Adventures Out There


The African continent is home to some of the world’s best beaches, with 18,950 miles of coastline spread across 54 countries.

Madagascar has the continent’s longest coastline at 3,000 miles, with hundreds of lovely and often lonely beaches, as well as offshore islands like île Saint-Marie, where life goes slowly and the scenery is breathtaking.

South Africa and Mozambique have the third and fourth longest coasts on the African continent, respectively, and they also boast a plethora of gorgeous beaches with magnificent scenery — Camps Bay in Cape Town is a must-see.

Mozambique also has hundreds of offshore islands, like the Bazaruto Archipelago, which has warm, clear turquoise sea, pure white beaches, and a relaxed atmosphere. More incredible stretches of coastline may be found farther north in Kenya and Tanzania, where some of the nicest beaches can also be found off the mainland in island paradises such as Zanzibar in Tanzania and Lamu Island in Kenya.

With so many beautiful stretches of sand scattered across several countries, it’s difficult to pick the finest of the best when it comes to beaches. But we believe the ones we’ve highlighted here are the most captivating on the African continent.

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1. Bazaruto Island, Mozambique

Sand dunes and a stunning beach on Bazaruto Island

Bazaruto Island is located within the Bazaruto Archipelago Marine Park in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of Mozambique, and is home to some of the most beautiful beaches we’ve ever seen. The ocean is warm and turquoise blue here, and the white sandy beaches are framed by swaying palms and towering sand dunes, providing a postcard-perfect vision of paradise.

The coral reefs surrounding Bazaruto are fantastic for snorkeling and are part of a larger archipelago famed for its incredible diving experiences.

The island is accessible by boat or small plane, and lodgings range from low-cost guesthouses to the luxury &Beyond Benguerra on a neighboring isle. The site provides accomodation in various sizes of elegant, thatched-roof huts that are ideal for honeymooners or families vacationing with children.

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2. Camps Bay Beach, Cape Town, South Africa

Camps Bay Beach in Cape Town

Camps Bay Beach, with views of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles peaks, is roughly a 10-minute drive from downtown Cape Town and is one of South Africa’s most popular beaches. Although the water is too chilly for most swimmers, sunbathing on the white-sand beach is a popular local pastime.

On summer weekends, this beach is packed with families, tourists, couples, and groups of friends looking to play beach volleyball or simply relax. When you feel too hot, take a brief swim in the Atlantic Ocean’s turquoise and emerald-striped waves. If you’re surprised by the chilliness despite the tropical appearance, you’re not alone. The current here originates in Antarctica.

South Beach Camps Bay is our favorite area to stay on this beach. The boutique hotel is decorated with original modern South African art and offers lodging in Miami-inspired studios with white-on-white decor, full kitchens, and private balconies from which to view the spectacular nightly sunsets.

Camps Bay is one of several excellent beaches within a 30-minute drive of Cape Town. The adjoining Clifton Beaches are also popular, with four coves protected from the wind and located at the bottom of a steep set of stairs leading down from the main road.

3. Nungwi Beach, Zanzibar Island, Tanzania

Aerial view of Nungwi Beach

A vacation to Zanzibar Island, off the coast of Tanzania, is a fantastic experience. The beaches, notably Nungwi, are spectacular, and Zanzibar is also culturally rich. Stone Town, Zanzibar is one of the most picturesque places to visit in Africa, with wooden dhows sailing the clear blue ocean and the vibrant bazaars of the Swahili coastal trading town.

Nungwi Beach is a stunning white-sand and palm-tree-meets-emerald-ocean scene at the island’s northern edge. It began as a modest fishing village but has since evolved into a popular tourist destination. Offshore, there is also good snorkeling and diving.

4. Anse Source D’Argent, La Digue Island, Seychelles

Anse Source d’Argent, La Digue Island

The Seychelles Islands, located off the east coast of Madagascar in the center of the Indian Ocean, have long been a favourite vacation destination for the rich and famous. There are hundreds of magnificent beaches strewn throughout the archipelago, but Anse Source d’Argent on the island of La Digue is the most picturesque.

The jungle tumbles into gigantic granite boulders across a snow-white beach and a sea that appears to be unreal. Offshore from the beach, there is also decent snorkeling. There are more magnificent beaches with a more private and exclusive vibe near resorts on the islands of Desroches, Denis, and Fregate. The ideal months to visit the Seychelles are April and May, as well as October and November, when the skies are usually clear and beautiful.

5. Naama Bay, Egypt

Naama Bay, Sharm el-Sheikh

Naama Bay, in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, is the heart of Sharm el-Sheikh, the country’s most popular beach resort. The white-sand beach meets the pristine, quiet, blue seas of the Gulf of Aqaba here, and in the distance, you can see Saudi Arabia’s mountainous shoreline.

In the winter, Europeans flock to Naama Bay to escape the cold in their home countries. The area near Sharm el-Sheikh is particularly well-known for its diving in the coral reefs around Ras Mohammed National Park, with dives suitable for all levels of experience, including beginners. In addition, there is good snorkeling in the region. There are various lodging alternatives near this beach, including Movenpick Sharm El Sheikh, a huge and sophisticated resort perched atop a cliff and overlooking the bay. Oonas Dive Club, where you may also learn to scuba dive, is a nice mid-range alternative.

6. Île Sainte-Marie, Madagascar

Sainte Marie Island, Madagascar

Madagascar, one of Africa’s most fascinating countries, is yet relatively unknown. It is home to species and flora found nowhere else on the planet, and the scenery is breathtaking. Île Sainte-Marie is one of Madagascar’s most popular beach vacation destinations, located just off the coast of eastern Madagascar.

The island has bright skies all year and is a tropical paradise with long, porcelain-white sand beaches flanked by swaying palm palms and backed by pure blue ocean. The weather is pleasant all year, with beautiful blue skies. Between July and September, humpback whales can be seen off the coast, and there is good diving among unspoiled coral gardens.

7. Shela Beach, Lamu Island, Kenya

Shela Beach, Lamu Island, Kenya

Lamu Island, off the coast north of the port town of Mombasa, has crystal-clear aquamarine and turquoise waters, white-sand beaches, palm trees, and good snorkeling and diving. Shela Beach is a beautiful beach in the relaxing village of Shela Village. Time flows slowly here, and you may spend hours just watching the white-sailed dhows pass past in front of you on the Indian Ocean.

For a taste of culture, visit Lamu Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Kenya’s oldest communities, dating back 700 years. Spend some time exploring its winding streets. You may also arrange an island-hopping excursion in a traditional dhow, which will take you across the archipelago and introduce you to hidden beaches.

8. Agadir, Morocco

Umbrellas on an empty beach in Agadir, Morocco

The most famous beach in Morocco is Agadir’s gold-sand beach on the country’s southern Atlantic coast. The family-friendly beach and resort town beyond it are particularly popular with European winter visitors who come here to escape the cold in their home countries.

The beach is divided into several portions, including two private sections dubbed Palm Beach and Sunset Beach, which are only accessible to guests of the resorts located on them.

If you’re traveling with children, consider staying at the Iberostar Founty Beach, which has a variety of kid-friendly activities and situated on a beautiful stretch of sand.

9. Coffee Bay, South Africa

Beach at Coffee Bay along the Wild Coast in South Africa

Coffee Bay is another stunning beach in South Africa, located on the mountainous Wild Coast, which stretches along the country’s Indian Ocean coastline in the Eastern Cape province. Green hills and cliffs meet a vast swath of gold beach and the Indian Ocean’s deep blue waves here..

The sea may be moody and turbulent here, and there are some fantastic surf breaks nearby, but it’s not ideal for swimming. Still, when it comes to brooding raw beauty, Coffee Bay is hard to surpass, and this is a fantastic beach for lengthy hikes. The town has only a few backpackers and guesthouses and retains a rural vibe that many visitors will enjoy. Only eight kilometers from Coffee Bay lies Hole In The Wall, a rock in the seat at the mouth of the Mpako River that puts on a dramatic display of force when the water crashes through it.

10. Bom Bom Beach, Principe

Aerial view of Bom Bom Beach

Bom Bom beach is on the smaller of two islands in the Gulf of Guinea, off the coast of West Africa, and is part of the island republic of So Tomé and Prncipe. The beach on its northern side is part of the Bom Bom Island Resort, an eco-friendly hotel choice on a tiny islet connected to the mainland by a long boardwalk. Cabins on the beach provide lodging, and there is an on-site restaurant.

This lovely beach is ideal for environment lovers, particularly bird watchers. There is also a chance to view nesting sea turtles around here. Other popular activities for visitors include whale viewing, snorkeling, and deep sea fishing. It is best to visit this remote destination during the dry season between June and October.

11. Trou-aux-Biches, Mauritius

Trou-aux-Biches, Mauritius

Mauritius is an Indian Ocean island group located off the east coast of Madagascar, near the Seychelles. Mauritius, which is slightly more affordable than the Seychelles, is also home to several white-sand beaches set against a gorgeous blue sea.

Trou-aux-Biches is one of the country’s best beaches, located on the main island near the same-named tiny town. The beach here is one mile long, with fluffy white sand. The water here is tranquil and ideal for swimming. There are options for everything from jet skiing to kayaking if you want to get out on the water in a watercraft. Near this beach, there are a number of hotels in various price ranges, including options for families, as well as restaurants serving island and foreign cuisine. The dry season, between September and December, and April and May, are the finest periods to visit Mauritius.

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12. Skeleton Coast, Namibia

The Skeleton Coast in Namibia

You won’t want to swim or even sunbathe here, as the water is freezing and the skies are often shrouded in mist. But few places in the world are as hauntingly beautiful as the beaches along Namibia’s Skeleton Coast.

This sparsely populated coastline between the Swakop and Kunene Rivers north of the town of Swakopmund is a ruggedly wild region where the Atlantic Ocean meets the dunes of the Namib Desert.

The name comes from all the wrecked ships found along this beach that ran aground over the centuries in the shallow and choppy waters. If you’re into bird-watching, there are a lot of seabirds near the wrecks. The area is also home to a large colony of seals.

When it comes to music festivals, Europe unquestionably reigns supreme. You’ve come to the correct place if you’re looking for a list of the best European music festivals in 2022. There will be thousands of music festivals throughout Europe that will entice music fans to get up and dance. These annual events, which include outstanding performers and a dynamic atmosphere, provide an opportunity to see the majority of your favorite acts. Come experience the enchantment of music at these high-energy European Music Festivals with live music performances. The following are some of the best European music festivals, including a wide range of genres.

Here are the top eight music festivals in Europe to attend this year.

Tomorrowland 22nd – 24th July & 29th – 31st July; Boom, Belgium

Tomorrowland has been one of the world’s largest electronic music festivals since 2005. A vast roster of well-known musicians such as Alesso, Nicole Moudaber, David Guetta, Diplo, Amelie Lens, Marshmello, Purple Disco Machine, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Vintage Culture, and many more will leave you speechless. These hand-picked performers will perform in front of thousands of fans from all over the world. Tomorrowland in Belgium is famous for its complex stage designs and meticulous attention to detail, which will make you feel as if you’ve been transported to another universe. Purchase your tickets as soon as possible because they frequently sell out in less than an hour. A 16 km drive from south of Antwerp will get you to this amazing European music festival in 2022. With incredible music, spectacular firework shows, lip-smacking food, and an unbelievable lineup, this will be one of the best music festival experiences.

Tomorrowland, an European music festivals held in Boom, Belgium.

Creamfields 25th – 28th August; Daresbury, England

Creamfields is a significant British dance music festival that attracts the best names in the industry, including Calvin Harris, Eric Prydz, David Guetta, Carl Cox, Becky Hill, Fatboy Slim, Camelphat, deadmau5, Charlotte de Witte, Jamie Jones, and Amelie Lens. Creamfields will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year by creating a second festival called Creamfields South. As a result, the well-known Daresbury festival will now be called as Creamfields North. Make arrangements to attend Creamfield’s 25th Anniversary celebration. This music festival is conveniently placed between Liverpool and Manchester. It is fairly simple to get here by any method of transportation.

Creamfields, the biggest dance music festival in the world

Balaton Sound, 29th  June – 2nd July; Lake Balaton, Hungary

Balaton Sound is one of the largest open-air electronic European music festivals on Lake Balaton, Hungary. There’s an impressive lineup of the world’s best EDM, house and hip-hop artists like Martin Garrix, Marshmello, Alesso, Moksi and Timmy Trumpet this year. The event is getting more popular each year because it is held on the shore of the largest lake in Central Europe in mid-summer. This festival has put Hungary on the map in regards to being a key destination for lakeside European festivals. Just 90 minutes from Budapest, people come to Balaton Sound from all corners of Europe to enjoy the music, party hard and experience a fantastic sunset on the beautiful Lake Balaton.

Wireless Festival 1st – 10th July; London & Birmingham

This year’s Ultimate Music Festival will take place in three different sites. Two will take place in London (Crystal Palace and Finsbury Park) from July 1st to 3rd, and one in Birmingham from July 8th to 10th (National Exhibition Center). Wireless 2022 will feature performances by global superstars such as Cardi B, A$AP Rocky, J.Cole, SZA, Doja Cat, Tyler, and many more. This event is expected to be significantly larger and better than the previous Wireless Festival. Please keep in mind that children under the age of five are not permitted at Wireless Festival. Children from 5 to 15 must be accompanied at all times by a parent or adult.

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Sziget Festival 10th – 15th August; Óbuda Island, Budapest

It is one of the largest multicultural European music festivals held in Budapest, Hungary, on Óbudai-Sziget, a small island on the Danube. It is held every summer and the line-up presents international artists from all genres, be it blues and jazz, to rock, hip-hop and heavy metal. 2022 will see the biggest names in the music industry like Arctic Monkeys, Gorillaz, Kendrick Lamar, Muse, and Rihanna performing. This week-long music festival is one of the longest colorful music & art festivals in Europe. Apart from music one can also enjoy cinema, theatre, circus shows, dance stages, and sports. Don’t miss the Sziget Festival as it has been one of Europe’s go-to music festivals for nearly three decades now.

Sziget Music Festival in Budapest Hungary

Ultra-Europe 8th – 10th July; Split, Croatia

The huge Croatian dance music festival is finally returning to Park Mladeži in Split, Croatia after two years. This high energetic summer dance music event will be held in the historic stadium of Poljud, Split, Croatia. This year’s line-up includes stage veterans like Martin Garrix, Alesso, Adam Beyer & Tiësto. You will also get to see Trance legends Armin van Buuren and Vini Vici. New Ultra Europe performers, Timmy Trumpet and Oliver Heldens will also be making an appearance this year. The three-day festive spirit is stretched out to a full week with some opening parties and after-parties.

Ultra Europe in Croatia

Roskilde 25th  June – 2nd July; Near Copenhagen, Denmark

This non-profit event, one of the largest Danish music festivals in Northern Europe, will take you on a unique musical trip with 175 music artists spread across eight stages. Roskilde Festival is Northern Europe’s largest and oldest music and arts festival, hosted by the Roskilde Festival Charity Society. All festival earnings will be distributed to humanitarian, cultural, and non-profit projects that assist people all over the world. The volunteers administer and manage every aspect of the festival. This event lasts eight days and features music from rock, reggae, hip-hop, metal, electronic, and other genres.

Sonar Music Festival 16th – 18th June; Barcelona, Spain

This European event, which began in 1994, has grown to become one of the most well-known European music festivals today. The Sonar Music Festival is well-known for its distinctive format, which exhibits the most recent trends in dance, electronic, and alternative music. Every year, during three days in June, Barcelona is inundated with thousands of fans from all across Europe wearing huge sunglasses and stylish flip flops. The Sonar music festival 2022 will take place at two locations in Barcelona. Sonar by Day takes place at the foot of Montjuc, while Sonar by Night takes place in the spectacular Fira Gran Via complex. Along with hundreds of artists, performers, and DJs, we can expect to see some famous names perform on stage. The three-day festival includes not only music but also artistic installations, workshops, discussions, debates, and seminars.

There is an unending list of European music events. These music festivals feature everything from contemporary music to metal music, folk art to modern art. Add any of Europe’s upcoming music festivals to your itinerary to make unforgettable experiences with your family and friends. Save the dates, because the craziness of Europe’s largest music festivals will blow your head!

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What is the biggest concert in Europe?

Tomorrowland in Belgium is the largest electronic music festival in the world, not only in Europe.

How many music festivals are there in Europe?

There are over 400 music festivals happening in 13 European countries.

Which concert has the biggest crowd in the world?

Jean-Michel Jarre’s concert that happened in 1997 was attended by over 3.5 million people, making it the most attended concert in the world.

Which country has the most music festivals?

The United Kingdom has hosted approximately 241 music festivals, making it the country with the most number of music festivals.

Which European country does the spot Music Festival take place in?

Spot is one of the famous music festivals in Europe that takes place annually in the city of Aarhus, Denmark to help showcase the talent of upcoming Danish and Scandinavian artists.

The British Virgin Islands are a British treasure located in the eastern Caribbean Sea. The British Virgin Islands, like Jamaica, the Bahamas, and Barbados, are made up of four big islands and 32 smaller islands. The islands are home to magnificent retreats and breathtaking scenery. The British Virgin Islands, in comparison to other Caribbean islands, are less populated and busy. The islands acquire their names from Saint Ursula’s legend and the narrative of 11,000 virgins. When Columbus discovered the Virgin Islands, he was reminded of the legend, and the islands have been known as the Virgin Islands ever since. The archipelago is shared by the US Virgin Islands and the Spanish Virgin Islands, both of which you can visit. These islands have become a mecca for sailing, surfing, scuba diving, and other activities that have drawn thousands of tourists over the years.

Junkboat of Hong Kong at Night

“A New York minute is a Hong Kong second,” is a proverb used by expats who live in this exciting metropolis. When you come to this city, it is simple to understand why. From the moment you arrive, Hong Kong exudes energy and doesn’t let you down while you’re there. In Hong Kong, there are so many interesting locations to explore. Every area of Hong Kong is bound to astonish you, from stunning beaches to secluded Islands, from forested highlands to traditional fishing communities. This city offers you unique opportunities to pique your senses with its myriad attractions to discover. A classic description of it is “a photographer’s heaven.” So, when visiting Hong Kong, what photos do you wish to take?

Check Out These Top Hong Kong Destinations

Check Out Victoria Peak’s View

It is one of Hong Kong’s many breathtaking tourist destinations. View the enormous city in detail from Victoria Peak. This is undoubtedly the most well-known attraction in the city since it offers a breathtaking 180-degree perspective of the metropolitan skyline. The peak, which rises 1805 feet above sea level, provides breath-taking views of Victoria Harbour, Kowloon, and Hong Kong Island. You may even see the eight mountains that make up Kowloon on particularly clear days. There are several methods to get there, with the tram ride being the most well-liked. Whether you see it in the day or the night, the image stays with you even as you travel back to your home.

Tourist peak tram in Hong Kong – Victoria Peak

Attend The Symphony Of Lights

It is a light show, as the name would imply, and it lasts for 10 to 15 minutes every night at 8:00 p.m. This event is unlike any other because it uses 40 buildings on either side of the harbor, making it the biggest ever permanent light and sound spectacle. In this instance, the entire city serves as the stage, and some of the most well-known structures act as the artists. The Symphony of Lights is a celebration of the city and its inhabitants, showcasing their diversity, vibrancy, and spirit via a synchronized display of vibrant lights. One of the best sites to visit in Hong Kong without a doubt, and it’s also free.

Charter-A Junk Boat

A trip on a junk boat is a well-liked weekend activity for getting away from the city’s crowds. These traditional boats with big sails are a well-known symbol of Hong Kong. Originally used to gather fish, junk boats are today a popular tourist attraction. Numerous companies, like Castelo Concepts, provide seven-hour rides that include with meals and an open bar for up to 14 persons. Rent a junk boat and take a tranquil river cruise as a result. It is a lovely way to take in the sea and discover some off-the-beaten-path locations. Take one of these boat tours to marvel at the breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s skyline.

Ride the Star Ferry

The Star Ferry, Hong Kong.

Twenty million passengers go over Victoria Harbor each year on the Star Ferry. It has been around since 1888 and doesn’t look to be going anywhere any time soon. Even though Hong Kong has one of the best public transit systems in the world, the ferry voyage is something you wouldn’t want to skip after traveling all the way here. You may take one of the most beautiful boat journeys in the world for a small cost. It enables you to look at the skylines on both sides of the ocean at once. These eight to ten minute ferry excursions begin early in the morning and run all day until eleven o’clock at night.

Experience the Magic of Disneyland And Ocean Park

No traveler—children, adolescents, or adults—would want to skip Disneyland. The primary concept of Disneyland is storytelling. Here, while music is playing in the background, you can see your favorite Disney characters strolling through the theme park. A truly wonderful encounter! Ocean Park, on the other hand, emphasizes learning through outdoor activities. A marine mammal park, an animal theme park, and an amusement park are all located here. Due to all of these factors, Disneyland and Ocean Park are among the top tourist destinations in Hong Kong. It’s best to get your tickets in advance.

Go On A Sightseeing Tour

From various vantage points, Hong Kong has some of the most breathtaking panoramic views. From well-known vantage spots like Sky Terrace 428 at The Peak, Sky 100 Observation Deck in Kowloon, Monetary Authority Viewpoint from IFC Tower 2, and Lantau Peak, you can take in breathtaking skylines. The temples and museums that showcase Hong Kong’s culture and history are additional attractions that should not be missed.

Nature view at Sai kung Country Park

Be A Part Of The Chinese New Year Celebration

Without a doubt, this is one of the most well-known attractions in Hong Kong that every traveler should see. On the second day of the Spring Festival, at Victoria Harbor, the Chinese New Year is celebrated. A stunning display of fireworks and laser light is something to see. The finest places to view this fireworks display, which lasts for around 25 to 30 minutes, are on both sides of the port front. The greatest places to see the entire city include Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Wan Chai, from a boat or from The Peak, or you can make a reservation at a restaurant. To avoid the crowds, you may alternatively reserve a hotel room with a bay view. The three days celebrations that include night parades, fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the world’s top festival event lists.

Feel The Calm At Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery

The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery in Sha Tin, one of the quietest areas, is a popular tourist destination in Hong Kong. The monastery, which is perched on a mountaintop, can only be reached by ascending 400 steep, winding steps. Wander around the golden Buddha while striking a variety of stances to experience spiritualism and achieve enlightenment. You will undoubtedly remember your trip to this lovely monastery and its 10,000 Buddha statues when you return home. A monastery without monks, Man Fat Sze, is another name for this location. Visit this location in the foothills of Hong Kong’s countryside, which is open daily from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm.

Walk Through The Kowloon Walled City Park

The Kowloon Walled City Park is one of the best spots to visit in Hong Kong if you enjoy taking walks. Four seasons serve as the theme for the eight landscape zones that make up this park. The 3-hall Yamen is the focal point and is located directly in the middle. The names of the streets and buildings of the former Kowloon Walled City may be found on nearly every signboard throughout the park. One outdoor exhibition area and six inside ones have recently opened at Walled City Park to describe life in the former Walled City and its inhabitants. A few intact artifacts can be seen as well, including old wells, cannons, inscribed stones, the abandoned ancient south gate, etc. The walks, statues, pavilions, and gardens are additional delights.

Savour Tasty Dim Sums

Did you realize that the term “touch your heart” is Dim Sum? You certainly do now! They consist of dumplings and other meals that are typically served family-style in steamer baskets or on small plates. Isn’t that delicious? Although it was originally only eaten in the morning or early afternoon, you can now have it whenever you choose. Hong Kong is the best location in the world to take advantage of it. It’s real and abounds everywhere! The most popular and authentic dish in the city is dim sum, so make sure to try some.

Shop Like A Shopaholic

Dim Sum

Hong Kong is renowned as a shopping Mecca for its chic malls, boutiques, smart shops, multipurpose stores, department stores, art shops, and day and night street markets. This location is a veritable wonderland for shopaholics thanks to the abundance of options. The PMQ courtyard in SoHo, Jardines Crescent in Causeway Bay, Ladies Market & Temple Street in Kowloon, and Cat Street Market in Sheung Wan are a few of the most well-known street markets you should visit. Perhaps the best place to shop is in Hong Kong.

Hike The Dragon’s Back

One of the most daring spots to visit in Hong Kong is the Dragon’s Back Trail, which is a part of the Shek-O-Country Park on the southern shore. Starting from the summit, this trail descends to a lovely beach. What a great way to finish a hike than with some calm waves. It is a moderate hike that covers an 8.5 km journey in around 4 hours. We have the opportunity to observe the opposite side of Hong Kong from the top of the hill. This hike is one of the most well-liked hikes in Hong Kong since it has lush foliage on both sides as you journey and stunning sandy beaches at the conclusion. Don’t forget to carry some water, a bathing suit and a towel on this hike.

A One Day Trip To The Venice of Hong Kong

Popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong include the Tai O Fishing Village, widely known as the “Venice of Hong Kong.” The name Tai O, which means large inlet, comes from the fact that this old fishing community was established on the banks of a river. The boat people lived in this area for more than 200 years. Visitors come here to take in the peaceful lifestyle of the hamlet, see the floating markets, appreciate the classic stilt houses, taste regional delicacies, and tuck into an abundance of seafood. Every day, a large number of people come here to explore a completely different side of Hong Kong. A visit to Tai O Fishing Village is an experience you won’t find anywhere else in Hong Kong.

Take Off To The Hong Kong Space Museum

The Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront is where the Hong Kong space museum is situated. This is the first planetarium in the area constructed for the popularization of astronomy and space science, covering an area of 8000 square meters.

A fascinating landmark to see is the distinctive egg-shaped dome built by chief architect Joseph Ming Gun Lee. Events including an astronomical carnival, astronomy competitions, engaging scientific lab sessions, talks, and astronomy movie screenings are organized by this museum. This is one of the most significant tourist destinations in Hong Kong for space enthusiasts. The interactive activities allow you a richer experience of the virtual space station. Plan appropriately because this space station is closed on Tuesdays.

Big Buddha or Tian Tan Buddha Statue

One of the tallest Buddha statues in the world, the Tian Tan Buddha Statue stands 34 meters tall. The Po Lin monastery on Lantau Island is atop the nearly 12-year-old Big Buddha. From a distance, the statue’s incredible immensity is seen. The cable car, which takes 25 minutes to arrive, is the best way to get to the Big Buddha statue. Incredible cable car journeys transport you over mountains, water, and forests. I advise you to purchase a combo ticket that includes the Ngong Ping Cable Car and Big Buddha tour guides.

Tian Tan Buddha statue at Po Lin Monastery in Hong Kong

Follow These Travel Tips To Make The Most Of Your Visit To Hong Kong

After you land, take the airport express as that’s the fastest way to reach Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

·         Get an Octopus prepaid card for paying for all types of bills, be it transportation, food or shopping.

·         Save money with the Hong Kong attraction pass. These passes not only give you access to most of the attractions but also allow you to skip waiting in line to buy tickets.

·         The Star Ferry is the cheapest and the fastest way to travel in Hong Kong between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

The connectors and adapters are different in Hong Kong, so carry a multi-device charger for your gadgets.

·         To go to Victoria Peak take a taxi instead of the tram as it saves a lot of your time and it’s cheaper too.

·         Some of the best museums of Hong Kong don’t charge an entry fee on Wednesdays.

·         The weather in Hong Kong is unpredictable, so always carry an umbrella with you.

·         Download the mobile app Moovit which is a great help with routes/times/directions when using public transport.

·         Pick an accommodation close to the MTR as it’s super easy to understand and get around Hong Kong in the Metro.

·         As Cantonese and English are the official languages of Hong Kong you don’t have to worry about learning a few words of the local language.

·         Finish all your shopping during the weekdays as the weekend tends to get very crowded.

Where have you planned your next holiday? Add Hong Kong to your list of trips and make each moment count in the city. Be it the best Michelin-starred restaurants or the scenic views from the top, there are many memorable places to visit in Hong Kong. The city has something for everyone to be entertained and enticed to come back for more. It doesn’t matter where you go this time; Hong Kong awaits your presence.

What are the best adventure things to do in Hong Kong?

Zip lining, Kayaking, Cannoning, Camping, Surfing, Rock Climbing, Wakeboarding, Trekking, Cliff Zip lining are few of the exciting things you can do in Hong Kong.

Are 3 days enough in Hong Kong?

3 to 4 days is enough to enjoy the best of Hong Kong city, but if you’re planning Macau then add another day to it.

What is the best time to visit Hong Kong?

The summers in Hong Kong are generally hot and humid, so the best time to visit Hong Kong would be from September to December.

Is Hong Kong part of China?

Hong Kong is a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China where they follow “One country but two systems”.

Is Hong Kong expensive?

Travel to Hong Kong is generally expensive, but tourists have a lot of options for cheap food and accommodation.

Is Hong Kong worth visiting?

Apart from the impressive skyline and mouth-watering dim sum, Hong Kong has got a lot more to offer and it’s worth the visit.

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