What to do in Hong Kong? As a city well-blended the oriental and western culture, Hong Kong is not only a bustling commercial city, a shopping paradise. It offers more. Then what else to do and see in Hong Kong? TopChinaTravel would like to introduce some popular activities and entertainments for you of this city to find you a way to access to the local culture, to explore more about this city and experience the different beauty in your own way.
Address: Hong Kong local staduims
No matter when you come to visit Hong Kong, you may always have a chance to buy a ticket to enjoy a concert hold by an entertainment star from the whole world.
Hong Kong is a popular venue for both local and international entertainers. The music scene is brimming over with activity offering fans of every stripe the musical moments they will cherish forever.
International stars that have graced the stage in Hong Kong include R.E.M., Dianna Krall, Norah Jones and Boney M as well as classical artists like Jose Carreras, Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman. Headline Chinese acts have included Leo Ku, Beyond, Kelly Chen, Sammi Cheng, Jackie Cheung and Sam Hui.
Venue: Local horse racing stadium
Time: Most on Wednesday and weekend
When referring the favorite sport in Hong Kong, horse racing match will be the top one among locals. The exciting atmosphere in the horse racing stadium, the loud shouting from audiences and the fierce competition on the tracks, will be impressive for the people who are taking apart in.
From September to June/July, on most Wednesday evenings and during the day at weekends, hooves pound down the stretch at Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island and Sha Tin in the New Territories. Happy Valley is surrounded by Wong Nai Chung Road and Morrison Hill Road. The track was rebuilt in 1995, and became a world-class horse racing facility. Several football, hockey and rugby fields are encircled by the horseracing track. Aside from the excitement of the races, the track also has four distinct horse-related exhibitions, a cinema and a souvenir shop.
Venue: Victoria Harbor
Star Ferry, with a history of over hundred years, is a very typical and major transportation conveyance on the sea that operates between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
As a pearl of China, Hong Kong is tender as charming with the ocean and peaceful surroundings. When you take a ferry in Hong Kong and sway yourself with sea waves, you will know why this city is attractive.
With 12 double-deck ferries, the well-equipped cabins on upper decks will provide a comfortable environment. The better view from lower decks also ensures travelers needs. There is a specially designed tour ferry that features a coffee house and a sunbathing deck. It has proved to be popular with tourists who can enjoy a cup of coffee or just relax while watching the many sights of Victoria Harbor.
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