Hong Kong

Symphony of Lights

10 May to 10 May
 
An authentic mega centre of modern architecture, Hong Kong has an incredible skyline drawn by imposing skyscrapers, where the avant-garde, the neon lights and the buzz of this region contrast with the oriental traditions and immense green spaces that you will find here.


Start by strolling across the Avenue of Stars, inspired by the local movie industry, and admire the Pearl River Delta along the Victoria Harbour. Visit the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, dating from the British colonialism period and the Museum of Art, with a huge collection of Chinese art, painting and calligraphy. Also, do not miss the Science Museum and the Museum of History that tells the story of the island from its formation to the present day. Go to Lantau Island and be amazed by the Po Lin Monastery, one of the most important Buddhist sanctuaries, and the Giant Buddha, a 34-meter-tall statue. The Monastery of the Ten Thousand Buddha is also a mandatory visit, where you can admire 13,000 Buddha statues.

Marvel with the green areas of the region and take a stroll to the Nan Lin Garden or to the Victoria Peak, where you can photograph panoramic views of the entire island. For beach lovers, this metropolis doesn't disappoint and offers several options such as Shek O and Big Wave Bay. If you are a shopping lover, know that there are many markets here where you can find everything Made in China, even those you've never thought to buy or need. Embrace the magic in the fantastic world of Disneyland Hong Kong, where you can have fun in the many attractions available or take a picture with your favourite characters, and at night be amazed with the spectacular Symphony of Lights, an incredible permanent light game between the bay and the huge skyscrapers, with a mention in the Guinness Book of Records!