Hong Kong, Asia’s World City is a top travel destination among travelers from all corners of the world. From backpackers to honeymooners, you meet people from all walks of life in Hong Kong. It is said that Hong Kong never sleeps and its streets never blink. Hong Kong is the city of dreams and many dreams do come true in Hong Kong. Below is a list of top honeymoon destinations in Hong Kong for the newly married couple or the seasoned honeymooners.
Kowloon is a very famous area in Hong Kong comprising of Kowloon Peninsula and New Kowloon. Kowloon is one of the most frequented places by first time visitors to Hong Kong. The place which is famous for its harbor, is host to a captivating view of the city shoreline. You can either take an evening stroll on the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, which lets you look across the harbor to see the tall buildings of the city lit up or you can take a ride on the top deck of the Star Ferry and witness the captivating view of Hong Kong. The Kowloon Park which is a garden set in the middle of the bustling city is host to serene beauty of nature. The elegant Hyatt Regency which is close by serves as a perfect place for honeymooners.
Hong Kong Island
Home to the luxurious and expensive five-star hotel Four Seasons, Hong Kong Island is the perfect honeymoon destination for many. The hotel offers top class food, as it has to its credit world famous chefs from internationally famous restaurants. The rooms at the Four Season hotel offers captivating views of the beautiful city and is very romantic at the same time. For a different type of dining experience, you can take a boat ride to the Jumbo Floating Restaurant. The restaurant offers classical Chinese cuisine, in a posh and well thought décor. Visiting Hong Kong Island will be a waste if you don’t take a tram ride to Victoria Peak, which is host to the magnificent views of the city skyline.
The beautiful district of Sha Tin is one of the finest travel destinations Hong Kong has to offer. The district which is an area around the Shing Mun River, is home to the finest race course in all of Hong Kong. When visiting Sha Tin, don’t forget to take a train ride to the Sha Tin racecourse, which is the finest in Hong Kong, located in Penfold Park, Hong Kong’s largest. If you are a couple with an appetite for art and culture, visit the Hong Kong Museum of Art or the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, to get an insight into the lives and culture of the beautiful and lively people of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is a place of never ending dreams and exploring. No matter how much you explore Hong Kong, it always has something more for you. Think no more and book your tickets for Asia’s World City today!