How many days is enough?
Some say you can finish Hong Kong in three days, we disagree. In three days, you can only see the most touristy, artificial side of Hong Kong and left behind the real and authentic side of Hong Kong. As a result, we have put together several Hong Kong itinerary to show you how you can experience Hong Kong more fully, please feel free to let us know if you would like to see more itineraries!
Hong Kong Island
The following schedule is appropriate for the first day of the visit in Hong Kong. The recommended activity list gives you an introduction of Hong Kong that will allow you to appreciate what you will see in the following days in Hong Kong. The sites recommended in this schedule covers major attractions plus an introduction of Hong Kong story.[timeline-express single-column=”1″ cat=”Hong-Kong-Island-Itinerary”] Back to top
Best of Kowloon
The following schedule is appropriate for the second day of your visit in Hong Kong. The recommended activities combines the most popular sightseeing spots in Kowloon as well as tours that bring you to off-the-beaten-path places. By the end of today, you would see the contrast between the glamour of Hong Kong and the underprivileged Hong Kong.[timeline-express single-column=”1″ cat=”Kowloon-Itinerary”]
Most people who come to Hong Kong would like to visit the Big Buddha because it is the second largest sitting bronze Buddha in the world. But a lot of locals think the Buddha or even the cable car Ngong Ping 360 has anything special. After all, it was built very recently in early 1990s so kind of like a theme park specifically built for tourists there. As a result, we recommend going there to learn more about Buddism as a religion and visit Tai O fishing village instead.[timeline-express single-column=”1″ cat=”Lantau-Island”]