Don't miss these Hong Kong attractions
Ocean Park is Southeast Asia's largest leisure complex. It lies between Aberdeen and Repulse Bay, it provides a great day of fun for the whole family. Ocean Park offers some awesome activities such as, a cable car, the world's longest escalator, marineland shows and exhibitions, a shark tunnel, an aviary, a butterfly house, a Dinosaur Discovery trail, a huge roller coaster and a number of other exciting rides. Ocean Park is open daily from 10:00am to 06:00pm and the admission fares are HK$165 for adults and HK$85 for children aged 3-11.
Waterworld is situated next to Ocean Park and is under the same management. Waterworld has several pools, slides and diving platforms, a river you can float down, a rapids ride and even a pool with a sandy beach and waves. Waterworld is the perfect place to cool down on a hot summers' day. Waterworld is open daily from 09:00am to 09:00pm in July and August, and from 10:00am to 06:00pm in June and September. Please note that the park is closed from October to May. The entry fee is HK$65 for adults and HK$33 for kids.
Hollywood Road and Ladder Street
Hollywood Road is the perfect place to by souvenirs, it is a terrific area for antiques, Chinese porcelain, and paintings. Ladder street is an almost straight up street, hence the name, that has hundreds of little shops, selling everything Chinese.
Hong Kong Railway Museum
The Hong Kong Railway Museum is a small picturesque museum, a must see for all railway enthusiasts. It is situated in the old Tai Po Market railway station, which was first opened in 1913. It showcases photographs, old coaches, samples of tracks and a full-size model of an electric train compartment.
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
This picturesque little museum is devoted to preserve the history, arts and cultural heritage of Hong Kong. It is situated in Sha Tin, and showcases a permanent exhibition on the New Territories, a gallery devoted to the history and performance of the Cantonese opera in Hong Kong and a amazing Children's Discovery Gallery of natural and cultural history, including the making of toys.