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Travelling Solo

Solo Travelling

Nature Based Outdoor Activities

Nature Based Outdoor Activities

Why choose a Hong Kong stopover?

Why choose a Hong Kong stopover?

Traveling solo is a wonderful experience, especially when you know your destination is safe, easy to get around and you won't be totally lost in translation. Here are the must-do's in Hong Kong when exploring on your own.


Museums
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With topics as diverse as medical science, tea ware, robotics, triad rituals, movies, history and urban planning, in Hong Kong, museums are many, varied and fun to explore!


Tai O Fishing Village
: Quaint and picturesque, this fishing village on Lantau Island is one of the few of its kind that still exists in Hong Kong.


Golden Bauhinia Square
: Enjoy the heritage and symbolism of the daily flag-raising ceremony with beautiful Victoria Harbour as a backdrop.


Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck
: A high-speed lift whisks you up 100 floors in just 60 seconds, for an incredible 360-degree view of Victoria Harbour, on top of Hong Kong’s tallest building, the International Commerce Centre.


Lan Kwai Fong
: As one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife spots, you are bound to meet travellers and expats from all over the world.


Star Ferry’s Harbour Tour
: Sail back in time to 1920s Hong Kong on board the beautiful double-decker ‘Shining Star’ ferry, a remodel of the ferries that graced Victoria Harbour back in the Roaring Twenties.


Walking tours:
There are plenty of guided tour or self guided tours to explore Hong Kong.  What better way to get right into the heart of Hong Kong and its fascinating culture.


SoHo
: Come during the day, at lunch time, and in the evening, you will discover different faces of this historic and exotic neighbourhood.


Markets in Mong Kok
: Indulge in some of the world’s most fascinating street scenes, where markets of every kind of fashion are Hong Kong’s true living culture.


Discover an ancient walled city
: Just outside the town of Yuen Long lies an old walled village, still inhabited by the descendants of those who once built these walls to protect themselves from rival clans, bandits, pirates – even tigers, who once prowled the area.

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