I wish to visit Disney Land on my 5-7 days tour to Hong Kong in the month of January. I am travelling alone. I am interested in Heritage and Nature.

asked on 25 Jan 2016 Philippines
Cities: Hong Kong
Interest: Heritage, Nature
Priya
Travel Expert
A travel plan for Hong Kong and Disneyland is ready for you!

Hi
Hong Kong is such as amazing place to be in the Asian continent and it has so much to see and experience specially if you add Disneyland. I would try my best to suggest best of these amazing cities so that it leads to a memorable trip of yours.

Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is a sizzling, incomparable and spectacular city is Hong Kong. Hong Kong Island is especially a shopper’s paradise, with Central and Causeway Bay being two of the most popular shopping hub.
 
 
There are numerous hotel options in the city that includes Butterfly on Victoria, Silka Seaview Hotel (Formerly Dorsett Seaview Hotel), New Hong Kong Hostel and for more options you can visit here.

Day 1

On the first day you can visit Mongkok, Flower Market Road, Hong Kong Museum of History, Kowloon West Promenade, Ozone Bar at The Ritz-Carlton and Lan Kwai Fong.

Mongkok

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Mong Kok is one of the most densely populated areas in the world, but don't let that scare you away. A shopper's paradise, the district has anything you could ever want to buy - from shoes to household items to Western brands and luxury goods. An interesting feature of this area is that entire streets seem to be dedicated to selling a specific item - the most scenic and interesting among them are the flower market, goldfish street and bird market.

Flower Market Road

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Located in Mong Kok, Flower Market Road is where local Hong Kongers come to - you guessed it - buy flowers and other plants. It is especially busy come holiday time, when traditional plants are bought for good luck and to symbolize prosperity. There are beautiful orchids, bouquets, and plants in all shapes and sizes.

Hong Kong Museum of History

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This museum does a wonderful job of documenting Hong Kong's history - from prehistoric times and ancient Chinese dynasties, all the way to the birth of the city and modern day. The museum utilizes dioramas, short documentaries, and a wide variety of other multimedia to engage and interact with visitors and keep things fresh and entertaining.

Kowloon West Promenade

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An alternative to Tsim Sha Tsui's 'Avenue of the Stars', this quaint waterfront promenade offers all the spectacular views of Hong Kong harbour, but without the crowds and tour buses. Take a leisurely stroll down the promenade, and then enjoy the sunset, and watch as the harbour lights turn on. Or, if the weather allows, pick up some food at nearby shopping mall Elements, and have a picnic on the grass while enjoying the beautiful urban scenery.

Ozone Bar at The Ritz-Carlton

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Ozone at the Ritz Carlton is located on the 118th floor of the International Commerce Center (ICC), and is currently the highest bar in the world. It offers panoramic views of the Hong Kong harbour and the Kowloon Penninsula.

Lan Kwai Fong

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With large crowds and a vibrant atmosphere (especially on Friday and Saturday nights), Lan Kwai Fong is the nightlife central of Hong Kong. Originally just made up of a small square of streets, the bars and restaurants have now spilled out into the surrounding area. You'll find a good mix of expatriates, tourists and students in the party crowd, depending on which bars or lounges you go to.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 2

The itinerary of this day should include visits to Big Buddha, Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery, Tai O and Pui O.

Big Buddha

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Standing at 34 meters tall, the Big Buddha is one of the largest bronze outdoor sitting Buddhas in the world, and it draws pilgrims from all over Asia. There are several ways to reach the Big Buddha. The fastest and most scenic is to take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car (20 minutes one way). Buses and taxis are also readily available (45 minutes), and the most adventurous option is hiking to the Big Buddha (4 hours) - however, this is not recommended during the summer months, as soaring temperatures and humidity levels will make it quite a challenging experience.

Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery

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The Po Lin Monastery across from the Big Buddha is still active to this day as an important home to Buddhist monks. Here, visitors can immerse themselves amongst its beautiful Buddhist shrines, statues and architecture - thanks to a massive renovation project that makes it well worth a visit.

Tai O

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A traditional fishing village dating back three centuries, Tai O has maintained its laid-back lifestyle and charm. Given a picturesque view of the ocean and the old stilt houses, for which Tai O is known, there are photo opportunities around every corner. Slow down the pace and take your time exploring the area.

Pui O

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A beautiful beach located on Lantau Island (the Chinese name translates as "shell beach"), Pui O is not too crowded and offers great scenery and clear waters. It makes a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. When the tide is out, you can effortlessly dig for clams and shellfish - some locals collect the shellfish to fry up and eat at home.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 3

The itinerary of this day should include Cheung Chau Island, Star Ferry and Temple Street Night Market.

Cheung Chau Island

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Located a mere 30 minutes by boat from the Central district, Cheung Chau ("Long Island") is an old fishing community with an abundance of sights and eateries - from temples to street food, to a pirate cave. Get lost amongst its narrow streets, breeze along the coastal bike path and enjoy the laid-back lifestyle.

Star Ferry

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Up until the 1970s, the Star Ferry was the main method of transportation between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. This short 10-minute ride across the Victoria Harbour offers amazing skyline views. Aim to be on the ferry at 8: 00 pm from Tsim Sha Tsui to Hong Kong Island to enjoy the "A Symphony of Lights" lazer show that occurs daily. There are ferries frequently available between Tsim Sha Tsui to Central or Wan Chai.

Temple Street Night Market

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Temple Street comes alive at night when restaurants and market stalls are packed side-by-side, offering delicious local food and just about anything else you can think of buying. Pull up a stool on the street and get adventurous with ordering! This would also be a great opportunity to buy small gifts, so brush up on your negotiation skills!
 
After this you can head back to your hotel to rest and refresh yourself before two days of fun at Disneyland.

Day 4 and 5

These two days should be reserved for Disneyland.

Disneyland

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Disney land is often called as the happiest place on earth that makes everyone more than happy. It is also called as a theme or an amusement park. It was opened for visitors in September 2005. It is the best place of enjoyment for kids in Hong Kong. It is located on Lantau Island. It is managed by Hong Kong international Theme parks. So if you want the best source of enjoyment for your kids, surely plan a visit to Disneyland. It is located in Hong Kong Disneyland resort, penny’s bay Lantau Island, Hong Kong. The park houses seven themed areas: Main Street, U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrow land, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, and Toy Story Land. The theme park's cast members interact in Cantonese, English, and Mandarin. Even the guide maps are printed in traditional and simplified Chinese as well as English and Japanese.
 
The nearest MTR station is Disneyland station on the Disneyland Resort Line which is just a 13 minutes’ walk from the resort.
 
After spending two amazing days here you can head back to your home the next morning.

Day 6

This is the last day of your stay in Hong Kong and you got your flight. Make sure you pack all the belonging carefully and reach airport at least three hours prior to your flight timings.
 
I hope the destinations mentioned, according to your interest will lead to a memorable trip. I wish you return with the most exciting experience and memories of your life.
 
Wishing you an amazing trip!
 
Priya Singh

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