Don’t Treat Hong Kong As A Layover City
Hong Kong’s international airport has consistently been ranked as one of the best in the world with its first-class amenities and facilities, shops, entertainment, and extensive selection of food. However, don’t limit your trip to just a layover at the airport but spend days to explore the city. This modern, multicultural city has exciting theme parks, great restaurants, several shopping centers, historic buildings and museums, and the highest number of skyscrapers in the world. It also has over 200 islands that offer countless attractions and activities. Lantau Island, which is twice as big as Hong Kong Island, is known for its long beaches, wooded areas that are perfect for hiking and camping, and Disneyland. Lamma Island is famous for its natural scenery, beaches, and seafood restaurants. Hong Kong also operates the largest fleet of double-deck tramcars; catch a ride on one of them. There is a myriad of tourist spots in this beautiful city where guests can stroll, hike, shop, sightsee, and watch the sunset.