Star Ferry#1 in Best Things To Do in Hong Kong
The Star Ferry is an absolute must when you come to Hong Kong. Think of it as the what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. Transporting guests between the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island, this vessel provides the most scenic route through the city. Visitors will be smack dab in the center of the city's famous skyline, providing amazing photo opportunities, especially at night.
Recent travelers described the views as priceless, with many saying bearing witness to the city's many towering skyscrapers while floating along the calm waters of the Victoria Harbour took their breath away. Some recommended catching the ferry at 8 p.m. for the Symphony at Lights Show, which is considered to be the world's largest permanent light and sound show.
Every day, the Star Ferry Company shuttles passengers from its Tsim Sha Tsui pier (near the promenade) on the Kowloon Peninsula to either its Central pier or its Wan Chai pier on the Hong Kong Island side. The short voyage costs between HK$2.50 and HK$3.40 (about $0.32 and $0.44) for adults. The company also operates an hour-long tour of Victoria Harbour. You can hop on this route at any of the three piers. A variety of ticket types are available, but standard single-ride, round-trip tickets cost HK$68 (about $9) during the day and HK$128 (about $16.50) at night. For more information, consult the Star Ferry Company's website.
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#2 Victoria Peak
Along with theStar Ferry, Victoria Peak, or simply "The Peak," is a must-visit attraction simply for its incredible views. Situated atop the highest point on Hong Kong Island, The Peak is as scenic as lookouts come. Visitors are not only treated to a sea of skyscrapers and the city's beautiful blue waterways,
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