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When you need to find out what to do & see in Hong Kong, you will find that there are numerous attractions available to you. It is believed that Hong Kong is one of the most visited places in the entire Asia despite its small size. This is simply because it is fully packed with a lot of must-see attractions; the city itself is quite an impressive sight, with both modern skyscrapers and historical buildings going back to the British colonial period. Hong Kong's unique natural beauty forms the perfect backdrop in line with the man made wonders of Disneyland, Ocean Park as well as Victoria Peak. One of the best things about Hong Kong is it can satisfy the needs of people with various types of interests.
Divided into four main areas (HK Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands), each area has its own unique collection of things to do.
The top 10 things to do in Hong Kong as of now: Victoria Peak, Dialogue in the Dark, Hong Kong Museum of History, Ngong Ping 360, Ocean Park, etc.
Hong Kong is known as one of the places that offers amazing sights and a unique travel experience. There are a lot of places where you can go.
Each museum will tell you its own history: police, space, science, art, history, heritage and so on. They are homes to many interesting things.
The urban areas have plenty of public parks and gardens - "green islands". They offer an extensive range of recreational and sports facilities as well as natural beauty.
Hong Kong has over 600 Chinese temples, which are used for Buddhism and Taoism. They have a rich history, some dating back to more than 700 years ago.
Horse racing betting is considered to be a great way of making money. However, it is not just winning the money but rather the love of the sports.
Hong Kong has plenty of beaches for swimming, surfing and recreation. The majority are located on Hong Kong Island and the Outlying Islands.
Being one of the top financial centers of the world, the city has plenty skyscrapers and significant buildings, such as HKCEC or Cultural Centre.
Many sports events take place at stadiums and Hong Kong is not an exception. The main - Hong Kong Stadium has a capacity up to 40,000 people.