Hong Kong

What to do in Hong Kong within 5 days.


Hong Kong

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by larc456 on August 18, 2006

Catch the downtown laser show, shown every night. High Class shopping in Central. Lower class shopping in Prince Edward. ${QuickSuggestions} Do not buy food from the sidewalk vendors. It is humid, so stay hydrated.${BestWay} MTR, the local subway. Do not rent a car unless you have to.

Fairwood

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by larc456 on August 18, 2006

My girlfriend and I frequented this fast food chain as it served American food as well as Chinese food. The food was excellent for the price and it was standard among the multiple Fairwood's that we went to. It was a great place to go to, to rest and break from the hot weather. Clientele ranged from families to business men who wanted a quick bite. Their main decor is the color orange...everywhere. Orange walls, seats tables, to food trays.
Fairwood Fast Food
9 Tsuen Nam Road
Hong Kong
2856 8622

Victorias Peak

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by larc456 on August 18, 2006

The highest point of Hong Kong. Taking the bus up to the peak is well worth the awesome view of Hong Kong. Another great place to go to see the lights and laser show in Hong Kong. As with most of Hong Kong, there are places to shop at the top of the peak.
Victoria Peak
128 Peak Road.
Hong Kong
+852 2807 6543

Disneyland Hong Kong

Member Rating 2 out of 5 by larc456 on August 18, 2006

If you have never been to any other Disneyland's this is a good place to go. It is much smaller than Anaheim or Disney World. I have been to Anaheim at least 15 times and was disappointed by Hong Kong Disneyland's 3 lands [compared to 8+]. Judging the lands individually, they are pretty nice. The restaurants in the park is the only part better than those in the US.
Disneyland Hong Kong
Disneyland Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Disneyland Hong Kong

Member Rating 2 out of 5 by larc456 on August 18, 2006

If you have never been to any other Disneylands this is a good place to go. It is much smaller than Anaheim or Disney World. I have been to Anaheim at least 15 times and was disappointed by Hong Kong Disneylands 3 lands [compared to 8+]. Judging the lands individually, they are pretty nice. The restaurants in the park is the only part better than those in the US.
Disneyland Hong Kong
Disneyland Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Avenue of Stars

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by larc456 on August 18, 2006

Really scenic part on the Kowloon side, facing Hong Kong across the bay. Great to walk along during the night to see the vast skyline and waterfront. LED lit stars show off the names of famous Chinese Actors and Singers.
Avenue of Stars
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
Hong Kong

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