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This Spotlight is sponsored by Hong Kong Tourism Board.
Planning to visit Hong Kong in 2020? ‘Hong Kong is ON’ is offering you the best deals for top attractions and popular dining spots!
This year, Hong Kong wants to invite visitors to rediscover the city – from its popular attractions and delicious food, to its thriving art scene and hidden gem destinations. With the theme, ‘Hong Kong is On’, this city is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking for a fresh, new holiday experience.
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Here are some of the top spots worth visiting in Hong Kong:
1. Spend a day discovering the magical world of Hong Kong Disneyland
One of the most exciting places to visit, Hong Kong Disneyland is home to thrilling rides like the Ironman Experience, as well as incredible stage shows and parades. This year,
they will also be unveiling the new Castle of Magical Dreams, home to all the Disney princesses. Plus, make sure you stay until evening to enjoy the amazing ‘Disney Paint the Night’ Parade and the ‘We Love Mickey’ projection show.
‘Double the Happiness’ offer plus a free meal
Get 2 visits to Hong Kong Disneyland plus a free meal at HK$738 (RM388.03)
2. Enjoy fun rides, watch cool shows, and see your favourite animals all in one place at Ocean Park
Take the cable car or train to Ocean Park – a marine mammal park, aquarium, animal park, and amusement park all in one! There are thrilling rides and shows to keep you entertained all day long. Here, you’ll also get to catch a glimpse of the giant panda and elusive red panda, as well as all kinds of marine creatures.
Besides that, Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriot Hotel features family-themed rooms, like Whiskers Submarine, Redd Forest and Bao Bao Paradise. These warm and inviting guest rooms feature airy, oceanic-inspired décor suitable for a fun-filled family vacation.
3. Get on the Dukling Cruise and enjoy a captivating view of the city from the sea
Did you know that Dukling is the only original Chinese junk remaining in Hong Kong? Hop on board this antique junk to capture the beauty of Hong Kong during each season and festival. From time to time, they will also do ‘Dukling x Series’ crossovers, so make sure you keep an eye out for those.
Buy one, get one free on Dukling sailing tour
Available for all sailing tours, except for 7:30pm and 7:45pm sessions, from HK$85 (RM44.69)
4. Stroll along Sai Ying Pun’s ARTLANE, the largest mural village in Hong Kong
This old neighbourhood has been given a facelift with vibrant murals designed by local and international artists. Wander through Ki Ling Lane and Chung Ching Street to discover colourful paintings that bring old building walls to life. Best part, it’s free!
5. Be mesmerised by the breathtaking design of K11 Musea, a unique art and retail experience
Recently opened in August 2019, this one-of-a-kind shopping mall took 10 years of planning and building, involving over 100 creatives. That’s why it’s no surprise that every corner of K11 MUSEA is stunningly beautiful.
This art and retail destination is also an incubator for year-round art and cultural happenings. It also houses Asia’s largest Museum of Modern Art New York (MoMa’s) Design Store, featuring all kinds of artsy products for design lovers.
6. Head over to the newly reopened Hong Kong Museum of Art, featuring an art collection of over 17,000 items
Established in 1962, Hong Kong Museum of Art represents a unique cultural legacy. More than half a century later, the museum is still finding refreshing ways of looking at tradition and making art relevant to everyone.
The museum is home to all kinds of art, from old to new, Chinese to Western, local to international. If you’re an art lover, this is a must-visit destination!
7. Enjoy a 360º panoramic view of the cityscape and experience the world’s first Monopoly themed attraction at The Peak
Take a trip on the famous Peak Tram and head up 428 metres above sea level to Sky Terrace 428, the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong. Whether it’s in the morning, afternoon, or at night, this is the best place to enjoy a scenic view of Hong Kong’s cityscape.
Once you’re at The Peak, you should go check out Monopoly Dreams, the world’s first Monopoly themed attraction, featuring holographic projections, a 4DX cinema, and other interactive experiences. This one-of-a-kind experience is great for family and friends, so don’t miss out!
8. If nature is your kind of thing, Hong Kong’s great outdoors also has a lot to offer
From the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark, hiking and cycling routes, to outlying islands for a traditional village experience, you can escape the hustle and bustle to explore the wild side of Hong Kong.
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