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Tourist Guide To One-Day Tour In Hong Kong

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Planning to cover the best of Hong Kong tourist attractions in one day can be a tall task. There is so much to see in this place that you may want to experience it all without stopping. Its food can be the perfect way to tickle your tastebuds, and sights and sceneries can leave you craving for more. Nevertheless, whether you have a time constraint or not, you can still soak in this destination's real vibe by covering a few must-visit sites. Here are some recommendations to help you in this mission of yours.

Kowloon Park

Visiting Kowloon Park early in the morning would allow you to get a glimpse of its serenity and busy streets. You would come across Hongkongers practicing Tai Chi. You can go to the Bird Lake, Aviary, and Chinese Garden from here to watch more than 100 bird species. At the time of leaving, don’t forget to check Hong Kong Avenue of Comic Stars. It houses enormous statues of comic characters, such as Q-Boy, Wang Xiao Hu, etc.

You can stop by for a quick breakfast at Australia Dairy Company, The Verandah, and Café Kool in Kowloon. 

Star Ferry 

When you consider the choice of places to visit in Hong Kong, you cannot miss out on this one. You can head to the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade to explore the scintillating sights of Victoria Harbour and the city skyline. You would have to reach the Kowloon Public Pier for cruising in the Star Ferry. You would witness some of the most spectacular views on board.

Victoria Peak

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Another experience that you cannot afford to miss while in Hong Kong is the Peak Tram. It enjoys a special status as the Star Ferry. You have to reach the Garden Road Terminus from the Central Ferry terminal for the tram service. It would take you to Victoria Peak, the highest location on the island. While covering the steep 1.4-km journey, you would encounter many beautiful vistas.

Wellington Street

When you come back to the city, don’t forget to visit Wellington Street in Central Hong Kong. It offers some of the best street food choices. Some eateries where you can have your lunch include Tsim Chai Kee Noodle Shop, Butao Ramen, etc. For a tea break, Luk Yu Teahouse can be the perfect location. Amidst tasteful interiors, it serves coveted Chinese tea flavors, dim sum, and more.

Causeway Bay

Your next haunt can be Causeway Bay, an ideal destination for glitz and glamour. You can drop by one of the famous city malls, Times Square, for shopping the top brands – Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Dior, and so on. Galore of sports brands, bookstores, cafes, and restaurants are also present.

If you wish to try something beyond it, you can pay a visit to Kingston and Patterson for boutiques. You get all types of international brands there.

Mong Kok

You can have your dinner in this buzzing place that remains filled with street vendors and markets. If you wish to gorge on the tasty dim sums more, visit Tim Ho Wan or Lei Garden for an experience. 

You can head back to Victoria Harbour after dinner, treating your eyes to some more fabulous views and visions. However, this is not all yet. When you are in Hong Kong, you cannot say you have seen it all. The island city has countless surprises for dwellers and tourists alike.

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