About Me


Matrik No.:A09A050

Faculty, University: FKP, University Malaysia Kelantan

Area Of Study: Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Commerce)

Place of Birth: Negeri Sembilan

Ambition: Become a Entrepreneur

Evaluation: Students can learn to build blog

Introduction of Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the states of China. Hong Kong is a magnificent city of brilliant lights, culture, beauty, magnetic energy, and possibility. Part of the People's Republic of China, this labyrinth is situated on China's south coast, encompassed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea. Hong Kong is renowned for its incredible harbor, expansive skyline and its easy accessibility. It is also known for its glamour, as a shopping destination, as well as for the ever-growing sights to see (both new and historical). Currency is different from China, which is ‘HDK’. Hong Kong is simply dazzling and offers something for everyone. It is a fortune land for men, a shopping paradise for ladies and a fairyland for children. You may fall in love with Hong Kong the very first time you get there. It is a city of life with endless motions! The meeting of East and West continues to shake and stir the city into an intoxicating place, spectacular, exotic and accessible.

Below are the attraction places in Hong Kong:


 Harbour is the main city of Hong Kong.

Magical Victoria Harbour
Victoria Harbour is one of Hong Kong's greatest assets, a jewel that people marvel at, no matter how many times they visit the city. People come from all over the world to see and admire it.

Spectacular Harbour Views
Travel up to The Peak or visit the Avenue of Stars along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade for spectacular harbour views and to catch the magnificent A Symphony of Lights, featuring more than 40 Hong Kong's skyscrapers in a stunning multimedia extravaganza.

Starry Nights of Delight
There is no better way to capture the magic of the harbour than by taking a nighttime cruise aboard a ferry where you'll be able to enjoy A Symphony of Lights, the stunning multimedia show featuring more than 40 Hong Kong skyscrapers in a dazzling extravaganza.

Touring the Harbour
Victoria Harbour bustles with activity day and night. To experience the energy take a ride on the Star Ferry, a harbour cruise or a ride in a traditional Chinese junk

Victoria Peak
Victoria Peak located on the western side of the island, it is the highest point in Hong Kong, rising a third of a mile into the waiting sky. At 552m (1514ft) above sea level, Victoria Peak is the most conspicuous landmark in Hong Kong. The Peak was rarely visited until 1888, the year the Peak Tramway opened, and its popularity has risen steadily since. Today, it is home to Hong Kong’s wealthiest executives and bankers who favor the rarefied, natural surroundings. The view from the top is breathtaking even offering views of Macau and mainland China on a clear day. There are many restaurants and attractions, including a Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in the Peak Galleria at the summit. Walking trails allow visitors to explore The Peak’s natural beauty, including forests of bamboo and fern, stunted Chinese pines and sightings of birds, such as magpies, goshawks and kites.

Peak Tram from Lower Terminal on Garden Road (reach it by taking bus15C from the lay-by outside the star Ferry pier in Central, or walk from MTR C3entral Station, Exit J2); Bus 15 from Exchange Square bus Terminal (near MTR Hong Kong Station, Exit D); Minibus 1 from MTR Hong Kong Station public transport interchange.

Jade Market
Jade Market, just west of Nathan Road on the junction of Kansu and Battery Streets, is where vendors sell various shades and qualities of jade, a greenish stone that has great spiritual value to the Chinese.

A visit to the Jade Market in Yau Ma Tei will provide an insight into something very important to Chinese people - Jade. The written character for jade means a combination of beauty and purity. The stone, in all its many hues and colors, is associated with long life and good health. It is smooth and cooling to the touch. Many people wear a jade bracelet to ward off all sorts of health hazards. Grandmothers routinely buy a piece of jade for newborns. 

Located on Kansu and Battery streets, the Jade Market is a collection of around 400 stalls selling a wide range of jade pendants, rings, bracelets, carvings and ornaments. Open from 10am to 5pm, the market is also the main gathering place for buyers of this fine stone who today still communicate with secret hand signals when making a purchase. Nearby is Jade Street, located on Canton Road between Kansu Street and Jordan Road, where shops operate from every Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm. A giant jade stone weighing three tons has been placed at the junction of Canton Road and Jordan Road as a landmark. 

Buying jade is really an art. Jade varies in color from deep green through yellow and brown to white. The jade sold in Hong Kong is mostly jadeite from Myanmar, ranging from natural pieces to those impregnated with polymers or dyed to enhance the color.
Top quality jade is pure green and very expensive. Most pieces have a yellow tinge but no brown or grey should be in the finished piece. The best jadeite is semi-transparent. Opaque jadeite with cloudy patches typically has less value. 

If you are not an expert, you can have your potential purchase tested at Jade Plaza.

MTR Yau Ma Tei Station, Exit C. Walk along Nathan Road to Kansu Street, then continue along Kansu Street until you reach the Jade Market

Wong Tai Sin Temple
Wong Tai Sin Temple, built in 1973, is one of Hong Kong's most colorful and intense temples. Always busy,it is a major center for Daoist worship.It is dedicated to Wong Tai Sin, a mythical shepherd who had the power of healing.
Covering 18,000 square metres and located in a tranquil natural setting remote from the nearby housing estates and the bustle of their streets, the temple is, apart from being an important religious centre, a scenic attraction full of beautifully ornamented traditional buildings. 

It commemorates the famous monk of yore Wong Tai Sin (also known as Huang Chu-ping), who was born around AD 328 and became a deity at Heng Shan (Red Pine Hill) in his later life. 
In 1915, a Taoist priest, Liang Ren-an, brought a sacred portrait of Wong Tai Sin from Guangdong in Southern China to Hong Kong. It was only fitting therefore that this magnificent temple be built and dedicated to this honoured divinity revered down the ages for his benevolence. 

In perpetuation of such an unselfish philosophy, the temple preaches three traditional religions - Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. 

Access:  MTR Wong Tai Sin Station Exit B2, walk for about three minutes.
Operate: 9am-4.30pm, daily

Repulse Bay
Repulse Bay has a relaxed resort-like atmosphere. The wide, wave-lapped beach is popular with locals and visitors alike and great for sandy strolls early morning with the waking of another day.

Primarily an up market residential area, sun-drenched Repulse Bay has a relaxed resort-like atmosphere. The wide, wave-lapped beach is popular with locals and visitors alike and great for sandy strolls in the early morning when the sun is up and the sunbathers are out in force, or at sunset when all is at peace. 
This crescent-shaped stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. The beach features a lifeguard clubhouse built in traditional Chinese style. Its ceiling is decorated with magnificent swirling dragons. Towering twin statues of Kwun Yum and Tin Hau, both protectors of fishermen dominate the picturesque gardens that lead down to the beach.

The nearby colonial-style, The Repulse Bay, houses designer shops and award-winning restaurants and resembles the luxury hotel built in 1920 that originally occupied the site. Most of the grounds were redeveloped into luxury apartments more than 20 years ago. Only the original arcade remains.

Access: Bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 from Exchange Square Bus Terminus (MTR Hong Kong Station Exit D) and alight at Repulse Bay.

No comments:

Post a Comment