Its been one year since I have traveled to Hong Kong. The memories I cherish motivates me to blog my travel. After presenting my paper in ICDIP 2017, I was truly looking forward to exploring the scenic beauty of Hong Kong.

Upon arrival, I was warmly greeted as I checked in to Regal Oriental Hotel which was also hosting the conference.

Day1: I spent one full day exploring the Disneyland Resort, enjoying the rides, adventures. I believe it is a must-do activity with kids if you are visiting Hong Kong. It is worth enjoying our time. There are some really nice rides, you get to meet a lot of characters, did Jedai training which was fun and in the evening projection show and parade are not to be missed. The fire exhibition thrills me to the bones! I just don’t wish to spoil anyone’s fun who is planning to visit soon by describing more.

Day2: Hong Kong Ngong Ping 360 (cable car) Take the MRT yellow line to Tung Chung station, exit the MRT and the cable car station is about 200 meters and it takes us to Lantau island. It is about 10 mins ride by enjoying breathtaking views. On arrival, we can see the bronze Buddha.  Come off the cable car and stroll along the Ngong Village, where there is a few cafes, souvenirs shows, etc. From there we can go to see the seat of Buddha. It is at the top of the hill (268 steps). Then we can do a walk along the Wisdom Path that leads you to the Po Ling Monastery. In the monastery, the monks offer a vegetarian lunch. The day was also spent on boating in Lantau Islands, cruise in Hong Kong sea.

Day3: Dolphin park- I enjoyed every bit of it especially the Dolphin show which captures the most viewers. There are lots of games also all over the park. I suggest everyone should take the cable car ride which is so scenic. It was very nice to see dolphins, penguins who are trained and taken care of very well.

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