Hong Kong's Top 10 Accessible Attractions

Hong Kong's Top 10 Accessible Attractions

Prosperous and quiet-West Kowloon waterfront

The West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade is located on the south side of Hong Kong's West Kowloon Reclamation Area. You can see the west of Hong Kong Island and the Victoria Harbour. It is a great place to see the Victoria Harbour. As the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade is not as close to the urban area as the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, there is not too much traffic here and the environment is relatively quiet. The promenade is equipped with children’s play areas, cycling tracks and jogging trails. In addition to the leisurely atmosphere of the surrounding area, many cyclists, motorists, photographers and fishing people come here every day.

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Highest Observation Deck-Sky 100

Sky100 is the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong. It is located on the 100th floor of the West Kowloon Global Trade Plaza, covering an area of ​​about 30,000 square feet. Visitors can have a 360-degree bird's eye view from the observation deck at an altitude of 393 meters The different landscapes of Hong Kong from all sides and the Victoria Harbour are one of the famous sights that cannot be missed in Hong Kong. Visitors can take the high-speed elevator that can reach the 100th floor in 60 seconds. Sky100 also has a large-scale multimedia exhibition and a visitor center to introduce Hong Kong's history and culture. Special exhibitions are held from time to time to allow visitors to learn more about Hong Kong.

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The Pure Land in the Downtown-Chi Lin Nunnery

Chi Lin Nunnery is a temple, and Nan Lian Garden is an ancient garden. The two adjoin each other. The temple is characterized by imitating the wooden structure of the Tang Dynasty. The lotus garden pool is combined into a large-scale Tang Dynasty-like building complex. The Nanlian Garden is based on the gardens of the Tang Dynasty, and its gardening method "sees the big in the small", uses small buildings, trees, rocks, and ponds to create borrowed scenes to incorporate the landscape. The park was opened in 2006 for free use by the public. It takes about 2 hours to roam the whole park to see the attractions, and about 1 hour to roam freely. The park also has a vegetarian restaurant, Longmen Tower, an exhibition hall, Xianghaixuan, a Chinese wooden architecture art gallery and a snack house.

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Recreation Area in Commercial Center-Hong Kong Park

Hong Kong Park is a large park in Hong Kong Port. It cost 398 million Hong Kong dollars to build. It covers an area of ​​8 hectares. It is located in Admiralty on Hong Kong Island. It is a large tourist attraction and recreational area in the area One of the places. There are many attractions in the park, such as the gymnasium, the bird watching garden, the greenhouse, the Museum of Tea Ware and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Center. The most popular facilities are the bird-watching garden and the greenhouse: the bird-watching garden was opened in September 1992, simulating a tropical rainforest environment, displaying more than 600 birds from 90 species; the greenhouse is the largest in Southeast Asia and is divided into an "exhibition hall" , "Arid Area Plant Exhibition Hall" and "Tropical Plant Exhibition Hall" 3 venues, displaying more than 2,000 kinds of plants.

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Feel the tranquility and leisure-Cyberport

Cyberport is located in Pokfulam, west of Hong Kong Island's southern district. It covers an area of ​​24 hectares and is home to hundreds of technology and digital business tenants. Major facilities include Cyberport Centre, Cyberport Mall, Le Méridien Cyberport and Bel-Air Residential District. There are large supermarkets, restaurants, various types of retail shops and movie theaters in the Cyberport Mall. There are not many stores in the mall. Although it may not be able to meet your shopping needs, in addition to shopping, the Cyberport also has a large promenade for the public and pets to visit. In addition, the number of people on weekdays is not too much. A great place for weekend leisure.

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Educational-Mawan Park

Mawan Park covers an area of ​​about 20 hectares, mainly with the theme of natural ecology and conservation environment. Among them, the nature park in the center of the park is open for free, which is composed of many characteristic gardens: Fern Garden, Wild Orchid Garden, Rhododendron Garden, Hong Kong Garden, Australian Garden, Sun Garden, etc. Each garden has its own theme, with different types of trees and flowers set off different characteristics, forming a large flower garden. This park is a photo craze for many newlyweds. Crossing Mawan Park, a place full of vitality and creativity, advocates love and harmony, promotes the belief in loving life, loving family, and loving the earth, and establishing positive social values.

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Ecological Tour-Wetland Park

The Hong Kong Wetland Park, located in the northern part of Tin Shui Wai, is one of the largest ecological conservation projects in Hong Kong. The wetland covers an area of ​​61 hectares, including 60 hectares of outdoor protected areas and 10,000 square feet of indoor exhibition halls. The original site of the Wetland Park was just an ordinary wetland. While developing the new town of Tin Shui Wai, the Hong Kong government decided to use this land to compensate for the ecological value land lost during the development. At present, the site has been successfully transformed into an international eco-tourism project, and is an important place for wetland conservation, eco-tourism and education. At present, the wetland park is mainly divided into two parts: the exhibition gallery of the visitor center and the outdoor wetland reserve.

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Science Education Base-Science Museum

The Hong Kong Science Museum is one of the more than ten museums under the management of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, with the most visitors on average each year. The Science Museum is located in East Tsim Sha Tsui. It has a 4-storey building with multiple science-themed exhibition areas. The permanent exhibition hall covers a total area of ​​6,500 square meters and has more than 500 exhibits, many of which can be operated by visitors. . In addition to permanent exhibitions, the Science Museum also regularly organizes science thematic exhibitions to promote new knowledge of science and technology. In addition, the Science Museum also provides various scientific promotion and science education activities to the public.

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Review the old and learn the new-History Museum

The Hong Kong Museum of History is located at 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui. It was built at a cost of 390 million Hong Kong dollars and opened on September 28, 1998. The Hong Kong Museum of History introduces Hong Kong’s history to Hong Kong residents and tourists. The exhibition includes archaeological discoveries, precious cultural relics and materials in Hong Kong and southern China; it covers natural ecology, folk customs and historical development, and presents Hong Kong’s 400 million years of history to visitors. Natural ecological environment and historical stories. In addition to permanent exhibitions, the museum also holds special exhibitions from time to time to introduce Hong Kong stories in the form of special topics.

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Cultural Heritage-Cultural Museum

The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is located in Tai Wai. It is a comprehensive museum that covers history, art and culture. There are 12 exhibition halls in the museum, which is the largest museum in Hong Kong. The museum has permanent exhibition halls and diversified exhibitions and programs in thematic exhibition halls, and often holds lectures, theater programs and guided tours. The Cultural Museum collects various types of cultural relics and artistic creations related to Hong Kong and neighboring areas. Historical collections can be roughly classified into local history, performing arts, folk art and popular culture; while art collections are mainly divided into contemporary art, design and Chinese art (Chinese painting and calligraphy and ancient Chinese cultural relics).

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