Top 5 Hong Kong Attractions for Lovers in Kowloon
If you are travelling with your second half, Hong Kong seems like a perfect travel destination. Why? It is a place where you can experience not only the local culture, traditions and cuisine, but also the Chinese and Macanese one. Moreover, this city never sleeps. It offers a great variety of activities that those in love may find interesting, relaxing and, above all, romantic. There are many Hong Kong attractions for lovers.
What can they do there? Hike up mountains, relax on beaches, gaze at skyscrapers, eat food 24/7, get lost in the markets or simply get a slow boat to China. If you need more ideas, check out our suggestions and recommendations below:
#1 Walk to Wong Tai Sin Temple together
Wong Tai Sin temple is one of Hong Kong’s most well known and prominent temples and is right opposite Wong Tai Sin MTR station so is easy to get to. It’s a Taoist temple and shrine, and free to visit.
#2 Have picnic at Kowloon Park
A free leafy park to relax, the most amazing thing about it is that as soon as you leave the park you are faced with the manic busy streets of Tsim Sha Tsui, yet in the park you can relax to your heart’s content. You will often see locals dancing and meditating here, as well as some martial arts.
#3 Enjoy Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade at night
Take a free stroll along the promenade by day or night and admire the beauty of the famous skyline. Delve into Hong Kong’s own Hollywood and get your photo taken with Bruce Lee, Hong Kong’s most famous martial arts performer celebrated here with his own bronze statue. Most travellers like to visit by day and night to get the variety of views.
#4 Explore Hong Kong Space Museum
The Hong Kong Space Museum is a museum of astronomy and space science in Tsim Sha Tsui. It’s a nice place if you want to get familiar with the astronomy and has a lot of information on the Chinese space history. Admission to Exhibition Halls costs only 10HKD (subject to change).
#5 Don’t miss Temple Street Market
Kowloon has many markets and they all offer something different, Temple Street is the most famous and the longest. You can buy anything from local food to sex toys. Chinese fortune tellers also linger here and you never know what surprises are round the corner. It livens up after dusk.