Things to do in Hong Kong for FREE | Travel Guide 2020

Things to do in Hong Kong for FREE | Travel Guide 2020


In this video, we’ll show 5 amazing things
you can do in Hong Kong completely free of charge. Despite the fact that Hong Kong is
one of the most expensive cities in the world, there is plenty you can do for free. Don’t forget to like this video, subscribe
to our channel, and enable notifications. And share your own Hong Kong suggestions or
ask a question in the comments below. Here are our top five picks: NUMBER 1: TEMPLES Hong Kong is home to many amazing temples. Visit Wong Tai Sin Temple, located in Kowloon, which is primarily a Taoist temple, but also
features Buddhist and Confucian worshiping halls. Part of the Wong Tai Sin Temple includes
a wonderful Good Wish Garden, which is a miniature replica of the
Summer Palace in Beijing. There are many other impressive temples
to discover, for example, Man Mo Temple, Chi Lin Nunnery,
Po Lin Monastery, etc. Check the description for more information. NUMBER 2: SYMPHONY OF LIGHTS The symphony of lights is a light and sound
show covering over 40 buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbor. The show takes place every
day at 8 PM and lasts around 10 minutes. It is recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s Largest Permanent Light
and Sound Show. For the best views of the show, you can go
to the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, Golden Bauhinia Square, or to a bar or a
restaurant such as The One, Ozone, or Felix. Hong Kong also offers other similar shows
like the ICC Light and Music Show and Hong Kong Pulse 3D Light Show which is displayed
on the wall of the Hong Kong Cultural Center in the summer and winter months. NUMBER 3: HONG KONG PARK Hong Kong Park is a public park and an oasis
in the middle of Hong Kong Central District right under Victoria Peak. It provides a relaxing
environment with its Tai Chi garden, artificial waterfall, and even features an amazing aviary. It is hard to believe you are in a big city
when you are in the park. Of course, the park, including the aviary,
is completely free of charge. You can also visit Victoria Peak, a hill above
Hong Kong park using Hong Kong public transportation, so instead of taking the more expensive Peak
Tram, you can reach this amazing attraction with breathtaking views by bus. There are many other great free parks in Hong
Kong, for example, Kowloon Park, Victoria Park, Hong Kong Zoological and
Botanical Gardens, etc. NUMBER 4: TIAN TAN BUDDHA Tian Tan Buddha is a 111 feet tall statue
located on the Hong Kong island Lantau. Although the place looks like it has been
there for centuries, it was only constructed in 1993. Usually, Buddha statues face south
but this one faces north, supposedly to look over the Chinese people. There is no entrance fee to the park and if
you don’t want to spend around $25 to ride the impressive cable car, you can reach the
statue by public bus. If you’re up for an authentic experience,
don’t miss the nearby fishing village Tai O, where you will find a very different
Hong Kong from high rises and city life. Tai O is also reachable by public bus. NUMBER 5: HIKING AND TRAILS Since Hong Kong is not just high rises
and concrete, you can take one of the several breathtaking hikes like Dragons back, Maclehose
trail, Lantau trail, High Junk Peak Hike. You will discover a completely new perspective
of this amazing blend of modern city and nature. Do you have a favorite free thing to do in
Hong Kong or have you been to one of the places we described in this video? Share it in the
comments below. And don’t forget to like this video, subscribe
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7 thoughts on “Things to do in Hong Kong for FREE | Travel Guide 2020

  1. Hong Kong is so expensive that it is really nice to have some things to do and see that do not cost anything. Your footage is amazing!

  2. Awesome city, and unlike the USA, this city doesn't have homeless. In the USA all cities and I mean all of them are ruined by homeless, most of them are drug addicts, alcoholics, mentally ill, disfunctional individuals, criminales, etc. And most of our homeless are lazy white and black individuals, it is hard to say this, but the truth is the truth. I live in Chicago and I have never seen an Asian homeless, or Arab homeles, it is always lazy white and black individuals. Chicago has a huge homeless problem. ?‍♀️?‍♀️?‍♀️?‍♀️

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