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Hong Kong is counted amongst those cities that are considered to be the most expensive in the world. Does it mean that the people coming to explore this city, seeking an amazing travel experience have to be prepared for a heavy expenditure? No, because the city is also full of options that won't require a big budget; in fact, you can undergo some of the experiences for free here. Hard to believe?

Scroll down to know more about the various places to visit in Hong Kong and free things to do in Hong Kong that will not only make your trip budget friendly but will also ensure a memorable travel experience.

Hong Kong Travel Tips and Attractions

1. Spending Quality Time At Edward Youde Aviary


If you're looking for a spot in Hong Kong where you can spend your time chilling and refreshing, then Edward Youde Aviary can be the best spot. The name given to this attraction has been taken from a former Hong Kong governor. The aviary is believed to be housing more than 600 species of birds that will simply mesmerise you. Located at a distance from the bustling city life, this can be a great place to spend your time in peace.

Hong Kong Travel Tips and Attractions

2. Witnessing The Gallery At Hollywood Road


Since 5 years it is being observed that the art sector in Hong Kong has been gaining a lot of prominence in the world. It is essentially because of the happening art events that keep happening in the city and the presence of various art galleries like Gagosian, Art Basel, White Cube, and Pearl Lam. You can find these at the Hollywood Road where you can witness some of the best artworks by talented artists.

Hong Kong Travel Tips and Attractions

3. Watching A Movie That Won't Cost A Penny


The city of Hong Kong boast about her long past in the moviemaking and it is from here that the stars like Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, and Maggie Chung started their acting careers. If you happen to go to Sai Wan Ho region, then a visit to Hong Kong Film Archive is a must. The shows shows are hosted regularly along with exhibitions and you get to be a part of all this for free most of the time.

Hong Kong Travel Tips and Attractions

4. A Visit To Victoria Peak Gardens


On your visit to this place, you'll get to witness the awe-striking skyscrapers but there's more to it. 60% of the area here is believed to be all natural and industrialisation hasn't laid a single mark on it. If you want to get closer to nature and spend some time amidst lush greenery, then do come to this place that lies at the central region of the town. Earlier, this place used to be the summer abode for the Hong Kong’s Governor.

Hong Kong Travel Tips and Attractions

5. Hiking On Dragon's Back


The city of Hong Kong will never disappoint even the adventure lovers. Dragon's Back is renowned as a great hiking trail in the city and you can undergo a memorable adventurous experience here. You get to see the best views of the mountains as well as islands from here. The hike here starts from Cape Collinson Catholic Cemetery. At the top, you should visit Tai Tam Gap where you can have a calming stroll.

Hong Kong Travel Tips and Attractions

Apart from the places to visit in Hong Kong and free things to do in Hong Kong that are mentioned above, you can also visit the popular markets of the city to get a fair idea about the locals as well as their lifestyle and culture. With so many things to offer, a trip to Hong Kong will only surprise you with its versatility.

This is one of those places in the world that can be equally wonderful for all kinds of travelers - honeymooners, friends, families, or solo tourists.
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11 comments:

  1. So many things here are on my list! I spent about 24 hours in Hong Kong and hardly got to do anything; but whenever I eventually return- this list will come in handy!

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  2. I would love to visit Hong Kong one day! This is such a great list. My dream is to visit Disneyland Hong Kong that would be an amazing experience!!

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  3. I would love to visit...hong kong this is such an amazing post thank you for sharing. I would love to visit.

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  4. From Disneyland to Tian Tan Buddha I would love to soak in the fun and definitely see a 34-meter-high Buddha statue and that trek would be my cardio for that day lol

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  5. WOw so many great activites. I had no idea about Disneyland and I def want to visit the fishing village of Ma Wan

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  6. I have never been to Hong Kong but would love to go one day. Thank you for such an informative post

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  7. What a great list of sights to explore and see! Wish I could travel there someday.

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  8. What a fab selection of things to do! I'd love to visit the Hong Kong Space Museum if I ever got the chance.

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  9. What a great list of tourist attractions in Hong Kong. We haven't been there in ages, but maybe we should plan a trip soon.

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  10. I've never been to Hong Kong before, but would love to visit someday. Sounds like there are a lot of things to do.

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  11. I just got back from Hong Kong last month and too bad the Ngong Ping 360 is closed for maintenance during that week. But it was my second time to visit Hong Kong so it's ok. I still remember the first time I was riding the cable Ngong Ping 360, it was pretty horrifying as the cable car swung so much due to strong wind and so misty too. Your guide is pretty comprehensive and covered almost everything in Hong Kong. Brilliant.

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