If you have budget constraints and are heading to Hong Kong, the good news is there is plenty to do here that won’t tax your wallet or bank account!
Take Self-Guided Walking Tours
Hong Kong is a great place to explore by foot and the best thing is you can enjoy self-guided walking tours. You can explore lively locales such as Mong Kok, areas like Hollywood Road home to art galleries, antique shops and Travelodge Central, Hollywood Road and bustling street markets including Ladies’ Market. For more self-guided tour options check out the itineraries at the below link: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/tours-walks/self-guided-walks/index.jsp
View the Symphony of Lights
Taking place daily at 8pm, the Symphony of Lights at Victoria Harbour is an awe-inspiring light and music show that utilises the surrounding buildings too. The Golden Bauhinia Square within easy reach for those staying at a Sheung Wan hotel and the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront offer great vantage points to catch this multimedia spectacular.
Visit Museums For Free
Wednesday is a great day for sightseeing in Hong Kong because some of the main museums offer free entrance! Amongst such attractions you can visit for no charge are the Hong Kong Science Museum, Hong Kong Space Museum and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
Engage in Tai Chi
If you head to parks such as Kowloon Park in the morning, you can take part in free classes that allow people to engage in some invigorating tai chi. Even if you don’t take part, it still is fascinating to watch and a great way to start the day.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+