Unknown to many visitors, Hong Kong – originally a sparsely populated area of farming and fishing villages – has many “hidden secrets” for the adventurous and those who love outdoors.
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Hong Kong offers many other interesting activities and places to visit and revisit.
Alongside the new castle, Hong Kong Disneyland also introduces the story of “Momentous,” the breathtaking new night-time spectacular at Hong Kong Disneyland.
“Momentous lightshow depicts a journey of life, from falling in love to overcoming obstacles. Along the way, reminisce with dozens of beloved characters from Disney Animation and Pixar stories including “Dumbo,” “The Lion King,” “Peter Pan,” “Frozen,” “Zootopia,” “Coco,” “Up,” “Tangled,” among others.
A brand new addition to Ocean Park, Water World Ocean Park opened in Sep. 2021 after four years of construction, and is Asia’s only year-round, all-weather water park.
Victoria Peak, known simply as The Peak, is a must-see Hong Kong destination – both day and night – offering iconic views of skyscraper-flanked Victoria Harbour, Kowloon peninsula and craggy mountain peaks.
Hong Kong’s Peak Tram went into service in 1888 as Asia’s first funicular railway, connecting The Peak to Central. Originally it served the colonial governor and residents of luxury properties on The Peak, but has since transported tens of millions of passengers and become one of the city’s top tourist attractions.
Opened in 2019, Monopoly Dreams is the first Monopoly-themed attraction in the world. Enter the world of Mr. Monopoly and embark on an exhilarating adventure at the Train Station 4-D cinema, print your own unique Title Deed at the Monopoly Property or try to grab as many banknotes as possible as use them to exchange for snacks at the Monopoly Cafe.
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