Must see for Hong Kong and Victoria Peak tours

Welcoming every year millions of visitors on business or holiday, Hong Kong is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. Choose a regular flight from Hong Kong from your countries has become more accessible thanks to the presence of a good number of airlines operating between the many cities. Member of the Sky Team alliance and eighth largest company in the world, China Eastern Airlines offers the best price for the plane ticket Hong Kong. It is closely followed by another Chinese company, Air China. Other Asian companies such as Vietnam Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian and Turkish Airlines allow reaching the destination from Europe and United States.

Built on Lantau Island, the Hong Kong International Airport has many facilities and modern equipment enabling it to meet the needs of passengers. Besides cheap flights Hong Kong, it welcomes flights from most major cities in Oceania, North America and Europe. The airport has two terminals T1 and T2. Terminal 2 is reserved exclusively for arrivals all aircraft taking off at Terminal 1.

There are several ways to get to the city centre during their stay in Hong Kong. The Airport Express train can reach Kowloon and Hong Kong in less than 25 minutes. This is the way to move the fastest way to make the two paths. Customers of the leading hotels in the city can enjoy their vacation on the island with free registration proposed by the stations of Kowloon and Hong Kong luggage service. A free shuttle connects the two stations at the airport is also made available to them by the Airport Express. Just steps from the exit of the airport is the Airbus station (line A) and urban bus (E). These serve most of the hotels in the city of Hong Kong. Those who want to get into town by taxi take a red taxi. To get to Lantau , choose the blue while the green are for New Territories.

The Arrivals Hall of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 bus station are the main car rental services, bus or limousine. Hong Kong, the most modern of all Chinese cities, is also the one that has the most skyscrapers in the world. Real attractions in their own right, the towers of Hong Kong have shaped the landscape of this island region in recent decades. During a trip to Hong Kong, we will certainly go around the vertiginous buildings up to 485 meters.

The International Commerce Centre, located in the Yau Tsim Mong inside the building complex of Union Square, is the largest of them. It is the seventh highest skyscraper in the world after the Shanghai World Financial Centre with a height of 492 meters. It is home to hotels, shops and offices. The Two International Finance Centre is the second largest building in the city with a height of 415 meters. The last construction of the tower was completed in 2003. It was then the tallest building in the region to be built until the World Trade Centre in 2010. With its 78 floors spread over 309 meters high, the Central Plaza located in the Wan Chai district is the third tallest building in Hong Kong followed closely by the tower of the Bank of China with its 305 meters.

Dominant parts of Central and Mid-Levels, Victoria Peak are the highest point of the island. During the holidays in Hong Kong, we do not forget to climb its 552 meters height to admire the breath taking view from the “mountain” on the roof of the many skyscrapers of the city. Dressed in a beautiful green mantle, Victoria Peak is the most appropriate place to get away a bit of the excitement of downtown and its endless crowd. It is advisable to enjoy your stay in Hong Kong for a ride in the evening and see the city from its constellation of lights. The site contains the Peak Tower, a seven-storey building with shops and various attractions. One can for example visit inside the wax museum Madame Tussaud’s or a space dedicated to the history of Hong Kong.

Some cafes and quaint restaurants also allow to rest between visits for a short break greedy. For lovers of trekking, we find here the perfect setting for a walk 2750 meters to meet various bird species.

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