Astounding vistas of an iconic skyline, an immersive experience of colourful traditions, legendary tastes and culinary adventures – Hong Kong is known for constant evolution and never-ending excitement.
Hong Kong continues to open its doors and welcome all visitors to its shores with the latest Hong Kong is On campaign. Offering an array of deals on all the new and popular attractions, dining spots and hotels at unbelievable prices, the campaign has specially curated offers for you to enjoy with your loved ones.
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Whether you are looking to wine and dine, shop and play, or immerse in the wide selection of family-friendly activities, the Flash Sale On features unbeatable deals for Hong Kong’s top attractions and destinations.
It is an ideal time to rediscover the excitement that Hong Kong holds. If you are planning a family vacation, here are some family-friendly attractions that would guarantee a good time for all.
Hong Kong Disneyland
A favourite destination for children and young-at-heart, Disneyland holds a great fascination for all ages. Enjoy non-stop Disney fun and relive the magical world of Disney at Hong Kong Disneyland. What’s more, the year 2020 will also unveil a new Castle of Magical Dreams that houses the Disney princesses.
Ocean Park at Aberdeen
Another exciting experience to enjoy as a family, this marine-life theme park features animals, thrill rides and shows. For a stay with a difference, The Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel is ideal with its family themed rooms – 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.
Ngong Ping 360 at Lantau Island
The highlight of this attraction is the Ngong Ping Cable Car ride, which connects Tung Chung with Ngong Ping and offers the serene panorama of Lantau. Ngong Ping Terminal is right next to Ngong Ping Village – the best starting point to reach other attractions such as the Big Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Tai O fishing village and more.
For chocolate lovers, The Art of Chocolate Hong Kong is perfect for you – a dream-like world themed around chocolate with a 2mX2m coloured heart-shape chocolate art piece at the entrance.
Within the heart are Hong Kong’s iconic skyline, junk and dim-sum, as well as China’s iconic lanterns, panda and dragons in vibrant colours.
In addition to appreciating the marvellous exhibits and taking selfies, guests can also enjoy chocolate tasting, performances and DIY workshops here.
On a modern note, Ngong Ping 360 also features VR 360, a virtual reality experience infused with the flavours of nostalgic Hong Kong.
Guests can enjoy six amazing VR adventures and multimedia games, including Hong Kong's very first "High Altitude Ropeway Walk".
Monopoly Dreams at The Peak
The popular Monopoly board game is brought to life at the world’s first-ever Monopoly-themed attraction. Located on The Peak – a must-visit destination in itself – Monopoly Dreams invites visitors to Mr Monopoly’s home city and secret residence, where visitors will find holograms and 4DX technology designed from the classic game. Come create unforgettable memories in Monopoly Dreams and surprise yourself with different interactive experiences.
Dukling Cruise at Tsim Sha Tsui
Take a step back in time on board the Dukling Cruise – the only original Chinese junk remaining in Hong Kong. Tourists around the world as well as locals enjoy riding on this antique junk to capture the beauty of Hong Kong among each seasons and festivals.
To fully experience the essence of Hong Kong, be sure to catch some of the local arts before they fade away with time.
One such art is traditional candy making. Experience traditional candy making practised by the Chinese for over 600 years. Louis To (nicknamed the Sugarman) shapes candy and sugar into jade-like miniature animal sculptures that are sweet inside and out. Find Sugarman at his shop on Cheung Chau island to witness his candy making skills.
Wong Tai Sin
If you have a wish you hope to see fulfilled, visit Wong Tai Sin or Wishing Tree at Tai Po. The Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple’s claim to “make every wish come true upon request” has made the temple rise to popularity.
Home to three faiths – Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism – its natural setting and beautifully ornamented buildings make it as much a scenic attraction as an important spiritual centre.
Similarly known for people visiting to make wishes, Lam Tsuen, in Tai Po, was already a residential area 700 years ago and today still bustles with people and visitors, thanks to its two “wishing trees”.
Hong Kong Museum of Arts
The Hong Kong Museum of Arts (HKMoA) at Tsim Sha Tsui houses an art collection of over 17,000 items, representing the unique cultural legacy of Hong Kong's connection across the globe.
It curates a wide world of contrasts, from old to new, Chinese to Western, local to international with a Hong Kong viewpoint.
HKMoA aspires to refreshing ways of looking at tradition and making art relevant to everyone, creating new experiences and understanding and completing the true Hong Kong experience.
Start the ball rolling now and plan your getaway to Hong Kong in commemoration of a new year and new decade this 2020.
To suit your own travel style, get individual offers for the mentioned attractions on the Hong Kong is On site.
For first-timers or even seasoned travellers, you can make your trip to Hong Kong go smoothly by planning your itinerary with the latest updates on Hong Kong at www.discoverhongkong.com.
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