Some things just never get old and Hong Kong is definitely the perfect example of this. The ever-changing and dynamic world city always has new sights in store for visitors and families looking for a wholesome family vacation. Hong Kong has been quite busy sprucing up its tourism offerings during the pandemic, and here are just a few of the new attractions Hong Kong has to offer:
Revel in the wonders of Castle of Magical Dreams at Disneyland
A favorite amongst kids and young at heart, the iconic Hong Kong Disneyland recently unveiled its newest castle – the Castle of Magical Dreams, inspired by the Disney Princesses and Queens and how these heroines pursued their dreams. Alongside this new castle is the breathtaking night-time spectacular entitled “Momentous,” where large-scale projections illuminate the castle, transforming it into an inspiring narrative featuring Disney’s beloved characters.
Filipino Hong Kong Superfan Caren White shares about her visit, “My family saw the fireworks in Disneyland last month and it was beautiful. We loved how they synchronized the music and the water fountains.”
Hop onto exhilarating escapades at The Peak
To fully appreciate Hong Kong’s iconic skyline, take a trip on the recently upgraded Peak Tram – the ultimate experience to get that Insta-worthy views of skyscraper-flanked Victoria Harbor, Kowloon peninsula, and green mountain peaks.
The Peak Tower is also home to Madame Tussauds, Peak Galleria, and Monopoly Dreams – the first Monopoly-themed attraction in the world, sure to bring fun for every family member. Filipino Hong Kong Superfan Richard Juan regards The Peak as “one of the most iconic places in HK as you can see the Harbor at its most majestic angle!”.
Dip and Splash at Water World Ocean Park
After four years in the making, Ocean Park’s Water World finally opened to the public late last year. Water World is Asia’s only year-round, all-weather water park, nestled between rolling hills and magnificent views of the South China Sea. Families can enjoy over 27 different attractions at the park, including a trio of thrilling body slides that can take you through 58-meter-long loops, daredevil free falls, and see-through slides to test your courage.
Fun and flavors at Nissin Cup Noodle Museum
Noodle lovers are sure to enjoy this fun-filled Nissin Cup Noodle Museum over at Tsim Sha Tsui. This interactive space features multiple exhibitions highlighting the classic and all-time favorite Nissin Cup Noodles. The museum also offers visitors a chance to make their own version at the My CUPNOODLES Factory – where guests can choose their ingredients, and even design their own packaging.
Jump into the biggest box of bricks Ever at LEGOLAND
The largest indoor LEGO playground in Hong Kong is home to 10 LEGO-themed play areas ranging from Kingdom Quest to LEGO friends and many more. This 30,000-square-foot playground boasts 1.5 million LEGO brick creations that feature Hong Kong’s iconic landmarks like Star Ferry and Central Pier! Families can also feast their eyes on their favorite film characters in 4D and build epic LEGO creations alongside master builders – all under one roof.
Learn through play at Kiztopia
Singapore’s award-winning indoor “edutainment” theme park opened its first overseas flagship in Hong Kong this September. The award-winning 12,000 square feet mega playroom features eight original cartoon characters who will guide kids through the 15 major play zones where they can learn arts and crafts, speech and drama, roleplay, and many more.