Hong Kong & Macau
Hong Kong & Macau – Exploring the rich cultural heritage of Hong Kong & Macau, with its pomp and splendor is enough to set the dreams of a perfect vacation in motion. The lush greenery, the protected nature, colourful traditions and the iconic skyline make this destination irresistible.Click here to Read More
The best Instagram hotspots
The city of constant movement and whirling skyscrapers hosts some of the best spots for your Instagram pictures. Here they are;
Classical Chinese Gardens
The glorious golden pagodas and the lotus filled ponds contrast beautifully against the huge skyscrapers, creating a breathtaking fusion of traditional with modern. Make sure you wear your best smile while posing.
The iconic rainbow residence
Head to the vibrant Choi Hung Estate (go along the exit C4 from the Kwun Tong MTR stop) and take the best shots of the rainbow colored paneling of the towers, with the palm trees lining the entrance as your prop.
On a day trip to Macau
Macau, a former Portuguese colony is just 62 kilometers from Hong Kong, so a day trip is always feasible. Plan your things so you can enjoy the most out of it, tight though the schedule could be.
Kun Lam Temple
The history of the Macau Kun Lam Temple dates back to 1632, and the Ming Dynasty. It is mainly a Buddhist temple, with three main shrines and a beautiful statue of the Sakyamuni (Gautama Buddha). There’s a bronze bell that hangs beside the hall,;it’s over 300 years old.
Statue of Dum Iam
Dum Iam is the Goddess of Mercy and flanked by 18 Buddhas, stands 20 meters high, and is clothed in embroidered silk.
Capture this iconic tower on your camera as it is believed to be 11th tallest tower in the world, with a height of 334 meters or 1,108 feet. You can also enter the observation deck to enjoy the view.
The A-Ma Temple is a historical center and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a so a visit is in the cards.
Free Things to do in Hong Kong
You can enjoy a number of free things while touring Hong Kong. Here are some of them:
Kowloon Walled City Park
Kowloon Walled City Park bears an undying legacy to the uncomfortable tales of a lurid past, and many of the ruins of the city still remain. You can even imagine the city by looking at the bronze model and see how it once crammed 100,000 people into it.
Pedder Building art galleries
If you love fine arts, ditto, International contemporary art and Chinese contemporary, you can spend time at the art galleries in the Pedder Building.
Lo Pan Temple
Lo Pan is the Chinese God of Builders and Carpenters and this temple is dedicated to the God.
Chi Lin Nunnery
Among the remarkable high rises of Diamond Hill, you have the Chi Lin Nunnerym built in 1934, according to Feng Shui principles. There are beautiful lotus ponds and halls for you to wander through.
This dynamic metropolis hosts the best, when’s your vacation?