Things to do on your Trip to Hongkong
HongKong is a peninsula, which is irregularly shaped located on the Pearl River Delta’s eastern banks. The Hong Kong Island is the most visited section of Hong Kong. This area is populated densely in the north, this is the most modern part of Hong Kong where travelers can find the great shopping, entertainment, dining and nightlife that the territory offers. Sounther part of Hong Kong Island has more calm environment and many beautiful beaches. Norhern part of Hong Kong is mainly residential area and is called as New Territories. Kowloon, the most populate area of HongKong is situated in the southern peninsula. There are more than 200 islands around HongKong, some of them are bigger than HongKong island and some of them are just bulging rocks.
Nightlife in HongKong
Just like any city of U.S, HongKong is a modern city as well, its designer stores and skyscrapers are a tribute to its newness. Most of shopping districts of HongKong are situated in northern HongKong Island, but for people who like affordable open air markets, Kowloon is the best destination for day-long shopping. Northern HongKong Island is also the great place for bars, night clubs, because there are many choices of drinking organizations across the streets in this area. Seafood street in New Territories is very good for visitors for dining with a taste of fresh fish. HongKong is popular for its variations in cuisines as well, it includes market prepared foods and restaurants from every corner of the world. Some instances of alluring cuisines found here are turtles, frogs, snail and shellfish.
Through well-known for its huge city status, HongKong also brags many charming man made and natural wonders. One of the well-known attraction activities includes taking tram to Victoria Peak’s top. This spot in HongKong has a wonderful view of the skyline and Victoria Harbor of the city, and shopping, dining, entertainment as well. If you are looking for modern landmark attraction, you should visit blue glass building that is bamboo inspired that is a pillar of the modern architecture and bankd of China Tower. Another eye catching and calm activity is riding ferries that move between many islands of HongKong.