High above Hong Kong Island on the 'back of the Dragon', is Victoria Peak. This is Hong Kong's premier visitor attraction, providing magnificent harbour and city views. Arriving in the late afternoon enables you to experience the dazzling panorama of Hong Kong Island, the harbour, Kowloon and the hills beyond. Later, you can thrill to the neon-dotted skyline by night. What's more, the Peak offers visitors a multitude of fantastic entertainment, dining and shopping options.
Repulse Bay is a place to be when the sun is up and the sunbathers are out in force, or at sunset to relax, when all is at peace. As well as sun, sea and sand, there are plenty of diversions nearby . The colonial-style houses, designer shops and award-winning restaurants resemble the luxury hotel that originally occupied the site. This is the ideal place for a romantic dinner for two under the stars.
Aberdeen was formerly a fishing village, and although quite a few commercial towers and factories have been built in this district in recent years, it still maintains the characteristics of a traditional fishing village. You can catch a glimpse of the boat dwellers who live in Aberdeen bay, and see their sampans scuttling to and fro. You should try a Sampan Tour which can easily be arranged along Aberdeen Promenade, running south and parallel to Aberdeen Praya Rd. You can have your choice of private operators or licensed operators registered with HKTB.
The inauguration of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre marked a new era in the development of the performing arts in Hong Kong. The foundation stone was laid in 1979, construction works started in 1984 and the building completed in 1989. Since its grand opening on 8 November 1989, the Cultural Centre has remained the premier cultural venue offering stimulating environment for arts talents and quality programmes to the public.
Happy Valley Racecourse was built on reclaimed marshland, and the first races were held here in 1846. They have been extremely popular ever since. Today, the track is ultra-sophisticated with computerised betting and races broadcast live on gigantic screens. Night racing was introduced at Happy Valley in 1973 and was an immediate success. The extra revenue raised was used to build Hong Kong's second racecourse at Sha Tin in the New Territories, which opened in 1978.
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