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Big Buddha & Ngong Ping 360 - The Big Buddha is located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island in Hong Kong symbolising the harmonious relationship between man and nature. Ngong Ping 360 is a visually spectacular cable car journey from Tung Chung, crossing Tung Chung Bay.
HK Disneyland – Located in Lantau Island Hong Kong Disneyland is a great combination of the Disney magic alongside Chinese culture, customs and traditions. The park consists of four themed areas including Adventureland, which is the largest among all Disney parks and home to Tarzan’s Treehouse, Mainstreet USA, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland. Non-stop fun from day to night the theme park offers the classic fairy-tale experience you’d expect from Disney with adventure and discovery along the way.
Ocean Park – Situated in the Southern District of Hong Kong, Ocean Park is a fantastic day out offering the opportunity to experience thrill rides alongside a marine mammal park. The park is home to 11 animal exhibits, such as a Giant panda habitat, a jelly fish and Chinese sturgeon aquarium, as well as a four-story aquarium displaying more than 2,000 fish. Covering an area of 870,000 square metres of land the park is separated by a large mountain and there is a gondola lift system connecting the two parts of Ocean Park as well as a theatre and cultural shows taking place throughout the day.
Sky100 – the latest attraction in Hong Kong, the ICC is the fourth tallest building in the world with the tallest hotel in the world at its peak – the Ritz Carlton. On the 100th floor is an observatory deck offering breathtaking 360 degree views of the bustling city. With high speed elevators whisking you up to the top floor in just 60 seconds, advanced telescopes with day and night views, professional photo booth and a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition of Hong Kong’s history and culture the Sky100 is a great deal more than just a must-see attraction.
The Peak – One of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong, The Peak is absolutely incredible! Looking down you’ll be amazed by the spectacular views over the surrounding skyline, Victoria Harbour and Kowloon. Getting there is an adventure in itself as you take the Peak Tram pulled up a steep incline of 33 metres by steel cables. The Peak Tower has become one of Hong Kong’s most striking landmarks and a destination in its own right with continuous unfolding vistas ahead.