Have you ever been to Hong Kong? If so, you probably know that the country is filled with tons of culture, great cuisine, and lost of family attractions. Maybe you moved out of the country and you are looking to bring your children back to experience their heritage or just get a taste of the old world. Whatever the situation is, there truly are a lot of family fun activities that any family can enjoy in the Hong Kong area. It might be entirely impossible to see every sight and visit every attraction during your stay, so what are the most prolific attractions that you and your family can partake in during your stay? That is exactly what you are going to learn below.
Thousands of people flock to the Peak Tower each year to capture a glimpse of the Hong Island on Victoria Peak. The tower is shaped like a wok, which makes it even more interesting. Victoria Peak was off limits to the Chinese until World War II ended. Today, some of the richest residents live there.
The Peak Tower is not only a great sightseeing spot, but also a great place to shop and dine. The tower has restaurants, museums, a shopping mall and observation platform. If you get the opportunity to visit Hong Kong, be sure to take the time to visit the Peak Tower. It is one attraction that you and your family will never forget.
Trick Eye Museum
The Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong features a broad range of 3D art pieces and paintings on plain surfaces. The museum is the only Korean 3D museum in the country. Unlike some museums, visitors are permitted to climb, interact and touch the many exhibits displayed in the Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong. This is one attraction that you and your family will not want to miss, as it also offers a clear view of the harbor.
St. John’s Cathedral
St. John’s Cathedral is one of the oldest surviving ecclesiastical buildings of the Western civilization. If you are interested in gothic and Victorian architect, you will also want to stop by the St. Andrew’s Church in Hong Kong. Both of these buildings are magnificent and breathtaking. If you purchase one of the Hong Kong tour packages, you may just get the opportunity to tour both of these cathedrals. If this is something you are interested in, you should speak with your tour guide.
Hong Kong Museum Of History
If you are interested in learning more and teaching your children about Hong Kong history, you should definitely schedule a visit to the Hong Kong Museum of History. The museum features a vast array of exhibits that will take you back in time. And, this is not to mention the wonderful tour guide experience. Tours are available in both two and four hours, so you can choose one that fits your itinerary.
Lantau Island is a great place to relax, fish, sunbathe, hike, camp and splash in the water. The island provides magnificent views of the sunset and sunrise.