day relaxing by the ocean. You’re spoilt for choice here, with Stanley Main Beach and Shek O Beach among the best places to stick a toe in the water. Silvermine Beach and Golden Beach are also frequented by many visitors.
You probably know about its must-see museums and malls, but don't forget that Hong Kong has some pleasant natural sights too. Dragon's Back and Tai Mo Shan Country Park are two to keep in the front of your mind. Cheung Po Tsai Cave and Lantau Country Park are two more that are worth a visit.
Go to the Police Museum or the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence if the weather's not looking great. Study the captivating displays or just take a moment in the calm surroundings. Museum nerds also need to check out the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware and the Tung Wah Museum.
Ship construction and navigation techniques have played a huge role in shaping many countries across the world. To find out more about the maritime past of the area, set course for the Hong Kong Maritime Museum.
Showcasing a whole range of the latest in science discoveries, the Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences offers everything you need to keep your brain buzzing.
In a city brimming with impressive art collections, the Asia Art Archive and the Edge Gallery stand out from the rest. More bright canvases and imaginative sculptures are waiting for you at the Grotto Fine Art and the 10 Chancery Lane Gallery.
Take an enlightening journey into the past at the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Museum and the Hong Kong House of Stories. Both attractions pride themselves on making the region's lively history relevant and entertaining to audiences.
Keen to know more about Hong Kong's past? Pay a visit to the University of Hong Kong and Government House. If you've got the time, Hong Kong City Hall and the Noon Day Gun should also be on your radar.
Organise a day trip to Tung Chung Fort, a fortress that once played a critical defence role, and imagine the attacks that its mighty walls endured many years ago.
Whether you're a believer or simply after a little serenity, Po Lin Monastery and the Man Mo Temple are sure to add some deeper meaning to your travels. The Tin Hau Temple and Hong Kong St. John's Cathedral are also must-sees for many spiritual travellers.
Don't pull out your return ticket home just yet, there's lots more to see and do. Have you explored Middle Bay and Golden Bauhinia Square yet? The Hong Kong Arts Centre and Edinburgh Place are some other alternatives.
It won't take you long to reserve a comfy Hong Kong hotel. There are more than 404 accommodations currently featured on lastminute.com.au.
Whether you're throwing down cash or seeking budget vibes, Hong Kong has you covered! For a cosy room at a cheerful rate, check out the Panda's Hostel - Moment or the Rent-a-Room Hong Kong. Though, if you're the type who likes to live it up on holiday, The Peninsula Hong Kong or The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong might be more to your taste.
If you're only in town for a quick trip, why not settle in near Soho? The Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 0.7 kilometres away, and The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 0.6 kilometres away, are about as close as you'll be able to get to this well-known attraction.
2 Nov. - 3 Nov.
This property was well located very close to the North Point MTR and also great shopping areas. I loved the hotel and all staff were so helpful, kind, and could all speak English (some basic, but mostly fluently). The shopping centre attached is over priced compared to the same shops in Australia, ...
1 Nov. - 2 Nov.
The views from this property were spectacular, however the room was very cramped for two people. There are only two lifts, so sometimes it takes a very long time to arrive. The location is central to the North Point MTR and the Victoria Harbour. I would stay here again, if I was alone.
1 Nov. - 2 Nov.
Nice boutique hotel, location wise it’s a bit out of the way but the hotel offer free shuttle bus to a few locations.
11 Nov. - 12 Nov.
Rooms a good size for Hong Kong..Swift and efficient check in.Manager Felix and his team take pride in their jobs and the Hotel.
23 Nov. - 24 Nov.
11 Nov. - 12 Nov.