Five things to do in Hong Kong

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I recently visited Hong Kong. As with all my other trips I do some research beforehand, just to know what to expect and what to do.
Hong Kong is one of the world’s most significant financial centres, with the highest Financial Development Index score and consistently ranks as the world’s most competitive and freest economic entity. As the world’s 8th largest trading entity, its legal tender, the Hong Kong dollar, is the world’s 13th most traded currency. As the world’s most visited city, Hong Kong’s tertiary sector dominated economy is characterised by simple taxation with competitively corporate tax and supported by its independent judiciary system. Even with one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, it suffers from severe income inequality.

Nicknamed Pearl of the Orient, Hong Kong is renowned for its deep natural harbour, which enables ready access by international cargo ships, and its impressive skyline, with a very high density of skyscrapers, the territory boasts the second highest number of high rises of any city in the world. It has a very high Human Development Index ranking and the world’s longest life expectancy.Over 90% of the population makes use of well-developed public transportation. Seasonal air pollution with origins from neighbouring industrial areas of Mainland China, which adopts loose emissions standards, has resulted in a high level of atmospheric particulates.

Hong Kong has lots of tourist attractions and there are lots to do. I suggest you check try the following.

1. OZONE Bar

The most celebrated rooftop sky bar in Hong Kong, OZONE offers an ideal location for an unforgettable night, complete with a striking ambiance, inventive cocktails, delicious Asian tapas, and incomparable views from the highest bar in the world. Host your wedding in the sky on our outdoor terrace or enjoy the nightlife with one of our imfamous dance parties featuring some of the most well known DJs in Hong Kong. Whether you come for dinner or Sunday Brunch, your time at OZONE is certain to be a memorable one.

Hong Kong has many rooftop bars but OZONE IS the best

2. Ocean Park

Ocean Park, is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park situated in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the Southern District of Hong Kong.

The theme park has various attractions and rides, including four roller coasters, and also animal exhibits with different themes, such as a giant panda habitat, rainforest and polar displays, as well as an aquarium featuring the world’s largest aquarium dome. Between 1979 and 1997, Ocean Park was most famous for its signature killer whale, Miss Hoi Wai

As well as being an amusement park, Ocean Park Hong Kong aims to merge entertainment and education, including conservation advocacy. However it has been criticised by wildlife advocates for practices including the wild capture of large sea animals, such as dolphins and orca, and the presentation of shows featuring such animals performing.

At Ocean Park

3. Dinner at CE LA VI

At CÉ LA VI, you can expect a unique experience that stimulate the senses, elevate the spirit, amplify passion and fuel the Pursuit of Pleasure. AN Iconic rooftop location that has breath taking 360-views of the City . Expect a culinary adventure in a spectacular setting. and stratospheric nightlife with a cult following.

Besides the restaurant CE LA VI also offers a club lounge and skydeck bar

4. The Garden Peak

The Peak, Hong Kong’s most popular attraction is more than just stunning vistas or great shopping and dining. It’s an amazing collection of unique must-visit attractions, providing you with a diverse fun-filled experience of Hong Kong’s living culture.

Getting to the Peak by the Peak Tram is an unforgettable experience. One of the world’s oldest and most famous funicular railways, the tram rises to 396 metres (about 1,300 feet) above sea level. It is so steep that the buildings you pass look like they are leaning a gradient of between 4 to 27 degrees! Whether you are going up or coming down, you will love this trip.

Offering a stunning 360-degree panoramic view across the Hong Kong, the Sky Terrace 428 standing at 428 metres above sea level, is a scenic spot that visitors could not miss. An added attraction on the terrace is The Sky Gallery, which showcases the works of the city’s talented artists.

5. Lantau Island

Buddhist architecture; fireworks over Sleeping Beauty’s castle; a long sandy beach; a mall of shopping outlets — Lantau Island has it all. Whatever your persuasion, Hong Kong’s largest outlying island brings solace to the soul, senses and shopping bags.