A diverse contemporary metropolis with a unique blend of the East and the West, Hong Kong is a delightful mixture of futuristic architecture, towering skyscrapers and a picturesque coastline. Amazingly compact, it is one of the world's most advanced cities owing to the high end infrastructure and a worldly lookout.
With its amazing combination of Portuguese and Chinese cultures, Macau is an interesting destination offering serene beaches, Chinese temples and Gothic-style churches.
A funicular train, the Peak Tram is used by both tourists as well as residents to travel to the highest point in Hong Kong island, the Victoria Peak. Passengers can enjoy the breath-taking view of the harbor and city's skyscrapers while on the tram.
Macau being under the colonial rule of the Portuguese up until 1999, exhibits significant heritage of the Portuguese style buildings and culture.
Spread across an expanse of 150 square kilometers, the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark features two major geological regions - the hexagonal rock columns and the sedimentary rck formations.
An intriguing village, with houses constructed on stilts above water, it is a perfect destination to understand the lives of the traditional fishermen of Hong Kong.
The museum consists of exhibits narrating the story of Hong Kong and is the perfect destination to explore the key historical developments in the region.
The largest island in Hong Kong, the Latau Island is also home to the Po Lin Monastery and the biggest outdoor seated bronze statue of Lord Buddha.
Standing at 338 meters, the tower is an observation deck offering spectacular panoramic view of the island of Macau.
A popular theme park located in the southern region of the Hong Kong island, it consists of the a marine mammal park, an oceanarium, an animal theme park and an amusement park.