30 Secrets & Things to do in Hong Kong

This is my ultimate Hong Kong travel guide including 30 things to do, secrets, best foods to eat and best places to visit which I carefully selected, like Michelin star Dim Sum at Tim Ho Wan, Hing Kee clay-pot rice dises, secret Lugard Street, Lan Fong Yuen Hong Kong tea, Yum Cha, Roasted Pigeon, Yik Cheong Building, Symphony of Lights and the vibrant Hong Kong Nightlife at LKF. Subscribe to my channel ► for new videos! Hong Kong may appear to be massive when you look at photos of its skyline but trust me it is conveniently packed and can be easily explored within 2 days. I recommend you start Hong Kong at the Victoria Peak which offers amazing views of the Hong Kong island skyline, but avoid paying $7 USD for the Skyterrace , instead take a 15-minute hike on the secret Lugard Road which leads to the best view of Hong Kong. Hong Kong-Part 1 @0:00 0) Hong Kong Intro @0:45 1) Victoria Peak @1:55 2 ) Yum Cha @2:49 3) Oddies Kowloon @3:09 4) Flower Market @3:37 5) Yuen Po Bird Garden @3:56 6) Goldfish Market @4:25 7) Chungking Mansions @4:51 8) Lan Fong Yuen @5:39 9) Yee Shun Milk Company @5:56 10) Temple Street Night Market @7:31 11) Hing Kee Restaurant @8:17 12) Bruce Lee Statue @8:28 13) Aqua Luna Chinese Junk Ship Cruise @8:45 14) Symphony of Lights @9:10 15) Eyebar Hong Kong-Part 2 @9:42 16) Tim Ho Wan @11:28 17) Noonday Gun @12:04 18) Hong Kong Promenade @12:48 19) Central-Mid-Levels Escalators @13:15 20) Ladder Street @13:21 21) Man Mo Temple @13: 45 22) Ding Dong Trams @13:59 23) Yik Cheong Building @14:34 24) Waterfall Statues Avenue @14:43 25) Kwan Yu Roasted Pigeon @15:27 26) Hoi Ting Tony Turtle Jelly @16:30 27 ) Yung Kee Goose @17:06 28) Ho Lee Fook @17:26 29) Hong Kong Nightlife @17:34 30) Hong Kong Pub Crawl Bonus Tips @18:12 Macau Daytrip, Macau Bungy, Hong Kong Disneyland, Tian Tan Buddha Download my FREE Hong Kong Travel map: (prices, discounts and photos) $47 USD OFF with Airbnb Hong Kong NEW: Hong Kong Nightlife Guide: TOP 20 Bars & Clubs Great attra ctions on Hong Kong island are the Yik Cheong building at Quarry Bay, easily reachable by subway and Oddies, Hong Kong style egg-waffles in the Central district. Other typical places to visit are Lan Fong Yuen, for their special Hong Kong tea ($3 USD), filtered to actual stockings, leaving no residue. Also try their buns seared with condensed milk. The most bizarre dish I must have eaten was the wild pigeon at Kwan Yu Roasted Meats in Causeway Bay, an entire roasted pigeon for $6 USD with a cup of extremely strong tea. A meal for champions to say the least. For a more delightful dinner, venture out to Yung Kee Restaurant for their Signature Charcoal Roasted Goose for $35 USD. Crispy goose skin covered juicy goose meat, a true local delicacy . Hong Kong also offers very fun restaurants and great for food photography, especially Yum Cha, for their cute dim sum steamer baskets containing piggy pork buns, pineapple bird cakes in a cage and funky molten custard buns. Make sure to poke a hole for the hot custard to ooze out of its mouth. I even ran into a few Reformatt subscribers from Japan and Hong Kong who were also dining at the same restaurant. Another bizarre restaurant is Hoi Tin Tong where you can try out the local turtle jelly which apparently cures you from a hangover. Although pricey, at $15 USD you may expect a lot, but it is very blend until you pour some honey into the mix. Their best treat is the almond pudding, this was beyond delicious for just $2 USD. 12% OFF Aqua Luna tickets: The BEST Hong Kong dim sum can be experience at Michelin-star restaurant Tim Ho Wan, for extremely cheap prices, Shumai at $4 USD, Har Gow at $4 USD and BBQ pork buns at $3 USD, basically $1 USD per item. Absolutely ridiculously cheap for Michelin rated food. Arrive before 5pm to avoid any line-ups. In conclusion, I have to say that Hong Kong is one of the coolest cities I’ve ever been to, but you must remember, Hong Kong is a pure business city, the locals can be very rushed and o ccupied. Hong Kong never really focused on being a hardcore tourist destination so keep that in mind. This itinerary is ideal for 2 days in Hong Kong, everything is within proximity, so you won’t spent too much time travelling around. Support my channel and become a subscriber! Click Here to Subscribe! ► Facebook ► Instagram ► Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated!.


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