No matter where you travel in this world, there is always something available for free for travelers. Let me list out the free things to do in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is located on the southern coast of people’s republic of china. The former British colony consists of three main area The New Territories, Kowloon Peninsula and the Hong Kong Island. One of the most densely populated places on the planet with lots of love to the travelers.
The Hong Kong administration offers many tourist places in the city ranging from the highest skyscrapers to the lowest natural gardens. Till the end of 2016, Hong Kong allowed Indians to enter with on-arrival visa. Due to some restrictions the system has been changed and Indians have to get a visa before entering Hong Kong. Getting a tourist visa to explore Hong Kong is an easy process with no hustle provided you have the necessary documents.
Hong Kong has a lot of tourist attractions to all ages. Victoria Peak, Ocean Park Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland, Avenue of Stars, The Peak, Madame Tussauds, Lantau Island, Tian Tan Buddha, Ngong Ping 360, Po Lin Monastery, Happy Valley Racecourse, Lamma Island, and the list goes on. Find the tourist attractions which you don’t have to pay any fee like entry fee, or of its sort. You can just roam around these place for free considered you are there at the right time. Like the below there are many more available and we will add them in the part 2 of this article. Go explore and live life.
The Promenade, Tsim Sha Shui
Symphony of Lights
You can watch the 13 minutes light show for free if you can reach the place on or before 8 PM local time. For more details check the website.
Go shopping with the locals in the evening and all day and buy things for cheap price.
Po Lin Monastery
Hong Kong traditional monastery opens for everyone visit. Make sure you were there before 5 PM.
Tian Tan Buddha
Hong Kong Museums
Seven of the city’s museums are open for free every Wednesday. The Museum of Art, Museum of History, Heritage Museum, Science Museum, Space Museum, Museum of Coastal Defence and the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum. Other than Wednesday they charge minimum 10 HKD (Hong Kong Dollars) for entrance. All these museums situated within a radius of 10 kms.