Hong Kong, a rich multi cultural city, is reflected in its economic infrastructure and culture diversity. Hong Kong offers a wide variety of green experiences from its parks, right in the heart of the city to remote areas as well. Visit spots of cultural significance, such as a Hakka village and Tin Hau Temple.
Hong Kong's cuisine is renowned for its exotic fusion of Eastern and Western flavours along with a wide variety of culinary delights. One can experience global cuisine from all around the world, from Asian delicacies, different varieties of Chinese and Cantonese, to European, American, Japanese and others. A cup of steaming fresh tea is the perfect complement to every sumptuous dish. Tea Drinking is a very important part of Chinese life. For dinner, traditional Hong Kong cuisine would be an ideal choice. Itís this cultural blend that has made Hong Kong a Gourmet Paradise.
Head out to the Kowloon Peninsula, to experience its sparkling delights, which include Tsim Sha Tsui , Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok. Wong Tai Sin Temple, rich in Chinese culture is the most famous temple in Hong Kong. The Kowloon Park and the Hong Kong Space Museum are major tourist attractions. Visit the Sam Bo Sin Restaurant, located on Long Road, Kowloon City, This cozy and comfortable restaurant has its interiors decorated with Korean pictures. From Korean BBQ-style to scallops and clams one must try the Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup known for its healthy attributes.
Hong Kong as a free port is a shopperís paradise. Ladies Street, is the most famous shopping area in Mong Kok, Colourful shops offer everything from clothes and accessories to CDís and shoes. Malls and department stores are widely distributed in all districts of Hong Kong; however itís the Open-air markets that lure every tourist. Visit the Temple Street Night Market or Stanley Market with its many shops, original restaurants, outdoor cafes, and even a performance stage.
Hong Kong provides a vibrant nightlife. Most bars and pubs are in abundant in east Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. Lan Kwai Fong, which makes up Hong Kong's trendiest nightlife area, is a bustling array of restaurants, eateries, pubs and bars. One can set out to experience various performances which include singing, folk dances and Cantonese Opera.
Peaceful and tranquil, with lovely hills and forests, is the Lamma Islands. The restaurants on the island offer exquisite fresh daily seafood local specialties that are sure to delight every preference. From lobster and fish, to clams and the island has it all. Visit The Lamma Mandarian Sea Food Restaurnat located on First Street, at the end of a popular hikerís trail. Apart from being a popular relaxing place this restaurant is famous for its deep fried squid with rock salt and pepper.