Hong Kong lines up host of activities and pocket friendly packages for family fun this summer

Hong Kong lines up host of activities and pocket friendly packages for family fun this summer

Hong Kong, Asia’s World City is a popular holiday destination among Indian families, who lookout for quick getaways. This summer, varieties of attractions, hotels and shopping malls are working with key Indian travel agents to offer special value adds for the family travellers with kids. Just a short flight away from Indian cities and a Visa free destination, Hong Kong has myriad attractions to woo visitors.

Adding to the fervour of the holiday season, string of fabulous deals have been introduced for families travelling to Hong Kong this summer. One can get privilege offers for kids from hotels, theme parks, attractions and shopping malls during their stay. Several family fun attractions such as Ocean Park, Noah’s Ark, The Peak, Hong Kong 3D Museum, sky100 Observation Deck, Hong Kong Tramway, Times Square and Harbour City are popular hangout zones for family fun and running attractive offers for kids to have a thrilling vacation.

The iconic Madame Tussaud’s which has been one of the most sought after attractions in Hong Kong is soon to have the new wax figure of Shri Narendra Modi in his signature Kurta in cream with jacket featured in a traditional pose making a “Namaste” gesture. The wax figure of the Indian Prime Minister will be joining the ranks of world leaders at Madame Tussaud’s in Hong Kong this April.

As the holiday season is set to begin, exciting family fun packages are being introduced for families like a tailor made itinerary for 5 Nights/ 6 Days. Not only this one can also choose packages to Hong Kong and beyond for an extended vacation; one can avail special hotel offers and enjoy discounts on everything right from attractions, theme parks to shopping malls.

The family friendly public transport system is easily accessible even with small kids for a family who want to explore the city. Hong Kong has the world’s largest fleet of double-deck tramcars while the city also has buses, trams, ferries, taxis, and subway. For long drive lovers, it’s a must to take a ride on Tsing Ma Bridge—the longest suspension bridge with both rail and road traffic in the world that connects Lantau Island to the rest of Hong Kong. One of the best ways to explore the city is on a hop on hop off bus.  Family with kids can see the historic sites, beautiful architecture, and city culture.

For more information please visit: www.DiscoverHongKong.com/in