TOP 10 Things to do in HONG KONG | Travel Guide
In this video you’ll see top 10 things to see in Hong Kong based on our experience:
#1 0:20 Yick Fat Building
#2 0:37 Victoria Peak
#3 1:24 Hong Kong Park
#4 1:48 Wong Tai Sin Temple
#5 2:15 Tian Tan Buddha or Big Buddha
#6 3:14 Fishing village Tai O
#7 3:42 Kowloon Walled City Park
#8 4:25 Noonday Gun
#9 5:10 Symphony of Lights
#10 5:34 Bruce Lee Statue.
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China, the gateway to East Asia, is a fascinating country. It is an ancient civilization that gave the world Peking Man, gunpowder and noodles. Visitors making their first trip to China usually stick to the larger cities. More experienced visitors to the Middle Kingdom will strike out in other directions, where traveling may be a bit more frustrating because of the language barrier, but most definitely doable for independent travelers. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in China:
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Things to do in Hong Kong for FREE | Travel Guide 2019
In this video, we’ll show you five amazing things you can do in Hong Kong completely free of charge. Despite the fact that Hong Kong is one of the most expensive cities in the world, there is plenty you can do for free.
Wong Tai Sin Temple, Man Mo Temple, Chi Lin Nunnery, Po Lin Monastery, Chi Lin Nunnery, Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, Pak Tai Temple, Yuen Yuen Institute, etc.
#2: SYMPHONY OF LIGHTS
It is recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show. Other shows: ICC Light and Music Show, Hong Kong Pulse 3D Light Show
#3: HONG KONG PARK
Don’t miss Victoria Peak. Other free parks: Kowloon Park, Victoria Park, Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, etc.
#4: TIAN TAN BUDDHA (Big Buddha)
#5: HIKING AND TRAILS
Dragons back, Maclehose trail (different stages), The HK Pyramid Hill Hike, Lantau trail (Sunset Peak, Lantau Peak), Tai Long Wan, Lung Fu Shan Morning Trail, Tai Kam Chung, Lion Rock Peak, High Junk Peak, etc.
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HONG KONG | S.A.R - PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA - A TRAVEL TOUR - 4K UHD - PREVIEW
My next travel tour video explores Hong Kong.
Although the travel video is not ready for release yet, I have put together this short preview.
The travel video itself shall be in the same style as my previous travel videos. But, I wanted to have some fun with this preview and edit it in the manner of one of my favorite movies featuring actor / martial artist legend Bruce Lee. The film is Enter The Dragon.
The film's iconic opening, featuring 1970's Hong Kong, was my first glimpse of the place. It really made me want to visit.
The track used in the preview is the main theme of the film, by Lalo Schifrin.
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Hong Kong. A Night Walk Around Central District and its Amazing Buildings
Hong Kong, History, Economy, Best Time To Travel
Hong Kong is one of the two Special Administrative Regions (SAR) of China (the other being Macau). As a special administrative region, Hong Kong maintains separate governing and economic systems from that of mainland China. It is an important hub in East Asia with global connections to many of the world's cities. It proudly proclaims itself to be Asia's World City.
Hong Kong is on China's southern coast, 60 km (37 mi) east of Macau. It is surrounded by the South China Sea on all sides except the north, which neighbours the Guangdong city of Shenzhen along the Sham Chun River.
In January 1841, as a result of the defeat of the Qing Dynasty of China in the First Opium War, the Chinese government were forced into ceding Hong Kong Island to the British Crown, beginning the British administration of Hong Kong. Before the transfer of sovereignty to China in 1997, Hong Kong had been a British colony for nearly 150 years.
The majority of Hong Kong's population are Han Chinese (93.6%). A significant number of Indian, Pakistani and Nepalese live here too, and many have families that have lived in Hong Kong for several generations. The large numbers of Filipinos, Indonesians, and Thais, most of whom are employed as domestic helpers also live in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is a popular destination year-round, which means it doesn’t have a well-defined high or low season. The busiest periods tend to be outside of the hot summer months, peaking during busy periods like the Golden Holiday Week around May 1, October 1 and Chinese New Year in late January tootttttyyy to early February. During this time, you’ll need to book hotels well in advance and prepare for thick crowds.
Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate, but is cooled in winter by sea breezes. Summer (June to September) is long, humid and hot with temperatures often exceeding 32°C and with night time temperatures that do not drop below 25°C. Typhoons usually occur between June and September. Winters are generally very mild, with daytime temperatures of 18-22°C but with nights dipping into 10°C.
Hong Kong has a capitalist mixed service economy. The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is the seventh-largest in the world. The city has the largest number of skyscrapers in the world, most surrounding Victoria Harbour. Hong Kong is the seventh-largest trading entity in exports and imports. The city's location allowed it to establish a transportation and logistics infrastructure which includes the world's seventh-busiest container port and the busiest airport for international cargo. The territory's largest export markets are mainland China and the United States.
MACAU - TOP THINGS TO SEE -Travel Vlog
Welcome to Macau! In this video, we take the turbo jet ferry from Hong Kong Island to Macau. We spend a full day in the former Portuguese colony, a land where East meets West.
Macau was a former Portuguese colony from the 16th century until 1999 when China took it over. It is now a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China where Macau controls their own customs and currency, and China handles the rest. There is also an extravagant Las Vegas atmosphere in Macau that makes for an exciting destination to travel.
First, we visit Largo Do Senado (Senado Square) which is the historic Portuguese center and UNESCO World Heritage Site. St. Dominic's Church is a main highlight of this square.
Next, we venture to Fernando's to visit a Portuguese - Chinese fusion restaurant by the beach. We also visit the beach in Macau. Be sure to bring cash! Watch what happens when we try to get back to town without any cash left.
Macau is known for its casinos, including the Venetian, and Paris, and the Wynn. Did you know that Macao is the largest gambling epicenter in the world? It even beat out Vegas. It's the only region in China where you can legally gamble.
Lastly, we visit the Ruins of St. Paul where we see what was the largest Catholic church in Asia.
Macau is truly one of a kind, with East meets West fusion. It is definitely worth a visit!
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My trip to China includes stops in Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei and Hong Kong.
0:00:12 My flight to China
0:07:08 Beijing Capital Airport
0:09:25 Marriott City Wall Hotel
0:10:47 Tian'anmen Square
0:17:51 The Forbidden City
0:24:14 Rickshaw ride through Beijing houtong
0:30:08 Birdnest Stadium (2008 Olympic sites)
0:32:00 The Great Wall of China (Badaling)
0:39:45 Summer Palace
0:47:18 Temple of Heaven
0:52:47 Xingang - Diamond Princess embarkation
0:56:22 Sea days in the Yellow Sea
1:01:53 Captain Dino Sagani's Welcome Reception
1:07:20 Arrive Shanghai
1:12:01 Jin Mao Tower
1:19:54 Anren Jie
1:23:09 Yuyuan Garden
1:33:09 The Bund
1:36:05 People's Square
1:40:22 Shanghai Sailaway
1:43:11 Sea day in the East China Sea
1:43:34 Okinawa, Japan
1:46:48 Arrive Keelung, Taiwan
1:48:18 Taipei 101
1:50:00 Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
1:55:35 The Grand Hotel
1:58:53 Martyrs' Shrine
2:04:20 DiHua Street
2:11:11 Lunshan Temple
2:22:03 Taiwan Sailaway
2:24:27 Sea day in South China Sea
2:24:58 Arrive Hong Kong
2:26:59 Open-top bus ride through city
2:30:21 The Peak Tram
2:32:33 Victoria Peak
2:44:54 Hong Kong Central Business District
2:48:17 Star Ferry / Victoria Harbour
2:58:10 ICC - Sky 100
3:00:57 Back on Star Ferry
3:03:17 Back on open-top bus
3:07:49 Aberdeen Harbour sampan ride
3:14:05 Stanley Market
3:14:49 Acrobatic Show
3:20:43 A Symphony of Lights
3:28:32 Tsing Ma Bridge to Lantau Island
3:28:49 Upper Cheung Sha Beach
3:31:09 Tai O Fishing Village
3:35:02 Tian Tan Buddha
3:38:17 Po Lin Monastery
3:39:52 Hong Kong International Airport
3:49:10 Hong Kong sailaway
Things To Do In Hong Kong City – Asia Trip Edition - Hong Kong China
Things To Do In Hong Kong City – Asia Trip Edition - Hong Kong China
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- Tsim Sha Tsui
is an urban area in southern Kowloon, Hong Kong. The area is administratively part of the Yau Tsim Mong District.
- Tin Hou Temple
The Tin Hau temple in Yau Ma Tei is also famous in Hong Kong. The public square, Yung Shue Tau before it is surrounded by the popular Temple Street night market.
- Nan Lian Garden & Chi Lin Nunnery
The garden has an area of 3.5 hectares. It is designed in the Tang Dynasty-style with hills, water features, trees, rocks and wooden structures.
- Jade Market
If you are looking for nice pearls at Jade market it is definitely worth a visit to stop.
- Mongkok Area
Mong Kok is one of the major shopping areas in Hong Kong. The area is characterized by a mixture of old and new multi-story buildings, with shops and restaurants at street level, and commercial or residential units above.
- Goldfish Market
Goldfish Market – is lined on either side with shops devoted to the raising of many types of fish, from weirdly shaped goldfish to colourful tropical species with gaspingly high price tags.
- Ladies Market
the Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street provides a one-kilometre stretch on which to practise your haggling skills. It gets its name from the huge amount of clothing and accessories on sale for women of all ages.
- Nathan Road
Nathan Road is the main thoroughfare in Kowloon, Hong Kong that goes in a south–north direction from Tsim Sha Tsui to Sham Shui Po. It is lined with shops and restaurants and throngs with tourists.
- Symphony Of Light
is a daily light and sound show in Hong Kong. It is the world's largest permanent light and sound show according to Guinness World Records.
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The world’s original international city, many people ask what country is Hong Kong in? The answer isn’t as simple as it may seem; with its own money, passports and legal system Hong Kong isn’t quite Chinese, but with Chinese flags flying from its buildings and Beijing appointing its chief executive it isn’t quite independent. We unravel exactly what country Hong Kong is in. This video is best tourist places in hong kong, china. visiting also.
Until 1997, and the Hong Kong handover, Hong Kong was a colony of the United Kingdom, ruled by a governor.
Today, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) is a part of China, although this comes with a biblical size of caveats.
Hong Kong’s Basic Law, as agreed between China and Britain, means Hong Kong will retain its own currency (the Hong Kong dollar), legal system, and parliamentary system for fifty years. This means, for all practical purposes, Hong Kong is actually a separate country to China.
Visitors to Hong Kong, who usually receive visa free access, will have to apply for a visa to visit China. Chinese nationals also require permits to visit Hong Kong. Hong Kong and China maintain a border.
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* the leader is called the Chief Executive and the most influential people are businessmen who play HK like hasbro.comMonopoly
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1.Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland is a theme park located on reclaimed land in Penny's Bay, Lantau Island. It is located inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and it is owned and managed by the Hong Kong International Theme Parks.
2.Ocean Park Hong Kong
Ocean Park Hong Kong, commonly known as Ocean Park, is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park situated in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the Southern District of Hong Kong.
3.Ngong Ping 360
The Ngong Ping 360 is an aerial tramway on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. Intended to improve tourism to the area, the aerial tramway was previously known as Tung Chung Cable Car Project before acquiring the Ngong Ping 360 brand in April 2005.
Lantau Island, the largest of Hong Kong's islands, lies at the mouth of the Pearl River. Its mountainous interior includes 934m-high Lantau Peak, known for its sunrises, and the area can be traversed by hikers on the 70km Lantau Trail from Mui Wo (Silver Mine Bay). Po Lin Monastery is the site of the bronze Tian Tan Buddha, a 34m-tall statue on a hilltop reached by a long stairway.
Victoria Peak is a mountain in the western half of Hong Kong Island. It is also known as Mount Austin, and locally as The Peak.
6.Tian Tan Buddha
Tian Tan Buddha, also known as the Big Buddha, is a large bronze statue of Buddha Shakyamuni, completed in 1993, and located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, in Hong Kong.
7.Clock Tower, Hong Kong
The Clock Tower is a landmark in Hong Kong. It is located on the southern shore of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. It is the only remnant of the original site of the former Kowloon Station on the Kowloon-Canton Railway.
8.Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is one of the oldest zoological and botanical centres in the world. It occupies an area of 5.6 hectares at Mid-levels, on the northern slope of Victoria Peak in Hong Kong.
Cheung Chau is an island 10 kilometres southwest of Hong Kong Island. It is nicknamed the 'dumbbell island' due to its shape.
10.Victoria Park, Hong Kong
Victoria Park is a public park in Hong Kong, named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. It is located in Causeway Bay, on the north of Hong Kong Island, between Causeway Bay and Tin Hau MTR stations.
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Eating my way through Hong Kong, seeing and enjoying the many sights to see on the Island and the Mainland.
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Macau Travel Guide - Macao Day Trip from Hong Kong
Come join us for a day trip from Hong Kong (香港) as we visit Macau covering the best things to do in one day in our Macau Travel Guide (澳門 - 澳门).
We started off our day waking up early in Hong Kong to get to the ferry terminal to take a TurboJET ferry to Macao. *Important* remember to take your passport as you're crossing one special administration region in China to another (Hong Kong to Macau) and you'll need to go through immigration on both sides (it doesn't take long).
After arriving we took free transportation (provided by the casinos and hotels) to check out the Venetian Casino and Parisian Hotel. Then we were off to Taipa to mostly eat Macau street food and enjoy the old colonial architecture.
We then made our way to Senado Square, the ruins of St. Paul's and Forte Monte while munching on plenty of Macanese street food before heading back to Hong Kong on a TurboJET ferry.
As you can see you can do a lot in just one day in Macau but a few things we didn't get to do included gambling at casinos, going up Macau Tower or checking out the A-Ma temple. For more of the things we missed out on but are worth considering doing in Macau see our two lists below.
Things to do in Macau Travel Guide:
1) TurboJET Ferry ride from Hong Kong to Macau (噴射飛航) which takes approximately one hour - 00:15
2) Visiting the Venetian Macao (澳門威尼斯人度假村酒店) luxury hotel and casino resort - 02:36
3) Visiting the Parisian (Chinese: 澳門巴黎人) luxury hotel in Cotai, Macau, China - 03:30
4) Visiting Taipa Houses–Museum (龍環葡韻住宅式博物館 - Casas-Museu da Taipa) - 04:13
5) Visit Taipa (氹仔) to eat street food in Macau and wander around - 05:05
6) Macau egg pudding - 05:31
7) Macau Pork Chop Bun (豬扒包) - 06:49
8) Portuguese style Macau egg tart (蛋撻 - 蛋挞) also known as Pastel de nata - 07:39
9) Free shuttle by from the casino hotels - 09:00
10) Senado Square (Largo do Senado - 議事亭前地) town square - 10:04
11) Ruins of St. Paul's (大三巴牌坊) - 11:22
12) Macau honey glazed pork jerky (豬肉乾) - 12:03
13) Macau almond cookies or biscuits (杏仁餅) - 13:25
14) Macanese Bubble tea with taro (波霸奶茶) - 14:24
15) Macao Museum or Macau Museum (澳門博物館 - Museu de Macau) - 15:26
16) Monte Fort (Fortaleza do Monte - 大炮台) - 15:44
17) TurboJET ferry ride from Macau (澳門 - 澳门) back to Hong Kong (香港) - 16:29
Things to do in Macau that we didn't have time for on our day trip
1) Gambling at the casinos in Macau
2) Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre (澳門旅遊塔會展娛樂中心) for views of Macau
3) A-Ma Temple (媽閣廟)
4) Grand Prix Museum (大賽車博物館)
5) Drink Portuguese wine
6) Macau Fisherman's Wharf (澳門漁人碼頭)
7) Macau Wine Museum (葡萄酒博物馆 - Museu do Vinho)
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Our visit Macau travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums and Macau at night and by day. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical Macau itinerary, Macau tourism brochure or Macau city tour.
Macau Travel Guide - Macao Day Trip from Hong Kong Travel Food Video Transcript:
Well good morning from Hong Kong. It is seven in the morning. A little early to be out in my opinion but today we're going to Macau. Special day.
So we've got our tickets for Macau. Woo! 160 Hong Kong dollars each. It is just over $20 US bucks and they give you your seats as you basically arrive. Just after you go through immigration. Yeah so we just got these little stickers. We're 17M and 17K and guys don't forget to bring your passport because technically you're going to a different special administrative region. You're going from Hong Kong to Macau.
This is part of our Travel in Macau video series showcasing Macau food, Macau culture and Macau cuisine.
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10 Fun Facts about Hong Kong
Top 10 interesting and fun facts about Hong Kong city.
1 The world's most expensive bottles of wine at USD232,692 per bottle were sold at an auction in Hong Kong.
2 Hong Kong’s official name is the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, or Hong Kong SAR.
3 Hong Kong may be famous for its towering skyscrapers but 40 percent of the territory is actually country park and nature reserve.
4 Mongkok has the world's highest population density with an average of 130,000 people per square kilometer.
5 It boasts one of the world's highest per-capita concentrations of cafes and restaurants at one restaurant for every 600 people.
6 Hong Kong means Fragrant Harbor.
7 A famous Hong Kong landmark, the bronze Big Buddha located on Lantau Island is one of the world’s largest seated Buddhas and is 34 metres high.
8 It was one of the stops in French writer Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days published in 1873.
9 The Tsing Ma Bridge is the world’s longest road and rail suspension bridge and a Hong Kong landmark.
10 It is actually composed of more than 200 islands.
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Hong Kong Travel Guide - Must-See Attractions
Hong Kong is one of the most exciting cities in the world. What makes this city so vibrant and energetic? It is nearly seven million residents. The city has a unique blend of Western and Chinese culture, which seem to co-exist very well and help make this city so fascinating.
The most important places to visit in Hong Kong are: The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery (this statue is one of the five largest statues of Chin), The Victoria Peak (this is something like a top view or a view point from where you can see the entire city of Hong Kong), Avenue of Stars (a place of tribute to the film stars, both past and present Hong Kong cinemas) and many more.
This video offers a lot of tips to help you plan the perfect vacation. If you want to save time and money, the most important Hong Kong travel tip is to compare prices before booking a hotel room or a flight. You can do this for free on a site that searches through hundreds of other travel websites in real time for the best travel deals available.