Hong Kong


Victoria Harbor is located between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula, which is the largest harbor in Asia and the third largest one in the world. Victoria Harbor influences Hong Kong's history, culture, economy and tourism greatly, which earns Hong Kong the fame of International metropolis. Victoria Harbor is regarded as one of the 50 must-visit tourist destinations in one's life by the National Geographic magazine in America.

Located in the western half of Hong Kong Island, Victoria Peak, also known as Mount Austin, is the summit of Hong Kong island, which enjoys the best place to have a panoramic view of the breath-taking Victoria Harbor and the surrounding islands. With its unbeatable geographic features and unparalleled landscape, Victoria Peak becomes a must-visit for a fantastic Hong Kong trip and attracts seven million visitors every year.


Located on reclaimed land in Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is the first theme park located inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and the 11th theme park in the world. Covering about 40 hectares, Hong Kong Disneyland has a daily capacity of 34,000 visitors. Since September 12th, 2005, the day it opened to public, it has been attracting thousands of travelers to pay a visit every year, which is really a great place for family tours.

Travel Tips

Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Admission Fee: 399RMB for adult ticket, 285RMB for Child Ticket, 1083RMB for Family Ticket (2 adults & 1child) 

Open Time: 10:00-20:00 

How to get to: 

By Metro: Take the Hong Kong Metro accessible to Tung Chung Line and then transfer at the Sunny Bay Station for the Disneyland Resort Line. 

By Bus: Take the bus R11 (to North Point) and R22 (to Yau Tong), Bus R33 (to Tuen Mun Railway Station) and R42 (to Tai Wai Railway Station) to get there.

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