The Most Impressive Hong Kong Family Travel Destinations

The Most Impressive Hong Kong Family Travel Destinations

Hong Kong provides all that a family could ask for to have an amazing vacation experience, including its breathtaking tram rides past skyscrapers and meeting David Beckham himself! Kids of all ages will find plenty of activities here.

There is also an entertaining museum with 3D optical illusions to visit at The Peak, making this experience one not to be missed by all. Cathay Pacific’s Seoul to Hong Kong route provides very fast access to families interested. 

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak has become a popular hiking destination and there are various trails to discover on Victoria Peak – whether during day or night time views of beautiful landscapes there’s something here for everyone at Victoria Peak!

You can walk all around it from its summit. And the views from Victoria Peak can even be enjoyed as an outdoor theatre! The panorama from Victoria Peak can even rival that of any movie set – particularly if lit-up buildings come into view!

Take a cruise around Victoria Harbour’s stunning scenes for an unforgettable experience! These cruises operate throughout the day but particularly lovely around sunset or during one of Toronto’s impressive water light shows.

Hong Kong offers an abundance of dining options that meet every palate, including French, Italian, Chinese and Japanese food. Many family-friendly establishments even provide children’s menus; and for quick bites consider dim sum.

Disneyland

Dubbed as “The Happiest Place on Earth”, this theme park boasts classic rides, photo opps with beloved Disney characters, and playful shows to help all visitors relive the magic of childhood.

Disneyland resort features several family-friendly hotels that make the ideal base for any trip to Disneyland. These hotels can provide guests with separate park entrances (just steps from Disneyland theme park), complimentary hotel shuttle service to and from Disneyland Resort, shopping delivery service of purchases made at park directly to hotel and in-hotel character experiences – although staying at one may prove pricey! But these magical experiences will long be remembered by all!

At Hong Kong Zoo and Botanical Gardens, taking your children is a surefire way to spend an enjoyable day outdoors. Here you will find plenty of animals as well as rare plant species such as flowering Bombax ceiba tree and orange-jessamine tree – not forgetting some iconic bird species such as blue-winged leafbird and golden pheasant!

Add an adventurous element to your trip by riding the Ngong Ping 360 cable car up the mountain for breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and distant islands, then stop at Tian Tan Buddha to explore a monastery and temple dedicated to this venerable statue.

Visit Hong Kong isn’t complete without visiting Madame Tussauds wax museum and taking a stroll through their iconic exhibit, where visitors can pose next to some of their favorite celebrities. Additionally, live performances like Festival of the Lion King and Follow Your Dreams Castle Show provide ample entertainment and will surely delight the whole family.

Jumbo Kingdom Floating Restaurant is an excellent place for kids to experience this indulgent dining option on a sampan boat ride!

Madame Tussauds

Hong Kong visitors shouldn’t miss visiting Madame Tussauds wax museum – an iconic attraction featuring over 100 wax figures of celebrities from Hollywood to Asian superstars to politicians and sports idols. Housed within Victoria Peak Tower’s Peak Tower, Madame Tussauds will leave visitors amazed and beguiled!

From tiny figurines to the enormous, each Madame Tussauds wax sculpture is an expression of artistic skill. Our skilled sculptors take over 250 precise measurements and use 180 photographs and videos in creating each figure, taking special care when adding intricate features like eyes and mouth features as well as knotted rope to simulate veins in each eyeball – this process typically takes 350 hours per figure!

Madame Tussauds offers many fun things for visitors of all ages to do at its Hong Kong branch of this wax museum, from taking selfies with your favorite celebrity to gazing upon its incredible craftsmanship. There are various interactive zones designed to leave visitors speechless. Newest additions include Yayoi Kusama’s arty infinity room concept; Art and Entertainment Zone and Fashion Zone are designed for visitors who wish to recreate fashion shoot scenarios; while Li Bingbing, Huang Xioming Kendall Jenner and Robert Pattinson can all pose as though they are at fashion shoots – something no other wax museum can do!

The World Premiere Stage is another popular spot at the museum, offering visitors an opportunity to give speeches like the British royal family or alongside former President Barack Obama. Well-known Chinese stars Andy Lau and Jackie Chan have also been immortalized as wax figures at this museum; as have numerous iconic figures from film, TV, music, sports, politics and beyond.

Make the most of your visit by purchasing a 2-in-1 combo ticket that includes admission to Madame Tussauds and round-trip Peak Tram ride. Tickets may be purchased at Madame Tussauds ticket booths, Garden Rock Peak Tram Lower Terminus and P1 Level in Peak Tower (Peak Tram Upper Terminus), online and at ticket kiosks as well.

Star Ferry

Ferries provide breathtaking views of Hong Kong both daytime and at night from their upper decks – plus kids tend to fare less seasick on larger ferries compared to junk boats!

Ferries are an iconic feature of Hong Kong and have even made appearances in several blockbuster movies. You can buy tickets on any pier, or use an Octopus card – there are multiple locations where ferries depart such as Central, Tsim Sha Tsui and Wan Chai where ferries stop regularly.

Star Ferry rides can be fun activities for kids and adults alike, though be wary of crowds! Peak hours can bring on a maelstrom of people racing to get onto the ferry; moreover, as these ferries still serve commuters they may take time crossing over water bodies.

Dragon’s Back Hike provides scenic vistas while being an exciting challenge, perfect for families wanting an active outdoor experience without crowds or high costs.

Hong Kong visitors should definitely stop by the UNESCO Global Geopark as one of their must-see attractions. The park features eight named sites that showcase interesting rock formations like hexagonal volcanic columns, sea arches, and even a 400 year-old village. Easy accessibility via bus, train or guided tour makes visiting this geopark enjoyable experience!