My Favorite Things To Do in Hong Kong (Low Budget Version)

We all know Hong Kong is quite expensive to stay, but you can always find the sparks in low costs if you have the creativity and a bit of planning. Museums, outdoor activities are often open free-of-charge, and it’s easy to be there with the convenient transportation in HK.



Museums and Arts

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

There are seven 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. And the best thing is, they are really close to the MTR station, so it is really easy to locate. 

 PMQ, Central

Or you can have a walk in Central District, start from the PMQ design hub to get to know the newest designers and arts in Hong Kong. Then you walk all the way down the Hollywood Road, you can easily find out that there are lined with galleries specializing in Chinese antiques and paintings. Take your time to admire the fine china and all those treasures, don’t be shy, talk to the owners and learn about the history behind.


Expensive views

 Hong Kong Night View

Enjoy the memorable views from the 43rd floor public viewing galleries in the Bank of China Building (open 0800 – 1800 weekdays), after a sign-up, you are free to visit there; or buy some alcohol and go to the public terrace at the International Finance Centre and have a closer look at Victoria Harbor. In Kowloon, you can simply go to the rooftop car park of Harbor City or the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade to enjoy the great view of sunset and also the stunning night view. 


Sunbath and Surf

 Repulse Bay

You can always go to the county parks, beach and rolling hills within an hour from the downtown; without paying much for the transportation and all are free for entrance.


Whether you are going to enjoy the breezes of summer or you just want to dive into the big blue sea, almost all the public beaches in Hong Kong are well equipped. Public bathhouse, free locker and lifeguards are often packed in there, so you really need not to bring lots of stuff and enjoy. 


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Ryan Vance


I am a simple man, a Traveler and also a dreamer. Aussie living in Hong Kong.


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