Repulse Bay is located in southern part of Hong Kong. If you enter the Repulse Bay you can see the two mega statues of the Queen of Heaven and the God of Mercy (Kwan-yin) placed in front of the park to warmly welcome you to the spot. This is the very luxurious residential place which perfect for dining and aquatic activates in Hong Kong. It is considered as one of the important spot in Hong Kong where local and tourist can escape from the heat of sun. If you have an idea of swimming in repulsive bay then just go for it, this bay provides the shark prevention net also the guards are on duty for the safety of peoples. Lighthouse, View of Sunset & Barbecue Racks which can be found under shades of trees makes your time in Repulse Bay even more interesting. You can also see the colonial-style buildings here, the Zhenhai Tower Park in the Repulse Bay was built in the traditional Chinese style that is located near to the beach. Visitors can also spend their time in designers shop, Hotels & café shops around here. And if you get chance to Repulse Bay then get into the award-winning restaurants to add more spice to your vacation.
HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is located/built on an artificial island at the Chek Lap Kok Island on north of Lantau Island. This airport has been rank 4th in the World's Top 100 Airports - in 2015 ranking by Skytrax (a UK based consultancy which runs an airline and airport review and ranking site) also this airport has acquired 7th place in the world's busiest airports by passenger traffic ranking. Where the total area of the airport is 1,255 hectares and it has two Terminals (Terminal 1 and Terminal 2). Terminal 1 in HKIA is considered as the third largest airport passenger terminal building in the world after Dubai International Airport's Terminal 3 and Beijing Capital International Airport's Terminal 3. This airport is the primary hub for Cathay Pacific (the flag carrier of Hong Kong), Air Hong Kong (cargo carrier), Hong Kong Express Airways, Hong Kong Airlines and Dragonair. It serves over 100 airlines operating flights to about 180 locations worldwide, including 44 destinations on the Chinese Mainland.
HKIA is also a perfect place for shoppers too, where they can find large number of shopping outlets under these categories (where in each category it contains lots of shops): Beauty & Personal Care (T1 & SkyPier), Books, Arts & Crafts, Convenience Stores (SkyPier), Electronics & Telecom, Fashion & Fashion Accessories (T1 & T2), Jewelry & Watches (T1), Kid's Wear & Toys (T2), Liquor & Tobacco (T1 & SkyPier), Money Exchange & Banking (SkyPier), Packaged Food (T2), Photo Imaging Services & Travel Accessories (T2). If you are foodie and searching for the Food and Beverage outlets, there is no need to do that in HKIA as it offers plenty of outlets under the categories of Asian Restaurants, Bakery, Chinese Restaurants & Hong Kong Style Coffee Shops, Dessert, Fast Food & Food Courts, Vegetarian Choices, Western Restaurants and Bars & Coffee Shops, where you can find plenty of shops in each of this category and all these are located in both the Terminals (T1 and T2). HKIA also has a place of fun and entertainment for adults and kids as well, GreenLive AIR (a place for golf lovers), Dream Come True Education Park (Perfect place for your kids), UA IMAX Theatre @Airport and Aviation Discovery Centre (ADC) (a place where visitors can discover the fascinating aviation related topics and aviation development of Hong Kong through fun and exciting settings. It is designed with aviation themed exhibits and graphics with attractions including Skydeck).
The Airport also offers other such facilities like, free Wi-Fi, Mobile Charging Outlets, Health & Medical Services, Children Play Areas, Children's TV Lounges, Automated Photo Kiosks, Post Office Services, Prayer rooms, Internet & Business Facilities, In-terminal transport (The Automated People Mover (APM) takes passengers from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1 and between Terminal 1 and SkyPier), Pay-in lounges, Airport Hotels, Miniature Gardens and Resting Lounges, Smoking Lounges and lot more. Such a big airport isn't it? HKIA handles more than 60 million passengers in a year where all the laurels and achievements of HKIA is not practically possible without the help of these 65,000 employees who work here and takes the HKIA to the top. HKIA was also ranked 7th place in 'World's Cleanest Airports' ranking. Really it was a great achievement by Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) which is considered as one of the Asia's best airport!
Vicotria Peak is considered as a major tourist attraction of Hong Kong where the peak lies in the western half of Hong Kong Island. It is a perfect place for photography enthusiasts with its amazing 360-degree view. This is the highest point of Hong Kong island where the weather condition is totally amazing and you can feel the chillness of the Victoria Peak. This Peak is located at an elevation of 1,811 ft and it is considered as the highest mountain on Hong Kong island, ranked 31 in terms of elevation in the Hong Kong SAR. More than millions of visitors visit this place on every year. The Peak Tram: The Peak Tram is very popular with tourists who want to see Victoria Peak or get a bird's-eye view of the city. It carries approximately 12,000 people a day, or 4 million passengers a year, up to the top of the peak. It was first built in 1888, and it has an antique feel. It is the quickest and most scenic way to climb the peak. As you travel the 1.4 kilometers, you can relax as you see the sights below. You can look over Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour, and Kowloon. You are recommended to take a seat on the right side of the tram, which offers a better view. Peak Tower: The upper station of the Peak Tram is at the Peak Tower. It is the city's most unusual building and icon. The viewing terraces located on different levels of the tower offer spectacular views of the Hong Kong and Kowloon skylines, including Victoria Harbour. In level two of the Peak Tower is Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. There you can get up close and personal with your favorite stars, such as the soccer player David Beckham, the action king Jackie Chan, actor/singer Andy Lau, and much more. You will see about 100 wax figures of celebrities that look exactly like the real people. The Peak Galleria: This is a leisure and shopping complex, It includes bus termini for public buses run by Citybus and New World First Bus, as well as green mini buses that serve the Peak. The shopping complex houses a number of eateries, a museum and souvenir shop Hong Kong Trams Station. It also has a free-entry observatory deck on level 3, which is larger than the one at the Peak Tower. The Peak Tower (The anvil-shaped building) and The Peak Galleria are located side by side in peak road where these are considered as the major places where tourist love to visit to get a shopping and dining experience. Victoria Peak is a fabulous spot in Hong Kong that should not be missed.