Explore And Play: The Lighter Side Of Hong Kong - Travel

The Harbor City’s newest attractions are for revenge travelers eager to indulge their wanderlust.

The Hong Kong government has recently announced its tourism revival by allowing tour groups this November and here are some of the city’s latest attractions worth exploring for all, whether families, friends, couples, or those traveling solo.

Castle of Magical Dreams at Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland recently unveiled its newest castle called the Castle of Magical Dreams, inspired by the Disney Princesses and Queens and how these heroines pursued their dreams. Together with this new castle is the magnificent night-time show entitled “Momentous,” where large-scale projections illuminate the castle, transforming it into an inspiring narrative featuring Disney’s beloved characters. 

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Escapades at The Peak

Take a trip on the recently upgraded Peak Tram – the ultimate experience to see views of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline featuring the skyscraper-flanked Victoria Harbor, Kowloon peninsula, and green mountain peaks. The Peak Tower is home to Madame Tussauds, Peak Galleria, and Monopoly Dreams, the first Monopoly-themed attraction in the world.

Water World Ocean Park

The much anticipated Ocean Park Water World opened to the public in late 2021, after four years of construction. I is Asia’s only year-round, all-weather water park, nestled between rolling hills and magnificent views of the South China Sea featuring over 27 different attractions, which includes a trio of exciting body slides that can take you through 58-meter-long loops, daredevil free falls, and see-through slides.

Experience Oodles of Fun and Flavors at the Nissin Cup Noodle Museum

The interactive museum in Tsim Sha Tsui features various exhibitions of the classic and all-time favorite Nissin Cup Noodles. A highlight of the experience allows guests to customize their own version at the My CUP NOODLES Factory where they can choose their ingredients and design their own packaging.

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

The largest indoor LEGO playground in Hong Kong features 10 LEGO-themed play areas ranging from Kingdom Quest to LEGO friends among others. It is a 30,000-square-foot playground with 1.5 million LEGO brick creations featuring Hong Kong’s famous landmarks like Star Ferry and Central Pier as well as famous film characters in 4D while building epic LEGO creations together with master builders.

Newly Opened Kiztopia

The award-winning indoor “edutainment” theme park from Singapore opened its first flagship in Hong Kong in September. It is the first Kiztopia park overseas which boasts a 12,000-square-foot mega playroom featuring eight original cartoon characters that guide kids through 15 major play zones where they can learn arts and crafts, speech and drama, roleplay, and more.

To learn more about the latest in Hong Kong, visit the Hong Kong Tourism Board website.

Banner photo courtesy of Hong Kong Tourism Board.

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