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Harbour Plaza North Point, Hong Kong - Destination Info

A great Hong Kong institution not to be missed is a night of horse racing at the Happy Valley race course.

Meet Mickey and the rest of the Disney cast at Hong Kong’s very own version of Disneyland.

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Harbour Plaza North Point, Hong Kong, Exterior

More family fun awaits at Ocean Park Hong Kong – plenty of thrilling rides, giant pandas and a world-class aquarium.

At the Ladies’ Market, it’s not just bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs for women, but amongst the 100 stalls stretching nearly a kilometre, there’s plenty for men too.

The Ngong Ping 360 sky-to-land adventure is the ideal springboard to explore Lantau Island. Start with a 25-minute glass-bottomed cable car on the Crystal Cabin. Then, it’s on to see Ngong Ping village, and the famous Big Bhudda.

Life can really be a beach in Hong Kong too. Swim, sun-worship, surf or BBQ on beaches like Big Wave Bay Beach, Cheung Sha Beach or Pul O Beach, Hong Kong’s longest stretch of sand.

Hong Kong’s city parks are peaceful places to escape the city’s hustle and bustle. Victoria Park has beautiful festive flower markets and lantern displays, whilst Hong Kong Park is a good spot to take pics of the skyline. Pop down to Kowloon Park on a Sunday to watch the Kung Fu demonstrations.