Planning to travel to Hong Kong for 3 days
Thanks to the public transport system works everywhere and constantly 24/24 that the visitors do not take too much time to explore Hong Kong.
Day 1: Discover Kowloon
As one of the tourist icons of Hong Kong, Kowloon is the first place you should go. If you come here in the evening, walking the streets are brightly lighted Nathan in the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront to the Clock Tower area. Photo: wikimedia.
Although most of the attractions here are more interesting in the evening as the night market on the way Jordan Mong Kok, Kowloon also quite many places you should visit during the day. Photo: weblogtheworld.
For those who love architecture, visit Innovation building at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Some other places like Nan Lian Garden flowers or monastery Chi Lam will give you a feeling of nostalgia for the traditional definition. Photo: weblogtheworld.
Day 2: The excitement on the island of Hong Kong
From Kowloon, you go to the Star Ferry Pier to the island to Central Hong Kong. The trip will bring you interesting insights about people's lives here and upon arrival, you'll enjoy the modern buildings such as the Legislative Council building or something old Former French more. Photo: weblogtheworld.
Building houses is a special highlight of Hong Kong Island. After you enjoy exploring the administrative center and the commercial, go to Tai Koo speed train and from there, you will have the opportunity to admire the iconic buildings of the Hong Kong Yick called Fat. Then you go to the Tin Hau MTR and Lai Tak Tsuen to see to their beauty. Photo: weblogtheworld.
About the Administration Center, you have lunch at some place like shop Din Tai Fung opened puller, or Khana Khazana Indian restaurant. In the afternoon, you can choose between The Peak Tower Building come to see the city from above, look at some bar at Hollywood Boulevard and back to Kowloon to rest. Photo: The Peak Tower.
Day 3: Lantau and giant Buddha statue
Back to Star Ferry but not to you go to the island of Hong Kong Mui Wo which is from Lantau Island. After a 30-minute ferry ride, you will have to take a bus for another 30 minutes to get to Ngong Ping and here you will see the giant Buddha statue, along with Polin Monastery. These are sacred places that you should visit when traveling in Hong Kong. Photo: weblogtheworld.
This area is quite crowded due to the thousands of visitors every day, especially on weekends. Monastery is also an attractive place with Wise Road. Photo: Po Lin Monastery.
After a meal at a vegetarian restaurant in the monastery, you catch bus No. 21 to Tai O, a traditional fishing village. Because this place is always filled with visitors, residents have perfected a Ngong Ping cable car system 360 and if the walk, will only take a few minutes to arrive. Photo: weblogtheworld.
When you was fun delight, you should return Mui Wo and go on ferry back to Hong Kong island. You will have the opportunity to witness the beauty of the Man Mo Temple on the night. If not to Hong Kong island, you can go to Tung Chung Station and go speedboat back to Kowloon. Photo: Strippedpixel.